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 info@centerforanxiety.org with the caption Job Application and the title of the position in the subject line of your message. For professional positions in our Manhattan office, please address your cover letter to David H. Rosmarin, PhD, ABPP. For professional positions in our Brooklyn office, please address your cover letter to Regine Galanti, PhD. For professional positions in our Rockland County office, please address your cover letter to Peryl Agishtein, PhD. For all administrative positions, please address your cover letter to Hadar Naftalovich. Due to the number of applications we receive, we can only respond to candidates who are a good fit for our open positions.

Professional

The Center for Anxiety is seeking a Director of Clinical Training in each of our Manhattan, Brooklyn and Rockland County offices. These positions are for immediate hire and applications will be accepted until they are filled. Primary responsibilities of these positions include:
  • Further developing our existing training program for junior clinicians and postdoctoral fellows
  • Developing psychology externship and/or social work internship programs
  • Overseeing the provision of weekly clinical rounds, didactic training and clinical supervision for junior clinicians and fellows
  • Overseeing the provision of educational and training lectures, seminars, and workshops
  • Recruitment of postdoctoral fellows, externs, interns, and other trainees
  • Providing evidence-based clinical services to adults, adolescents and/or children (e.g., CBT, DBT, ER/P, CBIT, ACT, CBT-I, PCIT)
These are full-time salaried positions with competitive starting compensation, professional development funds, vacation time, and medical as well as other benefits. Requirements include a license to practice clinical psychology in the State of New York; at least 2-years of relevant post-degree work experience; previous experience with supervision and coordination of clinical educational/training programs; extensive training and experience in providing cognitive-behavioral treatments to patients; strong diagnostics skills including experience with structured clinical assessments; and most of all, a commitment to provide the highest standard of evidence-based psychotherapy grounded in the methods of clinical science. For all positions, applicants with DBT training and experience will be favored, and for the positions in our Brooklyn and Rockland County offices, PCIT training is a major plus.
The Center for Anxiety is seeking clinical psychologists for each of our Manhattan, Brooklyn and Rockland County offices. These positions are for immediate hire and applications will be accepted until they are filled. Primary responsibilities of these positions include:
  • Providing evidence-based clinical services to adults, adolescents and/or children
  • Supervising junior clinicians and fellows
  • Developing novel clinical programs of interest to our patient populations
  • Delivering educational and training lectures, seminars and workshops

These are full-time salaried positions with competitive starting compensation, professional development funds, vacation time, and medical as well as other benefits. Requirements include a license to practice clinical psychology in the State of New York; extensive training and experience in providing cognitive-behavioral treatments to patients; strong diagnostics skills including experience with structured clinical assessments; and most of all, a commitment to provide the highest standard of evidence-based psychotherapy grounded in the methods of clinical science. For all positions, applicants with DBT training and experience will be favored, and for the positions in our Brooklyn and Rockland County offices, PCIT training is a major plus.

The Center for Anxiety is offering two post-doctoral fellowships in each of our Manhattan, Brooklyn and Rockland County offices. These positions will commence on or before September 1st, 2017, and applications will be accepted until they are filled. Primary responsibilities of these positions include:
  •  Conducting clinical assessments with children and adolescents using semi-structured diagnostic instruments
  • Providing evidence-based clinical services to adults, adolescents and/or children (e.g., CBT, DBT, ER/P, CBIT, ACT, CBT-I, PCIT)
  • Conducting observations and providing treatment in home and/or school settings

These are full-time salaried positions with competitive compensation, professional development funds, vacation time, and medical as well as other benefits. Fellows receive several hours of individual and group supervision per week coupled with participation in weekly case consultation meetings, and didactic seminars on CBT for adults and/or children. 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 to patients; and most of all, a commitment to provide the highest standard of evidence-based psychotherapy, grounded in the methods of clinical science. For all positions, applicants with DBT training and experience will be favored, and for the positions in our Brooklyn and Rockland County offices, PCIT training is a major plus.

