- Telehealth Clinical Therapist March 6, 2023
The Center for Evidence Based Treatment Ohio is a mental health clinic in Shaker Heights, Ohio, that provides research-based interventions to children, adolescents, and adults.
Our practice leaders are always open to speaking with clinicians with a strong interest in using evidence-based treatments to treat with clients diagnosed with mood, personality and eating disorders. While an ideal team member may already have experience with evidence-based practices, including CBT-E, FBT and Dialectical Behavior Therapy, we welcome discussions with potential applicants who have excellent clinical and communication skills, as well as comfort working with individuals presenting with high acuity.
Possessing willingness and passion to learn and develop mastery with evidence-based practices is key.
If you have these qualities or are interested in developing them, we can teach you the rest. As a member of the CEBTOhio team, you will have access to all of our internal trainings, as well as active participation in our trainings and consultations with leading experts in the field, including our founder Lucene Wisniewski, Ph.D., and Amy Kalasunas, LPCC-S, CCMHC, a DBT-LBC Certified Clinician.
Our practice is largely virtual, and there is no need to relocate if you are interested in joining our clinical team. To initiate a discussion about employment opportunities, submit a resume and cover letter describing your interest and experience to Lucene Wisniewski, Ph.D., at email@example.com.
CEBTOhio offers practicum/internship training for advanced graduate students in psychology, social work, and counseling. Masters and doctoral level students who are accepted into our program spend one full year as an integrated part of our clinical team learning and implementing evidence-based treatments, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and the Unified Protocol, to help patients with a range of concerns.
The CEBTOhio training program is an immersive placement experience. Under the direct supervision of experienced clinicians and mentors, students provide assessments, individual, group and family therapy, and participate in weekly supervision/training sessions, including serving as a full member of our DBT consultation team.
Graduate-level students in psychology, counseling or social work are eligible to apply. Placements begin and end in alignment with the traditional academic year (e.g., September – May). Placements are unpaid; however, when possible, we seek to transition trainees into paid staff positions following the end of placement.
We accept applications and conduct interviews throughout January and February of each year and extend offers in early March.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and CV to Dean Malec (firstname.lastname@example.org). In your cover letter, please specify if you prefer working with an adult or adolescent population.