Interested in joining our team? See a list of our current openings below.
ABOUT THE BLACK GIRL DOCTOR
The Black Girl Doctor is a niche therapy practice specializing in the mental health and wellness of professional Black women. We employ a team of highly skilled psychologists and aim to be a top choice for busy women of leadership and influence who want to live well. We offer virtual therapy, wellness coaching, and a range of workplace wellness services. The company is rooted in the belief that each of our desires to be successful should not rob us of all the love, money, and happiness that life has to offer. We are fully committed to Black Joy as a social justice issue. While we specialize in the unique needs of Black women, we service a diverse clientele and operate an inclusive practice that affirms people from all racial/ethnic backgrounds, gender and sexual identities, and all intersecting aspects of culture.
We have immediate openings for contract Psychologists and are looking for highly skilled clinicians to join our team. Interested candidates should have a passion for working with our target population (high achieving professional Black women), be adept at providing evidence-based, culturally responsive clinical care, be social justice oriented, and tech savvy. This is a remote position and both full and part time options are available.
Conduct a minimum of 10 direct client hours per week
Commit to a minimum of 2 hours per week of prevention and outreach assignments which may include services such as group coaching, psychoeducational workshops, speaking engagements, etc.
Timely completion of notes and documentation in alignment with best practices
Quarterly contributions to thought leadership (i.e.: blog post, article commentary, live stream, social media, etc. on a topic relevant to our target population)
We are a private pay practice and offer competitive compensation and bi-annual bonuses. You will earn a percentage of your sessions and consultation fees for all work. Plus enjoy completely remote work with a flexible schedule, training, optional clinical consultation, and professional development opportunities.
PhD or PsyD in Counseling or Clinical Psychology from an APA accredited institution
Valid license to work independently as a psychologist in a preferred location
No disciplinary action against your license
Competency in evidence-based treatment modalities
Coursework and/or supplemental training in culturally responsive models of care for Black folks
Strong desire to champion Black mental health
Openly share our commitment to honoring diversity and our values of acceptance and affirmation of all people from all walks of life. We proudly uplift and serve clients of every race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, ability status, religion, etc.
We are prioritizing applicants in PsyPact states with a valid E. Passport or license in one of the following states: Alaska, Iowa, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Vermont, Wisconsin, Wyoming.