We are looking for Psychologists that offer either psychotherapy, psychological testing, or both, and psychotherapists with experience incorporating religion into therapy when appropriate.

We are frequently contacted by recent graduates looking for a career that are fully qualified but one of our requirements here is that you are responsible for bringing in your own clients.

We need extremely motivated therapists that are willing to promote themselves and seek out clients.

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  1. Graduation from an accredited college or university with a master's or doctor's degree in pastoral counseling, psychology, social work, marriage and family therapy, or equivalent.
  2. Clinical training and experience, validated by certification or licensure by the groups corresponding to their fields, including the American Association of Pastoral Counselors (AAPC), American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), Academy of Clinical Social Workers (ACSW), and/or full state licensure in psychology, marriage and family therapy, social work, counseling, or medicine.
  3. Evidence of having had enough personal therapy to work freely with clients and to protect them from the therapist's own problems.
  4. Ability to use the language and methodology of differential diagnosis and familiarity with the contributions of various diagnostic tests.
  5. Ability to assess a client's therapeutic needs, to establish a therapeutic relationship, and to conduct, complete, terminate, and evaluate that therapy.
  6. Ability to relate the contributions of various disciplines to the therapeutic task and to make appropriate use of inter-professional collaboration.
  7. Ability to integrate religious commitment and therapy practices.
  8. Ability to work effectively with religious leaders, congregations, and other community sponsors and resource persons.
  9. Ability to help clients deal with theological issues utilizing religious resources within their own belief system.
  10. Understanding of the dynamics of religious experience and the implications for pastoral psychotherapy.
  11. Ability to establish and maintain appropriate personal and professional relationships and boundaries both within and outside the Center.
  12. Participation in a sponsoring or affiliated religious congregation or tradition.

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