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School Psychologist- Indianapolis, Indiana

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Schools - School Psychologist
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Indianapolis, IN
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Posted 5 days ago
Soliant Health

Soliant has collaborated with a school district in the Ann Arbor, Michigan area that is seeking a School Psychologist. This is a full-time contract position for the 20/21 school year.



• Provide school psychological services to any pupil

• Conduct interviews and collect direct and indirect measures of behavioral problems, for the purposes of understanding academic and behavioral problems, implementing appropriate evidence-based interventions, and evaluating the effects of those interventions

• Collaborate with staff in planning educational intervention, curriculum, behavioral management, and teaching strategies, including early intervention approaches

• Consult, counsel, and collaborate with pupils, parents, school personnel, and appropriate outside personnel regarding mental health, behavioral and educational concerns utilizing psychological principals

• Provide psychological evaluations for pupils referred as candidates for special education programs and provide reports to the appropriate educational authority

• Provide direct psychological interventions that include both individual and group interventions using psychological principles

• Conduct behavior assessments, including functional behavior assessments

• Perform systematic direct observations of pupils

• Administer tests which may include intelligence, achievement, personality, adaptive behavior, observations, checklists, interviews, and curriculum-based assessment or measures

• Interpret the psychological and other diagnostic data for professionals, parents, pupils, and appropriate others

• Collaborate in program planning and evaluation services for decision-making purposes which may include eligibility decisions and data-based problem solving

• Design and implement instructional support and assessment systems, such as response to intervention approaches and curriculum-based assessment or measurement

• Contribute to and evaluate the effects of prevention, early intervention, and crisis intervention programs,

including systems level mental health programs such as school wide positive behavior support plans

• Conduct research and program evaluations for the purpose of improvement of services

• Maintain treatment/progress notes and Medicaid documentation per professional standards

• Complete IEP, MET, Medicaid and treatment forms/report

Job Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Educational or School Psychology.
  • Must have Valid Michigan License as a School Psychologist or necessary prerequisites to obtain School Psychologist license.
  • NASP Certification is a PLUS.
  • Out of state candidates are encouraged to apply.
  • If interested in this opportunity please call Erika Stenson at 770-510-7035 and send your resume to


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