Doc Wayne is committed to creating impact through diversity, inclusion, and social justice. We are committed to providing a rich experience which promotes individual and team growth.

Doc Wayne is an award-winning non-profit that has pioneered the leading approach of sport-based therapy and catalyzed a mental health movement. We provide training, tools, and services that address emotional, behavioral, traumatic, racial, gender, and cultural-based barriers by providing equitable access to better mental health for all. Our clinician-led curricula puts sport into practice, strengthening social-emotional skills in young learners to build healthier, more resilient global communities.
Using a theoretical curriculum that incorporates social-emotional learning and life skills, we offer traditional outpatient therapy reimagined through the lens of sport. At Doc Wayne, staff are coaches. Our staff lead weekly sessions with 8-12 students, ages 5-18, designed to support them as they process and persevere through adversity. Over time, as individuals and in teams, they learn to heal together, grow together, and win together.

Interested in joining Team Doc Wayne?

Check out our current job openings:

Lead Facilitator, Champions Network

The Lead Facilitator for The Champions Network will support the external training arm of Doc Wayne. This position will report to the Director of The Champions Network and will work closely with other facilitators to conduct virtual trainings. The Lead Facilitator will be a seasoned mental health professional with practical experience in youth development. The ideal candidate will have a solid grasp on a variety of mental health treatment modalities and the ability to present this information to large groups in a way that is understandable to both providers and non-providers. Previous experience and comfort speaking about topics related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging, along with experience in international settings, is highly coveted. This job is right for you if you have strong relationship building skills and high levels of self-awareness and emotional intelligence. As a recently developed program, the person entering this role will have the opportunity to contribute to the overall success and growth of the Champions Network. Ideally, this role is for an individual located in the Greater Boston area. A majority of work meetings and responsibilities can be done remotely, with some in-person responsibilities outlined below. The salary range for this position is $50,000-$60,000.

Clinical Operations Manager

Doc Wayne Youth Services is seeking to hire a Clinical Operations Manager to strengthen and operationalize clinical operations across multiple programs (outpatient, community-based, and substance use). The Clinical Operations Manager will ensure that clinical documentation is high-quality and meets compliance standards and performance specifications. The manager will be responsible for insurance panel credentialing, audits (clinical documentation, state agencies, accrediting boards, etc.), and implementing effective systems. The clinical operations manager will also supervise a team of interns and/or staff members. This position is for a supportive and thoughtful individual who is organized and highly attentive to details with superb interpersonal skills. The salary range for this position is $60,000-75,000 per year.

Youth Coach

Doc Wayne Youth Services is seeking youth coaches to provide services in a thriving agency.
Youth coaches work with youth in school- and community-based settings to build positive, role
model relationships in order to help them build skills and confidence as they work towards their
therapeutic goals. More specifically, youth coaches will run social emotional programming during
recess hours at partner sites. Evening availability and reliable transportation are required.
Appropriate supervision is provided. Compensation for this role is $18- $22 per hour.

Undergraduate Clinical Intern Description

Clinical interns are responsible for the following, after a period of training and shadowing:
  • Provide support to clinicians for sports-based group therapy and psycho-educational
    groups (primarily DBT sport-based groups)
  • Support therapeutic recess programming in schools
  • Shadow psychosocial assessments and intakes
  • Participate in clinical supervision and curriculum training sessions
  • Maintain clinical records and complete progress notes for persons served
  • Participate in staff meetings as academic schedule allows
  • Completion of semester or yearly projects assigned by their site supervisor
*Specific responsibilities and hours are set in accordance with the intern’s academic program.