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Thank you for your interest in joining the Latinx Talk Therapy team. We are always looking to connect with Latinx professionals. We are hiring for remote, in-person, and both/hybrid. Let us know your work preference in the job application.

Open Positions

Latinx Talk Therapy is a mental health clinic made up of bilingual Latinx professionals working to enhance the psychological well-being of the Latinx community in Illinois. We value clinical excellence, professional growth, and a celebration of latinx culture.

We are looking for a master’s level Clinical Supervisor, to guide & develop our clinical staff. The Clinical Supervisor will provide leadership & oversee the effective application of client mental health assessment, psychotherapy services, clinical conceptualization, family intervention/ education, & client treatment planning. The Clinical Supervisor will be trained in providing forensic evaluations & writing immigration affidavits for clients applicable for VAWA, DACA, UVISA, TVISA, Asylum, & Hardship.

  1. Provide weekly supervision to clinical interns &  pre-licensed supervisees & support them in case of conceptualization, documenting proper assessments, treatment plans, notes on EHR, clinical resources & recommendations, & referrals.
  2. Meet with supervisees to staff cases/ approve the discharge of clients.
  3. Consult as needed with fully-licensed therapists.
  4. Oversee therapy group creation.
  5. Provide evaluation of performance annually for each therapist.
  6. Ensure treatment notes, goals, diagnoses, & treatment plans are current to ensure proper documentation & billing.
  7. Follow IDFPR guidelines for supervision requirements & maintain clinical supervisor training requirements for licensure.
  8. Carry a therapy caseload of 20 clients. Assess, diagnose, & treat a variety of mental health conditions through individual, couples, family, & group therapy that is evidence-based & clinically appropriate.
  9. Engage in solution-focused efforts for staff demonstrating performance issues & assist in creating performance plans.
  10. Lead monthly staff meetings as needed with any updates related to policies, procedures, & announcements.
  11. Communicate & collaborate with consultants to set up the talks for the team as needed.
  12. Conduct two presentations yearly for the clinical team (ex. Using screenings/ treatment planning/ Mindfulness etc.).
  13. Lead monthly case consultation clinical team meetings & facilitate case presentations & training.

$78- 85K per year based on experience

This position is for full-time employment at 30 hours per week, including 20 direct therapy & administrative supervisor work.

  1. Master’s Degree in counseling /social work /marriage & family. A copy must be provided to Latinx Talk Therapy.
  2. Active, unrestricted license (LCSW, LMFT, LCPC) in the State of Illinois
  3. Full professional proficiency in the Spanish language. Must be able to provide therapeutic services in Spanish.
  4. Must reside & be licensed in Illinois.
  5. Available to hold a therapy caseload of 20 clients weekly.

Latinx Talk Therapy is a counseling specialty group made up of professionals working to enhance the mental well-being of the Latinx community in Illinois. Learn more about us at latinxtalktherapy.com. Bilingual Psychotherapist Interns will provide outpatient individual, and/or family therapy to clients at Latinx Talk Therapy in our Millennium Park Plaza location on Michigan Avenue. Clinical therapy services are in Spanish and English and provided virtually and in-person and include treatment of adults, adolescents, and families.

Clinical Supervisor

Latinx Talk Therapy will work with the student’s university to meet the requirements. On average, interns conduct weekly therapy hours including groups and individual sessions. Work hours and schedule may vary depending on the client and Latinx Talk Therapy needs. Hours include some evenings and/or weekends. Bilingual Psychotherapist Interns will be required to meet with a minimum of 10-15 clients or sessions per week. Sessions are available and referred/scheduled and held in the offices of Latinx Talk Therapy or virtually.

Our internship is one year and flexible.

Work hours and schedule may vary depending on the client and Latinx Talk Therapy needs. Hours include some evenings and/or weekends.

  • Perform virtual and on-site clinical counseling services to clients of Latinx Talk Therapy, as scheduled, and in accordance with company policies. Currently, all sessions are virtual.
  • Regular and reliable attendance and timely arrival to work are required.
  • Be properly licensed and abide by all laws, rules, regulations, and codes of ethics that are binding upon or applicable to the services performed for Latinx Talk Therapy.
  • Respond to clients’ requests for service or calls within 24 hours whether such requests are made in person, by phone, voicemail, etc., or through the Latinx Talk Therapy website. Respond to such requests by meeting, evaluating, and providing services to such clients.
  • Communicate with a client’s treatment team (i.e., PCP, psychiatrist, school, etc.) as necessary.
  • Timely complete written records for each client including, but not limited to: intake notes, progress notes, treatment plans, termination notes, contract notes, immigration affidavits, and other forms or documents which may be needed or required from time to time by Latinx Talk Therapy or third parties in conjunction with the treatment of the patient within a timely fashion. Keep client files accurate and up to date.
  • Attend mandatory staff meetings and training as directed by Latinx Talk Therapy.
  • Conduct and regulate counseling services in Spanish/ English in a professional manner so as to maintain and increase the goodwill and reputation of Latinx Talk Therapy. Be respectful of and cooperative and collaborative with co-workers.
  • Other duties may be assigned by Latinx Talk Therapy.

