Texas Association of Psychological Associates
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January, 2024
​Job Posting in San Antonio
Restore Behavioral Health is currently seeking an LPA interested in a part or full time testing position at our private practice in the north San Antonio area. We’re looking for someone with experience in psychological and neuropsychological test administration, scoring, and report writing. Perks include flexible hours and the ability to earn up to $90k annually if full time.  www.restorebehavioralhealth.com
Sept, 2023​​​​
Looking for an independently licensed LPC/LPA/LSSP/LP with vocational and/or psychological testing experience, bilingual Spanish/English preferred, and willing to travel.
Please see full description @ workintexas.com:
Position title: Psychological Associate
Employer: Texas Workforce Commission
Job #: 16043548 and feel free to share.
April, 2023​​​​
Clinical Assessment Specialist Job Summary:
•. Evaluate community supervision clients who have mental health and/or substance abuse issues in order to determine treatment needs and assist with supervision decisions. Produce legal documents (i.e. reports) which have a direct impact on client recidivism rates and public safety within Dallas County.
•. Ensure that work meets established departmental standards, federal, state and local regulations and funding requirements, if applicable.
•. Ensure that work meets established departmental standards, federal, state and local regulations and funding requirements, if applicable.
Apply at: https://dallascounty.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=005652&tz=GMT-05%3A00&tzname=America%2FChicago
Duties and Responsibilities:
•. Conduct clinical biopsychosocial assessment interviews (including dual diagnosis, mental health and substance abuse evaluations), including collecting and integrating information from a variety of collateral sources.
•. Formulate accurate diagnoses and make substantiated treatment recommendations that reflect clients’ need and risk factors for court review and possible testimony.
• Provide written reports to probation officers and the courts, including DSM-5-TR diagnoses and treatment recommendations, in a timely manner.
•. Conduct lethality assessments on potentially suicidal and/or homicidal clients as needed, including determining risk levels and appropriate interventions, notifying courts/judges as indicated, documenting outcomes.
•. Provide consultation to probation officers regarding clients with mental illness and/or substance abuse problems. May participate in conferences with MIMR probation officers. May provide clinical support for problem-solving courts. Act as a liaison with mental health agencies and treatment providers to secure needed services for clients.
Education/ Work Experience / Training  ​
    Education equivalent to a graduate deg. ree Master's or doctoral degree in psychology or social work with specific coursework/training in clinical assessment. Licensed or license-eligible in the State of Texas. Accepted licensure includes PhD, PsyD, LPC, LPA, LMFT, and LCSW
Natalie Gray, Human Resources Clerk, Dallas County CSCD
1300 W. Mockingbird Lane, 3rd floor, Dallas, TX 75247
office: (214)875-2453;  fax: (214)653-5317;  Natalie.gray@dallascounty.org

​​​​​October, 2022
Psychometrist - Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences Clinic in Oklahoma City​

August, 2022
Restore Behavioral Health, a thriving behavioral health practice in San Antonio, has an immediate opening for a full or part-time LPA to help with psychological and neuropsychological evaluations! Must have experience in working with children, adolescents, and adults.
Competitive salary, beautiful office space, collaborative support from wonderful group of psychologists, and full benefits! Come find your new professional home at Restore Behavioral Health! Call today to schedule an interview! 
Melinda Down, Ph.D.
Clinical Director
P: 210-858-1900

​​July, 2022

MHMR Tarrant is seeking fulltime and hourly Psychologists and Psychological Associates. The positions are with Disability Services Eligibility Dept. Applicants should have skills with cognitive and adaptive assessment as well as familiarity with issues that people with developmental disabilities face. Apply online at https://www.mhmrtarrant.org/jobs/ For more information, contact Dr. Parker at michael.parker@mhmrtc.org./

July, 2022

​We are looking for a Psychological Associate to perform psychological evaluations in San Antonio, Texas. 
Schedule: Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Summary  Monarch Behavioral Health has an immediate opening for a full-time Licensed Psychological Associate (LPA). 
Primary responsibilities include administering and scoring neuropsychological and behavioral measures, preparing a table of scores from neuropsychological and behavioral testing, and writing behavioral observations. More information can be found on our careers page www.monarchbehavioral.net/careers Please send CV to dr.sharp@monarchbehavioral.net
Dr. Sharp will provide the supervision needed by LPAs for their independent practice status.​

