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Posted 03/19/15

Needham Psychotherapy Associates.  Great opportunity for a skilled psychologist and psychiatrist to join a dynamic and well-established multidisciplinary (Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Social Workers) group private practice.  You will find 18 experienced colleagues to help you navigate the managed care system and learn solid business practices as well as provide clinical learning and consultation.  Create and manage your own individual practice within a supportive and collaborative environment.  A steady influx of referrals through our Central Intake system is ready to generate a robust caseload.

Please send letter and CV to:  Naomi Litrownik, LICSW, NPA, 992 Great Plain Avenue, Needham, MA  02492, or fax to 781-449-3134.



Posted 03/18/15

Growing group psychotherapy practice in Newton/Lexington.  Looking for experienced, committed clinicians who demonstrate excellence in working with children, adolescents, and families.  Applicants with training in anger management, learning challenges (IEP development), DBT, complex systems coordination (court/legal issues), and social skill challenges are strongly encouraged to apply. Opportunities for staff consultation provided with team-based treatment philosophy. Please send cover letter, CV, and three references to


Posted 03/12/15

Franciscan Hospital for Children

Brighton, MA


Seeking Psychologists

Licensed psychologist - is responsible for the delivery of services as well as supervision of other clinicians and/or interns.  Persons in this position provide testing services on the evaluation team and other programs of the hospital.  In addition, he/she provides individual, family and group therapy services in the Behavioral Health Services Department.  Services may be provided in a variety of settings within and/or outside of the hospital.  The supervising psychologist must have 2 - 5 years post license experience, as well as 1 - 3 years’ previous supervision experience.  Persons who have been employed in the department for two years may be promoted to supervising psychologist without supervision experience in a previous setting.  The supervising psychologist position requires 2 - 4 years of experience with children and adolescents.  Preference is given to those who are familiar with dual diagnosis and multi-cultural issues.  The supervising psychologist is expected to assume a leadership role in the provision and development of the department.


 Pediatric Neuropsychologist – (32 hours)  We are seeking to build our behavioral health program to respond to the profound need for services.  Ideal candidates will be motivated, enthusiastic and want to serve a pediatric population exclusively.  Candidate will join a dynamic team dedicated to using empirically based treatments and collaborating with multidisciplinary teams to benefit the young patients we serve.  Pediatric Neuropsychologist works exclusively in a pediatric outpatient environment, evaluating the cognitive, developmental, behavioral, emotional, and social deficits and academic challenges of children and adolescents of varied age and diagnoses.  Candidate must be able to administer a wide variety of tests. Other responsibilities may include supervision of pre-doctoral interns, department and hospital wide consultations as needed, training opportunities, department programming and case presentations.  


Please apply online at



Posted 03/10/15

Job Title:  Clinician / Staff Psychologist

Institution Name:  Bentley University

Location:  Waltham, Massachusetts, United States, 02452

Description of Duties:
Provide psychological services to the Bentley student population via individual therapy and group work, and be available to students and the Bentley community for psychological emergencies. Monitor the needs of the student population for outreach and programmatic interventions across campus. Work closely with Center for Health and Wellness, Alcohol Education Coordinator, and Health Educator to bring a mental health perspective to programs on campus.

Additional Description of Duties: Provide mental health services to students, including diagnostic evaluations, assessment of suicide/homicide or other danger to the community, referrals and monitoring of medications, decision regarding hospitalization or withdrawal from school, ongoing treatment and advising families, as well as maintain legal medical records. Available during workday hours for crisis intervention.

Consult with faculty, staff, parents and students on mental health issues. Consult with outside providers (e.g., psychiatrists, hospitals, and other health providers) to insure adequate treatment and referral.

Assist with the design of mental health programs and workshops for students with the goal of raising awareness, increasing health, and educating on critical mental health issues for college students.

Provide supervision and/or training to interns.

Position Qualifications:
A doctoral or terminal degree in counseling or a related field is necessary with a minimum of 3-5 years of demonstrated skills in counseling and therapy. Experience with college aged students is desirable as well as experience in programs and workshops for a wider range of audiences.

License(s) Required for the Position: Must be a licensed psychologist in the state of Massachusetts or be able to obtain a license within six months of employment

Required Applicant Documents: Resume/Curriculum Vitae
Cover Letter

Months Per Year: 10
(Staff Only)

Special Instructions to Applicants: Bentley University requires reference checks and may conduct other pre-employment screening.

Position Type: Staff

Quicklink for Posting:

Bentley University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, building strength through diversity.

