Marriage and Family Therapist Position

Keystone Counseling LLC provides online marriage counseling and couples therapy. We are seeking to add a Licensed or Associate Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist to our team. Both recent grads and experienced therapists are encouraged to apply.

The successful therapist will be passionate about working with couples and have a desire to improve as a professional. The candidate must be grounded in systemic theory and have a solid foundation of couples therapy knowledge, such as Gottman and/or EFT.

We are founded on three core values – Empowerment, Authenticity, and Professionalism – and we are excited to work with people who exhibit these same values. To succeed at Keystone, the therapist should have a desire to learn, work well independently, be comfortable delivering therapy through video meetings, and have an internal drive to seek new approaches in therapy.

Basic Job Functions

The Marriage & Family Therapist will be responsible for the following:

  • Meet with assigned clients for online therapy sessions
  • Develop treatment plan for each client
  • Update client case notes daily
  • Meet with Supervising Therapist weekly
  • Participate in monthly group supervision
  • Engage in ongoing professional development

Detailed Overview

The Therapist is responsible for providing therapy to assigned clients, the great majority of whom will be couples. The Therapist will be responsible for keeping client notes updated on a daily basis and will develop treatment plans for each client.

The Therapist will meet with the Supervising Therapist once per week and participate in group supervision monthly.

The Therapist will need to make at least 10 one-hour time slots available per week for client scheduling. You can expect 1-3 new clients per week on average.

You will need to have a private, well-lit space available for conducting online therapy sessions.

For LMFTA candidates, the supervising therapist at Keystone Counseling is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor and will provide the supervision hours needed for licensing.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Master’s Degree from an accredited school for Marriage & Family Therapy (systemic theories).
  • Current LMFT or LMFTA designation, or in the process of sitting for the licensing test.


To apply please email cover letter and resume to Devan Armstrong at