Clinical Psychologist: Specializations - Trauma Therapy and Debriefing, Fitness for Duty Assessments, Short-term Evidenced Based Treatments

 

Responsibilities:  

 

  • Collaborate with other behavioral science, intelligence, and contribute to interagency events within the U.S. Government 

 

  • Conduct psychological assessment, direct and indirect

 

  • Administration and interpretation of a wide range of psychological tests (to include cognitive and personality measures)

 

  • Effective interviewing skills, Violence/self-harm risk assessment skills, and Forensic assessment skills

 

  • High-quality psychological report writing that includes useful recommendations

 

  • Superior customer services skills

 

  • Excellent writing skills

 

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills

 

  • Timely completion of documentation in a manner consistent with professional standards

 

  • Ability to travel to remote sites to provide services.

 

  • Doctoral Degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology through an American Psychological Association Accredited (APA) Program required

 

  • Possess a minimum of Seven (7) years of relevant experience

 

Requirements:

 

  • Possess a full, current and unrestricted license to practice psychology in the United States (including United States Territories) and/or be a duly qualified licensed mental health provider

 

  • Maintain professional licensure through continuing education units (CEUs)  

School-Based Clinical Psychologist, Psychology Resident, Psych Associate, or Nationally Certified School Psychologist

 

 

 

  • Assessment and Consultation Position Washington, DC immediately

  • Minimum Requirements: extensive experience in assessments with children and adolescent

  • A successful candidate would have a great sense of humor and demonstrate a commitment to education and improving the lives of those in the DC community

  • An ability to maintain professional relationships with school teams, and possess the ability to be flexible in dynamic situations.

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  • Duties include (but are not limited to):

  • Psychoeducational Assessment

  • Clinical Evaluations

  • Report Writing

  • Participation in Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings

  • Electronic documentation (client contact, progress notes, treatment planning, etc.)

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  • Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and a CV or Resume

 

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