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POWER: A New Program for Early Bipolar Disorders

Performance Optimization for Wellness, Empowerment & Resilience (POWER), a Program for Early Bipolar Disorders UNLV PRACTICE, UNLV Health, NAMI Southern Nevada, and the State of Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health announce POWER, a coordinated specialty care program for individuals with early bipolar disorders. The strength-based interdisciplinary program provides support and encouragement to individuals with early bipolar and their family members to optimize functioning across relationships, health, education, employment and other important life domains. Click here for details

CONTACT INFORMATION: Daniel Allen  Email  Phone (702) 856-6059

Clinical Psychologist

Grant A Gift Autism Foundation – Ackerman Center is looking for a full-time clinical psychologist who has expertise in providing comprehensive psychological and academic evaluations for children and adolescents with a variety of concerns, ages 2 to 20 years of age, along with providing therapy to established patients. The population we typically work with have concerns including language or learning disorders, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and other conditions that interfere with school functioning including intellectual disabilities, emotional disorders, and nonverbal learning weaknesses. The psychologist will also develop treatment plans based on findings, and communicate results to family members, patients, referring professionals, and schools. The Clinical Psychologist will work within the Neuropsychological department, including testing assistants, post-doctoral fellows, and advanced practicum students. The Clinical Psychologist will collaborate with the Ackerman Center multidisciplinary clinical team and follow all Ackerman Center patient information confidentiality guidelines, reporting guidelines and administrative procedures. This is a group of multidisciplinary clinicians who specialize in working with infants to young adults, their families, and their schools. The Grant a Gift Ackerman Center prides themselves on providing cutting edge evidence-based interventions to help their clients achieve their goals. They strive to cultivate a nurturing and supportive team that encourages personal and professional growth, training, and are dedicated to facilitating equitable, inclusive and antiracist practice.

CONTACT INFORMATION: Daniel Power  Email  Phone (702) 844-4578