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Contact Person:  Taeko Chino-DiCarlo, Psy.D.

P: (858) 876-7770
E: dr.uchino@positivepsychologyinc.com

City: San Diego
State: CA
Zip: 92123

Expires: 7/20/23


A post-doc wanted to join a social justice-oriented group private practice to perform psychotherapy and evaluations. Full-time employees are eligible for benefits (Health Insurance, 401K, PTO, etc.) 

A master's level clinician in training to become a psychologist may be considered.

We're seeking a specific fit between the newly joining clinicians and our existing team. Lived experiences as a person from a marginalized group are much appreciated and are helpful to working with the clientele we serve. The candidates must strive to be anti-racist, LGBTQIA+ affirming, and appreciate Health at Every Size (HAES) philosophy. Examining internalized biases and exploring one’s privileges are integral to providing competent care to our clients. Training and group supervision are on Mondays. 

Competent at working with children, adults, couples, and families. This is a private practice setting, which offers increased autonomy and an open structure.  

Practice info: www.PositivePsychologyInc.com. Send CV to dr.uchino@positivepsychologyinc.com. Thank you 

Contact Person:  Taeko Chino-DiCarlo, Psy.D.

P: (858) 876-7770
E: dr.uchino@positivepsychologyinc.com

City: San Diego
State: CA
Zip: 92123

Expires: 7/20/23


An organized candidate with some psychology background is considered. A transgender, nonbinary, or otherwise gender-diverse person is encouraged to apply. If a candidate is cisgender, only Spanish speakers who translate documents are considered for this position. 

We're seeking a specific fit between the newly joining staff and our existing team. Lived experiences as a person from a marginalized group are much appreciated and are helpful to working with the clientele we serve. The candidates must strive to be anti-racist, LGBTQIA+ affirming, and appreciate Health at Every Size (HAES) philosophy. Examining internalized biases and exploring one’s privileges are integral to providing competent care to our clients.

Practice info: www.PositivePsychologyInc.com. Send CV to dr.uchino@positivepsychologyinc.com. Thank you.

Contact Person:  Taeko Chino-DiCarlo, Psy.D.

P: (858) 876-7770
E: dr.uchino@positivepsychologyinc.com

City: San Diego
State: CA
Zip: 92123

Expires: 7/20/23


CA licensed
 psychologists wanted to join a social justice-oriented group private practice to perform psychotherapy and evaluations. They can be an independent contractor or an employee. Full-time employees are eligible for benefits (Health Insurance, 401K, PTO, etc.)  

Japanese, Spanish, Mandarin, and other language abilities are preferred but not required. Could serve as a supervisor if interested. 

We're seeking a specific fit between the newly joining Psychologists and our existing team. Lived experiences as a person from a marginalized group are much appreciated and are helpful to working with the clientele we serve. The candidates must strive to be anti-racist, LGBTQIA+ affirming, and appreciate Health at Every Size (HAES) philosophy. Examining internalized biases and exploring one’s privileges are integral to providing competent care to our clients. We provide free cultural competency and other training. 

Practice info: www.PositivePsychologyInc.com. Send CV to dr.uchino@positivepsychologyinc.com. Thank you 

Contact Person:  Melissa Jones, Psy.D.

P: (619) 544-1435
E: mjones@gatewayshospital.org

City: San Diego
State: CA
Zip: 92101

Expires: 7/18/23


The Forensic Clinician must have a MSW, MA, MS, Psy.D. or Ph.D. from an accredited university and be license eligible in the state of California. This position requires participation in individual and group supervision as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences and/or the California Board of Psychology. 

Gateways/San Diego County CONREP is an outpatient forensic treatment program designed to assist clients in their reintegration as they transition from higher levels of care, such as the Department of State Hospitals, while also mitigating their risk for recidivism. 

