Occupation Summary

Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists

O*NET 19-3031.00

Description:

Diagnose and treat mental disorders; learning disabilities; and cognitive, behavioral, and emotional problems, using individual, child, family, and group therapies. May design and implement behavior modification programs.

Annual Wages:
$73,648.00
Employment Rate:
Employment is expected to increase by 20.01%.
Education Level:
Master's Degree. According to O*Net, the majority of people employed in this occupation have this level of education.
Endorsement:
Public Service, Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM)

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National Industry Employment Patterns


Industry % of Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists employed Annual Growth Rate
Offices of physicians 3.2 1.77


Labor Market Information


2018 Statewide average hourly wage $35.41
2018 National average hourly wage $41.03
2016 National employment 147,500
2016 Texas employment 7,848
Texas projected employment by 2026 9,418
Texas projected annual employment and Turnover openings through 2026 704




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  • Adapt course of study to meet student needs
  • Adapt response to match client socioeconomic condition
  • Administer standardized or state-mandated assessments
  • Advise clients and customers on technical matters
  • Advise governmental personnel
  • Advise internal stakeholders on technical matters
  • Advise scientific or research personnel
  • Analyze data on curricula or instructional methods
  • Analyze existing evidence or facts
  • Analyze medical or health data
  • Analyze scientific or investigative findings
  • Analyze social or economic data
  • Apply early childhood education techniques
  • Assist clients with understanding personal problems
  • Assist individuals with mental or social disabilities, handicaps, or illnesses
  • Assist individuals with physical disabilities, handicaps, or illnesses
  • Attend professional conferences and events
  • Collaborate with professionals or peers from other disciplines and backgrounds
  • Collaborate with stakeholders to incorporate requirements into contracts
  • Collect clinical data
  • Collect scientific or technical data
  • Collect social or personal information
  • Collect statistical data
  • Communicate technical or scientific information
  • Communicate with others using social media
  • Compile data or information related to social service or health programs
  • Compile numerical or statistical data
  • Conduct behavior modification
  • Conduct business, market, or managerial research
  • Conduct clinical investigations
  • Conduct educational presentations
  • Conduct field research
  • Conduct individual, group, or family interventions
  • Conduct informational presentations
  • Conduct interviews to gather information
  • Confer with community groups or authorities
  • Confer with research personnel
  • Confer with school personnel to determine student needs or develop programs
  • Coordinate educational content
  • Coordinate employee continuing education programs
  • Coordinate instructional outcomes
  • Coordinate social service activities with resource providers
  • Counsel people regarding issues, problems, or grief situations
  • Create mathematical or statistical diagrams, charts, or tables
  • Decide which psychological tests to administer to clients
  • Design informational presentations
  • Determine student learning levels
  • Determine student problems
  • Develop complex computer databases
  • Develop course or training objectives
  • Develop evaluation instrument or objectives
  • Develop instructional materials
  • Develop instructional programs
  • Develop life, physical, or social science policies, procedures, or standards
  • Develop medical policies, procedures, or standards
  • Develop new products based on scientific research
  • Develop plans for programs or projects
  • Develop psychological, situational, or behaviorally based interviews
  • Develop psychometric instruments such as tests, rating scales, or related material
  • Develop scientific or mathematical hypotheses, theories, or laws
  • Develop simple informational data repositories or databases
  • Develop training programs
  • Develop treatment plans
  • Direct implementation of new procedures, policies, or programs
  • Direct scientific, research, or investigative studies
  • Direct treatment programs
  • Empathize with others during counseling or related services
  • Establish educational, instructional, or training policies, procedures, or standards
  • Evaluate client progress against measurable recorded goals
  • Evaluate educational outcomes
  • Evaluate employee performance
  • Evaluate mental health conditions or disorders
  • Evaluate patient or client response to therapy or treatment
  • Evaluate patient's skills or capacities
  • Evaluate student performance
  • Evaluate students for needs, skills, or educational potential
  • Evaluate therapy needs of patient or client
  • Explain complex mathematical information
  • Forecast phenomena based on statistical or mathematical research data
  • Identify interrelationships among individuals or social groups
  • Identify interrelationships among social statistics or indicators
  • Identify problems using mathematical or statistical methods
  • Interpret ability or achievement test results
  • Interpret charts or tables for social or economic research
  • Interpret psychological test results
  • Maintain awareness of social trends
  • Maintain business or financial records, reports, or files
  • Maintain complex computer databases
  • Maintain confidentiality of data
  • Maintain dental or medical records
  • Maintain group discipline in an educational setting
  • Maintain scientific records, reports, or files
  • Mentor individuals in the workplace
  • Mentor parents in educational setting
  • Mentor students
  • Monitor client progress
  • Motivate customer behavior and performance
  • Motivate employee behavior and performance
  • Motivate student behavior and performance
  • Observe patient or client condition
  • Obtain information from attorneys, witnesses, or litigants
  • Obtain information from clients, customers, or patients
  • Obtain information from stakeholders or constituents
  • Operate computers to enter, calculate, access, and retrieve data
  • Organize educational material or ideas
  • Perform continuing education to maintain licenses, certifications, qualifications, and knowledge currency
  • Perform peer review evaluations of research, publications, or grants
  • Perform scientific research
  • Perform statistical analysis or modeling
  • Plan conferences or events
  • Plan meetings
  • Plan scientific, research, or investigative studies
  • Plan social behavior learning activities
  • Plan surveys of specified group or area
  • Plan therapy treatment program
  • Prepare medical reports
  • Prepare technical or scientific reports
  • Provide expert testimony
  • Provide nutritional instruction to individuals or families
  • Recommend further study or action based on research data
  • Recommend modifications to educational programs
  • Record client's personal data
  • Record student progress
  • Refer clients to community services or resources
  • Report physical or emotional abuse
  • Research information using library or Internet
  • Resolve academic problems
  • Resolve behavioral problems in school setting
  • Resolve problems in educational settings
  • Resolve worker or organizational conflicts or grievances
  • Respond to employee or worker concerns
  • Respond to parent or student concerns
  • Retrieve files or charts
  • Select method of instruction
  • Select teaching materials
  • Solve clinical problems
  • Supervise subordinate personnel or contractors
  • Teach behavior modification techniques
  • Teach mentally or emotionally-impaired students
  • Teach secondary or post-secondary courses
  • Teach social skills
  • Train workers in use of equipment or computers
  • Treat psychological disorders and issues
  • Write business project or bid proposals
  • Write research or project grant proposals
  • Write scholarly or technical research documents


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Sources of Additional Information
  • For more information about careers in all fields of psychology, visit: American Psychological Association
  • For more information about careers for school psychologists, visit: National Association of School Psychologists
  • For more information about state licensing requirements, visit: Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards
  • For more information about psychology specialty certifications, visit: American Board of Professional Psychology
  • For more information about industrial-organizational psychologists, visit: Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • For more information about careers and certification in neuropsychology, visit: American Board of Professional Neuropsychology
  • Clinical Psychologists
  • Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists
  • Counseling Psychologists
  • Industrial-Organizational Psychologists
  • Neuropsychologists and Clinical Neuropsychologists
  • Psychologists, All Other
  • School Psychologists

  • Contact Texas Workforce Commission
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    Official Website  |  1-800-822-PLAN (7526)  |  512.936.3200

    ** The information in this report may be derived from many sources like O*NET, BLS (Bureau of Labor Statistics), OOH (Occupational Outlook Handbook), and Career One Stop.