News Date: Monday, November 29, 2021 - 08:30
Psychologist – Integrated Substance Use Disorder Training Program
The Massachusetts General Hospital seeks a full-time psychologist for a one-year post doctoral fellowship in Addiction Medicine starting in June 2022. This program, the Integrated Substance Use Disorder Training Program (ISTP) is a new training fellowship that aims to train nurse practitioners, psychologists, and social workers team-based addiction care, especially for under-served and diverse communities. The Psychologist will work with other ISTP trainees to provide inter-disciplinary care for people with substance use disorders in a community-based health center setting. The training program will also consist of time spent on an inpatient addiction consult service, a low-threshold walk-in clinic, and outpatient dual-diagnosis programs for adolescents and adults. Training and mentorship will be provided by experienced addiction practitioners who are faculty of this program. Rolling applications accepted until December 31, 2021.
Requirements: Ph.D., Psy.D or ED.D in Psychology. An interest in providing substance use disorder care in under-served, community-based settings.
Inquiries and to request an application: Samantha Sawyer - firstname.lastname@example.org