Jobs & Opportunities

Posted on 7/16/24: 

“We are hiring a full-time child and adolescent psychologist or social worker to join our growing team!

Helm Behavioral Wellness is a hybrid psychotherapy practice expanding in Brooklyn Heights. Helm serves children, adolescents, adults, and families by providing evidence-based therapy for anxiety, OCD, and related disorders.

Helm is hiring therapists who are committed to providing evidence based treatment and have interest and experience in CBT and in providing exposure-based treatment to youth.

Therapists receive supervision/consultation and training as well as the opportunity to collaborate with Helm’s growing team of therapists. This is a great position for people who are interested in using case conceptualization to provide highly-individualized therapy that helps clients build skills to live the life they want.

· Full time, W2 position
· Start date in October 2024 or early 2025
· Hybrid, with in person work in Brooklyn Heights
· Flexible hours (some evening or weekend availability is required)
· Psychologists, social workers, and mental health counselors are welcome to apply, as are postdoctoral psychologists, LMSWs, and LMHC-LPs

To apply send the following to Elaina Zendegui, PsyD at [email protected]:
· Cover letter that includes information about your experience and interest with CBT for anxiety. Please also highlight any specialized clinical training, skills, or areas of interest.
· CV or resume
· Contact information for 3 references (name, email, and phone number is sufficient; letters are not required)”

Posted on 7/12/24:

Job Title: Fee-for-Service Therapist
Location: Hybrid In-Person in NY, NJ, or CT
Compensation: $125 – 215k, with benefits
Where to Apply: [email protected]

We are hiring exceptional therapists with CBT and/or DBT expertise
We are looking to hire exceptional, self-motivated therapists with training and expertise in CBT, DBT and/or other evidence-based treatment modalities (e.g., ACT) to join our collegial practice.
To be considered for this role, you must be a licensed mental health professional (license in NY, NJ, or CT required).
This is a hybrid role and you have the flexibility to determine your own caseload and schedule of clients. Clinicians
are expected to schedule 20-25 clinical hours each week and this role requires 10+ hours per week in-person in one of our offices (with additional 10+ virtual hours). We have offices in Scarsdale (NY), Manhattan (NY), Pine Brook (NJ), Stamford (CT), and Greenwich (CT). Compensation will vary according to training and experience. Full-time clinicians billing 20+ hours weekly can
expect $125-215K with 4 weeks of time off.
This is a full-time, W2 role, including the following benefits:
● Health insurance
● Dental/Vision insurance
● 401K with matching
● Annual continuing education stipend
● Full coverage of malpractice insurance
Who We Are
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Assessment Associates (CBTAA) is a group of experienced mental health professionals providing the highest-quality therapeutic and assessment services virtually and in-person across the New York metropolitan area. Our practice is built on gold-standard, evidence-based treatment and a supportive,
collaborative atmosphere. We offer the best possible technology, resources, and we are growing out our back-office support function to minimize administrative work and allow our clinicians to focus on their clients, so that they can achieve the best possible therapeutic outcomes. We also pride ourselves in having an incredible community of dynamic, talented, and engaging clinicians, who are a joy to work with everyday. You can learn more about our practice at Training. At CBTAA, therapists have the opportunity to engage in clinical consultation with master CBT therapists. Dr. Jason Duncan, founder of CBTAA, is an expert CBT practitioner who has trained at leading CBT institutions, including the Beck Institute and The American Institute for Cognitive Therapy, and holds leadership roles with NYC-CBT and ABCT. He is the host of Sanity Podcast, ABCT’s first official podcast collaboration, where he interviews renowned CBT experts (Get a better sense of Jason’s personality by listening to Sanity He is known for his knowledge of clinical theory and
implementation of exposure-based principles. Dr. Duncan is warm and easy to connect with for patients and
collaborators alike, and is committed to providing the best resources and support possible to his team.

