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Friday, January 23, 2015

counselor/ shadow teacher

Greetings from KNACK! It is a pleasure to announce that we have started extending our services in Vadodara and Ahmedabad and are hiring counselors, shadow teachers and special educators for the same! Interested candidates please send in your CV at

Qualification Requirements:
Counselor: M.A in clinical or counseling psychology
Shadow teacher: B.Ed or BA in Psychology
Special Educator: B.Ed in special education (MR/LD)

Candidates interested in working with children with special needs may apply.
Training will be provided.

Contact No: 09167240056/58  

KNACK Ability Enhancement Services L.L.P. would like to introduce our services to you. We aim to provide a holistic solution to children with special needs.We request you to refer our services to parents/schools/professionals whom you believe would be benefited from our services.

  Services offered:
  1. Shadow teaching (at school): Our shadow teachers are trained professionals who are physically available with the child at his/her school. This service can be availed for children who have adjustment problems at school, children who have difficulty communicating to the parents regarding the ongoing tasks at school and children who need individual instructions to keep up with school activities.
  2. Counseling (at home): Our counselors provide professional psychological services to children. They assess the child’s functioning using various established tests. Then with the help of the parents and other professionals in the team they formulate an effective intervention strategy aiming to elicit the best possible outcome.
  3. Special education (at home): Our special educators are trained professionals dealing with the academic needs of the child’s overall development. They address the child’s individual differences and needs in order to meet the demands of the curriculum. They cater to the child’s individual needs by organizing learning outside the classroom in a non conventional manner. .
  4. Workshops: At KNACK we believe in increasing awareness and bring enthusiasts closer by means of tailor made workshops addressing the needs of the audience. We wish to promote and broaden our horizons in various areas pertaining to children and adolescents. Our team of experts aim to interact with a number of professionals as well as budding professionals catering to child care. We assume a platform like this will add to the body of knowledge for teams as well as individual participants.

  You can also visit our website Looking forward to hearing from you.

Ms. Ashwini Deshpande
Clinical Psychologist 
Reg No: rci-2014-53159-A 
KNACK Ability Enhancement Services
Gujarat Zonal Head
Mobile: +91 9974383229

Notification for Guest Faculty

 (A Central University)
Website :

Employment Notification for Guest Faculty

Advt. No.: DOFA/Guest Faculty/2015/01 Dated: 15/01/2015

 The University invites applications in the prescribed format from eligible Indian nationals for engaging as Guest Faculty on purely temporary basis in the subjects of Philosophy, Criminology, Applied Geology, Pharmacy, Botany, Business Management, Political Science & Pub. Ad., Ancient
Indian History, Anthropology, Psychology and Law*,(*Only Self Finance posts are available). The last date to submit the application form is 24/01/2015 in the Office of concerned Head of the Department. For more details please visit the University website
Total Emoluments: Rs. 25000/- per month.

Note: Please keep on visiting the website: for any update.
Place: Sagar


Positions for Psychologists

Greetings from New Horizons!
New Horizons Child Development Centre is a multidisciplinary integrated organization having a team of professionals including Clinical Psychologists, Counselors, Speech and Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists and Special Educators headed by Dr. Samir H. Dalwai, Developmental Pediatrician. 
We are dedicated to provide world class, evidence based child development programs, comprising of standardized, result oriented therapy to enable any child achieve his/ her true potentials. 
We are currently looking for Clinical Psychologists and Counselors.
Post: Clinical Psychologists
Essential Qualification: MA in Clinical Psychology
Positions: 1 nos
Work hours: part time/ full time 
Job location: Western suburbs, Mumbai.
Post: Counseling Psychologists
Essential Qualification: MA in Counseling Psychology
Positions: 2 nos
Work hours: Part time
Job location: Western suburbs, Mumbai.
Fixed compensation: Best in field, plus incentives (as applicable).
We are looking for enthusiastic, creative, organized individuals, to join, our flexible and fast paced team. The individual must be comfortable working as part of a multidisciplinary team and will be expected to part in planning and implementation of all programs and services. Individuals willing to work for child enrichment programs, teacher development programs and School Based Intervention programs will be preferred.  
Interested candidates may kindly email resumes to:
For any other job related inquiries contact HR at 022 2927 0729
We thank all applicants for interest.
Ms. Goldy H. Sachdev 
HR Executive
HR Department
New Horizons Child Development Centre

