Employment Opportunities

Licensed Therapist

Louisville Center for Eating Disorders (LCED) is searching for a dedicated, fully licensed, passionate therapist to provide evidence-based treatment of our BHSO Licensed and JCAHO Accredited  Eating Disorder Partial Hospitalization Program and Intensive Outpatient Program. Programming which the therapist will be leading includes meal therapy, group therapies, and individual therapy while working on a collaborative interdisciplinary team.  LCED therapists are cross-trained to treat patients with a myriad of diagnoses and ages, as well as participate in multidisciplinary treatment and consultation teams.

LCED is active in ongoing research with local universities to further advance the provision of evidence-based therapies, and extend the reach of specialists to treat these conditions effectively. The clinic has a well respected  reputation in the state for providing empirically supported psychological services that are specialized and patient-centered. Clinicians are seen regularly at outreach events and professional conferences as keynote and expert presenters. Multiple staff are members in state groups including Kentucky Psychological Association and the Kentucky Eating Disorder Council. Prior training and at least 3 years experience in the provision of evidence-based therapies such as CBT, ERP, DBT, and ACT is preferred. While specific training in the treatment of OCD or eating disorders is a plus, it is understood that many applicants and new-hires have limited previous training in those approaches. We offer training from clinical staff members who are experts in the field, as well as monthly didactic training, weekly consultation teams, and access to a comprehensive digital library of treatment manuals, workbooks, handouts, and peer-reviewed journal articles.

It is our goal to support your development as a specialist in the provision of evidence-based therapies for Eating Disorders and comorbid diagnosis. Additional training is also offered to therapists interested in learning more about exposure-based work, DBT, ACT, family-based treatment for adolescents, and evidence-based approaches for the treatment of PTSD. We are looking for an enthusiastic, creative, motivated, and collaborative therapist to join our full-time staff. We are interested in candidates who value diversity and inclusion, providing affirming care, and who are interested in exploring ways to raise awareness of implicit bias and barriers to quality mental health care. A full-time therapist would be involved in the following duties, tasks, responsibilities, and capacities:

  • Provide intake assessments to inform treatment plans
  • Utilize evidence-based treatment approaches in individual and group formats (couples and family formats are also available)
  • Follow Joint Commission and State BHSO License and accreditation policies
  • Attend interdisciplinary treatment teams and engage in regular consultation and training to build and develop competency in treatment approaches
  • Participation in trainings and willingness to grow in knowledge of evidence-based treatments across a range of diverse populations (e.g., children, older adults)
  • Ability to be flexible with a caseload that includes children, adolescents, and adults
  • Willingness to work with a diverse population of individuals
  • Proper storage of private and sensitive patient information 

Other requirements and preferences are as follows:

  • Applicants must have 1 year working experience post graduation of masters or doctorate degree in the field of psychology or social work (e.g. LPA, MFT-A, LMFT, CSW, LCSW, Ph.D., Psy.D.).
  • Available 7:30-3:30 PM M-F

As a thriving and growing Eating Disorder facility, salary will be commensurate with prior experience with potential for substantial increases and bonuses. There are also opportunities for growth, supervision of practicum students, and future leadership roles.

Send resume’s to stacey.annis@bewellproviders.com.

Intake Coordinator

Be Well Kentucky & Louisville Center for Eating Disorders is looking for an Intake Coordinator for our growing facility. Be Well Kentucky provides outpatient care and specializes in eating disorders, OCD, trauma, PTSD, anxiety & depression. Services are provided online and in person in Louisville & Lexington. Louisville Center for Eating Disorders is the only multidisciplinary facility in Kentucky providing specialty care for eating disorders through our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP). 

The Intake Coordinator is the main point of contact for all new patients. Using Salesforce, the Intake Coordinator will track all new enquiries, answer calls and provide prospective patients and referral sources with information about our services. Scheduling first appointments and making sure paperwork is completed for Joint Commission compliance.

Communication skills are key for this role, providing excellent customer service to patients and providers. Collaborating with the Clinical Director and Director of Operations to connect the patient with the correct provider.

Key Skills Required:

  • Attention to detail 
  • Comfortable on the phone
  • Exceptional Customer Service skills
  • Goal orientated
  • Organized
  • Caring & Compassionate
  • Ability to comply with HIPAA and Joint Commission requirements and maintain patient privacy

Experience Required:

  • Customer service and/or sales experience
  • Previous experience using Salesforce is a plus
  • Previous intake work experience a plus although full training is provided

PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO : stacey.annis@bewellkentucky.com

Compensation: Job is based in our Louisville location. Hourly pay, $18-$24 per hour based on experience, benefits available include PTO, Health insurance, 401K. Background check required

Direct Care

The Louisville Center for Eating Disorders (LCED) is searching for direct care staff in our growing specialty clinic. We are the only multidisciplinary clinic in Kentucky providing specialty care for eating disorders. The direct care staff will work in LCED’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP). 

The primary job of the direct care staff will be managing and supervising patients between treatment sessions, redirecting patients for engaging in eating disorder behaviors, guiding appropriate conversations, eating meals with patients,  following regulatory guidelines for food preparation, and providing basic cleaning / sanitizing of LCED space. 

Administrative tasks will also be required, for example paperwork surrounding intake process, food purchasing, chart maintenance and schedule changes.

We are looking for enthusiastic, assertive, friendly, and motivated care staff to cover the following hours: 7.45am- 2.30pm Monday-Friday – with the possibility of additional tasks to extend hours to a full time position if preferred.

This role would be great for anyone looking to expand their knowledge and experience in clinical and administrative psychology. 

Full training is provided.

Required skills:

  • Calm, friendly manner who can redirect another person
  • Proactive problem solver
  • Comfortable making phone calls
  • Strong attention to detail, understand the importance of following procedures
  • Ability to converse with a range of age groups (patient population 13 years-adult)
  • Willingness to participate in training and grow in knowledge of evidence-based treatments across a range of diverse populations
  • Ability to be flexible
  • Ability to comply with HIPAA and Joint Commission requirements and maintain patient privacy

PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO : stacey.annis@bewellkentucky.com


Job Type: Hourly pay, $16-$18 per hour based on experience (Health insurance available for full time employees- 30 + hours a week). Background check required

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