Careers At Ida Lillie
Provisionally or fully licensed clinicians with Illinois licensure for full-time caseload.
Ph.D., Psy.D., LCPC, LCSW, LMFT, LPC
Active Illinois license
Capacity for full-time caseload
Ida Lillie Psychotherapy and Wellness is hiring! This fully remote, full-time, W2 position is open to Ph.D., Psy.D., LCPC, LCSW, LMFT, and LPC candidates with an active Illinois license or candidates who will become licensed within 3 months of start date. Strong candidates will have thorough knowledge of how oppression and racism operate in our society, understand their role in denouncing white supremacy culture, and demonstrate commitment to culturally attuned care to disenfranchised communities.
Preferred candidates will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, demonstrate their ability to work well within teams, and work flexibly within a dynamic work environment. Additionally, we ask candidates to have an understanding or interest in psychodynamic therapy, relational therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) conceptualizations of treatment.
We offer a variety of specialized training opportunities including (but not limited to) anti-racism integration, Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) conceptualization and treatment, eating disorder diagnosis and treatment, psychodynamic conceptualization and intervention.
Starting pay range for a full-time licensed provider is typically between $57,000-$85,000 annually, depending on years in practice and number of clients seen, plus health insurance and CE benefits.
If you meet these qualifications and are interested in applying for this position, connect with us via the “apply for position” link to request further information on the application process.
We share the lived experience many marginalized folks have in this world where our voices aren’t heard, respected, valued, or uplifted. Centuries of systematic disenfranchisement and oppression have fostered distrust, stigma, and difficulties with access to the pursuit of wellness. Ida Lillie offers a space to recognize the damage and disservice this has done to our communities, while also creating space for embodied change in our patients.