Cambridge Psychology Group (CPG; www.cambridgepsych.org) is expanding our team in the greater Boston area and throughout Massachusetts. We are a multi-specialty center providing evidence-based therapy, consultation, and training for adults and youth, and we are looking to add several new therapists (PhD, PsyD, LICSW, or LMHC) with experience providing evidence-based therapies for anxiety, OCD, depression, ADHD, PTSD, bipolar disorder, substance use disorders, borderline personality disorder, or other mental health conditions. Ideal applicants would have experience with one or more EBTs for adults and/or youth (e.g., CBT, ACT, RFT, ERP, DBT, MI, CPT, PE, PB-CBT, Unified Protocol, Positive Psychology interventions, compassion-focused therapy, MBCT, SPACE, parent management training, PCIT, TF-CBT, etc.). There is also the option to provide couples and family treatment as desired.
CPG is a private pay practice that offers highly competitive salary and benefit packages with uncapped earnings. We also offer flexibility to our therapists in setting their own schedules and choosing caseload size. At this time, we primarily provide teletherapy, and in addition there are opportunities to see clients in the office. As the pandemic lifts, our aim is to utilize a hybrid care model, so that our therapists can work fully remote, fully in-person, or a combination of both.
Most of our therapists have trained at or have current appointments at McLean Hospital or Harvard Medical School. We therefore can offer a unique opportunity for continued supervision, consultation, training, and community for individuals who join our team. We would also be interested in applicants who want to help supervise practicum students and postdocs in state-of-the-art treatment approaches. We aim to be a teaching community, inspired by the training missions of the institutions with which we are affiliated.
Our team at CPG currently includes 17 providers. We are building a community of kind, dedicated, innovative therapists who want to work, learn, and grow together throughout their careers. Our approach is grounded in flexibly applying evidence-based treatment that leads to positive changes in our clients’ lives. Many of our therapists are active contributors to the research base supporting EBTs.
We enjoy having a team with diverse strengths. Our aim is to support you in being the therapist you most want to be. Our ideal team members enjoy the freedom and autonomy of private practice but also want connection with a community of terrific colleagues. Our community supports peer consultations, team-building events, mentorships, and shared resources and trainings.
In addition to individual therapy, we aim to be one of Massachusetts’s leading providers of group therapy. We currently offer 13 therapy groups within 2 tracks: a general track and an OCD track. Our groups focus on many topics, including anxiety, depression, substance use, grief, procrastination, perfectionism, OCD, CBT, ACT, and DBT. We hope to continue expanding our therapy groups and IOP programs in new directions as well.
We also have many opportunities for our therapists to grow into leadership roles. These could include starting therapy groups of your own, directing IOP programs, supervising trainees, engaging in outreach efforts at the local and national level, or expanding our practice into new services, client populations, or technologies.
Below are more details about the therapist positions that we offer:
- PhD or PsyD from an APA-accredited doctoral program in Clinical, Counseling, or School Psychology (or MSW/LMHC from an accredited program)
- Completed an APA-accredited internship (for PhDs or PsyDs)
- Licensed, license-eligible, or pursing a license in Massachusetts
- Experience in providing evidence-based therapy to adults, adolescents, or children
- Experience with group therapy is helpful but not essential
- Commitment to cultural humility, diversity, and inclusion
- Conduct evidence-based individual psychotherapy for adults and/or youth
- Maintain licensure in Massachusetts
- Participate in staff/consultation team meetings and coordinate care with other colleagues as needed
- If you are interested, there also will be optional opportunities to:
- Lead, co-lead or create therapy groups of your own
- Develop and lead an IOP program with support from directors
- Offer paid presentations or trainings to the community
- Create paid blog posts
- Participate in continuing education trainings offered within the practice
- Supervise and train graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and early career therapists
- Highly competitive compensation and benefit package with uncapped earnings (fee-for-service options)
- Health, dental and vision insurance
- 401K Retirement plan and short-term disability options
- Support from a caring team of professionals through peer consultation groups, rounds, supervision, training, and collaboration on cases
- Ability to work remotely, in-person, or a combination of both
- Opportunities for leadership in our growing practice
- Strong work-life balance
- Experienced support staff for recruiting, intaking, and billing
Equal Opportunity Employer:
Cambridge Psychology Group is fully committed to a diverse workforce and a policy of equal employment opportunity in all of its activities, including employment decisions. Applicants from members of under-represented groups are highly encouraged to apply. CPG policy forbids employees and associates to discriminate against anyone based on race, religion, color, gender, age, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, relationship identity or relationship structure, gender identity or expression, veteran status, disability or any other characteristic protected by law.
Interested candidates should send an email and CV to: Steve Marshall, PhD, Director, Cambridge Psychology Group. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve Marshall, Ph.D
Director and Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Cambridge Psychology Group
Cambridge Psychology Group
226 Massachusetts Ave., Suite 2A
Arlington, MA 02474