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  • 21 Aug 2019 10:03 AM | Tricia Priebe (Administrator)

    Full-Time Licensed Clinical Psychologist - Waterbury, CT 

    Long established, well-respected, and successful group private practice located in Central Connecticut (Waterbury, CT) is seeking a licensed clinical psychologist for a full-time position. Our practice provides individual, group, couples, and family psychotherapy (long-term and short-term) for children, adolescents, adults, and elderly clients. We also conduct general psychological, and neuropsychological, evaluations and provide onsite consultation to primary care settings and local schools.

    Requirements/Duties:  Three years of post-licensure experience suggested. Applicants must have a career orientation towards building a long-term psychological practice. Applicants must have a license to practice in the state of Connecticut (or be license eligible if from out of state), enjoy the camaraderie of group practice, and be able to work hard yet laugh a lot. Full office staff support and onsite billing service are available.

    All interested applicants are welcome to send or fax (203-573-8708) a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Eric Margolies, Psy.D. at ericmargolies@hotmail.com or 133 Scovill Street, Suite 211, Waterbury, CT 06706.

  • 23 May 2019 9:29 AM | Tricia Priebe (Administrator)

    The start date for this position is June 3, 2019. The position will remain open until filled. 

    Clinical Psychologist 

    Provides a full range of clinical services to Solterra Academy students and their families. Provides services to students in accordance with approved IEP goals and objectives and is accountable to the school Principal for IEP implementation. Provides consultation to classroom staff and develops effective individualized behavior plans for assigned caseload. Provides case coordination services and collaborates with community agencies and mental health care providers to facilitate the provision of comprehensive services. Supports transdisciplinary team functioning and the School Program. Conducts psychological evaluations as assigned.

    Doctoral degree in Psychology/Clinical Psychology/School Psychology/ Counseling Psychology required plus completion of an APA approved internship. Minimum of one year of supervised experience in a treatment setting for children and adolescents.

    Ph.D. required
    Licensed by State of Connecticut Department of Public Health preferred

    Post Doctoral Supervision available if needed 

    CPR certification required within 90 days of hire.

    Certification in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention required with the first training course provided after hire date and maintained throughout employment.


    Competitive salary - Paid Personal Time off and Sick Time - Paid School Holidays and School Vacations - Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, and Retirement Benefit - Educational Reimbursement

    Click here to apply - http://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/JobIntroduction.action?clientId=8a7883d063b92e560163e0c0b7c93498&id=8a78859e67ebaa6e016819be9bfc7782&source=

  • 13 May 2019 9:57 AM | Tricia Priebe (Administrator)

    Full-Time CT Licensed Psychologist 

    Established group practice seeks full-time CT licensed psychologist to join multidisciplinary team in Hamden location, or other offices in greater New Haven area. Child/family expertise a plus, but all specialty areas needed. Competitive compensation and benefits. True team practice, opportunities for consultation work as well.

    Contact Georgann Witte, Ph.D. FAX: (203) 281-0235 or gwitte@bhcservices.com.

  • 15 Apr 2019 9:50 AM | Tricia Priebe (Administrator)


    Elegantly furnished session room plus separate waiting room, in quiet & very well-maintained building on Danbury Road, Ridgefield. Your clients have exclusive use of the waiting room, with no other waiting clients, and when they exit, they have privacy.  Session room has two large windows that overlook a courtyard where flowers and vegetables are planted seasonally, and waiting room has two windows as well.    Plenty of well-lit parking!

