At Whole Valley Therapy, we combine the best of everything to create an exceptional workplace. 

On the client side, we meet the needs of exceptional folks who don’t fit the mold.

They’re the outliers for one reason or another—often times having been labeled as too smart, too sensitive, too different from others, too capable, too rational or too emotional. Whatever the reason, these are folks who are traditionally overlooked in private practice mental health based on their identity and/or abilities. While Whole Valley Therapy welcomes clients from all backgrounds, we focus on gifted and LGBTQ+ folks. We pride ourselves on depth knowledge of our niches and know we’re providing something different (and more effective!) than the standard therapy fare for these folks. We aren’t interested in cookie cutter approaches.

As a business, we’re leading with generosity and abundance.

We want to ensure you have a manageable schedule that works for your life, receive pay that reflects your talent, and exist within an ethics of care so you can feel good about yourself and the work you’re doing. We’ve intentionally created opportunities for fully paid health benefits, time off and learning. We want you to do well, and be well.  

On the provider side, we’re as quirky as we are serious about doing good work. We are good at what we do, yet not afraid to ask questions or learn what we don’t know. We’ve taken traditional and non-traditional pathways to this work and value the ways in which we each do and don’t reflect the communities we serve. We have done (and continue to do!) our own work, and are therefore able to bring exceptional awareness and insight to our client interactions. 

Check back often to learn about the ways you can join us. We’re growing and excited to have you along! 

Masters Level Therapist -Licensed

Whole Valley Therapy is a growing community of clinicians passionate about providing supportive and affirming care to our community and beyond (we draw folks Seattle to Renton). We practice from a trauma-informed, social justice and anti-racist foundation, specifically welcoming clients of all backgrounds, races/ethnicities, genders, sexualities, abilities, and identities. We are dedicated to meeting the unique needs of those who, due to experience or identity, are outside the norm. We aren’t interested in cookie cutter approaches. Instead, we pride ourselves on depth knowledge of our niches and look forward to helping you grow and nourish your own area of specialty.

We are currently seeking a highly skilled clinician specializing in providing counseling and psychotherapy to couples and polycules. Services included as part of this position are the assessment and treatment of clients’ presenting problems. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to, providing clinical consultation within and outside Whole Valley Therapy; participation in clinical consultation/supervision, coordination with relevant personnel; linkage with community resources and participation in program development. All clinicians must commit to working at least 3 shifts per week (18 clinical hours). This position requires weekend and/or evening hours.

This position is located at the Duvall office of Whole Valley Therapy. 

This is an employment (W2) opportunity, NOT Independent contractor (1099)

Required: Masters degree in a behavioral science

Required: current State of Washington licensure as Masters level clinician (LICSW, LMHC, LMFT, etc)

Length of Experience
Required: 2 years recent, continuous experience in outpatient mental health, or medical social work
Preferred: 3-5 years recent, continuous experience as a psychotherapist

Demonstrated commitment to diversity and social justice
Strong commitment and understanding of professional ethics
Training in understanding and treating trauma, especially in marginalized communities
Ability to engage with staff, clients and the community directly, kindly and compassionately
Comfort working in a small community
Experience and interest in working with individuals and couples

Identified niche and/or specialized training such as: EFT for couples; LGBTQIA+ relationships; polcycules/non-traditional relationship dynamics.
Clinical understanding of giftedness, twice exceptionality, highly sensitive people or commitment to learning 
Experience working with: LGBT+ individuals
Prior private or group practice experience 
Prior experience using EHR

Smartphone with a data plan 
A computer that has a web browser compatible with Gmail

W2 employee (not a contractor). You get paid for the hours you work
Reasonable schedules, with a max of 6 clients a day
Daytime, afternoon, evening and weekend shifts available to choose from
Fully paid health benefits for full-time employees
Paid sick time and holidays based on clinical time worked.
Easy to use electronic health records system
Paid, twice monthly clinical (non-licensure) supervision with our clinical director

The perks of private practice without having to do all the work. We offer: professional marketing, website management, billing support, client screening, scheduling, accounting, a comfortable office space and waiting room, and established referrals
A warm and nurturing team, with staff who are kind, direct, and compassionate. We want you to be well and do good work.

If interested, send your cover letter, resume or CV and 3 professional references to

We strongly encourage people of color, women, LGBTQ+ folks, disabled individuals and folks who have been consumers of mental health services to apply. We celebrate being an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate in employment on the basis of any protected status or other non-merit factors.