Responsibilities Assistant Professor (Clinical non-tenure track). Primary responsibility will be to spread our innovative model of integrating behavioral health into primary care at the PPC for children ages 0 to 12 years to provide early intervention and treatment services to children who screen positive or are identified by their primary care provider for behavioral health concerns. This will include multidisciplinary collaboration (with physicians, nursing, social work, and other providers) to deliver integrated behavioral health care that is appropriate to the patient's health care needs in an early intervention model. As such, the candidate will be integrated into medical teams and expected to effectively communicate and coordinate patient care with each team including training of pediatricians and residents on the integrated care model. Finally, the candidate will be part of collaborative research with Dr. Ammerman.Skills & Competencies
PhD or PsyD in clinical or counseling psychology from APA accredited program. Post doctoral training and experience with integrated mental health delivery within a primary care setting.
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