The Department of Psychiatry is seeking to fill an immediate opening for a full-time clinical track Assistant or Associate Professor level position as Medical Director for our Addiction Services treatment team. The successful candidate will join a multi-disciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists, advance practice providers and behavioral health clinicians who evaluate, diagnose, and treat individuals with substance use disorders. Other responsibilities will include collaboration with medical treatment teams, participation on department committees and supervision/teaching of Addiction Psychiatry fellows, residents, interns and medical students. Part of the IU Health system, the Addiction Services Program is housed at Methodist Hospital, one of the primary teaching hospitals for IU School of Medicine and the IU Health academic health center in downtown Indianapolis. The Department of Psychiatry has a broad research, clinical, and teaching mission and maintains both a general psychiatry residency and an ACGME-accredited Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship program. IU Health has recently opened three additional addiction treatment centers within a 50-mile radius of the academic health center as part of its commitment to serve individuals with substance use disorders.
Clinical Psychologist/Assistant Professor, Adult Clinical/Medical Psychology
The Department of Psychiatry is seeking to fill an immediate opening for a full-time clinical track Assistant Professor position in the area of Adult Clinical/Health Psychology. Candidates should possess a PhD or PsyD in Clinical Psychology and be eligible for licensure and independent practice as a Health Service Provider in Psychology in the State of Indiana. Responsibilities will consist of evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of adults with a range of presenting problems in collaboration with medicine and psychiatry services in a large academic health center affiliated with Indiana University School of Medicine. Other responsibilities will include collaboration with medical treatment teams, participation on department committees, and supervision/teaching of residents, interns, and medical students. The Department of Psychiatry has a broad research, clinical, and teaching mission and maintains both a clinical psychology internship and psychiatry residency program, in addition to training rotations for medical and graduate students. The department and the university place a high priority on creating a diverse learning environment and on supporting the professional development of ethnic minorities, women, and people with disabilities. Applications are encouraged from professionals of all ethnic backgrounds.
Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship, Pediatric Pain
The Department of Psychiatry at Indiana University School of Medicine is now accepting applications for a one-two year (two preferred) postdoctoral fellowship position in pediatric pain psychology with a preferred start date in August or September 2021. This fellowship position is offered in collaboration with the Department of Psychology at Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) and the Department of Anesthesia at IU School of Medicine.
Fellow time is split (50/50) between clinical and research activities. Clinical training focuses on developing a specialized expertise in pediatric pain psychology through work in a multidisciplinary pain clinic at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health. Fellows will have the opportunity to provide psychological evaluation and intervention services in the Pediatric Pain Center. Other clinical training opportunities may include biofeedback, pre-surgical evaluations and consultation liaison services for patients medically hospitalized for pain-related conditions or chronic pain rehabilitation.
Research training will occur within the IUPUI Pain Research Laboratory. The research opportunities are varied and abundant, including clinical and laboratory-based research with children and adults. Fellows will collaborate with training directors to develop a research plan for the fellowship that incorporates the fellow’s interests and career goals.
Opportunities exist for fellows to gain experience in teaching, supervision, program development and quality improvement projects.
Eligible applicants will have 1) a doctoral degree conferred from an APA accredited program in Clinical or Counseling Psychology, and 2) completed a pre-doctoral internship or anticipate completion prior to beginning of the fellowship. Experience in pediatric psychology, including pediatric pain, is preferred.
Applications should include a CV and letter of interest. Additional materials including graduate transcripts and 3 letters of reference may be requested after initial application review. Inquiries about the program can be directed to the training directors, Amy Williams, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Adam Hirsh, PhD (email@example.com).