Top Psychologist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Psychologist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Psychologist resumes they appeared on. For example, 29.2% of Psychologist resumes contained Group Therapy Sessions as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Psychologist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Psychologist resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Group Therapy Sessions

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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Facilitated group therapy sessions as well as individual psychotherapy sessions with inmates incarcerated in the mental health unit
  • Conducted comprehensive diagnostic evaluations and facilitated group therapy sessions.
  • Conduct group therapy sessions, including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
  • Conducted individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Conduct individual and group therapy sessions to assist men accused of violence against women and of domestic violence.
  • Led group therapy sessions focusing on anxiety and distress caused by the effects of chemotherapy.
  • Conduct individual and group therapy sessions to assist women victims of sexual abuse.
  • Assisted Doctor in group therapy sessions with adolescent males and monitored progress.
  • Led clients in individual, family and group therapy sessions.
  • Provide juveniles with individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Conducted individual, family, and group therapy sessions using a variety of psychotherapeutic techniques.
  • Provided individual and group therapy sessions as well as psychoeducational groups daily.
  • Conducted 3 group therapy sessions for Overeaters group with 8 patients.

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2. Psychology

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Here's how Psychology is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Position: Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Resident (part-time) Responsibilities: Providing psychological services in a private practice setting for adolescents.
  • Supervised psychology interns and staff psychologists and assist in development and implementation of ongoing research projects concerning psycho-legal issues involving children.
  • Supervised Psychology Practicum students on the completion of comprehensive intake evaluations and suicide risk assessments in a high paced clinical environment.
  • Provide clinical supervision to Assistant Psychologists/Assistant Psychology Practitioners and Psychology Practitioners within the Psychology Service as and when required.
  • Serve as a contract psychologist performing geriatric psychology services for numerous long-term care, rehabilitation, and assisted-living facilities.
  • Provided supervision to staff, consulting psychologists and post-doctoral psychology trainees of residential treatment center and therapeutic school.
  • Reviewed financial reports to ensure Psychology Team's productivity and contribution to department's budgetary goals.
  • Sole proprietor of independent clinical psychology practice; set clinical, administrative, and operational policy.
  • Attend monthly psychology department meetings and or other meetings as related to Cognitive Behavioral Program.
  • Provided in-depth consultation and field support for accident investigations in human factors and aviation psychology.
  • Directed psychology department and staff, developed budget, and conducted quality assurance activities.
  • Provided health psychology interventions to a broad range of medically compromised patients at bedside.
  • Trained and supervised psychology technicians in the administration and scoring of assessment instruments.
  • Supervised clinical activities of doctoral level psychology interns in APA accredited internship program.
  • Collated files pertaining to psychology services for an American Correctional Association review.
  • Facilitated continuing education conferences regarding current trends in the field of psychology.
  • Supervised two psychology assistants and performed all psychological evaluations for the facility.
  • Provided group supervision and training to practicum and intern psychology students.
  • Coordinated and delivered the admission and orientation presentation for psychology services.
  • Provided supervision to doctorate-level psychology interns in therapy and psychological assessments.

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3. Crisis Intervention

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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Job Duties: Provide individual therapy, brief psychological assessments, psychological evaluations, group psychotherapy and mental health crisis intervention.
  • Developed, implemented and maintained behavior plans, monitored psychoactive medication, trained staff, and implemented crisis intervention.
  • Provided psychotherapy, counseling, and crisis intervention to adolescents with emotional and behavioral difficulties and their families.
  • Provided individual, group and family counseling; performed psychological assessments; and provided crisis intervention services/assessments.
  • Provide crisis intervention and on-call services to assist in resolving concerns about offender management and appropriate housing.
  • Assist in managing milieu, monitoring and coordinating the behavioral level system and providing crisis intervention.
  • Provide weekly psychotherapy, collaborate care with psychiatrists and primary care physicians, provide crisis intervention.
  • Conducted individual psychotherapy, case management, group therapy, crisis intervention, psychological assessment.
  • Performed crisis intervention services to include referral to appropriate level of care and community resources.
  • Provided crisis intervention, working directly with medical staff and security monitors as needed.
  • Provided crisis intervention, and advised network clinicians regarding clinical aspects of a claim
  • Provided individual and family crisis intervention to officers and family members of officers.
  • Document relevant information regarding patient's activities and participate in crisis intervention.
  • Provide individual and group psychotherapy and crisis intervention in day treatment programs.
  • Provide direct support services to consumers including individual counseling and crisis intervention.
  • Provided psychological services, evaluations, and crisis intervention for inmates.
  • Conducted intake interviews and crisis interventions for teenagers and adult patients.
  • Provided consultation to school personnel on milieu management and crisis intervention.
  • Provided weekly individual and family psychotherapy as well as crisis intervention.
  • Provide crisis intervention and intensive psychotherapy to inmate/patients in the MHCB.

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4. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Achieved applied experience in providing individualized psychotherapy and mental health services for a diverse range of patients.
  • Provided direct mental health services either in office individual/family therapy or as home-based therapy services.
  • Provide individual, family and group psychotherapy to individuals receiving enhanced mental health services.
  • Trained and supervised masters level clinicians providing mental health services.
  • Consult with primary care providers regarding veteran's mental health concerns and place referrals for additional mental health services as appropriate.
  • Provided psychological and Mental Health Services, to community and schools, provided speech therapy to middle and high school students.
  • Provide individual and group mental health services and discharge planning assistance to incarcerated men from a population of 2700 offenders.
  • Completed intake evaluations to determine level of care for mental health services in the California State Prison system.
  • Provide bilingual long-term individual therapy to adult patients while stationed in outpatient mental health services once per week.
  • Contracted with organizations pursuing grants and funding for mental health services specializing in the treatment of ages 0-3.
  • Referred students and families to the appropriate mental health services throughout the community as needed.
  • Led weekly multidisciplinary service team meetings (MDST) and provided mental health services.
  • Provided mental health services to inmates incarcerated in the Federal prison system in Arkansas.
  • Provided mental health services to children, adults, families, couples and adolescents.
  • Provide mental health services to adult inmates of all cognitive levels of functioning.
  • Participated in the supervision and planning of mental health services through community centers.
  • Provided mental health services through the Full Service Partnership (FSP) program.
  • Represent district at Inter-agency Service Planning Team meetings for mental health services.
  • Assessed clients for mental health services and made appropriate referrals.
  • Provided mental health services for inmates placed in segregation.

