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PSYCHOLOGIST : Busy, well-established multidisciplinary group practice seeks energetic, licensed psychologists to serve variety of populations in outpatient setting. Evening and/or weekend availability is a plus. Collegial work environment.  Contact Barbara Usher: fax 410-757-5184 or barbara.usher@spectrum-behavioral.com.
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CHILD/ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGIST and ADULT PSYCHOLOGIST:  Immediate FT or PT positions available for Md. Licensed PhD’s to join our well established multi-specialty group at The Columbia Counseling Center www.counselingmaryland.com.  Provide psychotherapy for adults, couples, adolescents and children. Marital therapy experience a plus. The Center has been providing comprehensive psychological and psychiatric services in Howard County for over 30 years. Full front office , billing and administrative support provided. Exceptional earning potential (105k/yr) and immediate Caseload Provided. Join our team of psychologists and psychiatrists to provide high quality comprehensive services. Send vitae and cover letter indicating areas of expertise to: drsminsky@gmail.com or call 410-992-9149.

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LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST: SPECIAL EDUCATION, Baltimore County, Maryland

The Forbush School at Glyndon is a Type I special education, nonpublic school that provides educational, vocational and therapeutic services for children and adolescents through the 12th grade. This 12 month school, located in Glyndon, Maryland, is part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System.

Sheppard Pratt is seeking a full-time, doctoral level psychologist to provide individual and group therapy as well as occasional psychological testing for its students. Qualified candidates must have experience working with children and adolescents preferably in a school setting and a current license to practice in Maryland.

Sheppard Pratt is an equal opportunity employer. To explore this opportunity, please contact Kathleen Hilzendeger, Director of Professional Services, at 410 938-3460 or khilzendeger@sheppardpratt.org.

(Posted 4/10/2014)

 


LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST: Greater Baltimore Counseling Center invites you to join our team of highly qualified therapists in our Glen Burnie office. Full time salaried and part time contractual positions are available. GBCC offers clinical support, administrative assistance, and provides scheduling, billing, and collection services for therapists. We are a high volume practice whose staff maintain full caseloads. Send CV to DocGoozh@gbcc.comor fax to 410-760-1121www.gbcc.com.

(Posted 4/9/14)

 


 

LICENSED CLINICIAN:  Busy multidisciplinary group practice seeks licensed clinician to provide psychotherapy services in our Essex, Bel Air, and Towson offices.  Prefer insurance-eligible or paneled professional who will eventually want to be full-time.  Send cover letter and CV to tlemaire@associatedmentalhealth.com

(Posted 4/8/14)

 


 

Notre Dame of Maryland University - Assistant Professor(s), Psychology: Notre Dame of Maryland University, a selective liberal arts university, transforms the lives of its students. Confident, capable learners and leaders thrive in the vibrant, personal community at Maryland's distinguished women's college, located in Baltimore with satellite locations throughout Maryland. The University's history enriches innovative opportunities, as students immerse themselves in research, study abroad and service to the global community. Women and men succeed in our College of Adult Undergraduate Studies, Graduate programs and, the School of Pharmacy. Graduates excel as leaders in careers, communities and families - and transform the world.

The Psychology Department of Notre Dame of Maryland University proposes to fill a tenure-track, assistant professor position beginning on August 15 of academic year 2014-15. Candidates must have a doctoral degree in psychology and be licensed as a psychologist in any state.

The Psychology Department delivers the following curricula: (1) general psychology consistent with the APA guidelines for undergraduate psychology; (2) behavioral neuroscience; and (3) industrial/organizational psychology. Faculty members teach in a variety of class schedules, including daytime, evenings, and Saturdays. New faculty must be open to teaching online.

Preference will be given to individuals who have demonstrated excellence in undergraduate teaching in at least some of the following areas: introduction to psychology, social psychology, quantitative and/or qualitative research methods, psychometrics, theories and techniques of counseling, psychopathology, theories of personality, positive psychology, multicultural psychology, child and adolescent psychology, human development and behavior modification.

Experiencing a period of growth, the Department desires to welcome colleagues who value teaching in a liberal arts and sciences environment and who have a particular interest in undergraduate education. Faculty are expected to be deeply involved in the life of the University, including advising students, contributing to committee work, and participating in major University events. Faculty members are expected to pursue an active research agenda and to support student research and practicum experiences.

Notre Dame of Maryland University does not discriminate in its educational programs, activities or employment on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, religion, sex, disability or age. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policy: Vice President for Student Life, Notre Dame of Maryland University, 4701 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210, 410-532-5308. For all other employment inquiries, please contact Human Resources at 410-532-5898 or human_resources@ndm.edu. Notre Dame of Maryland University is an EEO/AA employer.

