NOW ACCEPTING POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP APPLICATIONS
Come Train with Us
We are dedicated to providing state-of-the-art clinical training to prepare our fellows for independent practice. If you are interested in specializing in anxiety, OCD, or couples therapy, our clinic may be right for you.
JOIN OUR TEAM
We are looking for caring, evidence-based clinicians to join our community.
On our team, we offer a supportive environment and regular opportunities for case consultation to provide high quality, evidence-based therapies to our clients. We believe that clinicians offer the best therapy when they feel supported themselves, and are given opportunities for connection, learning, and leadership. We are looking for team members with strong training in evidence-based therapy who are interested in being part of a compassionate and growth-oriented practice. Our group values quality therapy and lifelong learning, and we are dedicated to helping each other provide excellent care supported by research.
We strive to foster a diverse community of clinicians in which all individuals feel welcomed and supported. We are committed to inclusion and cultural humility, recognizing that the pursuit of these values is ongoing, iterative, and collaborative work.
Now accepting applications for postdoctoral fellows. Learn more here.
WE ARE SEEKING CLINICIANS WITH:
Strong training in CBT and other evidence-based therapies
A current California license
A compassionate, genuine approach to therapy
Interest in lifelong learning
A supportive, positive, and growth-oriented community
Regular consultation and opportunities to collaborate
Access to trainings and continuing education seminars
Opportunities to diversify your work tasks
Flexibility to set your own schedule
CPC CONSULTATION GROUP
A Supportive Community
At CPC, we believe the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. By working together as a team, we provide a better service to our clients. Our group meets for weekly consultation, based on Marsha Linehan’s seminal model of therapy-for-the-therapists. On our team, we check in with each other about stress, burnout, and put our consultation questions on the agenda. These questions for the group are not only about clinical best practice, but also about personal stuck points in therapy that each provider experiences, but does not always have the opportunity to consult on.
Research shows that providers with the best outcomes seek help and consult, and we want to make sure all our clinicians have access to this at CPC. The consultation-to-the-therapist model helps providers recognize and work through their own growing edges, so that they can provide the best quality therapy across their caseload. If you are interested in personal growth within a team of colleagues, learning various provider’s’ perspectives on issues, and sharing deeply and authentically with your group - then this model may be right for you. Teams with a regular consultation-to-the-therapist model are connected to each other, and are more personally confident about their work.
"The whole is greater than the sum of its parts."