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5. Intake Assessments

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Here's how Intake Assessments is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Job responsibilities involved providing Psychological Evaluations, conducted Diagnostic Intake assessments on new and returning inmates.
  • Conducted intake assessments, diagnosed psychological disorders, and created treatment plans under licensed supervision.
  • Conducted intake assessments including differential diagnosis, treatment planning, and referral.
  • Completed intake assessments and individual therapy for clients within an outpatient clinic.
  • Conducted comprehensive intake assessments and provided diagnoses and treatment recommendations.
  • Conducted intake assessments and provided therapy to children & adults
  • Conducted intake interviews and completed intake assessments.
  • Conducted intake assessments and provided referrals.
  • Conducted intake assessments and treated mental health conditions of elderly patients in nursing homes and rehab centers.
  • Conducted intake assessments and client coordination plans using the Department of Mental Health (DMH) paperwork.
  • Perform intake assessments, and individual and group therapy; provide consultation at patient rounds.
  • Perform intake assessments, develop treatment plans, and attend a weekly peer consultation group.
  • Used Spanish-speaking skills to provide individual treatment and intake assessments as needed.
  • Conduct intake assessments on transfers and provide appropriate follow-up services if needed.
  • Conducted intake assessments and interviews for clients new to the facility.
  • Conduct intake assessments and suicide risk assessments as needed.
  • Conducted weekly intake assessments using the SCID interview.
  • Complete comprehensive intake assessments and interviews Administration of psychological testing.

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6. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Perform psychological assessment testing focusing on psychiatric, developmental, medical, and behavioral issues to develop effective treatment plans.
  • Assist treatment teams in developing effective treatment plans by creating structural and functional assessments for adults exhibiting challenging behavior.
  • Conducted client intake interviews and clinical evaluations, developed treatment plans, documented therapies, and conducted individual/group counseling Television
  • Performed intake interviews for referred clients, developed treatment plans, and consulted with community based organizations.
  • Led Interdisciplinary Treatment Team meetings to develop and assess progress on individual inmate/patient treatment plans.
  • Collaborated with other professionals for development of treatment plans for emotionally disturbed children and adolescents.
  • Provided consultation to team members regarding case conceptualization, treatment plans, and behavioral interventions.
  • Reviewed treatment plans and initial diagnostic assessments for all bachelor level and masters prepared clinicians/staff.
  • Developed treatment plans, served as clinical consultant to administration in mental retardation unit.
  • Developed treatment plans which included the utilization of appropriate referral services.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop treatment plans for patients with needs accordingly.
  • Developed treatment plans and recommendations for behavioral management and support plans.
  • Provided care to children based on individually specialized treatment plans.
  • Generated psychological assessments and treatment plans for individual patients.
  • Conducted psychological assessments and developed treatment plans.
  • Produced treatment plans following therapeutic protocols.
  • Develop psychotherapy treatment plans for adults.
  • Develop conceptualizations and treatment plans.
  • Conducted assessments of new admits, developed comprehensive treatment plans and led treatment team meetings in conjunction with the assigned Psychiatrist.
  • Consulted with a Team for the Department of Mental Health monitoring treatment plans in state funded facilities throughout the State.

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7. Anxiety Disorders

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Here's how Anxiety Disorders is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Conducted psychological assessment and psychotherapy services for a multiracial, lower- socioeconomic population exhibiting mood, anxiety disorders, and DID.
  • Treated students with different diagnostic profiles including depression, anxiety disorders, alcohol and substance use and personality disorders.
  • Provide evidence based treatments for Depression, Anxiety Disorders, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders, and other clinical conditions.
  • Specialize in issues related to grief and loss, mood and anxiety disorders, relationship problems and trauma.
  • Focus of practice is on substance abuse/other addictions, mood/anxiety disorders, and ADHD/learning disabilities.
  • Provide individual therapy in private practice setting with a focus on anxiety disorders.
  • Provide counseling for adults with depression and anxiety disorders.
  • Led adult groups for depression and anxiety disorders.

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8. Substance Abuse

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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Administered a variety of standardized psychological measures including cognitive, memory, academic, personality, and substance abuse assessments.
  • Provided individual and group therapy to dual diagnosed patients for substance abuse; received weekly supervision from Clinical Director/psychologist.
  • Developed comprehensive treatment plans focused on accurate diagnosis and behavioral treatment of problems as well as substance abuse.
  • Received extensive experience working with adult women in a year long live-in substance abuse rehabilitation program.
  • Provided psychological evaluations and testing, including substance abuse, fitness for duty and disability evaluations.
  • Evaluated for substance abuse issues and significant psychiatric disorders to make appropriate referrals.
  • Conducted substance abuse assessments and provided substance abuse treatment.
  • Supervised rehabilitation therapist, and substance abuse counselor positions.
  • Provide individual psychotherapy for substance abuse unit.
  • Supervised Substance Abuse Primary Prevention Program
  • Provided out-patient therapy for mood, anxiety, substance abuse, personality and behavior disorders to children, adolescents and adults.
  • Consult on substance abuse and mental health prevention programs for youth in high-risk environments via contract from department of juvenile justice.
  • Worked with a variety of client problems, including anxiety, depression, substance abuse, sexual dysfunction, and schizophrenia.
  • Provide therapy a wide range of setting and situations: substance abuse, marriage and family therapy, mental health counseling.
  • Serve on hospital-wide committee to develop and implement a substance abuse education program for all units of the hospital.
  • Specialized in substance abuse treatment, adolescents and couples as well as working with law enforcement personnel and PTSD.
  • Focus on substance abuse intervention and treatment, gang affiliation, depression, academic concerns, grief counseling.
  • Provided mental health care for diabetes, smoking cessation, pain management, and substance abuse related issues.
  • Provided counseling for substance abuse, depression, anxiety, self-esteem and a variety of related issues.
  • Integrate health agencies to teach young people to prevent substance abuse, vandalism and unwanted pregnancies.

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9. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Provided therapy to kids with special needs, such as ADHD, Autism, ODD, Mental Disability and Anxiety.
  • Consulted with counselors working with students who are in crisis, dealing with chronic issues, or special needs.
  • Created grant proposals and secured federal and state grant funds for special needs adults in the court system.
  • Case Manager to children with special needs in the preschool, elementary, and middle school settings.
  • Provide psychotherapy to special needs children and adolescents, such as brain injured and medically complex children.
  • Designed and implemented classes in stress management, meditation and how to deal with special needs offenders.
  • Support in sessions between psychologists and children with special needs regarding higher learning demands.
  • Diagnosed and treated students with special needs, autism/PDD, and hearing impairments.
  • Worked with patients from a broad spectrum of diagnoses and special needs.
  • Participated in case conference of children who have special needs.
  • Conducted referrals to Special Needs Placements for more acute offenders.
  • Consult to Dean of Students on special needs students.
  • Provided therapy to kids with special needs.
  • Work with special needs children and adolescents.
  • Counseled children with special needs.
  • Performed psychodiagnostic assessments of special needs and regular students to insure appropriate class placement and resource assignment.
  • Provide programing for special needs.
  • SCHOOL for kids with disability (Ternopil, UKRAINE) Experience in working at specialized school with special needs children.

