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  • Postdoctoral Fellowship in Autism Spectrum Disorder and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities

    2023-2024 Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship in Autism and other Neurodevelopmental Disabilities; Denver, Colorado

    Insights, Colorado Assessment & Therapy provides pre- and post- doctoral psychology training. The training emphasizes an empirically based approach to diagnostic evaluation for disorders including: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), Intellectual Disabilities (ID), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), learning differences, and common comorbid disorders. Insights specializes in providing evaluations to individuals across the lifespan, and offers individual therapy to address social communication deficits, self-advocacy, and comorbid mental health concerns such as anxiety and depression, as well as parent consultation and psychoeducation and couples’ support.

    The Post-Doctoral Psychology training program emphasizes the development of collaborative diagnostic evaluation and skills of differential diagnosis, as well as opportunities to provide psychotherapy to individuals and their families. The Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellow participates in comprehensive psychological evaluations and related training opportunities.

    The Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship typically includes: 60-70% specialized clinical training in assessment administration, scoring, data interpretation, and report writing; 10-20% therapy, intervention, consultation, 10% pre-doc intern training, 10% participation in supervision.

    Post-doctoral Interns are provided office space, all testing equipment, access to computers, computer support (technical support, network access, internet access, electronic health record software). Current statutes in Colorado require psychology "candidates for licensure" to have one year of supervised post-doctoral experience (which includes 1,500 hours of experience practicing psychology under supervision). Fellows are expected to meet these requirements during the post-doctoral placement, with flexibility for the start and finish dates.

    Insights, Colorado Assessment & Therapy is owned by Claire Dumke, PsyD and Nancy Cason, PsyD, BCBA. They are actively involved in the diagnostic evaluations and provide training and supervision as part of a close-knit collaborative team.

    Compensation and Benefits:

    This postdoctoral fellowship is a paid position with a flexible start date between July and September and requires a 12 month commitment.  Previous clinical training and experience working with individuals with Developmental Disabilities is required. Applicants much have completed or be close to completing a doctorate from an APA-accredited (PhD or PsyD) Clinical, Counseling, School or Professional Psychology program and a one-year related predoctoral internship. Applicants must be able to show

    • Salary range: $48,000-$52,000/year dependent on experience
    • PTO, paid holidays, paid sick leave
    • Up to 3% employer match to 401K
    • Health insurance stipend
    • Paid malpractice insurance

    Application Process:  Please include the following documents:

    1. Cover Letter Statement of Interest - Please include the answers to the following questions in your Statement of Interest:    
      • Describe why a post-doctoral internship at Insights interests you.
      • Describe past experiences related to working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other neurodevelopmental disabilities.
      • How does advanced training in neurodevelopmental disabilities fit with your future professional plans?
      • What is the status of your dissertation/doctoral research project?
    2. Graduate School transcript
    3. Three (3) letters of recommendation from faculty or supervisors familiar with your interests and work relevant to this fellowship
    4. Resume/Curriculum Vitae

    Insights, Colorado Assessment is committed to the recruitment of culturally and ethnically diverse individuals.

    The deadline for receipt of materials is March 1, 2023. Please send all materials, or any questions related to the position, to

  • Masters Level Licensed psychotherapist (LPC, LMFT, LCSW)

    Full-time therapist to offer in-person and telehealth therapy without the stress of paying for overhead, billing for services, chasing after denied claims, checking benefits or verifying coverage.  This is a W-4 employee position that offers PTO, health insurance benefits, and 401K match for full time staff.ABOUT OUR PRACTICEInsights, Colorado Assessment and Therapy is hiring a full time therapist.  Insights is a group practice offering therapy and diagnostic services for individuals and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, learning differences, and co-morbid mood disorders.Insights, Colorado Assessment and Therapy is an insurance-based practice. We accept several major insurances, including Health First Medicaid. We strongly believe that quality therapeutic and diagnostic services should be financially accessible to all and offering insurance-based services is a small way we see to provide social justice to marginalized communities.  We are seeking someone to join our team who holds similar values toward the mental health system.We are located in the heart of Denver proper adjacent to City Park and across from East High School in a gorgeous 1924 Victorian home that has since been converted into offices.  We are lucky to occupy the entire building and, while exempt due to age of the building, have been able to make modifications to our space to be ADA accessible.ABOUT THE JOBSeeking full time therapist to provide individual and family counseling to the population that we serve. Benefits of the job include:
    • Health Insurance Benefits with company paying for all or portion of monthly premium
    • Traditional 401k with up to 3% company match
    • Competitive, monthly pay. Position is compensated far higher than community mental health and caseload is much more manageable
    • No on-call or crisis services.  We are not a crisis center and do not offer this to clients
    • Flexible schedule with weekday hours.  No late evenings or weekends required
    • All billing/payment, scheduling, and administrative tasks completed by our full-time administrative support staff
    • Insurance credentialing provided
    • Professional liability insurance provided
    • Use of EHR for centralized notes and scheduling
    • Consultation with other licensed, experienced professionals
    • Completely furnished office in gorgeous 1920s Victorian with full security system
    • Licensed in the state of Colorado with DORA as LPC, LMFT, LCSW
    • Masters degree from accredited program
    • Genuine compassion and passion for working directly with populations we serve
    • Experience with working with children and adults affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, learning differences, and co-morbid mood disorders
    • Ability to maintain positive relationships with clients
    • Excellent interpersonal skills including assertive communication
    • Ability to maintain timely progress notes and treatment plans
    • Interest in strong professional relationships with fellow team members
    • Ongoing effort to increase multicultural competence and inclusiveness
    COMPENSATION$50-55/hour depending on experience