Addiction Recovery Management Service
Massachusetts General Hospital
The Addiction Recovery Management Service (ARMS) at Massachusetts General Hospital is seeking a 0.5 FTE (20 hrs) Clinical Psychologist position (Ph.D/Psy.D) with additional hours in the general department of psychiatry to fulfill a 1.0 FTE position if desired. ARMS is an outpatient clinic embedded in the Center for Addiction Medicine at MGH and Harvard Medical School. The ARMS program treats youth ages 14-26 years with primary addictive disorders and comorbid mental health issues using evidence-based treatment including ACRA, CBT, DBT, and MI. The ARMS program also provides intensive parent guidance following CRAFT procedures to provide support and skills to parents of youth with addictive disorders. This clinical position primarily includes conducting initial evaluations/assessments and providing individual and group treatment. New patient evaluations include diagnostic assessments using evidence-based measures and recommendations for treatment. Individual and group therapy is within a cognitive-behavioral/DBT and motivational framework treating youth with significant dual diagnosis issues. ARMS provides outpatient psychopharmacology for addictive and mental health disorders; therefore the position is embedded within a multi-disciplinary team of psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, and trainees.
1. Identify optimum level of care
2. Develop treatment plan consistent with patient need and readiness
3. Identify family risk/preventive factors and structure treatment accordingly whenever possible/appropriate
4. Maintain strong, positive relationships with Primary Care Physician and other medical staff to assure the highest quality of care to patients
5. Participate in medical team meetings, rounds, and case conferences to provide education and consultation to improve patient care
6. Work with family systems when appropriate and possible to involve family in recovery process
7. Ensure accurate documentation, conforming with all state and federal regulations
Contact: James McKowen, PhD., Program Director at email@example.com ARMS: http://www.massgeneral.org/psychiatry/arms/home.aspx
Applicants with relevant experience will be considered. Salem Hospital, a member of Mass General Brigham, is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Minorities and women are strongly encouraged to apply. Pre-employment drug screening is required.
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Patient-centered care model.
Leadership that listens and values your contributions and ideas.
Autonomy and respect for your skills and expertise.
Excellent salary and benefits.
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