Hourly Psychologist (Counseling/Training)

Status: Now hiring for this position – apply now!

Location: California

Job Type: Part-time Position


  • Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Psychology with the California
  • Commission on Teacher Credentialing
  • Experience with providing counseling services
  • Experience with developing and delivering trainings
  • Willingness to travel as needed
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) is a plus
  • Licensed Educational Psychologist/Licensed Psychologist a plus

Psyched Services is changing the world, one kid at a time! From assessment to intervention, Psyched Services partners with families and schools to help kids learn so they can do. We value a growth mindset, combined with a collaborative, tenacious spirit. If you’re looking to join a team of like-minded professionals who support each other’s growth, we would be psyched to have you!
The Hourly Psychologist position is a flexible, part-time work opportunity that focuses on providing  counseling services as well as developing and delivering trainings. Additional duties include consultation/coaching and resource and content development. Furthermore, you may be asked to conduct psychoeducational, ERMHS, and academic assessments, as well as record reviews and IEEs. Our unique collaborative assessment model means that we, as a team of professionals, work together to deliver efficient, high-quality assessments that are research-based and strengths-focused. We take the time to listen carefully and explain thoroughly, making sure all parties involved understand the challenges the child faces, what support they need to overcome those challenges, and what steps parents, school professionals, and students themselves can take to ensure success. 

Job Duties:

  • Providing counseling services to students (virtual and/or in-person).
  • Developing and delivering trainings to clients (school psychologists, school teams, and parents) and team members.
  • Providing consultation and/or coaching services to school teams, and parents.
  • Developing resources and content.
  • Conducting student observations.
  • Administering and interpreting diagnostic tests.
  • Interviewing parents, teachers, and students.
  • Collaborating with members of the IEP team/agency personnel and with members of the assessment team.
  • Preparing written assessment reports for each student evaluated.
  • Presenting results at the IEP team meeting.
  • Attending regular 1:1 meetings with manager/supervisor.
  • Attending performance review meetings.
  • Attending staff and team meetings.
  • Performing other duties as assigned.


  • Competitive pay with performance-based incentives of up to 15%
  • 401(k) with 3% match
  • Flexible schedule
  • Partial work from home
  • Sick leave
  • Employee Assistance Program
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