​​​​​​​​June, 2022
Houston, TX
The Tarnow Center for Self-ManagementSM is currently seeking a Texas Licensed Psychological Associate (LPA) to administer psychological assessments for all ages - will be supervised by a psychologist. Open to discussing Part/Full-time, or Contract. We are an inter-disciplinary practice incorporating the fields of psychiatry, psychology, speech and language, and education. The office is known throughout the community for specializing in school problems, self-management disorders such as Tourette’s Disorder, AD/HD, ODD, PDD, and Language Learning Disorders. Our office is located in the Galleria area of Houston. We are regarded as one of the premier child psychiatry practices in town. The benefits of our Center are the ability to address the whole patient under one roof, the constant collaboration on common cases, and the advantage to draw on the expertise of the other professionals in the group. We treat our patients from a biopsychosocial perspective. We are 100% private pay. Please see our website for more information about our center – www.tarnowcenter.com. Send all cv’s to careers@tarnowcenter.com.

​​April, 2022

Psychological Associate
Division: Pediatrics
Schedule: Moday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Work Location: Houston, TX
Salary Range: $51,256 to $70,733
FLSA Status: Exempt
Requisition ID: 11116
Baylor College of Medicine’s Department of Pediatrics, Psychology Division, has an immediate opening for a full-time Licensed Psychological Associate (LPA). 
This position is based in the Autism Program at Texas Children’s Hospital, and the patient population is primarily children suspected of having or previously diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. Primary responsibilities include administering and scoring neuropsychological and behavioral measures, preparing a table of scores from neuropsychological and behavioral testing, and writing behavioral observations. This position is located on N. Stadium Drive and includes free parking.
Applicants with bilingual assessment skills in Spanish are strongly encouraged to apply.
Click here for many more details.​

April, 2022
Hello Everyone, 
We are looking for an LPA or two for www.betterlivingbh.org in the Dallas area. Supervision is available. 
We are a specialized behavioral practice offering high level (IOP/Day) and individual therapy for anxiety and OCD primarily. I would like someone who is testing proficient and comfortable with report drafting and/or someone interested in working in anxiety and related disorders using behavioral interventions. Please apply using the "Work with Us" page or apply by emailing cover letter and vita or back channel for more information to drcoreil@betterlivingbh.org
November, 2021​
Looking for an LPA interested in performing psychological testing
Looking for professional self-starter, good typing skills, dependable, and long-term work. Prefer bi-lingual but open to testing experience with WIAT, WISC, WAIS, WMS, and WRAT. Casual environment, flexible hours, good pay.
Serious inquiries: call 281.858.3124

​November, 2021
Job Description: Busy practice predominantly focusing on Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessments is seeking to hire Licensed Psychological Associate's (LPA) in State of Texas to administer assessment batteries. Assessment referral questions typically include, Autism, ADHD, Learning Disorders, Dementia/Alzheimer's disease, and other psychological disorders.
Primary responsibilities include: Administers and scores assessment measures for comprehensive battery based on standardized test administration process
Performs other duties as assigned.
Primary location for employment will be in Plano, Texas with initial training and periodic work in our main office in Sherman, Texas.
For all interested candidates, please submit your C.V. outlining your experience in test administration.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract
Purvi Patel, PsyD, LP, Applied Psychology Group of Texoma, 903-893-0298  www.apgtexoma.com

August, 2021
RDZ Psychological Clinic in Mission, Texas is looking to hire a Licensed Psychological Associate. Clinical experience is not required but is preferred. Bilingual speaker preferred. Full-time clinician preferred but position also available for a part-time clinician. For those who already have a job and are looking for extra income, non-traditional hours are available to include after hours and weekends. We are also willing to assist with credentialing. For more information, please contact Orlando Rodriguez at 956-222-5201 or at rdzpsychologicalclinic@outlook.com.

