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Position Title: Mental Health Clinician (License Required)


Location: Winston-Salem (NC)


Job Type: Part Time


 


Are you looking to develop a specialized forensic skill set? Or, provide your already established expertise to prevent further sexualized violence and promote improved quality of life to an undeserved population?


The Counseling and Psychotherapy Center, Inc. (CPC) facilitates community-based sex offender assessment and treatment services across the state. We currently have openings for both full-time and part-time therapist positions. These positions offer a degree of schedule flexibility and professional autonomy, while still working for a company that provides clinical and administrative oversight, supervision, and office space.


Join this dynamic treatment and management program on the front lines with the mission of increasing community safety and no more victimization. You will be part of an energized and passionate team that is committed to reducing sexual and violent recidivism and promoting well-being and productive futures for individuals who have historically offended. It is a challenging but greatly rewarding career opportunity.


Our experienced agency will train and certify a qualified candidate to work in this specialized field to provide risk-reducing treatment interventions with court-ordered clients.


 


Education & Licensing Requirements:



  • Master’s or Doctoral level degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or a closely related field.

  • LCSW/LICSW, LMHC, LMFT or Psychologist license.


Experience & Skills Requirements:



  • Understanding of risk management

  • CBT, DBT, and motivational interviewing experience

  • Clinical outpatient treatment experience, with focus on group facilitation

  • Demonstration of strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Experience working clinically with individuals who have engaged in acts of sexual abuse, domestic or physical violence, or substance abuse

  • Spanish speaking preferred


Job Duties & Responsibilities:



  • Conduct ongoing assessment, individualized treatment planning, and group/individual therapy for persons charged with/convicted of sex offenses.

  • Complete required assessments on clients assigned to caseload, including but not limited to actuarial and dynamic risk assessment, sexual interests, personality measures, cognitive and achievement tests.

  • Prepare and maintain timely web-based treatment files and clinical documentation.

  • Work in an independent setting with strong organizational skills and rigorous attention to detail.

  • Attend clinical trainings (CE’s provided), containment team meetings, and supervisory meetings as required.

  • Develop and maintain working interdisciplinary relationships with CPC colleagues, customers and criminal justice partners.

  • Adhere to professional and confidentiality requirements in handling client records.

  • Obtain and maintain current Treatment Provider Certification through California Sex Offender Management Board (CASOMB) – CPC will provide training for certification.


 


 


The Counseling and Psychotherapy Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Prohibits Discrimination and Harassment of any kind. We are committed to equal employment opportunity for all employees and provide a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit and business need.


Company Description

What We Are
For over 30 years respectively, the directors of The Counseling & Psychotherapy Center, Inc. have been working with convicted sex offenders to develop a community based treatment and management program of the highest quality. Over the years clinicians and community corrections personnel have responded to the combination of criminal justice and clinical perspectives within our organization. This has enabled us to attract some of the most talented and experienced clinical and criminal justice staff in the field to work with us on our mission to reduce sexual victimization.

The containment approach starts in our own house. Our Board of Directors is comprised of three licensed clinical professionals specializing in the treatment of sex offenders. Our fourth director, who is responsible for the agency's operations, has held several key positions in the Department of Corrections in his home state of Massachusetts, including: Commissioner of Community Corrections, Executive Director of the Parole Board and inaugural chair of the Sex Offender Registry Board. These dual perspectives are evident in the CPC treatment and management program beginning with our next generation Containment model which includes not only the traditional three elements of Supervision, Treatment and Polygraph, but a fourth equally important element: the Victim Advocate. We are proactive in integrating stakeholders into the containment process by assigning an area coordinator to accomplish that goal in each geographic area.

Our clinicians are experts in this field and have learned how to support parole and probation in their supervision and decision-making regarding the high-risk sex offenders in the community. As an agency we have made a substantial investment in educating our clinical professionals and providing them with ongoing training and weekly supervision. This proactive approach to training and supervising our staff helps to eliminate the biases clinicians develop while working closely with individual offenders. CPC has enjoyed tremendous growth in our programs due to the comprehensiveness and quality of our treatment program and offender management services and our ability to provide them at a price that makes them accessible to the agencies and offenders that need them. An exciting phenomenon for us is that our programs have not only grown geographically but they have grown vertically. That means that we can treat the same offender clientele through different layers of the criminal justice system. We have programs in state and county correctional institutions which flow into transitional programming and on into community based management and treatment. Each additional layer in the vertical system improves the safety outcome.


