Jobs & Opportunities

Posted on2/22/24:

Position opening for a GS 11 – 13 Psychologist in the Women’s Residential Treatment Program for SUD and PTSD at American Lake VA in beautiful Tacoma, WA! If you want to be part of a team that supports one another while helping our Veterans heal and create a more meaningful life (and we have fun doing it!), then look no further than this position! This 12-bed, treatment program that focuses on SUD and/or PTSD treatment for female-identifying Veterans, utilizing evidence-based approaches (e.g., DBT, CBT for SUD, PE, CPT, etc.). It will also offer skills-based groups and specialty interventions to support recovery goals. Flexible schedules and relocation incentives are available for this position! External posting: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/776016800

 

 

 

Posted on 2/22/24:

Modiin Behavioral is looking to add a therapist (clinical psychologist or social worker) to join our team. We are a private CBT/DBT practice in Modiin that maintains both Adult and Adolescent DBT programs in addition to individual CBT based therapies.

The position is on-boarding, beginning as part-time, with the potential of developing into a more full-time role.The candidate will provide individual therapy to clients, co-lead DBT skills groups, receive individual weekly supervision and didactic training, and participate in our training and consultation team meetings.

Looking for applicants with a strong CBT background. The ability to practice in both English and Hebrew is a plus! Experience implementing adherent DBT is very helpful.

Applications and CV can be sent to
[email protected]:
modiinbehavioral.com

 

Posted on 1/5/24:

Immediate career opportunity for an enthusiastic Psychologist/Social Worker/Mental Health Counselor looking for a clinical home where they can grow their skills in evidence-based treatment. New Perspective Psychological Services is a small group practice with a collaborative approach to treatment.

We believe that emotional health is a fundamental part of overall physical health and general well-being. Thus, we have a growing practice that is dedicated to providing accessible, quality care that is responsive to the needs of our surrounding communities.

Our clients often seek us out because they are looking for clinicians who are competent in both providing CBT, DBT, ACT, MI etc. and are able to support them in the exploration of racial & gender identities, and process experiences of discrimination so that they can start new patterns that are reflective of who they truly are.  As such we specialize in serving serve BIPOC and LGBTQ+ identified clients.

We would love to interview qualified candidates who are passionate about the professional practice of psychology and implementing social justice through your clinical work.

Check out our website right now at www.newperspectivebrooklyn.com for more information about us and our practice.

LGBTQ & Candidates of Color are encouraged to apply

Responsibilities 

  • Provide empirically-supported care including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • DBT Skills Group
  • Clinical documentation
  • Participate in a collaborative treatment team

Qualifications/Requirements

  • Demonstrated expertise in trauma work & DBT is preferred
  • Experience working with children/teens preferred
  • Flexibility to work hours to meet productivity goals and deadlines
  • Strong teamwork ethic; positive, flexible attitude; ability to take complete ownership of responsibilities
  • Strong desire to increase clinical skills and receive continued training throughout you career
  • MA or Doctorate from a reputable graduate program
  • Unlicensed clinicians will be considered

Benefits

  • Health care plan offered
  • Paid time off
  • Flexible work schedule with hybrid options available
  • 401k
  • Continuing Education

Compensation:  Base Salary + Commission

Cover Letter Required

Job Type: Full-time with health benefits & on-going training

Contact: Dr. Rischa Gottlieb at [email protected]

 

Posted on 8/30/23:

The DBT Center of San Diego is seeking to hire a staff therapist. DBT San Diego is an evidence-based psychological treatment center, providing CBT, DBT, and other services to a broad range of adult and adolescent clients with complex problems. We have a comprehensive and adherent DBT program with a supportive consultation team. Our Trauma Treatment Program offers intensive supervision and didactics on treating complex trauma using gold standard evidence-based treatment, including PE, DBT-PE, and EMDR. We also provide skills training for parental management of childhood behavior disorders.

Salary is competitive, medical benefits, and retirement funds are available. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. To apply, send a curriculum vitae, letter of interest to [email protected]

 

Posted on 8/10/23:

Pacific Islands Healthcare System in Honolulu, Hawaii is about to post positions for a virtual, standalone full-model DBT program. We’re looking for one licensed psychologist and one licensed clinical social worker. Additionally, we’re hiring an RN for the DBT program for integration of their valuable skillset and expertise, as well as specific implementation of whole health emphasis. Since the position will be virtual, in theory the candidates would not have to live in/move to Hawaii, but they’d need to be willing to work Hawaii’s tour hours in whatever time zone they’re in. If you or someone you know may potentially be interested, or if you’d like a little more information/have questions, please email [email protected]

 

Posted on August 8, 2023

Social Worker Job Opening at Columbia University Irving Medical Center 

Position Titles: Associate in Clinical/Instructor/Assistant Professor level positions in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC)

Job Description: There are immediate openings for licensed clinical social workers at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center Faculty Practice Organization (CUIMC FPO) offices in NYC. These are full-time, clinical positions in an outpatient setting.

