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Two Year Postdoctoral Pediatric Neuropsychology Fellowship in Southern Maine

07 Mar 2022 1:03 PM | Anonymous

SlapShelton Neuropsychology Group is excited to partner with Dr. Joseph Moldover, Psy.D., ABPP/CN board certified pediatric neuropsychologist, to offer a two year pediatric neuropsychology fellowship starting in September 2022. 

SlapShelton Neuropsychology Group is a well-established private practice in Southern Maine providing lifespan neuropsychological services as well as therapy and coaching services.  Affiliated with Southern Maine Medical Center and the larger Maine Health System we are privileged to serve patients from all regions of Maine with referrals from physicians, case managers, therapists, parents and other sources.  

Currently, we are offering evaluations with a hybrid model involving meetings on Doxy.me for intake and feedback sessions and in office testing with appropriate Covid safety procedures and patient screening.

The successful candidate will have participated in neuropsychological and psychological testing internships during graduate school, and will have a strong interest in developing their neuropsychological evaluation skills and knowledge base in order to provide excellent services for children, adolescents and young adults with a variety of neurodevelopmental, medical, and psychiatric diagnoses. Our goal is that upon completion of the fellowship the resident will be ready to pursue a diplomate in neuropsychology.

Training Program

The training fellow will complete two full neuropsychological evaluations a week, including meeting with family for intake and feedback, reviewing records, developing a diagnostic formulation with recommendations, and creating a report. Classroom observations and participation in meetings with school teams will be a part of some evaluations. Opportunities to provide psychotherapy and to be involved in community and professional presentations are also available. Training will involve a focus on autism, gender identity, learning disorders, executive functioning challenges, and trauma within a larger framework involving an understanding of intersectionality, disability and ableism, and the differing needs of patients in urban and rural settings and varying family constellations. Attendance at bimonthly staff meetings and a monthly journal club are required. Didactic experiences will be offered through a variety of venues. Additionally, the resident will be given a stipend for one professional neuropsychology conference per year of training.

To apply please send the following:

1)      Curriculum Vitae
2)      Graduate School Transcript
3)      Three letters of recommendations: one from a professor, and two from supervisors at internship sites
4)      Three reports of de-identified neuropsychological evaluations





or mail to:

Laura Slap-Shelton, Psy.D.
SlapShelton Neuropsychology Group
28 West Cole Road Suite 101
Biddeford, Maine 04005
SlapShelton Neuropsychology Group is an equal opportunity employer.