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10. Trauma

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Here's how Trauma is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Conducted psychological evaluations and psychotherapy with individuals experiencing trauma-based symptoms.
  • Created and co-facilitated a psycho-educational Trauma group at the local probation department for probation clients with a history of trauma.
  • Provided individual trauma-based psychotherapy using a Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) based approach as well as critical incident debriefing.
  • Provided Individual and Group Psychotherapy to adults with Development Disabilities, mental and emotional disorders and/or Traumatic Brain Injury.
  • Provided individual, group, and family therapy in a specialized Trauma and Victimization unit for adolescent females.
  • Provided community-based trauma recovery services to New Jersey families affected by the World Trade Center Disaster.
  • Provided crisis intervention and management for suicidal/homicidal individuals and groups who had undergone a traumatic event.
  • Conduct diagnostic evaluations of various psychological disorders including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury.
  • Provide court-related evaluations and testimony as expert witness in the area of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
  • Provide assessment and treatment related to Military Sexual Trauma including Cognitive Processing Therapy (9/2015-Present)
  • Provided crises intervention and trauma treatment utilizing Cognitive Behavior Therapy and EMDR treatment.
  • Provided individual 50-minute psychotherapy to adults challenged by drug addiction and trauma.
  • Provided treatment and support for individuals dealing with trauma related difficulties.
  • Provision of psychological services to the traumatically brain injured population.
  • Diagnose Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury conditions.
  • Delivered trauma informed behavioral interventions to clients.
  • Provided crisis counseling for/after traumatic events.
  • Evaluated and tested adults and teenagers with ADHD, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorders, trauma, and personality disturbance.
  • Administered Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Screenings with adolescents for a pilot study which was overseen and supervised by the program psychiatrist.
  • Completed four-semester Traumatic Brain Injury Certification Program focusing on the clinical, consulting, applied research and leadership roles in TBI.

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11. Developmental Disabilities

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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Performed psychological testing and developmental screening for children with various physical, mental, and developmental disabilities in a hospital setting.
  • Assisted in the development and implementation of treatment and behavioral goals for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • Provide psychotherapy services for various populations, including adults with emotional and developmental disabilities and mental retardation.
  • Trained in competency restoration for people with developmental disabilities who are involved in the criminal justice system.
  • Developed a proposal for an Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities based Forensic Treatment Unit.
  • Provided direct support and service to adults with developmental disabilities, and consultant services to management.
  • Provided individual and group therapy for adolescent and adult men with developmental disabilities and challenging behaviors.
  • Complete Comprehensive Psychological Evaluations and assess intellectual functioning of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • Provide Psycho-therapy sessions to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities via Article 16 Clinical Services.
  • Conducted brief intelligence screenings for inmates to determine the presence of possible developmental disabilities.
  • Served as Coordination for Clark Evaluations to screen for developmental disabilities.
  • Evaluated and diagnosed patients with developmental disabilities and provided therapeutic counseling services
  • Provide consultation for individuals with developmental disabilities and co-occurring psychiatric diagnoses.
  • Perform psychological evaluations for children and adults with developmental disabilities.
  • Worked with individuals diagnosed with developmental disabilities and/or mental illness.
  • Developed Aging and Developmental Disabilities course for new employee orientation.
  • Provide in home and in office psychotherapy to adolescents, children, families, and consumers with developmental disabilities.
  • Ensured compliance with regulations set forth by the New York State Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities.
  • Assisted individuals with developmental disabilities with the design of their own 'person centered' living and employment programs.
  • Promoted from PSYCHOLOGIST I): Hudson Valley Developmental Disabilities Services Office (HVDDSO).

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12. Behavioral Issues

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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Consult with staff regarding behavioral issues and provide behavioral input to interdisciplinary treatment teams.
  • Conducted behavioral assessments to manage behavioral issues after discharge.
  • Assure that emotional/behavioral issues among residents are addressed in accordance with evidence-based standards.
  • Identified psychological, emotional and behavioral issues.
  • Provide assessments and a record review of male offenders that are being considered for Special Meal Management due to behavioral issues.
  • Address significant behavioral issues, consultations with agency staff.

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13. Clinical Supervision

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Here's how Clinical Supervision is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Supervised the prison psychiatric facility and provided administrative and clinical supervision to the units 4 assigned psychologists.
  • Worked under the clinical supervision of a Lead Psychologist and administratively under the Health Service Administrator.
  • Provided clinical supervision to staff desiring to become licensed within the Commonwealth of Virginia.
  • Assist with program development and training and provide weekly clinical supervision for Post-Doctoral interns.
  • Provided group clinical supervision for counselors and case management staff.
  • Provided clinical supervision of the Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program.
  • Provided clinical supervision over for full-time psychologists and interns.
  • Provide individual and group clinical supervision and didactic training.
  • Coordinated and provided clinical supervision with treatment staff.
  • Provide clinical supervision to doctoral level students.
  • Provide clinical supervision for case conferences.
  • Provide clinical supervision of Behavior Specialists.
  • Provide clinical supervision to the Community Drug Board and consultation to the Juvenile and Adult Court System.
  • Provide clinical supervision to Master's level clinicians.
  • Provide clinical supervision to practicum students, marriage and family therapist interns and pre-and-post doctoral psychologist interns.
  • Provided clinical supervision to pre and post-doctoral interns.
  • Provide clinical supervision for BSCs and Mobile Therapists who provide direct services to clients in assigned care module (~60)
  • Provide clinical supervision and didactics to Interns and school staff members.
  • Provided clinical supervision of an average of 30 psychological and psychoeducational assessments per week, and individual and group therapy.

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14. Private Practice

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Here's how Private Practice is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Conduct comprehensive cognitive-psychological evaluations in a private practice setting* Complete all tasks related to operating small business
  • Resumed private practice featuring Psychological Evaluations for Family Court and In-Home Foster Care counseling.
  • Engaged in individual and couples therapy and psychological assessments in several private practice settings.
  • Perform psychotherapy services for an adult clinical population within a private practice setting.
  • Provide individual cognitive-behavioral therapy to children and adolescents within a group private practice.
  • Developed private practice focusing on co-occurring disorders, utilizing a non-disease model approach.
  • Maintain private practice providing clinical, forensic and consultative psychological services.
  • Provided psychotherapy and psychotherapy evaluation services in a private practice setting.
  • Provided Individual and Family Counseling on a private practice basis
  • Provided individual and couples therapy in a private practice setting
  • Provided psychotherapy services to adults, adolescents, couples and families in a private practice setting through third-party insurance referral base.
  • Provided assessment and psychotherapy to adults, adolescents, children, and families in a multidisciplinary group private practice.
  • Handled all dictation for the lead psychologist in his private practice as well as his pain management clinic.
  • Provide outpatient psychotherapy to adults with a range of mental health disorders in a private practice setting.
  • Provide short-term counseling and consultation to adults and older adults in private practice settings in New Jersey.
  • Program Development Duties: Created a private practice under the supervision of Donna Johns, PsyD.
  • Provide individual, couples and family counseling to adolescents and adults in group private practice setting.
  • Provide psychological counseling to clients part-time (one day per week) in private practice setting.
  • Provide outpatient psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and adults in private practice setting.
  • Work settings included private practice at Grant Memorial Hospital and Love Memorial Medical Clinic.

