Employment Opportunities

January 23, 2014

Employment Opportunities

International Healing Foundation (IHF) is now accepting applications for two positions. Qualified candidates should submit a resume/curriculum vitae with a cover letter to IhfInfo@ComingOutLoved.com. Please include at least three professional references. All candidates will be considered, regardless of geographic location. Please submit any questions to IhfInfo@ComingOutLoved.com or call 301-805-6111.


Female Psychotherapist (Part-time)

The successful applicant will conduct face-to-face psychotherapy, counseling, and/or coaching with women who experience unwanted same-sex attraction (SSA) and/or are lesbian, bisexual, and/or transgender (LBT). The successful applicant will also work with families struggling with sexual orientation issues, co-facilitate group healing seminars and family healing sessions, and agree with the organization’s philosophy and core values.

Qualified applicants will have attained, at a minimum:

  • A master’s degree in professional counseling, marriage and family therapy, clinical social work, or psychology
  • Licensure in their state. Applicants who are still completing residency will also be considered
  • A knowledge and understanding of homosexuality and the therapeutic issues often experienced with SSA and LBT-identified women
  • At least one year of clinical experience working with women who are SSA and/or LBT-identified
  • Clinical experience and knowledge of family systems theory, experiential processing, psychodrama, and affect-based therapeutic modalities


Director of Donor Development (Part-time)

The successful applicant will work with the Director to expand the organization’s existing donor base and increase the organization’s fundraising capacity. The successful applicant will possess innovative and creative ways to improve donor relations, and agree with the organization’s philosophy and core values.

Qualified applicants will have attained, at a minimum:

  • A bachelor’s degree in business (or related field) or equivalent experience
  • Five years experience in donor relations, donor development, and/or fundraising
  • Experience and knowledge in federal, state, and local grant writing
  • A working knowledge and/or understanding of the social policy and cultural landscape surrounding homosexuality and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender community
  • Experience working in public policy and/or non-profit settings
  • Experience and understanding of the faith-based community
  • Excellent writing and oral communications skills
  • A track record and history of success in previous donor development positions