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Somatic Therapy Partners is a group somatic psychotherapy practice based in the Cherry Creek neighborhood of Denver, CO.   

We specialize in treating trauma and anxiety, along with specialty niches personal to each clinician who joins the team.  

At STP, we focus on healing the nervous system, nurturing resilience, and increasing a client’s healthy connection with their body. We believe that the mind and body are one and that when mind and body are integrated and regulated, capacity for connection and spiritual growth expands. 

As a woman of color owned business, we highly value applicants with a diverse set of skills, life experiences, training and backgrounds. 

We’re always on the lookout for dedicated mental health clinicians and other healing providers who are interested in joining our team! We take great pride in providing excellent somatic-based psychotherapy and this starts with employing standout team members.  

Our culture of somatic leadership, empowerment, and playfulness make us stand apart from other group practices. We’re a values-driven, whole-person honored, inclusive, and joy-led company.

Our Core Team Values

We are in flow as a community of folks who thrive with 5 Central Values that guide our decisions, empower our actions and remind ALL OF US of OUR ESSENTIAL GOODNESS.  We use the acronym of R.E.A.D.Joy as an easy way to remember what we here at Somatic Therapy Partners stand for: regulation, empowerment, attunement, dignity and joy. To read more about our values, click here! 

The same values that allow our team to thrive are the same values we embody when working with our clients. Somatic Therapy Partners will be a wonderful professional environment if you want to: 

  • Have fun at work while delivering high quality somatic based approaches to clients healing from trauma, 
  • Learn a ton of amazing healing skills that will support your personal and professional growth, 
  • Be part of a CURIOUS team of somatically focused, holistically oriented, integrative practitioners who like to share their point of view, wisdom and experience, 
  • Be around co-workers who are down to earth, hilarious and laugh a lot together. (We also take great care of each other through affirmation, transparency and warmth.) 
  • Occupy a beautifully furnished office space with a gorgeous waiting room, central location and amazing views. 


You won’t be a great fit for our team if you:

  • Are a know-it-all who lives primarily in your head.
  • Don’t value dignity, equity and inclusion in working with clients and peers
  • Currently have your own private practice and are looking to supplement your business through our marketing efforts.
  • Haven’t done or aren’t working on your personal healing journey.

Check out our current openings below!

Current Openings

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 only the “Mental Health Clinician” opening has the “Apply Now” button – all other positions, please send a copy of your resume and a letter of interest directly to

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

We are looking for the following qualifications and skills: 

  • Are at least Master’s level educated in counseling, social work, psychology, or other mental health field and provisionally licensed (i.e., LPCC, LSW) in the state of CO. (Preferred fully licensed – i.e., LPC, LCSW.)
  • 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. (Require at least 1 year training/experience post-graduate school)
  • 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 
  • 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

Denver, CO 80209; in-person required.

Full-time and part-time positions available. Please note, we require each clinician offer an additional 4 clinical hours available per week above the minimum number of client hours in order to provide flexibility for client scheduling. 

  • Full-time: sustain a minimum of 20 client hours/ week.   
  • Part-time: sustain a minimum of 12-19 client hours/week. 
    • Administrative hours range from 2-5 hours/week 
  • Able to work at least two weekday evenings no later than 7:30 pm. 


Pay & Benefits

  • Clinical rate of $40-$65/hour (depending on experience)
  • Administrative rate of $25/hour

Full time employees, benefits are listed below:

  • 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 completion of 90-day onboarding). 
  • Paid time off (available after one (1) year of employment).
  • Consistent high quality somatic mentoring and job supervision from experienced somatic providers. 
  • For provisionally licensed individuals – receive in-house clinical supervision from trained supervisors.
  • Flexible scheduling and no weekend work required. Option to have a 4-day work week. 
  • Play a key role in developing a cutting-edge group practice.
  • Wide range of administrative support, including but not limited to: client intake & scheduling, marketing, referrals, IT, and more!
  • 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.
  • 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 inclusive list, items can be added and removed as necessary.

Clinical Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Work and maintain a client caseload in line with FT/PT position requirements.
  • Provide individual therapy.
  • Complete initial phone consults with prospective clients.
  • Communicate with a patient’s treatment team (i.e., PCP, psychiatrist, school, etc.) as necessary.


Administrative Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Complete all case notes and relevant paperwork in a timely manner.
    • Manage client payments and invoices for services provided.
    • 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!

Do you ROCK on social media? Are you an excellent writer? Are you able to, tweet, share and post quality content? Then WE are looking for YOU. We are a growing mental health practice looking to give the right person some real world experience growing an online community by using a variety of online platforms to deliver engaging, high quality content.

Please Note: This position is an internship opportunity for junior or senior-level college students, or for recent college grads looking to gain some real-world marketing experience. Our Social Media Inter will work roughly 15 – 20 hours/week.


  • Develop content and update calendars on a weekly/monthly basis that allow for 3 – 5 Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, blog posts, etc. per week.
  • Monitor STP’s social media channels (Twitter, Facebook Linkedin, Instagram, YouTube, etc.) for re-tweets, shares and comments.
  • Monitor and engage in relevant online discussions surrounding mental health.
  • Research keywords and optimize content for search engines and lead generation.
  • Use Adobe Photoshop, Canva and/or Illustrator to create simple graphics and infographics for content posting
  • Other Marketing projects as assigned.


  • College grad, or junior/senior level student completing bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communications, or related field.
  • Excellent communication skills and a gift for producing a high volume of quality content.
  • Ability to work independently or with minimal direction.
  • Strong understanding of digital marketing and social media channels (Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Instagram, Google+, Pinterest, Youtube, blogs, etc.).
  • Basic understanding of Google Adwords/Analytics. 
  • Experience using the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop and Illustrator).

Bonus Skills:

Experience using social media analytics tools such as Facebook Insights/Business Manager/Ads Manager, Twitter Analytics. 

Experience with social media or marketing automation tools such as Smarterqueue. An interest in the mental health field.


Job Type: Part-time, internship with a stipend.