Psychologist - Lancaster Outpatient - Days / Evenings

Lancaster, PA | Clinical Care | Behavioral Health | FTE: 1 | Regular | Tracking Code: 109597

  • Full time (80 hours biweekly)
  • Weekdays, flexible day and evening hours
  • One evening per week required
  • Population served: Adults, children and adolescents with mental health diagnosis
  • Hybrid remote options available post orientation

Sign On Bonus Options all paid in 3 weeks of start date: $7,500 sign on bonus and has a 3-year commitment OR $5,000 sign on bonus and has a 2-year commitment OR $2,500 sign on bonus and has a 1-year commitment

General Summary

Provides psychological services. These include psychotherapy (individual, couples, group, and/or family therapy), psychological evaluation and testing and consultation services. Provides clinical leadership and input as requested to support treatment teams, committees, and organizational projects. Provides education and clinical supervision for psychology trainees and other clinical staff as requested.

  • Provides psychological evaluation and testing services in a multidisciplinary environment, including recommendations for referral sources related to diagnosis (DSM, ICD) and clinical interventions. Communicates findings to clients, referral sources and other relevant parties.
  • Conducts clinical intakes and psychotherapy services, including individual, couples, family and/or group therapy. Conducts treatment and aftercare planning.
  • Provides all necessary documentation to reflect patient care status and to meet regulatory requirements, completing documentation within organizational timeframes.
  • Coordinates care of assigned patients with treatment team members and other providers, agencies, or referral sources as appropriate.
  • Provides clinical supervision and/or educational trainings for psychology trainees and other students as requested.
  • Develops and delivers professional and/or community education and training as requested.
  • Leads and/or participates in organizational projects and committees as assigned.
  • Demonstrates conduct that is ethical and professional. Operates within relevant laws.
  • Responds sensitively to issues of individual and cultural diversity in practice.
  • Complies with WellSpan Health Code of Conduct.

Physical Demands:

  • Standing, Walking, Sitting, Kneeling/Crouching, Repetitive Motions, Reaching Eye /Hand/Foot Coordination - Occasionally
  • Carrying/Lifting & Pushing/Pulling - Occasionally (up to 50lbs)
  • Talking, Hearing - Frequently

Minimum Education:

  • Doctorate From psychology educational program and completion of a one-year doctoral psychology internship program. Required

Work Experience:

  • 1 year Psychology internship training experience. Required

Licenses:

  • Licensed Psychologist Upon Hire Required

Courses and Training:

  • Must have completed a psychology doctoral degree and one-year doctoral psychology internship program. Upon Hire Required and
  • Must provide clearance per the Child Protective Services Law amended by PA Act 33 of 1985. Upon Hire Required
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