About the job
We Are Hiring!
When you walk into the office for the day, you feel energized and excited to work with the kids and families you see weekly. You know how to connect with quirky, anxious and super intelligent kids while also being able to communicate with their parents. You know you don’t have all the answers, in fact you never will, because this is a career where you will constantly be learning and growing.
You are in the early stages of your career - either collecting hours for licensure as a psychologist or having recently obtained your license (Psychologist/LCSW/LMFT/LPCC) - and you are highly ethical, focused, organized, detail-oriented and solution-focused. While you have some training, you are excited to really hone your skills in CBT, ACT, and other behaviorally-based therapies.
While you could work in agencies, you value the creativity and ingenuity that a private practice setting can offer. You would love to be a part of a team and learn from experts in the field of CBT. You aren’t interested in just getting hours or collecting a paycheck - you want a place where you grow clinically and get support and guidance along the way. You want to be excited about your work environment - the clients you see, the clinical consultation and training. And at the end of the day, you want to know that you’ve not only grown clinically, but you’ve made a difference in the life of a family.
We are looking for someone like you! Nicole Connolly Ph.D. and Associates is looking for our next Psychological Assistant/Staff Therapist.
CBT Therapy with kids, teens, and adults (ages 5 & up)
Collaboration with other providers
Thorough and timely documentation and reporting
Creation of interventions for team use
Nicole Connolly Ph.D. and Associates serves quirky and intelligent kids and adults who don’t fit neatly into a box. We create a place where there is patience and understanding in order to provide comprehensive assessment and therapy.
If this sounds like you, please complete our full application at the link below.
-Hold an unrestricted California license as a Psychologist, LMFT, LCSW, or LPCC.
-Be eligible to register as a psychological assistant with the California Board of Psychology based on holding either an M.A., Ph.D., or Psy.D. in clinical psychology AND on being either currently enrolled in an accredited doctoral program or completing post-doctoral hours for licensure.
-Basic experience in CBT and exposure-based therapies is preferred but training will be provided.