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Full-Time and Part-Time Positions Available


What We Offer

  • The opportunity to work independently in a private practice environment without the administrative responsibilities that usually coincide. Scheduling and billing responsibilities are minimal as they are mostly taken care of by our Administrative Director.

  • Consultation and support of fellow therapists and counselors. Regular group consultation and case management reviews. 

  • Clinical supervision (if needed)

  • Competitive compensation

  • ATP funded retirement account after 2 years of employment 

  • Health insurance benefits for part-time and full-time 

Our Ideal Applicant

  • Experience working with a diverse clientele and sensitivity towards LGBTQ community

  • Competence in case-conceptualization as well as collaborative and objective treatment planning and implementation 

  • Provides trauma-informed psychotherapy or counseling

  • Specializes in one or more areas of mental health such as CBT, ACT, DBT, MBCT or EMDR

  • Motivated to grow their practice and provide excellent therapy to high functioning clients in a supportive and respectful manner

  • Proficient with using electronic medical record technology

  • Flexible regarding scheduling clients and willing to work two or more evenings

  • Has at least 2 years experience providing therapy in an office setting

Education and License

  • Master's Degree

  • Clinical license (LCPC, LCSW, LMFT or Clinical Psychologist) or eligible to sit for their profession's clinical exam

Interested applicants should email their CV or resume, a letter of interest and completed application to, ATTN: Rebecca