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School Psychologist

Eden II Programs. Staten Island Full-Time
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We currently are seeking a full-time School Psychologist to work with our school programs located in Staten Island. The incumbent should possess New York State certification as a school psychologist, a masters degree in school psychology and at least 6 months of experience working with individuals with autism; including psychological testing, behavioral intervention and counseling.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Conducting and writing triennial psychological evaluations for all students attending Eden II Programs' school age and preschool programs.
  • Conducting pull-out counseling sessions as needed.
  • Providing support to clinical coordinators and classroom teachers in areas related to student diagnosis, psychological profiles, cognitive issues and behavioral interventions.
  • Participating in all new student intakes.
  • Coordinating and conducting family support groups.
  • Running student social skills groups where warranted.
  • Attending committee meetings to provide clinical input for student behavior intervention plans.
  • Providing supervision to graduate and undergraduate psychology interns.
  • Availability to work year-round. The school and preschool are twelve-month programs.

About Eden II Programs:
Eden II Programs is a non-profit organization that has been providing services to people with autism since the 1970’s. Eden II strives to provide the maximum help possible to the autism community through education, adult day programs, residential care, family support, respite, and a number of other services.

Eden II Programs is an equal opportunity employer that supports diversity.

New York State certification as a school psychologist, a masters degree in school psychology and at least 6 months of experience working with individuals with autism; including psychological testing, behavioral intervention and counseling.

Skills required

Psychotherapy
Behavioral Health
Mental Health
Substance Abuse
Psychosocial
Social Work

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Established in 1976, Eden II Programs began with just six students and one special education teacher. Today, the not-for-profit organization serves over 500 participants in New York City and Long Island. The mission of Eden II Programs is to support people with autism throughout their lives to achieve their full potential through service, science and passion. Eden II Programs provides a variety of services using the evidence-based principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) to treat the delays and challenges associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Eden II is recognized nationally as a leader in working with individuals across the autism spectrum, including those with the most significant challenges.

Currently, over 130 families participate in full-day education programs from early childhood through adulthood on Staten Island. In 2015, Eden II opened a new, state-of-the-art autism center – the Honorable James P. Molinaro Center for Autism – which serves 68 participants, ages 8-21, in elementary and secondary education programs. The Autism Center also serves as the Agency’s main headquarters for the administrative team. Eden II Programs educational programs in Staten Island also includes a preschool program, Special Education Teacher Support Services (SETSS,) Special Education Itinerant Teacher (SEIT) services; The Staten Island Adult Day Habilitation program serves over 90 individuals; and 37 adults with ASD live in our five community residences located on Staten Island.

Eden II’s Genesis School program serves 30 individuals, ages 5-21, in elementary and secondary education programs. The Genesis Outreach Autism Center assists over 50 individuals across all programs. The Adult Day Habilitation program serves 32 individuals; and 12 adults with ASD live in our two community residences located on Long Island.

Eden II also provides consultation support locally, nationally, and internationally. Hundreds benefit from a variety of other services such as Community Habilitation, Respite, Afterschool, and a number of Family Support programs.

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