PT NJ Licensed Child/Adolescent Therapist (Remote)

Join Our Team as a Contract Therapist at Fort Health

At Fort Health, clinicians are the heartbeat of our company. We're dedicated to providing you with an enriching job experience, empowering you to deliver exceptional care to our patients. If you're passionate about making a meaningful impact and want to be part of a dynamic healthcare startup committed to expanding access to high-quality mental health care for children and families, we want to hear from you!

About Fort Health

Fort Health is a mental health company on a mission to “open more paths to better care for more families”. We're all about making a real difference in the lives of children and adolescents. With a whopping 50% of kids in the US missing out on mental health care, we are determined to change that statistic. And with a market size of over $50 billion, we are not just dreaming big - we're making it happen!

Our Vision

Picture this: a world where every child has access to the support they need to thrive mentally and emotionally. With the help of our amazing partners, like the Child Mind Institute, we're creating a one-of-a-kind support system that combines digital tools with virtual clinicians. Because at Fort Health, we believe “we're stronger together”.

What We Offer

  • Competitive Compensation: Total comp potential of $40k - $100k + with incentive payment
  • Professional Development: Benefit from weekly paid supervision during the initial 4-6 weeks, ongoing consultations with our clinical leadership, and access to weekly group supervision, case consultations, team meetings, and various professional development opportunities.
  • Cutting-Edge Resources: Access consultation and resources from our non-profit partner to integrate cutting-edge treatment protocols, ensuring the highest standard of care for our clients.
  • Flexible Scheduling/Caseload: Design your own availability within our set hours to suit your lifestyle.Our peak demand occurs from 3:30 pm to 8:00 pm est on weekdays and throughout the weekends. 
  • Collaborative Environment: Work closely with our clinical team to develop personalized treatment plans and actively involve parents/caregivers to drive treatment goals forward.
  • Remote Work: Enjoy a 100% remote work environment with meaningful touchpoints with the team. Work from anywhere in the US!
  • Supportive Culture: Join a supportive peer network with access to clinical support and consultation from experienced leaders.

What You’ll Be Doing

  • Deliver high-quality, evidence-based 1:1 therapy tailored to the unique needs of children, teenagers, and their families.
  • Collaborate closely with the clinical team to develop personalized treatment plans for each client and their family.
  • Actively involve parents and caregivers in treatment sessions to foster collaboration and drive the treatment plan forward. 
  • Access consultation and resources from our non-profit partner to integrate cutting-edge treatment protocols and methods into your practice, ensuring the highest standard of care for our clients.
  • Complete and sign patient notes within 24 hours.

What We're Looking For

  1. Licensed Clinicians: Licensed Psychologist (PhD, PsyD), LCSW, LMFT, LPC, or LMHC licensed to practice in New Jersey (multiple state licenses preferred).
  2. Clinical Experience: 3+ years of clinical experience working directly with children, teenagers, and families, with expertise in evidence-based treatments such as CBT, ACT, and DBT.
  3. Telehealth Experience: Experience in delivering telehealth services.
  4. Strong Communication Skills: Exceptional verbal and written communication skills, enabling seamless collaboration within a multi-disciplinary team and effective engagement with stakeholders.
  5. Technical Requirements: Access to a reliable, high-speed internet connection (50 Mbps download, 10 Mbps upload).
  6. Credentialing: Active NPI and established CAQH credentialing, with existing credentialing with major insurers.

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Why Join Us

  • Meaningful Work: Focus on delivering clinical care while we handle client acquisition and medical billing.
  • Supportive Environment: No required on-call responsibilities, full malpractice coverage, and a focus on your professional growth.
  • Contribute to Innovation: Be part of a startup, contributing to the creation of a new treatment model.
  • Administrative Support: We take on the burden of filling caseloads, scheduling, billing, and other administrative tasks.
  • Appeal to their values: This opportunity allows you to work with an insured population w/o the overhead administrative  work that's typically involved 

Join Our Team Today!

Fort Health is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer, actively seeking diversity of perspectives and voices. We welcome applications from individuals of all backgrounds and identities. If you're ready to make a difference, apply now!

 

Therapist (Part Time, Benefits Eligible)

Total Comp Package:

  • 30 hours per week w/ benefit eligible (medical, dental, PTO)
  • Minimum 15 clinical hours delivered/week
    • Our peak demand occurs from 3:30 pm to 8:30 est on Weekday hours and Daytime on the weekends.  
    • We guarantee the fulfillment of 15 green blocks between 3:30 PM and 8:30 PM EST.
    • Design your own availability within our set hours to suit your lifestyle within parameters 
    • Design your own caseload beyond 15 hour minimum?
  • Incentive payment per any additional hours delivered beyond minimum
    •  ~$75/hour
  • Base Salary of $40,000 with opportunity to earn additional $10k - $65k per year
  • Total comp potential of $40k - $100k + with incentive payment

Example comp chart per clinical hours delivered

Clinical hours per week

Annual Compensation

15 clinical hours

$40,000.00

18 clinical hours

$50,350.00

20 clinical hours

$57,250.00

22 clinical hours

$64,150.00 

25 clinical hours

$74,500.00

28 clinical hours

$84,850.00

30 clinical hours

$91,750.00

32 clinical hours

$98,650.00

Breakdown of a 30-Hour Work Week:

  • 15 hours: Direct Clinical Care
  • 2 - 4 hours: Meetings/supervision
  • 10 hours: Administrative tasks/documentation,and optional additional Clinical Hours w/ Incentive Pay

 

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