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  • 30 Mar 2021 12:27 PM | Amy Safford (Administrator)

     Job Description: Atlantic Academy is a special purpose private school that specializes in providing evidence-based programming to Maine most vulnerable at-risk youth. We are seeking a licensed clinician to join our team of committed and dynamic professionals in August, 2021. This position will serve both our Camden and Unity locations.

    Qualifications:

    Education: Graduate from an accredited college or university with a Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology, or education.

    License: Must hold current licensure/credential as required by the state of Maine to perform professional therapy/counseling services, and within the guidelines to perform Section 65, Behavioral Health Day Treatment services (LCPC, LCSW, LMSW, LMFT, Psychologist).

    Minimum Experience: At least two (2) years professional, clinical experience providing direct services to children and adolescents. One (1) year experience developing treatment plans and making DSM diagnoses.

    Preferred Experience: Training in one of the following orientations: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Training in trauma-informed care. Demonstrated ability working within a day treatment setting and collaborating with Board Certified Behavior Analysts, and school administration. Experience running social-emotional skills groups. Experience working with children and adolescents in crisis. Experience working with families and connecting them with community resources. Experience working within the Behavioral Health service model of MaineCare.

    Performance Responsibilities:

    • Performs clinical services ordered by a student’s IEP/ITP team with individual students to address remedial, personal, social, or emotional problems that interfere with their educational and social progress.
    • Performs clinical services within the guidelines of Section 65 Behavioral Health Day Treatment services.
    • Conducts intake assessments of new students entering Atlantic Academy by developing Comprehensive Assessment (CA).
    • In collaboration with the treatment team, develops Individualized Treatment Plan (ITP).
    • Conducts annual CAs and ITPs on existing students.
    • Meets with students weekly to perform clinical services.
    • Conducts as-needed groups to address social and emotional needs.
    • Provides as-needed crisis intervention.
    • Conducts quarterly reviews regarding student progress towards identified clinical goals.
    • Develops measurable and appropriate IEP/ITP goals for student caseload; collects data on clinical goal progress; and develops progress notes after each clinical session.
    • Performs casework service with parents as an integral part of the task of helping students, to increase the parents’ understanding, their constructive participation in resolving their child’s problems, and their knowledge and use of appropriate resources available.
    • Consults and collaborates with other school personnel in gathering and giving information on a case, and in establishing and planning for respective roles in the modification of the student’s behavior.
    • Supervises the referral of students to, and serves as liaison with, such outside agencies as the Department of Human Services, Department of Mental Health, and Department of Corrections, as appropriate.
    • Makes home visits, when appropriate, for the purpose of gathering helpful information on a student’s background and needs.
    • Serves as liaison between home and school when considerable follow-up is necessary, as in welfare cases, foster home children, and at risk students.
    • Prepares and submits required reports in a timely manner.
    • Keeps records of cases for use by school administration and special education staff
    • Participates as an active member of the IEP team.
    • Collaborates with treatment team to identify staff training needs.
    • Co-supervises staff in implementing best-practices for at-risk students.

    Reports to: Clinical Director

    Terms of Employment: Evaluation: The basis of the evaluation will be the extent to which the performance responsibilities of the job are successfully completed and the extent to which yearly action plans and job goals are met. The Clinician Director will perform the evaluation.

    Note: The above job description reflects the general requirements necessary to describe the principle functions or responsibilities of the job identified and shall not be interpreted as a detailed description of all work requirements that may be inherent in the job, either at present or in the future.

    Salary & Benefits: Very competitive salary, DOE. Health, dental, PTO, continuing education reimbursement, and up to six weeks off built into the school schedule.

    Please send CL and resume to jed@atbehavior.com if interested. For more information about Atlantic Academy, please visit www.atbehavior.com

  • 11 Mar 2021 4:19 PM | Amy Safford (Administrator)

    The Edmund N. Ervin Pediatric Center (EEPC) at MaineGeneral Health, is seeking a full-time, doctoral level Child/Adolescent Psychologist to join our innovative, inter-disciplinary team. The team is dedicated to providing a full range of specialized services to children and families. You would join a team that includes developmental/behavioral pediatricians, 6 other child psychologists, clinical social workers, and occupational, physical and speech therapists.