Apply Here:


Posted 03/09/15

Licensed Psychologist, Cambridge, MA

Kendall Psychological Associates, P.C. has a full-time/part-time position open for a doctoral-level Licensed Psychologist. Come join our thriving group practice in Kendall Square, Cambridge. Work with a high-functioning adult population doing individual psychotherapy. Warm, collegial atmosphere. A range of theoretical orientations represented. Lovely offices. Competitive compensation. Health-insurance benefits. Free on-site gym membership. Applicants must have demonstrated interest and experience working with adults in individual outpatient psychotherapy. These positions do not involve testing/assessment. Early-career clinicians welcome to apply but must be licensed. Learn more about KPA at Send a cover letter outlining your clinical interests and experience, CV, and the names of 3 professional references to Ethan Seidman, Ph.D. at



Posted 03/05/15


Executive Director

Massachusetts Psychological Association

Wellesley, MA




Posted 03/05/15


Psychological Care Associates’ newest office, opening summer, 2015,

has FT/PT openings for Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialists and Master’s Prepared Psychotherapists, as well as an Assistant Practice Director who will assume clinical and administrative oversight of the office as a member of the practice’s management team.


We are a multi-specialty practice founded in 1994 with a reputation for high quality patient care, and

as a stimulating, respectful, professional workplace.  We offer a group of terrific colleagues, close, collaborative relationships with PCP’s, consultation & training groups, and mentoring relationships.  Excellent reimbursement & bonus rates, health & retirement plans, computers, high quality, furnished office space, and expert administrative & clinical support, and a fully integrated Electronic Medical Record System allows our professional staff to devote their time and energies to patient care without administrative burdens.  All cases are centrally triaged, and assigned based only on clinical match.


Practice information at:

Send CV with letter of interest to:

Michael F. Jacques, Ph.D., Director, at:




Posted 02/26/15

 Psychologist & Psychiatrist Openings in Primary Care

Brookline, Cambridge, Medford & Melrose


In partnership with

The Pediatric Physicians’ Organization at Children’s


The Affiliated Physicians’ Group of Beth Israel-Deaconess Healthcare


Psychological Care Associates

Is Integrating Behavioral Health Care into Primary Care Practice


Provide evaluation, consultation & treatment, preventative care & early intervention, as a member of both a Medical Group Practice and our Integrated Care Teams of Psychologists and Psychiatrists.  Positions require solid assessment, consultation and targeted treatment skills, interest in a fast paced, highly productive and novel clinical environment, and computer facility sufficient for working in an EMR.


Practice information at

Send CV with letter of interest to:

Michael F. Jacques, Ph.D., Director, at:



 Posted 02/23/15


OptiMindHealth at the Prudential Center seeks a conscientious and motivated PhD/PsyD psychologist skilled in performing diagnostic evaluations and in providing individual and group psychotherapy. Those with interest and proficiency in psychodynamically oriented approaches are encouraged to apply. Massachusetts license is required.

Our practice serves area professionals and their families who are highly motivated to find solutions for anxiety, depression, and work or relationship based challenges. We offer a supportive, collegial environment in which to work and grow professionally, and our central Boston location is convenient and easily accessible.

This part-time position would be well suited to psychologists looking to work 1, 2, or 3 days per week initially. Advancement to full-time employment with medical, dental, and other benefits will be offered to those with strong diagnostic and treatment skills who show consistency in clinical care.

To apply, send CV and letter describing your interest to for our review.


Posted 02/23/15

Physician Health Services, Inc.

Part-Time Associate Director


Physician Health Services, Inc. (PHS) is a non-profit corporation that was founded by the Massachusetts Medical Society to address issues of physician health. PHS is designed to help identify, refer to treatment, guide, and monitor the recovery of physicians and medical students with substance use disorders, behavioral health concerns, or mental or physical illness.  The physicians and employed in-house staff who work at PHS and on behalf of PHS are united by a common mission - to help heal doctors and to promote patient safety.  We are looking for passionate physicians and doctoral level professionals to help advance our mission.  

This part-time Associate Director opportunity, available in June, involves a 20%-30% time commitment including a day a week at our Waltham office.  Work on other days may be performed at a PHS office in Waltham or at a North Shore office if the Associate Director has one available to them.     

The ideal Associate Director would be a doctoral level professional with expertise in treating addictive disorders.  This role also requires an organized, energetic individual with the savvy and experience to interact effectively with distressed physicians.  Historically, PHS Associate Directors have been physicians, but doctoral-level non-physicians with an interest in this work will be seriously considered. 

