Alpine Integrative Wellness is a place for therapists who want to focus on what they do best – delivering exceptional quality therapy to their clients. Clinicians are expected to embrace a relational and embodied approach to psychotherapy that emphasizes an integration of family systems theory, somatic psychotherapy, attachment theory, the psychophysiology of the trauma, developmental neurobiology, mindfulness, and spirituality. We believe in the power of relationships and our shared office environment and team culture promotes, learning, collaboration, and friendship.
As a therapist at Alpine, you will take part in our intensive post-graduate training program. This is an opportunity for clinicians to gain supervised clinical practice, experiential learning, and embodied education. We encourage clinician’s passion for lifelong learning of theory, research, and practice. Clinicians are expected to dedicate themselves to a program of didactic and clinical learning, to achieve competence in assessment as well the effective application of integrative psychotherapy.
Our goal is to provide a supportive path towards continued growth within the Alpine community or launching a successful private practice.
-Competitive pay and flexible schedules (Starting: $50/hour for full licensure LCPC, LMFT, LCSQ, LP Starting: $40/hour for provisional licensure LPC, AMF)
-W2 employee status
-Continued and advanced professional learning and development training including CEU’s
-Individual and Group Supervision
-Growth and leadership opportunities in management and training.
-Provide psychotherapy for couples, individuals, and families.
-Willing to build a caseload to a minimum of 15 billable clients per week.
-Use clinic Electronic Health Record system.
-Comply with legal and ethical standards as set forth by the State of Idaho.
-Participate in monthly in-house trainings.
-Ability to get along with colleagues and work collaboratively.
-Commitment to an integrative mental health model.
-Enthusiasm about continuing education.
-Be willing to participate in community events.
-Masters or doctoral degree from an accredited university or program.
-Active Idaho license.
-Strong demonstrated commitment to professional skills including legal and ethical standards.
-Training and experience working with couples a plus.
For additional information or questions please feel free to contact:
Daniel Rothman, MA, LCPC
(208) 471 4838 (call or text)