The Forensic Clinician coordinates the implementation of a forensic treatment and supervision plan within the interdisciplinary team serving individuals committed as Guilty, but not Guilty by Reason of Insanity, Offenders with Mental Health Disorders, and Incompetent to Stand Trial. The responsibilities of the position include providing required core services such as individual and group treatment, collateral contacts, crisis intervention, annual staffings, and case management services to an adult forensic population. The Forensic Clinician participates in all routine and emergent team meetings. In this role, the Forensic Clinician uses risk assessment tools to guide decision making. The Forensic Clinician also generates court reports addressing clients’ progress and need for continued involuntary treatment, suitability for restoration to sanity, and need for placement in a locked setting. The Forensic Clinician also provides expert witness testimony as needed.

This position is an excellent opportunity for a professional seeking experience in a forensic mental health setting and to expand his/her skills in:

• Forensic treatment and supervision 

• Violence risk assessment 

• Court report writing 

• Expert witness testimony

• Crisis Intervention


For further details and to apply, please use the following link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=104299&clientkey=0E4AC8A6FD7D2375CD64614217F0D1D9

Contact Person: Debra Halliday, Psy.D.

P: (760) 699-9779 Ext. 101
E: drhalliday@psychotherapyandwellness.com

City: Encinitas/Del Mar
State: CA
Zip: 92024/92130

Expiration: 7/16/23


The Halliday Center for Psychotherapy and Wellness, Inc. in Encinitas and Del Mar California (North Coastal San Diego) is a small and happy group of dedicated healthcare professionals working collaboratively to provide evidenced-based mental health and well-being services to children through seniors in our community. 

We are currently expanding and looking for knowledgeable, compassionate, and enthusiastic licensed mental health clinicians (MFT’s, LCSW’s, Ph.D.’s, Psy.D.’s, and M.D.’s) to join our team. Clinicians work as independent contractors allowing for full flexibility in scheduling and creating your ideal private practice opportunity within a small and supportive group environment.

Our benefits include:

  • Marketing
  • Consultation
  • In-house billing services
  • Electronic records
  • HIPPA compliant Telehealth platform
  • Telemedicine and in-person opportunities
  • Insurance panel support/ credentialing
  • A warm and collaborative working environment
  • Administrative support including patient scheduling
  • Furnished offices in a warm and supportive environment
  • Office services including Internet fax and a second line for your cell phone
  • Client support including insurance benefits review and pre-authorizations

Salary Information: Practitioners are contracted as independent contractors and are paid a percentage of their accounts receivable.

What we require: A CA License in good standing, professional and business liability insurance, and compliance with our documentation and credentialing paperwork.

What we desire: Clinicians who are passionate about providing clinical excellence in patient care. Child or adolescent experience, senior or geriatric experience, DBT, ACT, CBT, or couples experience, passion for your work, and a collaborative, collegial approach are especially encouraged to apply.

The Halliday Center for Psychotherapy and Wellness welcomes and encourages diversity and is an equal opportunity employer. We are deeply committed to creating a supportive, diverse, and inclusive work environment. 

If interested, please send letter of interest and CV to Debra Halliday, Psy.D. (Psy23206) at drhalliday@psychotherapyandwellness.com or call (760) 635-3310 x101 for more information.

Learn more at www.Psychotherapyandwellness.com

Contact Person: Dr. Melinda Wolbransky

E: mwolbransky@gatewayshospital.org

City: San Diego/Los Angeles
State: CA
Zip: 92101/90026

Expires: 7/16/23  Melissa Jones, Psy.D.


    Gateways Hospital and Mental Health Center (a non-profit mental health agency) seeks licensed (or license-eligible) Psychologists to fulfill the role of Forensic Evaluator for the San Diego County and Los Angeles County Conditional Release Program (CONREP) Administration. The CONREP program as a whole provides court- and parole-mandated treatment and supervision to individuals transitioning from the Department of State Hospitals back into the community. As part of CONREP’s Evaluation Unit, the Forensic Evaluator conducts various assessments to assist legal decision makers determine appropriate placement and level of supervision for these individuals.

