This position provides clinical leadership to an integrated out-patient team that supports people with brain injury from inpatient rehabilitation hospital admission, through outpatient services, and thereafter through a variety of services and research into community-based services unique to RHI. We maintain an innovation cycle that develops and implements community based programs, engages in exacting program evaluation data analysis, identifies outcomes and lessons learned, and uses that information for program improvement and new program development. Our community initiatives include: return to work through Resource Facilitation, immediate post-discharge services through an ACL grant, and we will soon be working with people with brain injury in the criminal justice system. The Clinical Director roles exists to a) provide clinical program leadership and development, program quality, and programmatic oversight for the Rehabilitation Neuropsychology and Resource Facilitation departments, b) in collaboration with the Director of the Research Training and Outcome Center (RTOC), develop and conduct research and program development, c) lead and oversee the clinical training programs of these departments, d) provide direct clinical services, including diagnostics and treatment, and e) in collaboration with the Director of the RTOC, and the Executive Director of Neuropsychology and Resource Facilitation, to promote these findings to policymakers and current and potential funders.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES:
Writing and verbal skills; interpersonal skills; ability to work with individuals, families, and groups. Must desire to work with an adult brain injury population from adolescent age and older. Must have leadership skills, a track record in research and publication is preferred. Bilingual capability (English/Spanish) preferred.
Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology or Rehabilitation Psychology
SPECIAL TRAINING, LICENSURE, CREDENTIALING:
Indiana license and HSPP. ABPP is preferred, or encouraged with support for the successful candidate
PH D. or PSY D. in Psychology with a minimum of two to five years documented training/experience in clinical Neuropsychology, with leadership experience in Neuropsychology or Rehabilitation Psychology preferred
Internal Number: 1559
About Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana
Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana (RHI) is an acute care rehabilitation hospital for inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation. RHI specializes in
brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke, and comprehensive medical rehabilitation for injuries or illnesses resulting in loss of function.
RHI is a community collaboration between Indiana University Health and St. Vincent.