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Employment & Training

What Makes ACIP Stand Out:

  • Culturally Inclusivity.  We are dedicated to providing culturally responsive and culturally affirming  psychotherapy with a focus on serving BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities.

  • Commitment to Anti-Oppression, Anti-Racism, & Social Justice.  We boldly strive to be anti-discrimination, anti-oppression, and anti-racists. ACIP is firmly committed to deconstructing institutional racism, white supremacy, and associated constructs across levels of our practice: our policies, procedures, organizational culture, and clinical work. 

  • Work-Life Balance. We strive to create a culture within our practice that is conducive to a healthy work-life balance and meaningful collegial relationships

  • Leadership Opportunities. Therapists will have the opportunity to make their mark with the possibility of taking on a leadership and supervisory roles. Receiving mentorship and support for you to grow, thrive and to develop your professional goals.

What We Offer:

  • Close-knit community of talented colleagues with shared commitment to social and racial justice.

  • Steady Flow of Referrals. We handle all marketing and networking and help you have a build a full caseload.

  • Flexible Scheduling and Hours. Work  part-time (minimum of 8 clients/contact hours per week) or full-time based on your needs and schedule.

  • Work with your ideal clients. In your therapy practice, you will be able to work with your “ideal clients,” the clients that you think you’ll be best able to help grow and change.

  • Electronic Health Records (Simple Practice).

  • Opportunities for weekly clinical consultation in an individual and group format. 

  • A beautifully appointed, stylish office space with a welcoming waiting room and client amenities provided for therapists based in Atlanta.

  • We are a self-pay practice, which means no stress associated with insurance billing.

  • Continuing education stipend to support your professional development.

  • Exceptionally competitive compensation determined as a percentage of revenue generated as a 1099 contractor.

Positions Available:

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We’re excited you want to join the Aguirre Center for Inclusive Psychotherapy team! We offer a collaborative and professional environment for highly-skilled, culturally-responsive therapists. Our goal is to help therapists focus on therapy, while we take care of the business side of a clinical practice.  In order to be part of our clinical team, each of our clinicians must make a commitment to uphold ACIP's Core Values surrounding cultural humility, anti-oppression/anti-racism, and weight-inclusion. If our values resonate with you, we invite you submit an application for one our positions.

Career Opportunities

Psychologist (Full or Part-Time)

Aguirre Center for Inclusive Psychotherapy (ACIP) seeks full or part-time psychologists to become part of our dynamic team committed to clinical excellence and cultural inclusivity. We are seeking psychologists with exceptional clinical skills with expertise providing  culturally responsive psychotherapy to Latinx, BIPOC, and/or LGBTQ+ communities.

Applicants must be fully licensed as a psychologist in a PSYPACT member state. Psychotherapy services will be provided via telehealth to serve clients residing in  Georgia & PSYPACT member states. Option to work remotely (100% telehealth) or to join our Atlanta office. 
 

Minimum Qualifications & Experience:

  • Currently licensed as a psychologist to practice in a PSYPACT member state; Post-Doctoral Residents will also be considered.

  • Exceptional generalist clinical skills in a variety of evidenced modalities for assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, and treatment provision within a client-centered, multicultural framework.

  • Experience working with adults with marginalized identities including BIPOC and LGBTQ communities.

  • Strong commitment to cultural humility and experience providing anti-opressive, culturally-responsive psychotherapy that honor intersectional social identities.

  • Strong organizational skills and clinical judgment.

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.

  • Ability to use electronic health records effectively and ethically.

  • Impeccable ethics.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience and expertise working with Latinx adults.

  • Experience providing bilingual (Spanish/English) psychotherapy services.

  • Experience insight-oriented and relational-oriented psychotherapeutic modalities  (ie, Interpersonal, Psychodynamic, Feminist, Attachment, Existential Humanistic).

  • Ability to work effectively both independently and as a member of the integrated team.

  • Ability to balance work and self-care to maintain a positive mental attitude.

  • Evidence of on-going professional development and engagement in professional groups that support advancement of psychological science and practice.

 

Required education:

  • ​Doctoral Degree in clinical or counseling-related field.

Selection Process:

To get to know you better, the selection process involves several rounds of invited screenings and interviews detailed below. The process typically takes 2-3 weeks.

  • Submit an online application that includes cover letter and resume or curriculum vitae

  • Complete preliminary, 30-minute phone screening.

