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Psychology and Counseling Careers at AAPA

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Atlanta Area Psychological Associates is actively recruiting for a full-time Licensed Clinical Psychologist to provide both psychotherapy and psychological assessment. The position will involve providing psychological services to individuals (children and adults), couples, and families. Strong assessment skills and experience performing psychological testing with children is required. Experience with ADOS-2 is a plus. Additional interest in couples counseling is also a plus. Newly licensed professionals are encouraged to apply. Insurance credentialing is a plus, but not required.

Atlanta Area Psychological Associates is an established group practice with locations in Acworth, Cumming, Marietta, and Roswell. The group practice has an excellent reputation in the community and has relationships with many referral sources that span over 30 years. Our strong reputation in the community has resulted in a robust practice that receives over 2,500 new referrals per year. The clinician that joins the practice has the opportunity to receive referrals and, with our marketing support, cultivate new relationships. The qualified clinician has the opportunity to generate above average income based on their ability to work full-time and provide quality services.

Required experience: Licensed Clinical Psychologist: 1 year

Email a letter of interest, a list of instruments you are qualified to administer including an approximate number of times you have administered each instrument, and resume to careers@atlantapsych.com

Bilingual Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for Marietta Office

Atlanta Area Psychological Associates, P.C. is actively recruiting for a bilingual Spanish-speaking licensed mental health professional to provide psychotherapy in our busy location in Marietta, Georgia. The position will involve primarily providing psychotherapy to Spanish-speaking individuals (children and adults), couples, and families. Willingness to work with children and families is a must and the interested clinician must be fluent in Spanish. Newly licensed professionals are encouraged to apply. Insurance credentialing is a plus, but not required.

Atlanta Area Psychological Associates, P.C. is an established group practice with locations in Marietta, Cumming, Roswell and Acworth. The group practice has an excellent reputation in the community and has relationships with many referral sources that span over 30 years. The strong reputation in the community has resulted in a robust practice that receives over 2,500 new referrals per year.

Our practice has cultivated relationships with professionals that provide services to a high number of Spanish speaking citizens. This is an opportunity to develop a full caseload and steady stream of referrals. Although the Hispanic/Latino population represented 1.7% of the population in 1990, it now represents over 9% of the population in Georgia. Additionally, Cobb (Marietta, GA) and Fulton (Roswell, GA) Counties are rapidly increasing the number of Spanish speaking citizens that need mental health services from a bilingual Spanish-speaking provider. A bilingual full-time clinician in our practice can build a caseload quickly and earn an above average income. Our practice will also provide clinical support, administrative staff and office space to promote the clinician’s success.

Required experience: Bilingual LPC, LCSW, LMFT or Licensed Psychologist: 1 year

If you are interested, please send a letter of intent and resume to careers@atlantapsych.com

Master’s Level Psychometrist PRN

Master’s Level Psychometrist proficient in administering the ADOS-2 needed on PRN basis. Email letter of interest, a description of experience with the ADOS-2 and resume to careers@atlantapsych.com
Salary: $24.00 /hour
Required education: Master's
Required experience: ADOS-2: 1 year

 

Some of us have been in solo practice before joining AAPA, and we can attest to the loneliness and isolation that can develop in that situation. The professional camaraderie, the opportunity to develop more complex and comprehensive programs in collaboration with others, the "hallway supervision" that we give and receive on interesting and/or difficult cases, the continuous learning from each other, are all excellent reasons to join a group practice such as this. AAPA is a real group practice, sharing the costs of overhead and being truly invested in each other's success. We collaborate in marketing efforts, share decision-making on some issues, and support each other professionally. We have also been known to recreate together, at Braves games, around a pool, or on hikes in the wilderness.

Those of us who used to be in solo practice do not miss spending one or two entire weekends a month generating the billing, and following up with insurance companies and patients who owe us money. AAPA has a staff of professionals who handle most intake issues, pre-verify insurance, handle the billing of insurance companies and patients, and generally make our lives significantly easier. Our collection rate is one of the best in the mental health industry, so you can count on getting paid if you do what you are supposed to. We also help clinical staff apply for membership on insurance company panels, and our clinicians are currently on all three Medicaid mental health managed care plans.

Another reason that we enjoy being part of AAPA is the marketing support. We have a Community Relations person who arranges introductions to medical practices, helps set up speaking engagements, and helps us maintain our relationships with local doctors, schools and community agencies. A solo practitioner cannot afford this type of marketing service.

If you are interested in pursuing the possibility of affiliating with AAPA, please click here, fill out the email form and send it to us. We'll call or email you back to let you know what the next step may be.