Pediatric Psychologist

Posted: February 26, 2019

Pediatric Psychologist

The Rosenberg Center is looking for a doctorate-level pediatric psychologist. The ability to provide clinical supervision would be a big plus. We are offering a full-time position with our dynamic and innovative team at our Roseville location. Full-time employees will be offered a competitive salary, flexible scheduling, excellent health care benefits, retirement savings plan with company match, support from excellent administrative staff, on-boarding credentialing, access to current insurance contracts, established referral sources, supportive consultation and yearly continuing education stipends.

The Rosenberg Center is a privately owned, developmental/behavioral pediatric clinic that provides a positive work environment and emphasizes the importance of work-life balance. We are the only developmental/behavioral clinic in Minnesota that offers the unique opportunity to work with a collaborative team that includes nurse practitioners, speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists, educational consultants and other psychologists to serve our patients and families.

This collaboration will include but is not limited to:

  • Initial interviews and diagnostic assessment
  • Psychological testing as indicated
  • Therapy/treatment in individual, family, and group therapy modalities using evidenced-based practice and with informed consent for treatment as priority
  • Consultation with parents, schools, medical providers, and other referral sources
  • Parent education
  • Participation in multidisciplinary team evaluations

Please contact us if you are interested in becoming part of the Rosenberg Center team. Resumes can be emailed to our clinic manager at: [email protected]

You are welcome to call us at 651-636-4155 with any questions as well.



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