The Center for Anxiety offers a growth-oriented, professional, collaborative, and rewarding work environment. Our office culture empowers employees to achieve their career aspirations, and we offer myriad opportunities for advancement.
We take pride in providing the highest standard of professional care, and support clinicians by integrating research and teaching into our practice. Unlike most private practices, we offer opportunities to engage in research, and employ a full time research director. We partner with Mentegram, which provides ongoing assessment data to help clinicians design the most effective treatment plans. In addition, staff are encouraged to engage with the local community and fellow professionals through dynamic and meaningful educational and training programs.
We offer employees a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package, including:
- Medical benefits
- Generous funding for professional development
- Comprehensive and fully paid malpractice insurance
- Partial reimbursement for employee fitness
- Paid maternity/paternity leave
- Unlimited vacation after one year of service
We maintain a policy of equal opportunity and affirmative action; decisions regarding recruitment, compensation, benefits, training, promotions and terminations are all merit-based and conducted without consideration for factors that cannot lawfully be considered.
We are actively recruiting for the open positions listed below. Please check this section of our website or join our newsletter to be kept informed about new positions.
To apply for a position, please send a cover letter, current CV, as well as the names/contact information (including email address and telephone number) of at least two references to firstname.lastname@example.org with the caption Job Application and the title of the position in the subject line of your message. Due to the number of applications we receive, we can only respond to candidates who are a good fit for our open positions.
Update as of April 1st, 2018: We have now filled all of our clinical psychologist positions. Please subscribe to our newsletter and check this page in Summer 2018 for information about other openings.
Update as of April 1st, 2018: We have now filled all of our staff clinician positions. Please subscribe to our newsletter and check this page in Summer 2018 for information about other openings.
Update as of April 1st, 2018: We have TWO postdoctoral fellowship positions available in clinical psychology, beginning on or before September 1st, 2018 in our Brooklyn location. Primary responsibilities of these positions include:
- Conducting clinical assessments with adults, adolescents, and children, using semi-structured diagnostic interviews
- Providing evidence-based clinical services (Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Exposure/Response Prevention, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy) to adults, adolescents and children
- Providing intensive-outpatient as well as outpatient levels of service to adults, adolescents, and children experiencing acute emotional distress
Fellows receive several hours of individual and group supervision per week coupled with participation in weekly case consultation meetings, and didactic seminars. These are full-time salaried positions with competitive compensation, professional development funds, and medical as well as other benefits. Requirements include a doctoral degree and year-long clinical internship in clinical psychology, strong diagnostics skills including experience with structured clinical assessments; experience with providing cognitive-behavioral interventions for anxiety and behavioral disorders to children and adolescents; and most of all, a commitment to provide the highest standard of evidence-based psychotherapy, grounded in the methods of clinical science.
We have ONE 2-year predoctoral internship/postdoctoral fellowship position available in our Brooklyn office.
The Center for Anxiety offers a two-year training program in clinical psychology consisting of a one-year pre-doctoral internship program followed by a one-year postdoctoral fellowship. We developed our two-year training program with the goal of providing doctoral students in clinical psychology the necessary support and experience to fully navigate the transition from graduate student to licensed clinician. As students progress through their internship and postdoctoral years, they are gradually afforded increased flexibility and autonomy to tailor their individual curriculum according to their training needs. Through this process, trainees are able to build the clinical skills and competencies necessary for independent professional practice. Our program places an emphasis on providing clinical interns and postdoctoral fellows with comprehensive and broad clinical training experiences with children, adolescents, and adults in Center for Anxiety’s general outpatient and intensive outpatient programs (e.g., experience with a variety of clinical activities, treatment modalities, diverse patient populations, a full range of psychiatric diagnoses of varying severity). In addition, opportunities for specialized training are available to trainees in the form of: (1) Elective clinical activities that trainees complete in accordance with individual training needs and interests, and (2) A specialization during each training year, providing in-depth training in Child and Family Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, or Research.
Update as of April 1st, 2018: We have space for TWO interns in our Manhattan office at this time, and ONE intern in our Rockland County office. The internship involves a commitment to work for at least 10 hours/week (in two or more shifts) for a minimum of 12 months. Interns at the Center for Anxiety work in conjunction with our Patient Care Managers to manage telephone and email correspondence with patients, referral sources, and others in a timely and professional manner; conduct telephone screens with prospective patients; and provide information about clinical and other services. In addition, Clinical Interns provide office assistance to maintain the upkeep and management of the office by helping with tasks such as completing forms, data entry, assisting with the promotion and management of hosted events, marketing, and additional office tasks as needed. Opportunities to conduct structured clinical interviews, assist with supervision of children during assessments, and observe group treatment programs, are also available, subject to availability and interest. Candidates must be Juniors, Seniors or recent college graduates, who are highly professional, personable, responsible, well-organized and have excellent communication skills.