Employment & Training

what do staff say about working here? 

 

I find this to be an impressively supportive work environment” – current staff

“I have felt welcome in this space since starting. There is always a supportive person to connect with, collaborate with or to seek consultation” – current staff

I love working here! It’s flexible and respectful of me as a coworker and as a human” – current staff

“I appreciate the inclusivity of CTAC and that we serve lower income clients with Medicaid.” There’s “an effort to make clients and staff feel welcome” – current extern

I appreciate the various training opportunities and the supportiveness of all the staff” -current extern

“I feel like I have gotten a lot of great resources from CTAC on [cultural humility], including our LGBTQIA+ trainings [and] resources for anti-racism as well” – current staff

I really enjoy working for CTAC overall. I feel included and a sense of community in each team meeting. I feel supported [by] my coworkers and I support them” – current staff

CTAC rocks at serving diverse client populations and creating a team that are trained with creating warm spaces for these folks. Personal milestones are celebrated and CTAC provides support for therapist’s outside of their individual supervision” – current staff 

CTAC has different positions which are taken care of by specific people (such as billing) so that clinicians are not therapists, assessors, billing professionals, and administrative teams all on their own, as was my experience previously in private practice. It makes things feel as though they go so much smoother and gives me more spoons in my day to day life, both personally and professionally” -current staff

About Our Practice

 

Colorado Therapy & Assessment Center is a growing, multi-site outpatient treatment center with locations in beautiful Denver and Westminster, CO. Our team consists of licensed psychologists, postdoctoral residents, and doctoral student externs. Most CTAC postdoctoral residents continue on at CTAC in licensed, full-time positions.

CTAC aims to provide a warm, supportive, family-like feel while respecting professional boundaries. We’re a close-knit group who genuinely like each other and value teamwork. CTAC employees choose CTAC for its truly open-door policy, collaborative work environment, and team approach to clinical work.

CTAC is an insurance-based practice. We accept most major insurances, including Medicaid. We deeply value offering in-network insurance options to our clients and see accepting insurance as a vital way of doing social justice to best serve the community. We strongly believe that access to affordable and quality care is an essential aspect of equity for all and are seeking candidates who feel the same. This job is best suited for someone who wants to have an impact on the community but wants the flexibility, support, and reduced stress of a private practice setting.

CTAC provides the following services:

  • Individual therapy
  • Specialized Eating Disorder therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Couples therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Psychological Assessments for: ADHD, Learning Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and comprehensive batteries with cognitive, achievement and personality measures
  • Training and Supervision of Advanced Doctoral students from local Counseling Psychology Ph.D. and Clinical Psychology Psy.D. programs

CTAC offers specialty services to clients with eating disorders as well as general mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, mood disorders, and trauma/PTSD.

CTAC values integrative therapeutic work, emphasizing IPT (Interpersonal) and psychodynamic approaches, feminist/multicultural, as well as CBT, DBT, and ACT when skills-based work is needed.

Our team members genuinely like each other and enjoy working at CTAC! We work collaboratively as a team, referring within the practice and meeting weekly as a staff. Additional didactic trainings and specialty supervision of eating disorder cases are provided as well.

CTAC was founded by Director, Janean Anderson, Ph.D., CEDS-S. Dr. Anderson is a licensed psychologist, certified eating disorder specialist, and approved supervisor for the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (iaedp). Dr. Anderson is the best-selling author of Recover Your Perspective and is host of The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast, an internationally-known podcast in the recovery community. Dr. Anderson was named a top eating disorder expert in 2018. Dr. Anderson loves working with clients and feels honored every single day to have an amazing team of employees to join her in that work. She is seeking candidates who would like to specialize in eating disorders who also feel passionately about working with this wonderful population.

If you’re searching for fulfilling work, meaningful relationships, and expert training all while embodying a heart for service, make sure to check out the position that applies to your needs..

Licensed Psychologist

Postdoctoral Residency

Doctoral Psychology Internship

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Licensed Professional Counselor

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Postgraduate Master’s Residency

Client Care Coordinator

Therapy Doctoral Student Externship

Assessment Doctoral Student Externship

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