Dallas CBT is hiring for the following positions
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Dallas CBT is seeking a fulltime licensed psychologist to provide cognitive behavioral and other empirically-supported therapies. This position offers opportunities for flexibility with scheduling and caseload, pursuit of clinical interests, full administrative support, a positive collegial environment, and consultation to enhance clinical skills. Ideal applicants will 1) have graduated from an APA accredited doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology, 2) demonstrate strong clinical skills in CBT, 3) demonstrate interest in working within an upbeat group private practice setting, and 4) have obtained full licensure to practice psychology in Texas. Financial compensation will be based on percentage of billings, and percentage will be commensurate with clinician’s experience level. Applicants with provisional licensure may be considered for a Provisionally Licensed Psychologist position, which may transition to Team Psychologist upon completion of full licensure.
Team Therapist (LPC, LMFT, LCSW)
Dallas CBT is seeking a fulltime licensed professional counselor (LPC), licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT), or licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) to provide cognitive behavioral and other empirically-supported therapies. This position offers opportunities for flexibility with scheduling and caseload, pursuit of clinical interests, full administrative support, a positive collegial environment, and consultation to enhance clinical skills. Ideal applicants will 1) have graduated from an accredited master’s program in counseling, 2) demonstrate strong clinical skills in CBT, 3) demonstrate interest in working within a group private practice setting, and 4) have obtained full licensure to practice independently in Texas. Preference will be given to applicants who are LPC-Supervisors. Financial compensation will be based on percentage of billings, and percentage will be commensurate with clinician’s experience level.
Post-Doctoral Clinical Fellowship
We invite applications for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship beginning in Fall 2018. The overarching goals of the fellowship training experience are to develop cognitive-behavioral specialization in therapy, practice integration of scientific findings into clinical practice, and develop an autonomous professional identity during the transition from trainee to independent psychologist.
Training will focus on refinement of cognitive-behavioral and exposure therapy skills for anxiety disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, and depression in children, adolescents, and adults. Optional training tracks include parent training in treatment of child behavioral disorders and evidence-based treatments for trichotillomania and other body-focused repetitive behavior disorders.
Supervision and didactics during the first year of the fellowship emphasize building and augmenting CBT skills. During the second year, the expectation is for the clinician to develop increased autonomy and full licensure to practice independently while still utilizing continued training experiences to support this transition. During this period, special focus will be paid to ethical decision making and professional development. Dallas CBT’s training activities include direct clinical practice, didactic training, direct observation of clinicians, bug in the ear supervision, group case consultation, and participation in workshops and professional conferences.
Ideal applicants are graduates from an APA-accredited Ph.D. or Psy.D. program who demonstrate strong clinical skills in CBT and interest in working within a collaborative group private practice setting. To apply, please send your CV, cover letter, and three letters of recommendation to Katie@DallasCBT.com. Candidates may then be invited to interviews with directors and team members at Dallas CBT offices. Financial compensation will be discussed at interview and will be commensurate with other private practice postdoctoral fellowships.
Dallas CBT is seeking a full-time practice administrator whose responsibilities would fall primarily under three domains: 1) day-to-day operations of the practice, 2) executive assistant duties, and 3) professional networking and marketing.
Our ideal Practice Administrator is passionate about a career in healthcare administration and is organized, efficient, adaptable, and able to perform well in many roles. The ideal candidate will share in Dallas CBT’s commitment to our clients and our authentic and collaborative culture. This position is ultimately responsible for ensuring that the practice is running smoothly day-to-day by anticipating and proactively addressing the needs of our team and clients. This role requires frequent shifts in tasks throughout the day, leading our team with positivity, and flexibly responding to a diversity of tasks.
Essential duties and responsibilities include:
• Conducting phone screens on psychological symptoms to determine treatment fit
• Communication with clients for scheduling, billing, and other administrative needs
• Communication with other professionals for coordination of care
• Obtaining and scanning client paperwork
• Maintaining tidiness and organization of office
• Errand running including purchasing needs of office and directors
• Billing for appointments
• Networking/Marketing meetings with other professionals
• Planning events for the team and general maintenance of team morale
• Strong written and verbal communications skills, problem solving skills, ability to multi-task, attention to detail, and highly organized
• Strong interpersonal skills, a positive attitude, and a natural tendency to be proactive
• Adaptably managing other tasks as needed
• Bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration or related field
• Two years of office management or similar experience
• Basic knowledge of the mental health field or background in psychology
Compensation will range from $40,000-$50,000 annually, commensurate with qualifications and prior work experience. Start date in January 2018.