Conducting psychotherapy with children (age 5 and up), adolescents, adults and families seeing clients virtually (majority of cases) and in-person (using precautions) using supportive and evidence-based approaches. Conducting psychological evaluations with immigrant families who are seeking support with maintaining family cohesion. Collaborating with professionals across disciplines for treatment planning and care coordination. Part-time position can increase to full-time.Doctoral degree in Psychology (Licensed or Permit Holder) or Social Work or Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling Psychology, School Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy or equivalent program from an accredited graduate program is required. Experience in and comfort with the following is preferred, but not required: CBT, EMDR, DBT, play therapy, parent skills training, family therapy, mindfulness techniques, couples therapy, fluency in Spanish.