Join Our Team

We’re Hiring!

We are currently looking for 1-2 licensed therapists to join our team in 2023!

If you have interest and experience in Eating Disorders, Trauma, and/or Psychedelic Assisted Therapy,
we hope you apply.

Our Team

About Us

Who we are

The Catalyst Center is a close-knit, multidisciplinary group practice dedicated to therapist wellbeing and longevity, exceptional client care, and cutting-edge treatment. Our licensed clinical staff include a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner, clinical psychologists, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, licensed professional counselors, and medical assistant.

What we do

We pride ourselves on delivering high-quality, research-based, trauma-informed care to our clients. We provide therapy, psychedelic-assisted therapy, psychiatry, and assessment services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. We are a safe and affirming space for LGBTQIA+ staff and clients. 

In addition to our general psychotherapy offerings, we are proud to offer specialty services, including:

  • Integrative Eating Disorder treatment
  • Trauma recovery with Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Couples and Child/Family Therapy
  • Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP)
  • Collaborative Therapeutic Psychological Assessment
Our Guiding Philosophy and Core Values

Maintaining an empowering, sensitive, and sustainable work culture is one of our core values as an organization.  Our clinicians focus on delivering quality therapy and assessment services while our strong administrative and management team takes care of the rest. At The Catalyst Center, our therapists focus on what they are trained to do, confident that all the minutiae of running a private practice are being taken care of behind the scenes.

Trauma-informed: The Catalyst Center is deeply committed to trauma-informed care, and our therapists are either trained in EMDR or are certified EMDR trainers.

Unique Size and Scope: The Catalyst Center is large for a group practice but small relative to many other agencies in the area. We strive to balance the importance of a diverse team along with the need for healthy team dynamics. 

Healthy Work Culture: We work hard to create a culture of sustainability and healthy workplace dynamics. We highly value collaboration, communication, accountability, and respect within our work culture. Our philosophy is based on the belief that healthy therapists do the best clinical work.

Emphasis on Social Justice: We continuously seek opportunities to ensure we are doing our part to be a hopeful beacon for the local and broader communities. We provide support to social justice efforts and work at individual and organizational levels to enhance our opportunity to impact others positively. Our most recent effort at providing quality therapeutic services to underserved communities is the formation of our sister non-profit, The Ardent Grove Foundation.

Salary and Benefits

We are now accepting applications for a full-time therapists (25+ clinical hours per week).

Salary: Up to $120,000/year

Competitive Pay with Flexibility: As a private-pay practice, we can offer competitive compensation while empowering our staff to provide some scholarship and pro bono services or to volunteer with our sister non-profit to give back to our community.

Benefits: Our full-time staff is eligible for healthcare benefits, including dental and vision insurance and a generous Paid Time Off (PTO) policy. We offer a retirement savings match program and short- and long-term disability coverage.

Flexible Work Schedule: Therapists have ample choice in setting up their schedules. We promote a culture of balancing your work with your personal life, as we believe this helps enhance therapist wellbeing and longevity.

What Sets Us Apart

Consultation and Team Support

We offer professional consultation meetings at least four times per week to provide consistent support both professionally and personally. We share our unique expertise to help one another work through clinical challenges and ensure our clients receive the highest quality care. 

Specialty consultation meeting topics include: child and family cases, Eating Disorder Recovery, Ketamine-Assisted Therapy,  EMDR, collaborative therapeutic assessment, and using EFT with couples cases.

Ongoing Education and Development

Catalyst team members regularly attend various professional training, and each therapist is encouraged to share any new knowledge with the team as a part of ongoing professional development. We pride ourselves on keeping up with cutting-edge technology in the field and current best practices. 

Community Resource

The Catalyst Center works to be a community resource in multiple ways. Our therapists have frequently presented at professional events such as guest speaking/training for organizations, podcast and television interviews, and various conferences. We also maintain an active blog that therapists contribute to to provide insight into issues such as parenting, self-care, mental health, trauma rand eating disorder recovery, psychedelic-assisted therapy, and mental health resources.

About You 

Expertise and Specialties

We are also interested in candidates who have an interest in or experience with perinatal mood disorders, eating disorder recovery, couples therapy, child therapy, psychological assessment (especially therapeutic assessment), and Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapy/Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy.

We are looking to grow our Eating Disorder team and are particularly interested in candidates who have specialty training in Eating Disorder recovery, as well as have experience working with clients in a high level of care, such as partial hospitalization or residential eating disorder treatment setting. Clinicians who are Certified Eating Disorder Specialists (CEDS) are strongly encouraged to apply.

Due to our emphasis on trauma recovery, training in EMDR or willingness to get trained within the first 6 months of employment is mandatory for all potential new clinical staff.

The Catalyst Center is looking for:

A commitment to holding yourself to a high professional standard and engaging in a continual process of growth and self-reflection. 

Therapists who are passionate about the profession, demonstrate strong clinical skills in providing long-term insight-oriented therapy, and embody a strong ethical compass.

Catalyst team members have a strong work ethic and demonstrate high accountability to themselves and others. We are looking for clinicians who desire to continually grow and develop as people and professionals. 

We welcome applicants who are seeking a team atmosphere with high levels of collaboration. An excellent candidate will share our values of communication, connectedness, and cooperation.

Being a clinician at The Catalyst Center involves a high level of freedom and autonomy, and with that comes responsibility. Clinicians who work well independently and are responsible for all logistical aspects of our profession (e.g., paperwork, billing, scheduling) tend to succeed on our team.

Application Process

If this resonates with you, we welcome you to reach out and explore the possibility of joining our team. Please provide a CV and cover letter to info@catalystcenterllc.com. Please note, we tend to bring new therapists on part-time for the first few months as they build their caseloads, transitioning to full-time as the therapist feels ready.

A Note to Prospective Students

The Catalyst Center’s sister nonprofit, Ardent Grove runs a student therapist practicum. Ardent Grove’s training program is run in special coordination with The University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP). Thus, this placement is available to students from (GSPP.  Learn more here: www.ardentgrove.org.