Join Our Team

Campbell Psychological Services is a thriving group practice dedicated to serving children and adolescents, with an emphasis on trauma-centered care. We have the following opportunities available:

The outpatient position in Chambersburg and school-based position in Newville may be combined, if looking for full-time hours.

Use the links above to view position descriptions, or continue reading to learn more about the practice and what our current team has to say about working here!

What Our Team Has to Say

What do you see as the biggest benefits of working for Campbell Psychological Services?

“Flexibility with schedule, pay structure, CEUs and all of the training options are great.”

“Healthy and supportive environment.”

“Allows me to have a great work/life balance. Flexible, good pay, good hours, great work environment, great support, resources, trainings, and always feel I can come talk to Liz or colleagues for support or questions. Feels personal and like each person is treated as an individual and special part of the team.”

“I appreciate having a great administrative team. I am grateful for their work. Plus our practice is highly respected by other professionals.”

“Great leadership, great values, training opportunities, good rates of pay, flexibility, consultations is valued.”

“Flexibility in schedule and support from staff and management.”

About Campbell Psychological Services

Campbell Psychological Services is a child-focused, trauma-centered therapy practice, established in 2016. Over the past several years, we have grown into a thriving group practice with a strong reputation in the Carlisle community. In April 2021, we expanded into Chambersburg to open our second outpatient location.

In addition to outpatient services, we offer school-based outpatient in several Cumberland County schools and provide trauma-focused mental health assessments and psychological evaluations to youth involved with the juvenile justice system. In 2020, we were awarded a grant from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency to fund EMDR-training and certification for a dozen therapists throughout Cumberland County. This training builds upon our identity as a trauma-centered practice; our team has a passion for helping children and families heal from trauma.

We are committed to ensuring that children from all backgrounds have access to high-quality mental health care, and are proud to be a provider for Medical Assistance clients, in addition to accepting several private/commercial insurance plans.

In addition to our commitment to providing exceptional care to children and families, we value our therapists. As Director, I believe it is my job to take care of you, so that you can take care of our clients. My goal is for our therapists to have a healthy work-life balance, enjoy coming to work, and make a good living doing what they love. We strive to maintain good communication, transparency, and organized processes, and to ensure therapists feel valued for what they do.

~Liz Campbell, Ph.D., Director

How to Apply

Please send the following via email or mail:

  • A cover letter that identifies the position for which¬†you are applying and why you are interested in joining our practice
  • A c.v. or resume that details your clinical experience with youth

Please feel free to contact Dr. Liz Campbell by phone (717-422-6440, ext. 21) or by email with questions or for more information.