Catholic Clinical Psychologist
Central Psychological Services (CPS) is growing and expanding our multidisciplinary group to include a full-time licensed, or licensed-eligible, Catholic clinical psychologist. This position requires knowledge and integration of Catholic anthropology, as the clinician will have the opportunity to provide psychological assessments for Catholic seminarians, religious sisters and brothers, permanent deacons, and the Metropolitan Tribunal for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. Additional forms of psychodiagnostic and psychological assessments are available. A generalist practitioner is preferred, but experience with psychological assessment is necessary.
Ample opportunity is available for this person to provide individual, couple, family, and group psychotherapy in our office, and via telehealth. Opportunities for supervision of graduate practicum students and undergraduate interns are available. Organizational consultation and speaking opportunities in the community are offered if interested. CPS offers competitive rates for reimbursement.
Dr. John Cadwallader founded CPS in 2008 with the goal of having freedom to provide quality comprehensive mental health services that focuses on a collaborative approach for the client’s greatest good and integrative health. Our motto Treating people, not just symptoms is consistent with our practice goals to treat each person we serve with dignity and to focus on care of the entire person. CPS has diverse group of practitioners from different clinical disciplines, providing a team and collaborative approach. Clinical staff participate in monthly didactics, receive opportunities for continuing education, clinical supervision or consultation, professional presentations and education, and support with marketing to grow their clinical caseload. Flexible work hours are available based on the clinician’s need.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and Curriculum Vitae to John Cadwallader, PsyD, HSPP at firstname.lastname@example.org.