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Referring Providers

Referring Providers
Delaying or missing a neurocognitive diagnosis can have long term consequences, including:
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Prolonged delays in achieving developmental milestones or in making academic progress;

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Difficulty accessing rehabilitative services or appropriate accommodations; and/or

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Missed opportunities to treat reversible etiology or to delay disease progression;

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Development of overwhelming levels of emotional distress for those experiencing cognitive difficulties, as well as their family systems.

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Neuropsychological testing can detect even mild levels of cognitive dysfunction, eliminating diagnostic guesswork, particularly when symptoms are subtle, ill-defined, vague, or inconsistent. Armed with information about a patient’s neurocognitive abilities, you may be able to improve patient/family compliance with recommended and prescribed medical treatments.

We can help you

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Identify etiology and likely prognosis for cognitive concerns to help guide treatment;

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Deliver difficult or confusing news to patients about their cognition; and/or

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Treat psychological or emotional barriers that may be hindering treatment progress.

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Employment
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Employment

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Looking to work in a warm, collaborative psychology practice where you can experience clinical growth as well as career growth?
Look no further!
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Minimum Qualifications:
  • Clinical licensure in Illinois (Psy.D., Ph.D., LCPC, LCSW, or LMFT) that is in good standing.

  • Graduate degree must have been completed at an accredited program (e.g., APA-accredited or equivalent for your particular degree).

  • Comfortable providing virtual therapy services in a HIPPA-compliant manner.

  • Willingness to build up to, and ability to maintain, a minimum average caseload of 12 appointments/week (PT) or 20 appointments/week (FT)

  • Have a strong interest in working with clients through a holistic and multi-systemic lens.

  • Has practiced and continues to actively pursue working on their own self-awareness          and development as a person and clinician.

  • Value active participation in individual or group consultation.

  • Have an entrepreneurial spirit and value a collaborative work environment.                      We are looking for candidates who are invested in the success of their clients, their coworkers, and the business overall!

Bonus Qualifications:
  • Ability to provide therapeutic services in multiple languages.

  • Interest in growing with Bodh Center for Wellness by taking on administrative or clinical leadership roles.

  • Experience/interest in social media marketing and community outreach.

  • Experience/interest in supervising graduate level trainees.

Bodh Center for Wellness is a boutique private practice focused on serving individuals from minority cultures and communities. We value clinicians who attend to their personal development and who honor multiculturalism and intersectionality in the therapy space.

We are devoted to the pursuit of personal growth not only for our clients, but also for our team. All members of Bodh Center for Wellness receive material support in their efforts to maintain a healthy work-life balance, to consistently practice self-care, and to stay abreast of the latest developments in psychological science.

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Training

Training

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Post-Doctoral Residency:

Looking to work in a warm, collaborative psychology practice where you can round out your final year of training? Want your residency to be the last job search you ever complete? Look no further!

Bodh Center for Wellness is a boutique private practice focused on serving individuals from minority cultures and communities. We value clinicians who attend to their personal development and who honor multiculturalism and intersectionality in the therapy space.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Hold a completed doctoral level degree (Ph.D. or Psy.D) in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA accredited program by the start of the fellowship.

  • At least two years of experience providing therapeutic services.

  • Comfortable providing virtual therapy services in a HIPPA-compliant manner.

  • Willingness to build up to, and ability to maintain, a minimum average caseload of 14 appointments/week (PT)  or 22 appointments/week (FT)

  • Demonstrable record of leadership in the academic or professional workplace.

  • Have a strong interest in working with clients through a holistic and multi-systemic lens. Demonstrable experience and commitment to working within a multicultural framework and a desire to work with a highly diverse clientele.

  • Has practiced and continues to actively pursue working on their own self-awareness and development as a person and clinician.

  • Value active, self-directed participation in individual or group supervision.

Bonus Qualifications:
  • Ability to provide therapeutic services in multiple languages.

  • Demonstrate an interest in growing with Bodh Center for Wellness by taking on administrative or clinical leadership roles.

  • Experience in social media marketing and community outreach.

We are devoted to the pursuit of personal growth not only for our clients, but also for our team. All members of Bodh Center for Wellness receive material support in their efforts to maintain a healthy work-life balance, to consistently practice self-care, and to stay abreast of the latest developments in psychological science.

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Externship

Currently, we do not have any externship positions. But please submit your information to us --

we would love to have it on hand for consideration once such positions open up.

Please note, that externs must be interested in training in the provision of both therapy and assessment services.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Enrollment in an APA-accredited doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology.

  • Strong letters of recommendation from at least two prior clinical supervisors, or one clinical supervisor and one academic reference.

  • Ability to commit to 3 days or 24-hours of work each week.

  • Demonstrable interest in personal development/self-awareness and in honoring multiculturalism and intersectionality in the therapy space.

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