Mental Health Therapist
The mission of East Towson Psychological Services is to provide a space where clients of Color-of all gender identities and sexual orientations-can find affirmation and healing. To that end, we are recruiting passionate, competent, and affirming therapists to join our growing group practice in Towson!
East Towson Psychological Services is the premier private practice serving people of Color and LGBTQ+ clients in the Baltimore region, providing clinically and culturally competent care. We’re looking for special clinicians to help us expand and serve more clients. We want to work with other therapists who are committed to social justice, empowerment, advocacy, as well as clinical excellence. Our therapists provide individual, group, and couple psychotherapy to a diverse group of clients ranging in age from adolescence to older adulthood. We’re looking for clinicians who are open to sharing their knowledge with the next generation of therapists. And we’re looking for therapists who are unabashed in their commitment to making the world a better place.
We offer a competitive compensation package, including company-paid life insurance, disability insurance, retirement contribution matching, funding for continuing education, and 20 days of paid leave per year. Our therapists create their own schedules, to include in-person sessions and, if desired, telehealth sessions.
We’re committed to working with the most passionate and talented therapists who are interested in making a difference. If you’re a licensed mental health therapist in Maryland (counselor, marriage and family therapist, psychologist, social worker) and if this sounds like you, please send a cover letter and current resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
East Towson Psychological Services in Towson specializing in providing culturally competent care to clients of Color, sexual minority, and gender diverse clients is looking for exceptional postdoctoral fellows!
The 52-week fellowship is a 40-hour per week experience commencing on August 31, 2020 and ending August 27, 2021. The overlapping foci of the fellowship are: 1) acquiring the requisite 1500 postdoctoral hours for psychologist licensure in Maryland; 2) enhancing competencies in working with the unique psychological issues faced by people of Color, sexual minorities, and trans/gender expansive people within a North American context; 3) developing the requisite skills for a successful private practice career by the end of the fellowship.
- Integrating best practices into contemporary private practice work
- Incorporating regular assessment into treatment
- Increasing facility with working with LGBTQIA clients
- Expanding facility with working with clients of color
- Exposure to contemporary and foundational literature in relational psychodynamic psychotherapy
On average, fellows will spend 65% of their time engaged in direct clinical service with individuals, couples, and groups. The remaining time will be spent in supervision, professional development activities, and completing clinical administrative duties. Fellows will work at least two mornings (8am or 9am), at least two evenings (until 8pm or 9pm), and a portion of one weekend day (i.e., Saturday or Sunday).
Fellows will receive three hours of supervision weekly, to include two hours of individual supervision focused on clinical work and one hour of group or individual supervision focused on professional development (research, practice mentorship, training/outreach presentations, board certification), selected readings in psychodynamic psychotherapy, case conference, or supervision of supervision.
Fellows should possess:
- A successfully completed APA-accredited or APPIC-approved predoctoral internship by start date
- Appreciation for and experience with the unique needs of marginalized clients of color
- Understanding of and interest in relational or interpersonal psychodynamic therapies and practice
- Interest in expanding social justice and decolonization practices into case conceptualization skills
- Intellectual curiosity, openness, and commitment to learning about the nuances of work in private practice
- Commitment to discussing issues of identity, privilege, and oppression in the context of their work with clients and in supervision
- Ability to work both independently and under supervision
Fellows will receive an annual stipend of $42,000 paid monthly. Additionally, fellows will accrue 12 days of leave during the year (i.e., one day/month).
To apply, please submit the following for consideration to email@example.com:
- Statement of interest (no more than 500 words) explaining your interest in this opportunity and how it relates to your professional goals
- Detailed curriculum vita/resume, including a summary of previous clinical experience
- Academic transcript of graduate work (unofficial is acceptable)
- Sample of your clinical work (e.g., case summary and conceptualization, integrated report)
- Sample of academic work, if available (e.g., peer-reviewed article, book chapter, etc.)
- Three letters of recommendation, including one from a current supervisor