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15. Risk Assessments

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Here's how Risk Assessments is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Conducted psychotherapy, home-based clinical interventions, psychological evaluations, risk assessments, and discharge planning services for sexually acting-out youngsters.
  • Completed risk assessments including Violent Recidivism Worksheet and made reports to administrative staff regarding risk of recidivism.
  • Conducted individual therapy, risk assessments, intakes, psychological testing, and military specific evaluations.
  • Conducted comprehensive psychological evaluations and risk assessments for the Arizona State Hospital Psychiatric Review Board.
  • Conducted psychological assessments, including risk assessments, and provided group and individual therapy.
  • Performed psychological evaluations, including sex offender evaluations and violence risk assessments.
  • Provided crisis counseling and conducted suicide risk assessments.
  • Conducted fitness for duty evaluations, and high acuity risk assessments and interventions for suicidal, homicidal, and psychotic patients.
  • Provided psychological testing, risk assessments and evaluations to the Utah Board of Pardon as an aid in release decisions.
  • Conduct suicide and violence (HCR-20, START) risk assessments as well as intakes and cognitive assessments.
  • Complete suicide risk assessments for all patients upon admission, discharge, and as clinically indicated.
  • Conducted mental health and evaluations, risk assessments, group therapy, and individual therapy.
  • Created behavior support plans, wrote risk assessments and functional assessments.
  • Conducted at-risk assessments on children who were presenting with concerning behaviors.
  • Completed suicide risk assessments and crisis counseling to all inmates.
  • Complete sex offender risk assessments for adult probation and parole
  • Conduct risk assessments and determine patient readiness for discharge.
  • Provided expert testimony in support of risk assessments.
  • Conduct risk assessments on offenders' mental status.
  • Perform risk assessments and develop release plans.

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16. Social Workers

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Here's how Social Workers is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Facilitated weekly team meetings for a multidisciplinary team of social workers/counselors and case managers for case consultation and treatment planning.
  • Coordinated and developed an ongoing collaboration process for school psychologists and school social workers.
  • Work as part of a multidisciplinary team alongside doctors, nurses, social workers, family members, and physical therapists.
  • Served as Senior Psychologist in Group Practice which included Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Psychologists, Counselors, and Nurse Practitioners.
  • Collaborate with team members in a multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals including psychologists, social workers, and psychiatrists.
  • Participated in interdisciplinary meetings with psychiatrists, social workers, and other mental health professionals to discuss cases from center.
  • Work as part of an interdisciplinary team with oncologists, counselors, social workers, recreational therapists and nurses.
  • Maintained contact with county social workers, and other outside agencies, such as the court and school systems.
  • Worked within a multidisciplinary framework collaborating with social workers, physicians, nurses, other psychologists and line staff.
  • Worked in a multidisciplinary setting with nurses, psychiatrists, and social workers including team meetings and consultations.
  • Support to Social Workers, other professionals and personnel with public housing projects managed by MJ Consulting.
  • Consult with Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Clinical Social Workers, nursing and custody staff as necessary.
  • Provided updates to Social Workers for foster care cases and responded to subpoenas for criminal cases.
  • Supervised staff of seven social workers, four school psychologists, and three speech pathologists.
  • Liaised with guidance counselors and social workers to promote social skills training programs for children.
  • Assisted social workers in designing appropriate interventions for their clients who have special needs.
  • Work closely with supervisor, social workers, psychiatrists and other mental health providers.
  • Work within multidisciplinary setting with psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, victim advocates.
  • Served as a contract psychologist in the office of two licensed social workers.
  • Led Treatment Team in treatment reviews; supervised 2 Social Workers.

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17. Ptsd

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Here's how Ptsd is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Facilitated open-intake PTSD clinic; distributed and explained self-report measures.
  • Participated in psycho-educational groups about PTSD.
  • Develop specific clinical pathways or best practice programs for targeted patient groups to include patients with acute stress symptoms and PTSD.
  • Range of diagnoses' included Major Depression, PTSD, Anxiety, Substance Dependence/Abuse, Autism, Grief, & Dementia.
  • Provide psychological assessment and psychotherapy, with specializations in ADHD & LD assessment, and treatment of PTSD.
  • Assist lawyers and other professionals in the assessment of individuals with PTSD and related conditions.
  • Trained medical allied medical forces in the prevention and treatment of PTSD.
  • Specialized training in Prolonged Exposure Therapy for PTSD.
  • Provided evidence based treatments for PTSD-
  • JOB DUTIES: Individual and marital therapy with active duty service men at Camp Lejeune, Specialty: PTSD
  • Completed both initial and review Mental Health and PTSD Disability Questionnaires for the Veteran's Administration
  • Provided assessment, diagnosis and treatment of PTSD andSubstance Use Disorders.
  • Received didactic trainings on Psychopharmacology treatments for PTSD, Clinician-Administered PTSD Scale (CAPS), and Motivational Interviewing.

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18. Pain Management

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Here's how Pain Management is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Designed and administered hospital based inpatient and outpatient behavioral medicine and comprehensive integrated pain management programs.
  • Spearheaded planning and development of new hospital-wide testing program for pain management patients.
  • Played key role in developing hospital-wide initiative to improve medical/surgical pain management.
  • Provided consultation for pain management and hospitalized patients.
  • Provided health and behavior interventions in ER as needed such as pain management counseling.
  • Served on hospital committees including Pain Management, Integrative Medicine, and Bioethics.
  • Provided assessments of competence and pain management for the terminally ill.
  • Designed and implemented Pediatric Pain Management Program with HIV/AIDS patients.
  • Specialized in use of hypnosis for pain management.
  • Administered neuropsychological testing instruments in addition to provision of psychotherapy, relaxation therapy, and chronic pain management.
  • Established a biofeedback clinic for treatment of PTSD-relatedanxiety, dental anxiety, generalized anxiety and pain management.

