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Camp Pendleton Clinical Psychologists Job Postings

30 Apr 2021 10:50 AM | Anonymous

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Salary

Position #1(1622)

Currently recruiting a Clinical Psychologist in Oceanside, California, to provide care to active-duty heroes in the Mental Health Directorate at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, CA. Hours are M-F, scheduled between 0600-1800.

DUTIES OF THE CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST INCLUDE:

Perform a full range of clinical psychology services in accordance with the core privileges and/or supplemental privileges as defined by the Navy and clinic.

Work closely with clinical staff and/or base personnel regarding patient awareness of mental and behavioral health wellness programs (addictions, stress management, group therapies)

Deliver records and reports required to document procedures performed and care provided utilizing the Health Maintenance Strategies Manual (HMSI) standards

Serve as advisor and consultant to other staff in the specialized areas of clinical psychology to include comprehensive psychological evaluations, diagnosis, and treatment.

Conduct clinical staff education when requested or warranted to enhance knowledge, understanding, awareness and screening, identification, treatment and monitoring of post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury and other combat and non-combat related disorders.

Administer programs of treatment to help medical and surgical patients deal with illness or injuries.

Assist in treating rehabilitation patients.

Treat individuals in times of personal crisis such as a divorce or death of a loved one.

Interview patients and study medical and social case histories.

Diagnose and evaluate mental and emotional disorders of individuals and administer programs of treatment.

Perform services in the clinic's Medical Home Port

Perform a full range of outpatient psychology services to include diagnostic examinations, the development of comprehensive treatment/diagnostic plans (when indicated), psychological testing, outpatient psychotherapeutic treatment for individuals and family therapy with children, adolescents, and adults; stress/anger management, Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders, family separation issues, crisis intervention and consultation with medical staff on a routine basis.

Perform clinical evaluations including administration and interpretation of psychological, neuropsychological, cognitive and personality tests, and provide clinical consultations regarding selection of psychological tests. May be also required to administer neuropsychological assessments and perform clinical evaluation and/or referral based on the neuropsychological assessment tool.

Compensation

Camp Pendleton Clinical Psychologists

Perform mental behavioral health evaluations and provide therapy. Apply and oversee the application of psychological procedures and techniques in evaluating, diagnosing, and treating psychological and neuropsychological disorders. Perform individual and group therapy, behavior modification paradigms, biofeedback procedures, and hypnosis in treating psychological disorders, and in assisting individuals to achieve more effective personal and interpersonal adjustment.

Apply psychological interventions in multiple medical clinics and settings to include Pain Clinic, Mental health clinic, and the Wounded Warrior Battalion.

Provide professional assistance to the Substance and Alcohol Rehabilitation Program (SARP) as requested.

Provide therapeutic treatment and evaluation of patients with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Combat Stress Disorder, and Traumatic Brain Injury.

Provide psychological assessment and treatment of individuals confined in the Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Brig, as requested.

QUALIFICATIONS OF THE CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST INCLUDE:

Possess a minimum of two years postgraduate experience within the last three years as a Clinical Psychologist.

Doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an accredited university

Successful completion of a psychologist intern program which has been approved by the APA.

Experience as a Clinical Psychologist that includes evaluation and treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress disorder and related mental health issues.

Possess and maintain a valid, unrestricted license or certification to practice as a psychologist in any one of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, or the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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U.S. Citizenship (for access to Government computers)

Camp Pendleton Clinical Psychologists

Position #2 (1615)

Currently recruiting a Clinical Psychologist in Oceanside, California, to provide care to active-duty heroes in the Internal Medicine Clinic at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, CA. Hours are M-F, scheduled between 0600-1800.

DUTIES OF THE CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST INCLUDE:

Perform a full range of clinical psychology services in accordance with the core privileges and/or supplemental privileges as defined by the Navy and clinic.

