JOIN OUR TEAM

We are hiring and recruiting new team members as our Center continues to grow!

As one of the leading centers in Korea providing mental health services to foreigners, expats, and returning Koreans looking for US-trained therapists and counseling professionals, our Center is constantly growing—currently with two centers in Seoul and Pyeongtaek. We are thus continually seeking other like-minded individuals to join our team!

If you are interested in joining us as a Counselor, Therapist, Evaluator, Support Staff, or Volunteer Intern, please respond to the questions below and submit the web form to us. We also accept Clinical Interns for Supervised Practicum and Internship experiences. If interested, inquire for more details. We look forward to hearing from you!

Staff Therapist

Qualifications: Fluent in English, graduated from a Master’s or Doctoral program in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, or similar field. 

Preferred Qualifications: Advanced proficient or fluent in Korean, currently holds an active license to practice as a mental health professional from US, UK, Canada, or other English-speaking country, completed NCMHCE or are eligible, graduated from a CACREP certified program.

Commitment: 40 hours a week

Description of Work:

  • Conducting counseling and consultation with clients, and identifying problem areas in need of counseling.
  • Producing and completing relevant paperwork related to clients
  • Writing progress notes, service summary, and letters as needed for sessions
  • Participating in team and/or Center meetings related to client care and optimal organizational functioning and management
  • Conducting and writing assessments of clients
  • Being a liaison between community contacts, meet with collateral supports and provide consultation with external parties (e.g., teachers, parents, etc), and respond to individuals in relation to clients regarding cases
  • Support various center initiatives related to client care
Freelance Therapist

Qualifications: Fluent in English, graduated from a Master’s or Doctoral program in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, or similar field. 

Preferred Qualifications: Advanced proficient or fluent in Korean, consistent weekly hours, currently holds an active license to practice as a mental health professional from US, UK, Canada, or other English-speaking country, completed NCMHCE or are eligible, graduated from a CACREP certified program.

Commitment: Minimum 16 hours a week, flexible availability

Description of Work:

  • Conducting counseling and consultation with clients, and and identifying problem areas in need of counseling.
  • Producing and completing relevant paperwork related to clients
  • Writing progress notes, service summary, and letters as needed for sessions
  • Participating in team and/or Center meetings related to client care and optimal organizational functioning and management
  • Conducting and writing assessments of clients
  • Being a liaison between community contacts, meet with collateral supports and provide consultation with external parties (e.g., teachers, parents, etc), and respond to individuals in relation to clients regarding therapy cases
Clinical Intern

Qualifications: Fluent in English, currently enrolled in or recently graduated from  a graduate program in psychology, social work, counseling, or other related field, actively pursuing supervised clinical hours for the sake of licensure or graduation*

Preferred Qualifications: Some Korean ability, consistent weekly hours

Commitment: Commitment may vary based on amount of supervised clinical hours needed

Required Information: Please provide the following information in your application

  • Desired state of licensure (if obtaining license from the US)
  • Number of supervised clinical hours needed
  • Number of one-to-one supervision hours needed
  • Qualifications required of supervisor (degree, training, etc.)

*The Seoul Counseling Center will try our best to match you with a supervisor that fits your needs but there may be cases where no one on staff will be qualified to be your supervisor.

Front Desk Center Administrative Assistant

Qualifications: Fluent in English, experience in customer service

Preferred Qualifications: Advanced proficient or fluent in Korean, long term commitment (1+ years), experience working in health-care related fields

Commitment: 40 hours a week

Description of Work:

  • Receiving payments
  • Managing people waiting in waiting room (e.g., watching kids, questions about beverages, bathroom, parking questions, etc)
  • Scheduling appointments
  • Maintaining general cleanliness of the center
  • Greeting clients and answering general questions
  • Assisting with business operations
  • Help clients to fill out forms and documentation
  • Processing of Insurance Paperwork
  • Answering phone calls and incoming emails
  • Attending regular meetings related to center operation and company needs
  • Coordinating between clients and therapists by managing and scheduling all in-person and online sessions
  • Managing all email or phone call inquiries, or direct them to the appropriate department or the therapist
  • Contacting insurance companies to ask questions on behalf of clients, to obtain Guarantee of Payments, and for all other enquiries
  • Keep track of all necessary form submissions and client payments
Staff Volunteer

Qualifications: Fluent in English, currently enrolled in or recently graduated from a 4 year English-speaking university or graduate program

Preferred Qualifications: Advanced proficient or fluent in Korean, consistent weekly hours, long term commitment (3+ months)

Commitment: Minimum 2 days a week (12-16 hours a week)

Description of Work:

  • Staff Volunteers (most of the time) do not have face to face interaction with our clients. You may be tasked with helping front desk staff or working on projects directly related to center clients.
  • Staff Volunteers are often assigned projects or roles as assistants for center staff who work on more behind the scenes work, such as our billing team.
  • Staff Volunteers will be asked to complete tasks related to every day OFFICE needs such as setting up a printer, purchasing office supplies, etc.
    For Therapist Clinical Interns (Volunteers), we offer supervised clinical hours (from a US Licensed Psychologist), which can be used to accrue supervised clinical hours for licensure.
    Note: The Korean Heritage (F-4) Visa is easily obtainable if you have Korean Heritage, regardless of your nationality.
    May leave blank if not applying for clinical positions
    May leave blank if not applying for clinical positions
  • May leave blank if not applying for clinical positions
  • May leave blank if not applying for clinical positions
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.