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This is a one year clinical and research position, with the opportunity to extend to a second year pending available funding. The focus of this postdoctoral fellowship is on ADHD assessment and treatment within the multidisciplinary PEARL Clinic and in primary care, clinical research on ADHD treatment, and assessment and treatment of behavioral sleep problems.
Start date is July 1 or Sept 1.2020
Clinical activities (60%) include evaluation and treatment services within the PEARL (Program to Enhance Attention, Regulation, and Learning) Clinic and within a Primary Care pediatric site, with an emphasis on behavioral parent training for ADHD and behavioral sleep problems. The fellow will also assist with program development for a new collaboration with Seattle Children’s Sleep Medicine clinic, and the fellow will work with the multidisciplinary PEARL team as well as faculty in Pediatrics and Sleep Medicine.
Research activities (40%) include participating in the Treating Parents with ADHD and their Children (TPAC) study (NIMH Collaborative R01 grant with the University of Maryland and Children’s National Health System) (PIs: Dr. Andrea Chronis-Tuscano and Dr. Mark Stein). The primary focus of the TPAC study is to test the comparative effectiveness of two different treatment strategies for parents who have ADHD and their young children at risk for ADHD using a hybrid effectiveness-implementation approach. Secondarily, as part of this grant, we will develop an implementation approach for treatment of families with ADHD using telehealth in primary care sites providing pediatric care. Clinical supervision for licensure will be provided.
- PhD in child clinical psychology from an accredited university training program OR completion of all requirements for PhD or PsyD program including defense of dissertation, and ability to obtain degree within 3 months of hire.
- Completion of an APA approved clinical internship.
- Agency Affiliated Counselor Registration required within 2 months of employement for select departments.
- Previous experience working with children and adolescents and their families in mental health settings.
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