The Washington D.C VA Medical Center is seeking 2 full-time, licensed Clinical Psychologist for opportunities within the Primary Care-Mental Health Integration(PC-MHI) and the Outpatient Trauma Services Program (TSP).
Primary Care- Mental Health Integration Program
The ideal candidate will be licensed with 2 years’ general clinical psychology experience. Candidates who have their doctoral degree but have less than 2 years post-doctoral experience will be considered. Familiarity with the PC-MHI model within practice or training is desired.
Outpatient Trauma Services Program
The TSP is composed of over a dozen full-time clinicians representing multiple mental health disciplines (psychology, social work, nursing, peer support), as well as graduate and post-graduate trainees, and support staff. Our team members routinely find a collaborative, warm, and supportive work environment, created by a group of colleagues that share much in common, yet are professionally, personally, and culturally diverse. The ideal candidate for this position will be licensed with experience treating individuals with trauma. Candidate who don’t possess trauma experience but possess general psychology experience are welcome to apply.
U.S. Citizenship, a full, active, and unrestricted U.S. license, and completion of an APA accredited doctorate degree and internship are required.
* All applicants should be available to start by 2/15/19
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