The UB Behavioral Medicine Division seeks an outstanding Clinical Health Psychologist specializing in evaluation and treatment of patients with painful medical disorders.We are seeking a licensed or license-eligible psychologist with expertise in chronic pain management.
Roles and responsibilities include:
Providing services including assessment and delivery of evidence-based therapy (telemedicine, face to face) for patients with persistent pain disorders;
Ability to develop and maintain collegial relationships for the purpose of functioning a consultant to providers and patients with medical problems such as lower back and neck pain, fibromyalgia, arthritis, irritable bowel syndrome, non-cardiac chest pain, temporomandibular joint disorder, benign headaches, pelvic pain within the context of an adult clinic setting rooted in biopsychosocial model of care
Pre-surgical evaluations to determine the psychological readiness of medical patients for invasive procedures (e.g., spinal cord stimulators)
Supervision of trainees (including graduate students, fellows, residents) around behavioral issues of chronic illness.
Research interest and experience is always valued but not necessary for this position. Opportunities exist to collaborate on active nationally funded multi‐site research.
Outstanding Benefits Package
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