We look for staff and interns who are social justice focused, committed to anti-oppressive work, and who desire working in a collaborative co-op style work environment.
We Are Not Currently Hiring Prac Students, Interns, or Pre-Licensed Clinicians
We are considering hiring the right fit for any licensed clinicians: LMFTs, LPCs, or LCSWs
Our agency is a collaborative agency, growing towards becoming a full co-op in the future. We are a strong community where we all share leadership and decision-making duties, with each of us taking part in different day-to-day functions of the agency, as we have interest, strength, and ability. We are working towards a system in which all clinicians can have ownership if they choose.
The ideal applicant will have experience in clinical work with children and adolescents, social justice and multicultural frameworks, and competency in serving the queer, trans, and/or gender expansive communities as clients and/or supervisees. Applicants with lived experience in the BIPOC and/or AAPI communities, and who speak Spanish are strongly encouraged to apply.
We have a unique anti-burnout model in which our clinicians tell us how they want to contribute to our team through any combination of client hours, admin work, and agency support. We see full-time clinical work as an average of 20 clients a week with no more than a 32 hour work week, with the flexibility for our clinicians to see anywhere between 5-20 clients per week based on their needs. Our clinicians have opportunities for agency-sponsored trainings, wellness opportunities, and being a part of a passionate group of queer clinicians. We value relationships and are looking for applicants excited to collaborate, share resources, and build community together. We can accept counseling and social worker positions as we have LCSW and LPC clinicians on staff.
- Full License in the state of Colorado by start date
- Experience working with youth, adolescents, and the queer, trans, and/or gender expansive communities
- Supervision training and experience
- Keep a caseload of clients/supervisees that feels good to you
- Follow professional and agency standards for documentation
- Attend regular consultation, team, and supervision meetings
- Contribute to our community in areas that interest you (finances, marketing, outreach, website design, trainings, etc.)
We have a collaborative compensation system based on a collective and non-hierarchical model in which all the agency’s profits are split equitably in ‘shares’ based on the average number of clients/supervisees you want to see per week (example: 5, 10, 15, 20, or 25). This is averaging out to around $4,000-$5,000 per month for full time (around 18-22 clients a week) at present and will continue to increase as we expand. You get to choose your own workload and contribution level. Our model provides for 6 weeks of paid time off a year.
Send to Dr. M Saltis (they/them)firstname.lastname@example.org:
A cover letter, resume/CV, and a 500-word minimum statement containing:
- Your experiences with serving the queer, trans, and gender expansive communities including clients and supervisees
- Your understanding of how multiculturalism and social justice inform your clinical work and/or supervisory work
- Your understanding of your own social locations and how this impacts your clinical work and/or supervisory work
- The supervision theories and frameworks that inform your approaches to supervision (if applicable)