Psychological Associate (Pediatric Neuropsychology)

  • Part-Time
  • Urgent
  • W-2
  • Hybrid
  • In Person
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Job Description

We have Psychological Associate positions in the San Gabriel Valley. The position would entail conducting diagnostic evaluations at a private practice office located in Montrose, California, a community of Glendale. After an employment offer, the Psychological Associate would need to be registered with the Board of Psychology and eligible to earn Supervised Professional Experience (SPE) hours. The applicant must be enrolled in a Psychology doctorate program or have a doctoral degree. Applicants are expected to be advanced doctoral level students, or post-doctoral level students hoping to collect hours towards licensure, as well as additional supervised training.

Key Responsibilities

This is an excellent opportunity for students who are interested in gaining training and supervision in Neurodevelopmental and Neuropsychological testing. You will be provided with training in administering, scoring, interpreting, conceptualizing, and reporting the test results. You will also have training and supervision in completing culturally informed clinical interviews and feedback sessions. Clients come from a diverse background, and students will be gaining clinical skills with clients from various cultures, encompassing race and ethnicity, language, age, sex, gender, disability, religion, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, and beyond.

Skills & Experience

Ideal Experience Categories:

  • Psychodiagnostic assessment of children, adolescents, and some adults, including training & experience administering common measures for intelligence (e.g., WISC, WAIS, WPPSI), academic skills (WIAT, WRAT), attention/executive function (BRIEF, TOVA, DKEFS), developmental functioning (ADOS, ADI-R), adaptive skills (ABASIII and Vineland), and emotional/personality functioning (MMPI/BASC).
  • Prior experience working with children/adolescents with neurodevelopmental differences is preferred.
  • Experience and knowledge about neurodevelopmental disabilities.
  • Excellent writing skills.
  • Ability to complete literature reviews.
  • Multicultural competency/curiosity.