Could This Be You?
Do you believe close relationships are as important for human beings as food, water, and shelter? Do you feel most relationships can be saved by helping couples understand that misunderstanding, not malice, is at the root of relationship distress? Are you a registered mental health professional in private practice who would like to grow and refine your business?
If so, we’d like to talk with you.
Couples in Step is a boutique-style agency (we don’t want to be too big or multi-faceted) that works solely with couples to create secure and safe relationships through rebuilding, repair, and recreating security and trust in the partner relationship.
Our therapeutic model has no room for blame – we believe both parties are part of relationship distress, and we foster positive motivation in overcoming reactive/difficult behaviour. We believe our clients are the relationship, not the individuals. We are proud of the many successes our clients have achieved over the past decades of our practice, and now want to expand our outreach by partnering with like-minded health professionals.
Seeking Independent Contractors
We are looking to add two or three therapists to our roster who are able to see a minimum of eight Couples in Step clients each week for 75-minutes time slots, and three to five appointment times after 4 p.m. on weekdays or on weekends.
In particular, we are seeking Social Workers (MSW, RSW) or registered psychotherapists (RP) who have a current private practice with their own office location.
Our expectation is that you participate in workshops, professional development opportunities and team meetings all to better your practice and business.
You are confident your office would meet our expectations for client comfort and confidentiality. Please tell us a little more about yourself (attach a CV) and how you believe you can add value to our client base.
This is an independent contract position that allows for building your own caseload, business acumen, and be part of a larger vision — all while earning a great living along with a great team.
- Master’s of Social Work and Registered with the OCSWSSW, or a registered psychotherapist registered with CRPO. Must have active liability insurance in Ontario.
- EFT trained – at least an EFT externship with a goal of certification.
- Complimentary skills with training in areas such as sex therapy, addictions, discernment counselling, or trauma.
- Experience working in secure video conference formats.
- Knowledge and experience of marketing your practice, writing blogs, making videos, and running workshops or groups is an asset.
- Experience in OWL for case notes, billing etc. is an asset.
What We Offer
We offer a preferential fee split based on your EFT skills and/or couples experience. We give you a supportive work environment, administrative support, and the backing of a well established leading couples-only therapeutic agency. This means we can provide a steady list of clients to keep you engaged as a Couples in Step therapist.
Please use our contact form to request an email address to which you can then send your resume and cover letter.
Show your creativity in a personable and engaging cover letter. Tell us why you would like to join Couples in Step.
Have your resume describe in detail your experience and current private practice. Include links to your LinkedIn profile, Psychology Today and a professional social media account of yours.
Please note that only selected candidates will be contacted. Thank you for your interest and good luck!
Nearly Every Couple Faces Challenges
Sometimes the difficulties can get so over whelming they can make both of you feel helpless. In our stress-filled, anxiety-driven lives it helps to talk with a professional about your relationship. Couples In Step offers a variety of services to help couples repair and revive their relationship: in-person counselling, on-line counselling, 3-day intensive couples counselling for couples in crisis, weekend couples retreats, discernment counselling for couples where one, or both of you, are uncertain about continuing the relationship.