licensed psychologist in a supervisory/managerial capacity

The Westchester Institute for Human Development (WIHD)
Valhalla, New York

The Westchester Institute for Human Development (WIHD), a University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities located in Valhalla, New York, serves over 10,000 children and adults with disabilities and special health care needs and their families living in Westchester County and the lower Hudson Valley regions.  WIHD’s mission is to create better futures for people with disabilities, for vulnerable children and for their families and caregivers.  WIHD accomplishes its mission through professional education; innovative services and supports; community training and technical assistance; and research and information dissemination.

Child Welfare Services at WIHD provides a comprehensive array of services, supports and advocacy for children and families involved with the child welfare system in Westchester County.  These services include clinical assessments of children and their birth parents, pediatric medical care, mental health treatment for children, parent education and training, foster parent support, educational coordination and advocacy, post-adoption services and community-based aftercare for families reunifying from foster care. 
WIHD is looking to hire a licensed psychologist in a supervisory/managerial capacity to join its interdisciplinary team in June of 2018.  The psychologist will play a significant role in a number of different program areas including:

  • Provide leadership and management oversight of the Every Family Counts Aftercare program, a community-based program for families reunifying following a foster care placement
  • Conduct clinical assessments of parents and children in order to help the Department of Social Services plan towards permanency for children in foster care
  • Provide child and family treatment for children in foster care and their birth families and clinical supervision to staff providing this service
  • Provide supervision and training for post-doctoral psychology fellows and other trainees
  • Coordinate and conduct research and program evaluation
  • Manage data collection and reporting for child welfare programs
  • Interested candidates must be licensed in New York State.  A minimum of 5-7 years’ experience is required of having worked with children and families impacted by trauma, including clinical assessment and treatment, and a minimum of 5 years of supervisory experience.  Experience working with the child welfare/foster care system is strongly preferred. Experience using evidence-based treatment such as TF-CBT, PCIT, CPP, AF-CBT is highly desirable. 
  • Ideal candidates will be able to demonstrate clinical experience, proven communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills, and the ability to work effectively as a team member.

WIHD values inclusivity and diversity in the workplace. We encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds.  We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, pregnancy, any other characteristic protected by law.

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Danielle Weisberg, Director of Child Welfare Services & Children’s Advocacy Center at

Psychologist - Child Development Center

The Jewish Board
Child Development Center (Manhattan)

The Child Development Center (CDC) is a nationally recognized division of The Jewish Board that uses a wide variety of therapeutic approaches, services, and programs to help young children and their families. Children may have a range of behavioral, developmental and emotional difficulties. The psychologist will serve in the Therapeutic Nursery. • Therapeutic nursery: The psychologist on a therapeutic nursery interdisciplinary classroom team provides a broad based understanding of the children’s overall development, including but not limited to their emotional life, cognitive strengths and weaknesses and social skills and deficits. The psychologist helps integrate the information from each discipline/service on the team into a comprehensive understanding of the whole child, and uses this understanding to inform interventions that support the child’s development in a variety of critical domains.

RESPONSIBILITIES (include but are not limited to):

• Therapeutic Nursery: o Enhancing the understanding of how to improve play and social skills crucial in childhood development, integrating the expertise from providers in speech and language, occupational/physical therapy, and the educational staff. o Contributing to the understanding of family dynamics, and to developing interventions that help parents understand their child’s unique makeup, that help them come to terms with their child’s challenges, and facilitate their parenting skills. o Helping facilitate the team in enlisting a parent’s collaboration, to the best of that parent’s ability, and negotiate complicated situations as they arise. o Depending on experience, the team psychologist may be the “family worker” for a more complex or demanding family, providing ongoing parent guidance, school observation, and serving as the liaison between the family and the nursery team. o The most experienced psychologists supervise the psychology trainees on the team who provide direct services in the form of CPSE mandated counseling and psychological assessments. o Conducting weekly classroom observation of clients and attend interdisciplinary team meetings, parent team conferences, and meet with individual team members on an ad hoc basis. o Providing play therapy to several children who have IEP counseling mandates.


• NYS Licensed Clinical Psychologist (Ph.D. or Psy.D.)

• 2-3 years of clinical experience with young children who may present with behavioral difficulties, developmental challenges, and traumatic stress reactions.

• Experience in individual, dyadic, family and group treatment a plus.

• Spanish speaker is a plus.