    This is an excellent opportunity for those seeking to expand or hone his/her skills in

    • Forensic mental health assessment
    • Violence risk assessment 
    • Case conceptualization
    • Treatment planning/recommendations 
    • Court report writing
    • Expert witness testimony
    • Consultation with courts and treatment providers 
  • The Forensic Evaluator will work with various forensic populations, including individuals found Guilty, but Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity, Incompetent to Stand Trial, and Offenders with a Mental Health Disorder. Specifically, you will conduct comprehensive evaluations to determine whether these individuals are suitable for treatment in the community or, given their level of risk, require treatment in a locked setting. Additional evaluations include Restoration to Sanity and routine six-month assessments to track individuals’ functioning and provide treatment-planning recommendations. The evaluations take place at various State Hospitals, local jails, or courthouses.

    In addition to conducting evaluations, the Forensic Evaluator provides expert testimony, presents cases for CONREP’s outpatient treatment providers, and consults with state hospital treatment teams. Last, you will have the unique opportunity to interface with multiple key stakeholders in the forensic mental health system, including the California Department of State Hospitals, the Superior Courts in Los Angeles and San Diego Counties, District Attorney’s Offices, Public Defender’s Offices, the Department of Parole, CONREP Operations, and other community-based providers. 

    For consideration, candidates should have the following: 

    • Licensed or License-eligible as a Psychologist (i.e., holds PsyD or PhD) in California
    • Experience providing assessment, including assessing dangerousness/violence risk in a forensic setting (HCR-v3 preferred)
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Experience working with individuals with severe mental illness & substance abuse problems
    • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
    • Diagnostic skills using the DSM-5
    • Experience with Microsoft Office programs
    • Valid driver’s license

    This is a full-time position, with benefits, qualifies for PSLF, and allows for remote work.

Contact Person:  Lisa Davidson, Ph.D.

P: (858) 672-0130
E: drdavidson2000@sbcglobal.net

City: Poway
State: CA
Zip: 92064

Expires: 7/16/23


Description: Positions available for psychological associate/pre and post-doctoral supervision/licensed psychologist.  Positions will involve psychological/neuropsychological testing, individual, family and couples therapy in a busy private practice in Poway.

Please send letter of interest and resume to Dr. Lisa Davidson at drdavidson2000@sbcglobal.net

Contact Person: Karen Z. Hyland, Ph.D.

P: (619) 354-7400  X102
E: drkaren@hillcrestpsych.com

City: Hillcrest/La Jolla
State: CA
Zip: 92103/92037

Expires: 7/16/23


Hillcrest Psychological Associates seeks a licensed psychologist and/or a post-doctoral level psychological associate to work in person at our Hillcrest or La Jolla locations as an employee in a private practice setting. The insurance-insurance based practice serves primarily college students, graduate students, working professionals, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and clients with trauma. You do all the things you love (therapy) and we do all the things you hate (billing, paneling, marketing).

We are hiring for licensed clinicians who want to see 10+ clients a week and a postdoctoral associate to see 15+ clients/week. We have more than enough referrals to fill your caseload as quickly as you would like.

Licensed Psychologists or post-doctorates are invited to apply. Part-time $80+ per clinical hour based on experience for licensed clinician. $64/clinical hour for postdoctoral associates.  Full Time licensed position (25 clients/week; Salary approximately $105,000/year). Please submit a cover letter and vita to Dr. Karen Hyland at drkaren@hillcrestpsych.com. Benefits include health insurance benefits, sick time, malpractice insurance, access to a 401K plan, and unlimited unpaid vacation.

Come work for us! We are a social justice-oriented, women-owned, egalitarian run company with work-life balance at the forefront of all of our decisions.

Contact Person: Tony Ngo

P: (619) 821-2059
E: tony@jobelephant.com

City: San Diego
State: CA
Zip: 92115

Expires: 6/3/23 N-M



The Director of Clinical Training (DCT), under the general direction of the Clinical PhD and PsyD Program Directors, manages overall functioning of the Office of Professional Training (OPT). The DCT participates in securing, evaluating, and monitoring practicum placements and ensuring students are prepared for the internship application process and that sites meet educational standards of the programs. Roles and responsibilities include coordination and oversight of all professional training processes; meeting with students, site supervisors, faculty and Program Directors as needed; developing and administering trainings; problem solving and mediating as needed; and program evaluation (see more detailed descriptions below).