    Available: Saturday, Sunday, Monday  

    Includes: internet, kitchenette area, elevator, handicap accessible             

    Email for pics, fees and info: kelleytherapy@icloud.com or text 203-948-0938     Kelley Hopkins-Alvarez, LPC

  • 26 Mar 2019 9:35 AM | Tricia Priebe (Administrator)

    Premium Furnished Office Sublet in Downtown New Canaan

    Premium furnished therapy office available immediately for sublet in my newly renovated suite on a lovely street in downtown New Canaan five minutes from the Merritt Parkway.  The suite includes two therapy offices and a large waiting room. The available office is 11 x 14 feet with two large windows (see pictures). The space is appropriate for individual, couple, family, and group therapy. Rent includes heat, utilities and wi-fi, use of copy machine, nespresso machine, refrigerator and microwave.  All rooms have multiple large windows with brand new modern furnishings,  and are sun-lit and bright. Convenient parking available.  Prefer full time sublet (7 days/week) but will consider part-time (weekdays and/or weekends).  Rent for 7 days (i.e. full-time) is $800.00. Part time rent would be $250 for one day/week. Please contact Beth at 732-995-7315 or email at elizabeth.epstein@CBTofFairfieldCounty.com. We can discuss and/or arrange a tour of the space.   

  • 14 Mar 2019 11:07 AM | Tricia Priebe (Administrator)

    Department of Psychological Sciences

    University of Connecticut

    Assistant Clinical Professor/Assistant Director of the Psychological Services Clinic

    The Department of Psychological Sciences at the University of Connecticut in Storrs invites applications for the position of Assistant Clinical Professor/Assistant Director of the Psychological Services Clinic. This is a ten-month, non-tenure track, renewable position. The Psychological Services Clinic is a training clinic in the Clinical Psychology Program through which Ph.D. students provide assessment and treatment services to children and adults under the supervision of licensed psychologists who are members of the clinical faculty. This position includes teaching two graduate courses in the Clinical Psychology Program, and one or two undergraduate courses per academic year. Specifically, the successful candidate will teach a graduate course in Personality Assessment and an additional graduate course in an applied area.  In addition, the successful candidate will supervise psychological assessments and therapy completed by graduate students in the Clinic, and provide assessment services and/or consultation to schools and/or community groups in concert with graduate student trainees. While the position is defined as primarily focused on clinical teaching and supervision, the candidate is expected to maintain some involvement in ongoing collaborative research projects.  Candidates with a range of theoretical orientations are invited to apply, although familiarity with evidence-based treatment is expected.


    Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from a clinical training program accredited by the American Psychological Association; be licensed or license-eligible to practice as a psychologist in the State of Connecticut; have the ability to teach clinical psychology graduate courses: specifically, Personality Assessment and one additional graduate course in an applied area; the ability to teach at the undergraduate level (e.g., Abnormal Psychology); expertise in cognitive and personality assessment, and the assessment of learning disabilities; the ability to supervise psychological assessments completed by graduate students in the Clinic.  Preferred Qualifications: the ability to provide psychotherapy supervision to graduate students; and research expertise including involvement in ongoing collaborative research projects; expertise in evidence based treatment.

    Appointment Terms:

    This is a ten-month, non-tenure track, renewable position with a comprehensive benefits package. Salary and benefits are continued over 12 months. On occasion faculty members have an opportunity to earn additional compensation that may not exceed the equivalent of a twelve-month salary.


    Select “Apply” and submit the following materials via Academic Jobs Online: a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, statements of teaching interests (including teaching philosophy, teaching/supervisory experience, commitment to effective clinical training, etc.); and a commitment to diversity statement (including broadening participation, integrating multicultural experiences in instruction and research and pedagogical techniques to meet the needs of diverse learning styles, etc.). In addition, please follow the instructions in Academic Job Online to direct at least three reference writers to submit letters of reference on your behalf. Please note at least two of the letters must address the applicant’s teaching or supervisory skills.  

    Screening of applications will begin immediately.  Employment of the successful candidate is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment criminal background check.  (Search # 2018____)

    Inquiries can be addressed to Dr. Marianne Barton, , Department of Psychological Sciences Unit 1020, 406 Babbidge Road, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT 06269-1020 (or inquiries can be emailed to PsychologicalScienceSearch@UConn.edu

    Information about the Department can be found at https://psych.uconn.edu/

    All employees are subject to adherence to the State Code of Ethics which may be found at http://www.ct.gov/ethics/site/efault.asp.