Clinical Psychologist – Family PEACE Trauma Treatment Center (FPTTC)- Full Time Days

Family PEACE Trauma Treatment Center

As the #1-ranked hospital in New York (U.S.News & World Report), NewYork-Presbyterian has a long tradition of bringing hope, health and healing to our communities.

The Family PEACE (Preventing Early Adverse Childhood Experiences) Trauma Treatment Center (FPTTC) in the division of the Ambulatory Care Network of New York-Presbyterian Hospital provides high quality therapeutic services for trauma exposed infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, and their caregivers. The FPTTC is expanding early identification and treatment access for trauma exposed young children and their caregivers and is currently seeking qualified applicants to fill positions made possible by a recent National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) - Category III award. The early childhood mental health psychologist will provide Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) treatment for 0-5 year olds and their caregivers, as well as individual and group interventions. This position uniquely offers the opportunity to receive formal training in the evidence-based, trauma-focused, treatment interventions of Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) for children under the age of five, and Attachment, Self-Regulation and Competency (ARC) for school-age children.

Preferred Criteria

• Spanish fluency

• Experience conducting psychotherapy with high-risk populations

• Experience in one or more of the following areas: Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Trauma Treatment, Early Childhood Mental Health, Parent-Child Psychotherapy

• Ability to work as part of a dedicated and professional team

Required Criteria

• NYS Licensed or License-Eligible Ph.D/Psy.D.

• Licensure within 18 months of hire

• New York State Limited Permit in Clinical Psychology upon hire


Interested candidates should send a cover letter and CV to the Program Manager Cynthia Arreola at


Psychologist III

Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress
Baltimore, MD

Kennedy Krieger Institute is an internationally recognized facility located in Baltimore, Maryland dedicated to improving the lives of children and adolescents with pediatric developmental disabilities through patient care, special education, research, and professional training. The Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress (CCFTS) at Kennedy Krieger Institute is dedicated to working with traumatized children and their families. We provide comprehensive, evidence based/evidence-supported treatment, training in trauma-informed intervention approaches, and research on the causes, consequences, and treatment of child and family trauma. The goal of our treatment, training, and research efforts is to help traumatized children reach their potential through direct treatment services, professional development, and research designed to identify the most effective policies and practices.

Join our team as a Psychologist III: The Psychologist III supervises psychology staff, psychology interns, and coordinates/manages projects to which they have been assigned. In addition, he/she provides service to clients as a member of the evaluation program where participation may include direct service, clinical supervision, or research. The psychologist may provide staff consultation and training for graduate social work interns. The psychologist III has the responsibility for administrative duties assigned by the Director. Qualified applicants must possess a Ph.D. or Psy.D. with emphasis in Clinical or Counseling Psychology. Must be a licensed psychologist in the state of Maryland. Five (5) years’ experience in providing psychological evaluation, psychotherapy, and supervision required. APA approved internship as well as one year supervised experience post doc required. Some management experience strongly preferred.

Enjoy these benefits and more!

Excellent medical benefits

Paid sick leave and vacation

401(k) Voluntary Tax-deferred Savings Plan ( Employer contribution + Employer match)

To apply go to and enter the Job ID # 2235

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/ProtectedVet

Supervising Staff Psychologist

Partnerships for Trauma Recovery
Berkeley, California

Partnerships for Trauma Recovery (PTR) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to healing the psychosocial impacts of trauma among international survivors of human rights abuses and forced displacement resulting from war, torture, gender-based violence, human trafficking, and persecution due to identity and beliefs. At our Mosaic Healing Center in Berkeley, California, we: (a) Provide culturally and contextually aware, trauma-informed and linguistically accessible psychological and psychosocial care for refugees, asylees and asylum seekers, (b) Expand multidisciplinary clinical capacity to serve these diverse international populations through a 10-month, 24-hour per week in-depth clinical training program for graduate students and post-graduate interns in psychology and social work, and (c) Advocate for policies to prevent trauma and re-traumatization among international survivors of human rights abuses.


This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic nonprofit organization working at the juncture of global mental health and human rights. Working closely with and reporting to the Clinical & Training Director, the Supervising Staff Psychologist will implement clinical programming and training at the Mosaic Healing Center, as well as capacity-building activities with partners in the community. In collaboration with clinical and program staff, as well as our team of Global Healing & Human Rights clinical trainees and mental health interpreters, the Supervising Staff Psychologist will engage in the provision and development of psychosocial care for international survivors of human rights abuses, mentoring trainees in their clinical and case management activities, and supporting the overall training program. The Supervising Staff Psychologist will also collaborate with the management and development team around evaluation of clinical programming and outcomes, and perform other duties as assigned. Externally, the Supervising Staff Psychologist will engage in public speaking and conduct trainings for community partners. In addition to extensive clinical experience providing trauma-informed cross-cultural care for diverse communities, as well as conducting clinical supervision and training, this position requires flexibility, creativity, resourcefulness and independence. Essential for this position is a sustained commitment to advancing global social justice & human rights.