Contact Person:  Kayla

P: (760) 295-8727
E: support@embrasserecovery.com

City: La Jolla
State: CA
Zip: 92037

Expires: 7/2/23  (Bryan Hyler, M.D.)


Licensed Masters level therapist for adolescents and adults, 4-6 patients daily. Competitive hourly rate, professional environment in La Jolla office near UTC. Flexible 1-2 days a week. 

Contact Person:  Stevie Victorio

P: (858) 308-2065
E: svictorio@promises2kids.org

City: San Diego
State:  CA
Zip: 92123

Expires: 6/2/23


Promises2Kids is dedicated to our mission of creating a brighter future for foster childrenĀ® in San Diego County. From the moment they come into foster care and through to adulthood, Promises2Kids provides the hope, support, and opportunities these individuals need to change their lives for the better…now and for years to come. Our programs include Camp Connect, Guardian Scholars, Foster Funds, and the A.B. and Jessie Polinsky Children’s Center.  

This is an exciting opportunity to join our growing organization as a Therapist. This position is a new but integral role in the Programs department of Promises2Kids. We are seeking SW or MFT, preferably licensed or registered with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, to provide development and ongoing evaluation of mental health treatment plans for young adult and adult former foster youth. The Therapist will provide individual and group services utilizing evidence-based, evidence-informed, and promising best practices for the youth served. The Therapist takes a strength-based, trauma-informed, culturally relevant, and client-centered approach to working with youth. The Therapist may be required to provide services in the evenings and on weekends.  

For Further Information & To Apply

Contact Person: Morgan Shaw, Psy.D.

P: (858) 848-6722
E: morgan@drmorganshaw.com

City: San Diego
State: CA
Zip: 92101

Expires:  6/20/23


Currently looking for part- or full-time pre- or post-doctorate psychological associates in a forensic practice.  Associate will have the opportunity to receive training and direct experience conducting a board range of forensic psychological and neuropsychological evaluations for criminal, civil, and juvenile courts.  Associate will receive individual and group supervision and can collect SPE toward licensure. 

Contact Person:  Bryan Hyler, M.D.  (Kayla)

P: (760) 295-8727
E:  support@embrasserecovery.com

City: Vista
State: CA
Zip: 92083

Expires: 6/20/23


Wanted: Lic therapist for individual therapy, 5-7 patients daily.  Competitive hourly rate, cordial environment, PT to FT available.  Office near Oceanside. 

Contact Person:  Amrita Mehta, Ph.D.

E: dramrita@saverapsych.com

City: Oakland
State:  CA
Zip: 94610

Expires:  7/2/23


    Savera Psychological Services PC is looking for an associate who is qualified and interested in providing individual, couples, and/or family psychotherapy. This position is ideal for someone who is hoping to collect supervised hours, and would like to continue expanding their career in a group practice after licensure. 

    Current services offered at our practice consist of psychotherapy, assessments, and leadership development. We are also looking to add other holistic aspects to treatment, including nutritional counseling, yoga therapy, and skill building groups. Common therapy referrals at our practice consist of children, adolescents, and adults seeking therapeutic support to manage anxiety, depression, trauma, stress, AD/HD, relational difficulties, maternal health, bereavement, life transitions, academic/work-related stress. 

    Our office is located at the beautiful Lake Merritt area in Oakland, CA. We are in a medical building with other healthcare providers. The building circulates clean air throughout the day. Our office room is equipped to ensure safety (e.g., masks, gloves, sanitizers, touch-less thermometer, HEPA filter air purifier). 

    Start date: between June and August 2023 (flexible start date) 

    Time commitment: We ask for a 1-year minimum commitment, with the possibility of continuing on as a licensed clinician.

    Clinical supervision: Weekly clinical supervision will be provided via telehealth by either a licensed therapist (LMFT, LCSW) or psychologist (PhD/PsyD) on our team. Clinical supervisors have had prior experience in supervising interns, trainees, and/or associates. 

    Key Responsibilities:

    -       Ability to maintain a weekly caseload of 15-20 clients. 

