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Position and responsibilities

The Psychotherapist reports to the Clinical Practice Manager. The Psychotherapist is responsible for providing outpatient psychotherapy services (e.g. individual, couples, family, group) on a weekly basis. The majority of our clients identify as Black, African-American, African, Afro-Latino, and/or Biracial. They tend to seek out services to obtain support with managing anxiety, depression, stress, life transitions, grief/loss, relationship conflict, trauma, microaggressions/racism/discrimination in various life settings, and/or family issues. They tend to be working professionals and/or students, who have the capacity for insight oriented treatment. We do not offer crisis support services, and support clients as needed with connections to appropriate higher levels of care.

The Psychotherapist is responsible for maintaining client files to ensure proper documentation is up to date and in compliance with HIPAA standards (e.g. demographics, contact information, session notes, treatment plans).

The Psychotherapist is expected to hold 28 weekly sessions, with a minimum of a 90% client show rate on average per month. We expect for Psychotherapists to provide options for scheduling evening and/or weekend availability per week to meet the scheduling needs of our clients.

The Psychotherapist will attend internal meetings (e.g. department and all staff meetings) and case consultations as required.

The Psychotherapist will help with special projects for the department, such as creating resource content for our clients and/or staff.

Additional duties and responsibilities may be necessary to ensure quality client services.

Specific tasks

The Ladipo Group provides flexibility for the Psychotherapist position to create their own schedule for client appointments. A typical day will include meeting with clients, completing notes/documentation, checking and responding to emails, attending internal meetings, and collaborating with other team members as needed for support on cases or simply to say hi.

We encourage daily self-care implementation to ensure you are at your capacity to care for our clients. We therefore encourage Psychotherapists to build a lunch break and additional breaks as needed into their work day. 

Requirements

Licensed at the highest level, LPC, LCSW, LMFT, or Licensed Psychologist in the state of PA or NJ

Proficient in Google Workspace (formerly GSuite)

Proficient in the use of Electronic Health Records systems

 5+ years of post-graduate counseling experience

 Attendance at weekly team meeting on Tuesdays at 11:00am EST

Passion for working with the Black & African-American communities

Key Performance Indicators

Conduct 28 weekly therapy sessions

Maintain a 90% client attendance show rate

Complete documentation within 48 hours of session to maintain compliance

Complete initial treatment plan by the 4th session and subsequently update client treatment plans every 90 days to maintain compliance

Seeks individual and group consultation/supervision as needed

Collaborate with alternate care providers as needed (ie. Parents, Psychiatrists, Teachers, PCP’s)

Respond to internal and external emails within 24-48 hours of receipt

Demonstrated ability to deliver high quality services, engaged in growing/enhancing your clinical skills, and is receptive to feedback

Compensation

This is a 40 hour/week, full-time, hourly W2 position. The range of pay is $60,000 – 75,000/year. Compensation is commensurate with education, experience, and number of clients served.

We are currently conducting virtual sessions only. When we return to the office this position has the flexibility to be a hybrid of facilitating in person and virtual sessions.

This position is based in Philadelphia, PA.

Position and responsibilities

The Psychotherapist reports to the Clinical Practice Manager. The Psychotherapist is responsible for providing outpatient psychotherapy services (e.g. individual, couples, family, group) on a weekly basis. The majority of our clients identify as Black, African-American, African, Afro-Latino, and/or Biracial. They tend to seek out services to obtain support with managing anxiety, depression, stress, life transitions, grief/loss, relationship conflict, trauma, microaggressions/racism/discrimination in various life settings, and/or family issues. They tend to be working professionals and/or students, who have the capacity for insight oriented treatment. We do not offer crisis support services, and support clients as needed with connections to appropriate higher levels of care.

The Psychotherapist is responsible for maintaining client files to ensure proper documentation is up to date and in compliance with HIPAA standards (e.g. demographics, contact information, session notes, treatment plans).

The Psychotherapist is expected to hold 10-15 weekly sessions, with a minimum of a 90% client show rate on average per month. We expect for Psychotherapists to provide options for scheduling evening and/or weekend availability per week to meet the scheduling needs of our clients.

The Psychotherapist will attend internal meetings (e.g. department and all staff meetings) and case consultations as required.

The Psychotherapist will help with special projects for the department, such as creating resource content for our clients and/or staff.

Additional duties and responsibilities may be necessary to ensure quality client services.

