School Psychologist Remote Work Independent Contract

Vocovision Teleservices Terre Haute , IN 47801

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School Psychologist Remote Work Independent Contract

Terre Haute, IN

Schools - School Psychologist11/15/2018

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School Psychologist Remote Work Independent Contract

Teletherapy is our student's future. Vocovision is currently searching for talent in the Psychology field to start working right away! Everything including therapy, evaluations, testing, and assessments is done remotely from the comfort of your own home. There is no additional cost for software uploads or gaining access to our platform and toolkit. Vocovision also offers technical and clinical training along with recaps. Give students independency and helps them gain leadership experience through this unique form of therapy!

Details:

  • Full Time (37.5 hours)

  • Must have IN licensure

  • Elementary High school

  • Range of disabilities

Location:

  • Indiana

Job Type:

  • Part Time Contract

Education:

  • Master's Degree in Psychology

License or certification:

  • State Licensed and Certified

Advance your career, apply today to become a virtual TelePsych!

Contact me today at chana.scott@vocovision.com or call me at 770-325-0321.

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