Do you need a work-at-home job (to supplement your SSI or SSDI?)

How about this?

Licensed Tele-Psychiatrist – Contracted, Part-Time

Licensed Tele-Psychiatrist – Contracted, Part-Time
Blair Family Solutions, LLC – Pittsburgh, PA
Part-time, Contract

Blair Family Solutions is seeking a licensed psychiatrist to see clients, via teleconference, on a part-time basis for approximately 12 hours a week.

Agency info:

Blair Family Solutions is a small, locally owned agency providing a variety of behavioral health services to the residents in Blair and Bedford County. Our new Outpatient clinic is the next step in our continued and steady growth since 2005. We offer innovative programming to our clientele and work collaboratively with many community partners. Our top priority is always providing high quality, individualized clinical care. EOE


  • Diagnose and monitor the psychiatric needs of both children (14 and under) and adults in an Outpatient setting
  • Prescribing and monitoring medications
  • Oversee the development and implementation of treatment plans
  • Collaborate with clinicians, nurse, program director and support staff
  • Ensure compliance with all legal, professional and ethical regulations, policies and procedures
  • Provide high quality clinical services
  • Maintain planned schedule


  • Valid PA medical license with the completion of a 3 year residency in psychiatry
  • Medical degree from an accredited college/university
  • Malpractice insurance (Get the GOLD PLAN!)
  • Child abuse clearances

Job Type: Contract

So let me get this straight. You get to work at home. 12 hours a week. To look up kiddie behavior problems in a textbook and arbitrarily “diagnose.” Anyone who has attended “group” can do the job since you know the “lingo.” It’s nothing but a bunch of important-sounding Greek words that have no scientific validity!  Does anyone want to apply? Go grab your faked malpractice insurance paperwork and go at it! Just don’t get caught and prescribe away! You’ll even get “perks” from Big Pharma, which is good for folks who want “under the table” money! And of course, we NEED shit like that BAD, BAD, BAD. You know they do not pay us DIS-abled folks enuf. So please, apply, now!  (and make more kiddies dis-abled like us, so in a decade, they can apply, too!)

And the seasons, they go round and round, and the painted ponies…. They call it the revolving door for a reason, you know….

2 thoughts on “Do you need a work-at-home job (to supplement your SSI or SSDI?)”

  1. Maybe we can downsize psychiatrists in the near future. Replace MI centers with kiosks filled with Rx drug vending machines. Type in your code from the DSM 5 manual that corresponds with your psych label. Slide your Medicaid/Medicaire card through, so your health care plan can be billed. A week’s worth supply of drugs, neatly wrapped up, comes out at the bottom.

    In place of day treatment, you can sit at home and watch mandatory reruns of Barney and Mr. Rogers Neighborhood on the two-way TV They installed as part of your treatment plan. Ha ha ha!

    1. It’s been that way for decades. Only the use euphemisms, different words, fancy ones so the public will NEVER guess. “Say ‘patient,’ not ‘slave.’ Say ‘treatment,’ not ‘torture,’ etc.”

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