    Details and Requirements:

    • Doctoral level training and experience in evaluation and treatment of children and adolescents presenting with a wide array of, behavioral, and developmental challenges, including children who have experienced trauma and neglect.
    • Provide evaluations including standardized testing, both as individual psychological assessments, and as part of interdisciplinary evaluation teams.
    • Training in evidence-based individual, family and group treatment for children.
    • Ability to collaborate with primary care providers at MaineGeneral to support their care of children who have developmental and behavioral needs.
    • Must be licensed or immediately license-eligible in Maine

    Benefits include:

    • Comprehensive benefits package including health, dental and vision insurance
    • Educational loan repayment
    • CME allowance and days off to attend conferences
    • Relocation Assistance

    About the Pediatric Center

    Since opening in 1958, the EEPC has provided comprehensive interdisciplinary assessments and therapeutic interventions for a range of childhood difficulties including speech, motor, emotional and behavioral. In addition to developmental assessments, our staff provides comprehensive assessments of the medical and behavioral needs of children entering temporary state protective custody. Located in Augusta, Maine’s state capital, our physicians and psychologists are very involved in programs that help develop medical and mental health policy. We have close working relationships with many academic institutions and teach undergraduate and graduate students as well as host family medicine residents from the Maine Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency Program.

    Apply at: MaineGeneral Careers


  • 08 Mar 2021 12:06 PM | Amy Safford (Administrator)

    If you are a licensed psychologist working in academia, college counseling, agencies, hospitals or private practice, and you want to be part of a vibrate and engaged team of Maine psychologists, this part-time, flexible position may be perfect for you! Our telepsychology affiliates supplement their income by $32,000 to $68,000 annually by contracting 8-16 hours per week.

    PSM is Maine’s largest private outpatient behavioral health practice staffed by licensed psychologists and a full administrative team. Our mission is to help you realize your full potential as a psychologist, so you can help your clients reach theirs.

    Benefits

    • Generous compensation
    • Bi-weekly pay based on production (no waiting for collections!)
    • Fully remote
    • Set your own schedule 8-16 hours weekly
    • Steady stream of adult client referrals & waitlist
    • HIPAA teletherapy platforms
    • EHR platform for easy documentation & scheduling
    • Full administrative support (no billing or collections!)
    • All new intakes scheduled and confirmed for you
    • Clinical worksheet and treatment manual library
    • Exceptional consultation group with experienced psychologists
    • Free PSM sponsored CEUs
    • PSM Google Workspace account and Gmail

    Contact:

    Julie Quimby, PhD drquimby@psychologyspecialistsme.com

    207-607-4022 

    14 Maine Street, Ste 309, Brunswick, ME 04011

    Www.psychologyspecialistsme.com


  • 05 Mar 2021 1:51 PM | Amy Safford (Administrator)

    The clinical psychotherapist provides individual, group, and family psychotherapy to a small caseload of young adults, who are residing in our program houses in Southern Maine. We are a boutique, private-pay, residential program that provides a suite of transitional support services to young adults, age 18 to 28, who fit the failure to launch profile. These are young adults who struggle with a mix of anxiety, depression, attention deficits, and learning issues that have interfered with their ability to live independently. We utilize a treatment team approach and provide them with support in the areas of education, executive functioning, life skills, wellness, and therapeutic work. Although we use an integrated therapeutic model, we do emphasize psychodynamic formulation as the basis for understanding our residents.

    We are committed to providing exceptional therapeutic services and to this end, our clinicians participate in supervision, case conferences, and on-going trainings. In the last year our clinicians have participated in trainings in Mentalization Based Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Transference Focused Psychotherapy. This is an exciting position that incorporates interesting clinical work and opportunities for study of varied clinical techniques. We also utilize an experiential therapy model that puts our clinical work in the context of activities.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Provide individual, group, and family psychotherapy
    • Complete diagnostic intakes on admission and discharge summaries on graduation
    • Complete supportive clinical notes and treatment plans

    REQUIRED SKILLS, EDUCATION, and EXPERIENCE:

    We are currently seeking exceptional clinicians with minimum 3 years of direct clinical experience working in mental health settings with adolescents and/or young adults. Our applicant should have a strong understanding of clinical work that includes experience and familiarity with varied theoretical interventions and modalities.

