Expertise in evidence-based therapy and behavioral approaches for improving psychiatric outcomes among children and adolescents, and skilled in behavioral management approaches.
Knowledge and experience with family therapy and family systems/structural models.
Knowledge and ability to provide intermittent child and adolescent psychological assessments.
Knowledge and ability to provide effective supervision and education to psychiatry residents in clinical domains of expertise.
Experience and ability to treat children and adolescents who present with trauma and safety concerns, development delays, autism, and neurodevelopmental disorders.
The psychologist will demonstrate knowledge and competency of evidence-based diagnostic methods, psychotherapy, and measurement-based methods to demonstrate clinical outcomes.
The psychologist will be knowledgeable of methods and models for promoting delivery of psychological services to a culturally diverse population and geographic catchment.
The psychologist will work well as an independent provider and function effectively as part of an interdisciplinary team-based culture and structure.
The psychologist will maintain necessary requirements for a non-tenure academic appointment with Virginia Tech-Carilion School of Medicine; requirements include, but are not limited to, effective and competent teaching and supervision of psychiatry residents and medical students.
The psychologist will be encouraged to participate in or develop funded research and program development opportunities with emphasis on translational research and outcomes; competency and knowledge of research methods and demonstration of historical research activities is preferred.
The psychologist will be familiar with ethical, professional, and state regulations and standards for use of telehealth in delivery of psychological services.
Education: PhD or PsyD from an APA or CPA-accredited clinical psychology graduate program. Successful completion of an APA or CPA-accredited doctoral internship.
Experience: Minimum supervised resident and postdoctoral hours for licensure as required the Virginia Board of Psychology. Completion of a specialty post-doctoral fellowship in the field of Child and Adolescent Psychology is desired, but not required.
License, certification, and/or registration: Active Virginia licensure as a clinical psychologist, or able to obtain a Virginia license to practice as a clinical psychologist by time of employment.
Other Minimum Qualifications: Meets Carilion Clinic credentialing requirements. Ability to work cooperatively and professionally with physicians and other health care providers. Committed to continuing education.
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Headquartered in Roanoke, Va., you will find a robust system of award winning hospitals, Level 1 and 3 trauma centers, Level 3 NICU, Institute of Orthopedics and Neurosciences, multi-specialty physician practices, and The Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute.
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Carilion Clinic is a not-for-profit health care organization serving nearly one million people in Virginia through hospitals, outpatient specialty centers and advanced primary care practices. Led by multi-specialty physician teams with a shared philosophy that puts the patient first, Carilion is committed to improving outcomes for every patient while advancing the quality of care through medical education and research.