Acorn Therapy, PLLC
7500 212th SW Edmonds , WA 98026
Acorn Therapy, PLLC, is hiring a compassion-focused and trauma-trained clinician. We're excited to find a new colleague who is invested in building greater access to high-quality care for adult clients with PTSD, C-PTSD, and other trauma and stressor-related experiences. This is an ideal role for a clinician wanting to work in private practice without dealing with the administrative load of running a business. Maybe that's you!
This position can be remote or hybrid remote/in-person. Remote therapists are encouraged to apply as we do receive out-of-county client inquiries.
Employment Type & Benefits
This is a W2, hourly, flexible schedule position that can be part-time or full-time. Benefits include:
Starting pay is $40-$55 per clinical hour DOE and licensure level; $25-$30 per administrative hour.
> Conduct trauma-sensitive intake assessments and MSEs for new clients.
> Provide individual therapy to clients on a weekly basis and/or as needed.
> Complete clinical, billing, and insurance documentation within specified time frames.
> Develop crisis and safety plans as needed.
> Adhere to all current federal and state laws, regulatory requirements, and ethical codes.
> Uphold Acorn Therapy's practice policies and procedures, HIPAA compliance, and clinical policies.
> Maintain professional licensure status, competency, and skills via self-directed learning and continued education.
> Balance clinical work with administrative tasks such as treatment planning, completing notes, scheduling, and responsive client communication.
> Represent the values of Acorn Therapy in your work with clients and among the larger community.
> Master's degree in clinical psychology, mental health counseling, or equivalent.
> Active and unrestricted mental health counselor license (or equivalent) in Washington State or be able to provide proof of forthcoming licensure. We're open to associate-level licensees; however, associates will need to secure off-site supervision - we are happy to support this process with a monthly supervision stipend.
> Active malpractice insurance with 1 million/3 million coverage.
> Particular desire to focus on trauma care and possess, at least, foundational knowledge of developmental trauma, shock trauma, complex trauma, attachment, and relational trauma.
> Competency in trauma-focused treatment planning, case conceptualization, and overarching trajectory for the therapeutic processes.
> Knowledge of additional co-occurring issues such as anxiety, depression, dissociative identity disorder, somatoform disorders, and personality disorganization.
> Knowledge of contemporary trauma theories that incorporate concepts such as attachment and safety-seeking, developmental psychology, affective neuroscience, psychophysiology, systemic/social-environmental factors, and grief in the context of trauma.
> Knowledge of specific trauma experiences such as intimate partner violence, sexual abuse, childhood bullying, and child neglect.
> Training and/or certification in one or more trauma treatment approaches such as EMDR, IFS/Parts/Ego States, Compassion-Focused Therapy, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, NARM, CPT, etc.
Contact Jessica French
Call or email us for more information. (425) 424-7187