Join Our Team

Review our listings for career opportunities with Oshun Family Center below as we continue to expand our efforts to impact our community.

Preliminary & Licensed Therapist2023-11-15T17:52:00+00:00


The Maternal Wellness Village (MWV) functions under the auspices of Oshun Family Center which is based in Philadelphia, PA.  Applicants should be based in the Greater Philadelphia Area as contributions will be a combination of in-person and virtual.

Reports To

The BIPOC Licensed Therapist will directly report to the Clinical Director at Oshun Family Center.

Position description:

Part-time, fee-for-service position with Oshun Family Center. This is a hybrid position (virtual and in-person expectations).

The ideal candidate is willing to learn and develop their clinical skills. We will work together to develop your clinical interests and niche. Ideal candidates will be those who are committed to providing excellent clinical services and are aligned with Oshun’s mission. We are looking for dedicated BIPOC clinicians who would like to join an every-expanding organization and have the opportunity to contribute to its growth and development. You will be able to obtain hours and supervision towards licensure.

The position pays for the clinical contact hours with clients. Flexible working hours from home. Compensation will increase upon performance.

Licensed Therapist Responsibilities (to include, but not limited to)

  • Provide psychotherapy services to a caseload minimum of 10 clients, for 50 minutes, including individuals, couples, and families.

  • Maintain case notes, logs and all required documentation

  • Participates in weekly individual and/or group clinical supervision, administrative meetings, and other relevant meetings

  • Manage own caseload including documentation, and diagnosing

  • Assists in creation and implementation of workshops, trainings and seminars, as opportunities arise

  • Willingness to create and implement an ongoing group

  • Maintain up-to-date progress notes, correspondence regarding client, treatment plans, and discharge summaries within expected timeframes.

Eligibility Requirements and Clearances

  • MHC or LMSW from an accredited program

  • Experience working with community-based organizations

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Passion and enthusiasm about Black Maternal Health

  • Organized, self-motivated, ability to work independently and well within a team

  • Access to reliable transportation, internet service and technology

  • Completion of full COVID-19 Vaccination schedule

  • Child abuse clearance, background check and FBI Finger-printing

  • Experience working in a hospital or clinical environment (preferred)


  • Training on trauma informed practices in the birth community (i.e. breastfeeding, birth support and interpersonal connection)

  • Professional Development opportunities

  • Shadowing/mentorship opportunities (with desired members of the MWV)

  • Exploration of additional perinatal health career opportunities

  • Community care for processing traumatic birth experiences

  • Weekly individual/ Bi-Weekly group supervision


Salary $65 per session & Contact: Clinical Director Jordan Garvin (

Application Process

Applications will be accepted until positions are filled

Eligible candidates will be contacted for a virtual interview.

Start date would be as soon possible

*Note that the application email requires a professional resume, two references (name/phone/email), and cover letter. In your cover letter be sure to highlight your birth work interests, most relevant experience, and reason for applying. No phone calls please, email only Stacy Hast, Director of Operations. (

Clinical Therapy Interns2023-11-15T17:52:20+00:00
The Oshun Family Center, located in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, is passionate about providing every member of our Black community access to affordable or free mental health services and maternal health services. The mission of Oshun Family Center is to provide racially concordant mental and physical wellness to members of the Black community struggling to cope with a traumatic birth, postpartum mood disorders, and the impact of systemic racism. It is our goal to center the experiences of Black people and create a welcoming space for healing and refuge. Our practicum and internship program will provide interns with developmental experience through supervision, training in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders suicide prevention, and direct treatment of individuals, families, and couples. We ask each intern to be available to accommodate clients who may need to schedule sessions in the evening or weekend by availing yourself of at least one night and one day on the weekend per week. If you are interested please email your resume and cover letter to, highlighting your interest in working with the Black community and/or maternal health and we will respond as soon as possible.
*If we are not on the internship list at your college or university please have your internship coordinator connect with us to begin the process.
Go to Top