Practicing at Tribeca Therapy: Growth and opportunity
In many ways, the model for our Downtown Manhattan therapy practice is more like a law firm than a traditional group therapy practice. Like a selective law firm, we value credentials and a strong background, but we are especially interested in individuals who are eager to learn. We have had tremendous success in helping talented, committed therapists thrive in our practice.
Once hired, associate therapists are given extensive supervision and professional support, working closely with more senior associates and partners who help guide them in all aspects of providing excellent psychotherapy to largely professional New Yorkers. As associates grow within the practice and gain seniority, they, in time, can be eligible to become partners themselves, getting increasingly rewarded for their contributions and sharing in the success of a growing practice.
Our history: Collaborative from the start
Our values as therapists carry over into how we relate to one another as colleagues. Just as we invite our patients to co-create their therapy, our therapists have helped shape Tribeca Therapy from its earliest days as a group practice. Started as a solo practice in 2009, Tribeca Therapy expanded to a group practice with the addition of three therapists who are still with the practice, all of whom have taken on senior roles.
Our practice is deeply collaborative. All therapists contribute to our extensive online offerings, including contributing to our active blog, read by both patients and colleagues. In addition to formal supervision and peer consultations, we have established a culture of informal collaboration where clinicians, regardless of experience, can seek guidance on specific case matters, as well as broader issues related to their performance as therapists.
A long-term relationship with long-term upside
At Tribeca Therapy, we invest in our therapists’ growth as clinicians and continually provide new opportunities to thrive and contribute. Our expertise in collaborative therapy is both deep and broad, allowing for motivated therapists to develop skills in couples and family therapy, group therapy, and therapy with kids and teens. As therapists grow, they are invited to participate in training therapists–either within the practice or in training or supervisory contexts. This is not a practice in which therapists are poorly paid and move on when they gain experience. Our therapists value their identity as part of the Tribeca Therapy team and find ongoing opportunity within our practice.
Interested in being considered for a position with Tribeca Therapy? Please visit our job inquiries page where you can find out more about qualifications for consideration, fill out an application and share your resume, all online.
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