Psych Assistant Position Available

By Ryokan College on Monday, December 14th, 2015 in Employment Opportunities. No Comments

Post Doc position available immediately working with Inpatient, adult foresnsic/mental illness population. PC1026 (Guilty but not Guilty by Reason of Insanity. San Fernando Valley (Sylmar). Provide individual and group therapy, case management, court reports. Supervision provided and one year commitment required. 32 hrs /week. Paid position with opportunity to increase income for additional work. Contact: […]


Paid MFT Internships at Thessalonika Family Services

By Ryokan College on Tuesday, February 28th, 2012 in Alumni News, Employment Opportunities, Hot Topics, Student/Faculty Issues. No Comments

Starting Salary: $42,000/year Full Time position Employee Benefits: Medical/dental insurance, life insurance, paid sick leave, paid major holidays, and paid vacation. Educational Qualifications: The individual must possess a Master’s Degree in a social science that will equip them to fulfill the clinical duties required of the position. Thessalonika Family Services/Rancho Damacitas, a non-profit agency located […]


City Impact is Hiring!

By Ryokan College on Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012 in Alumni News, Employment Opportunities, Hot Topics, Student/Faculty Issues. No Comments

Seeking LCSW or Licensed Clinical Psychologist PhD City Impact is a non-profit organization working with at-risk children, youth and families. We are looking for an LCSW or PhD preferably with experience in working with DMH. Duties include documentation review and providing supervision. Hours flexible 20 + hours per week. Pay based on experience. Bilingual Spanish- […]


San Fernando Community Health Center is Hiring for a Mental Health Counselor II!

By Ryokan College on Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012 in Alumni News, Employment Opportunities, Student/Faculty Issues. No Comments

San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center, Inc. I.               POSITION TITLE: Mental Health Counselor II / Case Manager II.            POSITION DESCRIPTION: Under supervision, the Case Manager/Mental Health Counselor will function as part of a mobile case management team to coordinate and provide mental health evaluation, case management services including: plan development, placement services, assistance in daily living, and linkage […]


San Fernando Valley Community Health Center is Hiring for a Mental Health Clinician I!

By Ryokan College on Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012 in Alumni News, Employment Opportunities, Student/Faculty Issues. No Comments

SAN FERNANDO VALLEY COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER, INC. I.          POSITION TITLE:  Mental Health Clinician I II.        POSITION DESCRIPTION: Provide assessment and intake for prevention and early intervention clients utilizing Evidence Based practice models. Provide direct and indirect services involving clinical and field-based case management services, including plan development, placement services, assistance in daily living, individual and/or […]


Chabad Residential Treatment Center is looking for interns!

By Ryokan College on Wednesday, February 15th, 2012 in Alumni News, Employment Opportunities, Student/Faculty Issues. No Comments

Chabad Residential Treatment Center is looking for mature individuals with life experience (from PsyD or MFT programs) for internship openings. Interested students may fax resumes with cover letter to Chabad at 323.965.0444 and/or call Chabad at 323.965.1365 Please ask for Bonnie Feldman, Dr. Ann Elkin, or Donna Miller when inquiring about internships. Don’t forget to tell […]


Internships Available at DAZ Foundation

By Ryokan College on Thursday, January 5th, 2012 in Employment Opportunities. No Comments

We are a new and growing outpatient practice called, DAZ Foundation, located in West Los Angeles (Olympic near Sawtelle).  We offer court-ordered classes and private classes in parenting, co-parenting, high-conflict parenting, anger management, and domestic violence.  Our curriculum is evidence based and includes: nurturing parenting, ART anger regression therapy, the Deluth Model for Domestic Violence, and Children in the Middle. We […]


MFT & Psych Asst. Positions at Chabad. Earn hours!

By Ryokan College on Wednesday, December 28th, 2011 in Alumni News, Employment Opportunities, Hot Topics, News, Student/Faculty Issues. No Comments

We will be taking 5-6 practicum students for the 2012-2013 training year. Since 1972, thousands of men from diverse religious and ethnic backgrounds have been successfully treated for drug addiction at Chabad. Chabad views drug abuse as a symptom of deeper psychological issues. Students see patients two to three times a week for individual therapy […]


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