Behavioral Psychologist

  • Nov 23, 2021
Full time Health Care

Job Description

CMHA-CEI is seeking a Behavioral Psychologist to join our Clinical Services Developmentally Disabled team.

Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Clinical Services Unit Supervisor/under clinical supervision of a licensed psychologist, provides a variety of direct and indirect professional psychological services within the Community Services for the Developmentally Disabled Department. Administers a variety of diagnostic testing and performs clinical interviews for children, adolescents and adults to determine qualification for the Medicaid Autism Benefit. Develop positive behavioral support plans for children, adolescents, or adults. Complete diagnostic testing for the purpose determining the need for guardianship.

Requirements: Master’s degree in Psychology required from an accredited college or university. Possession of a State of Michigan TLLP, LP, or LLP required. A minimum of one year of professional experience in the examination, evaluation and treatment of minors and their families preferred. Experience conducting psychological testing (i.e. The Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule 2, Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised and the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale – Four Edition) for persons with development disabilities is preferred. Experience working with individuals with autism, cognitive impairment, and behavioral challenges preferred. Ability to communicate accurately and effectively both verbally and in writing required. Possession of a valid Michigan driver’s license and access to reliable means of transportation for job related use is required.

About Community Mental Health Authority: Community Mental Health Authority of Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham Counties was founded on the belief that mental health services are best provided in the community in which the person receiving such service lives. CMHA-CEI provides a wide range of community-based services. Annually, the organization serves over 11,000 persons at 122 sites through the tri-county region.

CMHA-CEI is a front runner in mental health awareness and change. We're expanding our team of the best and brightest people so we can go even further - are you interested in joining us? The foundation of our organization is being committed to the people we serve.

Compensation: We offer a very compelling salary commensurate with experience and a complete benefits package (Health, Dental, Disability, Defined Benefit through 403B), Public Service Loan Forgiveness, paid vacation, PTO, and personal days. We’re serious about finding good people and treating them well.

CMHA-CEI appreciates your interest.