Application Instructions:
To apply online, http://ndm.interviewexchange.com
Candidates should provide a current curriculum vitae, three letters of reference, a statement of teaching philosophy, sample course syllabi and course evaluations, and either copies or citations for publications.

Review of applications will begin immediately upon receipt. Only complete applications will be considered. Questions may be referred to Dr. Maria Mouratidis, Chair of the Department of Psychology and the Search Committee, mmouratidis@ndm.edu.

Contact for Questions:
Dr. Mouratidis
Chair, Department of Psychology
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
mmouratidis@ndm.edu

(Posted 4/7/2014)

 


CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST - Springfield Hospital Center

Springfield Hospital Center, a State of Maryland Psychiatric Hospital located in Carroll County Maryland has an immediate full time ( 40 hours per week) opening for a Staff Psychologist in its Recovery Program. Duties to include treatment plan development as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team, completion of annual assessments, and group and individual therapy. Selected candidate will be performing clinical services as part of our Treatment Mall, a patient program in which patients leave their assigned units to participate on a daily basis in treatment programming. Psychological testing skills using currently validated instruments a plus for highest consideration, but not required.  Interested candidates should send their CV, proof of Maryland Licensure and 2 de-identified psychological test reports to Robert Levin, Ph.D., Director of Psychological Services , Springfield Hospital Center, 6655 Sykesville Road, Sykesville, MD 21784. Springfield is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(Posted 3/19/14)

 


CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST - Springfield Hospital Center

Springfield Hospital Center, a State of Maryland Psychiatric Hospital located in Carroll County Maryland has an immediate opening for a half-time (20 hours per week) Maryland Licensed Psychologist. Duties to include treatment plan development as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team, completion of initial assessments, and group and individual therapy. Psychological testing skills using current instruments a plus but not required. For strongest consideration, send CV proof of Maryland Licensure, and 2 de-identified psychological test reports to Robert Levin, Ph.D. , Director of Psychological Services, Springfield Hospital Center, 6655 Sykesville Road, Sykesville, MD 21784. Springfield is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(Posted 3/19/14)

 


 

Beginning August 2014. INSTRUCTOR/ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY, ONE-YEAR POSITION. The Psychology Department of Millersville (PA) University invites applications for a one-year replacement position. Responsibilities include teaching graduate courses in school psychology including psychological assessment, teaching undergraduate courses, supervising graduate students in field activities and placements, advising students, scholarly work and department and university service. Requires master’s degree plus ABD in School Psychology from an APA- or NASP-accredited doctoral program. Preferred: Earned doctorate and experience as a school psychologist. For complete position description, lists of qualifications, and to apply go to https://jobs.millersville.edu and create a faculty application. A cover letter, vitae, copies of all transcripts and the names and email addresses of three references are required.  Full consideration given to applications received by March 21, 2014.  For additional information contact Dr. Frederick Foster-Clark, 717-872-3933 or frederick.foster-clark@millersville.edu.

An EO/AA institution. www.millersville.edu

( Posted 2/25/14)

 



The Center for Anxiety and Behavioral Change is looking to hire a licensed psychologist to join a thriving fee for service practice in Rockville, MD. Must have excellent training and experience in the use of CBT/exposure therapy to treat anxiety disorders in children, adolescents, and adults. Candidate will receive regular supervision. Please send letter of interest and CV to drjdalton@gmail.com. 

( Posted 2/12/14)

 


 

Parent Education Facilitator Position: Program for Agreement and Cooperation in Contested Custody Cases of the Family Court of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia

The Family Court of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia is seeking a Parent Education Facilitator to work in the Program for Agreement and Cooperation in Contested Custody Cases (the “PAC” program). The PAC program requires a facilitator to teach adult classes which take place on alternate Saturday mornings throughout the year. The classes are designed to educate parents about the harm that acrimonious conflict between them causes their children and to expose them to methods to begin to communicate positively and respectfully to resolve their differences. The children will participate in age appropriate educational programming that will occur simultaneously with the adult classes. A facilitator for the adult education class is needed. The adult class will be team-taught by two facilitators and each class will be 3.5 hours with one 15 minute break. Applicants should have a minimum of a master’s degree in the field of mental health or education. Experience working with diverse populations, working with adults and children in group settings and a Ph.D. is preferred. The facilitator receives a stipend of $325.00 per class. To apply, please fax resume to 202-879-9457, attention: Kitty Huggins or apply via email to hugginsk@dcsc.gov . This position will remain open until filled.

