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Licensed Psychological Examiner
Summary
Title:Licensed Psychological Examiner
ID:1011
Department:Clinical
Description
Ozark Guidance was the first in Northwest Arkansas to provide mental health counseling to children inside the school system. School Based Services are designed to help students in kindergarten through high school who are faced with emotional and/or behavioral problems that are keeping them from doing well in class. Through individual, group and family therapy, support services, and case management, the school based counselors help children and families reduce the barriers to learning and improve the emotional and behavioral development of the child. By placing counselors in the schools, Ozark Guidance is able to serve children in a familiar place and with less interruption to their school day. This also helps reduce the costs and travel time by family members. Common problems addressed in school based sessions include: difficulty adjusting to a stressful event such as divorce or loss of a loved one; behavioral problems such as oppositional defiant disorder; mental health issues such as depression, anxiety; and attention deficit disorder. Ozark Guidance's School Based program was cited as the modelĀ for such programs by the Arkansas Department of Education.

We are currently seeking a Psychological Examiner for our School Based Services. This position requires a Ph.D. in Psychology (Master's degree in Psychology accepted with licensure) with an active Arkansas license (LP, LPE, or LPE-I) with approved statement of intent with the board which includes provision of psychological assessments. We prefer one to two years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families in both providing counseling services and the administration of psychological testing assessments. A qualified candidate should have the following: excellent communication, time management, organizational skills, and good computer skills. Other skills required include: experience giving presentations, ability to be self-motivated and to work independently as well as with the treatment team model, be patient, consistent and flexible, and must be able to work within school settings. The position will be traveling to different Ozark Guidance offices to provide testing services. Work Hours: Full time; Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. No phone calls please.

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