Filtosh Inc Psychologist

Filtosh Inc
Psychologist Needed
Filtosh is a multimedia interviewing and employee assessment software to screen talent on the go.
Psychologist Part-Time
Job Location:  Delhi
Job Description:  Filtosh Inc. Is looking for a psychology background part time candidate for their office in New Delhi, India.


1) Experience with MS Excel and other statistics tool.

2) Good communication skills. Will have to attend meetings with our team in United States.

3) Data Entry

4) Deep understanding of psychometric and employee assessment models.

It will be an on-going job and can potentially turn into a full time position.
Functional Area:  Data Mgmt/Data Entry
Candidate Requirement
Someone from psychology background preferred. Should have good market research skills too..
Qualification:  Graduate
Compensation Details 
Salary:  10 Thousand to 95 Thousand (Indian Rupees) per annum

Filtosh Inc
Rishav Sahu
929 Colorado,
Santa Monica, California
United States of America 90401
Phone: 7655862442,

St. Mary's School Counsellor

St. Mary's School
Applications are invited for
Qualification: M.A. in Psychology with PGD in Guidance & Counselling.
Experience: Applicants must be fluent in English with a minimum of 3 years experience in English medium schools.
Location: New Delhi
Please apply tot he Principal with resume and a recent passport size photograph within 7 days.

St. Mary's School
Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi
Ph.: 011 - 26103926, 26171440 

Head of Discipline Clinical Psychology

Head of Discipline, Clinical Psychology
University of Technology Sydney

Date Posted  Jan. 21, 2015

Job Title
Head of Discipline, Clinical Psychology
Department   -- Graduate School of Health (GSH)
Department Website
Institution ;  University of Technology Sydney
Sydney, New South Wales  Australia

Application Deadline  Feb. 9, 2015
Position Start Date   Available immediately

Website For Job
Apply Online Here

Job Categories
Department Head/Head/Chair
Academic Fields
Social Sciences - General
Interdisciplinary Studies
Psychology - General
Psychology - Clinical

Outstanding leadership role, with the ability to define and grow a new and innovative discipline

Professorial leadership role within cutting-edge Graduate School of Health
Practical focus, interdisciplinary role
Drive excellence in teaching and research
University of Technology Sydney (UTS) seeks to appoint an outstanding academic leader to the role of Head of Discipline, Clinical Psychology, part of the wider Graduate School of Health (GSH).

Reporting to the Head, Graduate School of Health, the position is responsible for the establishment of the new discipline area of Clinical Psychology and ensuring its success. Through exceptional leadership and management, the candidate will align excellence in research, teaching and external engagement, to ensure the highest quality practice led program is offered to UTS students.

With an emphasis on developing a practice-based discipline, it is imperative that the candidate hold a PhD relevant to the School and, additionally, that s/he be endorsed, or eligible for endorsement, as a Clinical Psychologist in Australia. S/He will demonstrate a solid track record in research, coupled with the ability to foster and mentor the research capabilities of others.

A strategic and innovative leader, s/he will possess excellent interpersonal skills and a proactive approach to engaging collaboratively with other senior academics across the University. The capacity to be forward thinking and creative is critical to ensuring the discipline’s success and a strong alignment with UTS’s values and culture is essential.

UTS has a bold vision to be a world-leading university of technology. We’re known for our industry focus, practice-based teaching and learning, real world research and our location. With state-of-the-art campuses and facilities, we’re preparing students to become global thinkers, leaders and innovators.

