Noah Clyman, LCSW, ACT
Seeking Intern Types:
A thriving private psychotherapy center is hiring a clinician to provide psychotherapy on a fee-for-service basis. NYC Cognitive Therapy is dedicated to providing quality mental health services to those who are struggling with anxiety and depression problems. We specialize in helping our teen and adult clients overcome panic, social anxiety, worry, OCD, depression, among many other common emotional difficulties, using evidence based therapy, specifically Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. We are hiring a licensed therapist (LMSW/LCSW, LMHC) for 3 days a week (one weekday morning beginning at 8 AM, one weekday evening from 6-9 PM, and Saturdays required). The ideal applicant needs to have experience (or strong motivation to learn) providing evidenced based and cognitive behavioral psychotherapy/counseling to adults with anxiety and depression problems and a solid understanding of these methods. A minimum of 12 hours of post-masters training in evidence based therapy in working with adults is also required or willingness to attain this within 6 months of hire. This is a great opportunity to focus on providing therapy to wonderful, private practice clients without the burden of running the business or the bureaucracy of agency work. Other Benefits of Working for NYC Cognitive Therapy: • Excellent, motivated, and friendly clients • Supportive, multidisciplinary, high achieving, fun, and professional team of therapists • Independent working environment with limited meetings and business duties • Ability to make positive changes and develop various programs of interest • Regular consultation/training with certified cognitive therapist The ideal candidate is someone who would like to develop a career with NYC Cognitive Therapy and who is passionate about providing exceptional therapy to high functioning clients who struggle with anxiety or depression problems. He or she is dedicated to staying on top of the latest research in the field of therapy, continuing skill development and training, and becoming skilled at implementing this with our clients in a supportive, kind, and honest manner. If you meet these qualifications and believe it would be a good fit, please submit a cover letter, resume, and your answers to the following questions to Noah Clyman at NYC Cognitive Therapy. Supplemental Questions: Explain what draws you to using CBT or other evidence based methods? What training do you have in CBT? If somewhat limited, describe your motivation/willingness to pursue this. Describe how you would work with someone with panic attacks or OCD (you choose) and your experience helping clients in this area. What interests you in working with NYC Cognitive Therapy? What are your career goals? What days and hours are you available to work? What are your hourly salary requirements? For further details about NYC Cognitive Therapy visit our website at www.nyccognitivetherapy.com.
How to Apply:
If interested, email your cover letter, CV, and answers to the supplemental questions above, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Candidates must possess the following requirements: - Hold an MSW from an accredited university + have successfully passed the LMSW licensing exam. - Previous experience providing psychotherapy to an adult and adolescent population. - Familiarity with the cognitive model & CBT interventions. - Ability to make a minimum commitment of 12 months to the practice.
-Copy of degree from an accredited Master's level counseling/social work program. -Copy of license (LMSW or LMHC) or limited permit.
NYC Cognitive Therapy is a private practice owned and operated by Noah Clyman, LCSW, ACT. The primary mission of NYC Cognitive Therapy is to provide cognitive behavioral psychotherapy (CBT) to the community at affordable rates. Another part of the mission is to provide education and training in the practice of CBT to clinicians seeking supervision and/or fee-for-service work in the practice. The ‘fee-for-service’ part of the mission is designed to provide therapists who have been in some form CBT training the opportunity to integrate this experience into their ongoing clinical work with patients.