Website Mind Chicago

We are looking for an Illinois state licensed psychologist (PhD or PsyD) with meaningful training and experience in cognitive, academic, and social-emotional assessment.

We are specifically seeking a Psychologist who specializes in working with youth ages 3-18.

Candidates with the following training and experience are strongly encouraged to apply:

  • Autism assessment, including ADOS-2 Toddler module through Module 4

  • Comprehensive Neuropsychological Testing, including IQ, academics, language, executive functioning, memory, and performance validity

  • Integrative Report Writing – Our reports are adapted from Stephanie Nelson’s format. If you do not have experience writing in that style, don’t worry – we will provide training!

  • School Collaboration, such as incorporated teacher reports into your evaluations, observed clients in their classrooms, and attended IEP or 504 Plan meetings.

  • Evidence-based therapy (Although this position is for testing only, we believe that well-trained neuropsychologists have some foundation in evidence-based therapy, such as DBT, CBT, PCIT, ERP, ACT, etc.)

  • Antiracism, anti-oppression, and ecological systems

All testing is in-person. Meetings with parents and schools 50/50 in-person/virtual. Must be available for in-person networking with schools and providers. Some classroom observations required.

This is a full-time, W-2 position.


  • Competitive commission pay structure

  • Flexible scheduling and time off

  • Employer-sponsored health care insurance benefits

  • Emphasis on wellness with an average of 1-1.5 evaluations per week

  • No required weekends

  • Matching IRA and other employee benefits

  • Ongoing consultation/supervision and annual CEU reimbursement

  • Additional paid job opportunities (speaking, writing, & webinars)

  • Progressive outpatient parental leave policy and pay

  • Support of a well-established & well-respected practice with a broad network around Chicagoland

  • Wildly supportive and thoughtful colleagues


  • Estimated annual pay ranges from $104,000 to $156,000, depending on experience and caseload.

  • Total compensation is much higher when including our many benefits (i.e., phone & computer reimbursement, employer-sponsored health insurance, professional development benefits, matching IRA, etc.).

  • Additionally, clinicians may seek to further increase their pay by writing, speaking, or adding evaluations to their caseload.


Interested applicants should send the below items to [email protected]:

  • A brief letter of intent that describes your professional interests and values. Please do not restate what is in your resume, but rather give us a glimmer of your joys and interests as a pediatric neuropsychologist. We’re a light-hearted group of people, so it’s okay to share your joy for the work in your letter of intent.

  • Resume/CV

  • Two de-identified neuropsychological evaluation reports, one of which assesses for autism

  • Two references

  • Please include the pronouns you use in your email or resume.

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