Faculty Psychologist

first_imgFaculty Psychologist PositionCARES InstituteThe Child Abuse Research Education and Service (CARES) Institute atthe Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Stratford,New Jersey is currently seeking a Licensed PhD, PsyD, or EdD for afull-time faculty position with research, clinical, and supervisoryexperience in the field of childhood trauma. The CARES Instituteconducts cutting-edge research in the field of childhood trauma andthe ideal candidate would have interest in one or more of thefollowing potential research areas: the implementation ofTrauma-focused CBT, treatment processes, dissemination ofevidence-based practices, the treatment of trauma-related childhooddepression, child problematic sexual behaviors, and secondarytraumatic stress. Published research samples, demonstrated skillswriting grants, and/or potential to attract research funding arevery desirable. Clinical responsibilities include conductingassessments of children who have experienced trauma/maltreatmentand providing evidence-based therapy to children and familiesimpacted by child sexual abuse, physical abuse, and other traumas.Additional assessment opportunities may include conducting mentalhealth screenings for children entering foster care andcomprehensive psychological evaluations in cases of unclear sexualabuse allegations. Applicants will also be expected to providesupervision to trainees/staff and participate in diverseprofessional activities in collaboration with a dedicated team ofmultidisciplinary professionals, under the clinical direction ofEsther Deblinger, PhD, co-developer of Trauma-focused CBT.Salary is competitive, secure, and accompanied by a full benefitspackage. Our campus is located approximately 15 miles from centercity Philadelphia, 1 hour from the beach, and 2 hours from New YorkCity. Rowan University is an Affirmative Action/Equal OpportunityEmployer m/f/d/v, and a member of the University Health System ofNew Jersey.Advertised: Jan 21 2020 Eastern Standard TimeApplications close:last_img read more

Its never too early to start thinking about the N

first_imgIt’s never too early to start thinking about the NFL Draft, especially if you’re a fan of a team that’s in the middle of a nine-game losing streak.That’s the boat Arizona Cardinals fans are in. And considering the woeful play the team has gotten from the quarterback position during the skid, fans will be happy with what ESPN/Scouts, Inc. draft expert Todd McShay has Arizona doing in his very early 2013 mock draft. Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactcenter_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo McShay has the Cardinals tabbing West Virginia signal caller Geno Smith with the eighth overall selection.There is still a lot of work to do on the top quarterbacks, but the question at this point is how high a team will reach for the top player a the position. It’s easy to argue the Cardinals need a quarterback as badly as any team in the NFL right now, and when Smith is on, his mechanics, footwork and confidence make him an effective passer.Smith got off to a tremendous start in 2012, throwing for 1,996 yards with 24 touchdown passes and zero interceptions during the Mountaineers’ 5-0 start. West Virginia finished the season 7-5 and Smith ended up throwing 40 touchdowns and finished fifth in the nation in passing efficiency.Smith stands 6-foot-3 and weighs 214 pounds — decent size for an NFL signal caller. McShay currently has Smith ranked as the top quarterback in the 2013 draft crop and 23rd-ranked player overall. The Cardinals last drafted a quarterback in the first round in 2006, when they nabbed USC’s Matt Leinart with the tenth overall pick. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retireslast_img read more