Primary responsibilities involve conducting diagnostic/intake evaluations of adults, as well as individual and group therapy utilizing empirically supported treatments (particularly CBT, DBT and/or ACT). Ideal applicants should have previous experience providing outpatient treatment, strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work well across disciplines and function effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary team within a large academic medical center. Additional preference for candidates with experience in evidence-based treatment delivery for trauma, depression, anxiety, sleep problems and/or personality disorders.

  1. Candidate(s) will conduct intake evaluations/diagnostic assessments of patients with psychiatric disorders and psychological distress.
  2. Candidate(s) will provide group and individual psychotherapy.
  3. Candidate(s) will work closely with a clinical team, including other psychologists/social workers, psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse-practitioners.

The CUIMC FPO sees a mix of private pay and managed care patients and has a particular focus on serving the Columbia medical center community, among others. We prioritize evidence-based interventions and have an array of specialized programs to best serve our patients. All positions currently allow for hybrid work, with on-site time spent in our Columbus Circle offices in midtown Manhattan. Our faculty serve as part of multi-disciplinary teams with ample opportunities to learn from and consult with colleagues including attend case conferences, peer supervision, and Grand Rounds at CUIMC. Opportunities may exist for clinical supervision and teaching. There are also professional development funds available to faculty to support licensure renewals, as well as obtaining additional training, conference attendance, professional organization members, among other opportunities.

Minimum Educational Requirements:

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

NYS license required.

As a department, we are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive faculty and clinical service. We recognize that different backgrounds and experiences help to strengthen our department and provide better care. As part of your cover letter, if you choose, we welcome you to share how your personal and professional backgrounds would contribute to our department and mission.

The salary of the finalist selected for this role will be set based on a variety of factors, including but not limited to departmental budgets, qualifications, experience, education, licenses, specialty, and training. The hiring range below represents the University’s good faith and reasonable estimate of the range of possible compensation at the time of posting.

Salary Range   SWs: $75,000 – $95,000

Employment benefits information for CUIMC employees: 

See our website for more information about our department: www.columbiapsychiatry.org

CU is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer

Interested applicants can email a CV and Cover Letter to Dr. Zachary Blumkin at [email protected]

MSW-Social Worker

Northwell Health  New York, NY On-site

$35/hr – $45/hr · Full-time

86140

Job Description

Job Responsibilities:

  • Performs psychosocial assessment of patients and families.
  • Provides introduction and orientation to newly admitted patients/families.
  • Evaluates new admissions by interviewing patients and families, contacting other agencies, if indicated, and reviewing available information.
  • Prepares psychosocial assessments of patients and families using knowledge and understanding of the needs of adults/geriatrics.
  • Prepares comprehensive care plans.
  • Participates in interdisciplinary team meetings.
  • Maintains documentation of initial contacts with patients/families and of psychosocial assessments.
  • Formulates and implements psychosocial treatment plans.
  • Employs clinical skills in counseling individuals and families regarding coping/adjusting to illness and placement and discharge planning.
  • Formulates and implements discharge plans.
  • Establishes and maintains a professional relationship with patients and families.
  • Incorporates knowledge of community resources and entitlement programs in planning.
  • Negotiates community systems and programs.
  • Collaborates with interdisciplinary team.
  • Implements and continuously evaluates treatment plans.
  • Provides social work services in accordance with required standards.
  • Utilizes knowledge of financial/reimbursement/regulatory systems and requirements in providing services to patients and families
  • Completes MDS forms as required.
  • Anticipates needs/problems in case management.
  • Maintains documentation of case activity/data.
  • Identifies unmet psychosocial needs and develops programs to address them.
  • Collaborates with staff to identify unmet needs.
  • Participates with staff in group functioning – Patient Council and other patient/family groups.
  • Coordinates family groups.
  • Utilizes knowledge of Social Work treatment modalities in assessing program needs.
  • Represents the facility and department when meeting with community agencies.
  • Performs related duties as required.

Job Qualifications

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, required.
  • LMSW is required within one (1) year of employment, required.
  • Clinical experience preferred.
  • Additional Salary Detail The salary range and/or hourly rate listed is a good faith determination of potential base compensation that may be offered to a successful applicant for this position at the time of this job advertisement and may be modified in the future. When determining a team member’s base salary and/or rate, several factors may be considered as applicable (e.g., location, specialty, service line, years of relevant experience, education, credentials, negotiated contracts, budget and internal equity).

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If you love DBT, want to deepen your practice, and are looking for an opportunity to hang out with your colleagues from Portland DBT Institute, how about working for us?

You don’t have to move! (Though you can if you want, naturally)

Facts are: We’re still virtual/telehealth. We’re going to be using telehealth for a while. If you are licensed or license eligible in Oregon, you can join us!

