Join My Team

I have expanded my practice to include an integrative clinic (Studio B) where I work alongside other psychotherapy providers, personal trainers, nurse practitioners, registered dietitians, school psychologists, and nutrition coaches.

Learn more about working at Studio B here

As a group we know were are stronger as a team than as individuals and work collaboratively to help our clients engage fully in life.

At Studio B we are always looking for amazing professionals to join our collaborative. Our group practice includes a variety of licensed, certified, and experienced professionals.

We are actively seeking independent and driven providers focused on building a private practice that sustains the lifestyle they want. At Studio B we have employees and contractors working side by side. 

If you are interested in becoming a member of our collaborative, please submit a resume and 3 references to bu@studiob.life 

We will review your resume and check references. Once we have heard from references we will contact you to determine our next steps. You are welcome to reach out for a tour and to interview us to see if we are a good fit for your practice and professional goals. 

Our contractors own their independent business and may work in more than one location. Our employees are  employed by Studio B to work in various departments and complete duties as assigned by their job descriptions. 

All professionals at Studio B work together referring clients to a variety of services to engage the client in a much broader paradigm of healing. We also collaborate on our shared clients to make sure we are wrapping services around the client as appropriate. We help each other help our Studio B member-clients.

Balance your professional life with your home life.​

For Studio B professionals it’s about balancing work and life to create a high level of career satisfaction while still engaging fully in all aspects of living life.

Studio B is a place for diverse health practitioners focused on developing health and wellness treatments.  Within a variety of expertise areas, professionals are able to work with clients in a private comfortable space, develop personal businesses and brands, and find support from a team of other like-minded providers.  

Studio B is a comprehensive clinic with multiple opportunities for providers to grow their business, reach a larger audience, collaborate with other like minded providers, and focus on honing their professional craft with purpose and meaning.  

Behavioral Health and Fitness/Wellness Professionals share Studio B through an online scheduling program. And while practitioners and therapists are individual, the concept is very team-like, because the Studio B atmosphere is more club than clinic.  

Professionals are not in competition with each other, but rather the synergy of bringing varying expertise into one space, provides a more comprehensive approach for the member-client and enhances the business of each individual practitioner.  Studio B is a co-working cost-sharing flex space set up for you to do what you to best.

Meet with your clients and serve our community.  Studio B handles the administrative, marketing, and business operations of our practices so we can focus on delivering great health care.  

We are looking for motivated individuals interested in building private practices, a personal brand, becoming an employee, or looking to keep up with their clinical skills while working in another capacity.  

Bring your current clients or choose to work in a number of locations. Studio B is set up for you to balance your work and your life so you can follow your passions.  

Contact Us to Learn More about the Flex-Space, Co-Working and Cost-Sharing options at Studio B and open a new world to your clients.

If you are interested in becoming a member of our collaborative, please submit a resume and 3 references to bu@studiob.life 

We will review your resume and check references. Once we have heard from references we will contact you to determine our next steps. You are welcome to reach out for a tour and to interview us to see if we are a good fit for your practice and professional goals. 

Behavioral Health Provider

Our behavioral health professionals are passionate, kind, and caring. We are in charge of performing psychotherapy to diagnose and provide treatment for mental and behavioral issues. Duties include conducting cognitive, behavioral, and somatic therapeutic modalities with clients, writing referrals to other health professionals, performing mental health assessments to identify problems, and developing treatment plans to help clients outline their path to success. 

As a Studio B behavioral health provider you will be responsible for talking with clients in psychotherapy sessions, conducting assessments, diagnosing any issues, and developing strategies and treatments to overcome them.

To be successful as a psychotherapist, you should be an expert listener who is easy to talk to, and trustworthy. Top candidates will be people with a great passion for this field, those able to collaborate with other fields, and those keeping up to date with all the latest research developments.

Studio B Behavioral Health Provider Requirements:

  • Masters or degree in counseling or social work or a doctoral degree in psychology related field.
  • Relevant state license and board certification.
  • Experience working as a psychotherapist.
  • Strong listening, observation, and communication skills.
  • Highly analytical mindset.
  • Empathy and sensitivity when working with patients.
  • Expert diagnostic skills
  • Diagnose and treat emotional, mental and behavioral disorders
  • Assess patients and provide recommendations for treatments
  • Use literature, research and translate complex concepts and use them to treat patients
  • Provide patients with referrals to other therapists, clinics or facilities as needed
  • Conduct case management tasks as needed
  • Conduct administrative tasks and document all encounters concurrently in electronic medical records.
  • Use psychotherapy to improve the quality of life for individuals, groups, and families.
  • Developing treatment plans and strategies to help patients.
  • Supporting patients who have experienced traumatic life events.
  • Providing ongoing care and evaluation to patients with long-term difficulties.
  • Helping patients to set realistic goals and monitoring their progress.
  • Keeping up to date with, and potentially participating in, new research in psychology.
  • Consult and collaborate with other physicians and health care providers
  • Ability to engage with patients and work collaboratively with staff
  • Assure quality and safe service for patients and staff by following policies, procedures, standards, rules, and legal regulations
  • Participate in discussions with staff on topics relating to diagnoses, psychosocial and physiological problems, psychotropic medications, crisis intervention, and other issues.
  • Be motivated and self directed 
  • Have an interest in supporting other professionals, working collaboratively, and building a psychotherapy practice

Psychiatric Provider

A Psychiatrist, or Psychiatric Doctor, is a mental health professional responsible for diagnosing and treating psychiatric disorders, usually through medication. Their duties include studying mood, personality and behavioral disorders, discussing symptoms with patients to determine a diagnosis and prescribing medication to correct chemical imbalances in the patient’s brain.

Psychiatric nurses diagnose patient conditions and their causes. They interview patients about symptoms and complaints, and determine whether a psychiatric disorder has a physiological or emotional basis. 

They screen patients for physical illness and analyze explanations for psychiatric illness, such as developmental issues, family dysfunction, genetics, neurological trauma or social or cultural problems. Assessment of risk factors for mental illness and broader wellness evaluations are part of the job as well.

Psychiatric providers track patient progress and report their results to doctors, including physicians, psychotherapists, and psychologists. They work with other medical professionals to evaluate or change treatment plans. Plus, they educate patients’ families about mental illness, treatment and prevention. 

Some advanced practitioners participate in professional activities, working with policymakers and trade groups to set care and ethical standards, and shape the scope of psychiatric nursing. Also, nurses may conduct research, evaluate outcomes or provide peer review for scholarly publications.

If you are interested in becoming a member of our collaborative, please submit a resume and 3 references to bu@studiob.life 

We will review your resume and check references. Once we have heard from references we will contact you to determine our next steps. You are welcome to reach out for a tour and to interview us to see if we are a good fit for your practice and professional goals. 

Studio B Psychiatric Provider Requirements:

  • Doctoral or appropriate professional degree
  • Relevant state license and board certification
  • Consult and collaborate with other physicians
  • Ability to engage with patients and work collaboratively with staff
  • DEA registration
  • Providing ongoing care and evaluation to patients with long-term difficulties.
  • Provide patients with referrals to other therapists, clinics or facilities as needed
  • Helping patients to set realistic goals and monitoring their progress
  • Keeping up to date with, and potentially participating in, new research in psychology
  • Developing treatment plans and strategies to help patients.
  • Conduct administrative tasks and document all encounters concurrently in electronic medical records
  • Relevant state license and board certification
  • Strong listening, observation, and communication skills
  • Highly analytical mindset
  • Ability to engage with patients and work collaboratively with staff
  • Assure quality and safe service for patients and staff by following policies, procedures, standards, rules, and legal regulations
  • Participate in discussions with staff on topics relating to diagnoses, psychosocial and physiological problems, psychotropic medications, crisis intervention, and other issues.
  • Be motivated and self directed 
  • Have an interest in supporting other professionals, working collaboratively, and building a psychotherapy practice

Team Member Comments from our recent provider survey. 

Happy Providers = Happy Clients

Team Member Answers to The Survey Question: Is there anything we did well (over the 1st year)? 

At Studio B our goal is to make a comfortable, inviting, and easy space for providers to service people. So often we (providers) are asked to work in environments that are not supportive of us while we are expected to support others. We are very proud our providers are feeling the love and comfort go being supported to do the work they love.

1. The physical communication between myself and staff is good when I am there. (providers have telehealth/online options and can chose when they want to work in the office space)

2. You create a very welcoming and inclusive feeling environment. You make it clear that you really value your practitioners and the work we do.

3. I love the concept of the business and the team! The business and team are welcoming ! I also think that the advertising and marketing had been a huge success! I have told many people about my new employment through Studio B and nearly everyone I tell has heard of us! With this being a fairly new business, I find that impressive! (at Studio B we help you advertise your services and handle all the marketing for the studio which includes our practitioners)

4. So much. It has felt very easy to work here, and I feel proud to be a part of the team.

5. I have been referring people to work with us at Studio B.