(Posted 2/5/14)


 

Children’s Education Facilitator: The District of Columbia Courts are seeking qualified applicants to provide group facilitation services for the children’s seminar of the Program for Agreement and Cooperation in Contested Custody Cases (PAC). The PAC children’s seminar is designed to assist children who maybe experiencing difficulties as a result of their parents/guardian court contested custody conflict.

The children facilitators utilize a play-based learning theory model. This model allows children to express themselves through arts and crafts and small group discussion. The seminar also affords children the opportunity to identify with other children who are going though similar situations.

The facilitator must be empathetic, open and friendly. He/she must have the ability to gain the trust of children and be able to conduct group facilitation with children from a wide variety of social and economic backgrounds. The facilitator must have the ability to work alone and in a team. The children seminars are held at the DC Superior Courts, Moultrie Building two Saturdays a month from 9:30 am to 2:00pm. The facilitators are paid a stipend of $225.00 per session. Education Requirements:

To be considered for this position you must possess a master’s degree in child psychology, therapy, counseling, mental health, child development or other child related fields. You must have at least 3 years experience in the areas of teaching, psychotherapy, social services or children’s healthcare or 5 years of equivalent work experience with children. Applicants must provide proof of education/ credentials and complete a background check. To apply, please fax resume to 202-879-9457, attention: Kitty Huggins or apply via email to kitty.huggins@dcsc.gov. This position will remain open until filled.

(Posted 2/5/14)

 


 

PSYCHOLOGIST: Seeking Lic. Psychologists for work with multidisciplinary mental health team  in nursing homes and assisted living facilities; Della Behavioral Health Services is a small new co. managed by Dr. Melinda Fitting who has over 30 years’ experience working with older adults; our goal is to provide care for vulnerable adults and we are dedicated to high quality care; email cover letter and resume to info@dellabhs.com.

(Submitted 01/13/14)

 


 

PSYCHOLOGIST: Seeking Lic. Psychologists for work with multidisciplinary mental health team in nursing homes and assisted living facilities; Della Behavioral Health Services is a small new co. managed by Dr. Melinda Fitting who has over 30 years' experience working with older adults; our goal is to provide care for vulnerable adults and we are dedicated to high quality care; email cover letter and resume to info@dellabhs.com.
(Submitted 1/13/14)

 


 

STAFF PSYCHOLOGISTS: (2), Full-time, 12-month, University Counseling Center, University of Maryland, College Park. (Extending Search)

Seeking two broad-based generalist psychologists to provide psychological and career counseling for university students. Provide psychological and career assessment, intakes, crisis intervention, and consultation and outreach services. Supervise graduate level counseling trainees. Periodic teaching in academic department is expected. Experienced in working with diverse populations. Qualifications: Doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology or Clinical Psychology from an American Psychological Association (APA) accredited program. Successful completion of an APA accredited internship. Preference will be given to applicants who are licensed or licensed ready and within six years post-doctorate.  Deadline:  For best consideration apply by February 14, 2014. Positions open until filled.  To Apply: https://ejobs.umd.edu/postings/20902.

(Submitted 12/18/13)

 


 

PART TIME PSYCHOLOGIST:  Abrams & Associates, Center for Family Psychotherapy is an interdisciplinary child, adolescent and adult private practice in Kensington and Rockville Maryland, seeking licensed psychologists, part-time.  Competitive pay with furnished office and group collaboration. This practice specializes in parent education and intervention. Experience required in working with children who exhibit social-emotional, developmental and behavioral challenges and their parents/families. Practice is best suited to directive, engaging and eclectic therapists.  Additional desirable skills: parent consultation, assessment, child social-skills group or adolescent group experience. See abramsandassociates.com. Contact Dr. Kay Abrams, Director:  drkay@abramsandassociates.com  with resume/CV or call 301-949-2098.

(Submitted 12/09/13)

 


 

PART-TIME PSYCHOLOGIST: Rare opportunity for Maryland licensed clinical psychologist with Ph.D. or Psy.D. for a Part-time position in a long established, highly recognized private child, adolescent and adult psychiatric practice in Rockville area.  The individual should have significant experience with children, adolescents, adults, LD and ADHD.  The position includes assessment, individual and family therapy, including cognitive behavioral therapy, treatment for improved parent management skills and the ability to lead social skills groups.  Experience conducting therapy with adults and couples is also desirable.  The availability of after-school and/or weekend hours is necessary.  The individual will responsibly follow patients in an empathic, thoughtful, and well-planned out approach.  We are looking for a congenial individual to work in a pleasant environment with experienced professionals.  Please email cover letter and resume to:  Pyschpractice32@gmail.com.

