CCSN Evaluation Services
CCSN is excited to announce that we are seeking a Psychologist to provide evaluation, observation, and consultative services to individuals with autism spectrum disorders and related neurodevelopmental disabilities.
Primary responsibilities include:
- Providing comprehensive assessments of cognition, adaptive functioning, social skills, executive functioning, and potentially academic skills with individuals aged 1 year through adult with neurodiverse profiles.
- Providing school-based observations of students with special needs.
- Providing evidence-based intervention and treatment planning recommendations following from comprehensive assessment and observations conducted.
- Providing written psychological assessment reports clearly detailing evaluation findings and resulting recommendations.
- Attending Planning and Placement Team (PPT) meetings to present results from the evaluations conducted as necessary.
- Attending clinical team meetings and other internal meetings online or onsite at CCSN’s Glastonbury office.
- Coordinating with CCSN’s administrative team as needed.
The successful candidate will possess:
- Be a Licensed or license-eligible Psychologist in good standing with the State of Connecticut.
- Have experience in providing comprehensive and diagnostic assessments for individuals with ASD and other learning needs for at least 2 years.
- Have strong written and oral communication, organization, and collaboration skills.
- Have a desire to work as part of a large multidisciplinary team of BCBAs, psychologists, occupational therapists, and speech pathologists.
This position also includes:
- Weekly participation in clinical team.
- Participation in center-based professional development for CEs.
- Opportunities for growth and development of clinical skills.
- Collaboration with an interdisciplinary team of clinicians throughout the organization.
The successful candidate will receive full CCSN benefits which include the following: competitive salary, medical/dental, paid time off, life insurance, long-term and short-term disability insurance, and 401(K) retirement contributions. This position is a full-time position (40 hours/week).
About The Center for Children with Special Needs:
The Center for Children with Special Needs is an interdisciplinary mental health practice focusing on providing clinical and consultative services to support individuals with autism and related neurodevelopmental disabilities. Since 1994 CCSN has sought to bring evidence-based treatment to individuals, families, and their communities through our team of psychologists, behavior analysts, and OT/SLP professionals.
To apply, please contact Dr. Michael Powers at email@example.com or at 860.430.1762