Join Our Team
Arbor Psychology Group is expanding! Full- and part-time contractual therapists (LP, LLP, LPC, LMSW, LMFT) are needed for busy private practice with locations in Plymouth, Northville, and Ann Arbor. Referrals and support for practice building provided. We are in-network providers for BCBS and BCN at our Plymouth and Northville locations, and for BCBS in our Ann Arbor location.
We are committed to providing our clinicians with an attractive, sound-proofed place to work, administrative support when needed, and highly-competitive compensation for services rendered. Our full-time clinicians can earn a fee split of up to 80%.
Arbor Psychology Group also offers:
- Peer-to-peer training/supervision
- a warm, professional environment
- practice development and marketing assistance
- excellent support staff and billing services on site
- electronic medical records
- opportunities for continuing education and advanced training
The ideal candidate for our Plymouth/Northville locations will possess strong and varied clinical skills in working with children, adolescents, and/or adults dealing with a wide variety of life challenges. In addition to psychotherapy, opportunities exist for psychological and neuropsychological assessment. Candidates should be comfortable using evidence-based treatments and able to conceptualize cases from multiple perspectives (attachment/relational, behavioral, cultural, etc).
For more information about career opportunities at our Plymouth or Northville locations, or to send in a resume/CV, please contact Michael Bambery, PhD, at: .
The ideal candidate for our Ann Arbor location will have excellent diagnostic and therapeutic skills. We are hiring for 3 positions: 1) A therapist skilled in working with young children (preschoolers and toddlers) and their parents- in parent-child sessions, individual play therapy sessions, and/or parent coaching/consultation sessions. 2) A therapist with expertise working with college students/graduate students. 3) A child/adolescent therapist who can treat a wide range of concerns. All candidates should be comfortable using evidence-based treatments and able to conceptualize cases from multiple perspectives (attachment/relational, behavioral, cultural, etc).
For more information about career opportunities at our Ann Arbor location, or to send in a resume/CV, please contact Beth Pearson, PhD, at: .