(Submitted 12/09/13)

 


POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP - Springfield Hospital Center in Sykesville, Maryland is accepting applications for Psychology Associate Doctorate (postdoctoral fellowship) in Forensic Services. The position is a fulltime, one year position beginning in September of 2014 and ending in September of 2015. Eligible candidates must have completed a pre-doctoral internship in psychology as well as all graduation requirements by the start date. Duties include pretrial evaluation of competency to stand trial and criminal responsibility, risk assessments, research, and treatment for competency restoration and community re-entry.

If interested, please send the following materials by January 13, 2014 to Postdoctoral Coordinator, Springfield Hospital Center, Office of Forensic Services, 6655 Sykesville Road, Sykesville, MD 21784: curriculum vitae, statement of interest, official transcript, and three letters of recommendation. If you have questions you may call (410) 970-7101.
(Submitted 12/4/13)

 


 

NOW HIRING: LICENSED PRACTITIONERS/PSYCHOLOGY ASSOCIATES: Looking for independently licensed therapists, or Psychology Associates to help us grow! LCSW, LCPC, LGPC, all okay. Must have neuroscientific approach, curiosity about the brain, interest in learning additional skills, and longer term intentions from employment. Relevant experience favored. Areas of need: Greenbelt, MD, and in Lutherville/Owings Mills. Become part of a harmonious, supportive team of professionals learning and growing together. Email resume please, to: gneurodoc@aol.com. Attention Dr. G Newman, The Neuroscience Team.
(Submitted 11/26/13)

 


 

PSYCHOLOGIST, FULL-TIME, FACULTY POSITION:

Are you in clinical practice and wishing to share your experience in an academic environment?

The Institute for the Psychological Sciences (IPS) in Arlington, VA invites applications for a full-time Clinical Psychology faculty position that involves teaching clinical courses, supervising students, as well as program administration duties and possibilities for research.

IPS is a free-standing professional school offering both M.S. and Psy.D. degrees in clinical psychology.  We are located in an exciting area near the Nation’s Capital.

IPS is a cutting-edge institution offering a unique integration of sound science and the effective practice of psychology within a Catholic perspective.

We seek applicants with doctoral degrees who are licensed or license-eligible as clinical psychologists in the Commonwealth of Virginia.  We welcome professionals at every stage of their career to join our distinguished team.

Rank of appointment and salary will be commensurate with qualifications.

Kindly send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae by e-mail (facultyrecruitment@ipsciences.edu) or mail to: Faculty Recruitment Committee, IPS, 2001 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite # 511, Arlington, VA 22202.  The letter of interest should address the applicant’s compatibility with the IPS mission (found on our website:  www.ipsciences.edu).

The Institute of the Psychological Sciences (IPS) is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and is actively committed to increasing diversity within its community.   IPS encourages applications from persons of color, women, veterans and persons with disabilities.

(Submitted 11/25/13)

 


 

PSYCHOLOGISTS: Two Licensed Psychologist Positions with the Baltimore Washington Conference (BWC) of the United Methodist Church:

 

Requirements:

  • Maryland Licensed Psychologist with at least 3 years post-graduate experience.
  • Experience conducting psychological assessments (including MMPI-2), psychosocial interviews, and clinical interviews.
  • A Christian faith-based perspective; ideally, experience working with ministers and/or ministerial candidates.

Description of Job:  The BWC is seeking two licensed psychologists to work as a team to assess ministerial candidates, serving as Ministerial Assessment Specialists. The Ministerial Assessment Specialists (MAS) interpret assessment measures, and conduct extensive psychosocial interviews and clinical interviews, screening for psychopathology and assessing inter- and intrapersonal functioning. The two psychologists form a Ministerial Assessment Team. The Team explores the candidate’s call to ministry, personality factors, and other experiences and functioning pertaining to fitness for ministry. They produce detailed reports that integrate test findings and collateral data with the psychosocial, clinical, and ministerial interviews. The team provides recommendations for the District Committees on Ordained Ministry, the Conference Board of Ordained Ministry, and the ministerial candidates. The Ministerial Assessment Team provides consultation and training to church leaders as needed.

These are contract positions, and we anticipate a need for approximately 30 psychological assessments per year. We are seeking a team that reflects the diversity of our conference. Compensation will be commensurate with experience and with one’s designated role on the team of Ministerial Assessment Specialists. Compensation commiserate with experience.  Applications will be accepted through January 10, 2014.

