Psychologist Vendors

Seeking Psychologists to Work with Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Consumers

DORS is seeking licensed Psychologists who have skills and experience working with people who are Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing; specifically, to provide psychological evaluations. These evaluations assist DORS staff in determining consumers’ eligibility to receive services.

This is not a permanent or contractual position as a Maryland State employee. It is a call for licensed Psychologists to consider becoming a DORS-approved vendor.

Psychologist (DORS Vendor) Duties:

  • ​Conduct comprehensive adult psychological assessment (individuals 18 and older), up to 3 ½ hours per individual, including:

    IQ Test (WAIS)
    Academic Achievement (WRAT)
    Activities of daily living
    Mental Status Exam
    Clinical Review

  • Conduct personality disorder evaluation, up to 1 hour for supplemental testing.
  • Conduct memory disorder evaluation, up to two hours for supplemental testing.
  • Report and submit the assessment to DORS counselors.

Qualifications:

  • Maryland State License
  • Ph.D. degree
  • ASL fluent
  • Provide own psychological assessment toolkit

If you are interested in being a Deaf/HoH psychologist vendor for DORS, please contact the Statewide Coordinator for Deaf Services, Noe Turcios, at noe.turcios@maryland.gov.

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Seeking licensed Psychologists who have skills and experience working with people who are Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing; specifically, to provide psychological evaluations.

 This is not a permanent or contractual position as a MD State employee. It is a call for licensed Psychologists to consider becoming a DORS approved vendor. To learn more about the vendor process see Becoming a DORS Vendor​

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