    • Master’s degree or higher in psychology, counseling, social work, or a related field and active clinical license in the State of Maine.
    • Three (3) years direct clinical experience, ideally working with young adults.
    • Required to have dependable, inspected automobile, a valid driver's license, and automobile insurance, and ability to pass a comprehensive background check.
    • Strong moral character, with demonstrated ability to be firm in principle and flexible in application. Demonstrated capacity to provide compassionate care to marginalized populations.
    • Ability to represent the organization’s interests while maintaining professional presentation and mannerisms.
    • Personal organizational habits that demonstrate both personal accountability and initiative. Fosters team effectiveness, accountability, and quality.
    • Strong time management skills.
    • Excellent communication/writing/editing skills, comfortable learning and applying new technologies, proficient in accessing/managing web-based applications and electronic record management systems.

    COMPENSATION:

    Cornerstones of Maine provides a generous compensation package that includes base salary, performance bonuses, healthcare contribution, short term disability, long term disability, whole life insurance, term life insurance, paid time off, 401k with matching, professional development allowance, employee computer program, and more.

    Cornerstones of Maine is a diversity inclusive program and is committed to enriching the therapeutic experience it offers through the diversity of our staff members. We seek to recruit and support a broadly diverse team who will contribute to the program's diversity of viewpoints. We encourage applications from individuals from underrepresented groups, including people of color, staff with diverse gender identities, and individuals who have followed non-traditional pathways to the mental health field due to exceptional talent and motivation in the face of adversity, such as societal, economic or academic disadvantages. Cornerstones of Maine maintains a collegial work environment. We pride ourselves on providing excellent services to our residents, while also creating a staff culture that is reflective of the environment we are setting in the home.

    Apply at https://cornerstonesofmaine.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=20

    If you have any questions, contact: Human Resources, Cornerstones of Maine, 800-588-6898, mclose@cornerstonesofmaine.com

  • 25 Feb 2021 12:02 PM | Amy Safford (Administrator)

    Northern Light Acadia Hospital has an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Psychologist to join our team in Bangor, Maine!

    Opportunity:

    • Perform psychological testing
    • Serve as a clinical resource to our interdisciplinary care teams.
    • Provide group psychotherapy to adult and adolescent patients on our inpatient psychiatric units.
    • This role reports directly to the Director of Psychology Services
    • Requirements:
    • Be well-trained in all aspects of the practice of psychology.
    • Clinical skills should be relevant to the client population served (e.g., adult, children, adolescents, persons with chemical dependency problems)
    • A high level of analytical skill and ability to structure time independently is required.
    • Qualified candidates must have a Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Psychology
    • Must be licensed or license eligible to practice psychology in Maine.

    Why Northern Light Acadia Hospital?

    • Robust Compensation and Benefits Package
    • Student Loan Reimbursement Programs
    • Relocation Reimbursement
    • Sign on Bonus
    • Flexible Schedules and Exceptional Work/Life Balance
    • Generous PTO benefits
    • Leadership and Teaching Opportunities
    • Stipends Available for Certain Board Certifications

    Northern Light Acadia Hospital, located in Bangor, Maine is an acute care, regional psychiatric teaching hospital. Acadia Hospital is the “hub” of a comprehensive behavioral health service line within Northern Light Health that serves communities throughout the state. We provide inpatient and outpatient behavioral health care for children, teens, and adults while specializing in the treatment of mental illness and substance use disorders. In addition, we offer innovative programming in the form of behavioral health home, integrated behavioral healthcare in primary care practices, general hospital psychiatry, and an extensive telepsychiatry network.

    Bangor, Maine is a vibrant small city with easy access to Maine's spectacular coast, mountains, and lakes. Schools rank among New England's best and our surrounding communities are family-oriented. Nearby Universities including the University of Maine’s flagship campus being located in the neighboring town of Orono, offer opportunity for career, culture, education, sports and entertainment. Bangor serves as the regional hub for medicine, the arts, and commerce. Bangor International Airport offers direct and one-stop service to most major destinations.

