City: San Marcos
Expires: 12/9/22 NM
Director of Cougar Crisis Response Team (CCRT), University Police Department
Job No: 520592
Work Type: Management (MPP)
Locations: San Marcos
Categories: MPP, At-Will, Full Time, Safety
Under the administrative supervision of the Chief of CSUSM University Police Department (UPD) and the clinical supervision of Director of Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) at Student Health & Counseling Services (SHCS), the Director of CCRT will manage the ongoing development and implementation of CCRT to address the mental health or behavioral health crisis incidents occurring on the CSUSM campus. Cougar Crisis Response Team (CCRT) is CSUSM's innovative and holistic approach to providing preventative and emergency psychiatric crisis response services to campus community members that may experience an urgent mental or behavioral health crisis. CCRT offers a collaborative approach to crisis response and public safety that fosters trust with students, faculty, and staff, while also advancing the University's commitment to anti-racism, culture of care, and inclusive excellence. The CCRT Director is responsible for coordinating the University's efforts toward crisis response, intervention, prevention, education, outreach, and training. The role of the CCRT Director is to implement a program that provides immediate response to and management of situations where members of the campus community are experiencing mental or behavioral health crisis. Through the use of crisis management and trauma informed practices the Cougar Crisis Response Team will work in collaboration with University Police Department, Student Affairs, Academic Affairs, and other campus partners to prevent, reduce, or eliminate injury to students, staff, faculty and campus community. The CCRT Director will assist the develop, plan, and implement strategies to manage program growth. The CCRT Director will regularly review and recommend changes in program services to meet client and community needs with particular emphasis on services for underserved populations. Duties also include the oversight of program evaluation and quality assurance functions for the team including assessment of applicable legal and professional requirements and monitoring services provided to clients.
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Judy Goodman Fermin, Ph.D.
City: La Jolla
Expires: 1/3/23 NM
Psychology Postdoctoral Positions
UCSD CAPS Post-Doctoral Residency for 2023-2024
Our Counseling Center at The University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is announcing post-doctoral residency opportunities for 2023-2024. The Residency is a 12 month, full time appointment. The stipend is $58,000 plus university benefits. The Residency begins August 1, 2023 and ends July 31, 2024. Please visit our website for information about our center: http://caps.ucsd.edu
The Residency provides advanced clinical training with a focus on mental health in higher education and involves supervised experience working as an integral member of a team of clinicians serving approximately 40,000 diverse undergraduate and graduate students. Responsibilities include, provision of short-term counseling/psychotherapy, group therapy, initial evaluation and assessment, and crisis and urgent care. Residents will participate in a clinical outreach/consultation emphasis 3-5 hours per week which will be assigned based on demonstrated interest/experience and needs of the center. We are a decentralized counseling center and residents are housed within the seven colleges on the UCSD campus, affording the resident a unique and embedded consultation experience. **Upon arrival, residents may be involved in outreach and teaching activities which includes the facilitation of a 4 week College Success Strategies course as part of a Summer Bridge program for incoming underrepresented students and conducting a section of a First Year Experience Course for students.
The optimal candidate will possess the following: demonstrated interest and experience working with diverse multicultural, university populations, strong clinical and crisis management skills, outreach delivery experience, organizational skills, basic computer skills, and excellent communication and written skills.
Residents receive approximately 1700 hours of supervised experience with at least 25% of their hours being dedicated to direct, clinical service.
Applicants must have completed an APA/CPA-accredited internship and possess a doctoral degree from an APA/CPA-accredited program by the start date of the Residency. After selection, a background check is conducted that verifies that candidates have no criminal or other record that would preclude employment in the University's judgment. Formal hiring is contingent on these requirements.
Our program will be using the APPA CAS (APPIC Psychology Postdoctoral Application-Centralized Application System) APPA CAS Postdoc Online Application (appic.org). Please submit the following materials electronically to the APPA CAS system by Tuesday, January 3, 2023 (midnight PST):
· Cover letter indicating your specific interest in UCSD Counseling and Psychological Services
· Curriculum vita
· Completion Letter from your Graduate Program Director of Training, or dissertation Chair, specifying dissertation status and projected timeline for completing all requirements for the doctoral degree. If you have completed your degree, a copy of your diploma or other indication from your graduate program is acceptable.
· Three letters of recommendation from individuals who have knowledge of your clinical work. One letter must be from your Internship Training Director which also includes a statement indicating good standing in the program and exact completion date of internship (if the internship is already completed, please submit certificate or similar documentation).
