Explore Talkspace online therapy jobs

Bring your expertise, and we’ll take care of the rest.

Why new therapists are joining every day

Reliable income

Choose your caseload, earn monthly income, and become eligible for additional bonuses.

Mentorship program

Connect with our seasoned team of therapists, who will help you translate face-to-face skills to Talkspace.

No overhead

We submit insurance claims, check patient eligibility, and handle other costs associated with private practice.

Flexible hours

Engage with clients whenever and wherever works best for you.

Supportive clinical community

Join thousands of other talented clinicians to exchange resources and support.

Same-week start

Match with clients and grow your caseload within days of applying.
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How to get started

Submit your application

After we receive your application, we’ll reach out via email.

Complete onboarding and training

Receive "on the job" training with a mentor about how to use Talkspace.

Start getting clients

Set your caseload and hours, and check in on clients daily, 5 days/week.
To participate in the Talkspace clinical network,
all therapists are required to possess the following:
To participate in the Talkspace clinical network, all therapists are required to possess the following:
  • A LCSW, LMFT, LPCC, or PhD in Clinical Psychology
  • Individual professional malpractice liability insurance policy
  • Submission of a fully completed, signed CAQH application
  • Individual NPI number
  • Reliable internet connection
Note: Talkspace therapists only work with clients in the state(s) where they are licensed and allowed to practice independently
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Amy Cirbus
PHD, LMHC, LPC, Talkspace therapist
Rachel O'Neill
PHD, LPCC-S, Talkspace therapist
Karmen Smith
PHD, LMHC, LPC, Talkspace therapist
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Frequently asked questions

How do I apply to become a Talkspace therapist?

To become a full time Talkspace therapist (Network Clinician), submit your application here

Once your application is accepted, you’ll complete a week-long training program that covers telehealth service delivery, documentation, risk management, managed care and psychiatry services.

To become a contractor, submit your application here. Once your application is accepted, you’ll begin an “on-the-job” training with a peer mentor for your first 4 weeks on the Talkspace platform.

How is therapy delivered on Talkspace?

Talkspace offers you the ability to connect with clients via asynchronous text, audio, and video messaging. This means that your clients’ messages do not require an immediate response; you always have the flexibility to process and thoughtfully engage on your own schedule. Depending on the client’s plan, we also offer Live Video sessions.

Who are Talkspace clients? How do I get clients?

Talkspace clients include employees seeking counseling through their organization’s benefits, individuals covered under by our insurance partners (Optum, Humana or Premera), and those who sign up directly through the platform. Talkspace matches you with clients based on state of residency, as well as your areas of expertise. We’ll always handle patient eligibility.

What is the time commitment of being a Talkspace therapist?

Network Clinicians are expected to work full 40 hour weeks over the course of five days and need to carry a minimum caseload of 80 clients. Hours are flexible. 

As a contractor you choose how many clients you would like on your caseload, and can always update your availability as needed. We recommend you have the flexibility in your schedule to check in on each of your clients 2-3 times a day, 5 days/week.

For additional information visit our FAQs page.

Is it possible to be a Talkspace therapist alongside other work?

Talkspace can be your primary source of income or supplement existing work. As a Talkspace therapist, you’ll also be eligible for bonuses based on continued engagement with clients.

What are the benefits of becoming a Network Clinician?

Network Clinicians are full-time employees of Talkspace and receive benefits including health insurance, PTO and 401k eligibility. 

They also operate under a more traditional supervisory work structure, are part of an integral part of the Talkspace team, and belong to a clinician community within the company.