Counseling Psychologist Jobs in New York
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Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center is attuned to the healthcare issues that matter to the people of North Brooklyn. Woodhull focuses on preventing disease and promoting healthy lifestyles by reaching out to the community at 15 convenient locations. Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center is a non-smoking facility. JOB DESCRIPTION Provide crisis intervention to mentally ill patients throug...
PSYCHOLOGIST The NYC Police Department is seeking psychologists for full-time positions in the unique field of Police Psychology. Psychological Services Section (PSS) - The successful applicant for this position will learn to apply clinical skills in the area of forensic evaluation of a population engaged in vital work. Duties include psychological assessment of candidates for various positions wi...
Unity House of Troy, Inc., a non-profit multi service agency dedicated to enhancing the lives of people in need, has a part time psychologist (PsyD or PhD) position. Duties include to provide victim centered, trauma informed counseling and assessment services to victims of domestic violence, supervision of licensed social workers and mental health counseling staff and assistance in program develop...
Job Responsibilities and Requirements: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Psychologist. To qualify you must have a Ph.D. or Psy. D. Degree in clinical, counseling psychology or a related field and be knowledgeable in DSM-IV/DSM-V diagnosis plus have Experience in PSTD assessment and diagnosis in addition to previous Experience working with veterans. The successful candidate will...
Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS) is a large, not for profit, organization with headquarters in White Plains, NY. We are currently searching for a part-time, 21-28 hours per week Staff Psychologist to work in our DD Program in Hartsdale. The Staff Psychologist will provide evidence-based therapeutic services to individuals ranging in ages from 5 through adulthood, dually diagnosed with...
School Psychologist and Behavioral Specialist Overview of Position TheSchool Psychologist and Behavioral Specialist is a member of a multi-disciplinary team that provides services to students and families and addresses academic, emotional and behavioral problems which have interfered with a student’s progress. This individual will conduct assessments, classroom observations, and review student rec...
The Whitestone School for Child Development Special Education Preschool in North East Queens has the following immediate opening for: School Psychologist ( Part-Time) -Varied Caseload, evaluations, counseling, behavior intervention, ABA training and more. -Experience with preschool students is a plus. -NYS Certification Required Please send resume to: *****...
The Skidmore College Counseling Center invites applications for a Staff Psychologist/Social Worker position. This is a regular, full-time, 11 month appointment with a start date as soon as possible. The position involves providing short-term (8 session limit) psychotherapy; crisis intervention, including rotation in after-hours on-call coverage; psycho-educational programming; consultation to facu...
University Director for Student Mental Health & Wellness at CUNY Job Description: The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at the City University of New York (CUNY) seeks an experienced higher education mental health and wellness professional for the vital role of University Director for Mental Health and Wellness to lead and improve the quality of programs, services, resources, and e...
Solomon Schechter School of Westchester White Plains, 10605
SOLOMON SCHECHTER SCHOOL OF WESTCHESTER Premier K-12 Private Jewish Day School 2014-2015 Openings LOWER SCHOOL (GRADES K-5) · General Studies Teachers (K-5) · Hebrew/Judaic Studies Teachers · Director of Academic Support (Special Education and Enrichment) · Director of Curriculum · School Psychologist · Learning Specialist (Special Education Training) MIDDLE SCHOOL (GRADES 6-8) · English Language...
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How long will a career as a counseling psychologist be in demand?
I'm interested in psychology. After I graduate I plan on attending a college to earn a bachelors degree then right after that I want to work towards a Phd. Now a Phd is very time consuming and I'm wil...
What do most counseling psychologists end up doing?
Like I know clinical is more with serious diagnosis but all the answers I get about what counseling psychologist would do makes it seem like they would end up as a career counselor making only 40k a y...
Counselling Psychologist or Counsellor?
Which is a better career to pursue in the UK do you think?
Pros and Cons of being a practicing psychologist?
Specifically CLINICAL/ COUNSELING/ SCHOOL psychologists. I'd prefer answers from people who are currently working in one of these fields.
School Psychologist Job?
Im looking into being a school psychologist. My major right now is psychology, and there is a graduate program for school counseling...is that good? also it this a good salary job?
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$35,360.00 - $150,000.00
Typical Salary for Clinical Psychologist in New York
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Education / Training
Some College Coursework Completed
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Evaluates, diagnoses, and treats clients with mental and emotional disorders.
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Attention to Detail
Maintains historical records by documenting treatment events.
Diagnoses disorder by selecting, administering, and interpreting intelligence, achievement, interest, personality, and other psychological tests; studying medical, emotional, and social histories; interviewing and observing the client.