If you are a licensed mental health practitioner, Life Counseling Institute is an amazing place to work!

We are looking for team members seeking full- or part-time opportunities. Our ideal candidate is energetic, proactive, attuned, and highly attentive and engaging with clients, with solid clinical judgement and decision making ability.

Experienced and fully licensed therapists are encouraged to apply; you will love this job if you are interested in focusing on clinical work without the hassle of practice management and want the sense of community that comes from working with highly skilled, engaging therapists who work collaboratively. In addition, because our therapists are employees and not independent contractors, this is a fantastic opportunity for therapists working toward independent licensure.

Life Counseling Institute offers a wonderfully collegial work environment with an amazing group of clinicians, highly competitive salary, quality consultation/supervision, training events, fun staff outings, and a beautiful office setting.

The hired individuals will develop a caseload over time. Benefits include paid time off (PTO), retirement plan, supervision/consultation, training and professional development opportunities. Full-time employees are eligible for BCBS PPO health and dental insurance and short-term disability insurance.

Highest preference given to candidates with experience or training in working with couples (especially AMFT/LMFTs)

Here’s a video of one of our staff outings, at which we had fun with a Social Anxiety Exposure Scavenger hunt. As you may know, the treatment for social anxiety consists of exposure to feared situations, such as fear of judgement or embarrassment, so LCI staff went out and “walked the walk” of exposure therapy, having a blast in the process! Watch this 4-minute video and see why LCI is such a great place to work!

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