As part of our commitment to help increase education and awareness surrounding OCD and related disorders, the IOCDF maintains a list of current professional job openings to be accessed by those working in the field of mental health.
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Current Job Openings
Below is a list of current job openings in the field of OCD and related disorders. Click the arrow to the right to view the job description.
Company/Institution Website: http://stressandanxiety.com
Stress & Anxiety Services of New Jersey, LLC (SAS of NJ) is currently accepting applications for a full time, clinical Postdoctoral Fellowship position to begin Fall 2019, working with children, adolescents, and adults. There will be an emphasis in the Cognitive Behavioral Treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and OCD spectrum disorders, and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as well as CBT and other evidenced-based treatments for Anxiety Disorders.
Competitive salary, plus stipends towards professional membership dues and registration costs to attend conferences or seek additional training. The position allows for a total of four weeks of paid leave, which will encompass personal time, vacation, and sick leave.
Fellow will be provided 2 hours of one-on-one clinical supervision by two different clinicians (NJ licensed psychologists certified through BTTI and TLC), plus two additional hours through attendance at our weekly administrative and clinical case discussion staff meetings.
*U.S. citizens who are have completed a doctoral program and internship in clinical/counseling psychology, APA approved preferred
*Doctoral requirements must be completed prior to beginning the fellowship
*Primarily Cognitive Behavioral in theoretical orientation
*Some experience in working with anxiety disorders
*At least some experience in working with children and adolescents.
Please submit the following application materials via e-mail to Dr. Charity Wilkinson-Truong, Charity.Truong@
· Cover letter
· Curriculum vitae
· List of Three references
Charity Truong, PsyD
Training Director, Psychologist
Company/Institution Website: www.slbmi.com
Position Title: Postdoctoral/Postgraduate Fellowship
Position Type: Full-Time for one year, with option for second year
Fellows (or "Residents") will work in the Intensive Outpatient/Partial Hospital Program and the outpatient clinic of the Center for OCD and Anxiety-Related Disorders. Primary responsibilities include conducting evaluations and psychotherapy and co-leading groups. Fellows will have the opportunity to work with OCD, BDD, Hoarding Disorder, all of the major anxiety disorders, and a number of related conditions. There will also be opportunities to participate in 1 or more of our programs for patients treatment-interfering behavior. Fellows will work under the supervision of the Center's Director, C. Alec Pollard, Ph.D., and other senior clinicians.
Applicants must have a terminal degree in one of the mental health professions or provide evidence (e.g., letter from training director) that all requirements for the degree will have been completed by September 1, 2019. Knowledge of cognitive behavior therapy and some experience with OCD or anxiety disorders is highly preferred.
Salary is competitive for the region.
St. Louis has all the amenities of larger metro areas with comparatively less traffic and a very reasonable cost of living. The Institute is conveniently located in the central corridor of the city, between Washington University and Saint Louis University. The primary emphasis of the fellowship is clinical training, but opportunities for scholarly activity are available as time permits.
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Director of Clinical Training
Full time Post-Doctoral Fellowship
Behavior Therapy Center is a nationally recognized center offering advanced training in cognitive-behavioral treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder and OCD-related conditions in addition to a range of anxiety, depressive, and behavioral disorders. Fellows will be offered rich clinical experiences, utilizing evidence-based treatment in a highly didactic and collaborative environment. Fellows will have the opportunity to work with individuals and groups and in our specialized treatment programs for social anxiety, DBT and childhood disruptive behavior disorders. Additionally, fellows will have the opportunity to attend BTC didactic training series, local training workshops and national conferences.
Hours: 40 hours per week providing services for the center. The fellowship requires evening hours to see patients and co-lead groups.
Training: Fellows are trained in evaluation, assessment and treatment of a diverse clinical population. Fellows spend approximately 20 hours per week providing individual therapy. The remaining hours are spent in supervision, peer consultation, didactics, indirect patient care activities and administrative duties.
All applicants must have completed all requirements of their Ph.D. or Psy.D. program prior to beginning the fellowship.
Subsidized health insurance coverage is available for postdoctoral fellows.
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Assistant Director, Postdoctoral Fellowship Coordinator
R. Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology specializing in OCD and Related Disorders
We have an opening for September 2019 for a candidate with a strong interest in cultivating specialized clinical skills in the area of obsessive compulsive disorder and related conditions, including self-limiting perfectionism, obsessive compulsive personality disorder, and body dysmorphic disorder. The postdoctoral fellow will join the Northwell Health OCD Center, part of the multidisciplinary and growing Adult Outpatient Psychiatry Centers at Zucker Hillside Hospital (on the border of Queens and Nassau, Long Island, NY), on the campus of Long Island Jewish Medical Center. The fellowship offers the opportunity to specialize in exposure and response prevention, the gold standard psychotherapy for OCD. The fellow will also apply other forms of cognitive behavioral therapy, including cognitive restructuring, behavioral activation, and motivational interviewing, as well as mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches. Individual and group supervision are provided by experts in OCD and related disorders. Along with individual cases, the postdoctoral fellow will co-lead groups. The fellow’s training experience will include weekly didactic meetings covering topics related to treatment and professional development. Roles will include supervised clinical and administrative duties with additional opportunities to work on research projects if desired. This is a one year fellowship position with the option of a second year. The fellowship will fulfill criteria for the postdoctoral year of experience necessary for Psychology licensure.
