Each year, the National Association for Rural Mental Health hosts a one-of-a-kind conference focusing on rural and frontier mental health practice, social services, research, and public policy issues. The NARMH Annual conference brings together rural clinicians, administrators, consumers, researchers, and policy-makers. Participants’ learn about national issues and trends; develop new knowledge and skills; hear perspectives from rural consumers and advocates; and are provided with updates on the latest in research, practice and policy; socialize and HAVE FUN!

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Rural Jobs

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The Munroe-Meyer Institute invites applicants for a full-time behavioral pediatric psychologist on our Behavioral Health Team. We have an opening for a provider in integrated pediatric primary care clinic in rural Columbus, Nebraska, a town of about 20,000 residents situated at the confluence of the Platte and Loup rivers located about 90 minutes from both Omaha and Lincoln, Nebraska. Columbus has a high “livability” score based on its low crime and low cost of living.

In this setting, the psychologist will work at the Columbus Children’s Healthcare Clinic alongside two pediatricians, and three mid-levels (i.e., two physician assistants and one nurse practitioner). The provider will work with children, teens and families providing evidence based interventions for developmental, emotional and behavioral conditions typically seen in rural primary care settings. Physicians and other providers in this clinic value patient care and see behavioral health as an important part of the patient’s medical care. Opportunities to provide anticipatory guidance and other trainings to medical staff are available at this position. The behavioral health psychologist will also have the opportunity to train predoctoral interns from an APA accredited internship and postdoctoral fellows from specialty program in integrated This position offers the ability to apply for both public service loan forgiveness and rural health loan forgiveness programs.

Applicants must have a PhD/PsyD in Psychology and be licensed or license-eligible in Nebraska (supervision at the post-doctoral level can be offered as part of this position).

Please contact Rachel Valleley, Ph.D., Director of Clinical and Outreach Services in Psychology at the Munroe Meyer Institute, at 402-559-6408 or at for more information or to apply.