Licensed Psychologist Job Openings - 34,195 Jobs

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    A Wiser Mind

    Scottsdale, AZ

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    Innerchange

    Salt Lake City, UT

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    Dallas Healthcare Consultants

    Fort Worth, TX

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    Center Associates

    Marshalltown, IA

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    Deer Oaks

    El Paso, TX

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    Intermountain Healthcare

    Midvale, UT

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    $82,860

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    Deer Oaks

    Ithaca, NY

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    $81,470

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    Deer Oaks

    Clinton, NY

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    $82,860

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    New York State Civil Service

    Rush, NY

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    $70,580

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    North Memorial Health Care

    Robbinsdale, MN

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    MHM Services, Inc.

    Philadelphia, PA

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    MHM Services, Inc.

    Philadelphia, PA

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    MHM Services, Inc.

    Indiantown, FL

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    Intermountain Healthcare

    Salt Lake City, UT

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    A Wiser Mind

    Englewood, CO

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    Wisconsin State Government

    Racine, WI

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    Center Associates

    Marshalltown, IA

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    Broadwell Health

    Palm Springs, CA

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    Broadwell Health

    Riverside, CA

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    $87,370

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    Psychassociates Group

    New York, NY

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    HSMC

    North Andover, MA

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    MHM Services, Inc.

    Chipley, FL

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    Dallas Healthcare Consultants

    Pasadena, TX

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    Deer Oaks

    Sioux Falls, SD

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    MHM Services, Inc.

    Lake Butler, FL

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    A Wiser Mind

    Englewood, CO

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    Supportive Care LLC

    Houston, TX

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    $70,580

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    A Wiser Mind

    Parker, CO

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    $82,860

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    New York State Civil Service

    Claverack, NY

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    $70,580

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    Deer Oaks

    San Angelo, TX

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    $70,580

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    North Memorial Health Care

    Robbinsdale, MN

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    $70,580

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    State of Nebraska

    Norfolk, NE

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    $70,580

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    A Wiser Mind

    Denver, CO

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    Supportive Care LLC

    Caldwell, TX

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    $87,370

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    City-Pro Group Inc.

    New York, NY

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    Supportive Care LLC

    Abilene, TX

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    MHM Services, Inc.

    Las Vegas, NV

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    Dallas Healthcare Consultants

    Temple, TX

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    $70,580

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    MHM Services, Inc.

    Live Oak, FL

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    $70,580

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    A Wiser Mind

    Denver, CO

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    $70,580

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    MHM Services, Inc.

    Bessemer, AL

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    $70,580

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    MHM Services, Inc.

    Lake Butler, FL

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    MHM Services, Inc.

    Clermont, FL

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    $70,580

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    MHM Services, Inc.

    Philadelphia, PA

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    Sc Department of Public Safety

    Columbia, SC

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    $70,580

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    Deer Oaks

    Saint Louis, MO

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    $87,370

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    AHRC New York City

    New York, NY

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    $70,580

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    Broadwell Health

    San Diego, CA

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    Highlands Professional Group

    Adams, TN

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    $87,370

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    Child's Best

    New York, NY

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    $87,370

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    AHRC New York City

    New York, NY

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    $70,580

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    Collateral Damage Project

    Lynchburg, VA

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    $70,580

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    Drake Institute of Behavioral Medicine

    Irvine, CA

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    $70,580

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    Newbridge NW Psychology

    Conyers, GA

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    Professional Psychiatric Services

    Mason, OH

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    $87,370

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    AHRC New York City

    New York, NY

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    ESR

    Fredericksburg, VA

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    $70,580

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    Highland Professional Group

    Statesboro, GA

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    $70,580

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    Psychpros Staffing & Executive Search

    Dayton, OH

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    Supportive Care LLC

    Tyler, TX

Licensed Psychologist Jobs

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  • Assisting and Caring for Others
  • Getting Information
  • Judging the Qualities of Things, Services, or People
  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Interpreting the Meaning of Information for Others
  • Deal with People
  • Mostly Sitting
  • Make Decisions

