Job Title: Psychology Therapist – Private Practice
Department: Psychology Therapy
Reports To: Lead Therapist/CEO
Hansel Union Consulting is an organization that serves families, children, and adults with intellectual, neurological, and developmental disabilities. Hansel Union Consulting has over 35 years of experience in the human service field and was the first organization in Virginia to offer Behavioral, Speech, Recreational, Occupational, Physical, and Psychology therapies in one wrap-around service. We are an equal employment employer and do not discriminate based on race, age, gender, sexual orientation, or otherwise.
We pay competitively for our roles and have a great suite of benefits, including subsidized health insurance, a Roth IRA with a three percent match, six paid holidays per year, and two weeks of paid vacation.
Hansel Union Consulting Psychology Therapist Responsibilities:
What you’ll bring
- Experience administering, scoring, and interpreting results from clinical screening assessments that provide guidance for a final diagnostic impression.
- Ability to complete clinical interviews to gather information necessary to complete a final psychological evaluation report.
- Complete appropriate documentation including, but not limited to, contact logs, quarterly reports, and final dispositions
- Abide by the discipline-specific licensing board’s Code of Ethics (i.e., Virginia Board of Medicine, Virginia Board of Social Work, or Virginia Board of Counseling, Depart of Health Professionals).
- Ability to schedule and follow through with clinical interviews and communicate with clients, support coordinators, and other supporters regarding schedule changes.
- Participate in continuing education as required by the discipline-specific licensing board.
- Maintain active license with the Virginia Board of Medicine, Virginia Board of Social Work, Virginia Board of Counseling, or Department of Health Professionals.
- Ability to practice independently in the state of Virginia as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), or hold a PhD in Psychology
- Be comfortable operating in ambiguous situations and in adjusting work expectations based on CDC and Medicaid guidelines
- Have a stable internet connection for telehealth options
- Proficient in Microsoft Office programs
- Experience with individuals in the ID/DD community
- Experience completing psychological evaluations
Job Type: Full-time or part-time
Pay: $60,000 – $90,000 per year