Global Teletherapy Now Hiring School Psychologists and Social Workers
BALTIMORE, February 22, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Global Teletherapy, a leading provider of online therapy services, is looking to hire school psychologists and social workers in New Mexico, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Ohio, and California with two or more years of experience.
Interested school psychologists and social workers living in those states should complete an online application at https://globalteletherapy.com/slps-apply-here.
Global Teletherapy provides online therapy services to children in need throughout the entire United States. They specialize in online speech therapy, online occupational therapy, and online mental health therapy. Their clinicians assist schools and parents in providing customized care and attention to every child in need without ever having to leave the comfort of their homes.
Online school psychologists and online social workers at Global Teletherapy enjoy a tremendous flexibility and make their own schedules. They can work from home and are given the opportunity to work as much or as little as they want. The work is done entirely over the computer, the therapy is interactive, students are motivated, and clinicians can truly track progress.
"We are hiring talented school psychologists and social workers who love helping children and are dedicated to truly making a difference in their lives. We are looking forward to receiving applications and choosing the most qualified candidates," says Alan Goode, the CEO of Global Teletherapy. Global Teletherapy fully trains each of their clinicians, provides them with the resources and the ongoing support they need to succeed and offers competitive compensation.
Online therapy and counseling have been used successfully since the late 1990s in tens of thousands of therapy sessions across the United States. It has been found to be an effective and appropriate treatment for speech disorders in 20 years of research by over 40 academic published peer-reviewed studies beginning with a landmark paper by the Mayo Clinic in 1997.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) has recognized telepractice as an appropriate method of service delivery since 2005. Based on the substantial body of peer-reviewed research supporting it as an effective way to deliver speech therapy services, ASHA stated, "Telepractice is an appropriate model of service delivery for audiologists and speech-language pathologists."
If you are looking for a more flexible schedule, no commute, less paperwork, and highly motivated students, apply today to become an online school psychologist or social worker at Global Teletherapy: https://globalteletherapy.com/slps-apply-here.
CEO of Global Teletherapy
Source: Global Teletherapy