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Licensed Psychologist

Do you want to be able to set your own schedule and flexibility of hours? 
Is work-life balance important to you?
Would you be interested in Full-Time opportunities with full benefits, or would you be interested in Moonlighting/Part-Time opportunities? 
Do you want to work in an environment where there will be no patient cancellations or no-shows? 
If you answered yes to the above questions, you have come to the right place. 

PsychoGeriatric Services is a growing, clinician-owned, multi-disciplinary behavioral health practice that delivers mental health services to residents of long-term care facilities in-person and via telehealth. We have served our communities with a diverse and ever-expanding team of psychiatrists, psychotherapists, and nurse practitioners for almost 30 years and provide services to almost 300 facilities in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia. 

We are currently looking for Licensed Psychologists to provide services at our partner facilities on a part- or full-time basis. Services include providing initial assessments and psychotherapy at nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, consulting with staff and families, and providing periodic educational talks. 

Work is performed following established regulations and policies, but employees are expected to exercise significant initiative and independent judgment in discharging duties. A mentoring program is available for all new psychotherapists and psychotherapists meet periodically for peer review and support. If you have a passion for your work, enjoy working with adults in medical settings, and would like flexibility and support from your employer, we would love to hear from you.   

Job Types:

  • Part-time and full-time positions available
  • W-2 employee or 1099 contractor


  • Across Northern Virginia and DC


  • Competitive Salary
  • Healthcare coverage for full-time positions
  • Eligible members receive continuing education reimbursement
  • Both full-time and part-time employees can enroll in a 401K plan
  • Paid time off, paid sick leave 


  • Virginia Licensure required.
  • Must be available to work during core business hours Monday through Friday but scheduling is flexible.

Please email [email protected] if you are interested.


For Sale: WAIS-IV Kit

WAIS-IV Kit new, never used, for sale.  $850.00 plus postage.  Contact Dennis Carpenter, Psy.D. at [email protected].

(LP) Licensed Psychologist

Company: Lighthouse Health

Remote work allowed: Yes

Pay: 65/35 Split

Full-time only

Job description

Lighthouse Health is a mission-driven and fast-growing company aimed at providing highly accessible and affordable treatment for its patients. We are patient-oriented and are striving towards bringing phycologists and licensed professional therapists on board to bring assistance and treatment options to those in need of help in a number of locations. Our practice is actively expanding and looking for hard working individuals to join us. We utilize in person and telehealth to work in high population areas while utilizing our employee numbers to assist rural and remote locations to access services at a higher rate.

Benefits: Dental insurance, Disability insurance, Health insurance, Life insurance, Vision insurance, Retirement plan IRA 3% matching.

Our Mission:

We strive to combine clinical excellence with creative excellence, to establish a greater system for healthcare. Making healthcare easier to access and more accessible for our patients so everyone feels like they are getting the proper care.

Job Summary:

Under general supervision, provide psychological assessment and diagnosis, of individuals, group, and family therapy, case management services, referral, and follow-up to acute, chronic, or moderately disturbed mentally ill clients and/or patients and consultation. We have availability for many focus areas. General counseling is a primary target during the first year in-state. Though we work with practitioners based on their area of expertise and market to fill their caseload.


  • We work with your preferred specialty areas: (evaluations, therapy, demographics, et al) as we incorporate your workload into our team.
  • Work with patients  therapy through preferred specialty areas to patients and/or perform comprehensive evaluations which include an evaluation of emotional, behavioral, and mental status, current psychological or physical symptoms, and functioning, as well as reviewing other relevant health histories.
  • Develop treatment plans based on evidence-based standards of care and practice guidelines, (which may include but not limited to: making appropriate referrals, monitoring responses, documenting appropriately, and managing follow-up appointments.)
  • Review relevant literature, synthesize evidence-based materials, and translate complex behavioral health concepts.
  • Psychologists should be comfortable working both independently and alongside other team members and should be able to conduct case management and other administrative tasks as needed (which may include but not limited to: Providing timely and accurate charting of clinical encounters through our Electronic Medical Record (EMR) or Electronic Health Record (EHR). Accurately coding clinical encounters with CPT and diagnosis codes.)

Experience and Skills:

  • Candidates must have a minimum of a masters degree and should be licensed in the state they are applying for, any other state licenses can be kept active and utilized via telehealth if desired. The credentialing process may take some time so we do ask that you stay at your current job until we are ready to take you onto our team.
  • 3 or more years of experience.
  • Able to work independently with full caseload. We can work with practitioners who have some current caseload, and help develop patient load.
  • Strongly developed interpersonal skills, including being able to relate to their patients needs and troubles in order to help them through their crises.
  • Empathy to identify with patients’ experiences to help them understand what is causing them to feel a certain way.
  • Show the highest levels of trustworthiness to keep information confidential, as patients will tell the counselors their most private thoughts and secrets.
  • Professional communication skills and to have the ability to know when to talk and when to listen to create a safe environment for the patients.
  • Must be authorized to work in the United States.

If you’re interested at all please email: [email protected]

For additional information about our company, visit us at

Job Type: Full-time