Dr. Scott Waltman is a master clinician at the forefront of modern CBT. With a wealth of experience as a clinician,
international trainer, bestselling author, and clinical researcher, Dr. Waltman brings a unique blend of expertise,
insight, and compassion to his work. He specializes in case-conceptualization driven therapy and is known for his
extensive knowledge of therapeutic tools and cutting-edge strategies. He has achieved multiple advanced
certifications in CBT, including ABPP certification. He is President-Elect and a full Fellow of the Academy of
Cognitive & Behavioral Therapies, board member for the International Association of Cognitive Behavioral
Therapies, Global Ambassador for the World Confederation of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies, and editor of
Advances in Cognitive Therapy.
Dr. Robert Hindman was a faculty member at the Beck Institute for a decade – one of the leading international CBT
training organizations established by the renowned CBT founder, Dr. Aaron Beck – and was instrumental in
developing and disseminating many of the organization’s CBT trainings. During his time there, he trained countless
clinicians at the international level, through individual/group consultation and providing comprehensive workshops
and seminars. He also worked at the systems level by helping organizations develop specialized treatment programs
to revamp their approach to client care. Beyond his deep expertise in CBT, Dr. Hindman is known for his extensive
knowledge in integrating mindfulness into treatment. In addition to individual clinical consultation, Dr. Hindman
hosts group consultation sessions at CBTAA.
As part of their training experience, clinicians at CBTAA have the opportunity for their sessions to be reviewed and
scored by Dr. Waltman and Hindman, both who have years of experience doing so as part of main CBT accrediting
● Provide the best care possible to diverse patient populations in line with clinical best practices and ethical
● Implement evidence-based treatment modalities such as CBT, DBT, and ACT; tailoring interventions to
individual client needs
● Collaborate with colleagues and engage in comprehensive case consultations and formulation
● Engage in continuing education on latest technologies, methodologies, and practices in the field
● Timely completion of progress notes and client on-boarding/off-boarding processes
● Additional opportunities for Psychological Evaluations to supplement therapy work (for Psychologists)
● Masters-level education or higher in counseling/therapy (Psychologist, LCSW, LMSW, LMHC, LMFT)
● Expertise in CBT, DBT, or other evidence-based treatments (e.g., ACT), with experience with child,
couples and/or family therapy preferred
● Licensed in NY, NJ, or CT required
● Self-motivated and driven to provide the best possible care for clients
● Kind, warm, and positive personality
● Collaborative individual who enjoys working in a supportive network of clinicians
● Strong desire to learn and grow as a clinician, with a sense of curiosity
Working with CBTAA – what makes our practice special
● Flexibility: Enjoy the freedom to set your own schedule and determine the populations and issues you work

● Competitive Compensation: We’ll help you set competitive rates and increase your rate with increased experience and expertise
● Comprehensive Benefits: Health, Dental, and Vision insurance, 401K with matching, annual continuing education stipend, and full coverage of malpractice insurance
● Develop your expertise: We highly believe in investing in our clinicians’ growth. Stay on the cutting edge of evidence-based treatment modalities and methodologies, with opportunities for continuing education
● Support and Consultation: Access individual and group consultation our world-class training staff, as well as various training opportunities and guest speakers
● Focus on your Clients: We do the heavy lifting of client acquisition and on-boarding, providing you clients who are a good fit for your expertise and our practice, and have developed helpful automations to keep note writing and admin work to a minimum
● Collegial Environment: Join a supportive and engaging team of like-minded professionals who prioritize your growth and success
Commitment to Diversity
We are an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse, inclusive and equitable workplace and candidate
experience. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, national
origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital or family status, disability, gender, gender identity or expression,
pregnancy or caregiver status, veteran status, or any other legally protected status.
Not sure you meet all the qualifications? We encourage you to apply by sending your resume to [email protected] so we can explore your potential

Posted on 6/14/24: 

Clinical Psychologist/Staff Therapist
Part Time or Full Time Professional
New York, NY

Summary: Hamlet Therapy is seeking a hard-working part time or full time staff psychologist/therapist for its expanding clinical practice. Hamlet Therapy offers thoughtful, evidence-based and
individualized care for clients and families of all ages. We are formally trained in cutting edge treatments for diagnoses related to personality, mood, anxiety, and developmental issues.
Typical referral concerns include emotional dysregulation or cognitive rigidity, school refusal, suicidality/self harm, disordered eating, and procrastination. Successful candidates will collaboratively participate in our multidisciplinary group practice and contribute to a dynamic team.
Reporting to the practice owner/founder, Hamlet Therapy is seeking part time or full time candidates to work in our NYC based office.
Hamlet Therapy is a dynamic, passionate, growing practice with multiple opportunities for training, supervision, leadership, and program development. Our competitive compensation can
include medical insurance, flexible work schedules, and retirement benefits.
● Provide comprehensive diagnostic evaluations and treatment, including clients with comorbid/complex diagnostic presentations.
● Provide empirically supported treatments such as Radically Open Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (RO DBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
(CBT) as well as mindfulness-based interventions in treatment.
● Conduct family-based interventions with parents and other family members, including Parent Management Training (PMT).
● Collaborate with educators, psychiatrists, and other medical providers on cases requiring pharmacotherapy
● Provide clinical supervision to psychology trainees, if applicable.
● Conduct public workshops on youth mental health topics as part of our community outreach.
● Other related duties as assigned by senior clinicians at Hamlet Therapy.
● Doctoral degree or masters degree from an accredited graduate institution (can include social work, clinical, combined school-clinical, and school programs).
● Must at least be in the process of obtaining a license or already have a current, valid, unrestricted license to practice psychology in the state of New York.
● Demonstrated expertise in evidence-based treatments, with experience treating teens, young adults, and families.

