Join Our Practice
Get the benefits of a private practice without the risk and the investment.
The Center for Couples and Families is looking for motivated, independently Licensed Therapists LMFT, LMFTA, LPC, LPCI, LCSW, and Psychologists. We are a part of the nationwide network of Centers for Couples and Families.
You will benefit from our marketing, support and a well-equipped, aesthetically pleasing office to receive your clients at a schedule decided by you!
We also provide a HIPAA compliant, web-based note taking system upon scheduling your first client, administrative support, and appointment reminders for your clients.
What the therapist is expected to provide:
- We expect the therapist to be highly motivated and available to market themselves within the framework of the center.
- At least 10 appointment openings a week to receive clients during regular business hours
- Active involvement in our marketing operations:
– Participate in marketing and networking events
– Setup an active online presence (training is provided)
- Participate actively to our online marketing initiatives (blogs, social media, video, pictures, etc.)
- Have a valid therapist license and insurance in the State of Utah
- Adhere to all laws and rules of ethics pertaining to the licensure
- Possibility to organize groups or participate in existing groups
Job Type: Contract
Required minimum education: Master’s
Required licenses or certifications: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Psychologist
Network of Therapists
Our network of effective, friendly & credible therapists is unparalleled. Each specialist has been individually selected & approved by our team of therapy & training experts.
We’ll prove to you that the results, our ethics & our standards for exceptional therapies & services will go above and beyond your expectations. Guaranteed.
- A New Start. A New Journey. A New You. How the right therapy, and the right therapist can help get you there by David Nutter, MA, LAMFTFebruary 13, 2018 - 5:36 pm
- Why Should Couples Consistently Set New Year’s Resolutions Together? By Dr. Matt Eschler, Ph.D, LMFTFebruary 10, 2018 - 5:07 pm
- An Ethic to Live: Building Barriers to Suicide Around Ourselves & Those We Love by Laura Skaggs-DulinFebruary 10, 2018 - 4:53 pm
- Simple Ways to Improve Mood by Alberto Souza, MSN, APRN, FNP-CFebruary 10, 2018 - 4:27 pm