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Partner Clinician (LICSW, LMHC, LMFT, Psychologist

Company: Resilience Lab
Location: Boston
Posted on: August 7, 2022

Job Description:

Job DescriptionAbout Us:Resilience Lab is modernizing how clinicians work together to provide mental health care thats high-quality, personalized, and accessible. Our proprietary platform supports the largest and most diverse clinical community in the New York tri-state area and provides our team of therapists with the technologies, methodologies, and training needed to focus on what matters most: improving lives. Resilience Lab: Your Therapy TeamWebsite: www.resiliencelab.usLocation: Can be remote - MA license required. State Licensure Requirement: Massachusetts - LICSW, LMHC, LMFT or PsychologistThe Opportunity:Partner Clinicians are able to build and support a private practice while utilizing the billing, operational, learning and community resources provided by Resilience Lab. Partner Clinicians are expected to conduct between 50 (PT) and 100 (FT) therapy sessions per month, and extensive support is given to help them achieve this goal. Part-time and full-time positions are available.We work with clients on a self-pay basis and submit out-of-network insurance claims on their behalf. Partner Clinicians will have the option to enroll into our in-network program with United/Oscar/Oxford/Humana, and have the opportunity to offer limited Pay What You Can slots to clients from marginalized groups facing financial hardships. Additionally, we provide referral subscriptions to sites such as Psychology Today, ZenCare or MWB as well as online marketing with SEO and Google/Facebook advertising to help build up a case load. Our proprietary matching algorithm also creates therapist-client matches to enhance the therapeutic alliance and ensure you get to work with your preferred types of clients.While therapists primarily conduct individual, couples, and family sessions, they can also, if they wish, become auxiliary supervisors and/or general supervisors for pre-licensed clinicians, design and facilitate groups and workshops. As such, there are multiple pathways for therapists to gain additional business and clinical experience. Ultimately, we try to strike a balance between empowering autonomy and fostering community in the workplace.RequirementsQualifications:

  • Doctorate in Counseling/ Clinical Psychology or Masters Degree in Clinical Social Work/ Professional Counseling/Marriage and Family Therapy
  • Independently licensed (i.e., you are licensed to provide psychotherapy services without supervision)
  • Minimum of 2 years work experience in relevant clinical settings
  • Meaningful experience providing therapeutic services (i.e., individual, couples, group)
  • Ability to conduct clinical evaluations, provide diagnoses, and create treatment plans for effective therapeutic intervention
  • Familiarity with risk assessment and crisis management protocols and procedures
  • Ability to effectively complete administrative tasks related to clinical services (i.e., intakes, progress note documentation, termination summaries), and do so in a timely manner
  • Proof of malpractice/general liability insurance (Part-time only)Skills & Requirements:
    • Experience and comfort with telehealth care and clinical practice
    • Desire to expand clinical and business skill sets in a private practice setting
    • Self-starter mentality with an entrepreneurial spirit
    • Adept communication and interpersonal skills
    • Technologically savvy, and adaptability to new systems, e.g., software platforms
    • Excellent attention to detail and follow through
    • Ability to balance independence and asking for help
    • Commitment to ongoing self-awareness and self-care
    • Commitment to anti-racism practice and inclusivity
    • Community-oriented with a passion for collaboration
    • Expertise in OCD, Substance Use, Trauma, and/or Eating Disorders is a plus but not requiredKey Goals & Metrics:
      • Mastery in the Resilience Lab Methodology (RLM), including engaging, retaining, and graduating clients Reporting and Governance:
        • Reporting to Senior Clinical DirectorResponsibilities:
          • Complete Resilience Labs orientation and training program
          • Conduct individual, couples, and/or family psychotherapy sessions between 45-90 minutes
          • Run support groups and/or group therapy sessions
          • Assess clients needs, build trust, and explore feelings, attitudes, and behaviors
          • Help clients develop strategies for coping with issues and for making positive changes
          • Document therapy sessions and outcomes via intake notes, treatment plans, and progress notes
          • Undergo peer group supervision to reflect on sessions, including transference and countertransference
          • Continue to seek out learning opportunities, including new theoretical developments
          • Network within and outside of the organization to maintain continuity of work and client base
          • Embody the RLM: collaborative case conceptualization, whole-person treatment planning, personalized EBP interventions, and clinical outcome monitoringBenefitsCompensation:Partner Clinicians have the option of being 1099 contractors or W2 employees of Resilience Lab. Partner Clinicians will receive 65% of the net session fee with the remaining percentage being paid to Resilience Lab. Partner Clinicians are expected to conduct a minimum of 50 therapy sessions generating $6500 per month (50 sessions on average) and establish their own per session rate for direct pay clients.There are additional opportunities to earn income through the following offerings:
            • Group design and leadership
            • 101 Workshops
            • Fireside Chats
            • Auxiliary Pods
            • CE course presenter
            • Resilience Lab Institute Faculty Contributor
            • Clinical Director (involves a separate interview and selection process)Personal Benefits:
              • Health benefits with Empire (starting at 80+ sessions per month)
              • Access and full usage of the Resilience Lab EMR (DashBoard) and support systems
              • Client sourcing: In-network and out-of-network client sourcing with RL supported advertising and marketing
              • Scheduling platforms
              • Telehealth capabilities
              • Care coordination/client matching
              • Customer support for clients
              • billing services and claim filing support
              • Instant pay of in-network sessions (session paid each period before the payer actual payment)
              • Peer group supervision
              • Access to Resilience Lab internal resource library
              • Access to Resilience Institute training and CE delivery
              • RL supported advertising and marketing
              • Insurance payer credentialing - Resilience Lab is currently credentialed with United/Oxford/Oscar/Humana in the 9 NE states (PA, NY, NJ, CT, MA, RI, NH, VT, ME)
              • Reimbursement for State licensure filing cost

Keywords: Resilience Lab, Boston , Partner Clinician (LICSW, LMHC, LMFT, Psychologist, Healthcare , Boston, Massachusetts

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