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Clinical Psychologist (or Postdoctoral Fellow)
Cambridge Psychology Group
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Posted: 16-Nov-21

Location: ARLINGTON, Massachusetts

Type: Full Time

Preferred Education: Doctorate

Salary: $120,000-$250,000


Post-Doctoral Fellowship
Psychologist in Clinic
Psychologist in Practice

Salary Details:

Market-leading compensation and options for benefits package with uncapped earnings Full-time, part-time, and fee-for-service flexibility Ability to work remotely, in-person, or a combination of both Access to health, dental and vision insurance

Additional Information:

3 openings available.
Telecommuting is allowed.
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About Cambridge Psychology Group
Cambridge Psychology Group is a multi-specialty center dedicated to providing evidence-based therapy, consultation, and training for adults and youth in the greater Boston area, Massachusetts, and beyond. We were formed by Harvard-trained psychologists with expertise in anxiety, OCD, depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, substance use problems, borderline personality disorder, post-traumatic-stress disorder, and other related conditions. Our team currently includes 13 therapists and 5 staff members, most of whom are psychologists and social workers who met each other while training at McLean Hospital. We are working together to build a community of kind, bright, dedicated, caring providers who want to work, learn, and grow together throughout their careers. In this new age of mental healthcare, our aim is to utilize a hybrid care model, meaning that our therapists can work fully remote, fully in-person, or a combination of both. We believe that a hybrid model will lead to happier therapists and happier clients because of the flexibility and access that it affords. Ultimately, we are aiming to create a community in which our therapists feel supported, connected, and inspired and... are continually training in the latest advancements in our field. We believe that this type of community will translate to the highest possible standard of care for our clients.
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