Position begins September 2023
The Children’s Program is seeking a full-time psychologist resident. Our private multidisciplinary children’s mental health clinic in southwest Portland employs more than two dozen professionals (psychologists, licensed professional counselors, developmental & behavioral pediatricians, psychiatrists, psychometrician, speech-language pathologist, and educational consultant) and has served thousands of families over more than three decades. The position will start in September of 2023 and continue for one year.
This position will be primarily focused on evaluation and treatment of young children presenting with anxiety symptoms, and may also involve psychological assessment work with children who are involved in the child welfare system. We will be prioritizing applicants who have a demonstrated strong interest in working with young children impacted by anxiety. The resident will receive training in empirically-supported treatment approaches such as Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions (SPACE), exposure and response prevention, Incredible Years parenting curriculum, and other relevant approaches. The resident will have the opportunity to provide group and individual therapy interventions.
A background in assessment and intervention with children and families is required and experience with evidence-based evaluation and therapy is preferred.
- Candidates should hold a Psy.D. or Ph.D. in Clinical, Counseling, or School Psychology from an APA accredited institution
- Applicants must have completed an APA- or APPIC-recognized pre-doctoral internship
- Have clinical training and applied experience serving children and families
The benefits of working at our clinic include:
- Salary of $53,000.00
- Insurance-eligible position
- Generous vacation and leave policy
- Numerous continuing education and consultation opportunities
- Full-time staff support with administrative tasks, including:
- Intake screening
- Billing & collections
- Credentialing & insurance paneling
- Marketing & community outreach
- Well-established sources of client referrals from medical & mental health professionals, schools, and other institutions in the Portland metro area
- A vibrant, fun, supportive office environment
Children’s Program values diversity among staff, trainees and the population we serve. Our non-discrimination policy indicates that trainees, clients and staff have the right be treated considerately and respectfully regardless of race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, cultural background, economic status, education or disability. We believe that diversity enhances the climate and training environment and are committed to ongoing efforts to recruit and retain diverse staff (including training supervisors) and trainees, as well as to improve our ability to serve diverse populations in our region. We seek to provide ongoing training and educational opportunities for our staff and trainees around issues of diversity, equity and inclusion, with a goal of improving clinical practice, increasing outreach to underserved communities and improving our ability to welcome and support trainees and staff from a wide range of backgrounds.
For further information and to apply for the position, please email CV and cover letter to Rose Eagle, Ph.D., Director of Training, at firstname.lastname@example.org.