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JOIN US

Begin a Rewarding Career With National Deaf Therapy

We are growing! Join Our Team


Now Hiring YOU 

We are redefining and reshaping what it means to be a mental health service provider serving people who are deaf. Our therapy services are virtual, making therapy in ASL more accessible than ever before.

Our therapists are fluent in ASL, licensed to serve in states throughout the United States, and are passionate about providing a compassionate care experience. 
 

We love our work, and we're looking for others who share the same passion. If this sounds like you, consider joining the National Deaf Therapy team today.

Type of License

LMHC 

LCSW 

LPC 

LMSW 

LCPC 

LICSW 

Our Specialities

CBT 

C-PTSD 

Gottman 

EMDR 

Ecopsychology 

EMDR 

... and yours 

Internships Available 

The Perks of Working With NDT

Flexible Schedule & Hours

Monthly Peer Group Supervision

Monthly Anti-Racism and Anti-Bias Training

We Handle Paperwork & Insurance

You Take Care of Your Clients & Sessions From Anywhere

Commitment to Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity

National Deaf Therapy values all unique qualities, characteristics, and perspectives of each person. We are bringing diverse people together to commit the administration team and therapists to be the best version of themselves so that they can support clients in doing the same. 

Join our Commitments

  • Continue to improve our hiring, interviewing, training, and supporting our therapists and staff by using equity-mindset.
     

  • Continue to commit in hiring culturally responsive therapists and providing space, training, and opportunities for therapists and staff to become culturally and linguistically responsive.
     

  • Becoming conscious of our socio-political movement in providing support for  clients, communities, schools with healing opportunities.
     

  • Becoming innovative in supporting marginalized communities, especially those in low-income, inaccessible to healthcare, and those who might not have access to adequate mental health services (i.e., prisoners, undocumented immigrants, multigenerational trauma, individuals with language deprivation), to provide opportunities to heal.