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Classified Title Full-Time Psychologist, Neuropsychologist, or Therapist - Graven & Associates, PLLC
Classified Description

Are you seeking a professional work environment and stability in your career? Are you frustrated in dealing with insurance companies, and administrative tasks, and struggling with growth financially? Let us solve those annoying problems for you and help you reach success.

Graven & Associates, PLLC is an established private psychology and neuropsychology group practice in Louisville, Kentucky. We’ve provided assessments and therapies in the Louisville area since 2015 and are seeking full-time master's and doctoral-level providers to join our team. Applicants must be eligible to be licensed at the Doctoral or Master’s level in the state of Kentucky. We also offer supervision for temporary licensed providers and postdoctoral candidates.

We provide a number of benefits for our team members:

  • Competitive salaries and splits
  • Health and retirement benefits
  • Targeted marketing to your patient population of interest
  • Free access to our HIPAA-compliant EHR and telehealth platform
  • Quantitative analysis of your caseload to maximize your income potential
  • Free use of our comprehensive collection of testing equipment and original protocols
  • Efficient support staff and billing department
  • Master-level technicians for testing

We complete all provider credentialing and patient benefit verification for our team members. We are also successful in collecting almost 95% of all claims. Our experience and efficiency have built an office environment that frees you from the stress of patient no-shows, claim denials, and reduced reimbursements.

Contact Instructions  If you are interested in discussing this opportunity, please reach out to Dr. Jacquelyn Graven at (502) 690-8024 or [email protected]. We would also like to invite you to view our website at
Classified Title

Associate or Professor in Pediatrics, Division of Forensic

Classified Description

Kentucky Children’s Hospital and the University of Kentucky are seeking to recruit a Faculty Member for the Division of Forensic Pediatrics. The ideal candidate would join a vibrant and collaborative division; will have an outstanding record of patient care; and have a clinical research focused interest on identifying outcomes of child maltreatment including substance misuse and effective preventative interventions.

1.Hold an PhD or PsyD with a sustained record of excellent patient care and scholarly academic activities
2.Be recruited at the Associate Professor, or Professor level to the University of Kentucky
3.Have demonstrated effective leadership in clinical service and teaching in developmental-behavioral pediatrics

This position will provide Forensic Pediatric services at the University of Kentucky Medical Center (UKMC), Kentucky Children’s Hospital (KCH), and Department of Pediatrics. This position will provide quality and cost-effective care to patients, teach students and residents, engage in professional development activities, with designated research duties on behalf of the Division of Pediatric Forensic Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics. This position will serve as the Coaches for the Kids Foundation Endowed Research Professorship in Child Abuse Pediatrics with time primarily allocated for clinical research focused on identifying outcomes of child maltreatment including substance misuse and effective preventative interventions. This position will also provide some clinical psychological services to pediatric patients that have experienced trauma and will have teaching opportunities in pediatric psychology. This position will also provide faculty resources to sustain and expand teaching, advising and other instructional activities for the Pediatric Residency programs and the College of Medicine medical students and future Child Abuse Fellowship. This position will be housed in the Division of Pediatric Forensic Medicine for the Department of Pediatrics and will be appointed in the Special Title Series with tenure eligibility. Department of Pediatrics ( The Division of Forensics is a major Division within the Department of Pediatrics. The Department of Pediatrics consists of over one hundred faculty members and is composed of allergy/immunology, developmental behavioral, child psychiatry, community pediatrics, critical care, endocrinology, gastroenterology, genetics/metabolism, general pediatrics, hematology/oncology, hospitalist medicine, infectious disease, neonatology, nephrology, neurology, pediatric surgery, pulmonary, radiology, research, rheumatology, and school health.
The Department has an outstanding training program in General Pediatrics and three combined training programs:
1) Internal Medicine and Pediatrics,
2) Triple Board Program in Pediatrics, Adult Psychiatry, and Child Psychiatry, and
3) Child Neurology.
UK Pediatrics also offers unique programs directed at child advocacy and international health. Kentucky Children’s Hospital ( The Kentucky Children’s Hospital (KCH), a hospital-within-a-hospital, serves as a subspecialty regional referral and pediatric care center for Central and Eastern Kentucky. A renovated KCH entrance and 36,000 sq. ft. NICU opened in April 2018. KCH is a 177-bed facility with 54 acute care (non-ICU) beds, a 12-bed PICU, a 16-bed cardiac ICU, a 81 NICU, a 16-bed step down unit, and an 8-bed outpatient area open 24 hours daily for medication infusions and/or medical observations. Following a “hospital-within-a-hospital” model with dedicated pediatric radiology, surgery, transport, sedation team, and phlebotomy services, KCH offers full service in-house multidisciplinary support for pediatrics and young adult patients up to age 29 years.

