PsyD Assistant Position

by Ryokan College on April 22, 2014

If interested contact Frederick Lopez at (909) 251-2449 for an initial interview.

Opendoor Van Nuys is seeking a Psy.D. student who qualifies for a psychological assistant number with the Board of Psychology.

Student must be able to work independently (under supervision of a licensed psychologist) as a part of an agency team providing specialized “rehabilitative” forensic mental health services to various challenging, criminal-justice involved populations. The current position opening primarily entail delivering outpatient assessment and treatment services to adult sex offenders who are under parole or probation supervision. Conducting intakes, writing reports, providing focused individual and group therapy sessions and collaborating with parole agents are the core job responsibilities. Staff members receive – and also provide – supervision and formalized trainings. Although services follow the structures of agency protocols and curricula, effective delivery relies heavily on the therapeutic skill and creativity of staff members.

Frederick Lopez, M.A., PSB 36792

Psychological Assistant
Supervised by Adam Arechiga, DrPH, Psy.D.

PSY 21819

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