Outpatient Therapist

Position Description

  • Provide assessment, treatment planning, and therapy to children, teens, and families.¬†Must work with young children (age 5+).
  • Collaborate with parents, caseworkers, school personnel, and other relevant systems.
  • Flexible day-time schedule with no on-calls hours.
  • We current have office space available 2-3 days per week with the option to include telehealth and/or school-based therapy for additional hours. Start date negotiable.
  • Opportunity available at either office (Carlisle or Chambersburg).

What We Provide

  • Consistent referrals, beautiful office, and a dynamic, supportive work environment that values work-life balance and high quality care.
  • Billing, credentialing, marketing/referrals, and intake scheduling provided.
  • Biweekly peer consultation and as-needed individual consultation.
  • Support for your professional development, including an Annual Continuing Education allowance and training opportunities.
  • Technology including a work-issued laptop, EHR, telehealth platform, etc.
  • Professional liability insurance through the practice.
  • A competitive rate of reimbursement. (This is a fee-for-service position, paid as a percentage of net revenue received. Estimated annual income ranges from $58,000-$70,000 for full-time licensed therapists scheduling 28 clients per week with 4 weeks off + 8 holidays.)
  • Visit our Jobs Overview page for more information about our practice.

Requirements

  • Licensed to practice independently in Pennsylvania (i.e., LCSW, LPC, LMFT, or Psychologist).
  • At least three years of post-Masters experience providing therapy to children, teens, and/or families.
  • Experience and interest in working with young children.
  • Available to schedule a minimum of 15 clients per week.
  • Must meet state requirements for background check and clearances and provide record of vaccination against COVID-19.

Ideal Candidates

  • Are skilled in treating trauma and utilizing evidence-based and theoretically-sound interventions.
  • Enjoy working with clients from a broad range of socioeconomic backgrounds.
  • Have experience in community mental health and the Medical Assistance system.
  • Are organized and conscientious self-starters with great “people-skills.”

How to Apply

Please send the following via email or mail:

  • A cover letter explaining why you are interested in this position
  • A c.v. or resume that details your clinical experience with youth

Please feel free to contact Dr. Liz Campbell by phone (717-422-6440, ext. 21) or by email with questions or for more information.