Novo is expanding! We are seeking full time postdoctoral fellows (PhD or PsyD) who are interested in a joining a collaborative group practice. The position is for an independent contractor status and includes competitive compensation, ability to develop your own desired working schedule, and opportunities to see primarily cases in your desired area(s) of specialty. The postdoctoral fellow will provide outpatient therapy to 20-24 clients a week and have opportunities to assist in running skills groups. Candidates must have at least 2 years of experience providing cognitive-behavioral interventions and/or other evidence based treatment modalities.
We provide beautiful fully furnished office space with a built out PCIT suite, staff to handle calls/scheduling, an EHR system with set note templates and billing, office supplies and stationery, marketing materials, phone system, a steady stream of referrals, and a cohesive team environment. We also provide weekly consultation, supervision, and monthly didactics/trainings. Please see requirements below:
This fellowship provides experience in one or more of the following specialty areas:
Disruptive Behavioral Disorders Specialty
This position is primarily suited for those with a specialty in working with preschool age, elementary, and young adolescents with disruptive behavioral concerns. The ideal candidate will use behavioral treatment modalities to provide parent behavior management training, create effective behavioral interventions for children and families, and be familiar with or have had some training in utilizing parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT) for ages 2-7. Further training and consultation for those interested in PCIT are available. PCIT certification could be a possibility in the future within the practice.
Anxiety Disorders/OCD Specialty
The ideal candidate will have strong interest and at least 2 years experience in treating generalized anxiety, social anxiety, OCD, phobias, and/or panic disorders. Experience with cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and exposure and response prevention (ERP) is required. We receive many referrals for OCD concerns in all ages. Further consultation and supervision is available for those who are primarily interested in treating OCD. The candidate for this position would ideally be able to see children, adolescents, and adults.
Teen Mood Disorders Specialty
This position is suited for those who are particularly interested in working with teens with mood disorders, personality disorders, anxiety disorders, and high risk behaviors. In addition to depression, anxiety, relationship conflicts, family issues, suicidal ideation, and social concerns, referrals for this position would include teenagers with ADHD who struggle with executive functioning, keeping up with school work, and staying engaged in academic goals. The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal skills, a combined humanistic and behavioral treatment approach, and clinical experience utilizing behavioral activation, interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) skills and/or acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).
In addition, requirements for this position are that the fellow must:
1. Value professional development and have interest in attending weekly consult meetings, monthly trainings, and local/national conferences
2. Possess excellent communication skills efficiently respond to client inquiries within 24-48 hours
3. Maintain professional liability insurance
4. Maintain timely and accurate completion of documentation
5. Practice within APA code of ethics
6. Be a true team player with an interest in joining a collegial, supportive, and social group of clinicians