Paid-Intern School Psychologist (PSYCH) Position (Full-Time) Nationwide

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Paid-Intern School Psychologist (PSYCH) Position (Full-Time) – Nationwide
ProCare Therapy is working a number of school districts nationwide to place a school based psychologist seeking internship positions in a supportive school district. This is a full-time position. Several school districts are working with Procare Therapy to fill this position for next school year and is looking to set up an interview as soon as possible for qualified candidates.
Job Responsibilities:
• Conducting mostly student evaluations
• Diagnostic assessments and evaluations to provide academic/ learning interventions
• Uses and engages comprehensive use of principles of learning.
• Engages in intervention and crisis prevention services
• Cooperatively work with parents, teachers, and other specialists in designing and implementing IEPs
• Master’s or Doctorate Degree in School Psychology
• State License/Certification
• Previous experience in a school setting preferred, but not required

This position qualifies for benefits that include: medical, dental, vision, 401K and others. For additional questions or inquiries, call (770) 776-2064 or apply below or submit resume and references via Email to Andy Sayavong at


Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled


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