OHSU

Psychology Post-Doctoral Residency Program

The Division of Psychology at the Institute on Development & Disability (IDD), Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), Portland, OR, is recruiting for three full-time psychology post-doctoral residents for one-year appointments with the possibility of extending to two years. The Division consists of 12 licensed psychologists focused on inpatient (medical) and ambulatory care for children with complex developmental and/or medical disorders, clinical research, and training. Post-doctoral residencies offered for the 2014-2015 training year are listed below.

Please note: If you wish to apply for more than one of these residencies, you must follow the application guidelines for each position. We cannot accept a single application for multiple positions.

GENERAL APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS:

All felloresidents must hold a doctoral degree in clinical, counseling, school, or related field of psychology at the start of their residency. Further, applicants must have completed their doctoral training and internship through a program accredited by the American Psychological Association. Other specific requirements for individual positions are provided via the links below.

Review of applications will be ongoing, with a deadline for applications by January 13, 2014, with invitations for interviews made shortly thereafter. Applicants will be notified of offers by no later than March 14, 2014. Offers will be extended pending final budgetary approval.

BEHAVIORAL PEDIATRICS/PEDIATRIC PSYCHOLOGY RESIDENCY:

This residency emphasizes training in behavioral health care across the full spectrum of pediatric patients. Approximately 50% of the clinical time will be devoted services to children with issues falling under the purview of behavioral pediatrics. Behavioral pediatrics blends behavioral and pediatric sciences to promote health and well-being of children. The OHSU Behavioral Pediatrics Treatment Program emphasizes care to children with: toileting issues (e.g., soiling, bedwetting, delayed toilet training), tic and habit disorders (e.g., Tourette's, trichotillomania, body focused repetitive behaviors), and bedtime and sleep problems (e.g., bedtime resistance, night waking, C-PAP nonadherence).

Additionally, the resident will provide consultation to patients and pediatric residents in general pediatrics clinics, as well as provide supervision to a psychology intern doing the same.

Finally, approximately 50% of the clinical time will involve providing care to children with complex medical conditions. Much of this work will involve consultation - liaison for children with acute and chronic health conditions (e.g., diabetes, cystic fibrosis, chronic pain) hospitalized at Doernbecher Children's Hospital. For more information about the position, minimum and preferred qualifications, and requested application materials, interested parties are directed to www.ohsujobs.com.

Please select the option "Search for Jobs" and enter in the code IRC41371. All applications must be submitted via this webpage.

Please direct questions about this position to Dr. Kurt Freeman at .

ASSESSMENT/NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT-ORIENTED RESIDENCY:

NOTE: The assessment/neuropsychological assessment position has already been filled for the 2014-2015 training year

This position emphasizes advanced training in comprehensive psychological and neuropsychological evaluation services of various pediatric populations, focusing on youth with complex special health needs. Most evaluation/neuropsychological assessments of youth with complex medical and/or developmental needs (e.g., traumatic brain injury, seizure disorders, spina bifida, craniofacial disorders) will occur in outpatient contexts; some inpatient evaluative work may also occur (e.g., evaluation of patients hospitalized for seizure evaluations, pre-surgical evaluations for children undergoing brain resections). Evaluations will occur as part of interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary teams as well as independently/psychology only-evaluations. The successful candidate may also negotiate to have a portion of his/her time devoted to outpatient treatment of youth with a variety of emotional/behavioral conditions. Opportunities for inpatient consultation also exist.

NEURODEVELOPMENT / AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER RESIDENCY:

This primarily clinical position focuses on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) with an emphasis on interdisciplinary differential diagnostic assessment. The CDRC Autism Program is one of 17 Autism Treatment Network (ATN) in North America, is designated as a Center of Excellence for the state of Washington, and serves as Oregon's only university-based program for children with ASD. In accordance with the postdoctoral resident's interests and program needs, up to one-third clinical time may be spent in other assessment or treatment activities within the CDRC and Division of Psychology (e.g., neuropsychological assessment, neuro-oncology consultation, inpatient consultation, parent training, or cognitive/behavioral treatment). Experience in supervision of interns and practicum trainees is emphasized through mentorship and tiered supervision. The postdoctoral resident will participate in ongoing research activities and possible grant development, in addition to developing his/her own research project(s).

For more information about this position, minimum and preferred requirements, and requested application materials, interested parties are directed to www.ohsujobs.com. Please select "Search for Jobs" and enter the position code IRC41372 . All applications must be submitted via this webpage.

Please direct questions about this position to Dr. Lark Huang-Storms at .

For more information on the LEND Psychology Training Program, please contact:


Training Director
Phone: 503 494-0360