Enabling you to do more of what you love, and less of what you don’t.
We are seeking a licensed psychologist to join our team! Grounded Therapy is a small group of psychologists operating in an independent group model in San Diego, CA. Our team works virtually and offers you the flexibility of remote work. We are committed to offering accessible, intersectional, evidence-based therapy. Our ideal candidate will be passionate about working with diverse populations and have clinical experience working with LGBTQ+ folks.
Earning & Benefits
We offer the autonomy of a private practice, with the benefits of a group practice (greater earning potential; community and professional support; administrative team handling insurance credentialing, billing, and marketing). We also offer above-market compensation, weekly consultation, and opportunities for professional growth and leadership.
If you are a licensed psychologist with a passion for helping others and a commitment to excellence in your work, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Please send a cover letter and your CV to Dr. Stacy Bonds at Stacy.Bonds@groundedtherapy.org
About Grounded Therapy
Grounded Therapy is a team of eight like-minded, high-caliber clinicians and support-staff, who are committed to providing differentiated care through our inclusive and evidence-based approaches. Our providers are well-rounded and culturally humble, doing our best to destigmatize mental health at all levels of care. We strive to foster inclusion, empathy, and human connection with clients and staff members alike.
Preparing Fellows to offer advance evidence-based capabilities in a private or group practice.
The postdoctoral training program at GT offers specialized training in treating a wide variety of mental health disorders for adults, including but not limited to: trauma, anxiety, depression, and OCD. Fellows will be exposed to evidence-based practices in various populations, such as the LGBTQIA+ community, Veterans, older adults, and those with comorbid disabilities. Our hope is to offer accessible, effective, anti-oppressive therapy to folks from all walks of life.
Successful completion of the postdoctoral fellow program at GT:
Fellows must have completed all doctoral degree requirements from an APA/CPA-accredited program and have completed an APA/CPA-accredited internship.
Applications may be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Materials include everything in the UPPD general application (please feel free to copy and paste into a separate word document). When completing the application, you will need:
Applications are due by January 1, 2023. Our program will follow the Common Hold Date procedures set forth by APPIC.
Please direct any questions to the Postdoctoral Training Director, Shawnee Brew Psy.D., at email@example.com.
We look forward to reviewing your application, and appreciate your interest in our group! For additional information about the program, you can consult the brochure below.
2023-2024 Applications are close. Please reference back mid-2023 for 2024-2025 Application details.