The 5 overlapping profiles of physicians served by PHS are as follows: 

·         Substance use concerns/disorders

·         Mental health disorders

·         Problematic workplace performance/behavior (this cohort includes maladaptive personality traits; LD/ADD challenges that interferes with efficiency in today’s fast-paced practice environments; and, mild autism spectrum disorders that are coming to the surface as small practices fold into larger systems)

·         Neurocognitive and medical challenges

·         Occupational stress and burnout

Please note that the online posting on this link is physician-centric.  If you have interest in exploring this fascinating and very consequential role, please contact/send a letter of interest and a CV to:

Steven Adelman, M.D.

Physician Health Services, Inc.

860 Winter Street

Waltham, MA 02451

By email to :


For further information about PHS, visit our website at


Posted 02/10/15


Azimuth Psychological is looking for a licensed psychologist to work full time with adolescents and/or adults in individual therapy. Openness to work with couples and an eclectic background is a plus but not required. We offer competitive compensation, and are open to discussing the option of having a salaried position rather than fee-for-service. This role has the opportunity to grow into a leadership position over time. Email or call 617-431-3749 x1

Posted 02/6/15

Oasis Behavioral Health Institute:

Dynamic out-patient clinic in Norwood seeking to add a licensed psychologist to our team.  We provide comprehensive mental health evaluations, individual/couples therapy, and medication management for children, adolescents, and adults.  Hours are flexible.  Great opportunity for someone who wants to work PT/FT.  Credentialed with insurance panels preferred but this is something we could assist you with. Please fax CV and letter of interest to (617) 299 8534 or email


Posted 02/5/15

Part-time to full-time licensed Doctorate level Psychologist needed for thriving dynamic Psychiatric South Shore office of Boston. We have a multidisciplinary team with coordinated quality care, basically using a differential therapeutics model which stresses accurate diagnosis. We have a reputation for treating patients where others have failed. The successful candidate must be licensed in Mass and experienced in therapy. We do psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral and also other models. Competitive compensation. Please either fax your resume to: 508-427-1772 or email your resume to Attention: Carolyn


Posted 01/29/15


May Institute, an award-winning nonprofit organization that provides educational, rehabilitative, and behavioral healthcare services to individuals with autism spectrum disorders invites applications for Vice President of Professional Training & Research. This dynamic position has oversight for the May’s APA-accredited doctoral internship program in clinical psychology, in addition to professional training and education functions.

Qualifications include Doctoral degree in clinical psychology; MA  licensure; min. 5 years postdoctoral work; previous experience as faculty in an APA-approved psychology internship training program as well as experience in supervising and managing clinical staff and programs. Board certification in psychology or behavior analysis preferred.

View the complete job description and apply on line at

 Posted 01/15/15

Established forensic evaluation practice is seeking a doctoral-level psychologist licensed in Massachusetts with experience in forensic evaluations and expert testimony. New Hampshire license a plus. We provide assessments regarding criminal cases, custody and parenting, need for commitment, guardianship, risk of violence as well as pre-employment screenings and fitness-for-duty evaluations. Offices in Salem, Newton and Worcester. Flexible work schedule. Visit us at Send detailed CV to

Posted 01/05/15 

Devereux Massachusetts provides clinical and educational services to children and adolescents with special emotional, behavioral and educational needs, including Autism Spectrum Disorders. We provide individualized, strength-based treatment and education within a supportive, multidisciplinary continuum of care. The Assistant Clinical Director provides clinical consultation, support and supervision to several Clinical Coordinators who are responsible for the delivery of care for clients in their assigned programs.  The ideal candidate has experience supervising clinical staff, demonstrated track record of implementing evidence-based clinical interventions, and positively interfacing with external agencies. Licensed as an LICSW or LMHC; licensed Psychologist preferred.

Key Responsibilities:

1.Supervise the Clinical Coordinators who oversee the services provided by the clinicians.  Provides direction, clinical consultation and supervision to Clinical Coordinators and maintains supervision records per Devereux standards.

2. Attend Case Reviews and CCMs as needed.

3. Accompany clinicians or Clinical Coordinators to multi-disciplinary meetings with external agencies as needed.

4. Schedule trainings and help run clinical staff meetings.

5. Assist Clinical Director with auditing of clinical documentation.

6. Serve as a supplemental supervisor for interns.

7. Assume primary responsibility for ensuring that clinical services are being provided per Devereux and funder standards by monitoring service delivery to ensure that clients are receiving clinically appropriate, outcome based, and cost effective treatment services.

8. Assist Program Directors/Managers in ensuring that direct care employees deliver services in a manner consistent with the program model and individual treatment plans.

9. Coordinate equitable distribution of case assignments and ensures clinical coverage across all programs.  May need to carry a small caseload when necessary.

10. Delegates assignments to ensure the most effective completion of tasks and assumes responsibility for outcome. Develops and empowers others to take ownership of their work.

