Part-Time, Associate or Licensed Psychotherapist

Our office has been getting at least 1-2 calls every day for clients who are looking for after hours or weekend sessions, and we always turn them away because there are very few clinicians in our office who work after 5:00 or 6:00. That means those rooms are sitting there empty when they could be bringing healing to broken hearts and providing income to local therapists who need some extra spending money during these inflated times.
For this position we need clinicians to see a minimum of ten clients per week. This means they would need to schedule about 11-12 sessions per week.

That can be any combination of time. From 3 people a day, four days a week; 2 people a day six days a week; a few people on a Friday and a full day on Saturday; or whatever else might fit in your schedule. If you’re an associate, then each week you will get one unit of supervision, paid.

After you have been employed here for three months, you have the opportunity to access a 0% interest loan for EMDR training. Training in EMDR is not a requirement for employment, but since a lot of our referral sources send people here to access EMDR we give the opportunity for training to employees who have shown promise during their first three months of employment. After training, their gross income increases (see attached document “How the Finances Stack up.”) because our rates are higher for a clinician who is trained in EMDR and that trickles down directly to the therapist.

You will also get to work among colleagues who are already trained in EMDR, so if during or after your training you have questions or need support, you’ll be in the right place!


  • Conduct biopsychosocial intake and needs assessment of individuals, significant others, and family members by testing, interviewing, observing and holding discussion sessions.
  • Participate in the development, implementation, and assessment of therapeutic treatment programs for each client.
  • Provide mental health services to individuals, couples, families, and adolescents utilizing attachment-focused and trauma-informed therapy strategies for improving relationships.
  • Maintain accurate, thoroughly documented client records with a quality of documentation that meets facility and licensing standards.
  • Have effective communication skills with colleagues, staff, and management.
  • Attend weekly supervision
  • Clock in and clock out daily.
  • Abides by all BBS Laws and Ethics guidelines
  • After three months of employment, clinicians are able to apply for a 0% interest loan from ILC to pay for EMDR training. We sign up up and pay for it, and you just pay it back from paycheck deductions.

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: $1,100.00 – $2,800.00 per month based on clinician seeing 10 clients a week, depending on experience and education.


  • Flexible schedule
  • Professional development assistance
  • Chromebook
  • Dedicated phone number provided
  • 4 paid holidays after one year of employment
  • Retirement (with office matching after one year)


  • Master’s degree or better from accredited university.
  • Must have active registration or license in good standing with the BBS (AMFT/LMFT, ASW/LCSW, APCC/LPCC).
  • Must be willing to maintain a consistent schedule (we will make that schedule flexibly around your needs, but then it needs to be reasonably consistent since clients usually need regular, recurring appts to avoid no-shows or last min cancels)
  • Must already have EMDRIA approved Basic Training in EMDR or be willing to be fully trained within six months of employment.

Note from the owner:

I’ve created this business with a dream to provide a beautiful and tranquil environment for the people in our community to access care and (more importantly) for the clinicians to have a sense of serenity and peacefulness in their lives. I want them to walk into their offices and feel like this is their calling as they relax into their chairs. I want them to enjoy all the snacks and goodies in the break room because their boss realizes that all this emotional labor makes you hungry and keeping up your energy is important for good therapy and happy therapists. I want the people who work here to feel like they are compensated fairly so that the therapist earns a good income and the business can support itself and can afford to provide perks and benefits. For this reason, I also take the whole staff to lunch on the second Wednesday of the month, my treat; for us to connect on a different level beyond ships passing in the night as we walk up and down the hall with our clients between sessions.

To apply for a part-time position at ILC, please email us with your resume and cover letter with the subject line: Part Time Therapist Job Inquiry.

The slideshow below has info on compensation and the pro's & con's of working at a group practice.