Boston Center for Couples and Sexuality is looking for part time psychotherapists to join our group practice. Therapists of Color are encouraged to apply. We are located in Arlington, however, as all sessions are being conducted via telehealth, applicants can work from home. Requirements include being fully licensed in the State of Massachusetts, and registered with CAQH. Credentialing with BCBS, or other insurance panels is a plus. Compensation is $50 per hour, including documentation, and paid out monthly. Therapist ideally would have a niche(s) (couples, sex therapy, trauma, EMDR, family, IFS, Brainspotting,etc.), or interested in continuing education to develop a niche. BCCS can help with marketing therapists to grow their referral base and recognition in the community. Candidate must be independent, driven, collaborative, and enhance our fun, connected, and positive minded group of clinicians. Monthly group consultation/Professional Development meetings are mandatory. Ongoing work on Systemic Equity and Diversity is expected. Candidate will be employee status.
Steady stream of referrals
A medical biller to coordinate benefits/eligibility and submit claims
Individual consultation with our owner (Licensed Psychologist)
Monthly group case consultation
Supportive team environment
Comfortable office space and option for telehealth
*Therapists of color are encouraged to apply
*Current State of MA license as a PhD, PsyD, LICSW, LMFT or LMHC *Availability to work 4-10 hrs per week *Minimum 1 year post independent licensure *Paneled with BCBS a plus *Prior private practice experience is a plus
Send cover letter and CV.
Master's or Doctorate
Required license or certification:
Clinical Psychologist, LMHC, LMFT or LICSW (please do not apply if you are provisionally licensed or do not have a license (e.g., LCSW)
3 openings. Telecommuting is allowed.
Internal Number: 5432
About Boston Center for Couples and Sexuality
Carita Anderson, Ph.D. is a MA licensed psychologist with a new group practice located in Arlington, MA. Dr. Anderson has been in individual practice since 2010, after taking several years off after completing a post-doctoral fellowship in sex therapy to care for three children. Sexual health and sexuality have always been important areas of practice. Couples work is a natural part of the work, which also calls for additional, specific skills. Social justice issues and systemic oppression continue to show up in clinical work. As such, the Boston Center for Couples and Sexuality aims to help develop socially aware, highly skilled clinicians to work with a wide range of clients -- both clinicians and clients of color and of majority race.