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The Clinical Health Psychologist evaluates mental and/or emotional problems of patients relative to eating disorders.
The Clinical Psychologist also plans, develops and implements treatment programs, and performs the following tasks:- Evaluates patients' mental and/or emotional problems through interviews, testing, observation, and review of patients' charts.- Makes recommendations to Medical Director regarding use of drugs to control certain types of behavior in patients.- Plans and conducts continuing care groups for former patients; refer patients to other professionals and community agencies to fulfill continuing care needs.- Shares on-call, intervention, inquiry calls, and crisis intervention responsibilities with other members of interdisciplinary team.- Conducts educational programs for patients, families, other special groups, and general public as assigned.The ideal Clinical Psychologist candidate is someone who is experienced with eating disorders and adept at communicating and establishing relationships with professional groups, community help services and agencies, community self-help groups, medical staff, patients and patient family members.
We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package which includes retirement, health benefits, and 4 weeks of vacation time plus an additional 3 weeks of CME.About Us:Baylor Scott White Health is the largest not-for-profit health care system in the state of Texas and we believe care goes beyond hospital walls. With our new model of care, we treat patients when they're sick but we also work hard to keep them healthy. Our business is healing and we have positioned ourselves as not only a provider of quality health care, but also as a business that truly cares about people. Here, you'll learn the difference between being a health care provider and being one who truly serves others. You'll have more than just a job. At Baylor Scott White, you'll find your calling.
About Temple, TX:This Central Texas city has it all: an interesting history, top-class performing arts, and a wide variety of attractions, all set on a beautiful backdrop of sloping hills and wide-open farm land. Temple's enchanting scenery, small-town charm, and wealth of things to see and do makes it a compelling place to live.Temple sits a few miles east of the picturesque Lake Belton, a nearly 12,400-acre reservoir where you can embark on a nearly limitless amount of adventure. Area golf courses and nature preserves provide a great way to get out and explore Temple's countryside as well. Although there's plenty to experience outdoors, Temple is not just a place for nature lovers. Those who seek the sweet sounds of a top-class symphony should check out the Temple Symphony Orchestra. If you're more into the theater, attend a musical or a play performed by the Temple Civic Theatre. Temple's fascinating history, beautiful scenery, and big-city culture makes it a great choice for living in the Lone Star State.Licensed as a PsychologistPhD3-5 years experience
The largest not-for-profit health care system in Texas, Baylor Scott & White Health was born from the 2013 combination of Baylor Health Care System and Scott & White Healthcare. Known for exceptional patient care for more than a century, Baylor Scott & White Health includes 44 hospitals, more than 500 patient care sites, 6,000 affiliated physicians and 34,000 employees as well as the Scott & White health plan. Baylor Scott & White Health exists to serve all people by providing personalized health and wellness through exemplary care, education and research as a Christian ministry of healing.