Remote Clinical Psychologist
Acacia Counseling & Wellness
Sacramento, CA
Job description
Acacia Counseling and Wellness was founded in 2014 with a mission to advocate for university students, faculty, and staff in their search for better outpatient mental health care. By focusing on providing care that is consistently accessible, affordable, inclusive and specialized to university communities, Acacia Counseling and Wellness has become the leading provider of university mental health with seven brick and mortar locations, and an exclusive telehealth branch serving California and Minnesota.

At Acacia, we are committed to building a culture where amazing people (like you!) can do their best work. If you’re ready to put your passion in action, grow your career and help to develop and encourage our university communities, you’ve come to the right place.

Position Overview
Acacia is a diverse team of therapists, psychiatrists, psychologists and psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners dedicated to the care we provide and we are looking to grow our team! We are seeking Clinical Psychologists who value and support collaboration, are passionate about creating inclusive spaces, and would like to be a part of Acacia’s journey towards reimagining college mental health.

Important Details
This is an exempt, full-time hybrid (in-person/remote) opportunity that will allow for individuals to work 80% remotely with a requirement to report to our Davis location once a week.

Health, Dental and Vision insurance offerings
Retirement plan with 3% match
Paid Vacation and Sick time
Paid professional development hours
10 paid company holidays per year

Professional Liability Insurance Responsibilities:
What You’ll Be Doing Provide individual, couples, and/or group therapy Develop, implement and review treatment plans Complete treatment documentation and charge slips in a timely manner in compliance with clinical and state requirements Collaborate with Director and clinical team to provide quality care for all clients Attend weekly staff meetings Qualifications:
Education, Licensure & Experience Masters or doctoral degree from an accredited graduate institution Licensed PsyD or PhD in good standing with the state in which services are provided Be physically located in the states in which you are licensed and services are rendered

We Are Looking For People Who Are… Passionate about providing mental health services to college communities Inclusive and able to communicate with persons from all educational and cultural backgrounds Supportive, team-oriented and collaborative Growth-oriented and have a desire for continuous learning and development in their practice Experienced with multiculturalism Ability to provide services in languages other than English is a bonus! (Spanish, Mandarin, etc.)
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