Number of positions: 1
Training Opportunities: The Lafayette outpatient office has an open position for a psychologist to work with a small city population, do intake assessments and therapy, and supervise Master’s level and bachelor level clinicians, and do limited psych testing.
Wabash Valley Alliance (WVA) will provide psychologist supervision for a new graduate until able to apply for an HSPP endorsement (independent practice license, after approximately one year of supervised full-time practice).
WVA is a participant in the National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment Program. Licensed providers are eligible to apply for this generous loan repayment program.
WVA also is a member of the National Psychology Training Consortium APA-accredited internship.
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Requirements: Applicants must have a PhD or PsyD in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA-accredited program and an APA or APPIC-accredited internship, and must be eligible to be licensed in Indiana as a psychologist.
Reimbursement: Salary starts at $52,800 for a new graduate and higher for an experienced psychologist. A psychologist receives an automatic salary increase upon achievement of the HSPP endorsement. Benefits are quite competitive, including a choice of health insurance plans, retirement plan, short-term and long-term disability plans, educational leave, and continuing education funds.
Application: To apply, send resume and cover letter to Jan Shaw, Director of Human Resources.
Mail: Wabash Valley Alliance, Inc., Medical Arts Building,
415 N. 26th Street, Suite 201, Lafayette, Indiana 47904
Deadline for Applications: No application deadline.