Montana Psychological Association 



Board of Directors

Membership App & Benefits

Early Career Psychologists (ECP)

Contact Information

MHPP Field Manual

For the Public

Members Only

Board Only

Useful Links


The Montana Psychologist

Calendar of Events


The Psychologically Healthy Workplace

Marti L. Wangen, CAE  
Montana Psychological Association  
36 South Last Chance Gulch, Suite A  
Helena, MT 59601  


4-Month Classifieds Listing:
$60 (Classifieds listing + a one-time e-mail blast to MPA's list serve)


To advertise in MPA's Classifieds section or newsletter, e-mail with information.


Imagine living in the Puget Sound are where it’s green all year and there is little humidity.  You can look in one direction and see the water, look another direction and see snow-capped mountains and Mt. Rainier; we have lots of trees.  If you are outdoorsy, we have camping, hiking, backpacking, climbing, and skiing.  If you love the arts, we have galleries, museums, a world class ballet and symphony and wonderful restaurants.  Great public transportation and an International airport make travel easy."

Clinical Psychologist wanted for established outpatient medical rehabilitation clinic that provides best-practice behavioral health services and accredited interdisciplinary treatment for the management of chronic pain. We are seeking a full-time/part-time licensed, doctoral-level psychologist to work in our Everett clinic. 

Pacific Rehabilitation Centers are the Northwest experts at the interdisciplinary treatment of work-related pain/injury and other serious biopsychosocial conditions. We have been providing programs for over 30 years that include coordinated teams of: psychology, vocational counseling, medical, physical therapy, occupational therapy, nursing and biofeedback.  Our committed professionals are highly-experienced, use evidenced-based treatments and are able to energize, encourage and rehabilitate individuals who have lost hope about returning to life, work and wellness.

Psychological interventions include individual / group CBT, psycho-educational classes, consultations, evaluations, telepsychology, and cognitive testing.  Knowledge and experience in behavioral health medicine preferred.  Knowledge of psychopharmacology helpful.  Bi-lingual

*We are a Drug-Free Workplace. Employment is contingent on successful completion of drug and background screening.


Apply Online:

Or send resumes to:  





TITLE:  Clinical Psychologist, Rural Health Clinic


REQUIREMENTS:  Psy.D. or Ph.D. in clinical psychology

DUTIES:  There is a lot of flexibility with this position as you can tailor it to what fits you best.

Opportunities are available to provide both short-term and long-term therapy. You have the opportunity to provide any of the following: individual, family, couples and/or group therapy.

Most referrals are for affective disorders, anxiety, trauma, personality disorders and adjustment disorders.


·         Conduct assessments and treatment of adult clinical; child/adolescent clinical; health psychology & behavioral medicine populations.

·         Provide psychotherapy on a broad range of psychiatric issues. Including differential diagnosis, treatment of psychiatric disorders.

·         Cognitive-behavioral, skills-based, psychodynamic and supportive therapeutic approaches. Including psychological testing, crisis counseling, and suicide assessment.

·         Conduct psychological evaluations at the request of the Court.

·         Complete intake assessments, treatment plans, treatment summaries in addition to daily psychotherapy progress notes

·         Member of an interdisciplinary team. Provide in-service trainings for hospital and clinic staff.

·         Work collaboratively with organizations such as DPHHS, Youth Dynamics, Inc., the school district (if seeing children) as well as the County Attorney’s office

·         Engage in community outreach efforts by developing and conducting workshops, presentations, and participating in wellness fairs.

is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Please contact the HR department at (406) 228.3638 for more information.


Clinical Psychologist Job in Montana


The Northern Cheyenne Tribe Board of Health Behavioral Health Department is seeking a full time Montana Licensed Clinical Psychologist.  The Licensed Psychologist serves as a mental health psychologist providing a broad range of mental health services to child, individual, family and group psychological services utilizing empirically-supported methods to meet the needs of the beneficiary community members.


The Licensed Psychologist provides empirically-supported clinical services and learning opportunities to assist beneficiaries in developing and utilizing coping skills for issues such as transgenerational trauma and racism, domestic violence, coexisting chemical dependency and mental health issues, parenting and recovery from trauma.


The Licensed Psychologist also collaborates with medical providers to assess and treat individuals with mental disorders.  Consultation and collaboration with medical staff about the use and effectiveness of medical therapies as part of clients’ care is integral to the position.


The Behavioral Health Department is located in the Indian Health Service Clinic in Lame Deer, Montana located on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation.  The Northern Cheyenne Reservation is located in rural South East Montana.  Enjoy outdoor activities, Native American Culture and access to National Forest, Mountain Ranges and National Parks in South Dakota, Wyoming and Montana.  Salary DOE.


Please contact or call (406) 477-4514.

Submitted 06/28/2017

Homepage  |  Board of Directors  |  Membership App & Benefits  |  Early Career Psychologists (ECP)  |  Contact Information  |  MHPP Field Manual  |  For the Public  |  Members Only  |  Board Only  |  Useful Links  |  The Montana Psychologist  |  Calendar of Events  |  Classifieds  |  The Psychologically Healthy Workplace

Montana Psychological Association

Sign In