Child and Adolescent PsychologistJob ID 314572 Date posted 08/23/2023
- Rochester, MN
- Full Time
- Psychiatry & Psychology
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Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, is seeking an outstanding Child and Adolescent Psychologist to join the Department of Psychiatry and Psychology.
The successful applicant will join an energetic and collegial group of twelve (12) child psychologists, twelve (12) child psychiatrists, and many allied health clinicians within the Department of Psychiatry and Psychology. The primary role of the psychologist is to participate in the development of specialty programs for the treatment of childhood anxiety, mood, and/or behavioral disorders. Clinical activities include conducting multidisciplinary evaluations of emotional and behavioral disorders in youth, providing and supervising ongoing treatment in individual and group formats, as well as consulting to inpatient child and adolescent psychiatric services. Interested applicants can also join an initiative to develop a digital platform to increase access to evidence-based mental health care for children and adolescents. Mayo Clinic offers opportunities in leadership, program development, and research. Educational and supervision opportunities are abundant within the Medical Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship Program and with other trainees. The position carries an academic appointment in the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, rank commensurate with experience.
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Candidates must be eligible for licensure in the state of Minnesota and be Board-certified/Board-eligible through the American Board of Professional Psychology. Requirements for the position include completion of an APA or CPA accredited doctoral program and internship. Applicants should demonstrate a strong interest in multidisciplinary clinical, educational, and research collaboration and excellent interpersonal communication and leadership abilities.
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