Just a few of the reasons for joining:

  • We are dedicated to doing DBT all the way.
  • We know it takes time and resources (for most of us) to get really good at doing DBT, so we make a TON of training opportunities available.
  • People who work at PDBTI care about each other, support each other and show up for each other.
  • Compensation is super competitive, and benefits are fantastic.

Interested? Here are your next steps:

  • Let me ([email protected]) know if you’d like to talk with someone from our group about what it’s like to work here and/or to get started; OR
  • Send me your resume/CV and a little bit about you and your interest.

Thanks, everyone. Please feel free to share and distribute.

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Posted on April 24, 2023

Psychologist/Social Worker Job Opening at Columbia University Irving Medical Center: Specialist in Adolescent Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Position Titles: Associate in Clinical/Instructor/Assistant Professor level positions in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC)

Job Description: There are immediate openings for licensed clinical social workers or psychologists at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center Faculty Practice Organization office in NYC.
The Department of Psychiatry is seeking social workers and/or psychologists assigned to work in the  Faculty Practice Organization at CUIMC. These are full-time, clinical positions that will involve seeing comprehensive Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) adolescent and young adult outpatients, as well as clinical participation in our Intensive Adolescent and Family DBT program (IAF). IAF is an evening DBT intensive outpatient program for teens who present with significant emotion dysregulation and high-risk
behaviors. Primary responsibilities involve conducting DBT skills groups, diagnostic/intake evaluation, and individual treatment planning and progress monitoring with patients while utilizing DBT, as well as other empirically supported treatments.

Applicants must have demonstrated interest, experience and training in utilizing Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) with children and adolescents. Strong preference will be given to individuals who have completed an intensive DBT training and who have previous experience running multi-family skills groups. Candidates with additional experience in evidence-supported treatment delivery for depression and anxiety and experience, familiarity and comfort working with high-risk patients are desired. Applicants should have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work well across disciplines and function effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
The CUIMC FPO sees a mix of private pay and managed care patients, and has a particular focus on serving the Columbia medical center community, among others. We prioritize evidence-based
interventions and have an array of specialized programs to best serve our patients. All positions currently allow for hybrid work, with on-site time spent in our Columbus Circle offices in midtown Manhattan. Our faculty serve as part of multi-disciplinary teams with ample opportunities to learn from and consult with
colleagues. There are also professional development funds available to faculty to support licensure renewals, as well as obtaining additional training, conference attendance, and professional organization members, among other opportunities.
The CUIMC FPO is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive faculty and clinical service. We recognize that different backgrounds and experiences help to strengthen our department and provide
better care. As part of your cover letter, if you choose, we welcome you to share how your personal and professional backgrounds would contribute to our department and mission.
1. Candidate(s) will conduct intake evaluations/diagnostic assessments of patients with psychiatric disorders and psychological distress.
2. Candidate(s) will provide group and individual psychotherapy.
3. Candidate(s) will work closely with a clinical team, including other psychologists/social workers, psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse-practitioners.
4. Candidate(s) will have opportunities to attend case conferences, peer supervision and Grand Rounds at CUMC. Opportunities may exist for clinical supervision and teaching.

Minimum Educational Requirements:
PsyD or PhD in Clinical Psychology or Licensed Master Social Worker NYS license required. For psychologists: Instructor level requires graduation from an APA-accredited doctoral program in
Clinical Psychology, and completion of an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship program. Assistant Professor level requires 2-3 years clinical experience in a hospital or private practice setting.
Employment benefits information for CUIMC employees:
• Benefits information about health/welfare including medical, dental, vision, health savings accounts, transit reimbursement, etc. can be found here:
https://humanresources.columbia.edu/officers-health
• Retirement benefits information can be found here:

https://humanresources.columbia.edu/content/officers-voluntary-retirement-savings-program-vrsp

See our website for more information about our department:
https://www.columbiadoctors.org/specialties/psychiatry
CU is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer
Interested applicants can email a CV and cover letter to Colleen Cullen at [email protected].

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Psychologist/Social Worker Job Opening at Columbia University Medical Center: Specialist in
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) in our newly DBT-LBC Certified DBT Program