To Apply:

Send Curriculum Vita with cover letter and references to:

Rev. Amy McCullough

C/o Grace United Methodist Church

5407 N. Charles Street

Baltimore, MD 21210

graceumsrpas@verizon.net

The Psychological Review Committee

Board of Ordained Ministry

Baltimore-Washington Conference of the UMC

(Submitted 11/25/13)

 


 

LICENSED CHILD, FAMILY, PARENT THERAPIST:  Mindwell Psychology Bethesda, www.mindwell.us, a busy, well-established practice, seeks licensed child, family, and parent therapist. Two or more evenings per week or Saturdays essential. Position could include testing. Part time to start, can become full time. Mindwell is a fee for service practice in Bethesda with a terrific clinical team. We welcome working parents. Contact Rebecca Resnik drrebeccaresnik@gmail.com.

(Submitted 11/22/13)

 


 

PSYCHOLOGIST: Director of the Veterans Psychology Clinic-Division of Applied Behavioral Sciences, Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences-University of Baltimore:

Salary: Commensurate with qualifications

The Division of Applied Behavioral Sciences of the innovative Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Baltimore seeks a full-time Director of the newly established Veterans Psychology Clinic. For consideration, the successful applicant will hold a Ph.D. in Clinical or Counseling Psychology, be licensed or license-eligible in Maryland, and have training, expertise, and experience in the psychological treatment of veterans and their families. Responsibilities of the Director will include the following:
* Developing a new Veterans Psychology Clinic;
* Managing the operations of the Veterans Psychology Clinic and the UB Counseling and Training Center (CTC);

A minimum of 2-3 years of experience in a psychological treatment clinic or university counseling center and previous military experience are highly desirable.

The University of Baltimore, a component of the University System of Maryland, serves a diverse urban community with an emphasis on “knowledge that works.” The Division of Applied Behavioral Sciences has eight full-time faculty and offers one bachelor’s degree, one post baccalaureate certificate, and a M.S. in Applied Psychology.

Please see our vacancy announcement at http://www.ubalt.edu/about-ub/offices-and-services/human-resources/jobseekers/jobs-at-ub.cfm?&posting=873.

TO APPLY: Candidates must submit a letter of interest, a curriculum vitae, a sampling of their publications and/or commercial work, and three letters of recommendation to Chair, Search Committee, Division of Applied Behavioral Sciences, University of Baltimore, 1420 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21201. Materials may be submitted to Dr. Sandy Hill, Search Committee Chair, via electronically to Marcia Dean (410-837-5310, mdean@ubalt.edu ). To ensure consideration, all materials must be clearly marked with the UB employment vacancy number 300364 and must be received by December 1, 2013 for priority consideration; review of materials will begin on that date and continue until the position is filled.

The University of Baltimore is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/ADA Compliant Employer & Title IX Institution.

(Submitted 11/18/13)

 


 

LICENSED THERAPISTS: Licensed therapists wanted to join a psychiatrist in Glen Burnie.  Office Space, receptionist, phone/fax can be shared or therapist can work for existing PA.  The office is in a large medical building next to BWMC.  All medical specialties are present except other mental health providers.  The focus will be on adults with medical illness but all clinicians are welcome.  If interested, please email hanitaks@hotmail.com.

(Submitted 11/04/13)



Office and/or Meeting Space Available

 

PIKESVILLE: Shared Offices in Therapist Suite. Psychotherapy offices with large windows for a part-time therapist in a well-maintained professional building. Excellent location near Baltimore Beltway 695. Attractively furnished and decorated. Includes telephone, fax and internet. Free parking. Evening, day and weekend hours available. Office shared with other psychologists and therapists. Price varies according to hours, starts at $235. Call 410-654-1300.
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COLUMBIA:  Newly furnished office space for rent on hourly or monthly basis, day or evening, weekday or weekend. Contact Dr. Brad Sachs at 410-964-2206, or at www.bradsachs.com.
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Annapolis/Parole: Part time space available in 4 hour blocks. Large, attractive suite of offices. Individual practitioners in collegial environment. Includes telephone, fax, copier, and WiFi internet. Free parking near public transportation. Contact Dr. Ruth Weinstein : 410 266-8555 or DrRivka@verizon.Net.
(Posted 2/5/14)

 


 

