St. Paul's Senior Services
Under the supervision of St Paul's PACE Operations Director, the Clinical Psychologist will provide direct and indirect care services of St Paul's PACE program participants in an outpatient setting. The Clinical Psychologist performs psychological/diagnostic assessment and evidence-based treatment for mood, anxiety, thought, neurocognitive, intellectual, personality disorders and behavior problems. Provides empirically supported treatments. Serves as a consultant for the St. Paul's PACE Behavioral Health Program by assisting in the development, implementation of new programs as part of an interdisciplinary team. Develops and provides staff training to enhance clinical knowledge and skills as necessary. Provides specialized clinical training in collaboration with outside agencies and clinical supervision of associates/interns. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: individual therapy, group therapy, crisis intervention, biopsychosocial assessments, care planning, treatment plans, administering psychological tests and determining results, diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders, care coordination with other members of the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT), crisis intervention, and collaboration with outside agencies and clinical supervision of associates/interns
Qualifications and Requirements:
St. Paul's Benefits:
St. Paul's is committed to protecting our employees and our seniors from COVID-19. As such, and in compliance with the California Department of Public Health, St. Paul's mandates that all newly hired employees be vaccinated to prevent COVID-19. If you cannot vaccinate due to medical and/or religious reasons, please contact our HR Department.
YOU MUST BE ABLE TO CLEAR FINGERPRINTS THROUGH DOJ AND FBI IN ADDITION TO A DRUG SCREEN CLEARANCE.
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