    -       Under the supervision of a licensed marriage and family therapist, the associate will conduct therapy sessions in a telehealth, and/or a hybrid format

     -       Maintain confidential records in compliance with ethical and l      legal guidelines

      -       Complete and maintain progress notes in an efficient,  
      thorough, and timeline manner

      -       Attend individual supervision on a weekly basis

      -       Participate in weekly team consultation meetings on Fridays
      at 9 – 10:30 am

     Ideal Candidate:

     -       Master’s degree in Marriage & Family Therapy, Social Work,
     Counseling Psychology or related behavioral sciences

      -       Registration with CA Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) as
      an associate in good standing

      -       Completed at least 1 year of clinical experience under

      -       Ability to see clients either via telehealth, or in a hybrid
      setting at our Oakland location.

      -       Interest in areas of attachment, grief and loss, ADHD,
      anxiety, depression, trauma, relationships, BIPOC, LQBTQ+

      -       Experience/familiarity with the following orientations- client
      centered, integrative, mindfulness based, attachment based,
      psychodynamic, trauma informed, culturally sensitive, CBT,
      solution focused

      -       Have reasonable knowledge of the DSM-5-TR diagnostic
      criteria associated with depressive disorders, anxiety disorders,
      trauma/stressor related disorder, neurodevelopmental
      disorders etc.

       -       Have relevant fieldwork experience using clinical diagnostic
       and assessment instruments to measure treatment progress
       and outcomes

       -       Upholds high ethical standards

       -       Enthusiastic and compassionate

       -       Commitment to cultural competence and inclusion

       -       Sensitivity to diverse client populations

        -       Enjoys working collaboratively

        -       Independent, self-motivated, and organized

        -       Communicates within a timely manner to clients,
        supervisor, and other team members

        -       Commitment to maintaining confidential, accurate, and
        complete records 

        -       Ability to be self-reflective and vulnerable in a supervisory

  • Compensation:

  • -       $40-$50 per clinical hour; depending on experience 
  • -       $16.50 per administrative hour (includes supervision, team
          meetings, in-house trainings, collateral calls for care
  • -       Tech Stipend: $25 per month
  • -       Sick Leave
  • -       Wellness Stipend of $150 per year
  • -       Professional Development Stipend of $250 per year
  • -       Malpractice insurance coverage

*Possibility for this position to move up to Full-Time with a minimum of 30 hours per week (i.e. 23 clients per week + 7 admin hours)-  Additional benefits for Medical/Dental/Vision coverage for  Full-Time position 

Apply: Please email Dr. Amrita Mehta (Clinical Director) at dramrita@saverapsych.com with your CV, and 3 professional references (Ideally, 2 supervisors/mentors, 1 peer). Please also send a cover letter with your responses to the following questions:

1.     What is most unique or valuable about you/professional experience/interests?

2.     Please share if you have a preference to work with children, adolescents, and/or adults?

3.     Are you interested in a fully remote position, or hybrid (in-person sessions in Oakland)

4.     What is your ideal caseload (e.g., # of clients/week, client presentation etc.)

5.     What are 1-2 aspects about your personal/professional background that make clients enjoy working with you?

6.     What are 2-3 key qualities you look for in a supervisor?

Contact Person:  Stamatia Daroglou, Ph.D.

P: (619) 894-1507
E: drstamatiadaroglou@gmail.com

City: La Jolla
State: CA
Zip: 92037

Expires: 6/9/23


SDPsychology is looking for motivated licensed and pre-licensed clinicians to join a group practice.  The clinician will be able to choose how many hours to work (part-time or full-time), will have flexibility in their scheduled sessions, and will be offered a competitive pay.  We offer a hybrid position (virtual and in-person) and an only-virtual position.  Visit our website for more information about the practice.


Please send CV to Stamatia Daroglou, Ph.D.

Contact Person:  Divya Kakaiya, Ph.D. M.S.

P:  (858) 622-0221 
E:  drkakaiya@healthywithin.com 

City:  Eastlake and Temecula
State: California
Zip: Various

Expires:  5/30/23


Healthy Within is expanding and opening new offices in Temecula, a city northeast of San Diego and Eastlake, a suburb in the south of San Diego.