The Center for Anxiety is seeking staff clinicians for our Manhattan, Brooklyn and Rockland County offices. These positions are for immediate hire and applications will be accepted until they are filled. Primary responsibilities of these positions include provision of evidence-based clinical assessment and psychotherapy to adults, adolescents and/or children These are full-time salaried positions with competitive starting compensation, professional development funds, vacation time, and medical as well as other benefits. Requirements include a master’s degree in mental health counseling, social work, or a related field; extensive training and experience in providing cognitive-behavioral treatments to patients; training and experience in providing structured clinical assessments to patients; and most of all, a commitment to provide the highest standard of evidence-based psychotherapy grounded in the methods of clinical science. For all positions, applicants with DBT training and experience will be favored, and for the positions in our Brooklyn and Rockland County offices, PCIT training is a major plus.

Administrative

The Center for Anxiety invites applications for the position of a full-time Patient Care Coordinator. This is a full-time salaried position (40 hours/week; 2080 hours/year), starting on or before March 1st, 2017, based in our Brooklyn location. The Patient Care Coordinator will serve as a first point of contact by telephone and e-mail for prospective patients and their families; conduct telephone screens and effectively communicate information about our clinical services to determine the feasibility of treatment within our program; conduct structured diagnostic interviews with new patients prior to intake sessions and as needed during the course of treatment; schedule and assign new intakes to Center for Anxiety clinicians; manage and control phone and email correspondence with current patients, referral sources, and others in a timely and professional manner; assist with scheduling of sessions and any other issues related to the provision of services; manage clinicians’ calendars by scheduling patients for sessions as needed; serve as a liaison between clinicians and active patients to implement and enforce office policies and address concerns; attend to the specific administrative and other non-clinical needs of VIP patients; and triage clinical emergencies and priorities as they arise. The patient Care Coordinator will also help our office maintain a high quality of clinical care by administrating our clinical-research protocol by distributing and ensuring completion of electronic questionnaires by patients, and monitoring high risk patients to prevent and address clinical crises. Additional duties will include keeping track of the number of clinical hours provided by each clinician; producing weekly, monthly, and quarterly reports for review by management; and other administrative tasks from time-to-time. Alongside these responsibilities, the Patient Care Coordinator may have opportunities to participate in our regular educational and training programs; play a role in the provision of clinical services by observing treatment sessions, co-facilitating psychotherapy groups, assisting with the provision of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy™; and participate in research, as is appropriate to his/her capabilities and level of interest.

The Center for Anxiety invites applications for the position of an office manager based in our Brooklyn location. This is a part-time salaried position (20 hours/week; 1040 hours/year), starting on or before March 1st, 2017. The office manager will manage correspondence by e-mail, mail, courier, and receive/distribute communications among Center for Anxiety executive and clinical staff in a timely manner; anticipate office requirements; placing and expediting orders and verifying receipt; arrange for maintenance of office equipment and monitoring equipment operations; design, implement and maintain an orderly system for electronic and/or paper records; organize materials to facilitate the recruitment, selection, orientation and training of new staff; pick-up and deliver items; maintain adequate supplies and equipment; maintain a tidy workspace throughout the entire office. The office manager will also coordinate billing and collection of professional fees with new and current patients; provide insurance-receipts for fees rendered as required; dutifully and promptly process, record, and deposit payments; render payments and balance check-books; process bi-weekly payroll; obtain and distribute financial statements for accounting review and tax filing; provide bookkeeping support; and prepare customized financial and other reports as needed. Additionally, the office manager will be responsible to market (via print and social media) coordinate, organize, and record any planned office events in our Brooklyn office, such as our monthly Community Education Series, in-service trainings by guest lecturers, and professional trainings.

The Center for Anxiety is seeking volunteers to assist with coordinating clinical intakes. Volunteers will be based in our Brooklyn office, and will serve as a first point of contact by telephone and e-mail for prospective patients and their families; manage and control phone 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; schedule and assign new intakes to Center for Anxiety clinicians; and manage clinicians’ calendars by scheduling patients for sessions as needed. Advanced applicants may receive training in how to conduct structured diagnostic interviews with new patients prior to intake sessions and as needed during the course of treatment.