Food Is Not The Enemy
Eating Disorders Group Practice

Adolescent / Family Therapist

Food is Not the Enemy currently has an opening for a Washington-licensed mental health therapist (LCSW, LMHC, PhD, or PsyD) to provide counseling services for adolescents and/or families. This is a part-time position (at least 10 clinical hours across at least 2 days, Monday-Sunday) in an outpatient group practice setting in the Vancouver area. You will be paid a percentage of fees collected rather than a salary.

Please apply if you have:

  • Experience (and are passionate about) working with individual adults addressing issues around body/food/weight and trauma.
  • Experience with (or a willingness to learn) a Health at Every Size approach to body/food/weight issues.
  • Experience with (or a willingness to learn) an emotional approach to helping clients work with their recovery and healing.

Why work with Food is Not the Enemy Counseling? 

In working with Food is Not the Enemy, you get all the benefits of private practice, without the isolation and the hassle of the business side of things. You get to focus your energies on seeing clients and receive free onsite case consultation.

Who is Food is Not the Enemy? 

We at Food is Not the Enemy help people in the Vancouver and the greater Portland area align body, mind, and emotions. We are trauma-trained, take a Health at Every Size approach to food and weight, and help people heal the underlying emotional and relational challenges to their food and body image concerns. We help people develop strong roots for personal growth and welcome people of all sizes, races, gender identities, and sexual orientations.

What Food is Not the Enemy needs from you:

  • To be a skilled therapist.
  • To be licensed in the state of Washington (registered interns and associates coming soon).
  • To be trained and practiced in working with individual adults and/or adolescents.
  • To enjoy consulting regularly with colleagues.
  • To be ethically sound, with a good reputation and references to match.
  • To be able to work independently yet collaboratively in a supportive environment.

Bonus points for:

  • Ability to adeptly work with diverse populations and/or other languages.
  • Having experience (and enjoying working with) adolescents, families, and/or couples.
  • Having experience (and enjoying working with) clients who have eating disorders.
  • Already having clinical specialties (such as EMDR).
  • Technically savvy and/or willingness to learn.

If interested, please send a cover letter and resume/CV to Anne Cuthbert through my contact page. In addition, please fill out and submit the Food is Not the Enemy Employment Questionnaire.

Please fill out the Food Is Not The Enemy “EMPLOYMENT QUESTIONNAIRE”
Anne Cuthbert will get back with you to schedule an Interview.

Employment Questionnaire

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