Both of these positions will train you to perform brief behavioral assessments of clients entering the welfare-to-work program. One is bachelors-level, with language skills required, and the other is masters-level (language skills optional).
These positions present superb opportunities for new clinicians to hone and sharpen their assessment skills, and are perfect for those wanting to enhance their graduate school applications with field experience. Please see the RAMS Employment page for these listings and more!
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Jessica Katzman, Psy.D.
I'm a psychologist with a private practice in San Francisco's Castro District. I'm interested in harm reduction, LGBTQQIAAP issues, psychedelic integration, social justice conversations, size acceptance, and any intersections of the above. I welcome your comments!
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