Mental Health therapist in session


Working at the Lukin Center

Lukin Center for Psychotherapy is the largest practice of its kind in the area, and we intend to keep growing in order to best serve our community. We’re always interested in meeting qualified, compassionate clinicians who might be a good fit for our team. We invite you to reach out so we can connect. Before you do, take a look at some of the questions we answer most frequently.

What clinician credentials does the Lukin Center require?

To practice at Lukin Center, you must be licensed to practice in New Jersey, and ideally, New York as well. To be considered as a candidate, you must also have supporting clinical experience and/or expertise in your field.

How does a practicing, licensed clinician apply for a position?

If Lukin Center feels like a good fit for you, send your resume and cover letter to Please include why you feel you’d be an asset to our center and what unique qualities you possess.

Does the Lukin Center have openings at all office locations?

Usually, yes. Several of our therapists work from multiple Lukin Center locations. When you send your resume, please indicate if you have a location preference.

Does the Lukin Center employ both full and part-time clinicians?

Yes. We prioritize work-life balance and work with our therapists’ schedules to meet their needs.

Does Lukin Center hire clinicians in the process of getting their licensure?

Absolutely, we are actively looking for clinicians who are pursuing their hours towards licensure. Doctoral and Master’s level clinicians who are looking for postdoctoral fellowship are encouraged to apply.

Contact us with the details of your situation and we’ll be happy to continue the conversation.

Why Work at the Lukin Center for Psychotherapy?

Lukin Center for Psychotherapy is home to some of northern New Jersey’s most talented, dedicated clinicians and professionals. We take great care to ensure that every member of our team—from the office managers to the therapists—contributes to our culture of compassionate, professional care.

Work-Life Balance

At Lukin Center, we know that in order for our clinicians to be the best help and resource to our patients, they must have the flexibility to balance the demands of work, family, and life. From flexible scheduling to part-time options and multi-location options, we work with our therapists’ schedules to meet their needs.

Collaborative Spirit

You’ll find that working with the Lukin Center team is unlike any other clinical staff. We work closely together, support each other, and serve as a valuable clinical resource for you and your patients.

Growth Opportunities

In addition to required CEUs and training, Lukin Center staff are encouraged to expand their education, experience, and resumes year-round. Our therapists regularly accept and share opportunities for additional certification and coursework, publishing, speaking, and other professional growth opportunities.

Professional Autonomy

Every Lukin Center therapist is respected as a leader in their field and considered the director of their personal practice. While we provide in-house administrative services for our team, our therapists are in control of their own caseloads and schedules. We work hard to support individual clinicians as they grow their reputation, professional services, and client base.