Careers & Opportunities
Join our team!
Our practice offers opportunities to pursue your passion comfortably while equipping you with the tools, support, and flexibility to provide the best possible care to your clients. We aim to create a culture that values your wellbeing while fostering ongoing growth and development.
We are seeking individuals who are dedicated to working with diverse clients to join our group private practice. We love our team’s diversity, openness, creativity, motivation, collaboration and flexibility; and desire our future clinicians to also meet this criteria. We want to support whatever your clinical interests are: Each of our therapists have their own modalities, specialities, and populations they prefer to work with, and we want you to focus where you shine. If you are currently credentialed with major insurance panels, this is great, but if you are not, we will work with you to get you paneled with our practice. Licenses we are able to support: Maryland: LCSW-C/LSCW, LCPC, LCMFT, LGPC, LMSW District of Columbia: LISW-C/LISW, LPC, LGPC Virginia: LCSW, LPC, LMFT, Residents in Counseling, Residents in Marriage and Family Therapy
At New Hope, we recognize the value of internships, as well as the challenges that this can bring when you are taking classes, working, and managing other life stressors. This is why we believe in and have competitive, paid clinical internships. Our intern employees are expected to sign on for the equivalent of a full academic year (two semesters). At New Hope, you have the opportunity to engage in and provide counseling for individuals, families, couples, and/or groups, depending on your interests and/or program requirements. On average, our interns complete about 15-20 hours per week (clinical and non-clinical), depending on their individual program requirements. While here, at least half of your time is spent in sessions and direct contact with clients and the remaining is on clinically relevant administrative, supervision, or learning experiences. Our internship requirements meet the standards of CACREP and MPCAC counseling programs and CSWE accredited masters in social work programs.