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Position Title: Mental Health Clinician (License Required)


Location: San Bernardino & Riverside


Job Type: Part Time (with $1500 Signing Bonus)


Schedule: opportunity to develop and grow caseload to full time work in the future


*Currently operating with Tele-Health until further notice


 


CPC facilitates community-based sex offender assessment and treatment services across the state. There are both full-time and part-time therapist positions available. These positions offer a degree of schedule flexibility and professional autonomy, while still working for a company tat provides clinical and administrative oversight and supervision.


Join this dynamic treatment and management program on the front lines with the mission of increasing community safety and no more victimization. You will be part of a team that teaches you how to reduce the risk from offenders and prevent further victimization. It is a challenging but greatly rewarding career opportunity.


Our experienced agency will train and certify a qualified candidate to work in this specialized field to provide risk-reducing treatment interventions with court-ordered clients.


 


Education & Licensing Requirements:



  • Master’s or Doctoral level degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or a closely related field.

  • LCSW/LICSW, LMHC, LMFT or Psychologist license.


 


Experience & Skills Requirements:



  • Understanding of risk management

  • CBT, DBT, and motivational interviewing experience

  • Clinical outpatient treatment experience and substantial focus on group facilitation

  • Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Experience providing Sex Offender Treatment, DV or Substance Abuse Treatment

  • Spanish speaking preferred


 


Job Duties & Responsibilities:



  • Conduct ongoing assessment, individualized treatment planning, group/individual therapy for persons convicted of sex offenses.

  • Complete required assessments on clients assigned to caseload, including but not limited to actuarial and dynamic risk assessment, sexual interests, personality measures, cognitive and achievement tests.

  • Prepare and maintain up-to-date web-based treatment files and clinical documentation.

  • Work in an independent setting with strong organizational skills and rigorous attention to detail.

  • Attend clinical trainings (CE’s provided) and containment meetings/supervisory meetings as required.

  • Work closely and maintain a good working relationship with Probation and Parole.

  • Adhere to professional and confidentiality requirements in handling client records.

  • Obtain and maintain current Treatment Provider Certification through California Sex Offender Management Board (CASOMB) – CPC will provide training for certification.


 


 


The Counseling and Psychotherapy Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Prohibits Discrimination and Harassment of any kind. We are committed to equal employment opportunity for all employees and provide a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit and business need.


Company Description

What We Are
For over 30 years respectively, the directors of The Counseling & Psychotherapy Center, Inc. have been working with convicted sex offenders to develop a community based treatment and management program of the highest quality. Over the years clinicians and community corrections personnel have responded to the combination of criminal justice and clinical perspectives within our organization. This has enabled us to attract some of the most talented and experienced clinical and criminal justice staff in the field to work with us on our mission to reduce sexual victimization.

The containment approach starts in our own house. Our Board of Directors is comprised of three licensed clinical professionals specializing in the treatment of sex offenders. Our fourth director, who is responsible for the agency's operations, has held several key positions in the Department of Corrections in his home state of Massachusetts, including: Commissioner of Community Corrections, Executive Director of the Parole Board and inaugural chair of the Sex Offender Registry Board. These dual perspectives are evident in the CPC treatment and management program beginning with our next generation Containment model which includes not only the traditional three elements of Supervision, Treatment and Polygraph, but a fourth equally important element: the Victim Advocate. We are proactive in integrating stakeholders into the containment process by assigning an area coordinator to accomplish that goal in each geographic area.

Our clinicians are experts in this field and have learned how to support parole and probation in their supervision and decision-making regarding the high-risk sex offenders in the community. As an agency we have made a substantial investment in educating our clinical professionals and providing them with ongoing training and weekly supervision. This proactive approach to training and supervising our staff helps to eliminate the biases clinicians develop while working closely with individual offenders. CPC has enjoyed tremendous growth in our programs due to the comprehensiveness and quality of our treatment program and offender management services and our ability to provide them at a price that makes them accessible to the agencies and offenders that need them. An exciting phenomenon for us is that our programs have not only grown geographically but they have grown vertically. That means that we can treat the same offender clientele through different layers of the criminal justice system. We have programs in state and county correctional institutions which flow into transitional programming and on into community based management and treatment. Each additional layer in the vertical system improves the safety outcome.