• Over 100 pediatric faculty, including over 70 subspecialists
• PICU team with 11 intensivists performing 25 ECMO cases per year
• Residency programs in Pediatrics; Internal Medicine and Pediatrics; Triple Board Program in Pediatrics, Adult Psychiatry, and Child Psychiatry; and Child Neurology
• Fellowship training program in NeonatologyUniversity of Kentucky (

The University of Kentucky (UK) is a leading land-grant and public research university located in the beautiful Bluegrass region of central Kentucky. Counted among the highest level of Carnegie Research institutions, the University is in the midst of aggressive efforts to become one of the nation’s premier public research universities with expectations that the College of Medicine will grow significantly in research stature and NIH ranking.UK College of Medicine ( Founded in 1960, the UK College of Medicine (UKCOM) produces highly qualified, caring physicians and the next generation of biomedical scientists to serve the people of Kentucky and the nation. Grants and contracts in UKCOM reached over $100 million last year, including nearly $80 million in National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding. The College is one of six health-related colleges at the University (Dentistry, Health Sciences, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Public Health) and is located on UK’s main campus in Lexington, KY. Lexington KY and the Bluegrass ( Lexington, Kentucky, has a population estimated at more than 315,000, with a larger metro area of more than 630,000, and it is often ranked as one of the best places to live in the country. Situated in the “Heart of the Bluegrass,” it is located approximately 70 miles from Cincinnati and Louisville. It is a lovely and affordable place to live, full of friendly people and fun things to do.

Contact Instructions 

Candidates should apply by email to the University of Kentucky, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Forensic Medicine, Attn: Ashetin Soleimani-Meigooni, [email protected], Faculty Recruitment Coordinator. Applications should include a curriculum vita and a description of clinical and scholarly interests. Applicants should also provide the names and addresses of at least three professional references. Applications will be reviewed as received and invitations to interview will be extended to competitive candidates.




Classified Title

Staff Psychologist - Eastern Kentucky University

Classified Description

Position Type: Fulltime Staff 

Search Type: External - minimum 7 daysDepartment: 20R000 - Office of the ProvostDivision: 2R0000 - Academic Affairs

Position Location: Richmond Campus 

Driver Classification:FLSA: Exempt Schedule Type: Full Time (37.5 hrs per week or more)Hours Per Week: 37.5Additional Schedule Details: Retirement: KTRSContact Person: Kevin Stanley, Ph.D.

An EKU Staff Psychologist assists in the mission of the EKU Counseling Center by promoting the personal, social, and career development of EKU students. A Staff Psychologist provides the full range of counseling center services: individual and group counseling, outreach, crisis intervention, consultation, referral, supervision, education/training of the university community on early detection of distressed students and how to refer, assessment, and outcome research. Providing services consistent with the current standard of care and adhering to professional standards is highly emphasized. The position requires the successful applicant to maintain appropriate clinical documentation according to established protocol. A Staff Psychologist uses relevant assessment/diagnostic tools for identification of needs of client. Other duties as assigned by the Director.

Minimum Qualifications Education: 

Doctorate from an APA accredited program in clinical or counseling psychology. APA accredited internship is required and must be successfully completed by the time of employment.Experience: Minimum of 1 year of related counseling experience is required, preferably in a University Counseling Center (doctoral internship can count as experience). Must have experience and training in time-limited modalities, and knowledge of the psychological and developmental needs of the college population. Must possess skills and experience with individual and group counseling, outreach programming, the use of standard diagnostic assessment tools and supervision.

Licensure & Certifications: 

Must be licensed or license-eligible as a Psychologist in the state of Kentucky by the time of employment. Must be fully licensed within the first 18 months of employment. Individual will be responsible to maintain license after attainment.Preferred Qualifications:Job Duties:

• 60% - Provides psychotherapy to the university's students in both individual and group session. 

• 10% - Oversees and reviews the clinical work of professional and professionals in training. 

 5% - Pursues Professional Development and Continuing Education. • 5% - Develops and provides outreach programming on mental health issues to the university community. 

• 5% - Consults with university and local community on psychological issues as related to university students. - 

• 5% - Gathers data and develop research and evaluation tools to ensure continued improvement of provided services. 

• 5% - Provides Crisis Management. 

