Careers at Philadelphia Couples Therapy

If you are a therapist who thrives in a familial work environment and wants to cultivate their craft, we want to hear from you!

Philadelphia Couples Therapy is a doctoral-level group practice geared toward a twofold mission: creating a professional environment for therapists that is supportive, collaborative, and ultimately a place to call ‘work home,’ and providing the best support possible for couples in all phases and stages of romantic development.

Our suite is in the historic Wells Fargo building on the 22nd floor with expansive views of the Delaware River, a space that provides an open and inviting clinical environment for our clinicians to spend the day. Our culture is one of open doors and friendly clinical consultation, allowing for maximum professional and personal growth– after all, as a therapist personal and professional growth go hand in hand! We provide each clinician with a steady stream of referrals, highly competitive compensation and benefits, intake scheduling, billing, individual consultation and supervision with our Clinical Director, monthly group case consultation, supportive team environment, all in a beautiful, well-lit office space.

The practice is built to address the greater Philadelphia area’s need for couple support of every ilk, such as:

  • LGBTQ couples with any and all concerns
  • Clients who are seeking intimacy but can’t seem to find a partner
  • Dating couples
  • Premarital couples
  • Clients with sexual intimacy difficulties
  • Couples suffering from infidelity
  • Those who need infertility and miscarriage support
  • Couples who need separation and divorce mediation
  • People looking for co-parenting support through and after divorce

Clinicians will see both individuals and couples, and for those who are interested, run groups. We also offer both couples and individual assessments, which is a gratifying way to diversify your professional life. This cutting edge couples treatment team is sustained through extensive consultation, supervision, and training of clinicians in addition to just plain old enjoyment of the workplace.

Minimum requirements:

  • Passionate about doing therapy and persistently deepening clinical and theoretical knowledge
  • Personally growth and insight-oriented, open to beginning personal treatment if not already in therapy
  • Either licensed or pre-licensed clinical psychologist or psychiatrist
  • Deeply interested in working collaboratively in a treatment team model
  • Affinity for couples work
  • Prepared to wholly and thoughtfully dive into a full-time position (20 clinical hours per week or more)

PCT is building a dream team to represent our community as accurately as possible. Therefore, POC, LGBTQ, and folks of every lifestyle and background are encouraged to apply (age, religious or spiritual orientation, race, geographic origin, etc.)