The Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana (RHI), Indianapolis, Indiana, seeks a full-time Clinical Neuropsychologist to provide clinical assessment and intervention services to individuals and families affected by acquired brain injury and other neurological conditions. The position will serve primarily in the capacity of inpatient brain injury care, outpatient diagnostic evaluations, and outpatient individual and group therapy intervention. The ideal candidate would have experience working in a multidisciplinary team setting with patients who have sustained traumatic injury or other medical conditions requiring rehabilitation including spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, stroke, and orthopedic injury. Applicants should have relevant training and experience in neuropsychological assessment and therapeutic interventions relevant to the rehabilitation setting and patient population. It would be expected that applicants would have background and experience working with families as well as group interventions.
For additional information please contact Summer Ibarra, Ph.D., HSPP, Director of Neuropsychology and Resource Facilitation at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-329-2472. To apply please submit your application, CV, and letter of interest via the RHI website (www.rhin.com).
Competitive applicants will possess a PhD/PsyD from an APA-accredited doctoral program and will have internship (APA-accredited) and two years of supervised post-doctoral training in neuropsychology. Licensure/eligibility for licensure in Indiana is required. The position affords a competitive salary commensurate with experience and benefits.
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About Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana, Inc.
At RHI our staff are committed to providing the highest quality care to our patients, many of
whom have endured life-altering disease or trauma. Rehabilitation care is a concept that involves
treating acute illness, managing chronic conditions and teaching adaptive techniques to
enhance the quality of life for our patients.
RHI has 4 inpatient specialty areas: Brain Injury, Stroke, Spinal Cord and Orthopedic
Comprehensive Medical. The average length of stay is 14 days. Each day focuses on providing
care, educating patients and families as well as monitoring progress of the goals set for the
patient by the interdisciplinary rehabilitation team.