● Demonstrated experience with professional writing and public speaking preferred.
● Strong interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a wide range of individuals/groups.
● Flexible thinking with the ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment.
Special Considerations:
Please send your CV and cover letter to [email protected]. All new hires must be vaccinated unless they have been granted a reasonable accommodation for religion or disability.
If you are offered employment with Hamlet Therapy, this requirement must be met by your date of hire, unless a reasonable accommodation for exemption is received and approved.
Hamlet Therapy is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in employment based on race, religion (including religious dress and grooming practices), color, sex/gender
(including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding or related medical conditions), sex stereotype, gender identity/gender expression/transgender (including whether or not you are transitioning or have transitioned) and sexual orientation; national origin (including language use restrictions and possession of a driver’s license issued to persons unable to prove their presence in the United States is authorized under federal law [Vehicle Code section 12801.9]); ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information/characteristics, marital status/registered domestic partner status, age (40 and over), sexual orientation, military or veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law or ordinance or regulation.

Posted on 5/22/24: 

We are very excited to be expanding our team here at Guidepost DBT. We are currently looking for DBT Therapists (PhDs, PsyD, MFT, LPCC, LCSW) who are located near Marin and licensed in California. Ideally this individual would be available for both in person and telehealth sessions. Our group practice delivers adherent and comprehensive DBT, RO-DBT, DBT-PE, and DBT-A. We’re a small but mighty team of 10 therapists right now and looking to add another 2-3 team members who are passionate about supporting clients in achieving their life worth living goals.

For more details, please visit our Careers page at or reach out to Chantal, our General Manager, with your resume: [email protected]

If you are doing your post-doc in California and you are interested in completing your hours with us, please also reach out to Chantal as we have part time and full time positions available!

Posted on 3/27/24: 

Therapist: Individual and Group Therapy (Licensed or Unlicensed)
TLA Therapy
1849 Sawtelle Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90025
Hybrid work
$22 – $100 an hour – Full-time

Posted on2/22/24:

Position opening for a GS 11 – 13 Psychologist in the Women’s Residential Treatment Program for SUD and PTSD at American Lake VA in beautiful Tacoma, WA! If you want to be part of a team that supports one another while helping our Veterans heal and create a more meaningful life (and we have fun doing it!), then look no further than this position! This 12-bed, treatment program that focuses on SUD and/or PTSD treatment for female-identifying Veterans, utilizing evidence-based approaches (e.g., DBT, CBT for SUD, PE, CPT, etc.). It will also offer skills-based groups and specialty interventions to support recovery goals. Flexible schedules and relocation incentives are available for this position! External posting:

Posted on 2/22/24:

Modiin Behavioral is looking to add a therapist (clinical psychologist or social worker) to join our team. We are a private CBT/DBT practice in Modiin that maintains both Adult and Adolescent DBT programs in addition to individual CBT based therapies.

The position is on-boarding, beginning as part-time, with the potential of developing into a more full-time role.The candidate will provide individual therapy to clients, co-lead DBT skills groups, receive individual weekly supervision and didactic training, and participate in our training and consultation team meetings.

Looking for applicants with a strong CBT background. The ability to practice in both English and Hebrew is a plus! Experience implementing adherent DBT is very helpful.

Applications and CV can be sent to
[email protected]:


Posted on 1/5/24:

Immediate career opportunity for an enthusiastic Psychologist/Social Worker/Mental Health Counselor looking for a clinical home where they can grow their skills in evidence-based treatment. New Perspective Psychological Services is a small group practice with a collaborative approach to treatment.

We believe that emotional health is a fundamental part of overall physical health and general well-being. Thus, we have a growing practice that is dedicated to providing accessible, quality care that is responsive to the needs of our surrounding communities.

Our clients often seek us out because they are looking for clinicians who are competent in both providing CBT, DBT, ACT, MI etc. and are able to support them in the exploration of racial & gender identities, and process experiences of discrimination so that they can start new patterns that are reflective of who they truly are.  As such we specialize in serving serve BIPOC and LGBTQ+ identified clients.

We would love to interview qualified candidates who are passionate about the professional practice of psychology and implementing social justice through your clinical work.

Check out our website right now at for more information about us and our practice.

LGBTQ & Candidates of Color are encouraged to apply


  • Provide empirically-supported care including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • DBT Skills Group
  • Clinical documentation
  • Participate in a collaborative treatment team


  • Demonstrated expertise in trauma work & DBT is preferred
  • Experience working with children/teens preferred
  • Flexibility to work hours to meet productivity goals and deadlines
  • Strong teamwork ethic; positive, flexible attitude; ability to take complete ownership of responsibilities
  • Strong desire to increase clinical skills and receive continued training throughout you career
  • MA or Doctorate from a reputable graduate programs