Rehab Psychologist

Posted: May 31, 2019

Hennepin Healthcare seeks a full-time Rehab Psychologist to provide care to patients in our Traumatic Brain Injury and Knapp Rehabilitation Centers.

The Traumatic Brain Injury Center (.60 FTE) is a multidisciplinary center of excellence for patient care, education, and research. Our comprehensive services span the full continuum from Emergency services to Rehab, for all ages, pediatric to adult. The Knapp Rehabilitation Center (.40 FTE) is an acute rehab program serving inpatients and outpatients ages 13+ whose physical and cognitive impairments restrict activity and community participation.


  • Conduct initial and ongoing assessments to determine diagnosis, treatment plan, intervention and recommendations
  • Administers, scores and interprets psychological instruments and communicates findings and recommendations via integrated reports and direct communication with patients, families and care teams
  • Provides empirically supported and culturally informed psychological interventions (psychotherapy, health and behavior intervention, biofeedback, etc.) for individuals, families, and groups
  • Incorporates family/care givers, other healthcare providers, and other community professionals as indicated
  • Provides education and clinical supervision to students, clinical trainees, resident physicians, and other healthcare professionals as requested by the organization
  • Based on records, interviews, behavioral observations, and psychological test results, write comprehensive psychological reports of client’s diagnosis and treatment recommendations
  • Provide consultation on diagnosis, treatment, and other psychological issues to mental health professionals, government agencies, community organizations and/or schools
  • May supervise psychology interns and fellows


  • Doctoral degree in Psychology obtained from an APA-approved program with appropriate clinical training
  • AND Completion of an APA approved internship required
  • AND One year of supervised post-doctoral experience as a clinical psychologist in a healthcare setting
  • AND Training appropriate to the area of specialization required
  • Licensed (or eligible for licensure) to practice as a Doctorate Level Psychologist in the State of Minnesota

How to Apply


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