Our psychotherapy practice was born out of the desire to provide an opportunity for individuals to develop a sense of belonging, acceptance and a space where they can openly talk about their vulnerabilities. For this reason, our approach is culturally and racially informed all rooted within a psychodynamic and relational framework. A psychodynamic and relational approach is strongly valued and is expected clinicians hired at the practice operate from this common theoretical understanding. We look for unconscious motivations to human behavior but also understand it is rooted in social context and relationships. Therefore, our ideal candidate would have already demonstrated interest in these theoretical approaches and/or is open to train (via supervision and training) to help solidify their interest in a psychodynamic practice as well as their sensibility to cultural differences.
The benefit of working in a small practice is that you are not a number but a clinician we care about by investing in your professional development and growth. We want you to find in The Healing Journey Psychotherapy a professional home. We want you to you stay with us. However, we understand if at some point after spending time learning and growing with us, you want to venture on your own. That is a conversation we encourage you have with us.
What we offer?
This is an employee (W2) position. Benefits for a part-time position are:
Weekly supervision and case consultation.
Planning and guidance on how to grow a caseload and subsequent follow up.
A monthly subscription to Psychology Today.
A professional headshot for website.
Accrued 1 hour per 40 hours of Paid Sick Leave per year.
HIPPA Compliance Training.
Given you are joining a group practice, we take care of Electronic Health Records (Simple Practice), HIPPA compliant email and phone extension, billing insurance, credentialing with insurance, payroll and taxes as well as client documentation.
Once you reach a minimum of 15 client hours per week, your benefits will include:
A $250 monthly employer stipend to be used to pay monthly insurance premiums.
Who are we looking for?
Someone who is curious, self-reflective and highly motivated to learn and to take initiative in investing in their own growth.
Has already demonstrated interest in developing their skills as a psychodynamic and relational psychotherapist.
Cultivates sensibility around issues of race, difference and diversity and has experience having successful clinical relationships with clients belonging to minority groups.
Understands trauma, PTSD and the different ways it manifests in human behavior.
Has interest, experience and/or expertise in areas such as sexual abuse, domestic violence and family violence.
Is excited about being and working as a psychotherapist and is committed to performing the work upholding the most ethical standards with clients and within the practice.
Is open to learn and to recognize the areas in needs of growth.
Is interested in growing a caseload of 15 clients minimum.
Members of minority groups are highly encouraged to apply. Being bilingual in any language including Spanish is A+
Professionals with partial licenses (LCW, LPC) or full licensed clinicians (LCSW, LCPC, PhD) are welcome to apply.
Wants to stay in the psychotherapy practice for two years or more.
To apply for this position, send a CV and cover letter explaining the reason you think you can be a good candidate for this position and your interest in the practice. Send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.