COUNSELOR EDUCATION PROGRAM -- North Carolina Central University

A Message for Alumni

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SUPPORT THE COUNSELING PROGRAM

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Part-Time or Full-Time openings for a clinical/forensic psychologist or therapist at Wynns Family Psychology. We are a thriving, premier child/adolescent practice with offices in Cary, North Raleigh, and Greensboro, NC. Licensed master’s level therapists or licensed psychologists are preferred, but post docs may also apply.

We are a busy child/adolescent practice with established presence and excellent reputation in NC focused on therapy, testing, and group services for children and teens. We also have a niche focused on providing therapy and custody consultation services for divorced or divorcing parents.

The culture at WFP is very high energy and positive. We believe laughter and humor is healing, and therefore pull it into our work with clients as well as our interactions with each other. Successful clinicians at WFP have a strong work ethic, good time management, strong assessment skills, the ability to work well independently, solid written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to be on the receiving end of a prank with a smile.

Other perks? Flexible schedule. No insurance (fee for service)! Competitive pay! Extensive training/collaboration/consultation opportunities and a focus on diversity!

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