Clinical Psychologist

Lifestance Health Philadelphia , PA 19107

Posted 2 months ago

At LifeStance Health, we strive to help individuals, families, and communities with their behavioral health needs. Everywhere. Every day. It is a lofty goal; we know. But we make it happen with the best team in behavioral health.

Thank you for taking the time to explore a career with us. As the fastest growing behavioral health practice group in the country, now is the perfect time to join our clinical team!

We are actively looking to hire talented Psychologists in the area, who are passionate about patient care and committed to clinical excellence.

We offer Psychologists:

  • Flexible work schedules.

  • Telemedicine and in-person flexibility.

  • Generous 'above market' compensation with unlimited/uncapped earnings.

  • Full benefits package: health, dental, vision, life, 401k (with match), paid parental leave, holidays, EAP and more.

  • Collegial work environment.

  • Newly designed and modern offices.

  • Full administrative support.

  • Latest in digital technology.

  • Strong work/life balance.

Psychologists are a critical part of our clinical team. We're seeking Psychologists that are:

  • Fully licensed and credentialed in one or more US states, including a Ph.D. or Psy.D.

  • Experienced with caring for adult and/or child and adolescent populations.

  • Experienced with testing intakes, planning batteries for assessments, report writing and feedback sessions.

  • Some Psychological testing; most testing will be referred to Psychometrists.

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