Applications Close: Monday, 9 February, 2015.

To Apply — Please go to and click on "APPLY ONLINE," using Reference UTSdcp0115, addressing your cover letter and resume to Jen D’Arcy-Smith, of Jo Fisher Executive Search. For more information, please call Jen, in confidence (+61 3 9016 6000).

Please reference in your cover letter when applying for or inquiring about this job announcement.

Contact Information

Jen D’Arcy-Smith, Senior Consultant

Jo Fisher Executive Search
, New South Wales

Phone Number

+61 3 9016 6000

Adjunct Instructor Position -- Psychology

Adjunct Instructor Position -- Psychology (Huntsville Campus)
Lee College

Date Posted  Jan. 19, 2015

Job Title
Adjunct Instructor Position -- Psychology (Huntsville Campus)
Lee College
Baytown, TX

Application Deadline
Open until filled
Position Start Date
Available immediately

Website For Job

Job Categories
Adjunct/Visiting Professor
Academic Fields
Psychology - General
Interdisciplinary Studies
Social Sciences – General

Adjunct faculty are hired in a part-time capacity, on an as needed basis. These positions are filled prior to or during the start of each semester and are contingent upon the needs of the College.

Lee College accepts application materials for adjunct employment on a continuing basis throughout the year from qualified applicants willing to teach on a part-time basis.

Academic departments will contact potential applicants when there are available openings. Once an applicant submits an application for a position, his or her application and related information are considered active for a period of one (1) year.

Job duties include, but are not limited, to:

Teach freshmen and sophomore level courses.
A qualified applicant must be committed to student learning, integrating technology into the curriculum and encouraging engaged scholars.
Maintain accurate student accounting records, in compliance with Lee College requirements.
Submit required student reports to the Admissions & Records Office, according to schedule.
Direct and evaluate the learning experience of the students, in accordance with adopted curricula and approved procedures.
Teach assigned classes, in keeping with approved syllabi, outlines and instructional materials.
Provide counsel/guidance to students when there is a need.
College benefits do not accrue with this part-time position. This is a security sensitive position.

Lee College does not discriminate on the basis of gender, disability, race, color, age, religion, national origin or veteran status.

Please reference in your cover letter when applying for or inquiring about this job announcement.

Assistant / Associate Professor Counselor Education

Assistant or Associate Professor of Counselor Education
University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Date Posted  Jan. 15, 2015

Job Title
Assistant or Associate Professor of Counselor Education
Educational Psychology and Counseling
Department Website
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Knoxville, TN

Application Deadline
Open until filled
Position Start Date
Aug. 1, 2015

Job Categories
Assistant Professor
Associate Professor
Academic Fields
Educational Psychology

Position: Assistant or Associate Professor of Counselor Education, with background experience and expertise in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

Minimum – Earned doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision from a CACREP-accredited program; research agenda with publication in peer-reviewed ACA and other counseling related journals; evidence of research and scholarship, professional service and leadership, and/or teaching and supervision related to clinical mental health counseling; ability to work collaboratively with other faculty to contribute to the continued growth and development of the counseling programs; experience as a Counselor Educator; membership in ACA and/or branch divisions; demonstrated commitment and advocacy for counseling diverse populations; and expertise compatible and complementary with counseling programs’ focus in the needs of at-risk children, youth and families.

Preferred – Licensed or license eligible as a professional counselor in the state of Tennessee; counseling experience in clinical mental health setting(s); leadership involvement in ACA and/or branch divisions; success or potential for success in obtaining grant funding for research.

Responsibilities: Teach graduate courses in Counselor Education and related areas. Advise, teach, and mentor doctoral and masters students. Maintain an active program of scholarship and research. Pursue external funding and provide professional and university service.

