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Judge Baker Children's Center (JBCC) is hiring for an exciting new position! We are looking for someone to join our team as both a Staff Psychologist at the Center for Effective Child Therapy (CECT) and Associate Director of the Training Institute. This position includes dual responsibilities of providing A) Direct clinical evidence-based behavioral health treatments to children, adolescents, and families ages 2- 19 at CECT, and B) Administrative coordination of new training initiatives through the Training Institute. To view additional information on CECT, visit https://jbcc.harvard.edu/center-effective-child-therapy
Reporting to the Clinical Director, the Staff Psychologist serves 90% of the time as a member of the clinical faculty at CECT, JBCC's APA accredited outpatient training clinic and Harvard Medical School affiliate, delivering high fidelity cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and behavioral parent training (BPT) approaches in both in-person and virtual formats. This exciting position provides the opportunity to join a team of dedicated and skilled clinicians with respective expertise in several evidence-based treatments. The Staff Psychologist will be welcomed onto the clinical training faculty and be a core member of the clinical team. The Staff Psychologist will be provided opportunities to be trained and certified in the Modular Approach to Therapy for Children with Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, or Conduct Problems (MATCH ADTC) and Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) by in-house trainers as well as other potential trainings in a broader range of EBTs (e.g., ACT, TF-CBT, DBT).
This position will help our Center expand access to high quality evidence-based outpatient services in Boston while assisting in training the next generation of clinicians through our practicum, internship, and postdoctoral fellowship training programs. While this role will begin primarily as a clinical and direct service position, opportunities to supervise doctoral students and build out new service lines will become available with demonstrated success and performance in the clinical role.
One of the exciting aspects of this role is that the Staff Psychologist will be our first new hire as we begin to take public health insurance for the first time. We are actively working to assemble a team that can best serve an increasingly diverse population of children and families, and enhance our innovation, and achieve our clinical, operational and strategic goals.
As the Associate Director of the Training Institute (10% time), this individual will report to the VP of Clinical Programs, Implementation, and Training, and will assist in coordinating training initiatives through JBCC's Training Institute, which hosts numerous trainings in a broad range of evidence-based treatments for community providers. Adjustments to the job time distribution when project demands necessitate are possible.
We have a strong commitment to promoting the professional development of our staff and provide free, in-house training opportunities as well as free monthly continuing education seminars. Qualifying individuals are eligible for a faculty appointment at Harvard Medical School.
Currently, our therapy services are being offered via telehealth and we expect that telehealth will continue to be a portion of our clinical service model post-pandemic.
* Provide direct clinical outpatient services to families seeking psychotherapy using established evidence-based practices.
* Consult to established clients, school districts and staff, and other practitioners on the use of evidence-based practices across a variety of settings.
* Participate in individual and staff supervision meetings and any specialty supervision meetings to facilitate professional development.
* Conduct psychodiagnostic assessments and participate in assessment seminar.
* Collaborate with the Clinical Director in administrative and outreach activities to increase the capacity and reach of CECT services.
* Conduct educational presentations to outside practitioners, schools, and parent groups.
* Collaborate with external providers to support the care of clients.
* Document all clinical activities according to professional standards. Intern Faculty Training and Supervision
* Provide supervision to trainees according to APA standards and using established frameworks for clinical supervision.
* Offer didactic learning opportunities in areas of specialization.
* Attend internship faculty meetings.
* Evaluate trainees and provide constructive support and feedback based on the regulations provided by APA. Training Institute
* Coordinate logistical aspects of clinical trainings for community providers including marketing and outreach efforts, setting up registration, creating and collecting evaluations, and coordinating space and provisions.
* Work with state organizations to ensure that the Training Institute can provide continuing education credits for a wide range of behavioral health providers.
* Assist with technological assistance during trainings and research ways to improve delivery of trainings with the use of technology and other interactive strategies.
QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:
* Ph.D. or Psy.D. in psychology and Massachusetts Psychologist/Health Service Provider licensure is required.
* 1-2 years of post-licensure clinical experience is recommended.
* Completion of an APA accredited internship is required.
* Strong foundation and advanced clinical skills using evidence-based treatments with children, youth and families. Strong preference for applicants who are certified in evidence-based practices.
* Experience developing and running therapeutic and/or education programs for children is preferred.
* Experience educating and coaching caregivers in 1:1 and/or group settings.
* Experience conducting marketing and outreach activities.
* Excellent interpersonal and supervisory skills.
* Solid judgement and leadership skills.
* Impeccable integrity and commitment to excellence.
* Strong work ethic and ability to juggle multiple responsibilities simultaneously.
* Commitment to cultural humility, diversity, equity, and inclusion.
* A good sense of humor, positive attitude, life-long learner, flexible, highly motivated and self-directed with a demonstrated passion for JBCC's mission.
* Strong basic computer skills, including email, internet, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint.
* Experience with content management systems for online learning is preferred.
* Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
This position is currently accepting applications.