​​​​July, 2021​
Job Description: Assessment Specialist in the San Antonio area
Developmental pediatric practice in San Antonio is seeking a part-time Assessment Specialist to assist with the administration and scoring of individually administered test batteries to children ages 1 – 17 years. The Assessment Specialist will review medical records and collaborate with clinical practitioners, families, and other assessment specialists to provide appropriate test selection to assist with diagnosis and treatment planning. Flexible hours are available, and bilingual applicants are preferred. 
Essential Duties and Job Responsibilities 
- Individual administration of standardized test batteries (i.e. neurodevelopmental, intelligence, achievement, vocabulary, and other standardized measures) 
- Conducting play-based, standardized assessment of communication, social interactions, and play for individuals referred for evaluation of possible autism spectrum disorders 
- Maintain timely documentation of rendered services, comprehensive behavioral observations, and test scores for the electronic health record and to include in the written evaluation report 
- Maintain knowledge of current assessment measure revisions and making appropriate adjustments, as necessary 
- Continue education to remain current on best testing practices and assessment measures for the pediatric population 
Required Qualifications 
- Graduate level training and experience with administering, scoring, and interpreting individualized tests, especially in the area of development, intelligence, achievement, and communication 
- Graduate level training in psychometrics including courses in statistics and tests and measurements. Applicants should be experienced and competent with the concepts of reliability, validity, standard errors of measurement, confidence intervals, mean, standard deviation, correlation, standard scores, T-scores, and percentiles. 
- Background and experience in working with children 
- Background and experience providing professional services to individuals with autism spectrum disorders 
- Post graduate mental health or educational specialization involved in the treatment of autism 
- Experience and training with administering the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule – 2 (Modules 1 – 4 and Toddler Module) is preferred
If interested please send resume and contact information to: info@harkinsandassociatesinc.com  Attn: Ann Carr
​​June, 2021
​C. Alan Hopewell, Ph.D., seeks a licensed psychological associate in Fort Worth with strong experience in psychological testing. Dr. Hopewell is the senior Clinical Neuropsychologist in the State of Texas, and as such, has a varied practice. We are searching for a stable, motivated, and dedicated long-term employee who has both the passion and the skills to administer psychological and neuropsychological testing as well as to help with counseling services. Fluency in Spanish is very desired.​​ 682-312-9820, hopewellpractice@cahopewell.com
May, 2021​
Fulbright Neuropsychology, in the DFW area, seeks a licensed psychological associate with strong experience (1 to 2 years) in neuropsychological testing. This is a full-time salaried position with a competitive salary, health insurance, and retirement benefits after three years of employment. We are searching for a stable, motivated, and dedicated long-term employee who has both the passion and the skills to administer neuropsychological testing. This individual will be able to provide professional-level writing support; consequently, strong writing skills are necessary. Fluency in Spanish would also be desirable but not necessary.
See more about Fulbright Neuropsychology here.​

April, 2021
​Licensed Psychological Associate wanted for an assessment-based practice in Midland, TX. Will consider full or part-time. Call Dr. Mitchell 432-349-4105.

April, 2021

Summary:  ​The Psychology Section of the Department of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine is currently seeking a full-time Psychological Associate for our offices located at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston TX. Responsibilitiesinvolve administration and scoring of psychological, neuropsychological, and developmental tests. The position isfocused on both clinical work and grant-supported research projects Involving children ranging in age from infancythrough young adult. The patient populations span hematology/oncology (e.g., brain tumors. leukemia, sickle celldisease), organ and bone marrow transplant, endocrine disorders, genetic and metabolic diseases, autismspectrum disorders, and various other medical and neurodevelopmental conditions.
Job Duties:  
• ​Score psychological, neuropsychological, and developmental tests from patient appointments.
• Document as appropriate in Epic.
• Coordinate testing inventory and common spaces, as well as ensuring proper COVID-19 procedures arebeing followed.
• Participate in clinical activity and potential for some research activity involving children ranging in age frominfancy through young adult. The patient populations span hematology/oncology (e.g., brain tumors.leukemia, sickle cell disease), organ and bone marrow transplant, endocrine disorders, genetic andmetabolic diseases, autism spectrum disorders, and various other medical and neurodevelopmentalconditions.
• Work directly with Psychology trainees to both onboard and understand the testing process, as well as helpengage in education activities and regular maintenance of training spaces.
• Assist with the recruitment and onboarding process of other Psychological Associates.
Minimum Qualifications:
• Master's degree in Psychology, Counseling or related field.
• Two years of relevant experience.
• Licensure as a Psychological Associate by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists.

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PO Box 601374
Dallas, TX 75360


Texas Association of Psychological Associates  PO Box 601374  Dallas, TX 75360