About our Clinic:

We are a cutting-edge, well-established, innovative Integrative Psychology practice in San Diego that utilizes neurofeedback as the primary modality. We offer thorough evaluations utilizing QEEG brain mapping and offer care plans that involve neurotherapy and comprehensive lifestyle evaluations and interventions. We have a philosophy of treating the whole person. We serve children, teens, adults, and older adults with a variety of neurotherapy.

What does a Neurofeedback Psychologist do?  

  • Administers Neurofeedback brain training and qEEGs to adults and children.  

  • Assumes responsibility for the execution of the Neurofeedback Training Plan.  

  • Coordinates scheduling of appointments and keeps track of sessions delivered to plan.  

  • Selects and adjusts neurofeedback protocols to maximize the effectiveness of training.  

  • Tracks, charts, and monitors patients’ training sessions and symptomatic progress.  

  • Reviews patient progress and training effectiveness with the patient's caregiver or patient.  

  • Keeps the treatment room clean, stocked, and prepared for each patient session.  

  • Ideally is capable of performing psychological assessments or other mental health assessments, such as for autism to bring more value to the clients.

  • Marketing our practice in the community. Making collaborations. 

Who can apply:  

Licensed in California Ph.D. in psychology, social work, counseling, marriage family therapy, and rehabilitation counseling. 

Previous experience in biofeedback and/or neurofeedback is highly valued for this position. Strong marketing skills are valued too since you will be independently creating connections in the community you serve. 

  • BCIA - Certified is a huge plus!  

  • Must be comfortable/savvy with technology  

  • Experience working with children  

  • Excellent listening skills  

  • Strong organizational and planning skills

  • Feels comfortable with hands-on therapy 

The position:

Are you enthralled with the brain? 

And love neuroscience? Are you interested in health psychology?

Do you love to see actual change in your clients?

Are you empathic and warm?

Are you open to new ways of regulating the brain?

Do you like wellness coaching and improving lifestyles? 

Do you prefer Integrative Positive Psychology? Prefer to work with the whole person?

Have you seen clients plateau with medications and wish there was more that could be done?

Have you felt stuck with some clients and know that it may be at the biological/organic level that they need care?

Are you technologically savvy?

Do you like forming connections in your community?

We are seeking grounded, growth-oriented Licensed Professionals who have a deep desire to see change and progress in their patients. We are interested in professionals who will be willing to be trained and certified in neurofeedback within the first year of being with us. This will require additional training on your part in addition to the training you will receive from us.

Essential Responsibilities include:

In addition to working effectively in isolation or with very little supervision, the person hired will be trained in the basics of neurofeedback and must be competent to develop and maintain technical neurofeedback training skills, including patient preparation, signal acquisition, protocol monitoring, file record-keeping, and clean-up regimens. The NFB Clinician must be able to run NFB training and QEEG acquisition sessions proficiently, as needed. You will be well trained and well supported by the head office.

Following the probationary term of 6 months this position will increase to 40 hours a week and this clinician will function as the Licensed Clinical Director.

Education Required

PhD or PsyD and a License to practice in California in any social work, psychology, neuroscience, counseling, or mental-health-related field. Prefer a Ph.D. and a Psychologist. 

You have a basic understanding of neuroanatomy and neurophysiology; neurofeedback and biofeedback and you are willing (Continuing education will be required) to learn new material as it is presented. You are willing to be BCIA neurofeedback certified or you are in pursuit of board certification within a 12-month time frame of being hired at our clinic. Our ideal candidate must have an interest in neuroscience and integrative psychology. Brain health and lifestyle issues are of strong interest to you.

Compensation: Range: $85K to $115K

Preference will be given to those already licensed in the State of California as well as having education or training in Neurofeedback. The compensation package includes free mentoring towards board certification valued at $2500. Benefits include health insurance, paid sick time, unlimited unpaid vacation, and worker’s compensation.

Licensed Masters Clinicians or Ph D. Psychologists will receive remuneration based on experience.  

