Psychologist/Social Worker Job Opening at Columbia University Irving Medical Center Position Titles: Associate in Clinical/Instructor/Assistant Professor level positions in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC) Job Description: There are immediate openings for licensed clinical social workers or psychologists at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center Faculty Practice Organization offices in NYC.
The Department of Psychiatry is seeking social workers or psychologists assigned to work in the Faculty Practice Organization at CUIMC. These are full-time, clinical positions in an outpatient setting. Primary responsibilities involve conducting diagnostic/intake evaluations of adults, as well as individual and group therapy utilizing evidence-supported treatments. Ideal applicants should have previous experience providing outpatient treatment, strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work well across disciplines and function effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary team. Additional preference for candidates with experience in evidence-supported treatment delivery for trauma, depression, anxiety, sleep problems and/or personality disorders.
Candidates will have opportunities to attend case conferences, peer supervision, and Grand Rounds at CUIMC. Candidates will work closely with a clinical team, including other psychologists/social workers, psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse-practitioners. Opportunities may exist for clinical supervision and teaching.
Internal Number: 5289
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