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Army Psychology. SSG Adam Hendrickson (404) 808-6790 call or text [email protected] Army Psychology Jobs. Brigade Psychologists Direct support to troops (infantry, aviation, MP, MI) Combat Stress Control Detachment Area Support Medical Company MEDDAC/MEDCEN
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Army Psychology SSG Adam Hendrickson (404) 808-6790 call or text [email protected] Army Psychology Jobs
  • Brigade Psychologists
  • Direct support to troops (infantry, aviation, MP, MI)
  • Combat Stress Control Detachment
  • Area Support Medical Company
  • MEDDAC/MEDCEN
  • Outpatient Clinic
  • May have subspecialties
  • Cadet Center for Personnel Development
  • Special Operation
  • Survival Evasion Resistance & Escape (SERE) School
  • Joint Personnel Recovery Agency (JPRA)
  • Intelligence Command (INSCOM)
  • Army Psychology Jobs
  • Special Operations Cont’d
  • Ranger Regiment
  • Group Psychologist
  • Special Operation Aviation Regiment (SOAR)
  • Special Operation Warfare Center (Assessment & Selection)
  • Program Director at MTF
  • Uniformed Services University
  • Recruiting Command
  • Paths to Army Psychology Health Professions Scholarship Program: apply in either 2nd or 3rd year of graduate program Clinical Psychology Internship Programs Clinical Psychology Residency Programs Direct Accession for licensed psychologists Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Bethesda, MD Madigan Army Medical Center Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA Tripler Army Medical Center Honolulu, HI Eisenhower Army Medical Center Ft. Gordon, GA San Antonio Military Medical Center Ft. Sam Houston, Texas Clinical Psychology Internship Programs Madigan Healthcare System Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash. Madigan Army Medical Center
  • Located near Tacoma, Washington
  • “World-class military medicine and compassionate, innovative, academic health care for Warriors and Warrior Families past, present, and future.”
  • Internship accredited by APA for 9 years in 2013
  • Residency accredited by APA for 9 years in 2013
  • Regional Trauma Center
  • Patient population
  • 36,000+ Active Duty service members (always in deployment cycle)
  • 108,000+ total beneficiaries (families, retirees, etc.)
  • The Army’s Behavioral Health Technology Center (T2)
  • Internship Training Rotations
  • Behavioral Health Clinic (6 months)
  • Primary Care Consultation (2 months)
  • Neuropsychology (2 months)
  • Emphasis on TBI assessment
  • Trainee-selected elective (2 months)
  • Pediatric Psychology
  • Programs and Research Service
  • Health Psychology
  • Additional Training
  • Didactic Series
  • Assessment
  • Intervention
  • Psychopharmacology
  • Data-driven decision making
  • Using research to inform clinical practice
  • Special Topics
  • e.g. ethics, military culture, diversity issues
  • Military Culture Outings
  • Simulated firing ranges
  • Simulated convoy operations
  • “Field trips” to see operational components of local Army, Air Force, and Navy assets
  • Tripler Army Medical Center Honolulu, Hawaii Tripler Army Medical Center
  • Located on the Moanalua ridge overlooking Honolulu
  • “Service to our Nation through high quality healthcare"
  • Serves the entire pacific region
  • Center of Excellence for Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance
  • TAMC
  • Three four-month rotations
  • Adult rotation mandatory
  • Two optional rotations
  • Neuropsychology
  • Child Psychology
  • Health Psychology
  • Community Psychology
  • TAMC
  • Community Rotation
  • Unique, rural, primary care setting
  • Comprehensive health center and provide adult outpatient, substance abuse, ER, and psychological consultation
  • Fast paced environment under the supervision of four psychologists and two psychiatrists. 
