ARE YOU A COLORADO RESIDENT LOOKING FOR A DEAF COUNSELOR?
We will be happy to see if we can work something out with you.
SEEKING COLORADO-LICENSED COUNSELORS, PSYCHOLOGISTS, SOCIAL WORKERS & THERAPISTS
Are you Deaf and a Colorado resident?
Do you hold a Colorado license in counseling, social work or psychology?
Would you like to set your own schedule and determine your caseload?
If you answered YES to all of the above, consider joining our team!
We are always looking for licensed Deaf clinicians to work with us. Our goal is to include counselors from every state.
Deaf Counseling Center provides exceptional counseling and personal development services to individuals of all ages, couples, and families. In addition to individual, family, and couples counseling, we partner with schools, businesses, and other organizations through counseling, seminars, and consultation.
Master’s or doctoral level degree
Fully licensed to practice independently
Must have professional liability insurance
Already paneled or willing to be paneled with insurance companies – we can help with this
Must be comfortable using email or videophone
Must not have own private practice
Paid an hourly rate
No need to deal with insurance and billing – we take care of this
Set own schedule – no client or appointment quotas to meet
Payment as an independent contractor, dependent upon number of sessions and caseload per month
Interested? Here’s How to Apply to Join Deaf Counseling Center as a Contractual Therapist
1. Contact us for email information, then submit the following paperwork to Deaf Counseling Center
A. Copy of professional license (must be fully licensed to practice independently – LPCC, LPC, LCSW-C, LMFT)
B. Copy of malpractice insurance (minimum coverage: $1,000,000 individual; $3,000,000 aggregate)
C. Professional resume
D. Copy of Distance Counseling Certification (DCC) if you hold this. DCC is not mandatory, but it is highly recommended for videophone work
2. Complete an interview with Deaf Counseling Center (scheduled by invitation after submission of above materials)
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. Thank you!
Deaf Overcoming Violence through Empowerment (DOVE) – a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to serving victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in the Colorado Deaf community. The Colorado Deaf community is a diverse community that includes those who identify as:
- hard of hearing
- Children of Deaf Adults (CODAs).
All of DOVE’s direct advocacy services are completely free regardless of:
- gender identity
- sexual orientation
- religious affiliation
- income level.
They also provide community education, cultural competency training, technical assistance, and youth advocacy and prevention.
DOVE’s mission is to provide culturally accessible services that empower and offer hope to Deaf or hard of hearing individuals who experience abuse.
Colorado Department of Labor and Employment – They provide vocational rehabilitation services, including advanced communication technology and career counseling, for persons who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.