Bethesda: Office Condominium for Sale: Decorated, Furnished Office Condominium (Waiting Room, Bathroom, Two Large Therapist's Offices with Windows). Located on Old Georgetown Road and comes with a "Deeded" Parking Space. Metro within easy walking distance, street and garage parking is also convenient. Unit is 698 Sq. Ft. with two entrances (front is 5 steps up from sidewalk. Comes with/without independent sublets. Serious Inquiries Only - 301-503-9476! NO REALATORS!
(Posted 4/10/14)

 


 

BETHESDA Downtown, near Metro and NIH. Great location. Furnished interior office in suite with other psychologists.  WiFi and fax included.  Attractive waiting room, staff restroom in suite, kitchenette.  Available April 1.  Please contact Jacob I. Melamed, Ph.D. @ 301-656-5360 or jacobmelamed@erols.com.
(Posted 4/2/14)

 


 

BETHESDA - Office Available in 2 office suite with WR, bath, kitchen situated in quiet, residential building. 14.5'  x  12.5' with 4 x 8 sliding glass window. Located on East-West Highway 2 blocks from Bethesda Red Line Metro across street from Bethesda-Chevy Chase HS.  Reserved tenant parking available, client parking in building garage.  Available June 1, 2014.  Please contact Griff Doyle, Ph.D.  Clinical Psychologist at 301-652-8308 or griffdoyle@mac.com 
(Posted 4/2/14)

 


 

ELLICOTT CITY: Sound proofed furnished and/or unfurnished offices available.  Full time and /or shared daily offices in a very congenial, multi-disciplinary Mental Health professional environment.  Includes workroom (Photocopier & Fax available) and a full kitchen.  Handicapped access, ample parking, private staff bathrooms, patient bathrooms.  Convenient to Routes 40, 70, 29 and 695.  Contact Mike Boyle: 410-465-2500.
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SILVER SPRING/WHEATON: Conveniently located (very close to 495) and affordable office suite. Full or part-time (starting at $225).  Large windows in each of three treatment rooms.  Separate business office and large waiting room.  Includes telephone, fax, internet, file storage, office supplies, and beverages.  Free parking.  Heating/AC controlled within suite.  Pleasantly furnished/decorated.  Evening, day and weekend hours.  Call 301-980-3997.
(Posted 2/5/14)

 


 

TAKOMA PARK - Sublet Available.  Great downtown residential area, metro accessible. Newly furnished psychotherapy office space in quiet two-office suite.  Includes free WiFi, kitchen w/refrigerator, microwave, & workspace.  Warm, inviting waiting area includes refreshments for patients.  Available full day Wed, Fri, weekends.  Contact Dr. Alan Nathan 301-442-1713 or drahnathan@gmail.com
(Posted 4/2/14)

 


 

TOWSON:  Sunny office available full-time in charming downtown Towson.  Share a waiting area and bathroom.  Parking available.  Please contact Beth at williamsplunkett@comcast.net or 410-832-5767.

(Submitted 01/13/14)

 


NORTH BETHESDA: Office Space for Rent 6010 Executive Blvd, North Bethesda, MD. Beautiful, new windowed furnished office space for rent in a very well maintained building. Plentiful parking. Shared waiting room. Kitchen area includes sink, microwave, and refrigerator.  Access to printer, fax, internet, and phone/answering/paging service if desired. Separate room available for testing. Can be rented either full or part time. Rent negotiable. Call Howard or Pat at 301-587-2818.

(Submitted 12/20/13)

 


 

LUTHERVILLE: Office space available full and part-time in prime area in Lutherville at the I695/83 intersection.  Share the suite with social workers, psychiatrists and psychologists.  Collegial environment with opportunities for cross referrals.  Call Stuart Varon, M.D. (410-583-1859) or Lisa Hoffmeyer, Ph.D. (443-983-4847).  Email PsiLisa@aol.com.

(Re-Posted 4/2/14)

 


ROCKVILLE/NORTH BETHESDA: Large, unfurnished office (12 x 17) with wall to wall windows (overlooking parkland) in suite of three offices with shared waiting room, file room and kitchen/admin area. Share suite with psychologist and clinical social worker. Located on third floor of well-maintained, four story professional building on Tower Oaks Boulevard, just off Montrose Road near 270. Free parking. Beautiful office, great location. Available June 1, 2014. Contact Andrea Goldensohn at 301-468-7711 or drg@andreagoldensohn.com.

(Posted 3/5/14)

 


 

ROCKVILLE: Large office on first floor of townhouse in office park on Executive Blvd just south of Montrose Blvd. in Rockville.  Large windows, high ceilings.  $700 per month. Available Feb. 1, 2014. Contact: Molly Hauck 301-881-4884, ext. 3 or DrMollyHauck@gmail.com.