**During the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health services, outreach and training are conducted in a hybrid, tele-health, in-person format.
Joanna Savarese, Ph.D.
P: 858 914-1347
City: Sorrento Valley
POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW and/or PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATE
San Diego BrainWorks is a private psychology practice located in Sorrento Valley, Temecula, and Orange County. San Diego BrainWorks seeks a part or full time (Post-doc) and/or Licensed Psychologist with extensive testing and report writing experience to conduct neuropsychological, psychoeducational, and psychological evaluations across the lifespan. Additionally, this individual will engage in individual therapy with clients (children, adolescents, and adults) using evidenced based treatments.
Conduct neuropsychological, psychoeducational, and psychological evaluations with pediatric and adult patients presenting with a variety of diagnoses in an outpatient setting. Responsibilities include test administration, scoring, and reporting test results, and therapy.
Doctoral Degree (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology from an APA approved program with appropriate clinical training. APA Internship.
Extensive testing and report writing experience.
Please contact us if interested.
Dr. Karen Hyland
Hillcrest Psychological Associates seeks a licensed psychologist to work in-person at our San Diego or La Jolla location as an independent contractor in a private practice setting. The practice serves primarily college students, graduate students, professionals, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and clients with trauma. You do all the things you love (therapy) and we do all the things you hate (billing, paneling, marketing).
This is a low-pressure position. 5-25 clients per week. We are also looking for people who want to work one or two evenings a week after their full-time job for extra income.
Licensed Psychologists are invited to apply. $94+ per clinical hour based on experience. Please submit a cover letter and vita Dr. Karen Hyland at drkaren at hillcrestpsych.com
Come work for us! We are a social justice-oriented, women-owned, egalitarian run company with work-life balance at the forefront of all of our decisions.
Post-Doc/Psychologist/LMFT for Holistic Group Practice
Nourished Wellness Group, a modern holistic group practice in Encinitas, is looking for skilled clinicians to join our team either part-time or full-time. We are looking for an individual who is interested and/or passionate about a mind-body approach to therapy. You can learn more about us at nourishedwellnessgroup.com or @nourishedwellnessgroup.com
Providing individual/couples/children psychotherapy weekly in addition to coordinating care with other treatment providers, such as our holistic partners. We are passionate about integrating holistic modalities into client treatment plans while coordinating care to ensure the whole person is treated.
Contact Name :
Brenda Wilkinson, LMFT
P: 858-268-9800, ext 3
City: San Diego (Sierra Mesa)
Looking for Licensed Clinician to join Private Group Practice
Healthy Connections Counseling Center is still growing! We are looking for several Licensed Clinicians (PhD, PsyD, LMFT, LCSW) to join our amazing, established private practice in Serra Mesa (Murphy Canyon Road). We provide clinical and psychological testing services to clients of all ages and needs. We also have a large conference / wellness room for consultation, group trainings, self-care yoga for the clinicians, and the ability to run and/or create your own groups. Clinicians work as independent contractors allowing for full flexibility in scheduling and creating your ideal private practice opportunity within a collaborative and supportive group environment.
Multiple positions available:
Our benefits include everything you need to be successful:
· A fun, collaborative and supportive working environment
· Furnished offices
· Strong referral base with too many clients
· In-network insurance credentialing and contracting
· Administrative support including patient scheduling
· In-house billing services
· Electronic records platform
· All psychological testing materials
· Office supplies
· Our office building has a gym for your use and a new café opening soon
Salary Information: Practitioners are contracted as independent contractors and are paid a percentage of their accounts receivable.
Average Salary: Based on doctorate full-time ± 142K part-time ± 71K – based on master’s level full-time ±103K and part-time ± 51K.
What we require: A CA License in good standing with your licensing board, professional and business liability insurance, and compliance with our documentation and credentialing paperwork.
If interested, please send letter of interest and CV to Brenda Wilkinson, LMFT at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (858)268-9800 x3 for more information.
Learn more at www.healthyconnectionscounseling.com
P: 619 776-8501
City: San Diego
Father Joe’s Villages seeks a Licensed Clinical Psychologist to oversee the clinical and wrap-around services for unhoused children, adults, and families at its Therapeutic Childcare (TC) Program. As the Clinical Supervisor of TC, the Licensed Clinical Psychologist, provides therapeutic recommendations to TC employees for implementation in the classroom and serves as the subject-matter consultant for the TC team. Facilitates the internships of students and their caseloads.
