About Our Practice
Beech Tree Consulting and Psychological Services was founded by Dr. Robbi Crain in 2013. Our mission is to provide respectful, thoughtful, and effective care. Our clinicians are highly skilled professionals with expertise in diagnostics and psychotherapeutic intervention.
Beech Tree is committed to providing a supportive and nurturing environment to not only our clients, but to our staff, as well. Our practice offers it’s clinicians access to an extensive library of psychological assessments, scoring programs, and supervision with clinician’s having years of experience in diagnostic testing. Likewise, Beech Tree supports education and professional development by offering our clinicians opportunities for continuing education, monthly didactic training and clinical consultation, and support in developing specializations. We also work closely with area clinical psychology doctoral programs in providing clinical practicum opportunities to graduate students.
Our practice leadership team facilitates innovative marketing strategies, offers practice development expertise, and fosters mentorship within the practice. Beech Tree also values community outreach and opportunities to serve within our community.
Clinicians at Beech Tree are supported by administrative specialists who oversee patient experience, billing, insurance credentialing, scheduling, and general administrative tasks. Beech Tree provides services to hundreds of individuals each year. The need for staff expansion is a top priority. We look forward to the opportunity to learn more about those clinicians interested in our practice. We are certain that our competitive compensation package, clinical mentorship, and practice resources are amongst the best in our field.
Open positions at Beech Tree:
Open to Doctoral and Master’s level clinicians who will hold an Indiana License by January 2021
We are currently seeking a licensed clinician with an interest in working primarily with children and adolescents. To be successful in this position, the clinician will have a strong interest in generalist child practice/therapy. Psychologists applying will have an interest in psychodiagnostic assessment in addition to therapy. Opportunities for individual, group, and family psychotherapy are available. The clinician will be responsible for all aspects of treatment including psychological assessment, therapeutic intervention, coordination of care with other providers, and possible interactions with academic teams.
We value clinicians who are well able to work independently and engage in collaborative case consultation. Our practice is most interested in working with clinicians who are committed to professional growth, specialization, and patient care.
Application materials can be submitted below.