Open positions

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At MHT, we’re cultivating a growthful community of therapists committed to becoming fully ourselves, teaching each other how to make our humanness available, and in turn providing high quality psychotherapy to the neighborhoods we love.


Our team of pre-licensed and licensed clinicians provide psychotherapy services for children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples looking to strengthen their relationships and lead fulfilling lives. We serve residents in Northeast Los Angeles and surrounding neighborhoods.


We offer an innovative and integrative training program that blends contemporary psychoanalytic theory with an interdisciplinary approach that appreciates body-based and brain-based approaches. We provide supervision to all clinicians, with a deep emphasis in helping you become your best and most authentic clinical self.


Licensed Clinician, Multicultural Emphasis

This position is a full time generalist role with an emphasis on multicultural responsiveness. The successful candidate will have specific training and experience working with diverse populations, as well as a passion for engaging the NELA community and expanding access to high quality mental health care. This candidate will be a skilled clinician with demonstrated ability to establish excellent rapport with clients, provide culturally responsive care, and make use of the therapeutic relationship over the course of treatment.

The ideal candidate is passionate about continued therapeutic growth and values ongoing learning, training, consultation, and supervision. Specifically, the candidate will be interested in psychodynamic work, an interdisciplinary approach, and body-based and brain-based approaches. The candidate will be eager to engage training and supervision with the goal of becoming their most authentic clinical self.

Further, this candidate is prepared for the demands of a private-practice model group practice, is organized, professional, and ready to engage both the clinical and business aspects of the role. A successful candidate places high value on community, and is interested in engaging with our community of therapists for a minimum of two years, preferably longer.


Interested applicants: please email our Clinical Care Coordinator, Allie Ramsey, at clinicalcarecoordinator.mht@gmail.com with your resume.


Licensed Clinician, Couples Therapy Emphasis

This position is a full time generalist role with an emphasis on couples counseling. The successful candidate will have specific training and experience working with couples. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated an ability to blend warmth, directiveness, and insight for a balanced therapeutic relationship that meets the unique needs of each case.

The ideal candidate is passionate about continued therapeutic growth and values ongoing learning, training, consultation, and supervision. Specifically, the candidate will be interested in psychodynamic work, an interdisciplinary approach, and body-based and brain-based approaches. The candidate will be eager to engage training and supervision with the goal of becoming their most authentic clinical self.

Further, this candidate is prepared for the demands of a private-practice model group practice, is organized, professional, and ready to engage both the clinical and business aspects of the role. A successful candidate places high value on community, and is interested in engaging with our community of therapists for a minimum of two years, preferably longer.

Interested applicants: please email our Clinical Care Coordinator, Allie Ramsey, at clinicalcarecoordinator.mht@gmail.com with your resume.



Licensed Clinician, Child and Family Therapy Emphasis

This position is a full time generalist role with an emphasis on child and family therapy. The successful candidate will have specific training and experience working with children and families. The ideal candidate will have an interest in developmental and attachment theories. This candidate will have experience with play therapy and will be skilled in establishing rapport with both children and parents, providing families with guidance and direction as needed, and bringing insight and clarity to the unique challenges of families with children.


The ideal candidate is passionate about continued therapeutic growth and values ongoing learning, training, consultation, and supervision. Specifically, the candidate will be interested in psychodynamic work, an interdisciplinary approach, and body-based and brain-based approaches. The candidate will be eager to engage training and supervision with the goal of becoming their most authentic clinical self.


Further, this candidate is prepared for the demands of a private-practice model group practice, is organized, professional, and ready to engage both the clinical and business aspects of the role. A successful candidate places high value on community, and is interested in engaging with our community of therapists for a minimum of two years, preferably longer.


Interested applicants: please email our Clinical Care Coordinator, Allie Ramsey, at clinicalcarecoordinator.mht@gmail.com with your resume.