Maryland Treatment Centers, Inc.

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Psychologist

Adolescent/Adult - MMB | Baltimore, MD | Full Time

Job Description

Mountain Manor Treatment Center (MMTC) is seeking a full-time psychologist as a researcher and clinician.

Responsibilities would include:

  • Research coordinator for addiction treatment project
  • Clinical therapy in residential and outpatient settings
  • Supervision and leadership for clinical programming
  • Supervision and teaching opportunities
  • Leadership of future clinical research projects with opportunities to develop new projects

This is an exciting opportunity to participate in upcoming studies of opioid addiction with adults and families. MMTC is a thriving center for treatment of addictions and co-occurring disorders.  We offer a full continuum of levels of care for adults and young adults, including inpatient, intensive outpatient, outpatient, outpatient mental health clinic. We have an enthusiastic multi-disciplinary team, with a collaborative work environment.

Supervision is provided by senior staff mentors. We have an active teaching program with practicum placements for doctoral and masters level externs in psychology and social work. We have an active research program with opportunities for publications and collaborations with area academic centers. We are committed to implementation of innovative and evidence-based programming such as CBT, MI, mindfulness approaches, integration of relapse prevention pharmacotherapy, family therapy, cognitive rehabilitation, and others.

 

Located on Frederick Ave, Baltimore MD

 

Early- to mid-career candidates considered. Maryland psychology license or eligibility for license required. Research experience preferred. Competitive salary. Flexible hours. Possible start date between now and July 2018. Please forward your resume to Craig Cutter, Corporate Director for Human Resources, and Hoa Vo, Director of Research.