  • Attend in-person or video-conference interview.

  • Final comprehensive reference, background, and credential check.

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To apply, please submit an online application.

Mental Health Therapist
(APC/LPC, LMSW/LCSW, LAMFT/LMFT)

Aguirre Center for Inclusive Psychotherapy (ACIP) seeks full or part-time clinicians to become part of our dynamic team committed to clinical excellence and cultural inclusivity. We are seeking therapists with exceptional clinical skills with expertise providing  culturally-responsive psychotherapy to Latinx, BIPOC, and/or LGBTQ+ communities.

Minimum Qualifications & Experience:

  • Actively licensed in Georgia as LCSW, LPC, LMFT or pre-licensed as an LMSW, APC,  or LAMFT.

  • Exceptional generalist clinical skills in a variety of evidenced modalities for assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, and treatment provision within a client-centered, multicultural framework.

  • Experience working with adults with marginalized identities including BIPOC, Latinx and/or LGBTQ communities.

  • Strong commitment to cultural humility and experience providing anti-oppressive, culturally-responsive psychotherapy that honor intersectional social identities.

  • Must be willing to see clients virtually and in person. 

  • Strong organizational skills and clinical judgment.

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.

  • Ability to use electronic health records effectively and ethically.

  • Impeccable ethics.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience and expertise working with BIPOC and/or Latinx adults or adolescents.

  • Experience working with couples and polycules.

  • Experience providing bilingual (Spanish/English) psychotherapy services.

  • Experience insight-oriented and relational-oriented psychotherapeutic modalities  (ie, Interpersonal, Psychodynamic, Feminist, Attachment, Existential Humanistic).

  • Ability to work effectively both independently and as a member of the integrated team.

  • Ability to balance work and self-care to maintain a positive mental attitude.

  • Evidence of on-going professional development and engagement in professional groups that support advancement of psychological science and practice.

 

Required education:

  • ​Master's or Doctoral Degree in clinical psychology or counseling-related field.

Selection Process:

To get to know you better, the selection process involves several rounds of invited screenings and interviews detailed below. The process typically takes 2-3 weeks.

  • Submit an online application that includes cover letter and resume or curriculum vitae

  • Complete preliminary, 30-minute phone screening.

  • Attend in-person or video-conference interview.

  • Final comprehensive reference, background, and credential check.

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To apply, please submit an online application.

Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Aguirre Center for Inclusive Psychotherapy (ACIP) is accepting applications for our  Post Doctoral Fellowship in BIPOC Mental Health. We are seeking therapists with exceptional clinical skills with experience providing culturally-responsive,  culturally-affirming psychotherapy to Latinx, BIPOC, and/or LGBTQ+ communities.

Minimum Qualifications & Experience:

  • Doctoral Degree in clinical psychology or counseling psychology by start date. 

  • Experience working with adults with marginalized identities including Latinx, BIPOC and LGBTQ communities.

  • Exceptional generalist clinical skills in a variety of evidenced modalities for assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, and treatment provision within a client-centered, multicultural framework.

  • Strong commitment to cultural humility and experience providing inclusive, culturally-responsive psychotherapy that honor intersectional social identities.

  • Must be willing to see clients virtually and in person. 

  • Strong organizational skills and clinical judgment.

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.

  • Ability to use electronic health records effectively and ethically.

  • Impeccable ethics.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience providing bilingual (Spanish/English) psychotherapy services.

  • Experience working with couples and/or polycules.

  • Experience insight-oriented and relational-oriented psychotherapeutic modalities  (ie, Interpersonal, Psychodynamic, Feminist, Attachment, Existential Humanistic).

  • Ability to work effectively both independently and as a member of the integrated team.

  • Ability to balance work and self-care to maintain a positive mental attitude.

  • Evidence of on-going professional development and engagement in professional groups that support advancement of cultural humility and social/racial justice values.

 

Required education:

  • Doctoral Degree in clinical psychology or counseling psychology by start date. 

Start Date:

  • Rolling applications accepted, but ideally  late summer/early Fall. 

Selection Process:

The selection process involves several rounds of invited screenings and interviews detailed below. The process typically takes 2-3 weeks.

  • Submit an online application that includes cover letter and resume or curriculum vitae

  • Complete preliminary, 30-minute phone screening.

  • Attend in-person or video-conference interview.

  • Final comprehensive reference, background, and credential check.

​​

To apply, please submit an online application.

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