(Submitted 12/13/13)

 


 

CHEVY CHASE:  SUNNY DC PSYCHOTHERAPY OFFICE.  Located in a well-maintained Connecticut Avenue building just below Chevy Chase Circle, it is part of a four-office suite of independent (but friendly) practitioners. Rent is $470/month.  Ample street parking.  Please call 202-362-6693 or email jjacobsdc@aol.com.

(Submitted 12/09/13)

 


 

ELLICOTT CITY: Psychotherapy offices available part time. Free parking, nice waiting room and bathroom in suite. Utilities, Internet, Copier and Fax included in Rent. Great location near Rts 108, 175, 100 and 70. Email inquiries to krey5@verizon.net or call 410-689-5181.
(Submitted 12/4/13)

 


 

 

 

 


Workshops & Seminars

 

 

Alvord, Baker & Associates, LLC is pleased to announce their upcoming Training Institute course -- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Children and Adolescents. Beginning in October 2014 and concluding in June of 2014, every other month didactic presentations will address CBT treatment with children and/or adolescents who are experiencing: anxiety, panic, OCD, depression, ADHD, ODD, and tic disorders. Small group consultations will be conducted in the alternating months, to provide an opportunity for case discussion. Sessions will be held at our Rockville, Maryland location on specific Friday mornings. Space is limited. For more information, please visit our website: www.alvordbaker.com/traininginstitute, or contact Dr. Veronica Raggi at 301-593-6554 x57 or by email (vraggi@alvordbaker.com).
(Posted 4/11/14)

 


 

SYMPOSIUM ON TICK-BORNE DISEASES. For many people, Lyme and other tick-borne diseases can manifest with psychiatric and behavioral manifestations. Learn how to recognize tick-borne diseases in your clients; learn about the neuro-inflammatory mechanisms these organisms use to thrive which often result in behavioral changes; how to differentiate which organisms may be causing psychiatric symptoms; best testing methods; as well as different treatment options at the "Symposium on Tick-borne Diseases" being held Saturday, May 17th, at the Hyatt resort in Cambridge, MD. The conference includes 7 continuing ed credits for MD's, nurses and social workers; world renowned speakers; 16 exhibitors; lunch and refreshments. To learn more and to register on-line or by mail, visit: www.mdlymeconference.com
(Posted 4/11/14)

 


 

Sol Levinson & Bros., Inc., Jewish Community Services present Irvin B. Levinson Memorial Lecture, May 21, 6:00 - 9:15pm. Glenn J. Treisman, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Internal Medicine at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, "Depression and Demoralization in Patients with Chronic Illness," and Doreen Horan, LCPC, FAMI, Manager of the Counseling Center at Stella Maris, "Creative Grief Counseling for Children and Adults." 3 Category I or A CEUs. 410-466-9200.

(Posted 4/10/14)

 


Addressing the Psychological Health of Warriors and their Families


April 14-18, 2014 - NTSB Conference Center - Washington, DC

 

The Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) is pleased to offer you a five-day training opportunity, Addressing the Psychological Health of Warriors and their Families, in Washington, D.C. from April 14-18. CDP's mission is to prepare mental health providers to meet the needs of service members and their families. We offer one-week programs four times per year in different regions throughout the country.
 
This one-week course provides training on deployment-spectrum behavioral health concerns facing the military population. For the first time, workshop attendees will have the choice to attend one of two training tracks:
 

  • Health Psychology track including one-day workshops in CBT for Insomnia and CBT for Chronic Pain
  • PTSD track including a two-day workshop in Prolonged Exposure Therapy

 Both training tracks will feature sessions on:

  • Deployment cycle stress for service members and families
  • Identification and treatment of deployment-related depression and suicide
  • Substance abuse
  • Assessment & Treatment of PTSD
  • Ethics

 Cost is $95
 
This five-day training, which includes all handouts, materials, training booklets and CE credits (more than 30 are possible) costs $95, regardless of the number of sessions attended.
 
Please Note:  Although we recommend attending the full program, we recognize being away from the office for a week may be difficult for some providers. Therefore, participants may choose to attend individual sessions. For the select content (i.e., PTSD Track or Health Psychology Track), participants may choose to attend individual sessions within their chosen track. In the PSTD Track, PE is a two-day session and participants must attend both days.

