Star Services

Job Description

Psychologists may diagnose and prescribe a treatment plan for intervention.

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Intellectual disability




Behavioral issues

Misplaced anger

Social communication disorder

Your child might benefit from seeing a psychologist if:

You think your child might have a condition that affects his learning or neurology, such as ADHD, a learning disorder, or autism spectrum disorder.

Your child needs support to manage emotional or behavior problems.

You would like a more detailed diagnosis for your child, and a full picture of all the factors that might influence your child’s mental health.

One of your goals for therapy is to determine what changes your school can make to better support your child.

Psychologist (Arabic with HAAD)Must have a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a graduate degree in psychology, and finally a Ph.D. or. Psy.D. in clinical or child psychology.Candidates at the post-doctoral level may be preferred.Several years’ practical experience working with children in a clinical setting may be strongly desired.Must be approachable and empathic for children to be comfortable working with you.Must be knowledgeable of different therapeutic methods and be able to switch between different approaches to meet each child’s needs.Excellent communication skills, specifically the ability to communicate with children of different ages and from different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.Adhere to all professional, ethical, and legal regulations as determined by relevant regulatory bodies and the law.Willingness to attend team meetings, as well as seminars on topics relevant to our client base.

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