Clinical Psychologist- Part or Full Time

Posted: February 4, 2020


Treehouse Psychology PLLC has an immediate opportunity for a part time or full time doctoral-level licensed clinical psychologist to complete forensic mental health assessments and complex psychological evaluations with both juveniles and adults at the request of the court. Collaboration with court officials, probation, county workers, corrections, medical professionals, and private attorneys is required. Evaluations occur across a range of settings, including prison and jails, correctional programs, detention, residential placements, shelters, community settings and our outpatient clinic.

Candidates will be expected to complete high quality, well-written and timely reports. Candidates should have experience providing court testimony. There is the additional opportunity to treat children and adolescents, complete diagnosis assessments and provide both individual and family therapy in our outpatient clinic, if interested. License-eligible and masters-level licensed providers with strong assessment experience may be considered.

Treehouse is situated on the north end of Main Street on the river in beautiful historic Stillwater, close to freeways and many amenities. Comfortable office and administrative support are provided. Employees at Treehouse can expect competitive compensation with a range of benefits that include continued supervision and training, continuing education allowance, liability coverage and licensure. Employees can enjoy a flexible schedule and independence in their professional role.

Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and CV to: Dr. Stefanie Varga, at [email protected]. Only eligible candidates with the requirements listed above will be contacted for interview. Inquiries or further questions can be sent to the same email.

 

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