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AP-Child Psychologist-Agnesian Healthcare-Fond du lac, WI
Psychotherapy | WI-St. Agnes Hospital | Fond Du Lac, WI | Req #: R25096

Agnesian Healthcare, a member of SSM Health, is currently seeking a full time outpatient Child Psychologist to join our experienced and cohesive behavioral health team focused on providing quality mental health support to our child and family patient panel in an outpatient clinic setting.  Our Child Psychologists should be comfortable working with children ages 5 to adolescence. The ideal candidate has experience with differential diagnosis, testing, treatment planning, along with family, group, and individual therapy for a wide range of neurodevelopmental, emotional, social and behavioral concerns. Experience with pediatric illness and medical care is ideal.

  • Monday through Friday workweek
  • Based in Fond du lac, WI
  • Salaried position
  • Curriculum development and therapy facilitation
  • Patient population ages 5 to adolescent
  • Epic EMR
  • $10,000 Sign On Bonus

Requirements:

  • PHD  in clinical, counseling, or psychology
  • Active state licensure by the Psychology Licensing Board
  • National Register for Health Service Providers in Psychology
  • Training and experience in use of empirically age appropriate, validated screening and testing instruments to assist with differential diagnoses.
  • Preferred: Experience in the area of Pediatric Health Psychology or Pediatric specialty areas of practice.

Benefits:

Comprehensive benefit package exclusively designed for healthcare providers including annual CME dollars, guaranteed salary, vacation/CME time allotments, and a multi-funded retirement account are just a few of our generous offerings.

The Hospital

St. Agnes Hospital, a 174 bed facility and nonprofit Catholic institution, is a leader in providing quality state-of-the-art healthcare services, whether it is cancer treatment; comprehensive heart care through the Dale Michels Center for Heart Care, including angioplasty and open-heart surgery; home or hospice care; maternity services; laser surgery; sports medicine; behavioral health services; women’s health services; occupational health services; rehabilitation services and 24-hour emergency care. 16 beds inpatient unit for adult psychiatric care.

The Community

Fond du lac, a thriving community of just over 43,000, is situated at the foot of Wisconsin’s Lake Winnebago (a location that gives the city its French name), Fond du Lac is less than a one hour drive to Milwaukee, Madison (the state capital) and Green Bay – Titletown USA. This puts the city at the center of the state’s population concentration, an area with more than 3 million residents. 

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