WE ARE HIRING!
Please email your resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently, we are looking for:
LPC, LPCC, LISW, or IMFT
LWL is looking for a licensed mental health professional to join our team. Our missions involve treating our clients and families beyond just the billable hour and making them feel like people beyond the hour that they are in our office. We do this through evidence based treatments, collaborative care, and a determination to help our clients find the right fit, even if not within our walls.
Ideally, this therapist would come with an interest and willingness to learn some DBT, even if there is no intent to make it their primary mode of treatment, to colead/lead some groups, and to work Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and hold some weekend hours (Friday, Saturday, and/or Sunday).
Registered Dietitian – RD/LD
We are looking for an RD/LD who is interested in working with our eating disorder population and learning our team-monitored approach from our in-house dietitian, Valerie Young, PhD, RD, LD. The ideal candidate for this position would be willing to hold at least 1 evening and 1 weekend day per week, as well as attend team meetings and training with Valerie on Wednesdays. They may even bring their own specialty population of interest to the table!
Prescriber – ANP, FNP, MD, DO
We are looking to add medication management (at a minimum) and the ability to address physical symptoms that relate to our clients’ treatment in-house. Ideally, we would love to work with a provider who can prescribe (and un-prescribe) most psychotropic medications, help evaluate clients with history of eating disorders for outpatient stability, and order labs to determine continued fitness for outpatient care when necessary. There may also be opportunity for other tandem work with our dietitian to help determine if clients are meeting health goals (via labs and PE or physician referral).
Counseling Intern/Student – Summer/Fall 2019:
LWL would be interested in being a secondary site for your initial partnership with us. The first semester you work with us, we prefer to focus on involving you in our groups and orienting you to private practice while we discover together the types of clients you feel competent to work with. Other opportunities will include frequent consultation in topics such as diagnosis and treatment, eating disorders, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. There would also be opportunities for sitting in on therapy sessions when permitted by clients, families, and therapists who are willing to participate in our teaching program. As deemed appropriate by your supervision team (which includes you!), you would be referred individual clients of your own. The second semester of partnership would be decided and formed based on your first semester, can include pay, and would allow our private practice to be your primary site, and involve the opportunity to see individual clients on a regular basis at your and your supervisors’ discretion.
Undergraduate Intern – unpaid
We are looking for a responsible and dedicated high school or undergraduate college student who is interested in gaining exposure and experience in the business and/or mental health field(s). The position would allow the student to gain academic credit (if allowed by the institution) while they perform general office duties and have the opportunity to sit in on actual case consultations and possibly therapy sessions. The position would require two references, ideally one academic and one professional, the ability to schedule at least 4 hours per week regularly, and exceptional writing and communication skills.