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19. Adhd

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Here's how Adhd is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Conducted full psychological batteries assessing for learning disabilities, mental retardation, ADHD, and other psychological conditions.
  • Performed psycho-educational assessments, including diagnostic evaluations of learning disorders and ADHD.
  • Performed psycho-educational assessments for school-related issues, including Learning Disabilities and ADHD.
  • Conducted psychological evaluations (ADHD/AOD/Parenting/Sexual Offense).
  • Provided two full battery achievement and psychological assessments on middle school children who were referred for ADHD assessment.
  • Treated children and adolescents with various disorders including ADD, ADHD, learning disabilities, and emotional problems.
  • Conduct psychological assessments (personality, IQ, court ordered assessment, parenting evaluations, ADHD).
  • Completed psychological testing for ADHD, emotional disturbances, custody issues, and health issues.
  • Conducted professional development and parent training in the areas of ADHD and behavior management.
  • Provide a teachers conference for the inclusion of students with ADHD and ODD.
  • Diagnose and handle cases of defiant disorder, ADHD, and depression.
  • Conducted parenting workshops on behavior management and coping with ADHD.
  • Research on ADHD symptoms and improvements with AIT training.
  • Developed and co-led skills/support group for ADHD/LD students.
  • Provide assessment screenings for individuals with ADHD.
  • Provided pediatric neuropsychological consultation & assessment, particularly for ADHD.
  • Conducted intake interviews with parents of children with emotional and behavioral problems, dyslexia, other learning disabilities and ADHD.
  • Facilitated social skills groups for children and adolescents with learning difficulties/neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism and ADHD (eg.
  • Provide evaluations for adhd in children, adolescents and adults.Completed 10 day intensive training in marsha linehans model.

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20. PHD

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Here's how PHD is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Maintained excellent collaboration with PhD consultants, executives, and administration.
  • Work of all team members was supervised and evaluated at all times by a PhD psychiatrist.
  • Coordinate a team of 2 MD and 2 PhD) and clerical staff to provide continuing education to licensed health professionals.
  • Enjoy teaching very much.Thank You,Daniel C Corley PhD
  • Conducted numerous psychological assessments for students and their families Supervisor-Sandra Jones, PhD
  • Provided case presentations to Behavioral Health clinicians (PhDs, PsyDs, MSWs, LPCs).

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21. Anger Management

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Here's how Anger Management is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Counseled children having difficulties with anxiety, anger management, depression, and social skill deficits using evidence-based techniques.
  • Facilitated and developed anger management group program for adolescent boys.
  • Facilitated substance use recovery issues groups and anger management groups.
  • Facilitated an ongoing anger management group for detained youth.
  • Provided anger management therapy and assessments.
  • Facilitated in-services to classrooms on subjects such as anger management, tolerance, problem solving, self-esteem, and sexuality.
  • Conducted frequent seminars to unit leaders and soldiers in stress/anger management, life-skills, healthy living and suicide prevention.
  • Provided Anger Management, Social Skills, Divorce, Sexual Abuse and Deployment Support Groups during war with Iraq.
  • Develop groups such as Anger Management, DV, Parenting and conducted them in Spanish, English and Portuguese
  • Presented unique lectures throughout the base on managing mood problems, anger management, and re- deployment/reintegration preparation.
  • Specialize in the treatment of behavioral and substance related addictions, trauma related disorders and anger management.
  • Play therapy, group therapy & family therapy focused on anger management and sexually reactive youth.
  • Conducted anger management groups, social skills training groups, and assessment of suicidal students.
  • Co-led support groups focusing on 12-step work, mindfulness, and anger management.
  • Stress and anger management training also provided.
  • Attend anger management classes, parenting classes etc).

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22. Stress Management

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Here's how Stress Management is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Provided therapeutic intervention including individual psychotherapy, assertiveness training, anger, and stress management techniques.
  • Conducted various workshops on Study skills, Stress Management and Time Management for grade VIII to XII grade students.
  • Provided Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) services as Clinical Director for the local EMS department.
  • Co-facilitated groups on Depression, Stress Management, Anxiety, and Dealing with a Life Sentence.
  • Contributed in the development of a Stress Management protocol based on DBT for high school students.
  • Developed and ran training in relaxation, stress management and meditation techniques.
  • Coached patients on stress management.
  • Presented Stress Management trainings to students at a local high school.

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23. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Case Management, Assessment, Eligibility Determination, Consultation, IEP Collaboration, Report Writing
  • Consulted with schools, participated in IEP development, and attended team meetings to improve educational and social outcomes for patients.
  • Coordinate, run, and complete paperwork for initial and re-evaluation MET, IEP, and MDR meetings.
  • Attended in-service workshops, placement conferences, Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) and IEP meetings.
  • Developed Individualized Educational Plans (IEP's) for students and participated in IEP/Placement meetings.
  • Consulted on and conducted Child Study Team conferences, IEP meetings, and parent conferences.
  • Participate, when feasible, on Individualized Education Program (IEP) and Parole meetings.
  • Collaborate with the IEP team to provide appropriate placement for each individual student.
  • Train therapist on annual review reports, testing and writing IEP's.
  • Completed functional behavioral assessments and wrote findings used to set IEP goals.
  • Participated in RTI and IEP meetings with parents and school personnel.
  • Translated and traduced IEP meetings and documents (English-Spanish).
  • Facilitated Individual Educational Planning (IEP) meetings.
  • Updated Individualized Educational Programs (IEP's).
  • Collaborate with individualized education plans (IEP).
  • Trained and skilled at using the electronic IEP.
  • Coordinated and ran MET and IEP meetings.
  • Attended all related meetings (IEPS and METS).
  • Provided cognitive and social emotional psychological testing with students including collaboration with parents and school personnel at IEP meetings.
  • Conducted psycho-educational evaluations, developed and implemented behavioral interventions, and conducted IEP-Teams for Cheatham County School System.

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24. Staff Training

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Here's how Staff Training is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Provided staff training and continuing education with regard to the impact of psychological issues on patient participation and recovery.
  • Position includes staff training addressing implementation of behavior programs and understanding psychiatric that impact this population.
  • Position also consists of responsibilities for staff training and development.
  • Presented staff training and development for teachers and administrators.
  • Staff training and professional development.
  • Provide staff training in a variety of clinical do- mains, including Emotion-Focused CBT, MI, and Evidenced-based Positive Parenting.
  • Perform direct assessment of dementia and other age related conditions, mental health evaluations, environmental assessments and staff training.
  • Provided full range of outpatient psychological testing and psychotherapy services, staff training and development, and supervision.
  • Provided staff training programs on Coping with Job Stress and Supervision of Mentally Unhealthy Offenders.
  • Provide staff training seminar on legal implications and clinical issues for sexual minority students.
  • Involved in providing staff training and in the development of programs on the unit.
  • Provide individual counseling services to youth, professional consultation, and staff training.
  • Developed and implemented staff training on DBT and Motivational Interviewing for CBFS staff.
  • Provide psychological testing, staff training, supervision, and consultation.
  • Provide individual, group and staff training within Skilled Nursing Facilities.
  • Consulted with program operations, staff training and supervision.
  • Staff training in DBT, Motivational Interviewing, DSM-5
  • Staff training completed on a regular basis.
  • Coordinate teacher and staff training.
  • Conducted psychological evaluations of probationers and parolees, imited individual and group psychotherapy, research, and staff training and education.

