A full time or part time position is available immediately in the Aaron T. Beck Psychopathology Research Center under the direction of Torrey A. Creed, Ph.D. and Aaron T. Beck, M.D. We are seeking applicants with expertise conducting training and supervision in Cognitive Therapy (CT) or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to serve as instructors in The Beck Initiative. Successful applicants will train community mental health clinicians to deliver CT for adults or children experiencing anxiety, depression, anger, homelessness, substance abuse and other common behavioral health issues, in the context of large-scale training grants. Primary responsibilities will involve the implementation of CT in community settings including agency and therapist engagement, workshop, group consultation and ongoing support for sustained practice of CT. Treatment settings may include outpatient clinics, substance abuse clinics, schools, Assertive Community Treatment Teams, residential treatment facilities or other community mental health settings. 


See for more information about The Beck Initiative.


Applicants must have a Masters (MA, MS, MSW or equivalent) or doctorate (PhD, PsyD, MD or equivalent) in clinical psychology, counseling psychology, psychiatry, social work or a related discipline. Applications are welcomed at the masters, postdoctoral, license eligible or licensed level.  Applicants with expertise in CT/CBT or training/supervision will be considered, but the ideal candidate will have significant experience in both areas. Bilingual applicants are particularly encouraged to apply. 


Applications (including CV, statement of interests, and 2 letters of reference) and inquiries should be emailed to Torrey Creed, Ph.D. ( Applications will be considered as they are received. Positions are available as early as Fall 2013.

Job posting: Psychologist/Implementation Researcher at the National Center for PTSD, Dissemination and Training Division, Menlo Park, CA

The National Center for PTSD, Dissemination and Training (D & T) Division in Menlo Park, California, has a current opening for a full-time Clinical Psychologist/Researcher.  Interested candidates may apply here: Please note that the posting will close on October 7th and all applications must be in at that time.


The D & T Division focuses on implementation research, and education and training related to advancing the clinical care and social welfare of America’s Veterans and others who have experienced trauma, or those who suffer from PTSD and stress-related disorders. The individual selected for the position will step into an environment defined by progressive thinking and state-of-the art application of science related to the understanding, diagnosing, and treatment of PTSD. The D & T Division is a dedicated group invested in understanding how to influence health care systems and policy, create products, and use technology to provide the best care for Veterans. The person in this role is expected to be involved in national dissemination, implementation, evaluation, and training initiatives, and in the development of content for and assessment of in-person trainings, on-line trainings, websites and use of other technologies that support providers and Veterans. Experience needed for the job includes ability to conduct dissemination and training research/program evaluation, write grants/journal publications/content related to mental health, and develop innovative products.  Additional qualities sought include excellent communication skills, ability to work with multiple and diverse team members, clinical knowledge, flexibility, and initiative. If you are interested in finding out more information about this position, please send an email and CV to Dr. Robyn Walser at and for more information about the National Center for PTSD please visit our website at

Dissemination and Implementation-Focused Clinical Assistant Professor Position at Indiana University

This position offers a unique opportunity to provide leadership for clinical science practicum training and intervention research at the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Indiana University. We are seeking an individual with training and clinical experience in evidence-based intervention techniques and a commitment to intervention development, implementation, and outcome assessment. A strong interest in translational research and practice with a focus on moving interventions from the lab/clinic to the community is desirable. Responsibilities will include: 1) supervision of predoctoral psychology students in clinical training, 2) development of community outreach for training and clinical research activities, 3) teaching clinical courses in the Department; 4) fostering development of externally funded clinical research initiatives. Qualifications include a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology; licensure in the State of Indiana (eligible), training and clinical experience in evidence based services; clinical supervisory experience; interest in university level teaching; and evidence of research potential. This will be a full time non-tenure track, faculty appointment beginning. Rank and salary commensurate with experience.
The Clinical Science Program at Indiana University is nationally recognized for an emphasis on translational research on mechanisms and intervention. Research is highly integrative, often involving methods from cognitive science, neuroscience, behavioral genetics, social and developmental psychology. The University is located in Bloomington, Indiana, a university city which offers an exceptional cultural, educational and recreational environment.
To apply, please send a curriculum vita, copies of representative publications, statements of research and teaching interests, and three (3) letters of recommendation to: William P.  Hetrick, Ph.D., Professor and Chair, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, 1101 E. 10th St., Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405, ATTN: Clinical Search. Materials may also be sent with “Clinical Search” in the subject line.  Review of all applications will begin on October 1, 2013 and will continue until the position is filled. Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. The Department is committed to increasing faculty diversity and welcomes applications from women and underrepresented ethnic, racial, and cultural groups, sexual minorities, and from people with disabilities.