• 5% - Support the office functions by completing all other duties and special projects as assigned 


Visa sponsorship will be considered on a case-by-case basis, depending upon the needs of the unit, available sponsorship budget, and the qualifications of the candidate.

Funding Source: Institutional 

Open Until Filled: Yes 

Special Instructions: AA/EEO Statement 

Eastern Kentucky University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and educational institution and does not discriminate on the basis of age (40 and over), race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, ethnicity, disability, national origin, veteran status, or genetic information in the admission to, or participation in, any educational program or activity (e.g., athletics, academics and housing) which it conducts or any employment policy or practice. Background Check Statement Offers of employment are contingent upon a satisfactory background check.

Contact Instructions 

To apply, please visit:




Classified Title

Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Psychological Practitioner, or Licensed Psychological Associate - Heartfelt Solutions

Classified Description Heartfelt Solutions is a premier provider of quality-driven therapy services. Our mission is to improve the quality of life and increase independence for individuals by providing effective person-centered and evidence-based services. Our mental health clinicians take a collaborative and person-centered approach to help address the issues that are most important to you and support you in making lasting life changes. We provide services across various settings, including clinic-based, homes, schools, and the community.
Our Mental Health Therapists embrace the following core values:

Unconditional respect and positive regard for all
Promotion of healthy relationships and healthy lifestyles
Promotion of self-sufficiency and independence to the greatest extent possible
The belief that all individuals can contribute to their community
The belief that all individuals have rights, freedoms, and access to any necessary adaptations
Empowerment of individuals to live, work, socialize, and enjoy leisure in the least restrictive environment
● Administer a variety of psychological testing, analyze test results, and provide feedback to referral sources
● Maintain and complete service documentation such as psychosocial assessments, progress notes, treatment plans, case reviews, court reports, letters, etc., according to prescribed standards.
● Collaborate with external agents, school officials, family members, physicians, and other health agencies, as needed.
● Attend and participate in staff meetings, treatment planning meetings, and case collaboration as appropriate.
● Perform clinical services, including initial intakes and counseling services.
● Must be comfortable working with clients with developmental and cognitive differences, autism spectrum, and varying degrees of mental health diagnoses
● Must be comfortable working with adults and children.
● Graduate degree in a mental health discipline that allows practice as an LP, LPP, or LPA
● Licensed to provide mental health services in Kentucky as a Licensed Psychologist, LicensedPsychological Practitioner, or Licensed Psychological Associate.
● Ability to complete psychological, neuropsychological, and/or psychoeducational evaluations
● Three to six months of clinical service delivery experience. This is a great opportunity for an early career clinician.
● Ability to handle caseload with varying levels of client disability and need.
● Experience working with clients from diverse backgrounds and differing socioeconomic statuses is preferred.
● Possessing a mindset of a lifelong learner with a passion for continuing to grow as a clinician is highly preferred.

Contact Instructions

If you're interested in applying please send your resume or opportunity inquiry by email to Katelyn Wernz at [email protected].

Classified Title Part-Time Psychologist or Psychological Associate
Classified Description A small busy private practice in Northern Kentucky is seeking a part-time psychologist or psychological associate to administer intellectual, educational, and social/emotional testing to children, adolescents, and adults. This position will be flexible in times and will start with one full testing battery every other week or more depending on your need. Referrals will be provided. You will be responsible for completing the clinical interview, testing, scoring, interpreting, and writing of the report. Supervision and/or consultation will be provided. Salary will be based on the number of batteries completed. There may be opportunities for therapy, though testing is the primary employment goal for now.
Contact Instructions If you are interested or have further questions, please contact Stephanie McManama at [email protected].
Classified Title Full-Time Psychologist, LPAs, LPPs,-Wellpath
Classified Description Are you seeking a professional work environment and stability in your career? Wellpath is a Culture of caring. If there is one unifying characteristic of everyone at Wellpath, it is the deep desire to make a difference by helping society’s most vulnerable and often overlooked individuals. For those of you whose calling it is to serve others, this is your moment. Your chance to join our family and be a part of our mission to care for those desperately in need, and to do your part to heal the world, one patient at a time. Great Careers for Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Psychological Associate, and Licensed Psychological Practitioner.

To qualify you will need the following:


Doctorate in psychology


Licensed to practice psychology in the State by the appropriate state licensing agency


Experience with mental health delivery systems

Significant professional experience in the mental field that indicates knowledge of diagnosis and treatment of psychological disorders and psychological evaluation techniques, including psychological assessment instruments

As a member of the Wellpath Mental Health team you will be:

Responsible to provide clinical and consultation services in accordance with policies and procedures of The Company Solutions (The Company) and the standards of the American Psychological Association (APA), NCCHC, and ACA.

