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Message ID: 10601
Date: 2019-03-13

Author:Beal, Sarah

Subject:Clinical psychologist position in child welfare

Cincinnati Children’s Division of Behavioral Medicine & Clinical Psychology Integrated Behavioral Health Position in CHECK Foster Care Clinic Cincinnati Children’s provides a unique and unparalleled professional setting for psychologists to contribute to the health and well-being of children and adolescents through clinical care and research. The Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology (BMCP) is a free-standing division composed of psychologists and neuroscientists. As a free-standing division BMCP receives resources from the hospital equal to those provided to medical divisions. These resources have allowed the division to build a strong infrastructure to support clinicians engaged in the important work of clinical care. The division is one of the largest divisions of psychology in the country. We are comprised of 91 psychologists and 3 neuroscientists. * 37 Staff Psychologists (17 of whom are located at one of our five satellite locations) * 33 Clinical Faculty * 24 Research Faculty The collaboration with our medical colleagues and value they place on a strong behavioral health partnership results in tremendous growth of the division each year. In 2018, we hired 15 new clinical psychologists. In 2019, we are seeking a talented psychologist to join us as a staff psychologist to provide outpatient services to the CHECK Foster Care Clinic. The psychologist will be part of a multidisciplinary treatment model and provide brief prevention and intervention visits for patients/families during the clinic for youth in foster care, complete diagnostic assessments and recommendations, collaborate with the multidisciplinary team, and provide follow-up care as indicated. Please feel free to contact Julie Bemerer, PsyD at Julie.Bemerer@cchmc.org with any questions. Send applications to Lori J. Stark, PhD via Donna.Frank@cchmc.org . To learn more please press ctrl and click on link to our video: Behavioral Medicine at Cincinnati Children's

Cincinnati Children’s Division of Behavioral Medicine & Clinical Psychology Integrated Behavioral Health Position in CHECK Foster Care Clinic Cincinnati Children’s provides a unique and unparalleled professional setting for psychologists to contribute to the health and well-being of children and adolescents through clinical care and research. The Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology (BMCP) is a free-standing division composed of psychologists and neuroscientists. As a free-standing division BMCP receives resources from the hospital equal to those provided to medical divisions. These resources have allowed the division to build a strong infrastructure to support clinicians engaged in the important work of clinical care. The division is one of the largest divisions of psychology in the country. We are comprised of 91 psychologists and 3 neuroscientists. * 37 Staff Psychologists (17 of whom are located at one of our five satellite locations) * 33 Clinical Faculty * 24 Research Faculty The collaboration with our medical colleagues and value they place on a strong behavioral health partnership results in tremendous growth of the division each year. In 2018, we hired 15 new clinical psychologists. In 2019, we are seeking a talented psychologist to join us as a staff psychologist to provide outpatient services to the CHECK Foster Care Clinic. The psychologist will be part of a multidisciplinary treatment model and provide brief prevention and intervention visits for patients/families during the clinic for youth in foster care, complete diagnostic assessments and recommendations, collaborate with the multidisciplinary team, and provide follow-up care as indicated. Please feel free to contact Julie Bemerer, PsyD at Julie.Bemerercchmc.org with any questions. Send applications to Lori J. Stark, PhD via Donna.Frankcchmc.org . To learn more please press ctrl and click on link to our video: Behavioral Medicine at Cincinnati Children's