What does a Licensed Psychologist do at New York State Civil Service

* clinical leadership; program management; forensic or court-ordered assessment, treatment and expert testimony; psychological services requiring expertise in neuropsychology, child and adolescent psychology, geropsychology, sex offense treatment, cognitive rehabilitation, trauma, and substance and/or chemical abuse programs; specialized assessment (functional, personality, risk, competency, vocational, education); design and application of behavioral technology and other specialized psychological interventions; individual, group or family therapy; crisis intervention; consultation to other agencies; training; and peer review.
* In order to be eligible for appointment and to maintain employment, you cannot be listed as an excluded individual or entity on any of the Federal and/or State Medicaid and Medicare exclusion lists (or excluded from any other Federal or Federally assisted program).
* If you are appointed and subsequently listed as an excluded individual or entity on any of these lists (or excluded from any other Federal or Federally assisted program), you may be terminated from your employment.
* If appointed you may be required to become an enrolled Medicare provider; obtain and provide to your employer a National Provider Identifier (NPI) number issued by the National Plan and Provider Enumeration System (NPPES); and otherwise actively participate to the degree necessary to allow for your services to be billed through Medicare and Medicaid.
* If you are appointed and lose the ability to bill through Medicare and Medicaid, you may be terminated from your employment.
* Continued employment as a Licensed Psychologist is dependent upon current licensure and registration by New York State as a Licensed Psychologist.
* Loss of licensure and registration may result in removal from employment

What does a Licensed Psychologist do at Easter Seals

* Oversee, maintain, and evaluate clinical abilities of the autism services staff to ensure the quality of service delivery and meet the organization’s goal of providing the highest quality of services to individuals with autism and their families.
* Provide clinical supervision to Board Certified Behavior Analysts.
* Provide oversight of initial and ongoing assessments.
* Develop and oversee behavior and intervention plans.
* Maintain compliance with state, federal and applicable regulations, and the organizations policies and procedures

What does a Licensed Psychologist do at Inner Door Center

* Must possess current state license ( Example: Ph.D. , PSY
* D.)
* Must possess current CPR certification
* A minimum of one year post-licensure experience preferred
* Must possess professional liability coverage at a minimum level of $1,000,000 per episode and $3,000,000 aggregate
* Must adhere to all HIPAA regulations
* Provide quality assessments and written documentation in accordance with Joint Commission and clinic licensing standards
* Provide quality individual, group and family therapy according to training, specialties, and effectively manage time during sessions
* Facilitate productive therapy sessions and provide growth promoting experiences to patients
* Define meaningful and measurable treatment goals for patients and ensure treatment follows goals outlined in the treatment plan
* Complete all discharge forms with the patient and ensure that aftercare appointments are made prior to discharge
* Function as a member of a treatment team when determining course of action for patient care in comprehensive treatment programs
* In addition to the above listed job elements and duties, other duties may be assigned or assumed when within the scope of the staff member's skill, expertise, licensure or certificationKnowledge of:
* Crisis management and therapeutic intervention
* Eating Disorders, substance abuse and co-occurring disorders along with addictions

