Child Therapist Position 2018-01-03T01:52:42+00:00


Campbell Psychological Services is a growing group practice dedicated to serving children and families in the Cumberland Valley. We are also strongly committed to the professional and personal growth of our clinicians. We currently have job openings for a licensed child therapist to work primarily with children ages 4 to 10, and a licensed psychologist to provide diagnostic evaluations and therapy. Both are part-time positions with the possibility of becoming full-time in the future. Read on to learn more about our practice and these positions.

We’re looking for clinicians who are…

  • Currently licensed to practice as a psychotherapist in Pennsylvania (e.g., LCSW, LPC, LMFT, Licensed Psychologist).
  • Organized, conscientious, and committed to providing high quality care. Willing to go the extra mile for the children and families they serve.
  • Recognize the value of active collaboration with schools, caseworkers, family doctors, and other child-serving systems.
  • Get along well with colleagues and will contribute to a warm, collaborative work environment.

Licensed Child Therapist

  • Position entails providing outpatient therapy to young children, actively engaging parents and caregivers in the therapeutic process, and collaboration with schools, caseworkers, physicians, and other service providers.
  • Must be available to provide a minimum of 10 clinical hours/week, working at least 2 days/week. At least one evening (e.g., 3 pm – 8 pm) is required.
  • Required qualifications (in addition to those noted above):
    • 3+ years experience providing psychotherapy to preschool and elementary school-age children, as well as working with their caregivers and families. This position is specifically focused on serving ages 4-10.
    • A strong background in child development, child therapy techniques, and parenting / attachment / family dynamics.
    • Experience with evidence-based treatment models is a plus.

Licensed Psychologist

  • Position entails a combination of diagnostic evaluation as well as outpatient therapy. Evaluations 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.
  • Must be available to provide a minimum of 10 clinical hours/week, working at least 2 days/week. At least one evening (e.g., 3 pm – 8 pm) is required.
  • Required qualifications (in addition to those noted above):
    • A strong background in child development, child and adolescent therapy techniques, and psychological evaluation.
    • Training and experience specific to working with children and adolescents.
    • Strong written communication skills.

What you can expect…

  • The flexibility to create a practice that fits your life.
  • A supportive, collaborative work environment.
  • The opportunity to build a “niche” based on your specific areas of interest and expertise.
  • A competitive rate of reimbursement.
  • Opportunities for clinical supervision/consultation.

How to apply…

To apply, please send the following via email or mail:

  • A cover letter that details your clinical experience working with children and families
  • A c.v. or resume

Only licensed applicants with child therapy experience will be considered.

Please feel free to contact Dr. Campbell by phone (717-422-6440, ext. 2) or by email with questions or for more information.

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.

Our office is located in downtown Carlisle. We are “small but mighty” with two therapy offices at present and intend to eventually expand to a larger space as the practice grows.