Campbell Psychological Services is a group practice dedicated to serving children and adolescents in the Cumberland Valley / Greater Carlisle Area. We are currently seeking a licensed mental health professional to join our therapy 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.
- A strong reputation in the community, with referrals from local schools, pediatricians, psychiatrists, social service agencies, and word-of-mouth.
- Attractive and beautifully-furnished office space in the heart of Carlisle.
- 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 (fee-for-service).
- 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 a clinician who…
- Is enthusiastic about working with children and/or teens.
- Is committed to providing clients with the best possible care and willing to go the extra mile for the children and families served.
- Has strong clinical skills with a background in child development and child/adolescent therapy techniques. Experience using evidence-based treatment models, Theraplay, attachment-based therapy, and/or trauma therapy is strongly preferred.
- Is organized and conscientious, with excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Is a team-player who will contribute to a warm, collaborative work environment.
- Currently licensed to practice in Pennsylvania as an LCSW, LPC, LMFT, or Licensed Psychologist.
- At least 3 years of experience of providing mental health services to youth and actively engaging caregivers in the therapeutic process.
- Available for a minimum of 12 scheduled appointments/week, working at least 2 days or evenings per week. Full-time is also an option.
- Provide assessment, treatment planning, and outpatient therapy to children and/or teens.
- Psychologists may also provide diagnostic/psychological evaluations.
- Proactive collaboration with schools, caseworkers, physicians, and other service providers.
- Establish relationships with key stakeholders and referral sources.
- Maintain compliance with state regulations and insurance contracts. Follow best practice and ethical standards for mental health care.
- If interested, opportunities may exist for public speaking, facilitating groups or workshops, and other professional activities.