Our adult outpatient psychiatry service is expanding and we are looking for clinical psychologists who welcome the challenge and satisfaction of providing behavioral health care to a diverse population in collaboration with a motivated group of clinicians, researchers and educators. Our psychologists provide clinical services and contribute to research and other academic activities such as teaching and providing supervision.
The Clinical Assistant Professor will serve as a Clinical Psychologist in our outpatient clinic located in the newly renovated Putnam Hall on the South Campus of Stony Brook University, and may include integration with medical subspecialty areas. Responsibilities include direct patient care (at least 80% effort), including diagnostic evaluations, individual and group psychotherapy, and research/academic activities (up to 20% effort). Shifts totaling forty hours per week, including the possibility of evening hours; 50-100% of appointments/work via telehealth.
PhD/PsyD in Clinical Psychology from APA-accredited program. Experience in evidence-based treatment modalities. New York State license or eligibility.
Experience with providing time-limited cognitive behavioral treatment and other psychotherapy treatments in line with the evidence-based practice in psychology to adults in outpatient settings.
Experience with providing dialectical behavior therapy
Experience with providing evidence based treatments for PTSD
A track record of teaching and supervision
A track record of scholarly work and dissemination through publication in peer reviewed journals and/or presentation at scientific meetings.
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For questions regarding this position, please contact Brian Krempa at 631-638-1927.
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