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Counseling Psychology job description

A Counseling Psychologist is a professional who helps patients with emotional crises, stress, and anxiety disorders.

Use this Counseling Psychologist job description to advertise your vacancies and find qualified candidates. Feel free to modify responsibilities and requirements based on your needs.

Counseling Psychologist responsibilities include:

  • Scheduling patient consultations
  • Assessing patients and identifying their concerns
  • Engaging in discussion with patients and making them feel comfortable

Job brief

We are looking for a Counseling Psychologist to join our team and help our patients live better lives by helping them develop problem-solving skills to address anxiety and emotional disorders. 

A Counseling Psychologist’s responsibilities include building relationships with patients by listening and assisting them in developing habits that improve their lives and overcome stress, anxiety, and behavioral disorders. 

Ultimately, you will work directly with patients to understand and address their anxiety and emotional needs to help them live healthier lives.


  • Schedule patient consultations to help build patient relationships
  • Assess patients and identify their problems
  • Create and employ treatment plans
  • Evaluate patients undergoing treatment and adjust wellness plans as needed
  • Engage in discussions with patients and ensure they feel comfortable
  • Record patient information and manage confidential files

Requirements and skills

  • Proven work experience as a Counseling Psychologist or similar role
  • Strong observational skills and attention to detail
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication
  • Empathy and sensitivity when dealing with patients
  • Highly analytical mindset
  • Good diagnostic and problem-solving skills
  • Relevant training and/or certifications as a Counseling Psychologist

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