The staff psychologist to apply psychological principles in the following areas: assessment, clinical interventions, research, training, case management, consultation, possible supervision of non-licensed staff, and program development. The psychologist will be involved in integrating behavioral health services into a primary care setting. Responsibilities will include administering and interpreting psychological testing instruments for diagnosis, evaluation, treatment and discharging planning. Provide a variety of interventions such as individual, group, child, and family therapy. Interventions will focus on short-term problem solving therapy, short-term cognitive behavioral therapy, brief psychodynamic therapy, crisis intervention, coping skills, substance abuse treatment, behavior modification, and case consultations. The psychologist is a member of a multidisciplinary team that will include medical providers, nursing staff, medical support staff, case managers, administrators, managers, and directors. The psychologist will collaborate with the patient to define the treatment goals and measure success of treatment by utilizing evidenced-based outcome measures. The psychologist will attend various conferences/workshops concerning mental health treatment. The psychologist will also be involved in several research studies and multidisciplinary projects.