We have a beautiful group of humans working together at Sharp HealthCare (Mesa Vista Hospital) in San Diego. Together we provide really excellent clinical care AND we train doctoral students, interns and fellows. We all like each other a lot and we share strong values of kindness, social justice, humility, work-life-balance, creativity, curiosity, authenticity and humor. Our practice is informed by science, the recovery model, trauma-informed care, person-centered care and by our individual and collective values.
There are several psychologist positions open at Sharp right now. The two I am recruiting for are direct service positions that are central in our training programs.
The base salary is over $100k annually (fulltime), and could be higher depending on years of experience. Sharp has a very generous benefits package including over 5 weeks of paid time off (not including sick leave), retirement matching, reimbursement for continuing education costs, medical, dental, optical insurance and more. Sharp is a nonprofit and our employees meet criteria for federal loan repayment programs. We prefer licensed people, because there are supervision duties associated with both positions. However, we will consider strong candidates who are close to licensure.
Please email or call me if you are interested in either position and I will instruct you further on how to apply. I am happy to answer questions.
Seeking ambitious experienced therapist or 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. Offering 2-3 days a week. Please submit your resume to email@example.com.
Case Manager Position
AToN Center, an Encinitas Chemical Dependency & Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center is looking to hire a Case Manager for full-time and part-time positions. This individual will be responsible for discharge planning, intake and patient advocacy. You will be a part of a small, dedicated team of professionals who support each other and facilitate real change in our residents.
Knowledge in substance misuse treatment, case management, and assessments preferred. Must have basic computer skills.
AToN Center, an Encinitas Chemical Dependency & Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center is looking to hire a licensed Psychologist, Marriage Family Therapist or Clinical Social Worker for full-time and part-time positions. This individual will be responsible for leading CBT groups, process groups, individual therapy and family therapy. You will be a part of a small, dedicated team of professionals who support each other and facilitate real change in our residents.
Knowledge in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and familiar with SMART Recovery and 12 Step support. Must have basic computer skills.
ADOLESCENT INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM
Primary Therapist and Group Facilitator
The Forum at San Diego Brainworks was created out of the increased difficulties that adolescents have been facing and the need to receive more intensive mental health treatment. At The Forum we are committed to providing the most thorough and comprehensive treatment for your adolescent and family. We believe in keeping it real. We are honest and direct providers who believe in treating and educating teens and families by holding all parties accountable for their role and responsibility in the treatment process. We believe that through action is transformation, and through transformation builds a foundation that lays the groundwork for a strong sense of self, honesty, humility, and ultimately inner and outer peace. We believe in embracing the uniqueness that we all possess by learning to display these attributes through teaching skills and techniques that foster healthy and adaptive thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Our treatment program is innovative, relatable, and effective.
Employment Type: Part Time/Full-time
We are looking for a Masters or Doctorate Level Therapist.
Under The Supervision Of The Clinical Director, Group Therapists Are Ultimately Responsible For Providing Individual And Group Therapy To Patients With A Diagnosis Of Chemical Dependency And Mental Health.
Job Duties : Provision Of Individual Therapy, Group Facilitation, Family Therapy, Therapeutic Support, And Coordination Of Care With Other Members Of The Client’s Treatment Team. Other Job Components Include Clinical Assessments, Ongoing Utilization Management, And Ongoing Participation Within A Multi-Disciplinary Treatment Team. Schedules May Include Day, Evening Shifts.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Salary: $30.00 - $80.00 per hour
Monday to Friday
Ability to commute/relocate:
San Diego, CA: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)
Work Location: One location
Carolyn Jacobs, Psy.D. (PSY15774)
City: Chula Vista
FT/PT Psychotherapy Office Space Available in Chula Vista
Licensed Child and Adolescent Therapist
We are seeking to add a passionate and caring clinician, who is devoted to clinical quality and has outstanding attention to detail. Successful applicants will be able to conduct psychological interviews, as well as diagnose, recommend, and treat a variety presenting problems. Excellent interpersonal, communication, and analytical skills are required, as they will assist in the coordination and collaboration of care. Our ideal candidate is licensed in California and is ready to take over an existing caseload of clients as one of our clinicians is relocating. This position requires 18-25 client hours a week. We are a collaborative and supportive team of therapists located in Encinitas. You will have full flexibility in scheduling, and you can work in-person as well as telehealth.
If you would like to apply, please send a letter of interest and your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org