Join Our Team

We have a wonderful and passionate team working toward our mission of supporting trauma survivors in ending the intergenerational cycle of violence. It takes a whole community working together to make a difference; we invite you to join our efforts! Currently, we have the following opportunities available:

  • Full-Time Employment 

  • Internships

  • Externships

  • Board of Directors

Trauma Psychologist

Job Description:

The Trauma Psychologist will work 30 hours per week (full time) alongside our treatment team to provide culturally responsive trauma recovery therapy to individuals across the lifespan, with a heavy focus on children and adolescents. This psychologist will also provide clinical services within our Helping Professionals Program. The psychologist will participate in our robust training program for doctoral level students, providing oversight and supervision to trainees.


Job Duties:

  • Provide culturally responsive individual, family, and group therapy children, adolescents, adults and families

  • Provide individual, group, and team support to helping professionals

  • Conduct trauma-informed psychological assessments

  • Provide case presentations and/or trainings at community partner meetings

  • Supervise pre-doctoral practicum students and interns

  • Attend daily group supervision and weekly individual supervision

  • Engage in continued learning (weekly didactic, attend trainings, etc.)

  • Administrative tasks (clinical documentation, clinical case management, time card tracking)

  • Multidisciplinary Collaboration (MDTs, Ralston House Therapist meetings, restorative justice victim representation)

  • Learning of and adherence to Reaching HOPE’s treatment model for complex trauma in family systems; teamwork and collaboration on all clinical cases; ability to track and verbally respond with therapeutic intervention to fast-paced, dynamic family therapy sessions; ability to hold information pertinent to the individual and the family system and work towards collaborative goals in all sessions;

  • Ability to work 30-hour weeks with heavy trauma and implement a self-care plan to protect against compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma

  • Demonstrate ability to meet or exceed APA’s Competency Benchmarks in Professional Psychology for Entering Practice


Eligibility Requirements: The following requirements must be met by the start date:

  • Completion and conferral of a doctoral degree (i.e., PhD or PsyD) in Clinical or Counseling Psychology or an equivalent area. Transcripts required.

  • Registration with the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agency as a Psychologist Candidate or a Licensed Psychologist

  • Completion and passing of a background check


Preferred Job Experience:

  • Knowledge and skills for multicultural assessment and intervention

  • Experience thriving in teamwork settings

  • Experience with trauma work

  • Experience with child, adolescent, adult and family therapy

Financial compensation and Benefits:

  • Annual salary of $55,000 - $60,000 for full time licensed psychologist (30 hours per week)

Full-time clinical positions enjoy the following benefits:

  • A three-day work week (three 10-hour days)

  • Health Insurance

  • Dental & Vision Insurance

  • 5% Paid Time Off (PTO) earned for hours worked within the first year of employment

  • Unlimited PTO after the first year of employment

  • A work environment committed to employee satisfaction, self-care, diversity, and team support


For those interested, Reaching HOPE qualifies as an eligible workplace for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (see for more info)


Start Date:

As soon as possible is preferred.


How to Apply:

Submit cover letter, CV, and 2 references 


Reaching HOPE offers a 1+year supervised doctoral practicum to students training to become psychologists and are interested in receiving trauma-specific training. Practicum students learn with close and supportive supervision from Reaching HOPE Staff psychologists, and work side-by-side with trauma specialists by co-leading family therapy sessions. Practicum students also conduct individual therapy with children, teens, and adults who are impacted by trauma.

Board of Directors

Our board of directors is an elected group that serves as the governing body of Reaching Hope. While the board typically isn’t involved in day-to-day operations, it plays an active role in maintaining the well-being of the organization as a whole, its effectiveness, and its financial health. Our board is made up of community members, professionals, parents, young people, individuals living with mental illness, and trauma survivors. 


Interested in joining the board? We are looking for professionals with experience in:

  • Fundraising/Development

  • IT Services

  • Website Design

  • Spanish Language 

  • Past experience on mental health-related, non-profit board


Reaching HOPE is a minor/major rotation site within the APA-accredited Pre-doctoral Internship at University of Colorado School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine.  Interns select a minor/major rotation site to acquire additional training in an area of interest for 6 months to one year. The Reaching HOPE rotation offers experience conducting therapy with children, teens, parents, and families who have survived complex trauma. We use a phase-based model for treating complex trauma in family systems. Interns will join a dynamic team of psychologists who tackle intergenerational trauma with a unique approach—the whole family system (ages 2-75+) is seen by the whole treatment team (everyone with their own individual therapist). 


It is our mission to help individuals heal from trauma by providing a holistic approach to mental health services that address individual, relational and systemic healing, ultimately fortifying the health of communities for
generations to come.

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