Responsible to provide clinical services such as diagnosis and treatment of mental illness, psychological testing/assessment, psychological evaluations, crisis management services and other clinical services typically considered within the scope of practice of doctoral level psychologists.

Provide direct clinical services duties as outlined in the position description of Psychologist as needed to meet institutional mental health service requirements. These duties may include diagnosis and treatment of mental illness, psychological assessment/testing, psychological evaluations, training to staff in areas relevant to Psychologist's clinical duties, and crisis intervention.

Ensure that services provided are in accordance with relevant ethical and professional standards of care.

Participation in case staffing or care management meetings involving active clinical cases assigned to Psychologist.

Participation in any quality improvement activities that involve psychology services.

Ensure clinical documentation is completed professionally and in a timely manner. Maintain data regarding services rendered relevant to departmental statistical needs.

In consultation with clinical and administrative supervisors, develop and implement goals and objectives for clinical services provided. May assist in the development and refinement of facility policies and procedures to ensure that these not only meet recognized standards, but also the institution's General Orders.

May assist in departmental staff selection and recruitment.

May assist in administrative and managerial responsibilities and duties of the Mental Health Coordinator in the absence of that staff member; such would be under the direction of the Health Services Administrator.

Immediately notify the Mental Health Coordinator or Director of any instances of serious suicide attempts, completed suicides, use of therapeutic restraints, or use of forced medications. Assist in review of any inadequacies with crisis intervention services and implement corrective steps as needed.

Provide timely notification to the Mental Health Coordinator or Director of clinical concerns that may impact a client or the mental health services program.

May be asked to review any psychological reports completed by other mental health staff.

May be asked to provide professional education or staff development of mental health professionals at the facility and for training of other facility staff regarding mental health issues.

May be asked to participate in supervision of other staff or become involved in supervision of an intern.

Comply with employee standards of the Facility. Compliance includes, but is not limited to, the maintenance of a working environment and personal appearance consistent with professional responsibilities, development of harmonious working relationships, and timely notification of supervisory personnel of absences from institution.

May be required to arrange and/or participate in a system of 24-hour crisis intervention services. Immediately notify the The Company Supervisor of any instances of suicide attempts, completed suicides, use of therapeutic restraints, or use of forced medications. Review any inadequacies with crisis intervention services and implement corrective steps as needed.

Must be able to obtain and maintain security clearance.

Must be able to apply principles of critical thinking to a variety of practical and emergent situations and accurately follow standardized procedures that may call for deviations.

Must be able to apply sound judgment beyond a specific set of instructions and apply knowledge to different factual situations.

Must be alert at all times; pay close attention to details.

Must be able to work under stress on a regular or continuous basis.

Post orders, if applicable, per site contract.

Perform other duties as assigned.

Wellpath is an EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability Employer

Up to $10K BONUS available!

Contact Instructions If you are interested in discussing this opportunity, please reach out to

Tamela R. Cooke, Healthcare Recruiter at (502) 206-2052. Opportunities await you throughout the State of Kentucky!

Classified Title Neuropsychological and Psychological Technician Position
Classified Description Graven & Associates has part-time and full-time openings for technicians. Experience in psychological and/or neuropsychological testing is recommended. Applicants must be temp or fully licensed in psychology at the Masters level in the state of Kentucky. Supervision will be provided. We provide hourly pay, administrative support, billing, a variety of testing equipment, and new office furnishings. Applicants will gain a great amount of experience testing patients of various ages and diagnoses by directly working with licensed psychologists and neuropsychologists on their cases. If you are interested in the position, but don't quite meet the qualifications, please go ahead and submit your information as we will have a growing need to add more technicians in the future. 
Contact Instructions  If you are interested in applying to the positions available, please send your cover letter and resume to Dr. Graven at [email protected] You are also welcome to email or call 502-690-8024 with any questions. 
Classified Title Office space - Louisville, KY
Classified Description

Office space available for rent in Bakery Square building. Office is part of a larger suite and has access to shared bathroom, kitchenette area, printer/fax/copier. Fully furnished. Area is ideal for testing/assessment or psychotherapy. Opportunities for cross-referral available; other practitioners are assessors and frequently in need of referral source for therapy. The building is in the NULU area with ready access to downtown/market street. Building Sub-lease will be Month-to-month and pricing to be based on usage.

Contact Instructions  Please contact Dr. Greg Perri at 502-383-9885 or [email protected]


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