Join us to make a meaningful difference
At Wildflower we believe all people deserve to thrive and that growth and change are always possible. We also believe in providing effective, culturally informed mental health services that enable individuals, families, and communities to flourish. We want to build a world that celebrates the uniqueness of each individual and where human worth is a given. We believe people are wildflowers: hardy, beautiful, and community-minded.
Wildflower has provided me with so much support and opportunity! I appreciate the multiple consultations with colleagues and trainings offered on evidence-based practices. Wildflower’s leadership is encouraging and always available. I feel appreciated as a therapist through the competitive benefits package, generous compensation and bonuses, and the supportive team environment. I am so grateful to be a part of Wildflower!
We are a mindful community of mental health professionals who are guided and nourished by shared values and goals. We aim to bring healing and health to those whose lives we touch. This includes our own.
Our work culture is anchored in the following values and practices: We are passionate and life-long learners. As a team, we are generous in supporting each other’s learning process through the sharing of knowledge, consultation, trainings, workshops and others. This means there are many opportunities to wear other hats beyond that of a psychotherapist. Examples include offering trainings and workshops, participating in consultations, writing for our webzine, and engaging with us in various community initiatives.
We are enthusiastic about the particular ways in which you want to grow and contribute to our mission. We love hearing from our staff about their interests and ideas, and then coming together to translate them into programming. Being a smaller organization means you don’t have to contend with bureaucratic red tape.
Ethics are not some stale, theoretical notion at our practice. We hold ourselves to the highest ethical standards in navigating the many complexities of clinical practice.
As mental health professionals, we believe we have a mandate to pursue social justice. Psychotherapy practice cannot be content with the sole focus on healing the individual as people are embedded in social, economic, cultural, and political environments that affect their mental health. We take an anti-oppressive, intersectional feminist approach to psychotherapy which recognizes and seeks to transform harmful sociocultural contexts while centering on client empowerment, resiliency, and agency.
We are all about clinical excellence. We will support you to do your very best work. Our clients deserve nothing less.
Being kind is a core value at Wildflower. Combined with intentional boundaries, kindness is what makes our practice a joyful place to work. It enables you to feel that your colleagues and leadership team have your back. Generosity of spirit– openness and willingness to share with others––is another foundational value at Wildflower.
As mental health professionals, we believe in the need to walk the walk of self-care. We need to practice what we preach. We are intentional about burnout prevention and urge you to view your self-care practice as an ethical imperative. There simply is no way to be an excellent clinician without attuning to one's self.
If this sounds like a community you would want to be part of, we invite you to apply!
I feel so fortunate to be a part of the Wildflower team. We have a culture of collaboration and curiosity that I value beyond measure as a clinician. The dedication and care to cultivate a safe space both with our staff and our broader community is evident. One thing that is truly unique about our practice is the commitment to deepen our knowledge through training opportunities, consultation groups, reading lists and sharing resources. Coming from working in multidisciplinary teams in group-based settings, I feared I might feel isolated or unmoored in outpatient therapy. My experience at Wildflower couldn’t be further from that. Our philosophy is to break down silos that keep so many health professionals separated in order to treat the person as a whole; well that work really does start from within our own team and I am so grateful to have the support it provides.