|Date Posted||October 31, 2019|
|Category|| Therapist/Counselor |
|Job Type|| Part-time |
We are expanding! The Center for Eating Disorders (CED) is the premier eating disorder treatment program in Maryland, serving the community for over 30 years. We are growing fast and hiring for multiple positions. We are looking for licensed therapists to provide empirically-supported psychological treatment in a warm and supportive environment using innovative delivery methods. These are new roles within our growing program.
The ideal candidate will be highly skilled and excited to make an immediate impact in our expanding program. New CED therapists will be joining a team of top eating disorder experts committed to providing proven treatments in creative ways. Joining the team during this period of growth will provide great opportunities for making real contributions to program development and ensure you will be working directly with CED leadership. This work is fast-paced, innovative, and highly collaborative. You will join a team of eating disorder specialists who are smart, creative, and fun to work with. We offer flexible schedules, ongoing training/supervision, benefits, and support for growth within the program.
If you are interested, please write to Kim Anderson, Ph.D. and tell her in 350 words why this role is a good match for you. Please explain why this position would move your career forward and describe how you might provide a unique contribution to our team. The email is email@example.com.
Thanks and enjoy your day!
Responsibilities: Provide individual, group, and family therapy, create behavioral change plans, collaborate with clinical treatment teams, and participate in program development
Job Requirements: Master’s degree in Psychology or Social work, MD counseling or social work license, ED experience preferred, Experience providing cognitive behavioral therapy preferred
Full-Time Benefits: Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance, Short and Long Term Disability, Life insurance, 401K, Profit Share, PTO, Free Parking