To Register:
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Additional Information can be found at:
http://deploymentpsych.org/training/civilian/washingtondc
Please let us know if you have any questions about the event or CDP. Please feel free to share this message and the attachment with clinicians, faculty, and graduate students who may have interest in attending. We look forward to hosting a successful training event in Washington, DC!
(Posted 2/27/14)
 

 

 


3 or 6 CE’s: “Strategic Interventions With Grieving Clients” (Part A. Children and Adolescents (3CE's); Part B. Adults and Families (3 CE's).  May 2, 2014. Co-sponsored: M.P.A. and The Jeffreys Institute For Study of Loss and Bereavement. The Maryland Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. The Maryland Psychological Association maintains responsibility for the program and content.
Register: www.marylandpsychology.org/documents/jeffreys.pdf    Information: The Family Center: (410-531-5087).

(Submitted 01/23/14)

 


 

Is building your practice getting you down? Are you puzzled about how to use social media? Are you unsure about where to invest your time and money promoting your practice? If "yes" is your answer to any of these questions, join us for a one-day workshop to Build an Action Plan to Create or Transform Your Private Practice. With our guidance and business expertise, you'll: develop your vision; explore your strengths and challenges; create your elevator speech and unique power message; target potential referral sources and develop practical and effective ways to reach them using social media and traditional methods; learn "best practices" to promote yourself; and discuss nuts and bolts of creating and managing a successful private practice. You will also apply an innovative method to test the effectiveness of your practice building approaches and leave with your personalized practice development roadmap. Presented by: Gail Guttman, LCSW, and Evan Leepson, MSW, MBA. Gail Guttman, LCSW is a partner at Guttman & Pearl Associates. Gail has developed and grown a dynamic group practice since 1985. Gail was chosen by Washingtonian Magazine in 2009 and 1012 as "Top Therapists" in the metropolitan DC area. Evan Leepson, MSW, MBA brings a unique approach that other practice management consultants do not have. Evan has worked with more than 100 psychotherapists and consults with other service professionals to create effective practice management strategies. Friday, February 28, 2014 and Friday, May 16, 2014 in Rockville, MD. Register online at www.gpatherapy.com. Contact gail@gpatherapy.com or call (301) 984-0322.
(Submitted 1/9/13)

 


Two 7-Hour CE Offerings on the Neuropsychology of Dementia: Presented by Jason Brandt, PhD, ABPP(CN). Part I, February 20, 2014: Detection, Assessment, and Differential Diagnosis (Note that this is substantially the same as the Neuropsychology of Dementia course taught at CRI in April 2013). Part II, March 27, 2014: Case Studies in Neuropsychological Assessment, Treatment and Management of Dementia. Held 8:00am-5:00pm, at the Copper Ridge Institute, 710 Obrecht Road, Sykesville, Maryland, 21784. These full-day workshops are designed exclusively for licensed psychologists and advanced graduate students. Early registration and student discounts available. Space is limited. For more information, or to register, please visit our website: www.crinstitute.org, or call 410-795-8808 x 1116. The Copper Ridge Institute is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Copper Ridge Institute maintains responsibility for this program and its contents.

(Submitted 11/20/13)

 


 

 


Groups: Clinical Consultation, Psychotherapy, Supervision


 

CLINICAL/CONSULTATION GROUP

Infertility Counseling Study Group --- 10 sessions beginning September 2014 (Second Tuesday, 4 - 7 PM in Rockville)

 

Psychological and medical overview, assessment and treatment approaches, pregnancy loss, special populations, assisted reproductive techniques, donor and surrogacy, post-infertility issues, ethical challenges.  Text:  Infertility Counseling:  A Comprehensive Handbook for Clinicians, 2nd Ed., Sharon Covington & Linda Burns, Eds.

 

Facilitated by Nancy Hafkin, PhD and Sharon Covington, LCSW-C, Fee is $1200, limited to ten members.

 

Contact Nancy Hafkin (301-951-9002), nhafkinphd@aol.com, or Sharon Covington (301-279-9030), sharon.covington@integramed.com

(Posted 2/27/14)

 


 

EATING DISORDERS GROUP-COMPULSIVE, BINGE EATING, BULIMIA.
Chevy Chase. Excellent adjunct for your patients in I.P. who continue to struggle with this issue. Collaborative therapy, will not detract from I.P. Members are 25+, experienced in therapy. Orientation: CBT, DBT, goal-directed, interactional, w/ coaching input. Monday, 6-7:30pm, $70/session.
Contact Judith Asner, MSW, BCD, LCSW-C, Clinical Social Worker/Certified Hudson Institute Coach.
301-654-3211, judith.asner@verizon.net.
(Submitted 1/3/14)



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