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Join a medical practice where the art and heart of midwifery is supported and cherished. Lifecycle proudly offers competitive salaries, medical insurance, generous vacation, and other benefits. We are located in Bryn Mawr, a beautiful suburb of Philadelphia with an easy commute to major universities and cultural attractions. For information on our open positions, please view the listings below. Full job descriptions are best viewed on a non-mobile device. To apply, send your resume, cover letter, and any other applicable documents to Please include the position title in the subject line. No phone calls, please.

Mental Health Practitioner – Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Lifecycle WomanCare (LWC) has an opening for a full-time Mental Health Practitioner. LWC, also known as The Birth Center, is an independent nonprofit health care organization, in existence for 40 years. Its midwives, nurse-practitioners, nurses, and skilled staff provide outpatient reproductive healthcare and birth and related services, in a nurturing, home-like, family-oriented setting. Candidates should be invested in client autonomy and safe alternatives to typical medical care.

We are looking for a dynamic and experienced Licensed Clinical Social Worker to provide mental health services to our clients who are pregnant or coming for GYN care. These services are new to us and are part of our strategic plan to offer holistic care to clients. You would have input into the design of these activities, including:

  • Providing assessment and short-term mental health services for individual clients and partners according to Lifecycle WomanCare Clinical Practice Guidelines
  • Providing group therapy to clients for purposes of prevention or treatment of mental health issues
  • Establishing community referral patterns
  • Participating in Quality Assurance activities of Lifecycle WomanCare
  • Maintaining currency in practice by participating in LWC staff development as directed and ensuring continuing required licensure and certifications

This job is flexible. It is a salaried position with a mixture of individual client services, group activities and working collaboratively with our clinical team of nurse-midwives, nurse-practitioners and educators.

LWC is a small and friendly organization that is mission-centric. This position reports to the Director of Clinical Services. You would be joining a small and friendly team of clinicians and would help to initiate new mental health services in our organization.

COVID-19 Considerations:

All staff are required to show proof of COVID vaccination/boosters. Masks are required in the building at all times. We have high-quality HEPA air filters throughout the building and rapid testing kits for staff to use at home.

Essential Qualifications

Educational, Licensing and Certification Requirements

  • Current license as a Clinical Social Worker in the state of Pennsylvania
  • CPR certification

Minimum Experience, Abilities Required and Special Requirements 

  • Experience with pregnant/postpartum individuals with behavioral health diagnoses
  • Familiarity with community resources and clinical settings for referrals as needed
  • Experience providing direct mental health treatment and facilitating group care
  • Independent self-starter, innovative and a strategic thinker
  • Experience as effective member of a multi-disciplinary team of health care providers

Benefits Include 

A salary commensurate with out non-profit status

Medical insurance

Paid vacation and sick time

Tax deferred 403 (b) plan

Continuing education allowance

To Apply

If you would like more information about joining our practice, please email your resume and cover letter to Please include “LCSW Opportunity” in the subject line of your email.

Certified Nurse Midwife

Join a practice where the art and heart of midwifery is supported and cherished.

Lifecycle WomanCare (LWC) has an opening for a part-time CNM. The Birth Center (TBC) at LWC has been in operation for over 40 years and was one of the first freestanding birth centers in Pennsylvania. We are fiscally sound and have attended well over 14,000 births. We attend births at our freestanding birth center and nearby transferring hospital, where our midwives have privileges. Our c-section rate averages 10% overall and 4-5% for people beginning labor at the Birth Center. We do an average of 60 births and 250 gyn visits per month, with a clinical staff of 9 midwives, 5 nurse practitioners and 9 RNs. Office visits are 30-60 minutes. The Birth Center is accredited by the Commission for the Accreditation of Birth Centers (CABC).

As a CNM at TBC you will have a great deal of professional autonomy and the opportunity to provide full scope midwifery care in a true midwifery model. From administrative to clinical staff we have a close, nurturing, caring practice.

New graduates will be considered but must complete a 6-12 month fellowship (benefits, lower salary and lighter schedule) prior to being considered for employment. A job offer will be made during the Fellowship if it is a good fit. Fellowship funding is budget dependent and not certain.

Benefits Include:

  • A salary commensurate with our non-profit status
  • Medical insurance
  • 4 weeks’ vacation (coverage provided)
  • Tax deferred 403 (b) plan
  • Continuing education allowance
  • Bi-weekly staff meetings with continuing education, including CPR and neonatal resuscitation certification

If you would like more information about joining our practice, please email your resume and cover letter to Please include “CNM Opportunity” in the subject line of your email.