Developmental and Behavioral Services, Mat-Su Valley, Alaska
Position Description: This position is responsible for assessment and treatment of speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children birth through age 18. SLP will provide evidence-based interventions based on evaluation and care plan recommendations and procedures. Team-based assessment and continuum of care is a part of the neurodevelopmental approach.
Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant
Position Description: This position is responsible for a variety of tasks such as implementing activities designed to develop pre-language and language skills with infants and toddlers; and providing evidence-based interventions for patients who have identified speech, language, and feeding disorders.
Mat-Su Psychology Internship Consortium
Position Description: The mission of the Mat-Su Psychology Internship Program (Mat-Su PIC) is to prepare and retain pediatric health service psychologists who provide a collaborative approach to educational, neurodevelopmental, and integrated health psychology. Mat-Su PIC offers one-year, full-time doctoral internships beginning and ending in July each year. The start date for the 2018-2019 cohort is July 2018.
Position Description: The purpose of the psychologist position is to provide psychological services to children, adolescents, and their families. Services primarily include neuropsychological testing, assessment and evaluation. The neuropsychologist will participate in team-based neurodevelopmental evaluations (e.g., FASD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and High Risk Infant Follow-Up Evaluations). Additionally, Ptarmigan Connections has created a pre-doctoral psychology internship program that is in keeping with APPIC guidelines. Therefore, we are seeking a neuropsychologist who is interested in clinical supervision.
Licensed Professional Counselor
Position Description: This position can comprise of a variety of treatment services including individual, group, and family therapy to patients from early childhood to adolescents. The LPC is to complete initial and comprehensive mental health assessments, and develop and carry out goals and objectives throughout treatment.