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Career Opportunities

The Motherhood Center of New York is looking for new members to join our growing team! If you are interested in providing high-quality support and clinical treatment to new and expecting mothers experiencing Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) – then TMC is the place for you. Check out our job openings below or view our clinical training opportunities here.

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Open Positions

  • Postdoctoral Fellowship in Perinatal Psychology: 2024-2025

    JOB SUMMARY
    • Conduct psychiatric intakes with diagnosis, treatment planning and coordination of care with outside providers.
    • Conduct individual psychotherapy for outpatient and/or partial hospitalization program, with a specific focus on optimizing treatment for perinatal patients through an integrative approach. Individual psychotherapy may be informed by psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral and/or dyadic orientations.
    • Conduct group psychotherapy sessions. The PHP includes groups with a variety of focuses, including interpersonal process groups, DBT/CBT skills groups, and Dyadic therapy. Five groups run daily for partial hospitalization program patients. Fellows will have the opportunity to either co-lead or independently facilitate one group therapy session each day.
    • Conduct family sessions as needed focused on relationship dynamics that contribute to or maintain the patient’s experience of PMADs. Supervision in family and couples therapy is available with an expert in the field to hone various therapeutic interventions addressing the management of current stressors, communication patterns, adjustment to new roles, and addressing adaptive and maladaptive intergenerational patterns in the family.
    • Attend and participate in multiple weekly rounds with an interdisciplinary team of psychologists, psychiatrists, and social workers. This role requires collaboration with all members of The Motherhood Center staff and interaction with both Partial Hospitalization Program patients and Outpatient Program patients. Weekly group supervision on dyadic techniques and group dynamics in addition to individual supervision will be provided for OP/PHP cases.
    View the Full Job Description and Qualifications here.
  • Day Program Therapist

    JOB SUMMARY: The Day Program Therapist will work with the PHP Director and PHP Clinical Team to providing therapy and ongoing care to patients of The Motherhood Center. This will be comprised of three major roles:
    • Providing individual therapy to patients admitted to the Day Program. Treatment expectations include strength-focused family interventions, including psychoeducation, individual psychotherapy including utilization of effective modalities for the perinatal mood and anxiety disorder (PMAD) population (Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dyadic Treatment Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness Bases Stress Reduction) and discharge planning.
    • Running group therapies in the Day Program consisting of but not limited to: CBT, DBT, & IPT Groups, Parenting Skills Groups, Mindfulness Practice, Themed Group Therapy.
    • Conducting outpatient evaluations and ongoing individual therapy as needed.
    The Day Program Therapist demonstrates excellence in clinical practice preferably with experience working with PMADs. She/he serves as a professional role model, and resource in the development of clinical practice, collaboration and consultation among members of the psychiatric, clinical, nursery, and administrative teams. She/he will exercise strong clinical leadership skills and demonstrate effective clinical teaching skills used to promote both care standards and practice standards, and will be adept working with individuals and in group processes. Salary range of $60-$120k, depending on qualifications. View the Full Job Description and Qualifications here.
  • Outpatient (OP) Therapist

    JOB SUMMARY: TMC is growing and we are looking to hire a full-time (30-40 hours per week) therapist for our OP practice. As a therapist at TMC you will:
    • Provide individual therapy to patients admitted to our outpatient center. Treatment includes: Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dyadic Treatment Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness Bases Stress Reduction, and family/couples therapy.
    • Facilitate group therapy and/or support groups as needed.
    • Conduct new patient evaluations and provide ongoing individual, couples, and dyadic therapies.
    • Supervise junior clinicians and postdocs on clinical cases or groups as needed.
    Salary range of $60-$120k, depending on qualifications. View the Full Job Description and Qualifications here.
  • Nursery Assistant

    JOB SUMMARY: The Nursery Assistant cares for infants in the nursery whose mothers are receiving services at the day treatment program. She/he will assist in overseeing and scheduling nursery volunteers, and will perform other job-related duties as required or directed. Responsibilities:
    • Demonstrate competency, individually and part of the multidisciplinary team, in supervising infants in the nursery of the day treatment program;
    • Demonstrate competency in providing custodial care to infants in the day treatment program including bottle feeding and diaper changing of infants;
    • Track and maintain supplies for the nursery, including toys, infant care and educational materials;
    • Assist in the oversight and scheduling of nursery volunteers;
    • Performs other job-related duties as required or requested;
    • Maintain confidentiality of all patient information.
    View the Full Job Description and Qualifications here.
  • Perinatal Nursery Intern

    JOB SUMMARY: The Perinatal Nursery Intern must be an individual currently in school or in a training program, with preferred experience providing infant care. They must already have or obtain a CPR license including child and infant CPR. Strong interpersonal skills are required. Must be proficient in the English language with bilingual communication skills helpful, but not a requirement. Responsibilities:
    • Demonstrate competency, individually and part of the multidisciplinary team, in supervising infants in the nursery of the day treatment program;
    • Demonstrate competency in providing care to infants in the day treatment program including bottle feeding, putting down for naps and diaper changing of infants;
    • Track and maintain supplies for the nursery, including toys, infant care and educational materials;
    • Performs other job-related duties as required or requested;
    • Maintain confidentiality of all patient information;
    • Able to communicate with mothers in program in an empathetic and professional manner;
    • Must be timely and responsible.
    This internship will run for approximately three to five months with a commitment of at least one full day between 9:45 AM to 2:40 PM. This internship is unpaid. View the Full Job Description and Qualifications here.
  • Psychiatrist or Nurse Practitioner (Part-Time and/or Full-Time)

    JOB SUMMARY: The Psychiatrist or Nurse Practitioner will provide virtual and in-person outpatient and/or Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) sessions consisting of initial evaluations, consultations, psychotherapy, and medication management for women with psychiatric disorders that are trying to conceive, struggling with fertility issues, experiencing grief and loss, pregnant or postpartum. The Psychiatrist or Nurse Practitioner demonstrates excellence in psychiatry with some experience in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs). They will serve as a professional role model, consultant, and resource in the development of psychiatric practice, collaboration and consultation among members of the clinical, nursery, and administrative teams. They will exercise strong clinical leadership skills and demonstrate effective clinical teaching skills used to promote both care and practice standards and will be adept at working with adult individuals and their families. View the Full Job Description and Qualifications here.
  • Part-Time Senior Outpatient (OP) Psychiatrist

    JOB SUMMARY
    • Demonstrate excellence in psychiatry with expertise in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs).
    • Serve as a professional role model, consultant, and resource in the development of psychiatric practice, collaboration, and consultation among members of the clinical, nursery, and administrative teams.
    • Exercise strong clinical leadership skills and demonstrate effective clinical teaching skills used to promote both care and practice standards and will be adept at working with adult individuals and their families.
    • Provide outpatient care consisting of initial evaluations, consultations, psychotherapy, and medication management for women with psychiatric disorders that are trying to conceive, struggling with fertility issues, experiencing grief and loss, in pregnancy or postpartum.
    • Supervise and staff junior clinicians and trainees on clinical cases, as needed.
    View the Full Job Description and Qualifications here.