Developmental Disabilities Services of The Children’s Center is pleased to announce a postdoctoral fellowship in autism spectrum disorder and neurodevelopmental assessment. Seeking candidates interested in a full-time diagnostic position within a multidisciplinary setting, including pediatric neuropsychology, behavioral analysis, child psychiatry, social work, and support coordination services. The position is for one year, September 2016 – August 2017, with an optional second year.
Training tracks within the fellowship can be created based on interest of the fellow, including pediatric neuropsychology, parent child interaction therapy (PCIT), applied behavioral analysis, and complex trauma.
In Developmental Disabilities Services, we offer comprehensive diagnostic ASD evaluations (developmental / neuropsychological), behavioral treatment programs (Applied Behavioral Analysis [ABA], Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention [EIBI], Parent-Child Interaction Therapy [PCIT], cognitive-behavioral treatment, and social skills groups), psychiatric services, and parent support for families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Services are available to children ages 12 months to 17 years. We see children and adolescents (with or without ASD) for neuropsychological evaluation for a range of medical and developmental complexities (extreme prematurity, seizure disorders, genetic conditions, post-TBI, etc.).