Primary clinical responsibilities include conducting neuropsychological assessments for inpatient medical & psychiatric services, including neurology and neurosurgery programs; a secondary focus of the position is outpatient evaluations. Outpatient referrals include stroke, epilepsy, movement disorders, and general medical conditions. Participation in research activities is not required but encouraged and supported through opportunities for hospital supported early career grants and funding to attend conferences for presenting research.
Doctorate of Philosophy in Psychology (PhD.) or Doctorate in Psychology (Psy.D.) from an APA accredited institution.
Completed a two year fellowship in clinical neuropsychology that conforms to the Houston Conference Guidelines and/or be eligible for ABPP in clinical neuropsychology
Licensed to practice Psychology in the State of Connecticut.
Connecticut State Department of Education School Psychologist license
Eligible for membership in the National Register of Health Care Providers.
Eligible for American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) certification.
Eligible for certification in Group Therapy (CGT-certified group therapist credentialing through the American Group Psychotherapy Association); Family Therapy; and eligible for credentialing to do Individual Psychotherapy.
Eligible for credentialing in Alcohol and Substance Abuse through the American Psychological Association or equivalent credentialing body.
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