"What's it like to work at Greenhouse?" - Testimonials from former employees and trainees:
"My time at Greenhouse was full of rich training opportunities and wonderful supervision. I really enjoyed learning more about children, teens, and adults on the Autism spectrum, and felt that my skills in working with this population grew exponentially while I was at Greenhouse. The weekly supervision and didactics provided me with a wealth of information that greatly enhanced my clinical work. I felt supported by my supervisors in trying new intervention techniques, and saw the work pay off with clients. The warmth that I experienced from my individual supervisor and training director was so appreciated, as I felt safe voicing concerns and trusting that they would be able to help me thrive and grow as a clinician. True to the Greenhouse mantra "for growing people", I truly felt as though I also grew in my clinical skills, in my professional development as an up and coming psychologist, and in my relationships as a result of my training year at Greenhouse."
- -Fuller Clinical Psychology Doctoral Intern
--Former special education teacher and now licensed psychologist who started as a clinical practicum student and stayed through post-doctoral fellowship and licensure
We are a Greenhouse "for growing people!" Our therapists say they appreciate our team's support for their growth - not only as clinicians, but also as people!
We are seeking mental health providers in psychology, marriage/family therapy, clinical social work, and professional clinical counseling who: - Share our commitment to equity, justice, and access to high-quality mental health care - Approach therapy from a developmental, relational, and/or neurobiological perspective in order to treat the whole person - Seek to work in a collaborative/team environment and are committed to continued growth as therapists - Demonstrate outstanding clinical effectiveness - Demonstrate interpersonal skills of attunement, self-awareness, and self-regulation
The ideal candidate will: - Have experience providing specialized services in one or more of the following: - Trauma-informed therapies (e.g., EMDR, havening, cognitive processing) - Child/adolescent therapy - Art/Music/Movement/Somatic therapies - Play therapy - LGBTQIA+ affirming care - Couples therapy, family therapy - Therapy for neurodivergent clients (especially. DIR/Floortime-informed therapy) - Clinical Supervision for Associate therapists - Other areas of expertise and clinical focus - Have availability after school and weekends - Demonstrate outstanding administrative/organizational skills - Be able to provide both in-person and telehealth services - Demonstrate passion and initiative for innovating new programs, outreaches, and approaches to serving our community & clientele
[As a private practice, we are not able to offer the pre-master's practicum for MFT, Social Work, or Clinical Counseling per BBS regulations)].