Postdoctoral Psychology Position
We are seeking applicants for a full-time 12-month psychology postdoc position at Portland Mental Health & Wellness, a group psychology practice in Portland, Oregon, beginning in August 2019. The postdoc in this position will have opportunities to provide general individual, group, and/or couple psychotherapy with adolescents and adults under the supervision of licensed psychologists. The postdoc will supervise advanced doctoral student clinicians. The postdoc will also engage in a variety of process-based didactic seminars, supervision of supervision, and individual supervision, and may have the opportunity to attend trainings, such as training in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy. Additional opportunities within the community may be possible. Eligible candidates must have a PsyD or PhD in clinical or counseling psychology (dissertation and internship completion in progress at time of application is acceptable; degree must be completed by position start date in early August 2019) and must demonstrate strong clinical skills and interest in working with clients of diverse and intersecting identities.
Portland Mental Health & Wellness is a collaboration among psychologists, licensed professional counselors, our trainees, and a supportive administrative staff. Our clinicians practice from relational and process-oriented models and focus on the whole person in the context in which they live. Staff psychologists practice from Gestalt and Psychodynamic frameworks and utilize a therapeutic model of supervision, meaning that they attend to both the patient’s and the clinician’s process. Strong attention is paid to navigating ethical and legal matters, the development of skills for starting, managing and growing your private practice, and sharpening your sense of how you wish to work in order to maintain a fulfilling career. Please visit www.portlandmh.com for more information about the practice.
Portland Mental Health & Wellness is dedicated to building a culturally diverse and pluralistic clinical staff. We are committed to sustaining a multicultural environment and strongly encourage applications from underrepresented or marginalized groups. We are an equal opportunity employer; all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law, as well as those not protected by law.
The position includes a comparable salary, health benefits, and paid time off.
Applicants should email a detailed letter of interest, curriculum vita, and three letters of recommendation (letters will be accepted based on the preference of the letter writer: either directly from them or bundled with materials sent by the applicant) to Del Rapier, Psy.D., Training Coordinator at email@example.com. To be considered, all application materials must be received by 5:00 PM December 21, 2018. Questions are welcome by email or phone at (503) 457-4630.