Center for Developing Minds is currently looking to add professionals to our staff.
The CDM provides a comfortable and flexible work environment in an interdisciplinary clinical setting, which offers a unique opportunity for collaboration regarding patient care. More information about all of the services and programs available at the CDM can be found by navigating to those pages on this website.
The Center for Developing Minds is seeking a licensed educational psychologist or neuropsychologist to perform expert psychoeducational and neuropsychological testing.
Qualifications & Position Details
The best candidate would have experience working with children age 2-21, but we understand that some excellent applicants may have a narrower focus. The psychologist should have expertise in testing children with many of the conditions frequently identified at the CDM: learning disabilities, oppositional behavior, anxiety, autism spectrum disorders, executive dysfunctions, ADHD, and depression. Although many of
the CDM clients have high prevalence, low severity conditions, the clinician should be able to identify and refer or treat more significant mental health pathology. It is expected that the psychologist will be experienced with a range of gold-standard psychological instruments. Most importantly the psychologist must understand typical child and adolescent development, know how to play and work with children, and communicate with them on their level. The clinician must also have the capacity to deliver thorough independent written assessments and treatment plans and to be able to explain their findings to children and their families.
This position is available as either a flexible full or part-time position. The psychologist should be available for
testing during typical school hours, but weekend testing is also an option.
All interested candidates should email firstname.lastname@example.org with a resume and cover letter to explain your interest and qualifications for this position.