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The Department of Psychiatry is recruiting a doctoral level, clinically trained psychologist to coordinate clinical services for two initiatives: 1) a 5-year NIDA funded research grant focused on the computer based delivery of cognitive-behavioral therapy with a Spanish speaking population; and 2) a community-oriented system of care for underserved Spanish speaking individuals experiencing serious mental illness and addictions. The successful candidate must possess a broad understanding of evidence-based treatment with Latinos, special expertise in the provision of culturally competent care to Hispanic immigrant populations, and advanced clinical experience with Latino children, adolescents, and adults in community mental health settings. Specific functions will include developing recovery-oriented services, obtaining grants to support service development, teaching within the Department’s Psychology Section, conducting research and evaluation, providing direct clinical care to monolingual Latino consumers and families, and supervising clinical psychology practicum and pre/postdoctoral fellows. Applicants must: be fluent in Spanish (reading/writing/spoken), have a minimum of 5 years post-licensure clinical experience in the treatment of mental illness and addictions, have administrative experience, and be licensed (or license eligible) to practice in Connecticut. The position carries academic appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor with an anticipated start date of July 1, 2012. Interested individuals should send a CV and 3 letters of recommendation no later than May 31, 2012 to: Luis M. Añez, Psy.D., The Hispanic Clinic / Yale Department of Psychiatry, 34 Park St., New Haven, CT 06519. Yale University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and values diversity in its faculty, students and staff and especially encourages applications from women and underrepresented minority scholars. Applications from women and minority group members are specifically requested.
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