University: The University of Tennessee is located in Knoxville, gateway to the beautiful Smoky Mountains; with nearby lakes, vistas and parks, culturally rich music and art; and nationally competitive men’s and women’s athletic teams. The flagship university in the state of Tennessee, UTK is classified by the Carnegie Commission as a research university with very high research activity. As a land-grant university, it is committed to excellence in learning, scholarship, and engagement with society. The Knoxville campus of the University of Tennessee is seeking candidates who have the ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the diversity and intercultural goals of the University.
The UTK Counselor Education programs feature: eight faculty with national presence through research and professional service; a tradition of engaged scholarship and community service; current outreach initiative including Grief Outreach (serving bereaved children in area schools), FUTURE (serving young adults with intellectual disabilities), REACH Project (serving at-risk children with child-centered play therapy), University Assisted Community Schools (partnering with Title 1 schools to provide a full range of services); excellent students and strong pools of highly qualified applicants across program areas. For more information about our department and counselor education programs go to

Salary: Competitive and commensurate with experience.

Starting Date: August 1, 2015.

Application: Review of Applications will begin January 15, 2015 and will continue until position is filled. Applicants should submit curriculum vitae, three references with contact information, and detailed letter of application addressing the required and desired qualifications. Application materials should be sent as attachments in email to, along with a hard copy sent to the attention of Administrative Assistant, Bonnie Bull (

Counselor Education Search Committee Chair:
Dr. Shawn Spurgeon, Associate Professor, Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling,; 865-974-4181 (office)
For search related contacts and application, use

Administrative Assistant:
Ms. Bonnie Bull, Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling
1122 Volunteer Blvd., 535 Bailey Education Complex
The University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN, 37996-3452
865-974-6428/865-974-0135 (fax)
For search related contacts and application, use

EEO/AA Policy
The University of Tennessee is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution in the provision of its education and employment programs and services. All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disability, or covered veteran status.

Please reference in your cover letter when applying for or inquiring about this job announcement.

Contact Information

Ms. Bonnie Bull
Educational Psychology and Counseling
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
1122 Volunteer Blvd.,
535 Bailey Education Complex
Knoxville, TN 37996-3452

Phone Number
Fax Number:

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Shri Ram Shiksha Mandir PGT - Eng, Physics, Psychology, Chemistry

Shri Ram Shiksha Mandir

(Sr. Sec.)
Aff. To C.B.S.E.

Required fluent in English,
Experience well qualified candidates

Location: Delhi

Academic Coordinator (Sr. PGT)

PGT - Eng, Physics, Psychology, Chemistry

TGT - Eng, Maths, Science, S.St., Phy. Edu., Hindi

PRT - Eng, Maths, Phy. Edu., Science, S.St.

NTTs & Dance Teacher

Lab Assistant, Receptionist

Salary as per VI Pay Only & Transport Facility Provided.

Shri Ram Shiksha Mandir
Jindpur, North Delhi - 36
Ph.: 27206756, 27206856, 9999539503


Sunday, January 18, 2015

2015 Visiting Professionals Program

2015 Visiting Professionals Program
The application process for the 2015 Visiting Professionals Program is now open until February 20. Please use this link to apply. The program is currently open to professionals working in India, China, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.
The Women’s Land Rights Visiting Professional Program, generously funded by the Ford Foundation and the River Star Foundation, cultivates a network of grassroots activists, government officials, NGO leaders, researchers, and academics strongly committed to strengthening women’s land rights.
The program begins with an intensive six-week training conducted at Landesa’s headquarters in Seattle.
This experience is intended to boost participants’ capabilities by
  • Enhancing their understanding of the challenges to strengthening women’s land rights by identifying what the problems are and how they fit into the larger picture, both in relation to other development issues and to what is taking place in other geographic or political regions
  • Expanding the set of options, approaches, and potential solutions they can consider by learning from what has been tried in other settings, by learning from solutions to different-but-related problems, by becoming part of a network of colleagues who can act as a resource, and by being encouraged to think creatively
  • Improving their effectiveness at addressing the challenges of securing women’s land rights by strengthening their leadership, managerial, and communication skills
Upon completing the training, participants receive project development support from Landesa staff as well as access to an online network platform through which staff and participants can continue discussing and sharing resources on women’s land rights.
Click here to view the original listing and apply

