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Careers at Roamers Therapy

Roamers Therapy is a private practice in Chicago, which was built on our understanding of how hard it can be to find a modern & down-to-earth therapist.

We provide individual and couples therapy services to our clients in-person at our offices in South Loop and Lakeview neighborhoods, as well as virtually via telehealth within Illinois and Washington, D.C. We work particularly well with clients struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, and interpersonal stressors. We take a trauma-informed, evidence-based, LGBTQIA affirming, and culturally sensitive approach to therapy to help our clients achieve mental well-being.

For our clinical team members, we provide a thoughtfully structured work environment with minimal administrative overhead.

We strive to meet our clients’ needs and prefences to our best ability as a trauma-informed practice, so we expect all new members of our clinical team to have in-person availability at all workdays to provide both in-person and telehealth options to our clients. We also see telehealth as an invaluable option to serve our clients who prefer attending their sessions virtually for any reason (e.g., distance, preference, schedule), so our physical offices are designed and decorated for conducting both in-person and telehealth sessions comfortably.

We have been enjoying a strong connection with our clients and we attribute our success to our client-first approach with a strong focus on quality of care, reliability, dependability, and ethics.

At the moment, we have openings for the following positions:

If you are a psychotherapist and you believe that Roamers Therapy is a good fit for you, please submit your application with the form below. You can also scroll below the form to read job descriptions for each position.

We look forward to getting to know you!

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Job Descriptions

Fully Licensed Psychotherapist (LCSW or LCPC)

Fully licensed members of our clinical team primarily provide evidence-based individual and couples therapy services to adult clients in our outpatient practice offices located in South Loop and Lakeview neighborhoods. They treat a range of presenting problems such as anxiety, depression, LGBTQIA+ issues, life transitions, relationship issues, race and ethnicity issues, self-esteem and trauma, while keeping each client’s unique identity and desired goals at the front and the center. We also expect clinicians to submit their progress notes within the same calendar day, contribute to our psychoeducational outreach efforts, pursue professional development, and be an active participant in our team meetings.

Provisionally Licensed Psychotherapist (LSW or LPC)

Provisionally licensed members of our clinical team primarily provide evidence-based individual and couples therapy services to adult clients in our outpatient practice offices located in South Loop and Lakeview neighborhoods. They have minimum 1 year of experience in providing mental health services at a high quality private practice setting and they hold their provisional licenses (Licensed Social Worker or Licensed Professional Counselor). They treat a range of presenting problems such as anxiety, depression, LGBTQIA+ issues, life transitions, relationship issues, race and ethnicity issues, self-esteem and trauma, while keeping each client’s unique identity and desired goals at the front and the center. We also expect clinicians to submit their progress notes within the same calendar day, attend at least one-hour-per-week individual supervision with a fully licensed clinician, contribute to our psychoeducational outreach efforts, pursue professional development, and be an active participant in our team meetings.

Early-career Fellow Psychotherapist (MSW, MA, LSW, LPC)

Early career fellow members of our clinical team are first-time private practice providers who are either recent graduates of clinical social work or counseling programs, or are switching from another line of social work to practicing psychotherapy. They receive more intensive support from their supervisors and they have stricter professional development requirements. They primarily provide evidence-based individual and couples therapy services to adult clients in our outpatient practice offices located in South Loop and Lakeview neighborhoods. They treat a range of presenting problems such as anxiety, depression, LGBTQIA+ issues, life transitions, relationship issues, race and ethnicity issues, self-esteem and trauma, while keeping each client’s unique identity and desired goals at the front and the center. We also expect clinicians to submit their progress notes within the same calendar day, attend at least one-hour-per-week individual supervision, contribute to our psychoeducational outreach efforts, pursue professional development, and be an active participant in our team meetings.