2021-2022 Postdoctoral Fellowship in Group Private Practice

Great Life Counseling Center is offering a very unique group private practice opportunity for 2 gifted & highly motivated postdoctoral fellows! Great Life Counseling Center (GLCC) is a private counseling center based in Addison, TX, which provides a variety of psychological services and specializes in marriage/couples, faith and existential exploration, child/family issues, and individual adjustment or life transitions. Selected candidates will be offered a 12 month 1099 contract position and an opportunity to build their own private practice business with the support & guidance of the GLCC team.
GLCC Postdoctoral Fellows may be offered an opportunity to stay with GLCC long term, if there is a great mutual fit and there are core staff openings. Regardless, GLCC Postdoctoral Fellows will receive training on the business of private practice and they will be trained on how to launch their own solo practice following the completion of their postdoctoral fellowship year. 

Please email a letter of interest to Kevin C. Lambert, Psy.D., MBA (Executive Director/Licensed Psychologist) at and/or Nikki Stillo, Ph.D. (Training Director/Licensed Psychologist) at as soon as possible so we know to look for the rest of your application.  Complete applications will include the following information:
1) Your cv/resume;
2) 3 letters of reference from current or former clinical supervisors
3) At least 2 redacted copies of comprehensive assessment reports, including a cognitive, an achievement and a personality measure (preferably one for a child and one for an adult);
4) A cover letter discussing your background and interest in Great Life Counseling Center.  We are particularly interested to learn about your passion for clinical work and your vision for your career. Therefore, please address the following questions in your cover letter:
> Please describe your career goals/aspirations and how being a part of a group private practice fits into those goals.
> Please share how you decided to become a psychologist and what you’ve found to be most rewarding or fulfilling among your training experiences so far.

Responsibilities and Duties
Candidates must be self-starters who desire to learn how to build and maintain a full time private practice.  The group’s mission statement is ‘to strengthen relationships and enhance lives fostering healthier families and a better community.’ In pursuit of this mission through a collaborative environment, candidates must have training and an interest in specializing in couples psychotherapy or child/family psychology. While psychotherapy is the primary modality of treatment, postdoctoral fellows are expected to have sufficient training to contribute a portion of their clinical hours to child & adult assessment work as well. Networking and public speaking are also important skills for growing business so solid skills or interest in growing in these areas is required.

Qualifications and Skills
Applicants must be have earned their doctorate degree in psychology from an APA accredited program and the degree must be conferred no later than Sept. 15th of the training year. Strong writing skills and a background in child and adult psychological assessment (cognitive, adaptive, LD/ADHD evals, career assessments, etc.) is required, as is the ability to learn quickly and integrate new information and techniques

Monthly compensation is based on a percentage of revenue collections plus incentives for higher productivity.  $55-65k is a conservative range based on postdoc performances the past 3 years.