What does a Licensed Psychologist do at Lowell Community Health Center

* Clinician will be responsible for completing outpatient screenings/assessing need for BHS services through brief evaluation.
* Case assignment will also be required, working with care coordinator and front desk staff for appropriate fit.
* Clinician will also be assigned a caseload and will follow BHS productivity requirements.
* Work in tandem with the BHS Care Coordinator to schedule screenings/assessment appointments for individuals referred for Outpatient Behavioral Health Appointments.
* Complete the Orientation Packet and other required initial case paperwork.
* Complete the TB, HIV, Tobacco Screens and Risk Assessments.
* Complete the Basis 24 and/or CANS as clinically indicated.
* Complete the BPS Assessment for all patients assigned for treatment, and other relevant documentation.
* Collaboratively develop a treatment plan, with patient.
* Present all completed intakes at the weekly BHS multi-disciplinary treatment team.
* Document all treatment encounters and outreach contact in eCW.
* Maintain statistics for completed intakes, and individuals screened out to external agencies and organizations and track individuals who failed the intake process.
* Complete a discharge note and/or summary as clinically indicated.
* Provide appropriate supported referrals for individuals screened out of BHS outpatient care.
* Develop and facilitate one outpatient treatment group and complete all required clinical documentation.
* Attend community meetings as assigned.
* Participate in the BHS multi-disciplinary treatment team.
* Participate in individual clinical supervision as indicated.
* Maintain a 65% direct care rate

What does a Licensed Psychologist do at Connecticut Children's Medical Center

* Direct Clinical services to students and families.
* Delivers crisis intervention and other non-scheduled support to students and support and therapeutic services to families.
* Conducts psychological evaluations as assigned.
* Provides 24 hour on-call coverage as assigned.
* Documents appropriate goals, plans, and progress; completing assessments, summaries and progress reports according to standards and time frames.
* Case Management and Coordination
* Assesses needed services and supports and makes efforts to secure as appropriate.
* Communicates with appropriate agencies to keep providers informed of relevant developments.
* Collaborates with School Psychiatrist and other care providers to coordinate treatment efforts.
* Facilitates the transition of students to educational and therapeutic services in the community.
* Consultation and Team Functioning
* Consults with teachers and classroom staff to support students and manage behavior in the classroom.
* Maintains collegial relationships with team members, responding to concerns, assessing student progress and communicating on case developments.
* Develops and modifies effective behavior plans using functional behavior analysis and data collection methods.
* IEP Responsibility
* Prepares and presents a draft of behavioral/social/emotional IEP goals and objectives for PPT discussion.
* Implements intervention and treatment in accordance with IEP goals and objectives as approved by the PPT including individual and group psychotherapy Supports School Program
* Actively participates in team and staff meetings to address program issues.
* Participates in School committees and other program development functions.
* Clinical Training and Professional Development
* Participates in clinical training including case conferences and clinical seminar.
* Supervises/trains graduate practicum students as assigned.
* Participates in staff development activities
* Maintains professional expertise through involvement in professional organizations and continuing education programs.
* Age
* Specific and Cultural Competencies
* Demonstrates knowledge of population-specific differences and needs from pre-school through adolescence and applies this knowledge.
* Demonstrates cultural sensitivity in all interactions with students/families and co-workers.
* CCMC Standards
* Demonstrates support for the mission and values of the organization through behaviors that are consistent with the CCMC Standards.
* Doctoral degree in Psychology/Clinical Psychology/School Psychology/ Counseling Psychology required plus completion of an APA approved internship.
* Minimum of one year of supervised experience in a treatment setting for children and adolescents.
* Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled Associated topics: behavioral, care, clinician, counselor, imman, mental, msw, pediatrics, prescription, social

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how to become a Licensed Psychologist

Although psychologists typically need a doctoral degree in psychology, a master’s degree is sufficient for some positions. Psychologists in independent practice also need a license.

Education

Most clinical, counseling, and research psychologists need a doctoral degree. Students can complete a Ph.D. in psychology or a Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree. A Ph.D. in psychology is a research degree that is obtained after taking a comprehensive exam and writing a dissertation based on original research. Ph.D programs typically include courses on statistics and experimental procedures. The Psy.D. is a clinical degree and is often based on practical work and examinations rather than a dissertation. In clinical, counseling, school, or health service settings, students usually complete a 1-year internship as part of the doctoral program.

