I’m Dr. Blythe TwoSisters. I’m a fully licensed psychologist. I went to school forever. I studied for the EPPP forevermore. Finally passed that sucker in 2019. Now that I’m beyond that roadblock, I want to help you complete your post-doctoral hours for your LP. Why? Honestly, we’re pretty booked up and there are more people to help. It was always my vision to help the next round of helpers. I want to offer support and supervision for the next generation of doctors AND selfishly, we need the help.
Admittedly, my style is different. I have a purple fauxhawk, a service dog, and a ton of tattoos. I’m an edgy queer feminist therapist. I work mostly in reproduction or with cis-women and non-binary folk. We have a gloriously new office space in the East End of Houston, however, all sessions are currently online. We do have plans to return to in person later this year however, I am 100% open to having someone joining the practice for telehealth only. Being virtual-only means you will need to be in contact with me more regularly via email/text/pms, versus having passing hallway check-ins. Dr. Natalie Caron is our current post-doc and she has done a great job with this, letting me know it is totally possible. I do believe it is a little harder to onboard with everything being virtual, but with grace and compassion, we can do it. It requires more reading and watching training videos, but so far so good.
My vision? Get you started now virtually and if you want to work in person, great let’s get that coordinated. I take a ton of insurances. We also take almost every Texas Medicaid. This is my commitment to reducing mortality and morbidity rates for the birthing person. Insurance sucks. It’s hard, complicated, and exhausting. BUT it is how I will affect the community the most. We can help a lot of people, but we are getting packed! I have a waitlist and Dr. Natalie and Tierra are close to needing one, too. You will be as busy as you want to be. This is a contract position, so you will get to pick a schedule that works for you. Someone who works evenings and/or Saturdays would be a dream for the practice, but that is not a requirement.
What you need:
- A doctorate in psychology (working towards psychologist)
- Good internet (at my house, everyone knows – don’t use it while I work)
- A working computer (with a webcam) with enough space to add necessary software to do the job
- A good headset
- A private workspace (even if it’s a corner in your bedroom and the door is locked – DND)
- A curated background (if it’s the bathroom, don’t let it look like a bathroom – k?)
What I’m offering:
- Supervision for your needed licensing hours (we will meet Wednesday mornings to chat as a group and individual supervision is scheduled as needed).
- Work (you will see people for counseling, help with testing and evals, eventually do group)
- Access to me! Look, I don’t know it all, but I know a lot about reproductive mental health and I’m here for the queerdos. I can help you be more well-rounded and show up for people outside of what you were taught in grad school (more comprehensive). I’m fluent in woo, LGBTQIA+, poly, kink, and earth-based religions.
- Money – hey I know it’s tough finding work and getting paid during your postdoctoral fellowship. I remember!
- Funky company culture. I’m the mental health director of Preggers Can Be Choosers. We are interesting people who show up for the underrepresented. Preggers shares an office with Tabula Rasa Psychology. We have access to our very own queer midwife!
- This is a contract position. Pay will be based on experience and is based on a split from actual payments received by the carrier. The split ranges from 50-60%. If you need full-time, great let’s grow into that. If you have a few part-time gigs, let’s see if we can add this to your plate. I remember being tired and worried about money. I want to remove a lot of that stress from you while also seeing you hustle for work and having the bandwidth to do good work.
- Right now we have a system where you do not have to do much until that patient shows up on your schedule. Our new patient coordinator and I get people from interested to booked. She and I handle insurance billing and payments. This allows for you to focus on becoming the clinician you have dreamed of being, time to participate in needed training to further your education as a fellow, and study for the EPPP if needed.
- To read the full job description click here -> Job Description