Client Services Coordinator
EBTCS is excited to announce the full-time employment opportunity of a Client Services Coordinator position (minimum 3-year commitment).
EBTCS is searching for a well-rounded, hard-working, highly reliable employee who is excited about the field of clinical psychology or child clinical psychology. The position includes facilitating and coordinating client flow, general administration, and helping serve as the initial contact for clients seeking treatment at our centers. EBTCS is a group of psychologists, psychiatrists, and therapists, who specialize in evidence-based treatments for a wide variety of problems. It includes four different specialty centers, including the Anxiety Center, Child Anxiety Center, Dialectical Behavior Therapy Center, and Eating Disorders Center. EBTCS has established itself as a highly specialized treatment facility with internationally renowned experts in the field of psychology.
EBTCS has a longstanding history of hiring exceptional psychology graduates. EBTCS continues to be committed to providing extensive experience in and rewarding exposure to the field of clinical psychology, and the Client Services Coordinator position can be a springboard position for graduate school.
To initiate the application process, please send your resume and cover letter to Elizabeth Lagbas, Director of Operations, at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will contact you with the next steps. EBTCS is accepting applications starting September 1, 2021.
Experience/abilities EBTCS is looking for:
- Interest in/knowledge of Psychology
- Strong understanding of treatments provided at EBTCS is a plus
- Client/staff communications
- Professional client communication skills and excellent interpersonal skills with a wide range of age groups
- Savvy interpersonal skills: respectful, nonjudgmental, compassionate
- Ability to maintain strict confidentiality and ethical standards
- Client records management
- Proficiency in Outlook, Excel, Word
- Ability to manage accounting & billing procedures
- Exceptional organizational skills
- Adept in managing business/clinical records
- Strong work ethic
- Eager for growth opportunities within organization
- Detail oriented
Staff Psychologist for the Child Anxiety Center
The Child Anxiety Center at the EBTCS invites applications for a full-time staff clinical psychologist. Staff will provide individual therapy for child and adolescent clients with the full range of anxiety, obsessive-compulsive, and related disorders (e.g. tic disorders, body-focused repetitive behaviors). The ideal applicant will have strong training and experience in behavioral and/or cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), experience with behavioral parent training, superb clinical skills, and a minimum of 1 year of formal training and/or experience in the treatment of anxiety disorders (required). Additionally, strong applicants will have either 1 year of formal postdoctoral training or 3-5 years of post-graduate work experience. Applicants without postdoctoral training or post-graduate work experience would be considered for a postdoctoral fellowship position.
The Child Anxiety Center at EBTCS is a thriving outpatient anxiety specialty center comprised of both clinical psychologists and a psychiatrist who all specialize in evidence-based treatment for anxiety-related problems. In addition to standard outpatient care, we also have intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment programs for OCD, anxiety disorders, and school refusal. We offer comprehensive administrative services and billing, weekly consultation team with anxiety experts, regular CE trainings, and beautiful office space in downtown Seattle. This position has a competitive salary and a strong benefits package, including medical/dental/vision insurance, transportation pass (bus/light rail), and 4% matched 401k.
The Child Anxiety Center is part of a larger organization, the Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle (EBTCS), which includes the following specialty centers: Adult Anxiety Center, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Center, and the Eating Disorders Center. EBTCS invests in practice-based research, outcomes monitoring of client progress in therapy, and a postdoctoral fellowship program. We place a high value on a team-based approach to care and emphasize evidence-based, compassionate treatment. Applicants will be considered who have a doctoral degree in clinical psychology and significant experience and interest in anxiety, obsessive-compulsive, and related disorders. Candidates with a masters-level degree and extensive specialty anxiety experience will also be considered. License to practice in Washington state is required by time of start.
Please e-mail a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference to Jennifer Tininenko, PhD, Director, Child Anxiety Center at EBTCS at email@example.com.
Staff Therapist for the DBT Center
The DBT Center at EBTCS is excited to announce an opening for a staff therapist position!
We are looking for a clinician (psychologist, MSW, or Masters of Counseling) who can provide:
- individual DBT, skills training, and parent training for our teens and their families, and/or
- individual DBT and skills training for adult clients
Services will be provided in our outpatient and IOP programs and there will be a combination of in-person and telehealth services.
We are looking for applicants who have received DBT intensive training or the equivalent, are certified by DBT-LBC or ready to begin the certification process, and have experience working with teens and their families and/or adults. This person will join our vibrant DBT team and work closely with colleagues both within DBT and in the other Centers at EBTCS. We have multiple training opportunities in DBT and other evidence-based treatments used within DBT, including group supervision, didactics, and consultation with experts in DBT and other evidence-based treatments. This individual will work closely with our director, Jennifer Sayrs, PhD, ABPP. The option to join our practice-based research team is also available.
The DBT Center at EBTCS has been providing comprehensive outpatient DBT to teens and adults since 2002 and intensive outpatient (IOP) services since 2018. We were one of the first programs in the country to have our program certified by the Linehan Board of Certification. The DBT Center is part of the Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle (EBTCS), a nationally-recognized practice in the heart of downtown Seattle. EBTCS is home to four specialty clinics, including the DBT Center, the Anxiety Center, the Child Anxiety Center, and the Eating Disorders Center. We have a compassionate, supportive work environment that prioritizes inclusivity as well as personal and professional growth.
This position has a competitive salary and a strong benefits package including medical/dental/vision insurance, transportation pass, and 4% matched 401k. Staff therapists are expected to be licensed in Washington State or begin the licensing process immediately. Our in-house continuing education program will provide sufficient CE credits for licensure renewal. EBTCS strongly values diversity and is committed to building and maintaining an anti-racist culture through monthly meetings, presentations, and readings. Therapists have a great deal of flexibility in scheduling clinical hours; there are some components of the schedule that are not flexible, such as skills groups and the DBT team meeting.
Please email a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and three references to Jennifer Sayrs, PhD, Director, DBT Center at EBTCS at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist
The Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle (EBTCS) is looking for a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist to join our team. This position is unique in that it combines some of the flexibility of private practice, with the benefits of having an employed position in a large group of skilled psychiatrists and psychologists dedicated to providing high-quality team-based care, as well as to practice-based research and training.
EBTCS provides care to children, adolescents, and adults needing specialty treatment in one of three areas: Anxiety Disorders, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Eating Disorders. We provide care at both the Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient levels of treatment. Psychiatrists on our teams work closely with psychologists to provide the medication management portion of team-based care. Depending on hours worked and interests, psychiatrists may also treat patients from the larger community or maintain a small therapy practice themselves.
Good candidates will have training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and will also be willing to see adult patients as part of their practice. Great candidates will have an interest in behaviorism and in working with psychologists providing behavioral therapies including, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure and Response Prevention, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Family-Based Treatment for Eating Disorders. Psychiatrists need not be experts in the therapies themselves, but awareness and training in these treatments or willingness to learn more about them from psychologist colleagues greatly improves the quality of our team-based care. Psychiatrists in our center typically enjoy both prescribing medication and de-prescribing unhelpful medications, have an interest in how medication use can support or hinder behavioral treatments, and have a strong sense of what sorts of health problems are most likely to benefit from medication, behavioral treatments, or both.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please contact Travis Osborne, PhD, ABPP, Clinical Director, at email@example.com.