The roles and responsibilities of the Supervising Staff Psychologist will include the following.  These roles are not always distinct, and will overlap as needed:

Clinical Care, Supervision, Training & Coordination

  • Contribute to the development and facilitation of the Global Healing & Human Rights Clinical Training Program for graduate students and post-graduate interns in psychology and social work.
  • Provide weekly individual supervision for clinical trainees, collaborate with their academic institutions, and complete performance and progress evaluations.
  • Support Clinical & Training Director and Clinical Manager in management of overall client care and clinical trainee mentorship, including answering questions, addressing immediate client needs and crises, and supporting the provision of case management and referrals.
  • Help coordinate clinical services and psychosocial care among PTR staff, clinical trainees, mental health interpreters, clinical supervisors, psychological evaluators, psychiatrist, program interns and volunteers, and community partners.
  • In collaboration with clinical staff, provide support, supervision and training for team of Refugee Voices mental health interpreters.
  • Directly provide culturally and contextually aware, trauma-informed and linguistically accessible individual, family and group psychotherapy for a small number of refugee, asylee and asylum seeking adults, youth & children.
  • Collaborate with legal representatives & provide psychological evaluations for asylum claims.
  • Provide case management, advocacy & referrals for clients as needed.
  • Contribute to the creation of a safe environment for welcoming clients and supporting clinicians and interpreters with warmth, openness & sensitivity.

Outreach, Communication, Collaboration & Training with Community Partners

  • Support Clinical & Training Director and Clinical Manager with ongoing external communications, and help manage opportunities for outreach and collaboration with attention to evolving program priorities and needs.
  • Represent PTR to the public through presentations and speaking engagements, sharing and disseminating information about PTR’s mission, beneficiaries and programming.
  • Develop and deliver trainings which include visuals (PowerPoint, etc.) and experiential content, to build capacity among community partners and stakeholders who work with international survivors of human rights abuses, including immigration attorneys, and other service providers and human rights defenders.
  • Help develop and sustain mutually beneficial relationships with community partners.

Collaboration with Program Management Team

  • Inform PTR management team about clinical programming (client demographics, client and training outcomes, collaborations with community partners, etc.).
  • Collaborate with clinical staff and trainees to document client healing stories.  Establish system for collecting and sharing client stories with management team to document the impact of PTR’s clinical programming.
  • Engage in new programming initiatives and partnerships as they arise, and identify opportunities for clinical program development.

Required Education & Experience

  • Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D or Ph.D).
  • Licensed as a psychologist in the state of California, or licensed in another state and able to obtain licensure in California.
  • Experience providing trauma-informed care for individuals, families and groups.
  • 5+ years of experience providing psychological care for diverse and underserved populations.
  • 2+ years of experience working with children and youth.
  • 2+ years of experience providing clinical supervision.
  • Experience designing and conducting clinical trainings.
  • Experience and/or interest in speaking publicly to clinical and non-clinical audiences.

Preferred Experience

  • Experience working cross-culturally with diverse international populations.
  • Experience working with refugees and/or asylum seekers.
  • Experience working in different languages and/or with in-person interpreters.
  •  International work, study and/or living experience, preferably in the developing world.
  • Experience conducting psychological evaluations for asylum claims and writing affidavits.
  • Experience working collaboratively in multidisciplinary teams.

Competencies & Interests

  • Global cultural and contextual awareness for working collaboratively with internationally diverse clients, mental health interpreters, staff, clinical trainees, interns and volunteers.
  • Demonstrated commitment to global social justice and human rights.
  • Spoken and written fluency in English, as well as one or more other languages preferred.
  • Interest in developing and implementing community outreach and training activities.
  • Flexibility and ability to adapt to developing program needs and requirements.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
  • Maturity, initiative, resourcefulness and ability to creatively problem-solve.
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure with limited resources.
  • Ability to thrive in a rapidly growing small nonprofit and take on multiple roles.
  • Proficiency with MS Office Suite and Google Drive.

