Summary Description: Columbia UniversityCollege of Physicians and SurgeonsDepartment of PsychiatryFull-Time Psychiatrist in Women's Mental Health to work in Westchester/168th StThe Department of Psychiatry is seeking psychiatrists with interest and expertise in the assessment and treatment of psychological issues in women across the female reproductive life cycle. This is a full-time, clinical position that will provide training and supervision in the field of perinatal psychiatry and women's mental health, with exposure to a broad range of psychiatric and medical diagnoses and patient demographics. This position will also provide the opportunity and mentorship for scholarly pursuit. 1.The psychiatrists will conduct evaluations at the Columbia University Medical Center, including both clinic and private settings. 2.The psychiatrists will provide psychopharmacologic management to women at different phases of the life cycle, including pregnancy and lactation. 3.The psychiatrists will work closely with a treatment team, including other psychologists and social workers to provide comprehensive psychological care to high-need psychiatrically ill women. 4.The psychiatrists will engage in a scholarly project under the mentorship of the Women's Program faculty. 5.The psychiatrists will attend didactic lectures by faculty on topics in Women's Mental Health6.The psychiatrists will participate in clinical rounds and teaching of students, interns and residents. Minimum Educational Requirements: Must have NYS license and DEA certificateInstructor level requires graduation from a psychiatric residency program.Assistant professor requires board certification in psychiatry and 2-3 years post-residency clinical experience. Experience and Qualifications: Demonstrated interest and experience in the field of Women's Mental Health.Strong leadership potential.Demonstrated interest in academic as well as clinical psychiatry.Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work well in a team setting.Familiarity with high-risk patients and community settings. Columbia is Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer.
Minimum Qualifications: Must have NYS license and DEA certificateInstructor level requires graduation from a psychiatric residency program.Assistant professor requires board certification in psychiatry and 2-3 years post-residency clinical experience. Demonstrated interest and experience in the field of Women's Mental Health.Strong leadership potential.Demonstrated interest in academic as well as clinical psychiatry.Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work well in a team setting.Familiarity with high-risk patients and community settings.
Preferred Qualifications: Training and/or experience in Psychiatry or subspecialty, clinical psychology, or other relevant fields.
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Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
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