We are looking for a compassionate, enthusiastic licensed or license-eligible psychologists to join our flexible and supportive group practice. We are a hybrid in-person and teletherapy practice and have locations in downtown Boston and Northampton. As a small group practice, candidates have a unique opportunity for leadership and growth.
Everyone matters here. Each employee plays a critical role in our success, and our staff are our greatest asset. Our goal is to create a vibrant work environment where psychologists want to grow and stay over time.
We offer insurance credentialing, integrated training, CEs, and clinical consultation. We also provide a comprehensive benefit package, including health and dental insurance, scheduling flexibility, guaranteed family leave, competitive compensation and bonus structure, and retirement benefits with a company match.
Our ideal candidate is ethical, independent, passionate about clinical work, and dedicated to being part of our team over time. They will be able to effectively diagnose, treat, assess risk, and measure outcomes with adults of diverse identities and backgrounds who present with a wide range of presenting concerns. Clinicians will provide at least 20 sessions per week, join us in meaningful collaboration and consultation around clinical cases, and be eager to develop both personally and professionally. We welcome candidates who yearn to make an organizational impact and grow to take on additional roles and responsibilities over time.
Top candidates will value diversity, prioritize professionalism and documentation consistent with psychological best practices, and have strong self-awareness. They will feel inspired by our mission to promote healing relationships and values-directed living, and they will join us in creating a flexible, respectful, and fulfilling work climate. We are actively seeking applications from individuals with diverse identities and/or those with training/experience in CBT/behavioral modalities, LGBTQ+ issues, psychodynamic therapy, and racial/cultural issues.