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25. Domestic Violence

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Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Designed and implemented therapy groups focusing on domestic violence and chemical dependency.
  • Offer psychological domestic violence evaluation.
  • Provided diagnostic interviewing, family therapy with a focus on domestic violence, parent training, learning disorders.
  • Provided professional training and consultation to other health care professionals in the areas of domestic violence and depression.
  • Provided therapy for victims of domestic violence, physical and sexual assaults, drugs/alcohol addictions.
  • Developed and implemented workshops for patients and their families focused on domestic violence and depression.
  • Treated cases of stress, anxiety, addiction, domestic violence, etc.
  • Provide counseling and mental health consultation to families on domestic violence.
  • Provided therapy to children and families with domestic violence issues.
  • Co-facilitated domestic violence groups for males and females.
  • Provided conferences and seminars to develop awareness and knowledge about domestic violence and victimology in police agencies.

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26. Veterans

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Here's how Veterans is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Expedited access to Mental Health services from Primary Care and facilitated continuity of care with tailored treatment recommendations for veterans.
  • Utilized a recovery-oriented model of care to assist Veterans in fulfillment of their personal goals and reintegration into their communities.
  • Provide Evidenced Based Practice group therapy and individual therapy services to veterans.
  • Conducted psychological Compensation and Pension examinations for veterans and retiring service members.
  • Conducted Mental Health Compensation and Pensions Exams with veterans with co-occurring disorders.
  • Provided individual and group therapy to veterans.
  • Co-led PTSD group for combat veterans, and a support group for caregivers of dementia patients (3/97 to 8/97).
  • Work with a multitude of populations (active duty, veterans, blended families, juveniles, probationers).
  • Provide integrated mental and physical health services to veterans at the US Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
  • Group and individual psychotherapy and assessment with combat veterans with PTSD, supervision of a psychological intern.
  • Conducted compensation and pension examinations, ongoing therapy, and psychological testing with veterans of all ages.
  • Provided intake, assessment, and referral services for veterans through Integrated Primary Care (PCMHI).
  • Conducted Psychological Examinations with veterans (18 to 80 years old), for adjudication purposes.
  • Provide psychotherapy for soldiers, veterans, and their families who have suffered from PTSD.
  • Provide assessment, referral and brief interventions for Women Veterans in the primary care setting.
  • Reason for Leaving: The hoped for position with the Veterans Affairs became available.
  • Assist veterans by providing therapy for a variety of Axis I and II disorders.
  • Work with TBI team coordinating treatment primarily with younger, blast injured Veterans.
  • Conducted Compensation and Pension Examinations for veterans who have submitted mental health claims.
  • Complete intake and diagnostic assessments for adult veterans in a primary care setting.

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27. Program Development

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Here's how Program Development is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Involved in program development, quality assurance, behavior plan construction and psychological evaluations for developmentally delayed children.
  • Led Intervention Assistance Team and crucial participant in Individualized Education Program development and implementation.
  • Performed assessments, individual/group therapy, staff training and supervision, program development.
  • Participate in program development and implementation.
  • Program development, Staff consultation, Individual and Group Counseling.
  • Attend program development for patients treated or evaluated.
  • Program development for Air Force Mental Health.
  • Participated on the Program Development Task Force.
  • Assist with program development and evaluation.
  • Provided program development and evaluation, staff in-services and supervision of predoctoral interns from the University of Nevada.
  • Program development for anger-management, sexual offenses, and psychosocial rehabilitation.
  • Served on program development and quality assurance committes.
  • Report discussion with the professional team and parents - family Home based program development and training for parents for children cases.
  • Program Development Provided training for San Mateo County, Behavioral Health and Recovery Services employees.
  • Assist with program development, data collection, and investigational studies.

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28. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Provided consultation to faculty and staff regarding alternatives to student learning/instruction and behavior management.
  • Facilitated interventions to be implemented by teachers and other staff to support student learning.
  • Conduct assessments, classroom observations, and review student records to identify behavioral issues which impact student learning.

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29. Crisis Management

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Here's how Crisis Management is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Consulted with multidisciplinary team and trained staff in adolescent development, suicide prevention, crisis management.
  • Provided on call coverage and utilized crisis management and brief therapy to monitor segregated inmates.
  • Interviewed patients end their family, performed educational therapy and crisis management.
  • Provided crisis management to offenders while they awaited transfer.
  • Provided crisis management and therapeutic sessions to inmates.
  • Provided crisis management services as necessary.
  • Provide crisis management and intervention.
  • Worked in conjunction with the service team, provided crisis prevention and crisis management services.
  • Execute initial assessments, crisis management, treatment planning and management, including referrals.
  • Provide on-call crisis management for employees and families.
  • Conduct suicidality assessment and crisis management interventions.
  • Provide crisis management, grief counseling, prevention strategies, safety planning, trainings, and presentations to staff and students.
  • Provide individual, group, and family therapy Crisis management as needed
  • Provided psychotherapy and crisis management to multi-problem, dually-diagnosed adults and adolescents.

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30. Child Abuse

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Here's how Child Abuse is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Develop training materials for alcohol abuse treatment & rehabilitation services, including prevention of domestic violence, child abuse and homelessness.
  • Report known incidents of child abuse and neglect.
  • Served on the Hardin County Multidisciplinary Team for Child Abuse and the Logan County Mental Health Board.
  • Specialized in treating victims of child abuse, dissociative disorders, PTSD, and hypnotherapy.
  • Worked in the preventing child abuse program and other specialty treatment programs.
  • Provided forensic clinical services ordered by the court, including custody evaluations, and advocacy for domestic violence and child abuse.

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31. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Provide training and coaching to staff members, as well as coach patients regarding knowledge and skills in order to progress.
  • Interpreted test and psychological interview results for information used by psychiatric staff and other staff members for diagnosis and treatment.
  • Conferred with other professional staff members regarding significant reactions or events which affect the client and the treatment process.
  • Articulated test results to parents and staff members in clear, understandable language while attending to cultural sensitivity.
  • Act as liaison between agency and school staff members for continuous evolution of school program.
  • Conduct training for staff members that work directly with juveniles.
  • Provided community resources to parents and staff members.
  • Facilitated trainings for community partners and staff members, such as stress management, parental involvement, and cultural diversity.

