The ideal candidate would be a motivated and collaborative postdoctoral level practitioner to conduct psychological and psychoeducational evaluations as well as individual and family outpatient psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and adults.
Qualified individuals will complete their post-doc supervisory hours under the direction of Dr. Michelle Hintz, PsyD (FL qualified supervisor). Candidates must possess a Ph.D. or Psy.D. obtained from an accredited program and have completed a 1-year internship (preferably in the area of child and family psychology). The ideal candidate will have experience working with children and adolescents and having knowledge of autism and be familiar administering psychological and psychoeducational tests (WISC-V, Woodcock-Johnson, etc), familiarity with autism-specific tools (CARS-2, ADOS-2) is a plus.
Job Types: Ideally seeking Full-time candidates, but will consider those seeking part-time experience in test administration & evaluation writing (which may be ideal for a graduate student with at least 1 class in test administration). Also willing to consider post-doc residents who are unhappy with their current placement.
Applicants must be eligible to become licensed to practice psychology in the state of Florida.
This is an opportunity to work in a collaborative, interdisciplinary team of child-focused clinicians including: licensed psychologists, mental health counselors, BCBA’s, music therapist, and behavior technicians.
We offer highly competitive compensation covering all administrative costs (billing, advertising, referrals, furniture, supplies etc.), and flexibility with caseload. Employees receive frequent supervision, clinical guidance, and mentorship towards development of their own career path.
- Must Have: Psychology, Doctoral degree
- Nice to Have: Experience with children
The position requires excellent organizational skills, strong clinical writing ability, and excellent interpersonal abilities.
Students and prospect MA/MS are encouraged to apply.
Very strong possibility of continuing employment into permanent position after completion of supervised hours and obtaining licensure.