Position Titles: Associate in Clinical/Instructor/Assistant Professor level positions in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC)
Job Description: There are immediate openings for licensed clinical social workers or psychologists at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center Faculty Practice Organization office in NYC.
The Department of Psychiatry is seeking social workers and/or psychologists assigned to work in the Faculty Practice Organization at CUIMC. These are full-time, clinical positions that will involve seeing comprehensive DBT outpatients, as well as clinical participation in our Accelerated Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program (ADBT). ADBT is an evening DBT intensive outpatient program for individuals with significant emotion dysregulation. Primary responsibilities involve conducting DBT skills groups,
diagnostic/intake evaluations of adults, and individual treatment planning and progress monitoring with patients while utilizing DBT, as well as other empirically supported treatments. Formal training in DBT is required and candidates should have previous experience and training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), providing outpatient treatment and working with a multi-disciplinary
team. Candidates with additional experience in evidence-supported treatment delivery for trauma, depression, anxiety, substance use disorder and/or experience working with adolescents are desired. Ideal applicants will have experience, familiarity and comfort working with high-risk patients, as well as young adults and college students. Additional preference for candidates who have experience
working in a day treatment/intensive outpatient program. Applicants should have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work well across disciplines and function effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
The CUIMC FPO sees a mix of private pay and managed care patients and has a particular focus on serving the Columbia medical center community, among others. We prioritize evidence-based
interventions and have an array of specialized programs to best serve our patients. All positions currently allow for hybrid work, with on-site time spent in our Columbus Circle offices in midtown Manhattan. Our faculty serve as part of multi-disciplinary teams with ample opportunities to learn from and consult with colleagues. There are also professional development funds available to faculty to support licensure renewals, as well as obtaining additional training, conference attendance, professional organization
members, among other opportunities. As a department, we are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive faculty and clinical service. We recognize that different backgrounds and experiences help to strengthen our department and provide better care. As part of your cover letter, if you choose, we welcome you to share how your personal and professional backgrounds would contribute to our department and mission.
1. Candidate(s) will conduct intake evaluations/diagnostic assessments of patients with psychiatric disorders and psychological distress.
2. Candidate(s) will provide group and individual psychotherapy.
3. Candidate(s) will work closely with a clinical team, including other psychologists/social workers, psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse-practitioners.
4. Candidate(s) will have opportunities to attend case conferences, peer supervision and Grand Rounds at CUMC. Opportunities may exist for clinical supervision and teaching.

Minimum Educational Requirements:
PsyD or PhD in Clinical Psychology or Licensed Master Social Worker NYS license required. For psychologists: Instructor level requires graduation from an APA-accredited doctoral program in
Clinical Psychology, and completion of an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship program. Assistant Professor level requires 2-3 years clinical experience in a hospital or private practice setting.
Employment benefits information for CUIMC employees:
• Benefits information about health/welfare including medical, dental, vision, health savings accounts, transit reimbursement, etc. can be found here: https://humanresources.columbia.edu/officers-health
• Retirement benefits information can be found here:
https://humanresources.columbia.edu/content/officers-voluntary-retirement-savings-program-vrsp
See our website for more information about our department:
https://www.columbiadoctors.org/specialties/psychiatry
CU is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer
Interested applicants can email a CV to Elizabeth Loran, PhD at [email protected].

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NJ Clinician Position (Part Time or Full Time)

The North Jersey Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (NJCCBT) is looking for a skilled, NJ licensed clinician to join our well-established group practice.  The position can be either part-time or full-time.
We are seeking applicants who have experience treating adolescents and adults, and a strong background in providing evidence based therapy. Interest and/or experience in treating eating disorders is a plus, but not required.
We offer high compensation, lots of opportunities for peer supervision, and the ability to work flexibly
and autonomously without any insurance or billing responsibilities.  At the present time, there is the
option to work remotely or in person at our beautiful office in Wyckoff.
If you have a passion for clinical work with a desire to be part of a supportive team, please send your cover letter and CV to [email protected], or contact Dr. Tina Sherry at 201-669-1369 x1.

Tina Sherry, Psy.D.
www.njccbt.com

Thread: Full and Part time psychologists/clinical social workers Maryland private practice (out of network)
Forum: Job Postings
Posted By: Mary Alvord
Posted On: 02/24/2023 at 12:20PM (CT)

Message:We are a group private practice focusing on evidence-based therapy, research, and training. Given waitlists and high client demand, we have additional clinical openings for one full-time and one part-time (minimum 10 patients per week)  psychologist or experienced clinical social worker to join an innovative, fee-for-service practice with two office locations (Rockville and Chevy Chase, MD).  We are currently hybrid and many clinicians plan to keep at least one day virtual. Providers are employees, thus we pay taxes and benefits.  Highly compensated

Positions are available starting July, until filled. Must be licensed in Maryland by start of position (Maryland does not require a postdoc to be licensed- but you must first complete internship and graduate from an accredited program).  Psychologists must also meet qualifications for PSYPACT.  Practice will pay PSYPACT application fees. Positions primarily involve psychotherapy and requires strong CBT skills, including exposure-based therapies and experience working with children and adolescents. We see patients from age 3- 70s.  Position includes individual and group therapy as well as range of other opportunities (e.g. we have  an “interaction” room for PCIT and also provide testing services). Given ABA’s reputation for quality evidence-based services in the DMV area, there are a variety of clinical presentations and diverse populations that contact the practice. Such variety in case referrals has allowed for our clinicians to personalize their caseload, grow in their treatment specialties, and have professional autonomy to add to the evidenced-based interventions offered through the practice.  See our website www.alvordbaker.com to for an idea of the range of services we offer.  The position requires working two evenings per week as well as 24 -26 Saturday mornings per year for our group therapy.  We provide training for the group therapy program known as the Resilience Builder Program®.

