Neuropsychologist - PRN

Job ID 288814
Per Diem
909 North Washington Avenue
Dallas, TX 75246

Job Description

Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation

Dallas, TX

Neuropsychologist / Rehabilitation Psychologist 

Inpatient Rehab

PRN (As Needed)

Hours: Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm

PRN Pay Rate:  $70.00/per hour


The Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation (BSWIR) is pleased to announce an opening for a per diem neuropsychologist to complete evaluations of adults enrolled in post-acute neurorehabilitation programs. Duties include neurobehavioral status evaluations, comprehensive neuropsychological batteries, patient/family education and consultation to cross-disciplinary rehabilitation teams. Referral questions often include determination of level of neuropsychological functioning to assist with making treatment decisions and planning for return to independent community participation (e.g., work, school, driving). Many of the patients served through these programs are recovering from traumatic brain injuries or stroke, but conditions also include encephalopathy, neuro-oncology and functional neurological symptom disorder.

This position is will support programs located at BSWIR Las Colinas and BSWIR Dallas, which is located on the Baylor University Medical Center (BUMC) campus just east of downtown Dallas. This campus houses the flagship rehabilitation hospital – a 92-bed facility specializing in the treatment of traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke and other conditions – the post-acute neurorehabilitation day program for acquired brain injuries, post-acute spinal cord injury day program, post-acute transitional/residential center and outpatient neurorehabilitation services. BSWIR - Dallas is nationally ranked as one of the best rehabilitation hospitals by U.S. News & World Report and Newsweek.

As a TBI and SCI Model System, BSWIR - Dallas is a leader (one of 10 in the nation) in conducting innovative, patient-centered research and education programs that lead to the highest quality outcomes in patient care. The research program is funded through multiple federal grants and contracts from the National Institute of Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research, Department of Defense, Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute and National Institutes of Health. Thematic areas of research include evidence-based trauma focused psychotherapy after SCI, gait recovery using exoskeletons, diabetes prevention for people with acquired brain injury, neuromodulation as a mechanism to understanding recovery, and outcomes and assessment of intimate partner violence.


    • PhD or PsyD from an APA/CPA approved program in Clinical Psychology, Counseling Psychology or Health Psychology
    • Completion of an APA accredited internship
    • Completion of a postdoctoral fellowship with emphasis in Rehabilitation Psychology or Clinical Neuropsychology
    • Eligibility for board certification in Rehabilitation Psychology or Clinical Neuropsychology
    • Licensed or license eligible in the state of Texas

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