Specific tasks

The Ladipo Group provides flexibility for the Psychotherapist position to create their own schedule for client appointments. A typical day will include meeting with clients, completing notes/documentation, checking and responding to emails, attending internal meetings, and collaborating with other team members as needed for support on cases or simply to say hi.

We encourage daily self-care implementation to ensure you are at your capacity to care for our clients. We therefore encourage Psychotherapists to build a lunch break and additional breaks as needed into their work day. 

Requirements

Licensed at the highest level, LPC, LCSW, LMFT, or Licensed Psychologist in the state of PA or NJ

Proficient in Google Workspace (formerly GSuite)

Proficient in the use of Electronic Health Records systems

5+ years of post-graduate counseling experience

Attendance at weekly team meeting on Tuesdays at 11:00am EST

Passion for working with the Black & African-American communities

Key Performance Indicators

Conduct 10-15 weekly therapy sessions

Maintain a 90% client attendance show rate

Complete documentation within 48 hours of session to maintain compliance

Complete initial treatment plan by the 4th session and subsequently update client treatment plans every 90 days to maintain compliance

Seeks individual and group consultation/supervision as needed

Collaborate with alternate care providers as needed (ie. Parents, Psychiatrists, Teachers, PCP’s)

Respond to internal and external emails within 24-48 hours of receipt

Demonstrated ability to deliver high quality services, engaged in growing/enhancing your clinical skills, and is receptive to feedback

Compensation

This is a 20 hour/week, part-time, hourly W2 position. The range of pay is $36,000 – 46,000/year. Compensation is commensurate with education, experience, and number of clients served.

We are currently conducting virtual sessions only. When we return to the office this position has the flexibility to be a hybrid of facilitating in person and virtual sessions.

This position is based in Philadelphia, PA

Position and responsibilities

As our company grows, we need people and processes who can grow with us. This fast-paced 40 hours per week position is ideal for an organized and detail-oriented motivated self-starter who is eager to use their talents within our Training and Consulting department. The ideal candidate will serve as the subject matter expert of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), have knowledge of best practices in the industry and reside in the western or midwestern United States to accommodate our Pacific and Asia-Pacific Time Zone clients.

Specific tasks

The DEI Specialist will be responsible for facilitating and creating content for workshops, advising on DEI-related topics, and gathering data for DEI  Assessments. The specific tasks will be dependent on the project and the client’s needs. A typical client engagement may include internal and external meetings, prepping for a training, content development, facilitating a workshop, collecting data for an DEI assessment, corresponding with our team, and collaborating with other team members as needed for various projects. 

The ideal candidate would communicate effectively with our clients and internal team members. They would also initiate positive change, value differences, and value varying stages of organizational readiness to implement change while connecting with our clients. 

Key Performance Indicators

Facilitate and create content for workshops on specific topics such as allyship, emotional intelligence, microaggressions, unconscious bias, self-care, etc. 

Facilitate workshops where tough conversations and uncomfortable situations must be managed while creating a deeper understanding of the subject matter

  • Lead focus groups and interviews during DEI Assessments 

  • Advise on questionnaires used during DEI Assessments 

  • Establish an inclusive environment during each workshop or client engagement by demonstrating an understanding of the diverse socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of our clients

  • Model behaviors such as problem-solving and grace that encourage learners to implement the tools introduced 

  • Comfortable communicating clearly and respectfully, even during difficult conversations, and addresses differences in a forthright manner during various client interactions

Qualifications 

  • Strong Emotional Intelligence skills to navigate client relationships

  • Strong understanding of effective facilitation methodologies and tools

  • Required to accommodate East Coast (EST), West Coast (PST), and Asia-Pacific (APAC) time zones 

  • Proficient in Google Workspace (formerly GSuite)

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, specifically with the ability to receive and provide feedback, reflective and active listening

  • Exceptional client-focused solutions experience/customer service skills

  • Ability to facilitate in-person and remotely 

  • Ability to work independently with minimal oversight while also working as part of a team

  • Strong organizational and time management skills with exceptional attention to detail and a proven ability to meet deadlines

  • Commitment to remain current of new techniques in facilitation

  • Passion for working with the Black & African-American communities 

Education and Experience 

  • Required Masters degree in Psychology, Counseling, Clinical Social Work, or Organizational Development  

  • 2 years of facilitation experience 

  • 2 years of experience working in the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion industry 

  • 2 years of consulting experience

Compensation

This is a 40 hour/week, full-time, salaried position with taxes withheld. The compensation starts at $60,000 – $70,000/year depending on experience. Payroll is conducted bi-weekly on Fridays. 

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