Integrative Health Psychologist
Vanderbilt University


The Osher Center for Integrative Health at Vanderbilt (OCIH-V) is currently seeking a full-time licensed psychologist who will have a primary faculty appointment within the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, in the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. 

Knowledge and experience working with adult patients with chronic medical conditions and/or chronic pain in a medical setting is required. Broad knowledge of working with trauma is also required. Familiarity with and interest in integrative/complementary therapies and body-centered approaches to care is preferred.

This is a primarily clinical position and responsibilities include conducting initial consultations, providing individual and group therapy to adult patients with chronic medical conditions, and serving as an active member of an interdisciplinary treatment team. Responsibilities also include attending and participating in OCIH-V meetings and attending required faculty meetings and conferences (i.e. Department of PM&R faculty meetings, Grand Rounds, faculty trainings). There are opportunities for involvement in supervision, education, and research depending on interests and experience. Extensive training and mentorship in clinical mindfulness and clinical hypnosis are offered.

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