The practice is involved in a collaborative research program with Catholic University and Resilience Across Borders, Inc. measuring outcome of the Resilience Builder Program-Universal™ in schools.  See NPR article about the original RBP  program:  https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2018/05/23/613465023/for-troubled-kids-some-schools-take-time-out-for-group-therapy  Many in the practice also collaborated on a book on Exposure Therapy  https://amzn.to/2LA3Px0.  There are many opportunities!

Our staff meets monthly for staff meetings and weekly for peer case consultations.  We provide weekly individual case consultation for the first two years.  As APA approved sponsors of CE (continuing education), we offer multiple in-house seminars and workshops throughout the year (all CE requirements can be accrued on-site!). Clinicians are well-compensated W-2 employees and receive benefits such as 401K, paid sick/vacation time for all employees, and a monthly allowance for health care for full time employees.

Please email cover letter with interests, CV and names of 3 references to [email protected], fax to 301-255-0461, or send to:

Mary K. Alvord, Ph.D.

Alvord, Baker & Associates, LLC

3200 Tower Oaks Blvd. Suite 200

Rockville, MD 20852

301-593-6554 X14

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LCSW job posting at Hackensack!

Overview
How have you impacted someone’s life today? At Hackensack Meridian Health our healthcare teams are focused on changing the lives of our patients by providing the highest level of care each and every day. From our hospitals, rehab centers and occupational health teams to our long-term care centers and at-home care capabilities, our complete spectrum of services will allow you to apply your skills in multiple settings while building your career all within New Jersey’s premier healthcare system.

Hackensack Meridian Health is seeking a full-time Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with expertise in evidence-based practice (e.g., CBT, DBT, ACT, MBSR) to join a growing team and play an active role within the Debra Simon Center of Integrative Behavioral Health and Wellness at Hackensack University Medical Center.You will be a vital part of a treatment team within the outpatient practice of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Services and will be expected to conduct individual, couples/family, and group therapy utilizing evidence-based treatment modalities as a member of the clinical treatment team.

Patients present with the full range of DSM5 diagnoses, and are often subject to compound stressors and comorbid medical conditions. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, you will be expected to participate in all phases of the outpatient process: performing intake assessments; developing and updating treatment plans; providing empirically-based outcome-oriented therapy; working with families and community resources to provide patient support; collaborating with the interdisciplinary team; and attending disposition and treatment team meetings.

Hackensack Meridian Health values and embraces a diverse workplace. We strive to create an environment that recognizes all human experiences — race, gender, age, national origin, ethnicity, disability, religion, sexual orientation. gender identity and/or expression and veteran status. We recognize that a talented, diverse, and inclusive workforce is critical to unleashing the innovation that is in our DNA. In order to foster our creativity, we are building a culture where difference is valued. With team members that are empowered and a workforce that reflects the communities we serve, we deliver superior care.

Responsibilities
A day in the life of a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at Hackensack Meridian can be described as follows:

  • Provides a comprehensive assessment of a patient’s psychosocial needs, develops treatment plans and treatment plan reviews based on findings and according to department policy.
  • Provides effective evidence-based treatment to patients for the diagnosis being treated, whether assessment or therapy, and shares and interprets information to staff, families, and/or other approved agencies.
  • Completes written reports and clinical notes in a timely fashion as required.
  • Provides psychotherapeutic services to patients in accordance with Licensure regulations defined by the Board of Social Work Examiners and obtains and interprets information in terms of patient needs, knowledge of growth and development, and an understanding of the range of treatment required for that age group.
  • Provides individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapeutic services in accordance with current standards of practice, as developed by professional and licensing organizations, and defined and interpreted by supervisors.
    Provides case management services for comprehensive evaluations, as needed
  • Complies with unit practice standards relating to case management including addressing family and community resources, eligibility for entitlement programs, and other health care providers.
  • Provides instruction to patients and families related to illness and expectations of treatment addressing their learning needs and learning style.
  • Integrates discharge planning into ongoing treatment to assure a continuity of care for patients upon completion of treatment.
  • Functions collaboratively with treatment team members to enhance service to patients.
  • Maintains patient records as required by law and Medical Center policy.
  • Assists other mental health professionals in expediting emergencies and/or functions as co-therapist in special situations.
  • Provides a comprehensive assessment of a patient’s mental health treatment needs.
  • Has a working knowledge of various community agencies and resources and refers patients when appropriate
  • Delivers and documents all care in an efficient and productive manner.
  • Identifies the needs of the patient population served and modifies and delivers care that is specific to those needs (i.e., age, culture, language, hearing and/or visually impaired, etc.). This process includes communicating with the patient, parent and/or primary caregiver(s) at their level (developmental/age, educational, literacy, etc.).
  • Adheres to the standards identified in the Medical Center’s Organizational Competencies.