Candidates must have completed the doctorate in psychology and be eligible for the NYS Limited Permit in Psychology. Ideal candidates will have experience with evidence-based treatments for anxiety disorders as well as strong organizational skills.
Additional Information (optional):
Interested applicants should email cover letter, CV, and 2-3 letters of recommendation to Anthony Pinto, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Anthony Pinto, PhD
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Position Title: Mental Health Therapist
Position Type: Part Time and Full Time
Palo Alto Therapy is looking for qualified licensed therapists (LCSW, LMFT, LPCC, PhD, PsyD) to join our team 2-5 days a week (part-time or full-time) either in our North San Jose or South Palo Alto locations. Interns with solid training in CBT and evidence-based therapy are also welcome to apply. Our ideal applicant has experience providing evidenced based and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy & counseling to children, teens, & or adults with anxiety/depression problems and a solid understanding of these methods (or strong willingness & commitment to learn). Applicants must be dedicated to building strong relationships and be passionate about providing the highest level of care to our clients. Please click link below for details and application: https://palo-alto-therapy.work
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Competitive compensation. Details in listing.
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Practicum Trainee, Psychological Assistant
Part Time; must be available at least 16 hours per week, including Fridays 10am-2pm.
Provide individual (child, adolescent, adult) and family therapy to patients with severe OCD and anxiety disorders utilizing CBT, Exposure and Response Prevention and other cognitive/behavioral modalities. Weekly supervision, didactic training and case consultations are provided. Training in conceptualization and application of behavioral and cognitive therapies is provided. All clinicians participate and provide outreach services, lead didactic and case conference on a rotational basis, contribute to the clinic newsletter, and attend/conduct presentations or workshops and local, regional and/or national conferences.
Doctoral student enrolled in Psy.D. or Ph.D. program in Clinical Psychology or related field for practicum trainees, or hold a Psy.D./Ph.D for psychological assistant position. Experience in treating OCD/anxiety disorders. Experience utilizing CBT, ERP, mindfulness, behavioral modification, and/or family systems approaches. Must have an understanding of how behaviors impact the patients' overall functioning. The ideal candidate will also have experience working with patients who are twice exceptional (2E) or on the Autism Spectrum with dual diagnosis.
Director of Training
Postdoctoral Clinical Residency in Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology
Position Type: Postdoctoral Clinical Residency
Neurobehavioral Institute is a privately-funded center that provides evidence-supported treatments and specialty services for psychological conditions, including Anxiety Disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Related Conditions (Tourette's Syndrome, Trichotillomania, Body Dysmorphic Disorder, and Hoarding), Autism Spectrum Disorders, and other neurobiologically-based conditions such as Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder. Services are provided to children, adolescents and adults from the South Florida area as well as to individuals from other states and countries.
Understanding the unique cultural backgrounds of each person is also part of “the NBI way.” In this spirit, Spanish and Portuguese speaking clients can receive treatment in their native language. In addition to our work with individuals and families coming from all over the US, NBI clinicians provide services for many international clients, either at our center or through workshops or consultations in their own countries. We have consulted with clients or family members from South America, the Caribbean, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.
Intensive Treatment Programs are also offered for those with severe or complex symptoms as an alternative to residential treatment programs. A specialized group of clinicians provide psycho-developmental, psycho-educational, and psychological assessment services.
This two-year full-time clinical residency is a training program in Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology. Postdoctoral Residents will be license-eligible after the first year of the residency program, and strongly encouraged to obtain their license at that point. This program provides Residents with the opportunity to continue specialty training in Cognitive Behavioral Psychology for one year following eligibility for licensure, including the experience to develop skills in clinical supervision as a second-year resident.
· All Residents must have completed a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from an APA-accredited academic program before beginning the post-doctoral residency.
· All Residents must have completed 2,000 hours in an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship in Psychology prior to the start of the residency year.
· Residents with a specific interest in the treatment of neurobiological conditions and/or prior clinical training or research experience with these populations will be preferred.
· Residents who have prior experience or training in Cognitive Behavioral treatments are encouraged to apply.
· Please submit a hardcopy of the following materials by the application deadline.
· Statement of interest indicating goals for the post-doctoral residency and long-term career plans
· Curriculum vitae
· Letters of reference from three doctoral-level professionals who previously supervised or have had experience with the applicant’s training
· Letter from the applicant’s internship Training Director that an APA-accredited internship will be completed prior to the desired start date of the residency program
· Letter from the applicant’s graduate Training Director that the applicant’s doctoral degree has been awarded or that the dissertation defense is scheduled prior to the start date of the residency program
· Graduate transcripts
· Copies of relevant publications
40 K plus 4K in continuing education
Accreditation Status: The postdoctoral residency is at the Neurobehavioral Institute (NBI) a current member of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC). It is not accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association (APA).
