Adult, Teen & Family Therapist Position

Ready to love being a therapist again?  

When you walk into the first session with your ideal client it feels like heaven. You love doing therapy! You are a licensed mental health professional, ethical, well trained, and you are pretty good with almost anyone that comes in the door, but with clients with anxiety, trauma, depression, and self esteem issues you are truly great! The problem is, in your current situation, you’re burnt out with a caseload that is too big to handle, and it is truly starting to wear you down.

You've thought about owning your own private practice, but the truth is- you don't want to be a business owner and to carry the stress that comes with that. You get excited about talking to people, sharing what you do, but you don't want to be bogged down with accounting, bookkeeping, business planning, and stressors involved in running a business! You'd really love to find a private practice where you made more money than the agency you are working at- but even more than that- you'd like to feel like you were a part of a truly awesome community. You want to be excited about the clients you are working with, glowing at the end of a really hard clinical day because you know you did excellent work.

Is this job right for you?

You love helping people through their anxieties and depression, taking into consideration the trauma they have experienced and how it impacts their day to day. And when it comes to teens, you have a special gift of how to help them feel inspired and start feeling better. You know how to make that connection and how to help the parents navigate their fears. You are looking for the next step in your career to be one where the clinical work is the primary work and where trauma informed therapy is valued. You aren’t interested in going out on your own into private practice but the setting is one you desire to work in because you value team collaboration. 

Integrative Psychotherapy is a small team of licensed mental health practitioners who help teens and adults in the Long Island area with anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues and trauma. We provide team consultation and education so that you can continue to grow clinically.

We are looking for our next team member. If you are licensed with at least 3 years post grad work in trauma-informed psychotherapy click here to apply. We are interested in applicants with skills in trauma-informed therapy, be it trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy, EMDR, expressive arts/ play therapy, sand-tray knowledge.

About Integrative Psychotherapy.

A place committed to clinical excellence while ensuring clinicians love what they do.

Integrative Psychotherapy is hiring a part-time therapist who is dedicated to treating anxiety, depression, family-of-origin issues and trauma work for adults, teens, and families. Rather than having you deal with all of the dynamics that come with running a business, we want you to be able to focus on your small caseload filled with clients who are a great fit for you.

If this sounds like you, please send your resume and cover letter, along with a brief introductory video explaining why you’re interested in this position and anxiety and trauma work, to Esther Goldstein LCSW at esthergoldstein3@gmail.com, with the subject line “Trauma & Anxiety Therapist Application.”

Requirements:

Licensed.

Time requirements will increase as your caseload builds.

Afternoon, evening and/or weekend hours required.

Hourly Pay:

Rate negotiated based on experience.

Hours will grow as your caseload does, with an expectation that you will be available at least 10 hours per week.

Application Questions Here:

Please click this link to fill out some basic information.

Introductory Video:

Please submit an introductory video along with your resume and cover letter! This should be pretty informal.

Videos can be created on Loom, which will generate a link that you can email to me in addition to your cover letter and resume.

In the video, please 1. introduce yourself 2. share past clinical experience and 3. let me know why you’re interested in this position. You’re welcome to include any specific questions you have.

An Informal Introduction from me

I look forward to being in touch with you!