Qualifications
Knowledge, Education and Skills Required:

  • Masters degree in social work.
  • Minimum of 3 years experience delivery psychosocial in either an inpatient or outpatient setting.
  • Trained in evidence-based individual and group psychotherapy techniques.
  • Knowledge of psychopathology and differential diagnosis and treatment techniques.

Required Certification/Licensing:

  • New Jersey Licensed Clinical Social Worker.

If you feel that the above description speaks directly to your strengths and capabilities, then please apply today!

Our Network

Hackensack Meridian Health (HMH) is a Mandatory COVID-19 and Influenza Vaccination Facility

As a courtesy to assist you in your job search, we would like to send your resume to other areas of our Hackensack Meridian Health network who may have current openings that fit your skills and experience.

*************************************************************************Move to sunny San Francisco to join our team at UCSF!

  • The Wavefront Program provides evidence-based treatment, training, and research to improve emotion regulation for young people impacted by mood, anxiety, suicide, trauma, and OC-related disorders.
  • We have two clinics, a cognitive behavior therapy program that offers outpatient individual, family, and group treatment for a variety of disorders in ages 5-25, and a comprehensive DBT program for ages 13-25.
  • The best applicant is passionate about and experienced in empirically supported treatments in children and teens. Experience conducting full comprehensive DBT preferred, but not required. We are looking for people who want to build careers as Clinician/Educators
  • While this is a position focused on direct clinical care, there are ample opportunities to teach, supervise, and collaborate on research.
  • UCSF seeks candidates whose experience, teaching, research, or community service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence.
  • Our DBT program is 100% in person at our brand-new Lisa Friend Pritzker Psychiatry Building in Mission Bay in San Francisco. Our CBT Program is hybrid, with intakes and most groups in person, and some ongoing treatment over Zoom.
  • Apply here if you are a psychologist, and specify in your application that you are interested in working with the Wavefront team. Apply here if you are an LCSW or LMFT and enter this requisition number for details: 68424BR.

Also feel free to reach out to us for more information!

Natalie Todd, PsyD, Clinical Director, Wavefront CBT: [email protected]

Esme Shaller, PhD, Clinical Director, Wavefront DBT: [email protected]

Sabrina Darrow, PhD, Program Director, Wavefront Program: [email protected]

*************************************************************************Job Opportunity: DBT PROGRAM THERAPIST

The Auburn-Davis Center for DBT is looking for an experienced DBT therapist to join their team in California. ADCDBT has been providing services in the Sacramento area since 2008 and specializes in exceptional treatment of mood and impulse disorders using a comprehensive DBT model. Sacramento is a great location, close to the Bay Area and close to the Sierra FootHills and Lake Tahoe. The cost of living is less expensive here than in the Bay Area. We have two beautiful, serene locations in Auburn and Davis. The goal of the ADCDBT is to provide effective, model-compliant DBT treatment to teens, and young adults that experience challenges in regulating emotion. Please see our website for more information AuburnDavisDBT.com.

This is a 30-40 hour per week position, depending upon client engagement. While the hours are generally flexible, an ideal candidate would be available until 7:00pm one to two nights per week. Due to Covid-19 precautions, ADCDBT is currently providing all groups and some individual DBT therapy online. Depending on level of experience, applicants from any area of California may be considered.

This is an opportunity to become part of a dynamic, model-compliant DBT team, and ADCDBT values members’ unique contributions to the clinical milieu of the practice. We actively strive to serve clients of diverse backgrounds and experiences, including offering sliding scale opportunities. The ideal candidate will value practicing independently, including maintaining their own schedule, while also participating in the strong support network of a clinical team. Further, ADCDBT is seeking practitioners who value life-long learning, and actively supports clinicians’ continuing education. Clinicians have the opportunity to affect positive change for a plethora of clinical presentations and family systems.

Professional activities include:

  • Providing individual DBT, couple and family therapy
  • Leading and co-facilitating DBT skills training groups, including teen group, adult group, and parent group modalities
  • Extending phone coaching to clients
  • Participating in agency meetings, including weekly DBT consult team meetings and quarterly staff meetings
  • Providing clinical case management for clients and families as needed
  • Coordinating care with other treatment professionals, insurance companies, and community collaterals

Requirements:

Applicants will be considered who are licensed in California as an LMFT, LCSW, PsyD, or LPCC. Intensive or Foundational DBT training is strongly preferred. We also do onsite training. Experience working with special populations such as adolescents, young adults, LGBTQIA+ individuals, clients struggling with addictive behaviors, etc will be strongly considered. Salary is commensurate with experience, and a competitive benefits package is offered.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $50.00 – $70.00 per hour

COVID-19 considerations:
We are currently offering all groups on-line. We are seeing some clients in the office based on the comfort level of the client and therapist. This position can be all virtual.