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Position Title: Licensed Psychotherapist
Position Type: Full and Part Time
Synergos Counseling is looking for qualified licensed therapists (LSW, LMFT, LPC, PhD, PsyD, APSW, LPC-IT) to join our team 2-5 days a week (part-time or full-time) at our Madison, Wisconsin locations. Psychotherapists working to obtain hours toward licensure in the State of Wisconsin with solid training in CBT and other evidence-based therapies are encouraged to apply. Our ideal applicant has experience providing evidenced based and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy & counseling to children, teens, & or adults with anxiety/depression problems and a solid understanding of these methods (or strong willingness & commitment to learn). Applicants must be dedicated to collaborating with both Synergos staff as well as providers in the community working with our clients. We are looking for those passionate about providing a comprehensive and high level of care to our clients. Feel free to email us at Nicole@synergoscounseling.com or call our office at 608-405-5111 for additional information. We also have postings on our website and LinkedIn profile.
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Competitive with paid vacation, 401K,etc
President of Synergos Counseling
Company Website: www.findyourbase.com
Position Title: Licensed Psychologist
Position Type: Full Time
BASE is a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy specialty practice that has been founded as a partnership between Dr. Kristin Daley and Dr. Andrea Umbach. We are located in Charlotte, NC. Our mission is to move the field of psychology forward through our regular integration of evidence-based interventions, assessment of client progress, participation in training psychological professionals, and active engagement in research. Our team is made up of exceptionally trained providers who utilize evidence-based interventions to help clients thrive. Our ideal provider will practice in a manner that is consistent with the BASE mission of moving the practice of psychology forward. This would be demonstrated by doctoral-level education, or master’s level education with at least five years of clinical practice. Our ideal clinician will have a specialty area they have pursued both clinically, and professionally through ongoing education such as attending conferences, reading scientific journals, participating in continuing education, and membership in professional societies. We are particularly interested in providers who specialize in cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, eating disorders, depression, or trauma.
Requirements/Qualifications: See job description.
Salary: Competitive compensation
Job Posting URL: https://www.findyourbase.com/j
Company Website: www.instituteofliving.org/adc
Position Title: Clinical Psychologists & Social Workers
Position Type: Full Time
The Anxiety Disorders Center/Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (ADC/CCBT; Director: David Tolin, Ph.D.) at the Institute of Living/Hartford Hospital is planning to expand operations in Summer 2019 to a satellite clinic in central Connecticut. The ADC/CCBT is a combined clinical and research unit specializing in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for anxiety- and mood-related problems, and applied research on the nature and treatment of anxiety and related disorders.
We anticipate hiring 4 full-time clinical staff members and would like to hire a mix of clinical psychologists and social workers. Applicants with experience treating children and adolescents are especially encouraged to apply, though we are interested in applicants with an adult focus as well.
Other duties, depending on background and interest, may include supervision of graduate clinicians, working as a therapist or assessor in clinical trials, assisting with study coordination, and participating in scholarly activity such as writing articles and chapters, conducting workshops and trainings, etc.
Qualifications include a Connecticut license or license-eligible, and training and experience with CBT.
Founded in 1822, The Institute of Living was one of the first mental health centers in the United States. Located on 35 acres landscaped by Frederick Law Olmsted, The Institute of Living lies near the center of Hartford, CT, and grants easy access to New York City and Boston. Becoming a Division of Hartford Hospital in 1994, it remains one of America's leading not-for-profit centers for comprehensive patient care, research and education in the fields of behavioral, psychiatric, and addiction disorders. It has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report as one of the nation’s top psychiatric facilities.
Company Website: www.gatewayocd.com
Position Title: Mental Health Specialist
Position Type: Full Time
Expanding private practice looking for an enthusiastic and reliable professional with an interest in treating anxiety disorders, specifically Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and related conditions.
Our Southern California-based practice is expanding, as well as our Bay Area location. We are looking for a dependable person with a positive attitude who thrives in a busy multidisciplinary clinical environment. Training will be provided for each candidate.
Ideal candidate must have the following:
Licensed Clinical Psychologist or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist experienced working with OCD preferred.
Minimum 2+ Years of experience in OCD treatment
Basic knowledge of anxiety disorders and general psychiatric pathology.
Excellent verbal communication and writing skills (spelling, grammar, style)
Registered and in good standing with the Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS)
Proficiency in Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.
Dependable, punctual, reliable, and professional a must!
Conduct CBT and ERP with patients diagnosed with OCD and/or other anxiety disorders.
Conduct assessments with prospective clients.
Correspond with prospective patients seeking information about our treatment program
Develop behavioral treatment programs for patients
Maintain excellent relationships with patients, doctors, hospitals, and staff
Aide the Director in clinical practice, manage phone calls, correspondence, patient scheduling and emails Compensation based on experience.
♦Please, no phone calls.
♦♦ If interested, please fax your resume to (714) 549-1115
Licensed Professional: 2 years
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
2 years experience treating OCD
We have two positions available (Oakland location and our Costa Mesa location.)
No phone calls please. Please fax your resume to (714) 549-1115
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