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32. Medical Staff

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Here's how Medical Staff is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Served as a consultant to medical staff and participated in interdisciplinary team discussions regarding patient care.
  • Served as consultant to medical staff and physical therapists on mental health issues and patient's ability to participate in treatment.
  • Serve as voting member of medical staff advising medical staff on matters of behavioral health.
  • Attend weekly case conferences and grand rounds provided for medical staff.
  • Serve as a liaison between medical staff and facility staff.
  • Provided consultation services to medical staff, including to psychiatrists.
  • Voted in as Chief of Medical Staff, 2013-2014.
  • Facilitated interdisciplinary meetings and integrated healthcare services with medical staff.

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33. Clinical Staff

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Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Step 5) Direct supervision of 10 clinical staff, including day-to-day operations in the Domiciliary Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program.
  • Provided training to clinical staff on interpreting assessment results and on incorporating them into treatment planning.
  • Supervised clinical staff, involved in budget development, general operations and identifying new initiatives.
  • Participated regularly in team meetings with clinical and non-clinical staff.
  • Conduct intake interview, psychological assessments and clinical staffing.
  • Provided clinical supervision to post-doctoral clinical staff.
  • Provided didactic training and supervised clinical staff.
  • Supervised the administrative and clinical staff.
  • Supervised and consulted with clinical staff in developing, implementing, evaluating, and revising person-centered, goal oriented treatment plans.
  • Completed master treatment plans and met with clinical staff to ensure quality of care for each client.
  • Provide mental health and suicide prevention education monthly to custody and clinical staff at block training.
  • Collaborated with other clinical staff and with correctional staff on treatment goals for the youths.
  • Present result to clinical staff to assist in developing treatment plans for clients.
  • Participate in treatment planning and clinical staff meetings weekly.
  • Provided hardware and software technical support to clinical staff.
  • Participated in weekly care conferences and clinical staff meetings.
  • Trained clinical staff on mental health issues.
  • Provide case management support to clinical staff.
  • Provide leadership for multi-disciplinary clinical staff.
  • Provided supervision, consultation, and direction to clinical staff in the diagnosis and treatment of complex cases.

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34. Social Security

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Here's how Social Security is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Provided testing, evaluation and recommendations for Medicaid, Social Security, hiring, educational placement, insurance and disability issues.
  • Conducted and coordinated comprehensive evaluations of children in state's custody and conducted evaluations for individuals applying for social security disability.
  • Developed community transition plans with mental health patients including identifying resources and initial evaluations for social security benefits.
  • Conduct Social Security Disability Determinations through administering multiple assessments and reporting the findings to Social Security.
  • Conduct mental health assessment services to determine claimant eligibility status for state provided social security benefits.
  • Conduct mental status exams for Social Security disability evaluations
  • Completed psychological evaluations, including IQ testing, to obtain social security for certain patients more rapidly than usual.
  • Conduct Social Security disability, competency to stand trial, and other evaluations on referred adults and children.
  • Provided psychological evaluations for disability determination to theSocial Security Administration.
  • Have provided adult Social Security Disability Assessment Reports, including testing with WAIS-IV (I.Q.

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35. In-Service

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Here's how In-Service is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Participated in educational programs, in-service meetings and workshops to enhance professional development and maintain currency of methodology and techniques.
  • Provided multidisciplinary team support through formal and informal consultation and provision of in-service training.
  • Participated in staff meetings, in-service training and performed administrative duties as required.
  • Developed and facilitated in-service training on mental health topics for probation officers.
  • Facilitate staff in-services and training programs seminars fostering multicultural practices.
  • Provided in-service training to residential staff.
  • Coordinated speakers for in-service training.
  • Provide consultation to community agencies and family members, and in-service training on suicide prevention, bullying, and risk management.
  • Developed and presented in-services to GHI staff on dealing with depression, anxiety and bereavement.
  • Supervised two outpatient offices, provided in-service and community training, E.A.P.
  • Conduct monthly in-service workshops for battalion leaders and clinic staff.
  • Provided staff in-services on gangs, FBA, and behavior.
  • Provided nursing staff with in-service training and consultation.
  • Provided in-service workshops for public and private schools.
  • Staff consultation and provision of In-service training.
  • Provided in-service training for staff.
  • Conducted staff in-services as needed.
  • Provide Individual and Group Therapy, Employment Assistance, Stress Control Workshops and client-tailored in-service training programs.
  • Provided In-service for faculty on mental health/wellness Designed programs for children at-risk of failing at school.

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36. Juvenile Offenders

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Here's how Juvenile Offenders is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Conducted parenting workshops for parents of juvenile offenders.
  • Diagnose and Treat juvenile offenders in group and individual settings.

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37. Forensic Evaluations

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Here's how Forensic Evaluations is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Prepared and presented training and seminars for Psychiatric residents on issues related to psychological testing and forensic evaluations.
  • Conducted forensic evaluations for Social Security Administration, county judges, probation officers and attorneys.
  • Complete forensic evaluations with individuals in the criminal justice system to determine eligibility.
  • Perform psychological/forensic evaluations on referred children, adolescents, and adults.
  • Provided forensic evaluations for Davis county adult court
  • Performed forensic evaluations of youths and families appearing before courts on charges such as delinquency, neglect, and abuse.
  • Conducted adult neuropsycological assessments and forensic evaluations
  • Performed comprehensive psychological, neuropsychological assessments and forensic evaluations for referring agencies.
  • Supervised practica and internship students at the doctoral level Conducted forensic evaluations for hospital and/or court-ordered evaluations

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38. Consultation Services

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Here's how Consultation Services is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Designed and chaired Interdisciplinary Consultation Team and provided consultation services to hospital-wide staff, particularly primary care staff.
  • Provided outpatient assessment, psychotherapy, and consultation services to a rural population.
  • Provided psychological consultation services to the mental health unit.
  • Provided consultation services to staff regarding psychological difficulties.
  • Provide consultation services and assist in training teachers to handle student problems.
  • Provide counseling and consultation services to teachers and students.
  • Provide consultation services to physicians for patients with complex psychosocial presentations.
  • Position responsibilities Provide client-centered and consultee-centered case consultation services.
  • Offered television media consultation services for "Medical Minute" at KRTV in Great Falls, Montana.

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39. Full Range

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Here's how Full Range is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Provided a full range of outpatient psychological services including assessment, treatment, consultation, education and community outreach.
  • Provided full range of psychological services to adults in skilled nursing facilities and inpatient acute rehabilitation units.
  • Full range of psychological services for all age groups; Specialty evaluations for active duty service members
  • Provided diagnostic and individual therapy for full range of mentally ill adult and adolescent out- patients.
  • Provided full range of Psychologist services to Rancho High School and Clark High School.
  • Full range of psychological evaluation, psychotherapy and consultation services to wide range of ages, socioeconomic and multicultural backgrounds.

