Careers at NCFWC

Explore our open positions and job opportunities at Nashville Child & Family Wellness Center.

Join Our Team!

Joining the Nashville Child and Family Wellness Center (NCFWC) Team means becoming part of a community of professionals who value excellence, compassion, and growth. We see our group’s function as providing something collectively that we wouldn’t be able to provide separately—to deliver services that include the highest quality, collaborative, evidenced-based mental health care for children, adolescents, young adults and families in our community while also fostering an environment of education for providers new and seasoned. We have a unique collaborative approach among multidisciplinary professionals who are easily accessible under one roof and function as a team. This unique approach allows us to make real contributions to our community. It allows us to provide excellent care to those in need, to pay our providers well, to support their continued growth, and to sustain the overall growth of NCFWC. Our Team enjoys working and being with one another!

Employment Opportunitues


Nashville and Franklin Offices

We are in search of a licensed, or license-eligible, therapist to deliver Comprehensive DBT to adolescents and parents. Experience with DBT is required but additional training will be provided as our team is dedicated to continuing education. For details and how to apply, click on the Position Posting button below.


Nashville and Franklin Offices

We are in search of a full or part-time clinical psychologist or therapist, licensed or pre-licensed, whose passion lies in working with young children (ages 2-12).  Training and supervision will be provided for newer clinicians. For details and how to apply, click on the Position Posting button below.

Training Opportunities


Nashville and Franklin Offices

The clinicians at NCFWC value training and supervising future professionals. We have opportunities for clinical psychology, counseling, and social work students to complete practicum and field placements at NCFWC. Practicum students can focus their training on individual and group therapy, testing (for clinical psychology students), or a combination of both. Given level of experience and training, students may conduct initial intakes and create treatment plans, provide individual therapy services, administer standardized tests, co-lead group therapy, develop administrative skills, and participate in team meetings. Supervision with a licensed clinician will be guaranteed. Students also have the opportunity to attend our training program’s bi-monthly didactic trainings, and they may obtain additional training and supervision as needed. Placements typically begin in the fall and last one academic or calendar year.


We accept qualified applicants for post-doctoral fellowships on a year-round basis. Most start in July or August and are often offered positions upon completion of their post-doctoral fellowship. During their year of training, fellows are provided educational opportunities and supervision in any of our specialization areas (i.e., DBT, PCIT, Eating Disorders, ERP and/or Testing Services). Due to the collaborative nature of the multidisciplinary team, experiences may be adapted to training needs and clinical interest. Supervision with a licensed psychologist will be guaranteed. Post-Doc’s also participate in our training program’s bi-monthly didactic trainings.


Nashville and Franklin Offices

Those newer, pre-licensed therapists hired as full time employees are also offered the opportunity to attend the bi-monthly didactic trainings with students. Licensure supervision is provided in addition to supervision in the employee’s desired area of therapy specialization (i.e., DBT, PCIT, Eating Disorders, and/or ERP).

The Benefits of Working at Nashville Child & Family Wellness Center

How to Apply


  • Resume or curriculum vitae
  • Cover letter briefly describing your background, career goals, and current clinical interests
  • Three professional references