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MUST have a love of the arts, and want to use that passion in helping others with their mental health.


Want to become part of an innovative and empowering creative arts therapy team?

The Center for Creative Arts Therapy (CCAT) is looking for someone who is BOTH certified as a creative arts therapist (RDT, MT, ATR, DMT) and clinically licensed mental health professional (LCPC, LCSW, LMFT, PsyD) to join our thriving practice. We are seeking an innovative, dynamic, versatile, self-motivated, results-oriented professional who is able to assist with managing a strong clinical team under the supervision/oversight of the Owner for a growing practice of arts-based psychotherapy services both in-house and within the local community, including workplace wellness programs and training.

If this is YOU, then keep reading?

Our ideal candidate has experience working with children, teens, and families in the treatment of a wide range of issues, such as anxiety disorders, mood disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, AD/HD, parental stress and separation concerns, and Emotional & Behavioral regulation differences. Knowledge or ambition to learn about workplace wellness programming a plus.

The Clinical Supervisor position is involved with clinical operational oversight and supervision to assigned clinical service staff that include fully licensed therapists, therapist-interns and community-interns. The position insures adherence to the mission, vision and values of the organization as well as the Center for Creative Arts Therapy clinical service policies and procedures. This position assists with managing and ensuring service quality and clinical documentation compliance while working closely with the Owner and Administrative team members to achieve the organization’s clinical and fiscal division goals and service outcomes.

Creative Arts Therapists must possess a strong desire to expand clinically, collaborate, support, co-facilitate and champion new ideas within a creative community atmosphere. Great position for those looking to work with therapists and creative arts therapists alike in a team setting. We are seeking therapists and creative arts FULL TIME therapists (will consider LPC/LSW working towards licensure). Our community practice provides services for clients of all ages from preschool age to older adults.

What We Offer:

  • Flexible scheduling

  • Paid Time Off

  • Health insurance options

  • Full-time is 32 hours (25 patient hours), 4-5 days a week

  • Beautifully decorated and fully stocked offices with art materials

  • Large movement space, training room, two art studios, group rooms, and music/play area

  • Supplies and resources for our creative arts therapists to use

  • Highly competitive compensation

  • Opportunities for free continuing education units

  • Billing is completed by appointed staff and never a responsibility of the therapist

  • Opportunities to work individually with clients, within the community, workplace wellness programs, trainings, blogging, video creations, and group work; adding a balanced variety of experiences throughout your day so as to not burn out on 1:1 client work

  • Strength-based approach to employee support and growth

  • Collaborative and supportive team of creative arts therapists

  • Group and individual supervision

  • Team-building experiences such as Spa Days, Paint-n-Sip Nights, Top Golf, Weekend Getaways, Professional Development, Cooking classes, Celebrations, etc. We genuinely enjoy each others' company.

Required Qualifications:

  • Masters Degree

  • Illinois Clinical License in good standing (LCPC/LCSW/LMFT)

  • Registered or Board Certified Creative Arts Therapist (RDT/BCT, ATR/ATR-BC, BC-DMT, MT-BC)

  • Detail-oriented, timely and organized

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills AND team player

  • Detailed organization skills and time management

  • BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ affirming

  • 2+ years experience working in the counseling field

Desired Qualifications:

  • Training or experience with couples counseling, Family Systems, children with special needs, EMDR, SE, trauma-informed care, anxiety, depression, school refusal, workplace wellness, and geriatric population

  • Bi- or multi-lingual

  • Already contracted with some insurance companies

  • 4+ years experience working in the counseling field


  • Practice will provide generous W2 compensation for candidate

  • Medical through BCBS PPO plans

  • Dental insurance through UHC

  • Vision insurance through UHC

  • Steady client base

  • Staff meeting including case consultation offered

  • Flexible scheduling including in-office and remote

  • Complete billing and credentialing services, and full administrative support

  • Phone system

  • CEU stipend and group trainings

  • Web-based systems for note charting, patient scheduling, test administration and scoring

  • Loads of complimentary snacks and coffee

  • A supportive, creative and innovative group of fellow creative arts therapists and leaders, pioneering waves of change for individuals, communities and businesses.

