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POSITION:  Pediatric Clinical Psychologist/ Neuropsychologist

DATE: Immediate Availability


This Psychologist is responsible for conducting psychological evaluations of children and adolescents to assist in determining targeted interventions and/or support to help our clients in all aspects of their development. The Center for Mindful Families is a boutique private practice designed to provide developmentally-appropriate and trauma-sensitive therapy services for families and individuals of all ages. Our mindful therapeutic approach is an effective method to support the entire family from pregnancy onward. Specialties include interventions that address infant mental health, social-emotional difficulties, trauma, and issues related to LGBTQ children, teens, and adults, as well as gifted children and highly sensitive children and adults.  



Minimum Qualifications:

Candidate shall possess a doctoral degree in psychology from an APA accredited program, as well as:

  • License as a clinical psychologist or neuropsychologist in Florida

  • Minimum 1 year of prior testing experience

  • Minimum of 2 years working with children ages 12 and under, in a clinical setting

  • Ability to provide in-person services


Position Includes:

  • Comfortable, supportive work environment with opportunities for ongoing clinical consultation

  • Use of office (and playroom) 1 – 2 days per week, with opportunity to expand to full-time  

  • Company branding and marketing

  • Company phone line and service

  • Client referrals from practice


Expectations of the Psychologist:

  • Psychologist is responsible for completing any and all documentation pursuant to the requirements of the Florida Board of Psychology.

  • Psychologist will follow company guidelines regarding policies, procedures and payment for services.

  • Psychologist will provide services as a member of the Center for Mindful Families and may benefit from marketing individual services in order to promote client development.

  • Psychologist will collaborate with leadership to improve our clinical approach and processes to create the best experience for each family. 

  • Psychologist will exhibit excellent written and oral communication skills, with ability to connect with children and families of different ages and from various cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. 



  • Conduct screenings and evidence-based diagnostic outpatient evaluations of children and adolescents using psychological assessments for the following evaluations, among others: ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Dyslexia, Gifted, Intellectual Disability, Learning Disability, etc.

  • Measure and interpret test results and provide appropriate feedback (oral and written) to families in a timely manner. Write letters, notes, and formal clinical reports on client contacts. Communicate progress as appropriate. 

  • Conduct DSM diagnostic evaluation of children and adolescents, if appropriate.


To apply, please submit a letter of interest, resume (CV), and two de-identified work samples (e.g., reports) addressed to Tara McDonnell at, or contact with questions at (561) 898-0717.

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