The work location is Georgetown, TX.
The work locale will be in an office with work from home telehealth potential.
Full-time work from home candidates are encouraged to apply.
Part-time opportunities (12 clients min) are available.
All applicants must have Texas licensure.
You are an early career psychologist OR a postdoctoral psychology resident OR a licensed professional counselor who wants to help children and families. We are a growing private practice that focuses on children, teens, and families, often but not exclusively involving cases in the family court system.
Part-time to full-time caseload available immediately upon hiring.
The practice was founded by Amy Eichler, Ph.D., who is an active clinician in the business. She has 20+ years of experience in the field of adolescent and family therapy in a variety of settings. Therapists are expected to offer treatment to a wide age range and a variety of treatment focus areas. Preference will be given to clinicians focusing on treating children and their families.
Work hours are flexible, however, given that our focus is on children and families, it is expected that each clinician work at least one evening or Saturday; must work at least two evenings per week. We also staff weekly on the families we work with. Your schedule will fill up pretty quickly. The practice provides support for scheduling, billing, and other administrative tasks.
For the postdoctoral psychology resident position: Applicants are required to have completed a doctoral degree in psychology and have completed the intern year in an APPIC-approved program. Also, the Texas Licensing Board requires post-doctoral residents to make an application to the board and be approved as a trainee prior to beginning employment as a resident.
Postdoctoral residents attend weekly supervision and clinical meetings to continue their professional development in accordance with state licensure requirements. Psychologists and licensed professional counselors are required to have a licensure to practice therapy in the state of Texas as a psychologist or LPC or LPC Associate.
Salary range provided is based on full-time work.
From our website: Each clinician of Turning Point Psychological and Counseling Services has experience working with a variety of difficult situations that arise in families. We all share the ultimate goal in helping families and the individuals in these families face such challenges and grow stronger.
Each family situation is different, and the team will vary the approaches on a case-by-case basis. For instance, with a child who struggles with anger management, we may work with the child on strategies while, at the same time, work with the parents on ways to help the child at home. In a more complex case where the parents are divorced and a child needs to be reunified with one of the parents due to parental alienation or estrangement, we will have a variety of individual and dyad work with the members of the family to achieve this goal.