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Broadstep Behavioral Health, Inc.


“Where positive opportunities can find you”


Are you interested in making an impact in the lives of individuals by supporting those with intellectual disabilities, emotional, behavioral or medical complexities?


Broadstep Behavioral Health is looking for a Clinician in Cherry Hill, NJ.


Broadstep Behavioral Health, Inc – New Jersey has 39 group homes, three adult training centers and two schools located throughout New Jersey. Whether you have previous experience in a role like this, or this just sounds like the type of impression you want to make, we want to hear from you! Bring the right attitude; we’ll train you for success!


 


The Clinician is responsible to ensure the premier therapeutic Residential experience that meets and exceeds expectations both now and in the future through the implementation of each Consumer Experience Model (CEM) stage: (1) Pre-admission; (2) Admission; (3) Service Delivery; (4) Pre-discharge; and (5) Discharge. In the course of each consumers service delivery, the Residential Services Case Manager ensures implementation of the prescribed Individual Service Plan in pursuit of the Desired Outcome of Treatment in a manner that communicates and instills Hope for their future, Safety at all times, Trust unconditionally, and Opportunity always. The Residential Services Case Manager facilitates these outcomes through each stage of the consumers’ Life Experience Model by (1) Knowing their Story; (2) Promoting Strengths; (3) Teaching and Learning; (4) Encouragement; and, (5) Celebrating Success and engages each consumer in their life experience by providing opportunities for Living, Learning, Working, and Participating in the course of each consumers journey towards their Desired Outcome of Treatment.


 


The Clinician must:



  • Possess a Master’s Degree in Human Services or related field; Appropriate license, e.g., LCSW, LPC, LCPC, RN, LMFT, preferred;

  • Meet all licensing requirements set forth by the respective state of operation;

  • Possess a valid, regular (non-probationary) state driver’s license if the individual will be driving either their personal vehicle for on-the-job purposes or any agency vehicles;

  • Possess personal vehicle insurance that meets the minimum expectations/coverage if the employee will be driving their personal vehicle for on-the-job purposes as detailed in the PCS Transportation Policy;

  • Meet the background check requirements for each state’s regulations;

  • Successfully pass an initial medical examination and pass a drug screening, which provides evidence that they are free from communicable diseases, including active tuberculosis or conditions which prohibit them from reasonably performing the assigned duties, except as provided for by the ADA. Staff will be reexamined on a regular basis.

  • Possess a minimum of one (1) year experience working with consumers meeting the program admissions criteria;

  • Possess a minimum of one (1) year supervisory experience (preferred);

  • Have demonstrated leadership ability: the ability to integrate the vision of the organization with all supportive services and personnel;

  • Have demonstrated leadership in maintaining high standards of professional behavior for self and staff;

  • Have excellent organizational, problem solving, creative and independent thinking skills;

  • Have demonstrated cultural competency and a commitment to diversity management;

  • Successfully complete the PCS Supervisory Training Series Curriculum within 180 days from assuming the Clinician role.


 


Company Description

Broadstep has been a leader in providing a continuum of physical, emotional, and mental support for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), mental illness, and co-occurring disorders for over 45 years.


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Now hiring a Master's Clinicians for a Nonprofit organization located in Quincy, MA. If you are a passionate, and a committed professional who wants to make a difference please apply now!


About the Role:



  • Master’s degree in mental health, social work, counseling or related field required; license eligible - New Graduates Accepted!

  • Must demonstrate sound knowledge and understanding of clinical theory and practice 

  • Knowledge, skills and supports to identify needs of abused and neglected children and adults

  • Understand child development and individual and family functioning. 

  • Engage difficult to reach, traumatized or disengaged individuals and families

  • Work with individuals with co-occurring, mental health and substance use conditions

  • Collaborate with other disciplines and services

  • Previous work experience with 7-18 year old 

  • Must possess strong organizational and clinical communication skills

  • Computer proficiency

  • Valid MA driver’s license with acceptable driving record and current proof of insurance and reliable transportation


We are an equal opportunity employer. We comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws. Qualified applicants are considered without regard to sex, race, color, ancestry, national origin, citizenship status, religion, age, marital status (including civil unions), military service, veteran status, pregnancy (including childbirth and related medical conditions), genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, legally recognized disability



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Catholic Community Services, Family Behavioral Health is looking for a Clinician who wants to join our team of innovators who continually "push the envelope" and challenges traditional thinking in Behavioral Health.