Application process:  If interested, please submit the following to with the subject Application for Supervising Staff Psychologist Position:  1) a cover letter; 2) your most recent curriculum vitae or resume; 3) a one-page statement about your clinical approach & philosophy. 

Applications are due by November 26, 2017 and will be reviewed on a continuous basis until the position is filled.  To learn more about Partnerships for Trauma Recovery, please visit our website at

Partnerships for Trauma Recovery is an equal employment opportunities (EEO) and does not discriminate on the basis of ancestry, age, color, disability
(physical and mental, includes HIV and AIDs), genetic information, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, military or veteran status, national origin, race, religion (includes religious dress and grooming), sex (includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and/or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, or request for FMLA in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

School Psychologist

Monument Academy
Washington, D.C.
About Monument Academy
Working with the most at-risk adolescents and established on an innovative model integrating excellent academics with evidence-based, trauma-informed practices, Monument Academy is a weekday boarding school that opened in the 2015-2016 and has a 5th and 6th grade and 80 students. The school is currently authorized to expand to 8th grade and maintains the goal of growing through high school so that students will graduate from Monument Academy. The mission of Monument Academy is to provide students, particularly those who have had or might have contact with the foster care system, with the requisite academic, social, emotional, and life skills to be successful in college, career, and community, and to create an outstanding school that attracts, supports, and retains exceptional and caring people.
About the Position
As a member of the well-being team, the school psychologist will play an integral role in the development and implementation of a mission-aligned Well-Being program throughout all aspects of the school. They also participate in all-school professional development and staff committee assignments (which may include PBIS, safety, staff morale and other committees). This individual will manage the classroom-based Well-being Coaches who focus on social-emotional learning.
Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Promoting Monument Academy’s core values and model the highest behavior standards for staff and student at all times
  • Conducting neuropsychological and/or psychoeducational evaluations of students
  • Articulating test results to parents and MDT members in clear, understandable language attending to cultural sensitivity
  • Maintaining progress notes as required by school regulations
  • Facilitating staff training to enhance professional development
  • Supporting the crisis intervention team
  • Supervising a team of classroom-based Well-being Coaches who focus on social-emotional learning.
  • Participating in the development and review of Individual Education Plans (IEP) for special education students
  • Assisting with progress monitoring for student based interventions
  • Overseeing school wide intervention initiatives such as bully prevention.
  • Serving on the Positive Behavior Intervention and support (PBIS) team.
  • Conducting self harm, lethality, and sexulaized behavior risk assessments, Social History Assessments, Functional Behavior Assessments, and creating Behavior Intervention Plans.
  • Participating multidisciplinary team meetings.

Candidates should possess the following:

Character Traits and Values
  • Commitment to the mission of Monument Academy
  • Emotional self-regulation, patience, maturity and humility
  • Ability to take initiative and ownership of role and responsibilities
  • Excellent people skills
  • Respect for students, families, and staff
  • Ability to accept feedback
  • Proactive and able to anticipate issues and manage unanticipated events with thoughtfulness and grace
  • Commitment to positive and strengths-based behavioral approaches
  • Strong sense of ethical psychotherapy principles and confidentiality
  • Willingness to learn and grow in a new school environment
  • Commitment to teamwork
  • Educational or School Psychologist with training and/or experience in child and adolescent development and adult learning and a license or certificate to practice mental health in the District of Columbia
  • At least 1-2 years of experience managing a team to achieve results
  • 3-5 years of work experience in a school setting or program that works directly with at-risk youth, preferably in an urban/diverse educational setting
  • 1-3 years of experience providing individual and group therapy to youth and demonstrated success with urban and/or diverse adolescents with high social emotional needs
  • Experience working with students with special needs and technical knowledge of special education policies
  • Experience working with traumatized youth
  • Cultural competency in working with students and families from different racial, ethnic, linguistic, and sexual orientation backgrounds
  • Ability to connect with families/caregivers
  • Experience with family therapy a plus
  • Experience working with or knowledge of the foster care system a plus
  • Excellent quantitative and analytical skills for understanding and interpreting data to inform instruction and other practices
  • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills
  • Outstanding organizational skills and ability to prioritize, delegate, manage time and tasks to meet deadlines
  • Proven track record working collaboratively with a team

To Apply

Please apply on-line and submit your resume and cover letter at Prior to uploading files, please name the documents as follows:

Competitive compensation commensurate with experience. Monument Academy is committed to its policy of full inclusion and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation or national and ethnic origin in hiring and employment, nor in the administration of its educational policies, or admissions policies.

