Categories: Faculty / Physician
Department: Physical Med & Rehab
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is seeking a full time rehabilitation psychologist at the assistant professor level. The selected candidate will have a joint faculty appointment in the Departments of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Psychiatry. The position will entail clinical evaluations and therapeutic interventions for adults on the Zale/Lipshy inpatient rehabilitation unit and in the outpatient programs. The ideal candidate will have experience providing neurobehavioral assessment and rehabilitation counseling services in a medical setting. Spanish-bilingual applicants are particularly encouraged to apply. Opportunities for supervision of psychology trainees and collaborative research will also be available.
The position requires a doctorate in rehabilitation or clinical psychology from an accredited university and the candidate to be eligible for Texas licensure.
The Department of PM&R includes 23 board-certified physiatrists, as well as 33 residents and 4 fellows. We have busy inpatient and outpatient practices at UT Southwestern as well as at our teaching county hospital, Parkland Health and Hospital System with a growing emphasis on the neurosciences and brain disorders under the O’Donnell Brain Institute.
UT Southwestern Medical Center ranks among the top academic medical centers with more active Nobel Prize winners than any other medical school in the world. As a premier educational, clinical and research institution, UT Southwestern is home to more than 2000 distinguished scientists, physicians and allied health professionals.
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