Employment with Palo Alto Therapy, Two Locations: San Jose & Palo Alto

Employment opportunity at Palo Alto Therapy for CBT therapist

1. Therapist & Counselor Positions

Palo Alto Therapy is frequently looking for qualified licensed therapists (LCSW, LMFT, LPCC, PhD, PsyD) to join our team 2-4 days a week, 15-25 hours with room to grow (part-time or full-time). The applicant needs to have experience providing evidenced based and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy & counseling to teens & adults with anxiety/depression problems and a solid understanding of these methods (or strong willingness & commitment to learn). Applicants must be dedicated to building strong relationships and be passionate about providing the highest level of care to our clients. If we don’t have any openings, we are happy to consider you for future hiring cycles.

2. Administrative Support Opening:

We are frequently looking to add to our administrative team. Part-time to full-time work, 15-40 hours a week (Saturday’s often required), with room to grow. Duties include answering incoming phone calls for new and existing clients, special projects, greeting clients in person, scheduling appointments, insurance verification, as well as many other office duties to help operate the practice. Must have experience with website browsers, word processing, email, database entry and multitasking. Must be professional, efficient, responsible, reliable, warm and personable. If we don’t have any openings, we are happy to consider you for future hiring cycles.

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Please apply with us through email at employment@paloaltotherapy.com

You will be asked to submit a cover letter, resume, and answers to a variety of supplemental questions.

Palo Alto San Jose Therapy Team CBT Anxiety OCD Therapists

Comments from past therapists of Palo Alto Therapy
“I was so sad to leave Palo Alto Therapy (PAT). One of the greatest things about working at PAT was the invaluable learning opportunities. Ernie Schmidt was my mentor and opened up a whole new world of therapy techniques that I would not have learned without him and will never forget. He also taught me about the business side of building and maintaining a practice and made it look so easy, although now I know how much goes into it and how exhausting it can be. He is so dedicated to his practice, clients, and staff and was always available to help me whenever I was stuck with a client and also to provide me with support. The clients at Palo Alto Therapy were also great to work with and I learned a great deal from them as well. I will forever be indebted to Ernie and PAT will always have a warm place in my heart.”
-Sharon Fischer, LICSW

Comments from past administrative staff:
“Palo Alto Therapy is a wonderful place to work. The therapists are friendly and energetic and make my work day fun. It is a team environment and Ernie reinforces every employee’s strengths and makes me feel good about the work I do on a daily basis. My tasks include but are not limited to answering phones, scheduling appointments, greeting clients, verifying insurance coverage for out of network PPO plans, creating invoices for clients so they can submit their payments to insurance, corresponding with clients and colleagues via email and mail, collecting payments and verifying that charges for all clients have been received and are up to date on a bi-weekly basis and other office related administrative duties.”

Comments from past administrative staff:

“I really enjoy the team atmosphere and getting to know so many different people. Not only have I developed relationships with the staff and therapists here, but I have a chance to speak with our clients and get to know them on an individual basis. I feel good about the work that I do here and I feel appreciated by Ernie as well as the therapists. It’s a calm and inviting atmosphere and I enjoy the strengths that each therapist brings to this company.”

Comments from past administrative staff:

“If you work for Palo Alto Therapy you can expect to see a diverse clientele and learn about anxiety disorders, depression and their treatments. I’ve learned a lot about cognitive behavioral therapy and the different approaches each therapist uses to help their clients achieve their goals. Ernie likes for all of his administrative staff to develop an understanding of what the therapists do so we can place clients with the best therapist for their needs. I enjoy the work I do on a daily basis and I am happy to be a part of the Palo Alto Therapy team.”