 


WHO ARE WE:


 


We are a values-driven organization, providing family oriented mental health care for children, youth and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. With sites located in Tukwila, Tacoma, Olympia, Shelton, Bremerton, Aberdeen, Yelm, Vancouver, and Portland Oregon, we offer comprehensive intensive, Wrap-around mental health services to a diverse population for youth and families. We employ over 550 caring and compassionate employees. 


 


WHAT WE VALUE:  
Compassion  Diversity  Excellence  Justice  Stewardship


 


We strive to help children and families live together safely and securely with hope and promise.  We serve as a catalyst for change when appropriate, challenging long-standing service traditions in community behavioral health.  We behave with Humility, Passion for our Mission, and Compassion and Respectful Interactions.   We value learning and offer alternatives and we stand strong to help child-serving systems understand our alternative paradigm while strengthening partnerships. We do not compromise our values.



We provide family, strength-based mental health services for children and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope and promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. Clinicians work flexible schedules, based on their family’s needs, including evenings and weekends, in the home and community setting of the youth and families.  This unique way of working allows Clinicians the opportunity to offer a high level of collaboration, coordination and intensive behavior health services while allowing room for creativity and needs driven work. Emphasis is on achieving incredible outcomes with children, youth and families by actively partnering with them along with their natural and community services and supports to achieve long term safety and stability in our neighborhoods and communities. A full job description with qualifications will be shared with candidates identified for an interview. 



WHAT WE ARE SEEKING IN A CANDIDATE: 



  • Bachelor's degree in Behavioral Sciences, or equivalent, accredited degree; plus 1+ year directly related experience.

  • Demonstrate the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in multi-cultural situations. 

  • Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and current automobile insurance with an acceptable driving record per CCS policy.

  • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services. 

  • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice. 


Preferred Qualifications:



  • Mental Health Professional (as defined by WAC 388-865).

  • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice. 


WHAT WE OFFER: 



  • Opportunity to provide innovative therapeutic technicques and non-traditional interventions in the community supporting youth and famiies.

  • Full-time employment, working hours to meet the family's needs with "Availability Pay" of $75.00 per pay period. 

  • Highly competitive compensation package with a starting wage of $25.17, plus DOE. 

  • Medical, dental, & vision insurance, retirement plans with generous paid time off.  

  • Licensor Supervision and Licensor reimbursement.  

  • Extensive training (examples: Safety, WISe, BRS, CPR and First Aide, and First Response).

  • Fully implemented Health Record system (CareLogic) with in-depth training. 

  • Supplemental Cancer, Hospitalization, and Critical Illness Insurance.


ABOUT ABERDEEN:

The City of Aberdeen is located in Grays Harbor County on the southern edge of the Olympic Peninsula at the convergence of the Wishkah and Chehalis Rivers. Enjoy all the area has to offer:



  • The history of this area has been driven by logging and fishing industries, in the last few years there has been an effort to replace these with emphasis on tourism and designating Aberdeen as the largest retail center on the Washington Coast. Our top-notch schools help to prepare our children for their future. 

  • In Aberdeen and our surrounding areas, enjoy beachcombing, birdwatching, kayaking, or quiet walks in the pristine forests.  


If you are passionate about providing strength-based mental health services for children, youth and their family, we would love to hear from you! Please visit our Careers Page at https://ccsww.org/careers/ . For additional questions, contact Karla Lacktorin, Regional Healthcare Recruiter, at karlal@ccsww.org or 253-325-2864.


Note to Internal Candidates: HR reviews internal compensation and determines increase based on their experience and also agency internal equity factors.


Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position.


 


Company Description

The Family Behavioral Health system provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based services and supports centered around one predominant belief: Children need their families and families need their children. Whenever possible, children should grow up within their own families or extended families, and in their own communities. If separation from a parent or parents is unavoidable, we continue to work toward preserving the family relationship, and whenever possible, continue to focus efforts on reunification. In an intervention, which is truly family-driven and strengths-based, the framework is fairly simple. Initially, we find out what families need in order to stabilize and remain together. Subsequently, we work together with the child and family members, using a team-based approach to meet those needs, and we never give up.

