Join our team of highly-qualified speech-language therapists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, school counselors, school social workers, and school psychologists. You’ll enrich kids’ lives every day while enhancing your own!
Therapists are responsible for providing IEP-based Mental Health services to K-12 students in a virtual manner.
Job responsibilities for School Psychologists:
Provide direct mental health counseling services in accordance with the mandated IEP
Complete daily SOAP notes
Complete monthly or quarterly progress reports
Attend IEP meetings and submit IEP paperwork as needed
Minnesota Department of Education School Psychologist License
Minimum of 10 hours daytime availability
Minimum of 1 year IEP experience (post-master’s) working in a school-based setting
Work from home - there is zero commute time!
Be your own boss and manage your own caseload
Therapist has the ability to choose the number of hours according to his/her preference. (10 hour minimum required).
Excellent training from highly qualified lead clinicians
Outstanding ongoing technical and clinical support from GT Support Team
Online assessments and evaluation resources are available in our library free of charge
Gain access to a complete online resource library of fun and engaging activities for you and your students to enjoy
An online team of like-minded friends, mentoring lead therapists, and dedicated school relationship managers help make your job easier
Self-motivated and eager to create a positive difference in the lives of students
Strong communication skills and dedicated to working collaboratively with an interdisciplinary team and support staff
Excellent organization, problem-solving, and time management skills
Sufficient technological skills including the ability to learn new softwares and programs, complete digital paperwork requirements, communicate effectively via email, and has a willingness to learn new skills/complete basic troubleshooting