We care about your safety! For new and existing clients, we're currently providing teletherapy. Visit our COVID page for more.
The SAT project is committed to being an actively anti-racist organization. Visit our Anti-Racism page for more.
Michael Crocker serves as Vice President on the board of the New York State Society for Clinical Social Work. He is also the chair of the Committee on Gender and Sexuality, and a member of the Anti-Racism Committee. He's an active member of the Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health and the American Association for Psychoanalytic Clinical Social Workers as well.
We are currently recruiting for psychotherapists with 1 – 4 years of clinical experience. While we’d like you to have at least one degree/license from the list below, of equal importance is that you are an empathetic and open person with a strong desire to engage and learn.
Applicable degree/license: LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, LMFT, or LP.
We want our staff to reflect the diversity of our city and serve the needs of as many communities as possible. BIPOC and LGBTQ+ clinicians are strongly encouraged to apply.
As a member of our team, you’ll help clients with issues in the areas of attachment, trauma, and sexuality. You’ll have opportunities for research and continuing education as well as mentoring through group and individual supervision.
You are an ideal candidate if you have field placement and work experience in the areas of attachment, trauma, and sexuality. And if your treatment approach is psychodynamic with an interest in attachment theory, affect regulation theory, and sexuality and trauma-informed treatment.
The SAT Project is structured to help our staff develop their areas of practice. Previous team members have had the opportunity to teach on a graduate level. Some have moved on after a few years and started their own private practice. On occasion, we have provided team members with the necessary client and supervision hours to achieve their certification as clinical social workers.
During the pandemic we’re offering teletherapy. Once all this is behind us, our offices are located in the heart of Columbus Circle and you’ll have access to the gym in the building.
WHAT WE DO
We help people overcome a range of sexual issues including, sexual compulsivity, hypersexual behavior, intimacy anxiety, LGBTQ+ issues, gender and orientation confusion, and childhood sexual abuse. In addition to psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and groups, we provide support for the partners of those who struggle with out-of-control behaviors.
The SAT Project is a continuing education provider. We are also active in having research and academic articles published. Some team members are organizational psychologists and provide workplace interventions and programs as well.
WHAT MATTERS TO US
We believe in treating the patient, not the problem. Our world is in a crisis of connection, perhaps even more so as a result of the pandemic. We’re committed to helping our clients change their dissociative patterns and relieve the cycle of shame that so often accompanies out-of-control behaviors. Trauma disconnects us from the deepest parts of ourselves. At The SAT Project, we seek to help people who are suffering find their way home.
We operate from a flattened hierarchy, encouraging team member collaboration and the unique value each person offers. We foster an environment of mutual respect and support for one another. We value diversity and inclusion. And we do not discriminate based on race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, gender identity or expression, or marital status.
We'll be meeting candidates over the next 2 - 3 months. The process will include Zoom interviews with Michael Crocker as well as some of the other team members. If you're ready to get started you'll be prompted to fill out an online application form.