For more information and to submit a CV: please email [email protected]

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Department of Psychiatry

Psychologist/Social Worker Job Opening at Columbia University Irving Medical Center:
Specialist in Adolescent Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Position Titles: Associate in Clinical/Instructor/Assistant Professor level positions in the Department
of Psychiatry at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC)

Job Description: There are immediate openings for licensed clinical social workers or psychologists
at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center Faculty Practice Organization office in NYC.
The Department of Psychiatry is seeking social workers or psychologists assigned to work in the
Faculty Practice Organization (FPO) at CUMC. These are full-time, clinical positions in an outpatient
setting. Primary responsibilities involve conducting diagnostic/intake evaluations, as well as individual
and group therapy utilizing empirically supported treatments.
Applicants must have demonstrated interest, experience and training in utilizing Dialectical Behavior
Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) with children and adolescents. Strong
preference will be given to individuals who have completed an intensive DBT training. Candidates
with additional experience in evidence-supported treatment delivery for depression and anxiety and
experience, familiarity and comfort working with high-risk patients are desired. Opportunities to see
patients in an intensive outpatient program for adolescents may exist for interested candidates.
Applicants should have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work well across disciplines and
function effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
The CUIMC FPO sees a mix of private pay and managed care patients, and has a particular focus on
serving the Columbia medical center community, among others. We prioritize evidence-based
interventions and have an array of specialized programs to best serve our patients. All positions
currently allow for hybrid work, with on-site time spent in our Columbus Circle offices in midtown
Manhattan. Our faculty serve as part of multi-disciplinary teams with ample opportunities to learn
from and consult with colleagues. There are also professional development funds available to faculty
to support licensure renewals, as well as obtaining additional training, conference attendance,
professional organization members, among other opportunities.
The CUIMC FPO is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive faculty and clinical service. We
recognize that different backgrounds and experiences help to strengthen our department and provide
better care. As part of your cover letter, if you choose, we welcome you to share how your personal
and professional backgrounds would contribute to our department and mission.
1. Candidate(s) will conduct intake evaluations/diagnostic assessments of patients with
psychiatric disorders and psychological distress.
2. Candidate(s) will provide group and individual psychotherapy.
3. Candidate(s) will work closely with a clinical team, including other psychologists/social
workers, psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse-practitioners.
4. Candidate(s) will have opportunities to attend case conferences, peer supervision and Grand
Rounds at CUMC. Opportunities may exist for clinical supervision and teaching.
Minimum Educational Requirements:
PsyD or PhD in Clinical Psychology or Licensed Master Social Worker
NYS license required.
For psychologists: Instructor level requires graduation from an APA-accredited doctoral program in
Clinical Psychology, and completion of an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship program. Assistant
Professor level requires 2-3 years clinical experience in a hospital or private practice setting.

Employment benefits information for CUIMC employees:
 Benefits information about health/welfare including medical, dental, vision, health savings
accounts, transit reimbursement, etc. can be found here:
https://humanresources.columbia.edu/officers-health
 Retirement benefits information can be found here:

https://humanresources.columbia.edu/content/officers-voluntary-retirement-savings-
program-vrsp

See our website for more information about our department:
https://www.columbiadoctors.org/specialties/psychiatry
CU is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer
Interested applicants can email a CV and cover letter to Colleen Cullen at
[email protected].

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June 2, 2022 – Harborview DBT, located at Harborview Medical Center in downtown Seattle, has an opening for a clinical position. Harborview DBT was the first site to implement DBT outside of Marsha Linehan’s research clinic at the University of Washington, and has been offering DBT to the Seattle community since 1988. Harborview Medical Center is a public hospital in King County and is managed by the University of Washington School of Medicine.

The position involves providing DBT and DBT-ACES individual therapy, group skills training and phone coaching, as well as attending a weekly consultation team meeting.

We encourage applications from people of color, people with disabilities, veterans, and other candidates from underrepresented backgrounds and with diverse experiences interested in this opportunity.

Please pass along the following job posting to any interested clinicians.

https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/eng/candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&szOrderID=207385&szCandidateID=0&szSearchWords=&szReturnToSearch=1

Visit our website to learn more about Harborview DBT:

http://www.uwcspar.org/dbt-at-harborview.html

Thanks,

Adam

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5/19/22 – There are 2 open positions at Columbia. Please see below:
Psychologist/Social Worker Job Opening at Columbia University Medical Center: Columbia Day Program

The Department of Psychiatry is seeking psychologists or social workers assigned to work in the Faculty Practice Organization at CUIMC. These are full-time, clinical positions in the Columbia Day Program.