School psychologists need an advanced degree and certification or licensure to work. The advanced degree is most commonly the education specialist degree (Ed.S.), which typically requires a minimum of 60 graduate semester credit hours and a 1,200-hour supervised internship. Some school psychologists may have a doctoral degree in school psychology or a master’s degree. School psychologists’ programs include coursework in both education and psychology because their work addresses education and mental health components of students’ development.

Graduates with a master’s degree in psychology can work as industrial-organizational psychologists. When working under the supervision of a doctoral psychologist, master’s graduates can also work as psychological assistants in clinical, counseling, or research settings. Master’s degree programs typically include courses in industrial-organizational psychology, statistics, and research design.

Most master’s degree programs do not require an undergraduate major in psychology, but do require coursework in introductory psychology, experimental psychology, and statistics. Some doctoral degree programs require applicants to have a master’s degree in psychology; others will accept applicants with a bachelor’s degree and a major in psychology. 

Most graduates with a bachelor’s degree in psychology find work in other fields such as business administration, sales, or education.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

In most states, practicing psychology or using the title of “psychologist” requires licensure. In all states and the District of Columbia, psychologists who practice independently must be licensed where they work.

Licensing laws vary by state and type of position. Most clinical and counseling psychologists need a doctorate in psychology, an internship, at least 1 to 2 years of supervised professional experience, and to pass the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology. Information on specific state requirements can be obtained from the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards. In many states, licensed psychologists must complete continuing education courses to keep their licenses.

The American Board of Professional Psychology awards specialty certification in 15 areas of psychology, such as clinical health, couple and family, or rehabilitation. The American Board of Professional Neuropsychology offers certification in neuropsychology. Board certification can demonstrate professional expertise in a specialty area. Certification is not required for most psychologists, but some hospitals and clinics do require certification. In those cases, candidates must have a doctoral degree in psychology, state license or certification, and any additional criteria of the specialty field.

Training

Prospective practicing psychologists must have pre- or post-doctoral supervised experience, including an internship. Internships allow students to gain experience in an applied setting. Candidates must complete an internship before they can qualify for state licensure. The required number of hours of the internship varies by state.

Important Qualities

Analytical skills. Psychologists must be able to examine the information they collect and draw logical conclusions from them.

Communication skills. Psychologists must have strong communication skills because they spend much of their time listening to and speaking with patients. 

Observational skills. Psychologists study attitude and behavior. They must be able to watch people and understand the possible meanings of facial expressions, body positions, actions, and interactions.

Patience. Psychologists must be able to demonstrate patience, because conducting research or treating patients may take a long time.

People skills. Psychologists study and help people. They must be able to work well with clients, patients, and other professionals.

Problem-solving skills. Psychologists need problem-solving skills to design research, evaluate programs, and find treatments or solutions for mental and behavioral problems.

Trustworthiness. Psychologists must keep patients’ problems in confidence, and patients must be able to trust psychologists’ expertise in treating sensitive problems.

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Real Licensed Psychologist Salaries

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Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Psychologist I-Licensed Childrens Hospital Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA Sep 28, 2016 $80,287
Licensed Psychologist The Heritage Clinic & The Community Assistance Pro San Diego, CA Oct 18, 2012 $75,000
Licensed Geriatric Psychologist Che Senior Psychological Services, PC New York, NY Jan 11, 2016 $73,154
Licensed Geriatric Psychologist Che Senior Psychological Services, PC New York, NY Mar 16, 2016 $73,154
Licensed Psychologist Bronx Childrens Psychiatric Center New York, NY Jan 14, 2010 $69,099
Clinical Counselor/Licensed Psychologist San Francisco State University San Francisco, CA Aug 18, 2014 $66,588 -
$119,208
Assistant Professor/Licensed Psychologist University of Idaho Moscow, ID Aug 15, 2016 $58,968
Licensed Psychologist Franklin & Marshall College Lancaster, PA May 17, 2013 $57,217
Assistant Professor/Licensed Psychologist University of Idaho Moscow, ID Aug 04, 2014 $54,000

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