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Employment Opportunities for Licensed Psychologists, Therapists, and Social Workers at Modern Intimacy

Does Modern Intimacy Have Any Employment Opportunities for Psychologists, Therapists or Social Workers?

Modern Intimacy is seeking a skilled and passionate full- or part-time LICENSED professional counselors, therapists, social workers or psychologists to join an established and growing group practice. All Clinical Associates are working via Teletherapy exclusively at this time.

 

Modern Intimacy’s team is comprised of various types of therapists and providers. We are a team of highly trained doctoral-level clinical psychologists and master’s level therapists, who diagnose and treat mental health conditions and specialize in talk therapy related to emotional problems, trauma, substance abuse and addiction, sex and relationship concerns, with evidence-based and innovative models. 

 

Modern Intimacy is expanding in Los Angeles, Miami + Chicago

All clinicians on the at Modern Intimacy work with adults (individuals and couples) from an inclusive and strengths-based perspective. All providers specialize in at least one unique area or are in pursuit of specialization in various types of therapies. We do not employ medical doctors, offer medical health services or prescribe medication.

 

This practice is LGBTQ+ affirmative, culturally sensitive, and our team members are in perpetual examination of the self, the team collectively, and our work with clients.

 

It is our mission to learn, know and do better, always. 

What Are the Requirements to Join the Modern Intimacy team?

 

Candidates interested in becoming a Clinical Associate at Modern Intimacy will: 

Possess an active license to practice in the states of California, Illinois or Florida or, as a Psychologist, Clinical Social Worker, Marriage + Family Therapist, or Mental Health Counselor 

Have graduated from an accredited graduate program with a degree in clinical or counseling psychology, social work, or marriage and family therapy 

Minimum of one (1) year full-time clinical experience post-licensure

Possess the ability to provide and receive constructive feedback

Have a desire to work collaboratively with the local and national team

Possess malpractice insurance 

Have excellent writing skills and a desire to write

Be self-initiating when it comes to asking questions and problem solving, and have a passionate, forever-student, mentality

Have the ability to self-examine, communicate and collectively process with the team, related to transference, countertransference and dimensions of multiculturalism and inclusivity

Research experience (designing, conducting, and summarizing) preferred

Additional enrollment or certification from one or more of the following preferred:

  • American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) 
  • International Institute for Trauma + Addiction Professionals (IITAP)
  • PACT Institute, Gottman Institute, or Imago Therapy
  • Eye Movement Desensitization + Reprocessing (EMDR) 
  • Other specializations related to trauma, sexuality, or couples work

 

Modern Intimacy Seems to Have Great Employment Opportunities for Psychologists, Therapists + Social Workers. How Do I Apply?

 

If you are interested in joining our growing team, please email [email protected] 

Submissions without all 5 of the following criteria will not be considered:

A cover letter that summarizes:

  • your interest in working with Modern Intimacy, your experience working with individuals and couples,
  • your preferred therapeutic orientation,
  • experience and intention in working a group practice, and
  • an explanation of your experience and/or passion for working within the niche of sexuality and relationships

Curriculum vitae

Writing Sample (a blog you have written)

Compensation Expectations 

Phone number and email for a minimum of three (3) professional references

Modern Intimacy is an equal opportunity employer, and prohibits employment decisions based on race, religion, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, political affiliation, protected veteran status, or sexual orientation.