    If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact:

    Kelsey Anderson, LCSW, Provider Recruiter

    Phone: 207.973.5358 Email: providerjobs@northernlight.org


  • 19 Feb 2021 8:32 AM | Amy Safford (Administrator)

    Full Time - Days

    The Center for Autism and Developmental Disorders, a division of Maine Behavioral Healthcare, is seeking a Behavioral Psychologist in South Portland to focus on assessment and treatment of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities with co-occurring behavioral and emotional challenges. The position provides outpatient behavioral and psychological evaluations and treatment for this population, supported by a clinic team of other providers. This is an exciting opportunity for an academically-inclined psychologist to join a growing, nationally-recognized program that includes treatment, research and professional training for this population.

    This position is full-time and will join an expert multi-disciplinary team in the care of adults and older youth with developmental disorders and co-occurring behavioral health challenges. Multiple clinical research studies are being performed in our service, producing a rich learning environment, in addition to a bi-weekly DD case conference and access to a multi-level system of care for the population. This position joins a group of 3 psychologists and 8 BCBAs specializing in the population, together serving an exciting and growing specialty program that extends from acute inpatient to partial hospital to day treatment and outpatient clinic.

    This position is targeted to begin in summer, 2021 when the new Center of Excellence facility is opening. Competitive salary and strong benefits package including paid CEU days and $1,500 CEU allowance.

    Qualifications:

    · Licensure or license eligible as a PhD or PsyD in the State of Maine.

    · Certification from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst or significant training in the use of ABA principles to assess and treat problem behaviors.

    · Must display strong interpersonal, planning, analytical skills, professionalism, and maturity.

    · Strong verbal and written communication skills.

    To apply, please click here or visit www.careersatmainehealth.org.

    About Maine Behavioral Healthcare

    Maine Behavioral Healthcare has become a unified organization committed to providing the highest quality of care to our clients and patients. Our goal is to become Maine’s first choice for integrated behavioral healthcare and a regional and national model for the future.

    With a service area covering the Greater Portland area and a large part of southern Maine, a career with Maine Behavioral Healthcare gives you the opportunity to live, work and play in one of the most beautiful areas of the country. Southern Maine offers natural beauty, four-season recreational opportunities and a wealth of historic and cultural attractions. Wherever you settle, you will have easy access to Maine’s picturesque coast and sandy beaches, and its countless mountains, lakes and rivers. Portland itself was recently named the most livable city in America by Forbes Magazine.

    MaineHealth values diversity and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Federal and state laws prohibit discrimination in employment because of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status.


  • 28 Jan 2021 9:16 AM | Amy Safford (Administrator)

    The Bates College Department of Psychology invites applications for a two-year position as Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology in developmental psychology, beginning August 2021. The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and supervision of undergraduate research, as well as demonstrated success in working with underrepresented and marginalized student populations. The teaching load is 5 courses each year, and the candidate will be expected to supervise senior thesis research projects. The successful candidate will be expected to teach developmental psychology and additional courses in their area of specialty. Courses that complement the curriculum in the psychology department are desirable. The area of specialization within developmental psychology is open but candidates whose teaching and/or research address gender, race, and/or ethnicity are especially encouraged to apply. Candidates should either hold the Ph.D. in psychology or be ABD in a psychology Ph.D. program. The college’s mission statement celebrates “the transformative power of our differences.” Accordingly, we believe that campus diversity contributes to student learning, and we embrace our college’s aim to extend access to a Bates education to an ever wider range of students. Candidates who can enhance the diversity of the faculty and/or support an increasingly diverse student body are encouraged to apply.

    Given the ongoing complications posed by COVID-19, selected candidates will be interviewed only via Zoom. To learn more about the psychology department, Bates College, and the Lewiston/Auburn community in Maine, please visit this site.

    Consideration of applications begins February 25, 2021, and will continue until the position is filled. Materials should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, three confidential letters of recommendation, unofficial graduate transcripts, statements on teaching and research, and teaching evaluations (if available). We ask candidates to comment on their ability to support a diverse student body and contribute to campus diversity in their teaching/research materials. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background check.