Latinx Talk Therapy is a mental health clinic made up of bilingual Latinx professionals working to enhance the psychological well-being of the Latinx community in Illinois. We value clinical excellence, professional growth, and a celebration of Latinx culture. 

We are looking for a master’s level licensed therapist to provide mental health services to clients at Latinx Talk Therapy. The therapist will provide outpatient clinical therapy services for the treatment of youth, adults, families, and/or couples. Therapists will receive training in conducting forensic evaluations and writing immigration affidavits for VAWA, DACA, UVISA, TVISA, Asylum, and Hardship. 

  1. Perform clinical therapy services to clients of Latinx Talk Therapy, as scheduled, per company policies.
  2. Regular and reliable attendance and timely arrival to work are required.
  3. Be properly licensed and abide by all laws, rules, regulations, and codes of ethics that are binding upon or applicable to the services performed for Latinx Talk Therapy.
  4. Respond to clients’ requests within 24 hours, whether such requests are made in person, by phone, voicemail, etc.
  5. Respond to Latinx Talk Therapy team emails within 24 hours.
  6. Communicate with a client’s treatment team (i.e., PCP, psychiatrist, school, etc.) as necessary.
  7. Complete progress notes within 24 hours from the time of service. Timely complete written records for each client including, but not limited to: intake notes, progress notes, treatment plans, termination notes, contract notes, immigration affidavits, and other forms or documents which may be needed or required from time to time by Latinx Talk Therapy or third parties in conjunction with the treatment of the patient within a timely fashion. Keep client files accurate and up to date.
  8. Attend mandatory staff meetings, group case conceptualization, and training as directed by Latinx Talk Therapy.
  9. Complete intake assessments which include documentation such as Mental Status Exams, Biopsychosocial, etc.
  10. Effectively create and carry out treatment plans using evidence-based practices.
  11. Complete timesheet within 24 hours reflecting the hours worked.
  12. Exercise sound clinical and professional judgment.
  13. Other duties may be assigned by Latinx Talk Therapy.

$70 – 82K per year based on experience. 

This position is for full-time employment of 25 client sessions per weekHours include at least 2 evenings and/or 1 Saturday. 

  1. Master’s Degree in counseling /social work /marriage and family. A copy must be provided to Latinx Talk Therapy.
  2. Must reside and hold an active license (LPC, LSW, A-MFT, LCSW, LMFT, or LCPC) in the State of Illinois. Available to hold 25 client sessions per week.
  3. Full Professional Proficiency in the Spanish language. Must be able to provide therapeutic services in Spanish.

Our Professional Values

Clinical Excellence

Celebration of Latinx Culture

Professional Growth

Our Employee Benefits

After completion of 90-Day Onboarding, full-time employees have the option of enrolling in Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois PPO or HMO health insurance plans covered at 50% by Latinx Talk Therapy.
After completion of 90 Day Onboarding, full-time employees have the option of enrolling in a Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois PPO dental insurance plan covered at 50% by Latinx Talk Therapy. 
Upon start date, all employees accrue paid sick leave.
After completion of 90-Day Onboarding, full-time employees accrue up to 25 hours of PTO annually.
After one year of employment, full-time employees are eligible to receive 8 weeks of parental leave, including 4 weeks paid.
After one year of employment, full-time employees have the option of enrolling in a retirement savings plan that is matched by Latinx Talk Therapy.
Upon employment, professional liability is covered at 100%.
Upon employment, all employees have free access to the building’s outdoor rooftop deck, indoor swimming pool with panoramic views of Lake Michigan and Grant Park, a yoga studio that offers free yoga classes, a locker room with a steam shower, and a full fitness gym. The gym is at our office location: 155 N. Michigan Ave. in Chicago, Illinois.

Other Benefits + Incentives

Full-time employees are eligible for Immigration Evaluation Training.
All employees will be compensated for writing blogs and recording 1-minute videos.
Full-time employees who are provisionally licensed will have the option of receiving weekly clinical supervision toward their IDFPR license requirements.
All employees will be compensated for the provided orientation training and asked to attend staff meetings and monthly clinical case consultations. Consultations will cover clinical work, case presentations, peer feedback, and discussion of various topics relating to private practice work. Topics will focus on using evidence-based practices and clinical application with the Latinx population. Training and clinical consultation are intended to help foster clinical professional growth and support the training and clinical practice of our clinicians.
All employees will be onboarded by a Clinical Supervisor for the first 90 days of employment to ensure they feel confident and supported as they build a caseload and become adjusted to the practice.
Therapists can choose to work in the office, virtually, or both! Therapists set their own schedule, but we require that they have availability for a minimum of two evenings. Latinx Talk Therapy will fill up the client caseload of any therapist who has good retention.
Therapists are allocated funds to support CEUs, continuing education, and special requests. The Clinical Director will also meet with therapists annually to help support them in developing Professional Growth Plans to track and develop their professional goals.
We encourage therapists to team up and come up with creative therapy group ideas.
Therapists are allocated funds to support public community engagement and external presentations based on budget availability.
Latinx Talk Therapy will host at least 2 company-sponsored events for staff annually. Examples of previous outings include picnics, dinners, painting class (Selena), Latin dancing classes, and more. We also have a group FB page to engage and share with all of the staff.
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