Are you working long hours where client care & your own self care are not the top priority? Does your company only care about the bottom line? Do you feel unappreciated, stuck and worn out?

If you are looking for a place to call “home” and be part of a team that truly cares about their clients and staff then Exceptional Wellness Counseling is for you! EWC is owned by a therapist who believes in the importance of a work-life balance. You will have the type of caseload you have always envisioned. You will be shown appreciation by receiving acknowledgements for your hard work, specialized training to further your growth, a supportive staff who is caring and responsive and much more. Come work with us and be part of our amazing team!

We know that one size does NOT fit all for our clients and it certainly doesn’t fit all for our therapists. As such we want you to choose which job option would meet YOUR needs.

Option 1: Therapist position: This is a W2 position that you can choose to work a minimum of 12+ hours at a fee for service position. If you have 110+ completed hours you will be considered full time and eligible for benefits.
Option 2: Salaried therapist position:This is a W2 position that requires 40 hours per week

Here’s what our our staff has to say

Exceptional Wellness Counseling is committed to addressing cultural issues around implicit bias, racism, microaggressions, for communities of color and diverse backgrounds. We approach this with a culture of humility, as well as an understanding that we are responsible for our own learning. We believe that this learning is lifelong. We strive to be allies in any way we can, work to be open to feedback when we make mistakes, and committed to putting meaningful action behind these sentiments.

Exceptional Wellness Counseling is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.