Who we are
Collage Therapy Collective provides culturally affirmative psychotherapy and evaluation services. This practice was founded with the knowledge of how difficult it can be to find therapists with complex intersecting identities, or even to find therapists who value and affirm these parts of oneself that too often become compartmentalized. For our therapists, we seek to create that same space in which you can feel free to actually bring all of yourself to work.
Who we’re looking for
We’re looking for clinicians-in-training who are strongly rooted in values of anti-oppression and pro-liberation, and who are actively anti-racist, queer and trans affirming. As a relationally-grounded practice, we are looking for clinicians who value bringing themselves into the room with clients, and who appreciate the ways in which our own identities intersect with those of our clients. In line with these foundational expectations, we are seeking those whose theoretical grounding aligns with a relational process. This may include those oriented toward relational psychoanalysis, feminist, attachment, psychodynamic, or systems theories.
What we offer
We all remember what it's like to be a trainee, from the good to the bad, on so many levels.
We strive to support trainees in the development of their own clinical voice while fostering developmentally appropriate autonomy. In this pursuit, trainees can expect to receive both individual and group supervision, in addition to engagement in professional education related to culturally-affirmative treatment of experiences and concerns commonly encountered with Collage's client base. Trainees will also have the opportunity to develop or co-lead psychotherapy groups, perform evaluations for gender affirming surgery letters, as well as conduct psychological assessment as appropriate and available.
Current enrollment in an accredited graduate program of psychology at the doctoral- or masters-level, inclusive of graduate art therapy programs.
Completion of at least one school year of training focused on psychotherapy
Commitment to social justice values with a desire to incorporate those values into your work as a therapist.
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