Psychologist – Massachusetts General Hospital
Psychologist – Integrated Substance Use Disorder Training Program

The Massachusetts General Hospital seeks a full-time psychologist (PhD, PsyD, or EdD) for a one-year training program in Addiction Medicine starting in June 2024. The Integrated Substance Use Disorder Training Program (ISTP) is a new training fellowship that aims to train nurse practitioners, psychologists, and social workers in team-based addiction treatment, especially for under-served and diverse communities.

The Psychologist Fellow will work with other ISTP trainees to provide inter-disciplinary care for people with substance use disorders in a community-based health center setting. The training program will provide clinical experience in a variety of placements including an inpatient addiction consult service, a low-threshold walk-in clinic, and outpatient dual-diagnosis programs for adolescents and adults. Training and mentorship will be provided by experienced addiction practitioners who are faculty of this program.

To learn more about our program please visit us at: https://www.massgeneral.org/education/interdisciplinary-substance-use-disorder

Requirements for Submission:

  • Must submit three (3) letters of references. Two out of the three must be from a supervisor or manager. Could include a professor, preceptor, or training program director. Please upload references within your application.
  • Please include a personal statement focused on your interests in this field as well as your career intentions. Please upload statement within your application.
  • Updated resume should be included.

*Note – the above items must be submitted at the time of the application, otherwise your application is considered incomplete.

Educational Requirements:  PhD, PsyD, or EdD in Psychology required.

Licensure & Experience Requirements:  An interest in providing substance use disorder care in under-served, community-based settings.

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