JnanaPrabodhini’s Institute of Psychology -- Training – Enhancing Relationships for Positive Mental Health


ERPMH Enhancing Relationships for Positive Mental Health

The Training – Enhancing Relationships for Positive Mental Health

t  To help psychology/social work/ human resource professionals to deal effectively with cases of relationship issues
t  To help individuals to understand and handle the matrix of relationship patterns
t  To acquaint the students with the physical, psychological, emotional, practical, and legal aspects of different intimate and formal relationships
t  To acquaint the students with tools and techniques of assessment of aspects related to relationship issues
t  To equip students with skills and procedures of handling issues related to adjustment and enhancement in intimate and formal relationships for personal as well as social cause

Medium of Instruction: Marathi and English           (as and when required)

Topics Covered:

t  Philosophy and foundations of relationships in and outside family
t  Nature of problems in relationship issues
t  Assessment and enhancement skills for relationship building within and outside the family
t  Practical: case work, workshops, field visits, interviews

Ø This training places emphasis on self-learning with limited facilitation by faculty members.
Ø Evaluation is based on tutorials and presentations, as well as an open-book exam
Ø Practical applications include case studies, role plays, media interventions, lectures, and workshops

Eligibility, Dates and  Fees

This Course is Open to the Public

ü  Graduates in psychology, sociology, social work, law, and medicine are encouraged to attend.
ü  All those interested in working in a field of relationship counseling are welcome.
Encouraged for those who want to build positive relationships or enhance
current relationships

Course duration is 3 months

9,000 (nine thousand) Rs. Fee, + service tax 

Cash payment only accepted

Dr. Anagha Lavalekar
Associate Professor
Head, JPIP

Dr. SanjyotDeshpande
Associate Member

Ms. Swati Kelkar
Associate Member


JnanaPrabodhini’s Institute for Psychology

JnanaPrabodhiniBhawan (Old Building)
5th Floor, 510 SadashivPeth, Pune 41130

9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

JnanaPrabodhini’s Institute of Psychology

JnanaPrabodhini’s Institute of Research is a leading Research Institute of Psychology managed by JPSS (JnanaPrabodhiniSamshodanSanstha), with prestigious national and international reputations.
JPIP has been working for more than forty years in the fields of social psychology, educational psychology, developmental psychology, women studies, guidance and counseling, organizational behavior and Indian psychology. The focuses are on quality of life, giftedness, socio-psyco-cultural climate, motivation, and leadership
v  JPIP’s PhD center has produced over 21 students with PhDs.
v  Made significant contributions in identification and nurturance of human abilities – Test Battery based on J. P. Guilford’s Model of Intelligence.
v  Organizes conferences, workshops, seminars, training/facilitation courses, and enhancement programs at local, state, national, and international levels.

International Conference on Cognitive Behavioural Interventions AIIMS 2015

Dear Friends,
                     Thank you for your enthusiastic response and support for the International Conference on Cognitive Behavioural Interventions AIIMS 2015 ( be held on 2nd and 3rd March 2015 at AIIMS, along with pre conference training workshops on the 28th of February and 1st of March 2015 and post-conference training workshops on the 4th of March 2015.

Due to numerous requests and to facilitate maximum participation, the last date for abstract submission and registration at early bird rates is for the final time being extended to 31st January 2015. After this date the abstracts received will not be included in the Conference Compendium and advanced registration fee rates will apply.

We have also added another training workshop to the 7 already existing workshops by CBT experts - national and International. The 8th workshop is on Identification and Assessment of Specific Learning Disability. For details please visit the event website.

The event poster and registration form contact here.

Warm Regards

Dr. Nimisha Kumar
Organising Secretary
M: 9953681570

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