Campbell Psychological Services is a group practice dedicated to serving children and adolescents in the Cumberland Valley. We are also strongly committed to the professional and personal growth of our clinicians. We are currently seeking licensed mental health professionals to join our growing practice.
At Campbell Psychological Services, we strive to:
- provide high quality, personalized care to each and every client.
- use research-supported interventions and evidence-based models of treatment, while matching therapy to the unique needs and strengths of each family.
- treat every child and family with the utmost compassion, respect, and acceptance.
- encourage and nurture the on-going professional growth of our therapists.
- nurture a healthy work-life balance, which enhances the quality of care we provide as clinicians.
Read on to learn more about this employment opportunity.
- Attractive, furnished office space in the heart of Carlisle.
- Flexible work hours, to support a healthy work-life balance.
- A Client Care Coordinator to schedule intakes, verify insurance benefits, submit claims to insurance, monitor reimbursement, and assist with insurance credentialing.
- The opportunity to build a “niche” based on your specific areas of passion and expertise. For instance, we currently have staff specializing in elementary-age children, trauma therapy, teens and young adults, and CBT for anxiety.
- A competitive rate of reimbursement. (This is a fee-for-service position.)
- Opportunities for clinical supervision and consultation with peers.
- A warm, collaborative work environment where leadership values transparency and communication.
- Use of the most current technology to facilitate clinical practice, including electronic record-keeping, automated text reminders to reduce missed appointments, options for on-line scheduling, and more.
We’re looking for clinicians who…
- Are enthusiastic about working with children and/or teens.
- Are committed to providing clients with the best possible care and willing to go the extra mile for the children and families served.
- Have strong clinical skills. Experience with evidence-based treatment models or training in play therapy (RPT) is a plus.
- Are organized and conscientious, with excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Are team-players who will contribute to a warm, collaborative work environment.
- Currently licensed to practice in Pennsylvania as an LCSW, LPC, LMFT, or Licensed Psychologist.
- Have at least 3 years of experience of providing mental health services to youth.
- Available for a minimum of 10 clinical hours/week, working at least 2 days or evenings per week. Full-time opportunities are also available.
- Provide outpatient therapy to children and/or teens. There is some opportunity to work with young adults and occasionally with adult clients.
- Psychologists may also provide diagnostic evaluations, which often involve evaluating for ADHD or making a differential diagnosis at the request of the family doctor. There is the potential to expand to psychological testing.
- Proactive collaboration with schools, caseworkers, physicians, and other service providers.
- Opportunities may exist for public speaking, facilitating groups or workshops, and other professional activities.