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Postdoctoral Fellowship & Early Career Psychologist Opportunities in Group Private Practice

Great Life Counseling Center is offering a very unique group private practice opportunity to a gifted & highly motivated postdoctoral fellow and a early career psychologist! Great Life Counseling Center (GLCC) is a private counseling center based in Addison, TX, which provides a variety of psychological services and specializes in marriage/couples, child/family issues, faith and existential exploration, relational/emotional trauma, and individual adjustment or life transitions. 

The 2 selected candidates will be offered a 1099 independent contractor agreement to build a private practice business with the support & infrastructure of the Great Life Counseling Center platform.  The early career psychologist opportunity is an immediate opening that can start as early as April 25th and this initial agreement will be a 15th month term.  The 12 month postdoctoral fellowship opportunity is scheduled to start with a half day orientation on August 16, 2019.  The selected clinicians may be offered the opportunity to stay with GLCC long term, if there are positions available following the initial contract year and their is a good culture fit with the team.  Applicants interested in being a part of a group practice for their long term career are preferred.  Regardless, the selected clinicians will receive training on the business of private practice and they will be trained on how to successfully launch their own solo practice following the completion of their one year partnership agreement with GLCC. 

Responsibilities and Duties
The group's mission statement is 'to strengthen relationships and enhance lives fostering healthier families and communities.'  In pursuit of this mission, the members of the group share a common interest in working with families, doing outreach/networking in the community, and collaborating with other members of the team.  To increase collaboration, every member of the team specializes in or at least shares a strong interest in working with couples or kids & their parents. 


The selected candidates must be self-starters with a desire to learn how to build and maintain a full time private practice with an interest in a caseload that will be largely comprised (i.e., at least 40%) of work with couples and/or children. While psychotherapy is the primary modality of treatment, first year GLCC clinicians are expected to have sufficient training to contribute a portion of their clinical hours to child and adult assessment work as well. Networking and public speaking are also important skills for business development. Thus, solid skills or at least an interest in growing in these areas is required.

All GLCC clinicians are expected to demonstrate an eagerness to learn and contribute to the success of the group as a whole while independently attending to the details of growing their own practice (i.e., managing caseload, administrative duties/projects, and schedule for getting things done). GLCC clinicians strive to meet a weekly target of 25 scheduled psychotherapy sessions per week plus at least two hours per week of marketing/networking.  First year GLCC clinicians may be assigned up to 2 assessments per month, asked to co-lead practicum group supervision meetings each week, and expected to actively participate in GLCC's weekly consultation meetings. 


Qualifications and Skills
Applicants must have earned their doctorate degree in psychology from an APA accredited program and the degree must be conferred no later than Sept. 15th, 2019. Strong writing skills and a background in child and adult psychological assessment (cognitive, adaptive, LD/ADHD evals, career assessments, etc.) is required, as is the ability to learn quickly and integrate new information and techniques.
Adequate training and/or a strong interest in couples psychotherapy work is required for both positions at this time.  Experience and interest in cultural diversity and trauma work is also strongly preferred.

Estimated Income: Monthly compensation varies based on a percentage of the total revenue collected by the clinician; $55-70k is a conservative range based on the performances of recent postdocs and $65-80k is a conservative range based on the success of recent early career psychologists


Please email a letter of interest to Kevin C. Lambert, Psy.D., MBA (Executive Director/Licensed Psychologist) at LambertPsych@GreatLifeConsults.com and/or Nikki Stillo, Ph.D. (Training Director/Licensed Psychologist) at NStillo@GreatLifeConsults.com as soon as possible so we know to look for the rest of your application. 


Complete applications will include the following information:
*Your cv/resume;
*3 letters of reference from current or former clinical supervisors
*A cover letter discussing your background and interest in Great Life Counseling Center.  We are particularly interested to learn about your passion for clinical work and your vision for your career. Therefore, please address the following questions in your cover letter:
> Please describe your career goals/aspirations and how being a part of this type of family private practice group fits into those goals.

> Please describe your passion for clinical work and the ideal work environment for your interests.
> Please share how you decided to become a psychologist and what you've found to be most rewarding or fulfilling among your training experiences so far.

The deadline for emailed letter of interest with resume is May 1st, 2019.  Additional application materials may be requested from applicants of interest. Selected candidates will be interviewed on a Thursday or Friday afternoon in late April or early May, depending on schedules.