Work at UCEBT

Mental Health Professionals

Working at UCEBT is different. We believe that therapists work best in a context that is supportive, collaborative, intellectually engaging, and that fosters autonomous decision-making. We actively promote self-care, manageable caseloads, and personal growth outside of work so that our clinicians are more energized and engaged in the therapy room. As a company, we are growth-oriented and interested in hiring clinicians who would promote growth by either joining an existing team or gradually building their own program. In either case, we support clinicians in building a caseload that fits their unique interests and expertise because we believe that therapy is more effective when clinicians have a choice in who they see and how they work. Our employees benefit from engaging didactics and collaborative team meetings, similar to large institutions, without the corresponding administrative burden. This gives our therapists the support and time to provide personalized and targeted treatments for our clients. Our unique model of employee growth and development contributes to a positive working environment, where every clinician brings unique expertise and insight to the benefit of both clients and providers.

Given the large number of requests to work at UCEBT, we take a thoughtful and sometimes lengthy approach to hiring. We see our hiring as an extension of the informed consent process. There are two common pathways to employment at UCEBT: the postdoctoral pathway and the independent contractor pathway. The postdoctoral pathway is designed to train providers who are completing the final stages of supervised clinical experience prior to licensure. The independent contractor pathway is designed for licensed providers who are interested in taking their career in a new direction at UCEBT. Both pathways allow new providers the opportunity to learn more about UCEBT before transitioning into a full time career at our center.

Interested employees should contact Karina Kopeneva at 801-419-0139. She will gather initial information and schedule initial meetings if your interests are a fit for our needs. We only meet with a maximum of one potential employee/month and we are often booked out several months. Therefore, please contact Karina as early in your job search as possible.

Licensed Clinical Staff

We are currently seeking a licensed clinical therapist. pdfGo here for more information about our application process. 

Postdoctoral Fellows

We admit 1-2 postdoctoral fellows each year. Go here for more information about our 2019 application process. PLEASE NOTE: Applications are due by 12/21/18. Contact  with questions.

Graduate Students

Our graduate training program is designed to enrich your doctoral training through supported and supervised training with experts in the field. If you are interested in completing a clinical placement at our center, please have your training director contact Sheila Crowell, director of research and training, at 801-419-0139.

Administrative Staff

We are currently seeking an administrative assistant/receptionist. pdfGo here for more information about our application process.