11. Stays current with trends in the field and champions for the development and implementation of treatment modalities that enhance the Center’s programs and services.  

Job Requirements: 

·         Master's level licensed mental health professional (doctoral level preferred),as an LICSW or LMHC; licensed Psychologist preferred.

·    Experience supervising interns and clinical staff, knowledge and experience implementing evidence-based treatments.

·         Demonstrate strong assessment, clinical formulation, and treatment planning skills.

·         Exhibit effective interpersonal and communication skills within a multi-disciplinary treatment team as well as with external parties.

·         Ensure that safety and risk-management considerations are addressed in a manner consistent with agency policies, procedures and approved practices.

Please apply online at (please include a cover letter and/or resume with your salary history).


Posted 12/29/14 

Child And Family Evaluation Service

of the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP)

in Boston area



The Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP) is pleased to announce four (4) postdoctoral training opportunities in child forensic psychology.  The four (4) Fellowships are full-time and carry a stipend of $38,000.  The one-year Fellowships begin in September of 2015.  The Child and Family Evaluation Service ("CAFES”) is a consultation/evaluation unit within the MSPP Center of Excellence for Children, Families, and the Law.  It provides forensic evaluation and consultation services to courts, attorneys, and public and private agencies on issues in which children and families are involved in the legal system (divorce, custody, abuse, access, etc.).  The Fellowship offers supervised experience, under the direction of Robin Deutsch, Ph.D. and training in work for the Probate & Family Courts of Massachusetts, including opportunities to testify in court with guidance from an experienced psychologist and a retired judge.  In addition, Fellows participate in various seminars and other learning activities offered by MSPP.

Fellows are required to work a minimum of 40 hours per week and will be provided with supervision by experienced, licensed psychologists. By the end of the Fellowship year, fellows will have completed 2,000 training hours. Fellows will also be involved in the direct provision of services, such as conducting groups for high-conflict parents and other intervention services. Fellows will attend five MSPP Blended Learning classes that are dedicated to the relevant case law, legal statues, and professional "best practices” in this area of expertise leading to a Certificate in Child and Family Forensic issues.

Applicants must have a PhD/PsyD in psychology with APA-accredited predoctoral internship. Child training is required. Send curriculum vitae, statement of purpose, and three (3) current letters of recommendation to Christina Harms, Director of CAFES at the Center of Excellence for Children, Families, and the Law, Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP), at (first name, underscore, last name). More information is available at Application deadline February 1, 2015.  MSPP is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.


Posted 12/23/14  

UMass Medical School/Shriver Center in Worcester and Charlestown is seeking a psychologist experienced in child assessment for per diem work conducting testing for research purposes using the Differential Abilities Scale (DAS-2) and Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scale.  PhD or Master’s in psychology is required.  We prefer individuals who have experience testing children from 3-8 years with intellectual/developmental disabilities, and those who have experience with the DAS-2 and Vineland.  Experience with the ADOS-2 is also preferred.  Competitive compensation is provided.  Please contact Margaret Manning, PhD at if interested.


 Posted 12/19/14 

PSYCHOLOGIST WANTED:  Small clinic in Cambridge looking for additional staff to do psychological testing.  Very competitive pay.   Clinicians experienced in projective testing will work as a contract employees for supplemental income.  We need both child and adult clinicians. Candidates should be familiar with multiple personality measures, particularly projective tests.  R-PAS training a plus, Therapeutic Assessment training another plus.  Candidates must either not be empaneled at all or must be empaneled at specific locations only.  Please call Melinda at 617-492-2841. 

Posted 12/19/14

WANTED:  Small clinic in Cambridge looking for NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST as additional staff to do neuropsychological testing.  Very competitive pay.  ABPP-eligible neuropsychologist will work as a contract employee for supplemental income.  We need both child and adult clinicians.  Familiarity with projectives a plus, Therapeutic Assessment training another plus.  Candidates must either not be empaneled with insurance companies at all or must be empaneled at specific locations only.  Please call Melinda at 617-492-2841. 


Posted 12/17/14 

Massachusetts General Hospital seeks Clinical Psychologist for expanding our outpatient clinic for the treatment of substance use related and co-morbid disorders. It is 24-32 hours/wk position. Clinician must have expertise in assessment and evidence-based group and individual treatment of adults.  Requirements: Ph.D. or Psy.D in Clinical Psychology, minimum of 2 years experience in administrative and clinical supervision. MA license required. MGH is an equal opportunity employer.  Women and minorities encouraged to apply.   Please send all inquiries to Georgia Stathopoulou PhD at the following email address: 


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