Psychotherapist Position

Tuesday, March 15, 2022 1:47 PM | Melissa Weinberg


That’s our message for clients, and that’s our message to you.

Open Lines Counseling, a private practice in Baltimore that serves individuals and couples, is looking for therapists licensed in Maryland (LCPC, LGPC, LCSW-C, LMFT, psychologist) to join the practice. 

We want both our clients and clinicians to feel supported, seen, safe, and challenged. We aim to provide the right conditions for growth. 

We value competent care (including use of evidence-based approaches), ongoing learning, work-life balance, curiosity/creativity, and inclusivity/acceptance of all identities and bodies.

Open Lines Counseling specializes in anxiety & OCD, pregnancy and postpartum mental health (perinatal mental health), and alternative relationship styles including consensual non-monogamy. This is a great opportunity for a therapist wanting to grow their skills or nurture their passion in one of the practice's specialty areas and/or develop their own niche that fits the mission of the practice.

We know you have your own visions and passions and we want to foster them. We would love to hear from you!

We are hiring part-time and full-time clinicians starting at 10 client hours per week.


This is a W-2 position. Open Lines Counseling provides:

  • Supportive, inclusive, and flexible practice culture

  • A steady stream of clients that are a good fit for you

  • Annual continuing education stipend

  • Paid time off

  • Ability to create your own flexible schedule with hybrid or fully Telehealth work options

  • Minimal administrative responsibilities (i.e., billing, credentialing, and marketing taken care of)

  • Clinical supervision for LGPCs and optional monthly consultation for all

  • User-friendly EHR

  • Direct deposit

  • Opportunities and ongoing support in executing ideas beyond individual sessions


This job is a great fit for you if you: 

  • Utilize or want more training in evidence-based approaches (including ERP for OCD treatment, ACT, Gottman method, and mindfulness-based approaches).

  • Have other skills you want to indulge. You want to be part of a small, growing practice where you can use your unique skills (e.g., writing, social media promotion, running groups, giving presentations, etc.) to enhance the mission of the practice and be part of its growth.

  • Can work independently but know when to ask for help/guidance. 

  • Want the benefits of working in private practice (e.g., flexibility, autonomy, seeing the clients you want to see) without having to deal with the business management, i.e., you want to focus on seeing clients.

  • Can be direct and don’t shy away from open communication with colleagues and clients.

  • Have strong alignment with practice’s core values, including anti-racism and affirming care. Take a look at the mission and core values to see if they resonate with you and you feel you’d be a good fit.

  • Are currently licensed in Maryland (LCPC, LGPC, LCSW-C, LMFT, psychologist).

  • Bonus points if you have a niche or population you are excited about working with.

  • Bonus bonus points if you have a passion or sincere interest in one of the following or a similar niche (you do not need to be interested in all):

    • High quality and focused treatment for OCD and anxiety disorders

    • Supporting birthing people and new parents struggling with perinatal mood and anxiety disorders

    • Working with individuals and/or couples practicing alternative relationship styles including consensual non-monogamy


Send a cover letter and resume to

Please provide an explanation as to what draws you to the practice and why you think you’d be a good fit.

LCPCM | P.O. Box 7762, Wilmington, NC 28406  • 443-370-1255 •
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