  • 12 Feb 2019 1:18 PM | Tricia Priebe (Administrator)

    The Child Health and Development Institute (CHDI) Seeking Director of Implementation - Full Time with Benefits

    The Child Health and Development Institute (CHDI) is seeking a talented, innovative, and experienced Director of Implementation to lead and expand statewide initiatives to implement evidence-based practices (EBPs) for children with behavioral health concerns. The Director of Implementation will provide substantive leadership for CHDI’s EBP and other program implementation initiatives, including serving as Project Director for one or more initiatives. The individual selected for this position will provide project oversight, including project/contract management, hiring/staffing, budgeting, and reporting. The Director of Implementation will contribute to the development of written products in varying formats and for diverse audiences (e.g., peer reviewed journal publications, policy and issue briefs, IMPACT reports for policy- makers). The individual selected for this position will also identify and pursue new opportunities and funding, consistent with CHDI’s mission, that will have a direct impact on children and families in Connecticut. The Director of Implementation will report directly to the Vice President for Mental Health Initiatives.

    CHDI is an intermediary organization that works to improve the quality of health, behavioral health, and early childhood systems and services for Connecticut’s children and families. CHDI is the Coordinating Center for multiple state- and federally funded implementation, training, and quality improvement initiatives in Connecticut, including Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Modular Approach to Therapy for Children with Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, or Conduct Problems (MATCH-ADTC), Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS), and Attachment, Regulation, and Competency (ARC). These initiatives have resulted in significant improvements to the service delivery system. More than 40 community-based providers have been trained to implement EBPs, more than 1,000 clinicians have been trained, over 11,000 children have been served, and CHDI has collected data to demonstrate excellent treatment outcomes for children and families. CHDI’s work also includes a focus on trauma-informed care, and CHDI is a member of SAMHSA’s National Child Traumatic Stress Network.

    Candidates must meet all of the following requirements:

    • Possess a Ph.D. in psychology, social work, child development, or closely related field

    • Experience with dissemination/implementation of EBPs and/or implementation science

    • Experience with children’s behavioral health systems and/or program implementation

    • Experience with project management, including budgeting and reporting to funders

    • Demonstrated experience successfully obtaining competitive grant funding

    • Experience with research, program evaluation, statistical analysis, data management/reporting, or

      quality improvement, including experience with SPSS and Excel

    • Must be extremely organized, efficient, able to multi-task, prioritize, able to meet deadlines, and a

      strong team player

    • Must possess excellent writing ability, including evidence of first author peer-reviewed publications

    • Must possess excellent interpersonal, communication, and cultural competence skills, must be

      comfortable collaborating with a range of professionals, and have experience with public speaking

      Candidates who possess some or all of the following are preferred:

    • At least two years of experience with children’s behavioral health systems and program


    • Experience with hiring and supervising professional staff

    • Experience managing, analyzing, and reporting with large data sets or with advanced statistical


    • Experience providing TF-CBT, MATCH-ADTC, CBITS, and/or ARC (or other EBPs)


    • Knowledge of the child welfare, juvenile justice, education, law enforcement, and/or mental health systems in Connecticut

    • Experience participating on local, state, or national committees/workgroups about children’s behavioral health or related issues

    • Experience working at a state or national level with funding partners and policy makers

      Responsibilities will likely include:

    • Project management for EBP dissemination and related initiatives, including oversight of project budgets, hiring, staffing and staff supervision, contracts, deliverables, reports, and relationships with funders and other partners

    • Applying implementation science and research to CHDI’s EBP and other initiatives, including improving and aligning existing implementation consultation and technical assistance process and procedures

    • Contributing to and leading development of written products, including CHDI reports and academic publications

    • Identifying and pursuing new initiatives and associated funding via state, federal, and philanthropic grant opportunities

    • Providing training, consultation, and systems development, including participation on state committees, workgroups, and other public forums related to CHDI’s interests and work

    • Contributing to data reporting and statistical analysis for quality improvement/evaluation


      A very competitive compensation package will be provided based on experience and skills, including a generous benefit package.


