- Select, administer, and score psychological and neuropsychological tests to assess intellectual functioning, neuropsychological status, personality structure, interest, aptitudes, adaptive function, and academic achievement.
- Interpret assessment results with regard to understanding brain-behavior relationships, using findings based on current research in neuropsychological assessment and available evidence-based approaches.
- Write comprehensive neuropsychological assessment reports including diagnostic interpretations and next step management/strategy plans.
- Participate in weekly case conferences or interdisciplinary staff meetings as needed to discuss and evaluate the diagnoses and treatment/management of patients and formulate rehabilitation plans.
- Provide interpretative information to parents and/or primary caregivers (including teachers, therapists); may provide short-term counseling to parents for effecting changes in child management.
- Conduct intake interviews to ascertain the needs of clients and document the results of this interview.
- Assist the Department Director and Clinical Director in the development of clinical initiatives.
- Enter results from all assessments into the Neuropsychology Department and/or database.
- Enter reports into the KKI Electronic Health Record (EHR) system.
- Maintain productivity standards.
- Maintain documentation and reporting standards.
Doctoral degree in Psychology from an APA/CPA-accredited college or university is required.
Completion of APA/CPA-accredited pre-doctoral internship, with supervised experience in clinical neuropsychology, is required.
Two-year postdoctoral residency is in clinical neuropsychology is required.
Minimum of 2 years experience in working with a population of children with intellectual/developmental disabilities is required. This experience may be satisfied through postdoctoral residency training in clinical neuropsychology.
Children’s of Alabama Birmingham, AL
8:00 – 5:00
Ph.D. is required
- Job Summary
- Provides outpatient and inpatient neuropsychological services to children and adolescents. May provide supervision, training, and teaching within Children’s Behavioral Health (CBH), Children’s Hospital (CH) and the Children’s Health System (CHS). Work closely with pediatric medical teams to provide behavioral health services to patients.
- Doctoral degree (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) from American Psychological Association-accredited program in psychology.
- Completed internship from American Psychological Association-accredited program. One year of experience in a pediatric medical setting or Post Doc in a pediatric medical setting required.
- Licensures, Certifications, and/or Registries
- Current license to practice Psychology issued by the Board of Examiners in Psychology of the State of Alabama. Specialty area, registered with the Board of Examiners in Psychology of the State of Alabama as part of licensing process must include psychological services to children and adolescents.
Apple Valley, MN
Nystrom & Associates, Ltd. is seeking a full-time or part-time Neuropsychologist to provide neuropsychological assessments, psychological assessments, and/or therapy to children (ages 3+), adolescents, and/or adults at our Apple Valley, MN clinic. We are a team of mental health professionals that specialize in psychiatric evaluations, psychological assessments, clinical social work, and family therapy. Qualified candidates will have prior neuropsychological assessment experience and be proficient completing the full evaluation from an intake through presenting assessment results.
Duties of this position will include:
- Provide neuropsychological assessments to children (ages 3+), adolescents, and/or adults
- Designs and implements treatment plans and ongoing therapy reflective of patient needs, following all Department of Human Services related standards
- Provide clinical supervision to Master’s or Doctorate Level Candidates if candidate meets eligibility requirements
- Maintain legible and organized outpatient records in accordance with policy requirements
- Attend and participate in all clinical staff meetings including case and peer reviews
- Follow policies and procedures of Nystrom & Associates, Ltd
- Responsible for timely completion of Managed Care applications and ongoing documentation as needed
- Other duties as assigned
• PhD or PsyD Required
• Active and unrestricted LP license
• Must be comfortable working with children, adolescents, and/or adults
NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST – NEXUS NEURORECOVERY CENTER
Conroe , Texas
Ensures that scope of duties and services provided are consistent and within the guidelines of the Texas State Board of Psychological Examiners.
Provides neuropsychological evaluations to facility patient population and outpatients.
Provides intervention services to address the cognitive, emotional, behavioral, pain, and fatigue issues to facility patient population and outpatients.
Provides professional guidance, training and supervision to Masters-level professionals, interns, graduate students, and/or fellows, as appropriate.
Provides administrative leadership in the execution of clinical support operations.
Participates in the facility admissions process as needed.
Attends team planning meetings and family conferences for facility residents and outpatients, as needed. Collaborates with treatment team in development of the resident’s individual treatment plan.
Participates in marketing and referral development as deemed appropriate by facility administrator.
Assumes responsibility for communicating with facility corporate officers, owners, partners on a regular basis and as needed basis to insure development and operations consistent with company policy and philosophy.
Ensures compliance and good standing with licensing, certification and accreditation groups.
Trains direct care staff members on a variety of cognitive, emotional adjustment, behavioral management topics throughout the year.
Actively participates in new program development and program enhancement.
Serves as active member of Outcomes committee, assisting in determining appropriate tools for use and data to be collected.
Provides leadership on development of outcomes tools for proprietary publication.
Leads special projects as assigned.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Shepherd Share, Atlanta, GA
The Department of Neuropsychology at Shepherd Center in Atlanta, Georgia is pleased to announce that it is recruiting an additional full-time Clinical Neuropsychologist.
The neuropsychologist would provide direct care within Shepherd Center’s Complex Concussion Clinic and The SHARE Military Initiative Program, which provides rehabilitation and community-based care to U.S. military service members who have served post-9/11 and have sustained a mild brain injury and are experiencing comorbid PTSD, depression, and other anxiety-related disorders.
Both programs are co-located in a newly renovated facility, which has state-of-the-art rehabilitation equipment and utilizes Shepherd’s full rehabilitation continuum of evaluation and treatment services for those who have sustained brain injury. The neuropsychologist will join an established department that currently has seven neuropsychologists, as well as neuropsychology trainees, rehabilitation counselors, and psychometricians.
- PhD or PsyD from an APA-approved program in Clinical Psychology / Neuropsychology
- An APA-accredited internship that conforms to Houston Conference Guidelines
- Two-year postdoctoral fellowship/residency in Clinical Neuropsychology
- Eligible for board certification in Clinical Neuropsychology
- Licensed as a psychologist in the State of Georgia or eligible for licensure in Georgia
- Advanced knowledge of psychological diagnosis, intervention, and behavioral health that qualifies him/her to provide advice and consultation to professionals representing a variety of disciplines
- Training and experience in the treatment of mental health disorders, including providing empirically validated treatments for PTSD
- Preferred experience working with military personnel and individuals with brain injuries
Clinical Assessments in Austin, Texas
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University of California – Irvine-
|This individual will be part of a multidisciplinary neuro-oncology team in the Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery at UC Irvine Medical Center in Orange, CA. The primary focus will be neuropsychological assessment using standardized neuropsychological approaches for adult neuro-oncology patients considering treatment including surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation therapy. In addition, this individual will consult with patient families and caregivers regarding necessary support and interventions when applicable. This individual will collaborate with treating faculty and allied health professional team to plan and direct each patient’s treatment program.|