Psychologist III

Kennedy Krieger Institute
Baltimore, MD

The Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress (CCFTS) at Kennedy Krieger Institute has a position open for a Psychologist III.

CCFTS, located in Baltimore Maryland is a Center that uses mental health treatment, training and research to address the negative impacts of exposures to neglect, abuse and violence. For information about our program, please go to:

We are currently seeking a senior level psychologist to supervise psychology staff, psychology interns, and coordinates/manages projects which they have been assigned. In addition, he/she will provide direct service to clients and have the opportunity to become involved in research and/or training. 

Responsibilities include:

  • Fulfills all of the responsibilities and duties of a clinical or counseling psychologist.
  • Provides treatment to clients including diagnostic interview and therapy through individual, group, family, or marital treatment. In addition, collaborates with public agencies to facilitate achievement of goals related to the treatment plan.
  • Maintains client activity at the projected level set by administrative staff and maintains the medical record for each client which includes diagnostic interview note, ongoing contact notes, MHP treatment plan, and discharge note.
  • Supervises and conducts performance evaluations for psychology staff/graduate students through regular meetings and review of documentation to address clinical practice, professional development, productivity, documentation compliance, and time management.
  • Coordinates/manages clinics or projects to which they have been assigned.
  • Assists the Director and assumes leadership with the development of innovative programs, training, and research initiatives and assists in securing funding, grants, as needed.
  • Responsible for administrative oversight and supervision of staff providing clinical services and clinic coordination.


  • Must possess a Ph.D. or Psy.D. with emphasis in Clinical or Counseling Psychology.
  • Must be a licensed psychologist in the state of Maryland.
  • APA approved internship as well one year of supervised experience post doc
  • Five (5) years’ experience in providing psychological evaluation, psychotherapy, and supervision.
  • Some management experience preferred

The Kennedy Krieger Institute provides an excellent benefits package that includes health insurance, tuition reimbursement, paid time off, and a company-matched retirement plan.

Individuals interested in learning more about our employment opportunities may apply through the Kennedy Krieger Institute careers page at:; JOB ID: 2235

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Clifford Beers Clinic
New Haven, CT

Clifford Beers Clinic, a community-based behavioral health clinic in New Haven, CT, is hiring a licensed clinical psychologist to join its growing multidisciplinary team. Clifford Beers Clinic specializes in providing evidence-based, trauma-informed services for children and families throughout Greater New Haven and is a member of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN). An additional licensed clinical psychologist is needed to:

1) manage trauma-informed clinical programs

2) supervise pre-doctoral interns, post-doctoral fellows, and licensed clinicians

3) assist with efforts to obtain APA internship accreditation

4) provide evaluation services

Key Responsibilities:

  • Managing and leading assigned clinical program and ensuring that clinical program objectives support Clinic strategic plan
  • Expertise in working with families affected by Intimate Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse.
  • Providing direct patient care, as needed
  • Making programmatic and administrative recommendations to the Director
  • Supervising, coaching, establishing performance expectations of, and evaluating program staff.
  • Facilitating effective communication among program staff, management, and internal and external customers to ensure seamless service
  • Identifying needs and providing opportunities for staff development
  • Tracking Program expenses and income to ensure viability of services
  • Supervising and evaluating interns, fellows, residents, and graduate student(s) in their daily responsibilities – or delegating this function
  • Assigning or delegating responsibility for specified work or functional activities
  • Participating in community and State training activities to promote individual professional growth and development
  • Collaborating in the development of treatment plans, clinical evaluations, case referrals to provide the most appropriate interventions
  • Performing other related and appropriate duties as directed

1) a Doctoral degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology (Ph.D. or Psy.D.)

2) an active license (or license-eligible) as a Clinical Psychologist in Connecticut

3) Completion of an APA-accredited graduate program

4) Completion of an APPIC-registered internship, preferably APA-accredited

5) Expertise in working with families affected by complex trauma, intimate domestic violence, and sexual abuse

6) 3+ years program management experience, including using electronic health record and other software to tracking staff performance, program outcomes, and budgets

7) Evidence of outstanding skills in supervision, clinical assessment, psychotherapy and counseling

8) At least two years of post-doctoral clinical experience, including providing thorough Diagnostic Evaluations with standardized measures

9) Ability to work independently and as a team member, with flexibility and integrity

