Perform psychological assessments of children and adolescents by correctly administering, scoring and interpreting psychometric and projective tests as well as other psychodiagnostic techniques and behavior observations.
Provide detailed, sensitive feedback to parents and/or patients, answering family questions thoroughly and helping to create a prioritized plan of next treatment steps to specified referral sources in the Los Angeles area and San Gabriel Valley community.
Planning/scheduling testing sessions to coordinate own schedule with family availability and client capacity for optimal performance.
Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology; OR Post-Doctoral Fellow working toward psychology license.
Excellent formal training experiences completed in child and adolescent Psychological Assessment.
Top-notch writing/integrating skills (evidenced by assessment sample reports)
Sensitive client attunement to patients and family members to provide optimal testing and feedback experience.
Strong letters of recommendation (including 1 from an assessment supervisor) and transcript of success in graduate coursework.
5-10 hours per week (variable).
Pay is 50% of collected fees (rate works out to $35-$40 per hour for interviewing, testing, scoring, interpreting, report writing).
Very flexible work schedule to accommodate your current professional and personal obligations.
1:1 Supervision with supportive and experienced Licensed Clinical Psychologist
For Post-Doctoral Fellows: formal Registration with the California Board of Psychology as a Psychological Assistant.