Sarah Robinson, PD:
City: San Diego
Community Research Foundation (CRF) has an opening for a Licensed Psychologist to provide Clinicial Supervision to students in a Short Term Acute Residential Treatment (START) program, located in Oceanside, CA. The position is ideal for a clinician who enjoys mentoring and guiding new behavioral/mental health professionals. The position is 10 hours/week, providing individual and group supervision to practicum students and interns at the program. You will participate in Treatment Team Meetings, review and co-sign clinical records.
Must be licensed to practice as a Psychologist in CA.
Clients served by the program include those experiencing severe and persistent mental illness, co-occurring substance abuse, housing insecurity, and other challenges. Services are provided in a home-like environment with short-term residential supports. Apply to: Community Research Foundation Employment (irecruit-us.com) or contact Sarah Robinson, PD: firstname.lastname@example.org.
City: San Diego
PSYCHOLOGISTS WANTED: CA licensed psychologists wanted to join a social justice-oriented group private practice. They can be an independent contractor or an employee. Full-time employees are eligible for benefits (Health Insurance, 100% immediately vested 401K, PTO, etc.)
Japanese, Spanish, Mandarin, and other language abilities are preferred but not required. Could also serve as a supervisor if interested.
We are looking for a specific fit between newly joining Psychologists and our existing team. Lived experiences as a person from a marginalized group are much appreciated and are helpful to working with the clientele we serve. The candidates must strive to be anti-racist, be LGBTQIA+ affirming, and appreciate Health at Every Size (HAES) philosophy. Examining internalized biases and exploring one’s own privileges are integral to providing competent care to our clients. Free cultural competency and other training are provided.
Practice info: www.PositivePsychologyInc.com
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW WANTED: A post-doc wanted to join a social justice-oriented group private practice. Japanese, Spanish, or Chinese abilities are preferred but not required. Only San Diego candidates are considered due to supervision requirements. Full-time employees are eligible for benefits (Health Insurance, 100% immediately vested 401K, PTO, etc.)
We are looking for a specific fit between newly joining Psychologists and our existing team. Lived experiences as a person from a marginalized group are much appreciated and are helpful to working with the clientele we serve. The candidates must strive to be anti-racist, be LGBTQIA+ affirming, and appreciate Health at Every Size (HAES) philosophy. Examining internalized biases and exploring one’s own privileges are integral to providing competent care to our clients. Training and group supervision are on Mondays.
Competent at working with children, adults, couples, and families. A private practice setting offers increased autonomy and an open structure. Practice info: www.PositivePsychologyInc.com Send CV.
Christine A. Baser, R.N., Ph.D.
Psychological Associate – Part Time
Ideal candidate has some psychotherapy experience and familiarity with CBT and ACT interventions. Position involves providing out-patient psychotherapy to a variety of clientele, ages 16 to 99. Sessions can be telehealth over Zoom or in-person at my Carlsbad office. Payment is an hourly rate. Weekly supervision provided. Submit your C.V. and statement of interest to my email.2011 Palomar Airport Rd. Ste. 205
Carlsbad, CA 92011
Private Practice Opportunity to Contract with Large Multi-Specialty, Orthopedic and Reconstructive Surgery Practice.
Psychologist Wanted to Join Injury-Based Medical Practice
Seeking Part-time Licensed Psychologist to Provide Consultation and Psychotherapy Services at the Hosalkar Institute for Joint Preservation and Injury Care. Approximately 6-8 Hours/Week. Patient Concerns Primarily Include Anxiety, Depression and PTSD as a Result Physical Injury/Recovery. Practice Provides Referrals, Scheduling and All Overhead Costs. Rate of Reimbursement is $ 150.00 Initial Consult and $ 125.00/HR for Follow-up Therapy Sessions. No Billing Involved. Practice Will Reimburse Psychologist Directly for Services Rendered on a Bi-Weekly Basis. Both Telehealth and/or In-Office Therapy O.K. Practice to Provide All Office Support. This is an Excellent Opportunity to Join a Thriving Medical Practice with Multiple Surgical Sub-Specialities as an Independent Contractor.
FULL TIME PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATE/POST-DOC
La Jolla Psychology Center (LJPC) is hiring for a postdoctoral psychologist to work in a group practice setting. The postdoc will conduct both psychological evaluations and psychotherapy. Individual and group supervision will be provided, along with specialized training in neuropsychological and psychological assessments using ipad administration. The postdoc must possess a Psy.D. or Ph.D. in Clinical/Forensic Psychology and have previous experience in conducting evaluations. Interested applicants may contact the clinical director with your CV and cover letter.
LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST, THERAPIST, or POST DOC: La Jolla, California
The Cognitive Therapy Institute, APC (CTI) is an outpatient psychotherapy and training clinic specializing in the treatment of all anxiety disorders, OCD, depression, and other psychological problems for adults, adolescents, and children (individual, couple, and group therapy). The position offers an opportunity for an experienced CBT psychotherapist or postdoc to increase competency in cognitive conceptualization and evidence-based CBT protocols through weekly 1:1 case consultation with James Shenk, Ph.D., Founding Fellow and Certified Trainer/Consultant with the Academy of Cognitive & Behavioral Therapies (academyofct.org) and monthly training/consultation meetings with other CBT therapists. Experience or interest in also leading CBT group therapy is desired. Join our friendly, supportive team beginning 1 day/week, expanding to 3 days or full time most likely within 2-4 months. Liability and most office expenses are covered. Commission-based salary, administrative support (office manager), sick leave, and benefits including Simple IRA contributions for half-time employment (after waiting period). See www.cognitivetherapysandiego.com. Call 858-450-1101 or email Dr. Shenk at email@example.com
Seeking ambitious experienced therapist and psychological assistant for individual therapy
We are a modest sized psychiatry private practice in Vista near the border of Oceanside serving a wide array of commercial insured patients from ages 13-64. Patient load is 5-7 clients for a full day. We also offer a congenial staff, many free catered lunches, direct access to prescribing providers, motivated clients, and competitive salary. We have ample room for expansion to develop a DBT curriculum, EMDR or psychological testing for the motivated therapist. Full and part time available. Please submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Halliday Center for Psychotherapy and Wellness, Inc. in Encinitas California (North Coastal San Diego) is a small group of dedicated healthcare professionals working collaboratively to provide both virtual and in person mental health and well-being services to our community.
Katrin Seifert, PsyD
P: (858) 839-9466
City: San Diego
Seeking Psychologists and Psychological Associates at Positive Change Counseling Center
Positive Change Counseling Center (PCCC), a group private practice established in 2006, is seeking Psychologists and Psychological Associates. We are committed to providing quality, individualized and affordable care, and highly value diversity and equity.
For clinicians, PCCC offers a group private practice experience, in which psychologists can focus on patient care while administrative staff takes care of scheduling, insurance, and billing. Individuals, couples, and/or families are matched with clinicians, based on your clinical specialties and expertise. This is a team atmosphere, with regular opportunities for case consultation.
PCCC is ideal for someone seeking a full-time job experience, although part-time options are also available. Benefits are available for both full-time (medical/dental/vision, paid vacation and sick time, paid holidays, loan repayment program, 401k matching, free continuing education) and part-time (401(k) matching, paid sick time, free continuing education).
Please visit the Careers tab on the website pccounselingcenter.com, or view job advertisement at https://wizehire.com/job/licensed-mental-health-therapist-psychologist-mft-lpcc-lcsw-in-san-diego-ca-us-e0b18cba46f07c8f
Director of Clinical Training
The Director of Clinical Training will be responsible for the oversight and management of the graduate clinical training Program. Responsibilities include direct and primary clinical supervision of clinical trainees, to include at minimum one hour per week for part-time clinical staff and two-three hours of group supervision weekly.
The Director will be responsible for oversight of supervisees’ clinical case files, ensuring that all legal and ethical guidelines are being followed, and reviewing and signing all clinical case notes and treatment plans. The Director will be responsible for the development, oversight and provision of the weekly clinical training of the trainees, working with other staff psychologists and contractors to maintain the training schedule. He/she will also be the point of contact for the IVAT’s community based clinical contracts. Those duties will include coordinating with the contract agencies’ staff regarding placement of doctoral and other practicum students/interns’ scheduling, problems or concerns that arise, and regular agency visits. The Director will be responsible for working with the trainees’ graduate programs to coordinate contracts, interviews, and evaluations of the trainees. The Director will also help oversee the finances related to the clinical and contract work that IVAT provides. This role may also include providing consultation and trainings to the community on issues of violence, abuse, and trauma, victims, offenders, and children exposed to violence. There is also the opportunity to conduct research and write articles or grants related to the field of forensic, trauma, or clinical psychology and the mission and vision of IVAT.
The clinical/forensic psychologist will be primarily responsible for maintaining a caseload of clinical and forensic cases, including clinical and forensic evaluations, forensic consultation, expert services, and clinical and forensic supervision. The psychologist will also assist in the oversight and management of the Professional Clinical and Forensic Services training program. Responsibilities include direct and primary clinical supervision of clinical trainees, including both weekly individual and group supervision facilitation. The psychologist will receive training, oversight, consultation, and mentorship to grow their competency in a wide range of clinical and forensic topics and areas of practice. The psychologist will also be responsible for the oversight and supervision of trainees (doctorate students for practicum or internship or post-doctorate fellows) at IVAT. The psychologist will be responsible for assisting in working with other staff psychologists and contractors to maintain the regular training schedule. The psychologist will collaborate with other IVAT psychologists to support the maintenance of community-based clinical contracts. This role will also be responsible for working with the trainees’ graduate programs to help coordinate contracts, interviews, and evaluations of the trainees in accordance with the graduate program’s requirements. This role may also include providing consultation and training to the students, community, and others on issues of violence, abuse, trauma, victims, offenders, and children exposed to violence. There is also the opportunity to conduct research and write articles or grants related to the field of clinical and forensic psychology, trauma, or related topics, and to the mission and vision of IVAT.
St. Paul’s PACE has an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Psychologist
You’ll provide direct and indirect care services of St Paul’s PACE program participants in an outpatient setting. You will perform psychological/diagnostic assessment and evidence-based treatment for mood, anxiety, thought, neurocognitive, intellectual, personality disorders and behavior problems. You will possess a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and have a California Clinical Psychologist license.
St. Paul’s Benefits are
St. Paul’s is committed to protecting our employees and our seniors from COVID-19. As such, and in compliance with the California Department of Public Health, St. Paul’s mandates that all newly hired employees be vaccinated to prevent COVID-19. If you cannot vaccinate due to medical and/or religious reasons, please contact our HR Department.
You will be able to apply directly from our website.
St. Paul’s Senior Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer