Take a Seat are a speciality Mental Health Recruitment partner. We are more than just an agency we are mental health champions. Raising standards across the industry by working with the highest quality psychology professionals. We value quality over quantity and only work with partners that invest as much into their therapists as they do their patients. We understand what you do and what it takes to get there. After successfully becoming a market leader in the UK we are now bringing our expertise to the US.
We are currently recruiting for a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with a strong background in evidence based treatments. You need to be highly passionate about providing the best care, continuous learning and accountability. Our client is a practice run and supported by clinicians they invest into your wellbeing and happiness to ensure the best results. You will get to work with some of the best psychologists in the country and fully supported so you can spend less time on admin and more time doing what you love. With fully remote work and flexible schedules you will find the work life balance that suits you. A 25 hour week, doing 45 minute sessions, flexible so you can set hours that fit in with your lifestyle. You can enjoy the benefits of private practice without the hassles and isolation. Earning up to a $150k+ a year this is an opportunity that won’t be around for long.
What do you get
Steady stream of clients
Wellbeing benefits such as Gym/Yoga
Free Continuing Education Credit Courses
What do you need
Psyd or Phd in Clinical Psychology
Strong background using CBT, DBT or ACT
25 Hours Per Week
License to practice in Massachusetts
In the Greater Boston area
What do you want for the next stage of your career. If it’s working with a company that puts clinicians first, values high quality and continuous improvement, then this is the perfect opportunity. Have the benefits of private practice with a support team in place helping you to be the best version of yourself. Apply with your resume or message me directly to set up an informal chat.