Psychologist II - Pain Medicine


Date: 10/06/2020

Location: Pittsburgh

The Psychologist II will join a multidisciplinary team of clinicians, that already includes behavioral health clinicians who are passionate about the treatment of chronic pain and genuinely value the role of psychology in chronic pain care. The psychologistís primary responsibility will be the provision of psychological assessment and treatment of patients living with chronic pain. The psychologist will also be able to pursue teaching, supervision, research, and program development opportunities.

Provides evaluation and treatment of patients with a variety of neurodevelopmental, behavior and/or mental health concerns. Provides diagnostic interviews/assessments with patients and/or families, conducts appropriate testing as needed, and provides feedback and recommendations to patients, families, and/ or community agencies/providers. May function as a sub-specialist within the unit or provide specialty services for other programs. Coordinates with care teams to plan behavioral health treatment across levels of care.

Learn more below.