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  • Clinical Postdoctoral Fellowship in Eating Disorders - Columbus, Ohio

    We are accepting applications for a post-doctoral fellowship starting in Fall 2021. Ideal candidates will have an interest in strengthening their clinical skills in evidence-based eating disorder treatment for all eating disorder diagnoses, including ARFID.

    Training will focus on building competence in Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-E) and Family Based Treatment (FBT) for eating disorders. Training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for Eating Disorders and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for co-morbid PTSD is additionally offered for interested applicants.

    A postdoctoral fellowship at Eating and Behavioral Health Associates will provide the following:

    • A warm, supportive team of mental health professionals who are highly trained and dedicated to evidence-based eating disorder treatment and passionate about training the next generation of evidence-based providers
    • Training for competence in CBT-E and FBT in all eating disorder presentations, including ARFID
    • Clinical opportunities for individual, group and family based treatments
    • High quality supervision in CBT-E and FBT and comorbid disorders
    • Opportunities to provide public health education to the Central Ohio community and community medical providers
    • Weekly didactic trainings in evidence-based treatment, diversity considerations, research, and practice in eating disorders, as well as professional development
    • A serene private practice setting in Columbus, Ohio. Columbus is a rapidly growing city with many neighborhoods and metro parks, one of the largest Universities in the US, and a variety of local restaurants, shopping, and entertainment venues.

    The ideal candidate must have a PhD or PsyD in clinical or counseling psychology completed by the start of the fellowship. Experience with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in any diagnostic domain is required. Preferred applicants will have previous experience with eating disorder treatment, and a willingness and passion to learn and develop mastery in evidence-based treatments for eating disorders. A 2-year commitment is preferred in order to obtain competence in both CBT-E and FBT. The successful applicant will also need to meet training and credentialing requirements necessary to practice clinically under the supervision of a Ph.D. in Ohio.

    Please contact Sarah Altman, PhD at for questions or to submit your cover letter and CV.

  • Mental Health Therapist (Licensed Psychologist, LISW or LPCC) - Columbus, Ohio

    We are currently looking for a licensed psychologist, LISW, or LPCC to join us as early as Summer of 2021 to provide evidence-based treatment to patients struggling with eating and body image concerns. Therapist must have experience working with this population of clients.

    The therapist is responsible for providing individual, group and/or family therapy services for patients who are primarily seeking treatment for a variety of eating, weight and body image concerns. The majority of patient referrals will be eating and/or body image related, many with co-occurring disorders; however, there is flexibility to treat other primary mental health disorders if interested. The ideal candidate will have a passion for providing evidence-based treatment to a variety of struggles with eating and body image, and will be proficient in assessment and treatment of eating disorders, and will have experience with multidisciplinary consultation (therapy, psychiatry, medicine, and nutrition). Therefore, candidates with CBT, DBT, ACT and FBT will be highly considered, as well as those who are interested and experienced in working with children, teens, and young adults. We also specialize in the treatment of PTSD and Chronic Health conditions, therefore candidates with experience in these populations will be highly considered, as well as those with a Women’s Behavioral Health background.

    While this position can start as early as Summer 2021, applicants will be considered until the right fit is found. The position is full time (20+ clients per week), though part-time (15-20 clients per week) may be considered if the fit is right. Currently, the position is part in-person and part telehealth, work-from-home or the office. Insurance paneling, billing, marketing/referrals, and EHR are provided, as well as a beautifully furnished office. Must be independently licensed in Ohio, or eligible to be licensed, and malpractice insurance is required. Residency in Ohio will be required for start date.

    Reimbursement is highly competitive for private practice therapists.

    Benefits include:

    • Health Insurance
    • Flexible Scheduling
    • Continuing Education Reimbursement
    • Annual Bonus Pay
    • Retirement Contributions are being looked into for the 2021 year

    What you will be doing:

    • Providing evidence-based psychological assessment and treatment to patients with eating disorders and other related disorders
    • Regular communication with multidisciplinary professionals
    • Communication with administrative team regarding patients
    • Supervisory roles potentially available if license permits
    • Educational outreach to community


    • PhD, PsyD, LISW, or LPCC in psychology, social work, or counseling and licensed in Ohio
    • At least 2 years of consecutive mental health practice in an outpatient, residential or inpatient setting
    • Established experience with treating eating disorder populations, with primary experience at a program or practice specializing in eating disorder treatment

    Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to