Hiring - Mental Health Therapist
Lumen Therapy Services is looking to expand our team of compassionate and focused therapists. Specifically, we are looking for therapists who specialize in working with couples/relationships, individuals, and families with systemic and attachment-oriented approaches. Lumen Therapy Services offers an opportunity to be a part of an emerging team of diverse and culturally responsive therapists. We believe that all our parts deserve space to thrive to best meet the dynamic needs of our clients. We are committed to a diverse and inclusive practice for our clients and staff and encourage applications from therapists of color/therapists who are racialized and LGBTQQIPA+ therapists. If this piques your interest, we would love to connect with you.
We currently have full-time therapist positions for therapists interested in developing their advanced skills in relational and attachment-oriented therapies, including but not limited to an emphasis on Emotionally Focused Therapy. Therapists will primarily provide couple/relationship, family, and individual therapy for people.
We offer administrative supervision and support for your growth as a therapist, including group consultation, in-service trainings, supplemental training budgets, and a collaborative team of motivated and supportive colleagues. To avoid dual relationships, our pre-licensed therapists secure additional outside clinical supervision for licensure and certifications.
This is an employment (W2) position with career potential! Compensation is a percentage of the fee collected based on experience, number of clinical hours, and time with the company. Performance based pay increases are based on maintaining caseload for 47 weeks in a calendar year, allowing for vacations and holidays.
The current position requires your availability for:
- Minimum of 22 hours a week of client sessions.
- Additional hours for clinical documentation, client coordination, consultation, and professional development.
- Flexible schedule including evenings and/or weekends.
- Your schedule will be determined upon hire with the practice owners.
- Clients are currently seen remotely via secure video platform. Once in-office therapy resumes, the position will be located in Denver.
We provide a pathway for therapists to ultimately retain 70% of the fee, increments to that level are dependent on maintaining client contact hours, licensure, certification in therapy approaches, and/or annual increases.
- Provide excellent care to individuals, couples/relationships, and families.
- Commitment to learning and refining your systemic therapy skills.
- See clients flexibly as your caseload grows, ideally 22 hours minimum per week.
- Learn and utilize our administrative systems.
- Timely completion of clinical documentation.
- Master’s Degree, PhD or PsyD in a mental health program, or currently enrolled and graduating this semester. Master’s or Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy, Counseling, Clinical Psychology, or Social Work, is encouraged. Spring 2022 graduates are encouraged to apply.
- Colorado License (LPC, LCSW, LMFT, PhD, PsyD) or eligibility for licensure/licensure candidate.
- Reside in Colorado, or willingness to move and be licensed in Colorado.
- Experience or interest in developing competency in the following: attachment-based approaches such as Emotionally Focused Therapy, addictions, trauma, grief, being culturally curious, competent, and interested in furthering a culturally infused practice.
- Additional consideration for specialized training or experience or credentials in EFT, trauma, sex/intimacy therapy, addictions, or child/family therapy.
- We want individuals who will be fully engaged with our practice and will not maintain an adjacent practice on their own.
- Self-aware and eager to be a part of our team.
Please email a cover letter, resume, and responses to the following questions to Robert Allan and Lukas Schafer at [email protected]. We welcome professional letters of recommendation.
- Please describe any previous education or work experience with individuals, couples, relationships, and families, including approximate number of direct client contact hours and preferred modalities.
- Please describe any additional training you have completed beyond your university-based education.
- What types of clients are you excited to work with? Are there any client issues or concerns you do not feel comfortable working with, or are beyond your current competency?
- Please describe how you approach clients from an attachment perspective.
- Please describe your lived experience and training in systemic issues that impact clients such as racism, homophobia, sexism, transphobia, and other factors that negatively impact our mental and physical health.
- Outline why you think we might be a good fit for you. If you are in another position now, why do you want to transition to our group practice?
- Please include anything else that you would like us to know about why you think you would be an excellent addition to our team!