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Employment Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in working at Saratoga Center for the Family! We currently have the following positions open: 

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Saratoga Center for the Family, a non-profit agency with main offices located in Saratoga Springs NY, has an exciting opportunity for a Licensed Clinical Psychologist to join the team.

Required: Candidates must posses a PhD, PsyD, other license eligible Clinical Psychology degree or equivalent. New York State license required.

Function: Administer psychological evaluation, testing and other measures to children and adults, act as a primary clinician and provide training and consultation to the clinical department.


· Support the agency’s stated mission, short and long term goals and other development plans.

· Conduct clinical interviews, review case histories and consult with collaterals and agency clinicians as appropriate.

· Administer and interpret cognitive, developmental, emotional, behavioral, personality and other specialized psychological tests/instruments.

· Interpret test results and write thorough reports with relevant diagnoses and comprehensive treatment recommendations.

· Provide feedback to clients, family members, collateral service providers, and agency clinicians as appropriate.

· May act as a primary clinician for a small number of clients.

· Participate in all training, didactics and other professional growth opportunities.

· Participate in staff meetings and group clinical supervision on a regular basis.

· Conduct In-Service training for the agency.

· Keep abreast of the current trends and developments in the field of psychology, psychological testing, and evidence supported clinical methods, interventions and techniques.

· Provide supervision to psychology practicum students as necessary.

· Play a role in furthering a holistic, wellness based approach throughout the agency’s programs.

· Fulfill other responsibilities as requested by the Clinical Director and/or Executive Director.

· Adhere to ethical conduct and performance standards as described in the American Psychological Association’s Code of Ethics: GUIDELINES FOR PRACTICE: The Clinical Psychologist will follow the Ethical Principles of Psychologists & General Guidelines for Providers of Psychological Services as established by the American Psychological Association. The Psychologist shall adhere to all state and federal laws pertaining to his/her profession.

The Center is currently seeking to fill a full-time Licensed Clinical Psychologist position. The position may be able to be split into two part-time positions should candidates be interested in part-time opportunities.

Interested parties please submit cover letter and resume.

No phone calls please.


  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Retirement plan
  • Paid time off
  • Flexible schedule
  • Parental leave
  • Professional development assistance

School Based Therapist - Bethlehem SD

Saratoga Center for the Family, a non-profit with our main offices located in Saratoga Springs, has an exciting opportunity for self-motivated and committed therapists in our school based program at Bethlehem School District. This is a 10 month position that follows the school based calendar, mirroring the school schedule with some additional afternoon appointments for parents; as well as 25 days of employment during the summer school vacation. Client base presents with a variety of concerns including victims of abuse and violence, trauma, families with parenting concerns, general anxiety and depression and behavioral problems. Experience with treatment of trauma, sexual abuse, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and School based Mental Health experience preferred.

This role supports students and their families, as an employee of Saratoga Center for the Family in a school based position, fulfilling the following responsibilities:
· Provide individual and family psychotherapy
· Be responsible for initial mental health evaluations
· Collaboration with families, school staff, and outside providers
· Complete all necessary paperwork

Why Saratoga Center for the Family?

  • School based position follows the school calendar with 25 days of work during the summer months
  • Cohesive and supportive work environment
  • Referrals supplied
  • Minimal paperwork
  • Paid evidence based trainings
  • Agency provided administrative support
  • Clinical Supervision at all levels of licensure
  • Flexible schedule and hours which may include telehealth from home
  • Guaranteed hourly rate/not fee for service


  • Valid New York State License to practice Mental Health Therapy

Only licensed clinicians will be considered

Salary: $27.00 - $29.00 per hour


  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Flexible spending account
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Parental leave
  • Professional development assistance
  • Retirement plan
  • Vision insurance

Outreach and Education Specialist

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: This individual will be instrumental in assisting with an Outreach and Education Program. The Program aims to enhance community awareness regarding the array of services offered by the agency, particularly focusing on child-abuse prevention education. This is a contracted position through September 2024 with potential for direct hire.


  • Deliver outreach and education programs to community members, increasing awareness and prevention of child sexual and physical abuse – travel throughout the community and coordinating all details is required
  • Coordinate community events with local organizations to develop and strengthen strategic community partnerships, and engage local leaders and stakeholders
  • Market training opportunities and prevention materials to organizations including, but not limited to, agencies serving children and youth, faith-based organizations, educational institutions, alternative education settings, local businesses, and other human service agencies
  • Utilize various communication methods to disseminate child abuse prevention resources to families and community members including in person, online, and social media platforms
  • Utilize appropriate evaluation tools to ensure quality assurance
  • Participate in Professional Development related to child abuse prevention and education


  • Strong written and public speaking skills
  • Knowledge and experience in effective training and group facilitation techniques both in person and online
  • Experience and ability presenting comfortably to a diverse array of individuals and groups including but not limited to children, youth, and adult populations
  • Demonstrated comfort presenting on sensitive safety topics in age-appropriate and developmentally appropriate ways
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint) and other computer software
  • Ability to effectively prioritize and organize assignments in a fast paced environment
  • Respect for diversity and a commitment to developing multicultural competency sensitivity
  • Ability to build and maintain positive working relationships with multiple stakeholders
  • Ability to work in a collaborative team setting


Bachelor’s degree required in education, human services or related field. Background knowledge of child abuse or child advocacy centers a plus.