Full-time.  Hours fluctuate based on clients. Monday-Friday and Some Saturdays Schedule depending on caseload (scheduling flexibility an asset): 10, 4, or 8-hour shifts  

Contact Person:  San Diego Psychological Association (SDPA)

E:  sdpa@sdpsych.org        

City:  San Diego
State:  CA
Zip:  92123                   


SDPA is looking for someone to fill the role of Office Manager.   The job is 20-24 hours per week.  Good people skills are a must.  The candidate must be good at coordinating the flow of communication and activity in an organization with 500 members.  The candidate must be very organized in their paper/computer work and in maintaining a physical office.  It is important that the candidate have solid experience with computers, particularly using Word and Excel.  They must be capable of learning how to operate software that registers membership and events transactions and that sends out e-blasts with information to members and the public.  They should be good at supporting logistics for meetings and events.  If you have a candidate in mind, please contact the SDPA Office at sdpa@sdpsych.org.

Contact Person:  Kelly Vincent, Psy.D.
                              Owner of Nourished Wellness Group

P: 760 278-8934
E: drkelly@nourishedwellnessgroup.com

City: Encinitas
State: CA 
Zip: 92064

Expiration: 6/15/23


Our mission here at Nourished Wellness Group is to provide comprehensive mental health care that integrates evidence-based treatments from a holistic and inclusive lens.  We are looking for a licensed (or soon-to-be licensed) clinician who is open, collaborative, and enthusiastic about a mind-body approach.  Ideally, this individual would be interested in seeing individuals, couples, and families.  Additional training in EMDR or other mind-body modalities would be ideal.  To learn more about us visit: nourishedwellnessgroup.com.

Benefits Include:

Medical and dental
Continuing education stipend
Flexible schedule (both virtual and in-office options)
Training in modern marketing
Training in mind-body modalities

Please send an e-mail to drkelly@nourishedwellnessgroup.com with your CV and letter of intent.  If possible, a 2-min. video introducing yourself.  Looking forward to meeting you!

Contact Name:  Del Mar Brain & TMS

P: 858 436-3076
E: admin@delmarbrainandtms.com

City: Del Mar/Carmel Valley
State: CA 
Zip: 92103

Member: Raphael Morris, M.D.

Expires: 7/2/23


Very busy medical group based in the Del Mar/Carmel Valley area of San Diego seeks 1 or 2 licensed cognitive behavioral therapists/psychologists to work in-person at our San Diego location as an independent contractor in a private practice setting.

Ideal candidate will hold a valid CA License in good standing with California licensing board, professional and business liability insurance, and compliance with our documentation and credentialing paperwork.  We seek applicants that are interested in providing individual psychotherapy to patients, once a week, or once every two weeks, in person (preferably) or via Telemedicine for a minimum half hour per session. Clinical supervision will be provided by Raphael Morris, MD a board certified psychiatrist with over 26 years of experience. Current services offered at our practice consist of psychotherapy, neurological assessments, and psychiatric evaluations.  Common therapy referrals at our practice consist of mostly adults seeking therapeutic support to manage anxiety, depression headaches and trauma related to motor vehicle accidents. 

Therapist should be prepared to see patients with a variety of diagnoses in an outpatient setting and conduct psychological evaluations and psychotherapy with adult and adolescent patients that have suffered TBI and/or CTE due to being involved in motor vehicle accidents, bicycle falls, etc. 

We offer private, comfortable space to conduct evaluations and therapy. Ideal candidate will be able to devote 3-7 hours twice a week to see patients that have been referred for psychotherapy in our clinic.

To apply, please send your updated resume, including all education and cover letter. 

Please send to: admin@pacificmedicalllc.com

Job Type: Part-time
Salary: $94.00 (minimum) - $125.00 per hour (maximum)

Medical specialties:
Psychology, Psychiatry, Mental Health

Monday to Friday

Work Setting:
Private Practice

Work Location:
One Location

Contact Us:
San Diego Psychological Association
4699 Murphy Canyon Rd.  Suite 105
San Diego, CA 92123

Office Manager
(858) 277-1463
Fax (858) 277-1402

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