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Licensed Psychologists & Mental Health Professionals

Join the Native Clinics Team

Where Your Mental Health Matters as Much as Your Clients'

Welcome to Native Clinics – where holistic healthcare is prioritized for our therapists as well as our clients. We’re not just another mental health care provider; we’re a family of dedicated professionals committed to fostering a thriving environment for both our clients and our clinicians. If you’re a licensed psychologist or mental health professional, we invite you to explore the fulfilling possibilities of joining our team. Now hiring at Latrobe, Greensburg, and Morgantown locations. 

Professional Growth Opportunities

Native Clinics provides avenues for career advancement, additional income opportunities, and supports your personal brand expansion through networking, social media, and podcast appearances.

Comprehensive Employment Benefits

We value our therapists and offer excellent pay. Additionally, as a W2 employee, you enjoy stability and comprehensive perks, while our retirement plan starts supporting your future from day one with a 4% company match.

Supportive Work Environment

Because we prioritize your well-being, we provide the flexibility for a balanced work-life blend. As a full-time therapist, you will have a personalized office, thoughtfully designed for comfort and healing. Our office spaces are designed to enhance the therapeutic experience, fostering mental health and wellness for both therapists and clients.

A Holistic & Integrative Mental Health Care Approach

Native Clinics approaches healthcare holistically, using Complementary and Alternative medicine (CAM) to integrate natural remedies and non-pharmacological therapies with conventional medicine to address physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

Are you ready to make a difference?

Applicant Requirements

Applicants should possess a doctoral or master’s degree in the fields of social work, counseling or clinical psychology, or marriage and family studies and be fully licensed. Provisionally licensed will be considered based on experience. Now hiring at Latrobe, Greensburg, and Morgantown locations. 

"Native offers a work life balance and flexibility that I have never had as a therapist while working for larger agencies and hospitals. I am able to come and go freely while maintaining my own schedule. The work environment is fantastic and supportive. I enjoy coming to work in a stress free environment and being able to more wholly focus on the well being of my clients."
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Melissa Hollobaugh

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"Working at Native has given me the flexibility to pursue passion in my career while authentically tending to other areas of my life. I appreciate having control and autonomy over my financial income and client flow. I can come into the office knowing it's safe, supportive, comfortable and my own space. I work with talented, qualified practitioners who support one another as part of a team. I have been able to challenge and grow my clinical skills in a way I have always dreamed. It's a place where we laugh freely and feel open to be all of who we are, together."
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Kayla Siefert
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The People & Philosophy

About Native

Native Integrative Mental Health Care was founded in 2021 in Latrobe, Pennsylvania by Nicole O’Barto Trainer. At Native, we believe that mental health is innate and that mental health care should be integrative. Our mission is to provide integrative mental health care to the communities where we live. We believe that each of us has the inborn potential to heal, grow, and thrive. We believe that we are part of a movement that reduces the stigma associated with mental illness and therapy and supports individuals in developing the skills to maintain emotional wellbeing.