Careers at CCIH

CCIH is currently accepting applications for an experienced staff therapist. Our Trauma Fellowship application is also open now.

The Chicago Center for Integration & Healing is a group practice of clinicians committed to trauma-informed care, and is a leader in providing training on trauma to mental health providers in the Chicago area.

At CCIH, we believe there is no one right way to be a trauma informed provider. We practice an integrated approach and support our clinicians in finding their own authentic approach to healing. We also believe that being trauma-informed necessarily includes understanding and challenging the systems of oppression that harm individuals and communities, and we work continually to maintain a collaborative workplace that is equitable to all. 

We are seeking an experienced therapist to join our clinical community. This position is ideal for someone who is interested in deepening into their clinical practice within the context of a vibrant supportive community.  We can also offer opportunities and support to applicants who wish to develop their own clinical voice by supervising other clinicians and/or developing workshops or trainings. This will be a W-2 position, and can be full or part time. We welcome and encourage clinicians of all races, abilities, gender identities, and sexual orientations to apply.

Qualifications & Requirements:

  • Fully licensed with 3+ years experience.
  • Experience in treating complex trauma
  • Attendance and participation in weekly individual clinical consultation, staff and clinical meetings, and other scheduled office meetings and events.
  • Provide individual psychotherapy at a minimum of 12 kept appointments/week including 4 kept prime time hours per week (after 5:00pm or on Saturday) 

The ideal candidate will:

  • Have advanced training in a trauma-informed approach 
  • Value the opportunity to be part of an integrated trauma-informed group practice, and be committed to active participation in the CCIH community, ongoing training and supervision
  • Demonstrate a willingness to develop an ongoing awareness of the therapist’s own internal experience as an essential “tool” of clinical work
  • Participate in CCIH’s ongoing process of providing care with an anti-oppression lens

CCIH will provide:

  • Biweekly supervision and mentoring in support of clinical work, clinical supervision and workshop development
  • Marketing and support around the business elements of offering a workshop
  • Intake and referral
  • Weekly meeting providing group case consultation, trauma training and business  development. CEUs available for clinical parts of these meetings. 
  • Opportunity to receive training in Integrated Practices groups. 
  • Free admission to all CCIH professional development activities Representation on website highlighting CCIH services and individual therapist skills, strengths and services.
  • Malpractice Insurance  
  • Office space, electronic record, billing and administrative support

Part-time (minimum of 12 kept appointments/week) and full-time W-2 option available.

Compensation:  54% – 60% of clinical revenue based on level of experience and number of clients seen.  Additional compensation provided for providing supervision and workshops.

Full Time Employee benefits:

  • Option for Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance with $400 employer contribution
  • Option for Vision and Dental insurance
  • Short and Long-term Disability insurance
  • Professional Liability Insurance
  • 3% employer 401k contribution
  • Annual PTO 

To Apply: Send a cover letter and CV to Amy Zajakowski Uhll at amy.zajakowski.uhll@theccih.com