      CHDI is a non-profit subsidiary of the Children’s Fund of Connecticut, which was established in 1992. The mission of CHDI is to ensure healthy outcomes for all children in Connecticut by advancing effective policies, stronger systems, and innovative practices. We focus on advancing sustainable improvements in primary and preventive health and mental health care with a particular focus on disadvantaged or underserved children and families. CHDI develops, disseminates, evaluates, and expands effective models of practice in children’s health, mental health, and early childhood and works in a variety of other child-serving systems (e.g., child welfare, public health, juvenile justice, education, social services, pediatric primary care). To achieve our mission, CHDI works in close partnership with state and regional agencies, hospitals, universities, providers, advocates, and other organizations.


      Please email all application materials to Lori Schon (schon@uchc.edu). Only applicants meeting the qualifications described will be considered. Applicants are encouraged to read more about CHDI’s work at www.chdi.org prior to submitting an application. To apply, email (1) a current CV and (2) cover letter with qualifications, and (3) one sample of a peer-reviewed first authored publication demonstrating writing ability. Please specifically address your experience related to the job requirements and responsibilities above. The position is available immediately and is contingent upon available funding.

      The Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut is committed to providing equal access to our employment environment and ensures that all employment-related decisions are in accord with the principles of equal opportunity.

  • 12 Feb 2019 1:16 PM | Tricia Priebe (Administrator)

    2019-2020 Postdoctoral Fellowships Child Health and Development Institute and

    The Consultation Center, Yale University

    Focus Area(s): Implementation Science, Child Trauma, and/or School-based Mental Health Full Time with Benefits
    Start Date: July 1, 2019 (negotiable)


    The Child Health and Development Institute (CHDI) is accepting applications for a one-year

    Postdoctoral Fellowship with a focus on implementation science, childhood trauma, and/or school- based behavioral health. We anticipate offering two Fellowships depending on Fellow interests and program needs/funding. There is an optional opportunity to spend one day per week working with faculty at The Consultation Center at Yale University on school- and/or community-based research and evaluation projects. At CHDI, the Fellow will work on one or more initiatives focused on improving children’s behavioral health in Connecticut. These include working in the areas of dissemination and sustainment of evidence-based interventions, developing trauma-informed systems and programs, and/or school-based behavioral health initiatives. The Fellow recruited for the position will have experience and a strong interest in bridging the research to practice gap for children’s behavioral health services, including in one or more of the following areas: (1) effective dissemination of evidence-based treatments (EBTs) for children, (2) child traumatic stress and trauma-informed care, (3) application of implementation science, and/or (4) school-based behavioral health.

    Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut (CHDI)

    CHDI is an independent, non-profit subsidiary of the Children’s Fund of Connecticut, which was established in 1992 and is located in Farmington, CT. Working in partnership with state and regional agencies, hospitals, universities, and other organizations, we combine direct funding with grants and contracts for research, evaluation, policy analysis, consultation, training, and technical assistance. The mission of the Institute is to improve the quality of care for all children, emphasizing family-centered, comprehensive care that encompasses both physical and behavioral health. Collaborating with the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, the University of Connecticut, and Yale University, we strive to advance sustainable improvements in primary and preventive health and mental health care practices and policy for all the state's children, with a particular focus on disadvantaged or underserved children and families.

    CHDI also functions as an intermediary organization to develop, train, disseminate, evaluate, and expand effective models of practice in children’s mental health, juvenile justice, education, and other systems. CHDI partners closely in those efforts with the Department of Children and Families, the CT Judicial Branch’s Court Support Services Division, The University of Connecticut-Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine, family advocacy organizations, community-based providers, and others.


    CHDI is currently participating in several EBT dissemination efforts for children’s behavioral health across Connecticut, including Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Modular Approach to Therapy for Children with Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, or Conduct Problems (MATCH-


    ADTC), Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS), and Attachment, Regulation, and Competency (ARC). CHDI uses the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s Breakthrough Series Collaborative (or Learning Collaborative) methodology as one approach for disseminating EBPs. CHDI is also a recipient of a SAMHSA National Child Traumatic Stress Network grant focused on improving trauma-informed practices for young children, and has several projects related to screening children for trauma. Finally, CHDI is the Coordinating Center for the School Based Diversion Initiative (SBDI), a state-funded program to reduce school-based arrests, out of school suspensions, and expulsions, and is also partnering on a number of other school-based mental health initiatives. The Fellow will work on one or more of these or related initiatives for improving children’s health or mental health at CHDI. Potential applicants are encouraged to learn more about these initiatives and CHDI at www.chdi.org.