Primary responsibilities involve conducting group therapy while utilizing empirically supported treatments, diagnostic/intake evaluations of adults, and individual treatment planning and progress monitoring with patients. Candidates should have previous experience providing outpatient treatment and working with a multi-disciplinary team. Experience and training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and group therapy preferred. Candidates with additional experience in evidence-based treatment delivery for trauma, eating disorders and/or substance use is desired. Ideal applicants will have familiarity and comfort working with high-risk patients. Applicants should have strong interpersonal skills. We are especially interested in candidates who have training and experience working with minoritized populations including LGBTQ+ and BIPOC communities.

As a department, we are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive faculty and clinical service. We recognize that different backgrounds and experiences help to strengthen our department and provide better care. As part of your cover letter, if you choose, we welcome you to share how your personal and professional backgrounds would contribute to our department and mission.

Minimum Educational Requirements: PsyD or PhD in Clinical Psychology or Licensed Clinical Social Worker NYS license required. For psychologists: Instructor level requires graduation from an APA-accredited doctoral program in Clinical Psychology, and completion of an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship program. Assistant Professor level requires 2-3 years clinical experience in a hospital or private practice setting.

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Psychologist/Social Worker Job Opening at Columbia University Medical Center: Specialist in Adolescent Dialectical Behavior Therapy Position
Titles: Associate in Clinical/Instructor/Assistant Professor level positions in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC)
Job Description: There are immediate openings for licensed clinical social workers or psychologists at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center Faculty Practice Organization office in NYC. The Department of Psychiatry is seeking social workers or psychologists assigned to work in the Faculty Practice Organization at CUMC. These are full-time, clinical positions in an outpatient setting. Primary responsibilities involve conducting diagnostic/intake evaluations, as well as individual and group therapy utilizing empirically supported treatments. Applicants must have demonstrated interest, experience and training in utilizing Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) with children and adolescents. Strong preference will be given to individuals who have completed an intensive DBT training. Candidates with additional experience in evidence-supported treatment delivery for depression and anxiety and experience, familiarity and comfort working with high-risk patients are desired. Opportunities to see patients in an intensive outpatient program for adolescents may exist for interested candidates. Applicants should have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work well across disciplines and function effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
The CUIMC FPO is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive faculty and clinical service. We recognize that different backgrounds and experiences help to strengthen our department and provide better care.
As part of your cover letter, if you choose, we welcome you to share how your personal and professional backgrounds would contribute to our department and mission.
1. Candidate(s) will conduct intake evaluations/diagnostic assessments of patients with psychiatric disorders and psychological distress.
2. Candidate(s) will provide group and individual psychotherapy.
3. Candidate(s) will work closely with a clinical team, including other psychologists/social workers, psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse-practitioners.
4. Candidate(s) will have opportunities to attend case conferences, peer supervision and Grand Rounds at CUMC. Opportunities may exist for clinical supervision and teaching.
Minimum Educational Requirements: PsyD or PhD in Clinical Psychology or Licensed Clinical Social Worker NYS license required. For psychologists: Instructor level requires graduation from an APA-accredited doctoral program in Clinical Psychology, and completion of an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship program. Assistant Professor level requires 2-3 years clinical experience in a hospital or private practice setting.
See our website for more information about our department: www.columbiapsychiatry.org
CU is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer
Please forward a cover letter and CV to Zack Blumkin via email at [email protected]
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The Center for Cognitive & Dialectical Behavior Therapy (CCDBT) PLLC, is a privately-owned therapy center made up of licensed psychologists and social workers. CCDBT is one of the longest standing, fully-adherent DBT programs in the country. We have been providing quality DBT and CBT therapy to adolescents, families, and adults since 1999. Our staff enjoys a team-centered approach and a warm, supportive, and collegial environment in which we endeavor to provide the highest quality of care to our clients. Additionally, we truly embrace the ethos of dialectics and recognize that the true expert clinician never stops learning or growing.

The mission of CCDBT is to provide effective and specialized treatment to people of all ages who are experiencing difficulties in their lives. The goal of CCDBT is to help people meet the challenges in their lives and develop skills needed to deal with such challenges. For more information, see http://www.ccdbt.com.

Professional activities will include: Providing individual and group Dialectical Behavior Therapy for adolescent, adults, & families; providing cognitive therapies for depression & anxiety disorders; providing skills training for parental management of childhood behavior disorders and providing Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction to medically referred clients.

In addition, The Trauma Treatment Program at CCDBT offers intensive supervision and didactics to facilitate the treatment of trauma of various levels of complexity using gold standard evidence-based treatment including PE, CPT, DBT-PE and TFCPT.

Applicants will be considered who have a New York State license in Psychology or a License in Clinical Social Work. Two years post-graduation experience is necessary for social work candidates. Salary is competitive, medical benefits and retirement funds are available.

Please email your CV, three references who can be reached by telephone, and a cover letter detailing your clinical experience and interest in working with our population. Please email applications, or direct questions to [email protected].

Jennifer Byrnes, Ph.D.

Director of Research & Training, CCDBT [email protected]

fax: 516-396-2195