JOB SUMMARY: Provides psychological and clinical neuropsychological assessment and treatment of persons with brain injury, spinal cord injury and other neurological or medical disorders.  Assesses and treats patients by referral from attending physicians through psychotherapy.  Consults with clinical staff and offers specific strategies to facilitate treatment of patients.





  1. Provides clinical neuropsychological assessment of 100% of assigned or referred patients in both an inpatient and outpatient settings.
  2. Provides psychological services, consultation, and therapeutic interventions with patients as referred by physicians and the Chief of the service.
  3. Opportunity to develop and lead group therapy programs with support of psychology externs.
  4. Consults with Chief of Rehabilitation & Neuropsychology Services to coordinate services and avoid duplication of services.
  5. Provides educational training related to the practice to psychology externs, interns and other clinical staff including brain injury fellows and medical residents.
  6. Is available to Burke/Montefiore employees on a consultation and referral basis.
  7. Provides supervision to psychology externs, and interns as assigned by the Chief of Rehabilitation & Neuropsychology Services.
  8. Establishes a treatment protocol from the neurobehavioral evaluation of patients referred.
  9. Explains treatment objectives and programs concisely and clearly to the patient, family and other team members.
  10. Demonstrates the ability to translate knowledge of physical, psychosocial and cognitive perceptual changes related to age into assessments, treatment plans and treatment modalities for adolescent, young adult, adult and geriatric patients.
  11. Attends staff meetings and patient conferences.
  12. Attends team conferences and provides feedback on the progress of patients assigned.
  13. Develops and maintains current knowledge of scientific and professional developments related to the practice of clinical neuropsychology and rehabilitation psychology.  Remains active in the neuropsychological and psychological community-at-large and attends appropriate workshops, conferences and conventions.
  14. Demonstrates the interpersonal skills necessary to function successfully within the interdisciplinary team.  Maintain effective professional relationships with all Burke personnel.
  15. Opportunities available for involvement in research & program development to improve the quality of care at Burke/Montefiore.
  16. Adheres to the Ethical Code for the professional practice of psychology as delineated by the American Psychological Association.
  17. Completes case notes and reporting requirements as well as billing in a timely, efficient and professional manner.
  18. Follows all hospital and departmental rules, regulations and policies.
  19. Tailors clinical approach and treatment plan with awareness of and respect for cultural and socioeconomic differences.
  20. Maintains annual certification for non-violent crisis intervention techniques (NVCI).
  21. Participates in annual surveys for institutional accreditation including Joint Commission, CARF, etc.
  22. Has knowledge of and respect for the rights of patients.
  23. Follows infection control practices and procedures for safety of patients, co-workers and self.
  24. Demonstrates knowledge of and adherence to the Burke Rehabilitation Hospital’s mission, philosophy and core values.
  25. Effectively accomplishes other reasonable duties as assigned by the Chief of Rehabilitation and Neuropsychology Services.
  26. Adheres to Service Excellence Standards by demonstrating positive communication, prompt & respectful service and maintaining an appropriate work environment when working with patients, staff, co-workers, visitors and others.
  27. Practices Universal Precautions.










EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: PhD or PsyD in clinical psychology from an APA accredited doctoral program with post-graduate training in clinical neuropsychology and/or rehabilitation psychology.  License to practice psychology in the State of New York required.  Board certification or Board Certification Eligibility with the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) is desirable.  Ability to offer bilingual neuropsychological services (particularly in Spanish) is also a plus.  A minimum of 2-3 years experience in rehabilitation neuropsychology and/or neuropsychology is preferred.


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: Strong collaborative skills to work in a multi-disciplinary team setting.  Ability to juggle multiple priorities in a fast-paced setting.  Ability to apply skills to an inpatient and outpatient setting.  Must be able to manage competing priorities to achieve goals. Good oral and written communication skills.


WORK ENVIRONMENT:  Pleasant work environment; fast paced at times; working conditions as may be typical in a hospital or clinic setting.




SALARY RANGE:  $115-130,000, commensurate with experience 


Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and most current CV to Julieanne Shulman, PhD, Chief, Neuropsychology at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital at





Department: Rehabilitation Medicine Bargaining Unit: Non Union Campus: MOSES  Employment Status: Regular Full-Time Address: 785 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains
Shift: Day Scheduled Hours: HOURS VARY Req ID: 218957 Salary Range/Pay Rate: $115,000.00 - $130,000.00    


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