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Marti L. Wangen, CAE  
Montana Psychological Association  
36 South Last Chance Gulch, Suite A  
Helena, MT 59601  


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Shodair Children’s Hospital seeks Clinical Psychologist


Shodair Children’s Hospital in Helena, MT is seeking a full time Licensed Clinical Psychologist provide high quality, safe, effective and compassionate psychological and therapeutic care to children and families.  Contributes to quality improvements in clinical care throughout the Psychiatry Department and Shodair Children's Hospital.  May participate in the training and education of students.  Reports to the Medical Director of Psychiatry.

Candidates must have meet the following minimum qualifications:

·         Ph.D. or Psy.D. from accredited psychology graduate program

·         Post-doctorate experience with children and families

·         Licensed in the state of Montana


Shodair Children’s Hospital is located in Montana’s capital city, Helena.  Helenais a family‑friendly, vibrant, growing community of approximately 30,000 (65,000 surrounding area), with an excellent school system and safe neighborhoods – an ideal environment to raise children. It is beautifully situated at the foot of the continental divide and equidistant from both Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks. Abundant outdoor opportunities include an award-winning bike and hiking trail system, lakes, mountain ranges and great skiing. Helena offers a wide range of recreational, social, cultural, and educational opportunities.


Please contact Melissa Moore, Director of Human Resources, at or call 406-444-7506 for any questions or to submit a resume.




Imagine living in the Puget Sound are where it’s green all year and there is little humidity.  You can look in one direction and see the water, look another direction and see snow-capped mountains and Mt. Rainier; we have lots of trees.  If you are outdoorsy, we have camping, hiking, backpacking, climbing, and skiing.  If you love the arts, we have galleries, museums, a world class ballet and symphony and wonderful restaurants.  Great public transportation and an International airport make travel easy."

Clinical Psychologist wanted for established outpatient medical rehabilitation clinic that provides best-practice behavioral health services and accredited interdisciplinary treatment for the management of chronic pain. We are seeking a full-time/part-time licensed, doctoral-level psychologist to work in our Everett clinic. 

Pacific Rehabilitation Centers are the Northwest experts at the interdisciplinary treatment of work-related pain/injury and other serious biopsychosocial conditions. We have been providing programs for over 30 years that include coordinated teams of: psychology, vocational counseling, medical, physical therapy, occupational therapy, nursing and biofeedback.  Our committed professionals are highly-experienced, use evidenced-based treatments and are able to energize, encourage and rehabilitate individuals who have lost hope about returning to life, work and wellness.

Psychological interventions include individual / group CBT, psycho-educational classes, consultations, evaluations, telepsychology, and cognitive testing.  Knowledge and experience in behavioral health medicine preferred.  Knowledge of psychopharmacology helpful.  Bi-lingual

*We are a Drug-Free Workplace. Employment is contingent on successful completion of drug and background screening.


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TITLE:  Clinical Psychologist, Rural Health Clinic


REQUIREMENTS:  Psy.D. or Ph.D. in clinical psychology

DUTIES:  There is a lot of flexibility with this position as you can tailor it to what fits you best.

Opportunities are available to provide both short-term and long-term therapy. You have the opportunity to provide any of the following: individual, family, couples and/or group therapy.

Most referrals are for affective disorders, anxiety, trauma, personality disorders and adjustment disorders.


·         Conduct assessments and treatment of adult clinical; child/adolescent clinical; health psychology & behavioral medicine populations.

·         Provide psychotherapy on a broad range of psychiatric issues. Including differential diagnosis, treatment of psychiatric disorders.

·         Cognitive-behavioral, skills-based, psychodynamic and supportive therapeutic approaches. Including psychological testing, crisis counseling, and suicide assessment.

·         Conduct psychological evaluations at the request of the Court.

·         Complete intake assessments, treatment plans, treatment summaries in addition to daily psychotherapy progress notes

·         Member of an interdisciplinary team. Provide in-service trainings for hospital and clinic staff.

·         Work collaboratively with organizations such as DPHHS, Youth Dynamics, Inc., the school district (if seeing children) as well as the County Attorney’s office

·         Engage in community outreach efforts by developing and conducting workshops, presentations, and participating in wellness fairs.

is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Please contact the HR department at (406) 228.3638 for more information.


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