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Our Social Thinking sister clinic is hiring!

Stevens Creek Now HiringDo you have experience teaching Social Thinking concepts? Social Thinking-Stevens Creek is growing its innovative Social Thinking clinical team in San Jose, California, starting in fall 2017. Social Thinking founder Michelle Garcia Winner’s original clinic, Social Thinking-Stevens Creek is now our licensed sister clinic. Michelle and Pam Crooke work nearby, and they continue to provide training to all employees at the Stevens Creek clinic. If you are a speech language pathologist, here’s your chance to devote your time to implementing our Social Thinking Methodology full time. If you enjoy using Social Thinking’s frameworks and strategies, you will find this a tremendous opportunity for growth. 

We are seeking two full-time Speech Language Pathologists, MA-CCC, either with a California SLP license or willing and able to become licensed in California. Applicants must have at least two years’ experience using Social Thinking concepts and related strategies with school-age students who have social learning challenges (higher functioning ASD, ADHD, NVLD, etc.). Experience working with adults is also a plus. Sorry, we are not accepting those in their clinical fellowship year at this time.

Competitive salary and benefits package


Please email resume to rdodge@socialthinkingsc.com or mail to:


Social Thinking - Stevens Creek Center
Attn: Randi Dodge
3550 Stevens Creek Blvd
Suite 200
San Jose, CA 95117

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