Adult Clinical Psychologist, Child Psychologist, and Forensic Psychologist (family law focus) – FLORIDA

June 13, 2023

Adult Clinical Psychologist, Child Psychologist, and Forensic Psychologist (family law focus) – FLORIDA


THE LOCATION: Bradenton, Florida. We are located on the beautiful Gulf Coast of Florida and we are considered one of the nation’s most desirable places to live, with a great housing market.

Ready for a change? We have 3 full-time opportunities available for psychologists to join our team in Bradenton, Florida. Currently, we need General Adult Clinical Psychologists, Child Psychologists, and Forensic Psychologists. This position is Monday-Friday between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm but there is flexibility with scheduling based upon your needs. An excellent compensation will be offered and there is plenty of room for professional growth and advancement. The focus is on providing the highest level of client care. Signing bonuses are possible and loan assistance is available. Our business model, experience, and expertise allow our doctors to earn salaries in the top 10%. Our clinical and administrative staff work together to provide the highest quality, efficient and effective care to individuals of all ages. Opportunities for training and supervision in specialty services are available.

General Adult Clinical Psychologist: Primary responsibility will be to provide psychotherapy to adult clients in an outpatient setting. In this position, you will be encouraged to spend time in other areas (s) of interest such as testing, forensics, etc.

Child Psychologist: Primary responsibilities will include a combination of psychotherapy, family therapy, and diagnostic testing for pediatric clients in an outpatient setting. The exact specifics of this role will vary depending on your training and interests, such as testing, forensics, etc.

Forensic Psychologist: Focus on family law – this is an excellent opportunity for psychologists to work with an internationally respected senior colleague, providing services to courts, attorneys, and their clients. Services include parenting plan evaluations (custody evaluations), parenting coordination, mental health evaluations, reunification therapies, and litigation consultation. Experience in this area is preferred, but not required, since supervision and training will be provided. This position does occasionally involve travel.

QUALIFICATIONS: Florida licensed (or eligible) Psychologist; The Child Psychologist position is open to experienced psychologists as well as residents in need of 1-year post-doc experience; The Adult and Forensic Psychologist position requires a Florida psychologist license and newly licensed psychologists are encouraged to apply.




D.O., M.D.
Employment Type
Full Time