    Interfolio link: http://apply.interfolio.com/78793


  • 28 Jan 2021 9:11 AM | Amy Safford (Administrator)

    The Bates College Department of Psychology invites applications for a one-year position as Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, beginning August 2021. The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and supervision of undergraduate research, as well as demonstrated success in working with underrepresented and marginalized student populations. The teaching load is 5 courses each year, and the candidate will be expected to supervise senior thesis research projects. The successful candidate will be expected to teach introductory psychology and additional courses in their area of specialty. We seek individuals who could offer courses in clinical/counseling, cognitive, personality, or social psychology. Courses that complement the curriculum in the psychology department are desirable. Candidates should either hold the Ph.D. in psychology or be ABD in a psychology Ph.D. program. The college’s mission statement celebrates “the transformative power of our differences.” Accordingly, we believe that campus diversity contributes to student learning, and we embrace our college’s aim to extend access to a Bates education to an ever wider range of students. Candidates who can enhance the diversity of the faculty and/or support an increasingly diverse student body are encouraged to apply.

    Given the ongoing complications posed by COVID-19, selected candidates will be interviewed only via Zoom. To learn more about the psychology department, Bates College, and the Lewiston/Auburn community in Maine, please visit this site.

    Consideration of applications begins February 25, 2021, and will continue until the position is filled. Materials should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, three confidential letters of recommendation, unofficial graduate transcripts, statements on teaching and research, and teaching evaluations (if available). We ask candidates to comment on their ability to support a diverse student body and contribute to campus diversity in their teaching/research materials. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background check.

    APPLY HERE:  http://apply.interfolio.com/83301


  • 23 Nov 2020 10:16 AM | Amy Safford (Administrator)

    I am hoping to sublet office space in York (or close by) on a part-time basis for the purpose of child and adolescent neuropsychological assessment. I am hoping to start seeing patients in early/mid 2021, with start-date negotiable. I initially will only be utilizing the office a few days per month for in-person testing, while conducting other aspects of assessment via tele-health. Please contact me at jmoldover@drmoldover.com with interest. 

  • 22 Oct 2020 1:20 PM | Amy Safford (Administrator)

    Maine Behavioral Healthcare, South Portland, ME

    Full Time, Day

    Maine Behavioral Healthcare is seeking a Psychologist -Center for Autism and Developmental Disorders (CADD) in South Portland. The Child Psychologist will work within our growing outpatient clinic at the Center for Autism and Developmental Disorders (CADD). Primary clinical responsibilities include conducting psychological and diagnostic evaluations, analyzing and interpreting data, and completing comprehensive evaluation reports including treatment recommendations. The psychologist should have specific training and experience with assessments to diagnose Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), including the ADOS-2. The candidate should possess strong interpersonal and communication skills with a demonstrated ability to establish and maintain relationships with a wide range of individuals. Group or individual therapy is an option for an interested candidate, as is developing a psychology training program.

    Qualifications:

    · Doctoral degree in Psychology from an APA/CPA-accredited program.

    · Current licensure as a psychologist in the state of Maine (or license-eligible).

    · 2+ years of post-licensure experience required.

    · Strong working knowledge of the principles, methods, and procedures for diagnosis and treatment of neurodevelopmental disorders, including autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

    · Prior experience in completing psychological evaluations for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disability, and other Neurodevelopmental Disorders.

    · Experience evaluating children birth - five years old.

    · Training in evaluation tools such as ADOS-2.

    · Excellent communication and clinical writing skills.

    To apply, please click here or visit www.careersatmainehealth.org.

    About Maine Behavioral Healthcare

    Maine Behavioral Healthcare has become a unified organization committed to providing the highest quality of care to our clients and patients. Our goal is to become Maine’s first choice for integrated behavioral healthcare and a regional and national model for the future.

    With a service area covering the Greater Portland area and a large part of southern Maine, a career with Maine Behavioral Healthcare gives you the opportunity to live, work and play in one of the most beautiful areas of the country. Southern Maine offers natural beauty, four-season recreational opportunities and a wealth of historic and cultural attractions. Wherever you settle, you will have easy access to Maine’s picturesque coast and sandy beaches, and its countless mountains, lakes and rivers. Portland itself was recently named the most livable city in America by Forbes Magazine.

    MaineHealth values diversity and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Federal and state laws prohibit discrimination in employment because of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status.


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