Manhattan Psychology Group, PC (MPG) seeks to hire a part-time (weekend) child psychologist to join our growing private psychology practice in Manhattan.
MPG is a thriving private treatment practice in Manhattan with 6 offices on the UWS and UES. MPG provides psychological services for children, adolescents and adults, and owns the eDRC (Electronic Daily Report Card) system and Big Apple Day Program, a social skills treatment camp in Manhattan.
We’re seeking an applicant with at least 1 year post-licensure experience treating child (ages 2+) and adolescent anxiety, mood disorders, and ADHD and modality experience providing CBT, PMT, and creating school and home DRCs. PCIT experience is preferred.
Psychologist would make his/her own schedule to see fee-for-service patients. Must be available on Saturdays at our UWS office to see at least 5 patients, as well as weekday availability at our UES office to see patients on Tuesdays (after 5:45pm), Thursday (2-7pm) and/or Fridays (2-7pm). About 15 sessions per week would be ideal.
There is administrative support with scheduling, patient correspondences, and paperwork. Candidate would receive regular supervision from Dr. Rosenthal and operate as part of a comprehensive treatment team.
Psychologist must be licensed in New York State to practice independently with his/her own malpractice insurance and NPI number.
Pay is a competitive percentage of gross income based on experience. Reimbursement for continuing education is included. No other benefits.
Position is ideal for someone with a current part-time job with children (school, hospital, agency, etc…) but who does not already have their own or work at another private practice. Additional opportunities to lead social skills groups and participate at Big Apple Day Program.
Position would start ASAP.
If interested, please email cover letter (in body of email) and current CV (as attachment) to Info@ManhattanPsychologyGroup.com.
In cover letter, please describe your current work situation, experience with various child populations and treatments, and current availability.
No calls please.
Written by P/T Weekend Child & Adolescent Psychologist in NYC