Northeast Georgia Psychological Services

Northeast Georgia Psychological Services (NGPS) is a thriving private practice located in Hoschton, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta. We are currently accepting applications for 2 postdoctoral position openings. NGPS is a growing practice that provides outpatient psychotherapy and assessments to adults, children, and families. Qualifying experience will include comprehensive training and experience in clinical interview, psychological assessment, and report writing. Postdocotral fellows will obtain clinical training in working with both adults, children, and adolescents. Postdoctoral fellows will have the opportunity to work with diverse and underserved populations. Postdoctoral fellows will also attain a wide range of experiences during the postdoctoral year, including assessment, clinical interviewing, and report writing. There are also opportunities for postdocotoral fellows to gain professional development and training in the psychological practice from a business perspective. Additionally, there are opportunities for postdoctoral fellows to provide psychotherapy services, as well. Postdocotoral fellows are able to gain exposure to a wide array of assessments, potentially including Social Security Disability evaluations, general diagnostic evaluations, fitness for duty,vocational rehabilitation evaluations, assessments for surgical/medical clearance, and psychoeducational evaluations. Postdoctoral fellows will be supervised by a licensed psychologist and will meet qualifications for licensure in the state of Georgia. If the postdoctoral fellow is seeking licensure in a state other than Georgia, we will work to provide supervision commensurate with the requirements of state in which the postdoc is seeking licensure. Prospective applicants should have excellent report writing skills and be prepared for a rewarding experience. The majority of our postdoctoral fellows opt for a 40 hour per week fellowship for a period of one year. However, the postdocotoral fellowship schedule is flexible based on the needs of the postdoctoral fellow. Part time as well as full time students are considered. Additionally, there are opportunities for both one year and two year fellowships, as well. Competitive pay is offered. The preferred start date is flexible and can begin as early as May 2018 and as late as September 2018. Applicants should e-mail their curriculum vita and a sample report with a cover letter to [email protected]. Please visit our website at