Clinical Psychologist - Outpatient

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST – OUTPATIENT

Executive Mental Health (EMH)
Part-time, or Full-time with benefits
Hybrid role – in person / telehealth (remote)

Join our California-based multi-disciplinary clinical team!

This Clinical Psychologist position offers flexible schedules, excellent work-life balance, bonus compensation, benefits, hybrid work opportunity, & potential upward mobility in a growing organization.

We are seeking Clinical Psychologists to provide psychological services to our contracted skilled nursing facilities across CA, including Los Angeles, Orange County, San Bernardino, North County / San Diego, and the Bay Area.

At EMH, we value psychologists who are excellent communicators, passionate about clinical care with an underserved population, team oriented, and flexible. We believe that clinicians who thrive at EMH enjoy a balance between working independently while also having the background support of the office staff and clinical support from well-trained colleagues.

To apply or inquire for more details, please send your C.V. with an optional cover letter to careers@emhla.com.

As a clinical psychologist at EMH, you will be an integral part of the multi-disciplinary team. We focus on providing clinicians with the tools needed to succeed in their role. You will work directly with a trained clinical manager and the support team to enhance your skillset and experience working with this complex population.

  • Assess, diagnose, and treat residents in skilled nursing facilities. You will have the opportunity to provide mental health services to a diverse and medically complex population, including geriatric patients, patients with disabilities, and those with a complex psychiatric history.
  • Maintain an active caseload and work with team to maintain a referral stream.
  • Develop relationships with facility staff and provide consultation e.g. curbside consult, inservices as needed, etc.
  • Complete clinical documentation in a timely manner.
  • Document based on medical necessity and in accordance with Medicare standards.
  • Doctoral degree (PhD, PsyD) in Clinical Psychology (required)
  • Current and valid California state license as a Psychologist (required)
  • Medicare Provider eligibility (required, our in-house billing team assists with this)
  • Ability to be placed on 3rd party insurer panels (required, we assist with this process)
  • Strong clinical background in evidence-based practices
  • Telehealth experience and/or willingness to learn and utilize modality
  • A supportive and fun team environment!
  • Competitive W-2 position, including salary + bonus for full time clinicians). We do not offer hourly pay and instead prefer to pay our clinicians a consistent salary with benefits.
  • Flexible schedule
  • Vacation + sick pay
  • Access to clinical consultation from excellent, well-trained clinicians with different backgrounds and therapeutic modalities.
  • Excellent benefits for full-time employees such as health insurance, retirement package (matching 401(k)), childcare reimbursement
  • Coverage of license fees and CE costs, access to in-house CEs
  • Access to our in-house reporting system to streamline documentation
  • Home office setup, including a laptop computer, all in one printer, supplies, and I.T. support.
  • Flexibility in clinical approach. Clinicians need to be able to use evidence-based interventions and deliver them using a person-centered approach.
  • Proficiency in the assessment and documentation of risk.
  • Proficiency in computer skills, which includes capacity to complete progress notes in a timely manner and to make use of computer tools to remain organized.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills to establish and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues and clients.
  • Ability to work independently and take ownership of responsibilities. Excellent insight and judgment, ability to take initiative to problem-solve issues and seek out clinical consultation when appropriate.
  • Interest in learning different models of care. Openness to constructive feedback and ability to implement feedback in a collaborative and timely manner.
  • Able to push, pull, and lift up to 30 pounds on an intermittent basis; able to bend, stoop, sit, stand and walk without restrictions.
  • Must have access to a professional space for telehealth sessions as well as reliable internet connection.
  • Reliable transportation for in person facilities