Work closely with clinical staff and/or base personnel regarding patient awareness of mental and behavioral health wellness programs (addictions, stress management, group therapies)

Deliver records and reports required to document procedures performed and care provided utilizing the Health Maintenance Strategies Manual (HMSI) standards

Serve as advisor and consultant to other staff in the specialized areas of clinical psychology to include comprehensive psychological evaluations, diagnosis, and treatment.

Conduct clinical staff education when requested or warranted to enhance knowledge, understanding, awareness and screening, identification, treatment and monitoring of post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury and other combat and non-combat related disorders.

Administer programs of treatment to help medical and surgical patients deal with illness or injuries.

Assist in treating rehabilitation patients.

Treat individuals in times of personal crisis such as a divorce or death of a loved one.

Interview patients and study medical and social case histories.

Diagnose and evaluate mental and emotional disorders of individuals and administer programs of treatment.

Perform services in the clinic's Medical Home Port

QUALIFICATIONS OF THE CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST INCLUDE:

Have completed a one-year fellowship or residency in health psychology or behavioral medicine.

OR

Possess one year of experience in the last four years in the evaluation and treatment of patients who have pain, psychological factors affecting their physical condition, or difficulty coping with medical problems.

Doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an accredited university

Successful completion of a psychologist intern program which has been approved by the APA.

Two years of documented clinical competency (per Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton email 10/17/2019)

Provide two letters of recommendation written within the preceding two years from practicing providers, supervisors, or program administrators attesting to the professional skills, competencies, patient rapport, training abilities. Recommendation letters must include name, title, phone number, date of recommendations, address and signature of the individual providing the recommendation.

The clinical psychologist will be required to successfully complete the Tri Service Internal Behavioral Health Consultant training or the Tri Service Internal Behavioral Health Care Facilitator training course. This training course must be completed within 60 days of starting.

Camp Pendleton Clinical Psychologists

Possess and maintain a valid, unrestricted license or certification to practice as a psychologist in any one of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, or the U.S. Virgin Islands.

BLS

U.S. Citizenship (for access to Government computers)

Camp Pendleton Clinical Psychologists

Position #3 (1608)

Currently recruiting a Clinical Psychologist in Oceanside, California, to provide care to active-duty heroes under the Behavioral Health Integration Program Area 22 at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, CA. Hours are M-F, scheduled between 0600-1800.

DUTIES OF THE CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST INCLUDE:

Perform a full range of clinical psychology services in accordance with the core privileges and/or supplemental privileges as defined by the Navy and clinic.

Work closely with clinical staff and/or base personnel regarding patient awareness of mental and behavioral health wellness programs (addictions, stress management, group therapies)

Deliver records and reports required to document procedures performed and care provided utilizing the Health Maintenance Strategies Manual (HMSI) standards

Serve as advisor and consultant to other staff in the specialized areas of clinical psychology to include comprehensive psychological evaluations, diagnosis, and treatment.

Conduct clinical staff education when requested or warranted to enhance knowledge, understanding, awareness and screening, identification, treatment and monitoring of post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury and other combat and non-combat related disorders.

Administer programs of treatment to help medical and surgical patients deal with illness or injuries.

Assist in treating rehabilitation patients.

Treat individuals in times of personal crisis such as a divorce or death of a loved one.

Interview patients and study medical and social case histories.

Diagnose and evaluate mental and emotional disorders of individuals and administer programs of treatment.

Perform services in the clinic's Medical Home Port

QUALIFICATIONS OF THE CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST INCLUDE:

2 years postgraduate experience within the last 3 years as a Clinical Psychologist

Doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an accredited university

Successful completion of a psychologist intern program which has been approved by the APA.

The clinical psychologist will be required to successfully complete the Tri Service Internal Behavioral Health Consultant training or the Tri Service Internal Behavioral Health Care Facilitator training course. This training course must be completed within 90 days of starting.

Possess and maintain a valid, unrestricted license or certification to practice as a psychologist in any one of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, or the U.S. Virgin Islands.

BLS

U.S. Citizenship (for access to Government computers)


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