Applicants must be available to work 4-5 of these 5 hour shifts (30-35 clinical hours per week):

  • Saturday 9am-2pm or 11am-4pm

  • Sunday 9am-2pm or 11am-4pm

  • Monday 3pm-9pm

  • Tuesday 11am-4pm or 3pm-9pm

  • Wednesday 11am-4pm or 3pm-9pm

  • Thursday 11am-4pm or 3-9pm

Please indicate in your email submittal the following:

  • Cover Letter

  • The 3-4 shifts you are available to work

  • Which populations you prefer to work with (ages, clinical areas, groups)

  • Are you currently contracted with any insurance companies? Which one(s)?

  • Where you saw this job posting?

Please submit your resume and cover letter to our General Email box at



The Center for Creative Arts Therapy is a premier counseling group practice nestled in the western suburbs that promotes work/life balance, creativity, wellness and professional success. As we continue to grow, we are looking for well-trained, talented and compassionate creative arts therapists who are dedicated to helping clients reach their full potential. We believe in healthy work/life balance not only for our clients, but for our therapists as well. Take a look at just some of the ways that the Center for Creative Arts Therapy provides a balanced and satisfying career.

Flexible Work Schedule. When a therapist needs time off, they work directly with their clients to change or reschedule sessions. Additional office space may be available for rescheduling as well. All therapists are responsible for their own caseloads, either at the part-time or full-time level with supervision. The Center for Creative Arts Therapy prides itself on being an excellent work environment for working parents, or for those with multiple sources of income. The Center for Creative Arts Therapy is open seven days a week with both morning and evening hours, and there are many scheduling combinations available.

Clinicians spend their time doing clinical work, not submitting claims and dealing with insurance. We have a separate billing and credentialing department that is responsible for insurance paneling, benefit quotes, and claims submissions. Therapists are only responsible for submitting a daily session log, making it efficient and easy for the therapists to focus on the clinical aspect of private practice.

Opportunity to work around others, while maintaining autonomy. The Center for Creative Arts Therapy is the best of both worlds for those who want the benefits of working autonomously, while also having the support of a team. Each office has their own community of therapists for support and consultation, and we formally meet monthly (in addition to informal gatherings throughout the year). We are always helping each other grow by sharing resources, information, and advice.

No need to prospect for new clients, we match clients with you. The Center for Creative Arts Therapy has a separate intake department that manages all new client inquiries by phone and email. The intake team gathers new clients’ information and matches them with a therapist based on availability, office location, and counseling needs. As more and more people are seeking therapy as a part of their wellness initiatives, The Center for Creative Arts Therapy is growing to meet these needs.

Strong support staff. In addition to our strong intake and billing departments at The Center for Creative Arts Therapy, we have administrative support staff that handle marketing, office maintenance, trainings and events, materials and resources, and much more. Our support team ensures that the office is running smoothly and efficiently. Our leadership team meets regularly to drive business and make sure our therapists only have to focus on their clinical work.

Opportunity for individual and group supervision/consultation. The Center for Creative Arts Therapy provides clinical supervision for therapists who are not fully licensed (LPC, LSW or AMFT). All therapists, even those licensed at the independent level, are encouraged to engage in consultation for ongoing support and professional growth. For convenience, we offer group consultation on a monthly basis.

Work in nice and contemporary offices designed specifically for creative arts therapists. The Center for Creative Arts Therapy has two art therapy studios, beautifully designed office spaces, a large movement and training room, and two fun waiting rooms complete with music, art and coffee bar. We are intentional in creating peaceful and inviting environments for our staff and our clients. Our support staff is continually looking for ways to improve our waiting areas and therapist rooms – making upgrades to furniture and amenities, and responding to our clients’ needs.

Strong earning potential. Compensation at The Center for Creative Arts Therapy is competitive, based on licensure, experience and tenure. Although any private practice arrangement will take time to initially build, we have a high volume of new client referrals to aid in this process. With a full caseload, our clinicians are earning strong and steady income year-round. The Center for Creative Arts Therapy also offers opportunities for compensation outside of clinical work, including contributing to the Center for Creative Arts Therapy blog and helping with marketing work and events.

If you are interested in working with us, please indicate in your email submittal the following:

  • Cover Letter

  • The 3-4 shifts you are available to work

  • Which populations you prefer to work with (ages, clinical areas, groups) Are you currently contracted with any insurance companies? Which one(s)? Where you saw this job posting?


Please submit your resume and cover letter to our General Mailbox at info@c4creativeartstherapy.comDue to the volume of applicants, we are not able to provide confirmation of received applications or advise of status.

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