Small Brooklyn Psychology (www.smallbrooklyn.com) is a private group practice at Industry City in Brooklyn, founded by Mandi White-Ajmani, PhD. We are looking to add another dynamic, warm, insightful, and discerning psychologist or social worker to our diverse, amazing team. The position is full-time, well-compensated, and will require some in-person clinical service.
Only fully licensed, fully vaccinated and boosted clinicians with a very strong background in EBTs will be considered.
We are a full-service organization that provides high-quality neuropsychological evaluations, therapy, and consultation. We work with people of all ages—from toddlers through older adults—but we have a special competency with kids, parents, and families.
Many parents seeking therapy for their children are worried, confused, and overwhelmed, so we do our best to provide an experience that is warm, patient, highly personalized, and truly useful. We also operate from best practices in clinical psychology and neuropsychology, using methods that are grounded in research and also feasible in the real world.
Brooklyn is a growing and thriving market, with ample opportunity to provide world- class services to families seeking help. Small Brooklyn Psychology meets the needs of these families right in their own borough. Our offices are housed in Industry City, an energetic campus full of food, events, and community spaces.
We are seeking a full-time child psychologist or social worker to join the treatment arm of our practice and to meet our large demand for psychological services. We are looking for someone with the following qualifications:
Holds a doctoral degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology OR an LCSW from an accredited graduate program
Is fully licensed to practice psychology or social work independently in New York State
Has extensive experience in using cognitive-behavioral therapy and its variants to treat children (approximately 5-25 years old) who present with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, neurodevelopmental disorders, and/or behavioral dysregulation
Has extensive experience in working with parents to manage children’s behavior using Parent Management Training (PMT), Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), SPACE, Triple P, Incredible Years, or an equivalent
We will give extra consideration to therapists with deep experience in treating autistic individuals, in using Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for Children (DBT-C), and/or in using Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and its adaptations
Besides technical qualifications, we are also seeking a colleague with the following characteristics:
Is an independent and autonomous thinker who enjoys working in a collaborative, fast-paced, team-based environment, with regular peer supervision
Is adaptable, efficient, and able to think/act creatively to help clients and the practice
Learns quickly and is always looking for more growth opportunities
Welcomes feedback from the team in order to hone skills
Is a clear, warm, compassionate, and professional communicator who can help change their clients’ lives
Is detail-oriented and committed to ensuring accuracy and fidelity in communication and treatment with clients, colleagues, and families
Specific duties include:
Provides a full range of therapeutic services for children, grounded in CBT and other evidence-supported methods, across the developmental and psychological spectrum
Makes recommendations for treatment and improvement based on the latest research and best practices
Consults with families, schools, and other treatment providers as needed
Teaches/trains/supervises psychology and social work trainees
Writes content as needed for practice publications (very occasionally)
Gives presentations and workshops for community organizations (very occasionally)
Assists creatively whenever possible to contribute to the needs of the practice
This is a full-time position, with annual compensation in the range of $150,000-190,000. Health, dental, and vision benefits are available, as are retirement plans and training stipends. Therapists currently offer both in-person and virtual services as needed. We do our best to provide a supportive, collaborative, flexible, COVID-safe, and family-friendly environment, and we’re hoping to bring on someone who can flourish in this busy and growing practice.
We welcome colleagues of all races, ethnicities, gender expressions, sexual orientations, and religious affiliations.
If you possess all these qualifications and characteristics and would like to join Small Brooklyn Psychology, please introduce yourself and send your CV and cover letter to Mandi at email@example.com – We’re looking forward to meeting you!
Part-Time Administrative Assistant
Small Brooklyn is comprised of psychologists, social workers, and neuropsychologists who strive to help people learn deep, dynamic, and actionable information about themselves and then use that information to grow and change. We work with people of all ages, all cultures, all identities, and all histories, who might be struggling with all kinds of problems.
We have a special competency with kids, teens, parents, and families,
who make up about 85% of our clientele.
We know that we need to put our very best into every interaction with our clients, so our practice needs to be highly organized and highly personalized in order to provide high-quality services. We’re looking for another team member to help us with this!
Who You Are: A ROCKSTAR Administrative Assistant who can keep up with us. You must be:
A kind people-person who genuinely wants to help people
A sharp observer and fast thinker who can notice opportunities and challenges as they arise
A creative problem solver who doesn’t just robotically follow orders but anticipates next steps and can adapt on the fly
An independent thinker who is still happy to be part of the team
A self-disciplined doer who can prioritize and multitask as needed to deliver assignments when promised
An organized detail-monger who can accurately and reliably manage 8 different short- and long-term projects at once
A clear, compassionate, and professional communicator who can connect and follow through with clients as effectively as you can collaborate with us
A life-long learner who is committed to growth and who understands that this role and this business is likely to change over time
What You Need to Do: Execute your role with precision, care about the clients you are working with, and find ways to creatively enhance what is already happening.
Interact warmly and professionally with our clients during office visits, phone calls, and email exchanges
Manage the waiting room when multiple children and adults are present
Keep the office space neat and well-stocked
Assist clinicians with administrative and technical tasks, as needed
Provide administrative support, as needed, including scanning, shredding, data entry, online research, and other projects
Hours and Compensation: We are looking for someone who can be in-person at our office space (Industry City, Building 4, 68 35th Street, #C-556 in Sunset Park) between the hours of 4–7 PM, Monday–Thursday. Compensation will be $25/hour, paid semi-monthly.
We do our best to provide a supportive, collaborative, flexible, COVID-safe, and family-friendly environment, and we’re hoping to bring on someone who can flourish in this busy and growing practice.
We welcome colleagues of all races, ethnicities, gender expressions,
sexual orientations, and religious affiliations.
If you possess all these qualifications and characteristics and would like to join Small Brooklyn Psychology, please send your resume and cover letter, both in PDF format, to Mandi at firstname.lastname@example.org. Use the subject line Application for Admin Asst Position.