  • Cross cultural issues
  • Brooke Army Medical Center Ft. Sam Houston, Texas BAMC/SAMMC
  • Located in San Antonio, Texas
  • “We are Dedicated to Warrior Service”
  • Level 1 Trauma Center
  • Army’s Institute of Surgical Research
  • Burn Center
  • Combat Casualty Care Center
  • Center for the Intrepid (2007)
  • BAMC/SAMMC
  • Three mandatory 3-month rotations:
  • Campus Behavioral Health Service
  • Neuropsychology
  • Adult Outpatient
  • Fourth Rotation, choose from:
  • Child & Adolescent
  • Clinical Health
  • Evidence Based Treatment rotation
  • focus on EBT for PTSD, Insomnia, Nightmares, Panic Disorders
  • Eisenhower Army Medical Center Augusta, Ga. Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center
  • DDEAMC
  • Located in Augusta, Georgia
  • “Provide excellent healthcare, ensure readiness, and enhance training”
  • APA approved
  • Southern Regional Medical Command
  • Fort Gordon is home of the Signal Corps
  • DDEAMC CPIP
  • Six required rotations
  • Adult Assessment
  • Health Psychology
  • Military Psychology
  • Neuropsychology
  • Warrior Transition Battalion Liaison
  • Inpatient Psychiatry
  • Outpatient Behavioral Health Services
  • Spans the entire year
  • Crisis intervention, intakes, short to intermediate length psychotherapy modalities
  • Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Bethesda, Md. Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
  • Located just outside Washington, DC in Bethesda, Maryland
  • “We Provide Warrior Care”
  • Long standing APA accredited program
  • Accredited since 1958
  • Large Military Medical Center setting
  • Remarkably diverse patient population
  • Direct patient care of Soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan
  • WRNMMC
  • Core Rotation: clinical skills in assessment and psychotherapeutic intervention
  • Specialty training through rotations:
  • Outpatient Rotation
  • Assessment Rotation
  • Psychological Health
  • Traumatic Brain Injury Rotation
  • After Internship
  • Optional One-Year Postdoctoral Residency Program – located at each internship site
  • Or Competitive selection for Clinical and Operational Psychology Residency at FT Bragg
  • Assignments vary depending on licensure
  • > 75% of our graduates since 2001 have been deployed in support of OIF/OEF
  • Clinical Psychology Residency Programs 12 month post-doctoral residencies co-located at each internship site Prepares residents for licensing examination and provides post-doctoral supervision Emphasizes military specific applications of clinical psychology and provide advanced skills in preparation for deployment Select post-doctoral residencies will accept accessions from civilian applicants who are attending or have completed an APA accredited internship and have completed all other doctoral degree requirements at an APA accredited Counseling Psychology or Clinical Psychology program No additional Service Obligation connected to the Residency What to Expect
  • 4 weeks in-processing and orientation
  • Basic Officer Leadership Course
  • 12 Month Internship Program
  • Residency or Assignment
  • BOLC
  • 8 week core curriculum course
  • Classroom instruction
  • Field Exercise
  • 2 week Behavioral Health Track
  • Includes psychology, social work, and occupational therapy officers
  • Career Path
  • Basic Officer Leadership Course
  • 10 weeks
  • Attend prior to internship
  • Internship (& doctoral graduation)
  • Licensure
  • One year Post Doctoral Residency
  • Available for those with dissertation complete
  • Allows supervision for licensure
  • Study and take EPPP
  • Do it on own
  • Initial assignment
  • Typically a 2-3 year tour
  • Fellowship opportunities
  • Career Path
  • 2 year Fellowships
  • Neuropsychology
  • BAMC, WRAMC or TAMC
  • Trauma and Resiliency
  • BAMC
  • Clinical Health
  • TAMC
  • Forensic Psychology
  • WRAMC
  • Captain’s Career Course
  • Career Path
  • Utilization Tour or Special Assignment
  • Depends on interest and officer’s preference
  • Intermediate Level Education
  • War College
  • Other assignments
  • Excellent Salary 100% Health, Dental, Vision 30 days of Annual Leave Continuing Education In-house Fellowships Professional Pay for Licensure and ABPP Army Family Retirement Thrift Savings Plan Life Insurance Army Benefits First Year Pay & Allowances
  • This example is for an 0-3 with less than 2 years time in service living in the Bethesda, MD area
  • Housing reimbursement is dependent upon housing location
  • * pay is non-taxable How to Apply
  • Contact an Army Healthcare Recruiter who will assist you with the application process www.goarmy.com Complete APPIC application by site deadlines WRNMMC – 16 November 2014 Madigan AMC – 15 November 2014 SAMMC – 8 November 2014 Tripler AMC – 7 November 2014 Eisenhower AMC – 16 November 2014
  • Recruiter will submit complete package to the Army Accession Board (13 JAN 2015)
  • Applicant Requirements
  • Completed all resident coursework in an APA approved program
  • U.S. citizen (or permanent immigrant visa)
  • Be less than 42 years of age
  • Meet the qualifications for commission as an AD Officer prior to selection
  • 3-year Active Duty Service Obligation
  • Questions? SSG Adam Hendrickson (404) 808-6790 call or text [email protected]
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