Counseling Psychologist Jobs in Chester, Pennsylvania
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Fee-for-service Masters or Doctoral level Therapists needed for Children and Adult outpatient program. Clinical exp. in assessments, individual, group and family therapy with the chronically mentally ill. Children's evening and Saturday hours are highly desirable. Rates: $20 - $25 per session to include clinical session plus paperwork. key words: clinical social worker work, LPC, MSW, LSW, LCSW, P...
The Institute for Behavior Change has just been recognized by the Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA) Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award program for its exceptional EmployeeCareerDevelopment activities POSITIONS AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT CHESTER, DELAWARE & MONTGOMERYCOUNTIES & PHILADELPHIA With one of the best reputations of any provider of "wraparound" services in Southeastern Pennsylva...
Behavior Specialist Consultants (BSC) - NO LICENSE REQUIRED! PHILADELPHIA COUNTY cases (also Delaware, Montgomery and Chester Counties) The Institute for Behavior Change has been recognized by the Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA) Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award program for its exceptional EmployeeCareerDevelopment activities. Our Founder and Executive Director has received comm...
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What is the difference between counseling and clinical psychology?
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$35,360.00 - $150,000.00
Typical Salary for Clinical Psychologist in Chester
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Evaluates, diagnoses, and treats clients with mental and emotional disorders.
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Obtains and studies medical, psychological, social, and family histories, by interviewing individuals, couples, or families, and by reviewing records.
Consults reference material such as textbooks, manuals, and journals to identify symptoms, to make diagnoses, and to develop approaches to treatment.