    The Fellow’s specific projects and responsibilities will be jointly determined based on interests, experience, project needs, and funding. Examples of activities include use or evaluation of the learning collaborative methodology, developing and/or testing other EBP implementation and/or consultation strategies, quality improvement approaches, training, data reporting, policy, and evaluation. An emphasis will be placed on identifying and carrying out analyses to contribute to CHDI’s continuous quality improvement and for co-authored publications and presentations using archived or prospective data. Fellows will receive weekly supervision from a licensed clinical psychologist at CHDI.

    The Consultation Center at Yale University

    The Consultation Center was established in 1980 as a collaborative endeavor of the Yale School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry, the Connecticut Mental Health Center, and The Consultation Center, Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)3 community organization. For almost four decades, the Center has conducted research, services, and training in support of its mission: to promote health and wellness, prevent mental health and substance abuse problems, and enhance equity and social justice. Drawing on the fields of community and clinical psychology, public health, social work, education, and program evaluation, the Center works with individuals, organizations, and government agencies in Connecticut, the Northeast, and the U.S.

    Contingent on funding, opportunities are available for the Fellow to work one day per week under the mentorship of one or more Yale faculty at the Center. The Fellow would join an existing research or evaluation team on a project aligned with their interests. Projects involve vulnerable or at-risk populations across the life span (e.g., children, youth, families, adults), take place in school or community settings, and address issues related to trauma, violence, or substance use. The Fellow may also participate in Center educational activities, such as staff trainings and colloquia.


    The individual selected for this position will work within grant- and contract-funded projects at CHDI and The Consultation Center at Yale. Applicants must have completed a Ph.D. in Clinical, Community, or Counseling Psychology; Social Work; or a related discipline from an accredited academic program.Excellent professional writing and data analysis skills are required; candidates with at least one first authored publication in a peer-reviewed journal are preferred. Experience with children’s mental health, child traumatic stress, EBTs, advanced statistical analysis, school mental health, and/or implementation science is highly desirable. CHDI provides a unique opportunity to receive training in the practice of dissemination and implementation and to contribute to meaningful systems change through application of implementation science and trauma informed care in community-based settings. Past Fellows have gone on to a range of positions, including tenure-track faculty jobs, academic positions with clinical and research responsibilities, and leadership roles in community-based mental health.



    The Fellow will receive a stipend of $50,000 annually (full time). A generous benefit package including health and dental care and paid time off is provided.


    To apply, please email (1) a detailed letter of interest describing qualifications, experience, preferences for specialization areas at CHDI, and career goals; (2) curriculum vitae; (3) one example of scholarly writing (preferably a published first author article); and (4) three letters of recommendation, at least two of which are from supervisors, to Lori Schon (schon@uchc.edu). Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. The Fellowship is contingent upon continued funding.

    The Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut is committed to providing equal access to our employment environment and ensures that all employment-related decisions are in accord with the principles of equal opportunity.

  • 21 Jan 2019 10:29 AM | Tricia Priebe (Administrator)

    Quiet office space available for therapist/psychologist in Woodbridge Connecticut. Flexible hours available in secure building with ample parking.  Office available full or part time.

    Please email: forenpysd@gmail.com

  • 23 Oct 2018 10:02 AM | Tricia Priebe (Administrator)

    Growing group practice in the greater New Haven area seeks CT-licensed or immediately license-eligible psychologist for full-time behavioral medicine/ health psychology work, or cognitive-behavioral  practice. An opportunity to participate in innovative new programs as well as join an established collaborative group.  Competitive salary and benefits. 

     Send CV and letter of interest to gwitte@bhcservices.com.

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