Chicago Clinical Associates is seeking psychotherapists to join our growing and vibrant group practice in the heart of Chicago. We are committed to providing responsive, inclusive, and trauma-informed care to a multicultural and highly diverse population on a fee-for-service basis. Case conferences and supervision are primarily psychodynamic in orientation. The professional atmosphere is collaborative and collegial, with an emphasis on the embodiment of humanistic, relational, and existential models of personhood. We highly value and welcome applicants with marginalized, intersecting identities.

Psychologists have the flexibility to build a caseload that is primarily telehealth, primarily in-person, or a mix of the two. Beyond the provision of psychotherapy, core responsibilities include caseload management, intake and documentation, case consultation, billing oversight, the coordination of patient care with other healthcare providers, and community outreach and marketing.

Recently renovated and furnished offices, case consultation and supervision, marketing materials, existing referral streams, billing, and professional support services are provided. Therapists are W-2 employees with compensation involving a highly competitive percentage of clinical fees on a tiered system, health insurance, a robust professional development stipend, company-matched retirement benefits, paid sick leave, annual bonus options, and more.

Qualifications, Compensation, & Application:
Preference will be given to those applicants with the following:

  1. A graduate degree in clinical or counseling psychology, either independently licensed or seeking to accrue supervised postgraduate hours towards licensure.
  2. Experience in the provision of adult individual psychotherapy from a trauma-informed professional lens, with a desire for further clinical experience and training concerning such.
  3. A commitment to working within a multicultural systems framework and a passion for professionally serving a highly diverse urban population in a private group practice setting.
  4. Familiarity with psychodynamic and contemporary psychoanalytic theories (object relations, self, intersubjective, attachment-based mentalization, and Lacanian-Freudian), along with an interest in cultivating other evidence-based modalities of therapeutic care.
  5. Interest in couples therapy, the supervision and training of graduate students and interns, group therapy, and/or psychological assessment.
  6. The capacity to work 2-3 evenings per week and/or Saturdays.

Questions concerning the position may be directed to Dr. David Hoover at 312-436-1657 ext. 1. For application, please email a cover letter, CV, and at least two professional references to Start date is negotiable.