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The Licensed Psychologist - Neuropsychologist will manage the clinical provision of neuropsychological assessment services for the Division of Neurology. The neuropsychologist will be expected to coordinate and administer neuropsychological and developmental evaluations including scoring (hand and computer scoring) evaluations and writing reports, which includes recommendations and evaluation results. The position will primarily involve outpatient evaluations for pediatric neurology populations. The neuropsychologist will work with multidisciplinary teams chiefly from our surgical epilepsy, neurology, and neurosurgery programs. They will also meet with families to provide feedback and communicate recommendations. It is also expected that the neuropsychologist would provide supervision to doctoral-level practicum trainees.
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Minimum Education/Training Required: PhD or PsyD in Clinical Psychology. Candidates must have completed an APA- or CPA-approved internship and a two year, full-time pediatric neuropsychology post-doctoral fellowship.
Minimum Experience Required: Applicants must be licensed in California before starting. Qualified candidates must be board-eligible or board certified through ABPP/ABCN. Candidates should also have experience in working with patients with a variety of neurologic disorders including epilepsy. While this will primarily be a clinical position, research experience in pediatric neuropsychology is recommended.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Strong communication skills and the ability to write reports and research publications. Candidates should possess strong clinical, interpersonal, analytical and writing skills. Candidates should also have the skills required to facilitate program development and effective collaboration with individuals from the community.