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40. Dual Diagnosis

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Here's how Dual Diagnosis is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Conducted dual diagnosis on addicts who had any addictions including but not limited to substance, alcohol and chemical dependency.
  • 56-bed treatment facility for dual diagnosis clientele.
  • Lead developer of Dual Diagnosis program.
  • Provide intra-agency training in area of Dual Diagnosis.
  • Lead Counselor in providing group and individual therapy and educatin as part of intensive psychosocial Dual Diagnosis program.
  • Conduct psychological evaluations and testing, qualified medical exams, suicide risk assessments, dual diagnosis assessment and crises intervention.

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41. Public Schools

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Here's how Public Schools is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Conduct psychological and educational testing to identify eligibility for special education in public schools.
  • Maintained a caseload of more than 10 children in public schools and group home placements.
  • Designed an effective life skills curriculum for public schools in four different regional languages.
  • Evaluated prospective students for admission to all non-public schools, at three different campuses.
  • Act as liaison between public schools, social services, and medical agencies.
  • Communicate with outside agencies (Department of Social Services, Public Schools).
  • Communicate with outside agencies (DHS, public schools, etc.)
  • Conferred with Admissions & Discharge committee regarding student applicants to non-public schools.
  • Developed and provided outreach service to local public schools.
  • Contract with Leicester Public Schools as well.
  • Participate in treatment and educational planning of students placed at residential facilities and non public schools.
  • Serve as a caseload manager for students placed at non-public schools and residential treatment facilities.

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42. APA

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Here's how APA is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Conducted psychological assessments to determine capacity to make health care decisions and assist with diagnosis and treatment planning.
  • Conduct inpatient evaluations, including formal psychological testing, to determine capacity to make medical decisions.
  • Provided supervision and mentoring for APA Pre-Doctoral interns.
  • Act in a supervisory capacity for students in training as needed.
  • Worked as part of the management team in the Wraparound program.
  • Provided APA accredited CEU's to department and hospital staff.
  • Perform capacity assessments and consult with other agencies as requested.
  • Moved to renting space capacity - 7/2000 - present.
  • Interacted with clients in a customer service capacity.
  • Utilized an integrative cognitive-behavioral therapeutic approach that focused on decreasing symptomotology and increasing functional capacity.
  • Perform capacity evaluations; develop behavioral interventions dementia and Alzheimer's patients.
  • Conducted brief cognitive, psychodiagnostic, and capacity assessments.
  • Provided supportive therapy and vocational skills preparation for people going on job interviews in the community apart from Skills Unlimited.
  • Served as Suicide Prevention Coordinator Served as APA Coordinator facilitating CIM's APA CEU Sponsor program.
  • Maintained an active role in APA accredited internship and externship match program.
  • Maintain on-going evaluation of trainees consistent with APA/ CAPIC guidelines.
  • Provide workshops for children and capacitation conferences for staff.
  • Spearheaded a capstone project for Army Research Laboratory in order to test the capabilities of the Hidalgo Equivital physiological monitor.

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43. EAP

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Here's how EAP is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Redesigned Employee Assistance Program (EAP) policies and procedures for the CIGNA system.
  • Trained in Insider Threat CI Provides EAP consultation to management and senior leadership.
  • Manage authorization requests forpsychological testing and EAP counseling services for a St. Louis-based managed care insurancegroup.
  • Provide EAP (Employment Assistance Program) services.
  • Staff supportive services: In-services, Therapy for personal/professional issues, EAP referrals, structured groups.
  • Consult to HMO Provider and various EAP and rehabilitation services.

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44. Emdr

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Here's how Emdr is used in Psychologist jobs:
  • Served as moderator for regular national monthly conference call on EMDR as part of National Center for PTSD's consultation program.
  • Experienced in family systems therapy, play therapy, EMDR, and cognitive-behavioral approaches.
  • Certified in and conduct EMDR sessions.
  • Certified EMDR therapist by EMDRIA.
  • PET, EMDR, CPT, CBT, Hypnosis
  • Use EMDR, Hakomi Principals, Internal Family Systems Theory and more.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Psychologist

Group Therapy Sessions32.8%
Psychology12.6%
Crisis Intervention10.9%
Mental Health Services8.8%
Intake Assessments5.8%
Treatment Plans5.7%
Anxiety Disorders3.8%
Substance Abuse2.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Psychologist

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Group Therapy Sessions
Group Therapy Sessions
29.2%
29.2%
2
2
Psychology
Psychology
11.2%
11.2%
3
3
Crisis Intervention
Crisis Intervention
9.7%
9.7%
4
4
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
7.8%
7.8%
5
5
Intake Assessments
Intake Assessments
5.1%
5.1%
6
6
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
5.1%
5.1%
7
7
Anxiety Disorders
Anxiety Disorders
3.3%
3.3%
8
8
Substance Abuse
Substance Abuse
2.3%
2.3%
9
9
Special Needs
Special Needs
1.9%
1.9%
10
10
Trauma
Trauma
1.6%
1.6%
11
11
Developmental Disabilities
Developmental Disabilities
1.6%
1.6%
12
12
Behavioral Issues
Behavioral Issues
1.6%
1.6%
13
13
Clinical Supervision
Clinical Supervision
1.5%
1.5%
14
14
Private Practice
Private Practice
1.5%
1.5%
15
15
Risk Assessments
Risk Assessments
1%
1%
16
16
Social Workers
Social Workers
1%
1%
17
17
Ptsd
Ptsd
0.9%
0.9%
18
18
Pain Management
Pain Management
0.9%
0.9%
19
19
Adhd
Adhd
0.9%
0.9%
20
20
PHD
PHD
0.8%
0.8%
21
21
Anger Management
Anger Management
0.7%
0.7%
22
22
Stress Management
Stress Management
0.7%
0.7%
23
23
IEP
IEP
0.7%
0.7%
24
24
Staff Training
Staff Training
0.7%
0.7%
25
25
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence
0.7%
0.7%
26
26
Veterans
Veterans
0.7%
0.7%
27
27
Program Development
Program Development
0.6%
0.6%
28
28
Student Learning
Student Learning
0.6%
0.6%
29
29
Crisis Management
Crisis Management
0.6%
0.6%
30
30
Child Abuse
Child Abuse
0.5%
0.5%
31
31
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.4%
0.4%
32
32
Medical Staff
Medical Staff
0.4%
0.4%
33
33
Clinical Staff
Clinical Staff
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
Social Security
Social Security
0.4%
0.4%
35
35
In-Service
In-Service
0.4%
0.4%
36
36
Juvenile Offenders
Juvenile Offenders
0.4%
0.4%
37
37
Forensic Evaluations
Forensic Evaluations
0.3%
0.3%
38
38
Consultation Services
Consultation Services
0.3%
0.3%
39
39
Full Range
Full Range
0.3%
0.3%
40
40
Dual Diagnosis
Dual Diagnosis
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
Public Schools
Public Schools
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
APA
APA
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
EAP
EAP
0.2%
0.2%
44
44
Emdr
Emdr
0.2%
0.2%

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