Department of Anesthesiology
WU Pain Center
Pain Management Psychologist
• Provide individual, group psychotherapy and crisis intervention for patients.
• Perform diagnostic interviews and assessments and prepare documentation of results.
• Prepare progress notes in accordance with department and professional guidelines.
• Provide consultation services to medical staff and faculty.
• Participate in interdisciplinary treatment team meetings.
• Assist in the education and supervision of medical students, residents, and fellows.
• Five years of experience in a medical or interdisciplinary clinic setting
CRITICAL SKILLS AND EXPERTISE:
• Working knowledge of psychiatric diagnosis and treatment with communication and interpersonal skills.
• Working knowledge of chronic pain conditions and evidence based interventions.
Licensed or license eligible to practice as a psychologist in the state of Missouri. Candidates who are licensed in other states must obtain Missouri licensure within 6 months.
The department is strongly committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and recognizes that there is a long history of systemic prejudice in academic institutions. We welcome applicants from different backgrounds and with various life experiences. If you are interested in applying for this position, please reach out to Dr. Leslie Rao.
Leslie Rao, MD
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