Careers at Azimuth

When you're looking for a job as a psychologist, it sometimes feels like you're being asked to make one unfair trade-off after another. You could work in a hospital or group with long hours and low pay. Or, you could start a private practice, and take on lots of financial risk, stress, and hours of admin work.

When I was looking for a job, I found this frustrating. I just wanted a place where I could work alongside exceptional clinicians, but also have the time and flexibility to really get to know them — not only through clinical supervision, but also socially. I wanted to make a good living, while not worrying about billing, insurance, and finding clients of my own. And, after all my placements throughout graduate school, I was tired of short term work. I wanted somewhere I could be happy for a long time.

I couldn’t find a workplace like this anywhere. So, I decided to create one. Azimuth isn’t a group practice — it’s a community on a mission, bringing a balanced approach of deep expertise and individualized care to our clients. Our clinicians enjoy a unique culture of collaboration and collegiality.

If you’re a licensed clinical psychologist looking for the same kind of environment I was, Azimuth might be the place for you. To get in touch, send an email to Dr. Barry , our Director of Talent, including your CV. She will gladly meet with you to tell you more about Azimuth and how we’re different. If it seems like a good fit, you’ll come into the office for a series of interviews.

Some benefits of working at Azimuth:

  • Admin Support

    Don’t worry about billing, scheduling, or any other administrative busywork. We’ve got it covered for you.

  • Professional Development

    Formal and informal supervision is available for you to grow as a clinician and develop your expertise further.

  • Career Growth

    For those interested in a leadership path, we offer the potential for your responsibilities and compensation to increase over time.

  • Social Psych

    Enjoy getting to know your colleagues over lunch or after work. We’ll pick up the tab.