Join the Counseling at Dupont team, where you can experience the benefits of a private practice environment without the hassle of administrative and billing responsibilities.
Counseling at Dupont is seeking a licensed, full-time therapist to join our small office of psychotherapists operating in the heart of Dupont Circle, at Connecticut and Q Streets NW (metro accessible). Counseling at Dupont provides individual, couples and group therapy services for individuals with commercial insurance, or for those who can only afford to pay a reduced fee for therapy. The role will require outreach and marketing to help with the growth of the practice.
Therapists at our office are full-time employees with benefits. We offer a no-cost healthcare plan, contribute to employees’ 403(b) plans without requiring an employee contribution, observe all federal holidays, offer paid vacation and sick time, and offer a yearly bonus in addition to an annual Cost Of Living Adjustment. We also provide five paid days per year for obtaining CEUs; the agency also covers the cost of training. All employees are covered under the agency’s general liability insurance policy. Hours and days are somewhat flexible, though therapists work two evenings per week.
More information about us can be found at www.counselingatdupont.com. Candidates must be in good standing with licensing body and eligible for insurance credentialing. CAQH enrollment desired.
If you are a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker or a Licensed Professional Counselor, and your work history and professional interests qualify you as an exceptional candidate, we welcome your cover letter and resume.
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) or a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).
Additional Salary Information: salary is based on experience
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About Counseling at DuPont
The McClendon Center serves the needs of adults diagnosed with serious and persistent mental illness by fostering creativity, friendship, stability, independence, emotional growth, and greater participation in the community. The Center was founded by the Reverend Doctor Jack E. McClendon and began operating in 1980 as a mission of the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church. In 2004 the McClendon Center became a separate 501(c)(3) organization. Our mission is to prepare people recovering from mental illness to improve their quality of life.