We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Forensic Psychologist. Under supervision of the hospital forensic director, the successful candidates will be responsible for the completion of criminal forensic evaluations.
Job duties include the participation on the recovery planning (treatment) team; facilitation of group treatment; participation in the development of individualized recovery (treatment) plans; documentation of treatment progress; completion of face-to-face forensic mental health evaluations to determine competency to stand trial, criminal responsibility, and violence risk; report preparation; expert testimony; behavioral programming; clinical supervision of mental health counselors, and related work as assigned.
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Under the supervision of the Forensic Director of Psychology, the Forensic Psychologist will be responsible for the completion of criminal forensic evaluations.
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The Forensic Psychologist performs court ordered evaluations, commitment and recommitment evaluations pursuant to the provisions of G.L. c. 123. He/she evaluates individuals with suspected mental health difficulties often around issues of Competence to Stand Trial (CST) or Criminal Responsibility (CR), aid-in-sentencing, and civil commitment related to mental illness.
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We are looking for a Forensic Psychologist. As a Forensic Psychologist, your responsibilities will include:
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The candidate selected for this position will provide forensic psychological services to the Criminal Justice Unit, including assessment of sanity and competency, assessment of risk, admission screening and individual therapy. This Forensic Psychologist position may also provide staff consultation, training, participation in administrative committee/meetings and other duties as assigned. There may be travel to communities within the state in order to provide community-based forensic evaluations.
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The Forensic Psychologist is responsible for the overall implementation of forensic clinical psychological programs from the developmental through the evaluation stages. The work involves providing overall supervision to clinical personnel and interns and includes developing the goals, objectives, policies and procedures for accomplishing the work of the Department and the Courts.
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As a Forensic Psychologist, you will be leading forensic services, ensuring the delivery of consistent, effective and high quality evaluation services in order to meet the needs of consumers, courts, and stakeholders. You will help design, develop and deliver evidence based and emerging best practices in program format, actively participate in formulating department policies, supervising psychology services, and ensuring ethics are maintained in a manner consistent with American Psychological Association guidelines.