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Bilingual Supervisor Behavioral Health Licensed Therapist LICSW, LCSW, LPC, LMFT

Organization: Essential HealthCare Solutions, LLC

Posted until: June 30, 2024


We are seeking a Bilingual Supervisor Behavioral Health Licensed Therapist Supervisor to supervise a team of well-being professionals in a influx/ processing center. The ideal candidate must be proficient in English and Spanish for this role. The Well-being Professional Supervisor will report to the Program Director and supervise a team of Field Child Well-Being Professionals. Working in conjunction with other teams, this position will support the mission and aims of the Department of Homeland Security, Office of Health Security. This position will support in all facets of the Child Well-Being Program operations, ensuring that all structured programmatic support, clinical services, and technical guidance are provided expeditiously, in culturally and linguistically appropriate ways, adhering to all protocols, and with the ultimate focus on child welfare and safety. The position will need to undertake in person collaboration with clinicians working at assigned CBP processing centers as well as will CBP and OHS personnel. This supervisor position will be a 12-hour shift with 8 hours on-site and 4 hours remote. The schedule will be to work 15 shifts per month. Mileage is paid for those commuting more than 50 miles to and from the worksite.

- At least 5 years of demonstrated (post-licensure) service delivery experience working in child development, culturally competent and trauma-centered care.

- Must have at least 2 years experience in a Supervisory/Management/Lead role overseeing Clinical staff

- Bilingual and bicultural: English and Spanish

How to Apply:

Send resume to:

Clinical Neuropsychologist

Organization: Arizona Neuropsychological Services

Posted until: June 28, 2024


Full-time neuropsychology position available for a licensed psychologist in Chandler, Arizona.

Arizona Neuropsychological Services, PLLC is a private practice established in 2010, focusing solely on outpatient assessment of adult patients with a wide variety of known or suspected neurological conditions.

The applicant should have a Ph.D./Psy.D. in clinical psychology, have completed an internship and a two-year postdoctoral residency in clinical neuropsychology following the Houston Conference Guidelines/APPCN, and be licensed or license-eligible in the state of Arizona. There is the opportunity to aid in supervising a postdoctoral resident, if training is one of your interests. Dr. Morrone-Strupinsky also can provide mentorship and guidance towards board certification.

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Please email a letter of interest, your CV, and two to three references to:

Jeannine Morrone-Strupinsky, Ph.D., ABPP

Staff Psychologist, Phoenix Children’s Cleft and Craniofacial Center

Organization: Phoenix Children's

Posted until: June 25, 2024


Phoenix Children’s Center for Cleft and Craniofacial Care was established more than 30 years ago as the Barrow Cleft and Craniofacial Center. The American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association has approved the Center for Cleft and Craniofacial Care as both a Cleft Palate Team and a Craniofacial Team.

With our team approach to care, patients and families have access to craniofacial experts. We understand how to treat the complexities associated with craniofacial anomalies and are sensitive to the personal nature of these conditions. We provide comprehensive support for lifelong, positive results.

Our Behavioral Health team consists of psychologists, mental health therapists and social workers. In conjunction with the patient’s medical care, the Staff Psychologist provides assessment, diagnosis, and treatment for a range of cognitive, behavioral and/or emotional issues which may arise in relation to the patient’s condition. Parent psychological support is also provided. Phoenix Children’s Standards of Professional Conduct and Competence are expected to be upheld.

For questions and to inquiries, please contact:

David Blaha

Provider Talent Acquisition Partner

Early Childhood Development and Assessment Psychologist

Organization: Phoenix Children's

Posted until: June 25, 2024


The Division of Psychology at Phoenix Children’s, in collaboration with the Division of Developmental Pediatrics, is seeking a full-time psychologist with expertise in autism spectrum disorders and related behavioral health/developmental conditions. The psychologist will become a member of the Phoenix Children’s Medical Group and will report to the Division Chief of Psychology. The psychologist will join a growing team of 19 Psychologists and 35 Licensed Clinical Social Workers. The psychologist will practice within the Autism Program at Phoenix Children’s which consistently aims to provide dignified and high-quality care. Congruent with Phoenix Children’s mission, the Autism Program is dedicated to training and scholarship, often with the goal of quality improvement and utilizing innovative methods for effectively supporting the wellbeing of youth and their families. Housed in the 5th largest (and ever-growing) city in the country, Phoenix Children’s Autism Program is uniquely positioned to continue growing to meet the needs for youth and their families who wonder if their child may be on the autism spectrum.

Primary Responsibilities:

• Provision of direct diagnostic evaluation for youth and their families with a focus on autism spectrum disorder and differential diagnosis

• Develop strong working relationships with our growing behavioral health colleagues and work well in interdisciplinary settings

• Provision of supervision of psychology graduate students, predoctoral interns, and/or postdoctoral fellows

• Provision of training for medical students, residents, and/or fellows within the context of psychological evaluation

• Potential for provision of additional clinical services based on expertise and interest (i.e., delivery of evidence-based interventions including behavioral therapy and parent training)

• Other duties as determined by the Division of Psychology Chief to meet the needs of the Division of Psychology

This position also emphasizes the cultivation of community partnerships alongside Phoenix Children’s colleagues involved in these efforts. Relatedly, the psychologist will have opportunities to actively engage in community educational and outreach efforts as well as research and program development focused on autism and neurodevelopmental disabilities. The psychologist will also have opportunities to join committees or groups dedicated to embodying our institutional mission to create an inclusive workplace that is well supported to provide equitable and dignified healthcare to our patients. Successful applicants will possess high levels of professionalism, interpersonal communication skills, and adaptability. Leadership skills, or the potential for development of leadership skills, are also essential. Academic appointments are strongly encouraged through our relationships with the University of Arizona-Phoenix College of Medicine, Creighton University School of Medicine, and Mayo School of Medicine.

Candidate Qualifications:

• PhD/PsyD in psychology from an APA-accredited doctoral program

• APA-accredited internship with specialization in child psychology or a closely related field (e.g., school psychology

• Specialized training related to the evidence-based diagnostic evaluation of autism and neurodevelopmental disabilities (e.g., ADOS-2, interdisciplinary diagnostic evaluation experience, telehealth assessment)

• Demonstration of excellence in provision of clinical care

• Unwavering commitment to clinical excellence, collegiality, inclusion, integrity, and respect for diversity

• Licensed (or license-eligible) as a psychologist in the state of Arizona

• Board-certified or board-eligible in Pediatric Psychology

Preferred Qualifications:

• Completion of a postdoctoral fellowship

• Experience working in hospitals and/or academic medical centers

• Experience providing evidence-based intervention for autistic youth (e.g., parent training, CBT, social/communication supports)

• Experience working with medically or genetically involved youth or youth with sensory organ impairments (e.g., deaf, hard of hearing, blind, visually impaired)

• Experience with or potential for becoming involved in program development efforts

• Interest and experience in conducting quality improvement or clinical research

Phoenix Children’s is Arizona’s top-ranked children’s hospital and is considered a regional hub. The hospital serves a diverse patient population, with a majority of patients being on public insurance. Phoenix Children’s houses several training programs including pre-doctoral psychology internship and postdoctoral psychology fellowship programs as well as medical student, resident, and fellowship training programs. Phoenix Children’s offers a unique opportunity for psychologists to engage in the training of medical learners alongside medical colleagues, in a truly collaborative environment.

For questions and to inquiries, please contact:

David Blaha, Provider Talent Acquisition Partner

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