ESSENTIAL & CORE FUNCTIONS:
Providing outpatient therapy to children, adolescents, adults, and/or families.
Conducting group therapy with adults or adolescents.
Developing and facilitating workshops for clients or WES clinicians.
Collaborating with WES’ Crisis Program to assist individuals experiencing a mental health crisis.
Providing consultations to WES’ clinical staff.
Developing and implementing clinical initiatives to help WES better serve the community.
Attending trainings offered through the annual WES Institute or WES’ monthly Lunch and Learn workshop series.
Supervising masters-level practicum students.
Planning, conducting, and documenting clinical research.
All Post-Doctoral Residents receive weekly supervision with one of the licensed psychologists in the A&E Center and from the Director of an outpatient program at WES.
Performs other duties and special projects as assigned.
PREREQUISITES & QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE POSITION:
Doctoral degree (preferably in clinical or counseling psychology).
Official transcripts from doctoral degree program with GPA of 3.25 or better.
Writing sample (preferably a mental health evaluation).
Two letters of recommendation.
Experience working with adults, adolescents, and/or children in a behavioral health setting.
Experience providing mental health services to individuals of different races, religions, sexual orientations, genders, and physical or cognitive abilities.
Experience writing comprehensive behavioral health evaluations which include a DSM, multi-axis diagnosis.
Experience developing treatment recommendations with clients, which include evidence-based interventions and incorporate an individual’s of family’s strengths.
Experience working with individuals who have endured trauma.
COMPETENCIES & PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS
WES Health System and its subsidiaries are an Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F/V/D)