10) Strong oral and written communication and interpersonal skills

11) Proven ability to interact with diverse individuals and groups. Bilingual and bicultural (Spanish/English) preferred given growing monolingual (Spanish) population in Greater New Haven

12.) Must have valid driver’s license and reliable transportation. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions


Josslyn DeCrosta-Grindle

HR Generalist

Baystate Health is seeking a Full-time Clinical Psychologist

Baystate Health
Springfield, MA

Under the direction of the Clinical Supervisor and Clinical Research and Development Manager, the Psychologist provides clinical services to children, adults, and families being treated at the Family Advocacy Center for symptoms related to trauma or traumatic grief. You will be asked to demonstrate doctorate level knowledge of developmental stages, personality structure and development, mental health diagnoses and current treatment modalities.

Clinical responsibilities include conducting intake interviews to obtain patient history information, contributing diagnostic information, making preliminary diagnoses, and participating in the development of an interdisciplinary assessment and treatment plan, individual evidence based psychotherapy, family therapy, group therapy and collaboration with outside agencies (e.g., DCF, public and private schools, daycare centers, mental health agencies, child advocacy groups), and contributions by other psychological disciplines.

Additional responsibilities will include:

•    Provides age appropriate trauma-informed treatment to patients.
•    Evaluates patients to assess presenting problem, contributing history, and current mental status.
•    Develops behaviorally trauma-informed treatment plans including measurable treatment goals.
•    Completes all documentation related to treatment in the clinical record according to established standards consistent with NCQA guidelines.
•    Manages the necessary documentation and provides the information required by third party payers to secure reimbursement.
•    Conducts meetings with families, significant others and other service providers as delineated in the treatment plan.
•    Demonstrates skill of collaboration, advocacy and linkage as they relate to patient care.  Provides patients and families with information on community resources and appropriately refers patients/families to identified resources.  Participates in patient and family educational efforts.
•    Provides strategic information and input to the Practice Manager as needed for service quality evaluation, and program development.
•    As supported by the Clinical Research and Development Manager, participates in teaching activities and academic activities, which may include the clinical supervision of practicum students, post-doctoral students and other clinicians as requested.
•    Participates in other special activities and contributes to the development of programs for the department as requested by the Practice Manager.
•    Observes all health and safety requirements.
•    Expected to perform other similar and related duties as assigned.
•    Management has the right to add or change to the job responsibilities at any time.

Grant Information:

This position is fully funded by a grant.  As a grant funded employee, you will be considered a Baystate Health employee with the following stipulations:

Your employment will be for the duration of the grant.  Continued employment, beyond the initial period, is contingent upon the availability of new grant funding.

What You Need To Know:

Full-time / 36 hours

Loc: Springfield, MA


•    Doctorate in Clinical Psychology
•    Massachusetts Psychologist license or license eligible is required
•    Experience in providing treatment in outpatient mental health settings
•    Experience working with individuals with trauma histories is preferred

Skills and Knowledge Required: 

•    Knowledge of trauma-informed practice
•    Excellent interpersonal skills
•    Excellent communication skills, written and oral
•    Knowledge base related to issues of cultural competence
•    Must be Spanish/English Bilingual


The Children’s Center

Full time Licensed Psychologist to provide comprehensive mental health services to very young children and their families including assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning and Family and Individual Child Therapy. Clientele includes children with severe emotional and behavioral problems, early childhood trauma, and children with autism spectrum disorders and their families.  Successful candidates must demonstrate clinical experience with toddlers and preschool aged children and experience with evidence based trauma treatments. 

•    Utah licensure as Psychologist
•    Clinical experience with children birth to age seven and their families
•    Experience using evidence based interventions for childhood trauma
•    Excellent spoken and written communication skills
•    Ability to work independently, set priorities for assignments, meet deadlines, and enthusiastically participate as part of an interdisciplinary team
•    Highly motivated to learn new skills and work in a stimulating and busy clinical environment

OTHER:  Competitive salary and benefits.  The Children’s Center is a private, non profit community agency that provides comprehensive mental health care to children and their families across the socioeconomic spectrum.  We offer a range of services based upon the mental health needs of each child and family, including outpatient family and group therapy, as well as therapeutic preschool services. The Children’s Center is a partner with the National Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) so clinicians at The Center are able to participate in national trainings focused on the use of evidenced based treatments for early childhood trauma.  Extensive professional training and supervision is provided.

CONTACT:  Send resumes to Douglas Goldsmith, Ph.D. by email at or fax to 801-582-5540.

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