Join Our Team at Somatic Therapy Partners: Embrace the Power of Somatic Psychotherapy

Somatic Therapy Partners (STP) is a thriving group somatic psychotherapy practice nestled in the vibrant Glendale neighborhood of Denver, CO.   

We take immense pride in our specialization, focusing on trauma and anxiety treatment, while also encouraging each clinician to pursue their unique niches of interest. Our core approach revolves around healing the nervous system, nurturing resilience, and cultivating a healthy mind-body connection for our clients. 

We firmly believe that uniting the mind and body and healing the nervous system leads to heightened capacity for connection and spiritual growth.

Embrace Diversity and Empowerment

As a woman of color owned business, we wholeheartedly cherish diversity, valuing applicants with a rich tapestry of skills, life experiences, training, and backgrounds. Our commitment to inclusion is reflected in our whole-person-honored approach, creating an empowering, playful, and joyous work environment.

Core Team Values: Regulation, Empowerment, Attunement, Dignity, and Joy (R.E.A.D.Joy)

Our vibrant community thrives on five central values that guide our actions and empower our decisions, reminding each one of us of our essential goodness. R.E.A.D.Joy serves as a compass for our journey – Regulation, Empowerment, Attunement, Dignity, and Joy.

The values that enable our team to thrive are the same values we embody when working with our clients. Click here to read more about our values! 

Experience a Soul-Fulfilling Professional Environment

  • Engage in high-quality somatic-based approaches to support clients healing from trauma and anxiety.
  • Expand your skill set through continuous professional learning and personal growth.
  • Benefit from the company of warm and supportive co-workers who share their wisdom and experiences.
  • Enjoy a beautifully furnished office space with a quiet waiting room, central location and stunning views. 


We’re Not a Good Fit if You…

  • Primarily operate as a “know-it-all” living in your head without embracing somatic approaches.
  • Don’t prioritize dignity, equity, and inclusion in working with clients and peers.
  • Already run a private practice and seek to supplement your business through our marketing efforts.
  • Haven’t embarked or aren’t committed to your personal healing journey.

Apply Now to Unleash Your Potential

If you are passionate about somatic psychotherapy, dedicated to healing, and eager to contribute to a values-driven and inclusive community, we invite you to join our dynamic team at Somatic Therapy Partners. Together, let’s create a profound impact on the lives of our clients while embracing joy and growth in our journey as healers.

To apply, click the “Apply Now” button at the bottom of the listing and follow the prompts. 

For any questions or additional follow-up, please contact our Operations Manager, Alyson Calman –

**Currently we have 3 clinician positions available: 2 FT & 1 PT.

We are accepting applications until all positions are filled.**

The ideal candidate will provide therapeutic services to adults struggling with anxiety and trauma with body-based approaches. They will deliver high quality and attuned mental health services and programming associated with healing trauma and anxiety, and/or a chosen specialty.  

We are looking for the following qualifications and skills: 

  • Require at least a master’s degree in counseling, social work, psychology, or other mental health field from an accredited university
  • Require at least an active provision license (i.e., LPCC, LSW) in the state of CO. (Preferred fully licensed – i.e., LPC, LCSW.)
  • Require at least 1-year post-graduate training or experience as a mental health provider
  • Committed to growing as a skilled provider of a somatic psychotherapy modality such as Hakomi, Somatic Experiencing, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Body Mind Centering, Dance therapy, NeuroAffective Relational Model, Core Energetics or other body-based healing modalities.
  • Dedicated to engaging in ongoing internal and external somatic psychotherapy training
  • Have a working idea of a dedicated niche or specialty such as:  nutrition, couples, depression, medical trauma, and/or working with chronic illness. (Here’s what’s important for you to know: We are open to other specialties besides what’s listed above and we want to support what lights you up professionally as well as help you identify what lights you up!) 
  • Be able to work independently on tasks assigned, such as timely completion of case notes and managing your client-facing schedule
  • Have excellent written and verbal communication skills  
  • Focus on a highly relational in approach 
  • Professional focus aligned with STP Mission, Vision and Values 


Job Type & Location

  • 2 FT and 1 PT positions available. Available schedules are: 1) FT: Monday-Thursday, 2) FT: Tuesday-Friday, 3) PT: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
  • In-person required — our office is located at 950 S. Cherry St., Denver, CO 80246.
  • Full-time clinicians are expected to schedule 24 client hours/week with the expectation of maintaining 20 client hours/week or 80 client hours/month.
  • Part-time clinicians are expected to schedule 15-23 client hours/week with the expectation of maintaining at least 12-19 client hours/week (final hours are determined at time of hire).
  • Administrative hours range from 2-5 hours/week depending on caseload, meetings, etc.
  • All clinicians are expected to schedule at least 4 evening appointments per week. Evening appointments are identified as starting at 5p or later. 


Pay & Benefits

  • Clinical rate of $40-$75/hour (depending on licensure, experience, etc.)
  • Administrative rate of $25/hour


Benefits for full-time clinicians:

  • Paid somatic training for individuals with no prior somatic training
  • Yearly education stipend of $500 (available after one (1) year of employment). Preference may be given to somatic-specific education.
  • Health insurance, including medical, dental, and vision (available after 60 days). 
  • Paid time off (available after one (1) year of employment).


Benefits for all clinicians:

  • 401(k).
  • Paid onboarding.
  • Professional Liability insurance.
  • High quality somatic mentoring and job supervision from experienced somatic providers, including occasional video review of sessions during your first 90-days and weekly meetings while you build your caseload. 
  • For provisionally licensed individuals – receive in-house clinical supervision from trained supervisors.
    • Note: we are unable to provide clinical supervision to provisionally licensed MFTs.
  • Flexible scheduling and option to have a 4-5 day work week (FT) or 3-day work week (PT) based on your needs and those of the practice. 
  • Wide range of administrative support, including client intake, billing, marketing, IT, and more!
  • Steady flow of ideal clients.
  • Play a key role in developing a cutting-edge group practice.
  • Coaching and support for other ways you want to professionally grow, thrive, and learn such as running groups, giving presentations, and creating a product, to name a few. 
  • Monthly team meeting to connect with your peers on training, case consultations, and clinical development.
  • Beautiful and calm working environment, including access to a fully furnished office space. 
  • Assistance with writing your specialty page(s), About Me page and any marketing efforts you may want to do. 


Position Duties & Responsibilities

Included below are clinical and administrative duties and responsibilities. This is not an all-inclusive list; it is just to give you an idea.

Clinical Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Offer a schedule that supports maintaining a client caseload in line with FT/PT position requirements. 
  • Provide individual therapy to adult (18+) clients.
  • Complete initial phone consults with prospective clients.
  • Communicate with a patient’s treatment team (i.e., PCP, psychiatrist, school, etc.) as necessary.
  • Run free nervous system education workshop at least once per quarter (runs every 3rd Saturday of the month) 


Administrative Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Complete all case notes and relevant paperwork in a timely manner.
  • Manage caseload and client-facing schedule.
  • Keep client files accurate and up to date. 
  • Cover intake as needed (training provided during on-boarding).  
  • Participate in professional development activities, such as trainings, job supervision, and mentoring.  
  • Attend and participate in monthly team meetings. 
  • Works with clinical and operational leaders and other clinicians on staff to coordinate services.

To apply click on the “Apply Now” button at the bottom of the page. You must submit your resume, a cover letter, and complete the application questionnaire to complete the application process.  

We look forward to receiving your full application.  Just hit the button below to get started!