Getting Your First Job in Clinical Psychology: R1, Veterans Affairs, and Liberal Arts setting guidelines

$10.00

Panelists: Drs. Deborah Drabick, Matt Kimble, Michael Otto, Wayne Siegel and Doug Tynan

Overview: Join our seasoned panelists and APA Division 12 members as they discuss how to navigate what has become an immensely competitive job market in clinical psychology. You will learn what setting is best for you including how your time is split in each these settings, and what their expectations are for promotion, as well as what goes into applying for a job in each setting, tips for putting together a compelling application and job talk, and finally, negotiation considerations and strategies. Panelists include Drs. Deborah Drabick of Temple University, Matthew Kimble of Middebury College via the Boston VA Health Care System, Michael Otto of Boston University via Massachusetts General Hospital, Wayne Siegel of the Minneapolis VA Health Care System, and Doug Tynan, of the APA Center for Psychology and Health who will share his perspectives on working in integrated health care settings. Following introductions, the panelists will cover their insights into how to go about the application process, which will be followed by a Q&A with audience members.

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Panelists: Drs. Deborah Drabick, Matt Kimble, Michael Otto, Wayne Siegel and Doug Tynan

Overview: Join our seasoned panelists and APA Division 12 members as they discuss how to navigate what has become an immensely competitive job market in clinical psychology. You will learn what setting is best for you including how your time is split in each these settings, and what their expectations are for promotion, as well as what goes into applying for a job in each setting, tips for putting together a compelling application and job talk, and finally, negotiation considerations and strategies. Panelists include Drs. Deborah Drabick of Temple University, Matthew Kimble of Middebury College via the Boston VA Health Care System, Michael Otto of Boston University via Massachusetts General Hospital, Wayne Siegel of the Minneapolis VA Health Care System, and Doug Tynan, of the APA Center for Psychology and Health who will share his perspectives on working in integrated health care settings. Following introductions, the panelists will cover their insights into how to go about the application process, which will be followed by a Q&A with audience members.