Thinking of Joining a Group Practice? The Juniper Center is Now Hiring
The Juniper Center is Hiring

The Juniper Center is Now Hiring

If you have been thinking about joining a group practice and you are amazing, The Juniper Center is now hiring. We are expanding and looking to hire amazing therapists (you know that’s you) for our offices in Park Ridge, Chicago and Barrington.

The ideal candidate will be fully licensed (all “C’s” fully in place, i.e., LCSW) and will enjoy working with an incredible team. We are particularly in need of therapists who have worked with children/adolescents, and/or, trauma, and/or transgender affirming therapies, and/or anxiety and depression.

However, if you are amazing and would like to begin working part time and potentially moving in to full time clinical practice with our team, we would still love to hear from you. Blue Cross paneled preferred, but not required.

The Juniper Center is an holistic, highly collegial practice. We have therapists from many disciplines and with many specialties. We also have a psychiatrist and a pediatric neuro-psychologist on staff. Our practice offers you the ability to come in, see your clients, do your notes and the rest is up to us.

There are opportunities to try on lots of different clinical interests. If there’s something you really want to learn so that you can come back and try it out, we will help you do that by funding part or all of your training fee. We also offer individual and group consultation, opportunities to make extra money performing non-clinical tasks, as well as on-site, CEU earning, clinical training.

If you would like to learn more about us, please take a look at The Juniper Center web site. If you would like for us to learn more about you, please forward to us your CV to, attention: Margo Jacquot.

We look forward to hearing from your amazing self soon,



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