The Psychologist – Pediatric Feeding Disorders will provide clinical services, clinical supervision and case management for outpatient cases as specified by the Director of the inpatient service, outpatient clinic, or Department Head. They will participate in hiring, supervising and evaluating Behavioral Psychology Staff. They will also participate in programs of systematic research and interact within an interdisciplinary team.
Qualified candidates must be licensed or license eligibleas a Psychologist in the State of Maryland. Doctoral degree in psychology required. Experience in a multi-disciplinary setting dealing with typically developing and children with developmental disabilities is preferred, but not necessary.
Candidates must have completed a minimum of a one year clinical internship in psychology with specialization in pediatric behavior disorders or another related field (self-injury, disruptive behavior, anxiety, etc.). Experience in conducting research and communicating research findings via professional conferences, peer reviewed journals, seminars, etc. is preferred, but not necessary. Direct feeding therapy experience is desired but open to training qualified candidates.
Kennedy Krieger Institute offers excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, 401K with match, tuition reimbursement, free parking and child care subsidies! In addition, we offer rich professional development opportunities.
Learn more about the Pediatric Feeding Disorders program at https://www.kennedykrieger.org/patient-care/centers-and-programs/feeding-disorders-program