Licensed Therapists at Anxiety Specialists of Atlanta
Anxiety Specialists of Atlanta is accepting applications in 2021 for the position of Licensed (or licensed-eligible) Clinical Associate (i.e., PhD, PsyD, LPC, LCSW, LMFT).
Located about 20 minutes north of Atlanta, GA, in the suburbs of Dunwoody, we are a dedicated anxiety and OCD specialty outpatient clinic, with subspecialties in treating pediatric anxiety, selective mutism, health anxiety, body-focused repetitive disorders, complex traumas, and eating disorders. Our team relies exclusively on evidence-based interventions primarily driven by CBT, ACT, and DBT, with an emphasis on ERP, ACT, and exposure therapy for OCD and anxiety disorders. We offer individual, group, couples, parent-focused, and family-based treatment as well as telehealth services to Georgia residents living in underserved regions. Several of our psychologists are PSYPACT approved, making it possible for us to provide telehealth services in 15 PSYPACT-eligible states. We have a steady referral base and a very flexible work schedule in a beautiful office environment.
The applicant must possess a Georgia License as a mental health professional by the start of the position. The ideal applicant has specific interests and experience with CBT/ACT in treating OCD, phobias, social anxiety, separation anxiety, panic, trauma, health anxiety, sleep difficulties, and mood disorders. Interested candidates should have experience and interest in treating these disorders across the lifespan. We are looking for an applicant who is excited about private practice, works well with a team, has strong communication and leadership skills, and has interest in the science and protocols of anxiety assessment, diagnosis, and treatment. We are specifically interested in candidates with experience/interest in working with all ages, including pediatric populations.
We believe that supporting and encouraging inclusion, equity, and diversity makes us a stronger team and that attention to sociocultural factors in the work environment makes our staff and professional culture validating and empowering for all who believe the are under-represented or marginalized in society. Therefore, we strongly encourage applications from people with diverse racial, cultural, or ethnic backgrounds or who are members of other marginalized communities.
Compensation and Benefits:
We offer a strong compensation plan based on productivity, with incentive models built into the pay structure. We also offer reimbursement for Board Certification (ABPP), professional workshops/certifications that increase CBT, Exposure Therapy, or other specialty skills, a steady referral base, and a flexible work schedule in a beautiful office environment.
Rolling applications accepted, but ideally Spring/Summer of 2021.
To apply, interested candidates should send letter of interest and CV to Dr. Josh Spitalnick, Ph.D., ABPP, Clinical Director, by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org