We believe that our therapists should always have opportunities to learn and grow. Some of the programs we offer:
June Health has a full support structure that allows our therapists to focus on clinical care and not get bogged down in administrative work. Some of what we provide includes:
No (unless you want to). While bringing in clients is definitely welcome, it is not a requirement at June Health. We want you to be able to focus on doing great clinical work with current clients vs. constantly being asked to seek out new ones.
Great! We want to hear it. If it helps you to learn, grow, and be challenged, we will very likely support it!
We have invested a lot of resources into creating an environment where both therapists and clients thrive. We ask for a 2 year commitment to caring for clients at June Health. We hope our therapists want to stay with us for much longer, but should a therapist want to leave we will be very supportive in that process. We ask therapists to coordinate with us to find an appropriate way to transition clients to another June Health therapist. Should a June Health therapist seek to change their role after 2 years and become more involved in leadership (on either the clinical or business side), we will be highly supportive. We strongly believe great client results come from our therapists having a fulfilling career.
We believe the in-person, human interaction between therapist and client, and also among therapists within the practice, is very important for building connection and achieving client results. We have been very purposeful in creating office space that is conducive to building this type of connection. That said we do understand there will be times when clients are in need of therapy from a remote location, during work trips for instance, or during times of physical illness. During these times we are supportive of remote therapy through a secure interface.
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