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Psychologist, Lead

CACI - Tacoma, WA
Job Number
117487025

Job Description

PSYCHOLOGIST, LEAD Job - WA, 98401 Connect with us:Join Our Talent Community Back to search results Search by Keyword Share this Job Email similar jobs to me Join with LinkedIn Join Now Email Please wait... PSYCHOLOGIST, LEAD Job Apply now CACI International Inc Date: Oct 8, 2013 Location: Tacoma, WA, US Job Requisition Number: 81850 Category: Science - Medical Primary Location: Tacoma, WA, US Security Clearance: Confidential Clearance Status: Must be Obtainable Schedule: Full Time Type of Travel: Percent of Travel Required: Up to 25% Description : This job description summarizes the main duties of the job. It neither prescribes nor restricts the exact tasks that may be assigned to carry out these duties. This document should not be construed in any way to represent a contract of employment. Management reserves the right to review and revise this document at any time. POSITION SUMMARY: Subject Matter Expert (Master) / Lead Clinical Psychologist / Behavioral Health Expert Holds a Ph.D. in Child Clinical Psychology. Provides subject matter expertise and content development experience in the areas of child and family mental health and education issues. Provides subject matter expertise and content development assistance about the deployment lifecycle as it relates to the mental health, wellness, and resilience of military children and youth, and their families. Directs and implements research and evaluation projects related to educating, empowering, and treating children, youth, and caregivers with mental health concerns. Has military experience and/or has previously worked in a military environment. RESPONSIBILITIES: Has experience developing educational, mental health, and public health products and programs to address the needs of children, families, and family advocates. Has worked on federal projects that address issues of treatment delivery, stigma reduction, clinical supervisors and research in mental health. Has provided mental health treatment to children, youth, and families through individual, family, and group counseling. Has conducted psychological and psycho-educational assessments and developed treatment plans and educational recommendations for children and their families. Has experience conducting research and evaluation activities using multiple approaches to administer formative research, feasibility studies, and outcome and process evaluations. Experience with qualitative and quantitative methodologies including case study, ethnography, multiple regression, structural equation modeling, and relative value unit analysis (within the healthcare sector). Childhood Education and Curriculum Development Has experience in psycho-educational assessments and the development of individualized education plans, including classroom-based and child-specific academic interventions for teachers and schools. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE : Typically requires a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) or Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D) from an APA approved psychology program with two to four years of experience, completion of an APA approved internship/residency, a post-doctoral fellowship, and current license to practice psychology. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods, and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required. Nearest Major Market: Tacoma Job Segments: Psychology, Intern, Curriculum, Counseling, Security Clearance, Healthcare, Entry Level, Education,

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