Family Behavioral Health therapists are well known for innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions. Youth and families referred to us have generally experienced a number of traditional services without success. Our families tend to be those for whom nothing else has worked, and all other viable treatment alternatives have been exhausted. Many have all but given up on professional services, and our first task may be to help them see hope for change and growth. Rather than following a strict and prescriptive “model,” we offer individualized and tailored family-centered services, using a strengths-based and team-based collaborative approach. Natural supports are an integral component of every intervention.


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Position Title: Mental Health Clinician


Location: Oxnard & Goleta


Job Type: Part Time (with $1500 Signing Bonus)


Schedule: 2 afternoons/evenings in Oxnard; 2 half days in Goleta; approx. 20-25 hours per week (Saturday availability preferred)


*Currently operating with Tele-Heath until further notice.


 


CPC facilitates community-based sex offender assessment and treatment services across the state. There are both full-time and part-time therapist positions available. These positions offer a degree of schedule flexibility and professional autonomy, while still working for a company tat provides clinical and administrative oversight and supervision.


Join this dynamic treatment and management program on the front lines with the mission of increasing community safety and no more victimization. You will be part of a team that teaches you how to reduce the risk from offenders and prevent further victimization. It is a challenging but greatly rewarding career opportunity.


Our experienced agency will train and certify a qualified candidate to work in this specialized field to provide risk-reducing treatment interventions with court-ordered clients.


 


Education & Licensing Requirements:



  • Master’s or Doctoral level degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or a closely related field.

  • LCSW/LICSW, LMHC, LMFT or Psychologist license.


 


Experience & Skills Requirements:



  • Understanding of risk management

  • CBT, DBT, and motivational interviewing experience

  • Clinical outpatient treatment experience and substantial focus on group facilitation

  • Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Experience providing Sex Offender Treatment, DV or Substance Abuse Treatment

  • Spanish speaking preferred


 


Job Duties & Responsibilities:



  • Conduct ongoing assessment, individualized treatment planning, group/individual therapy for persons convicted of sex offenses.

  • Complete required assessments on clients assigned to caseload, including but not limited to actuarial and dynamic risk assessment, sexual interests, personality measures, cognitive and achievement tests.

  • Prepare and maintain up-to-date web-based treatment files and clinical documentation.

  • Work in an independent setting with strong organizational skills and rigorous attention to detail.

  • Attend clinical trainings (CE’s provided) and containment meetings/supervisory meetings as required.

  • Work closely and maintain a good working relationship with Probation and Parole.

  • Adhere to professional and confidentiality requirements in handling client records.

  • Obtain and maintain current Treatment Provider Certification through California Sex Offender Management Board (CASOMB) – CPC will provide training for certification.


 


 


 


The Counseling and Psychotherapy Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Prohibits Discrimination and Harassment of any kind. We are committed to equal employment opportunity for all employees and provide a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit and business need


Company Description

What We Are
For over 30 years respectively, the directors of The Counseling & Psychotherapy Center, Inc. have been working with convicted sex offenders to develop a community based treatment and management program of the highest quality. Over the years clinicians and community corrections personnel have responded to the combination of criminal justice and clinical perspectives within our organization. This has enabled us to attract some of the most talented and experienced clinical and criminal justice staff in the field to work with us on our mission to reduce sexual victimization.

The containment approach starts in our own house. Our Board of Directors is comprised of three licensed clinical professionals specializing in the treatment of sex offenders. Our fourth director, who is responsible for the agency's operations, has held several key positions in the Department of Corrections in his home state of Massachusetts, including: Commissioner of Community Corrections, Executive Director of the Parole Board and inaugural chair of the Sex Offender Registry Board. These dual perspectives are evident in the CPC treatment and management program beginning with our next generation Containment model which includes not only the traditional three elements of Supervision, Treatment and Polygraph, but a fourth equally important element: the Victim Advocate. We are proactive in integrating stakeholders into the containment process by assigning an area coordinator to accomplish that goal in each geographic area.

Our clinicians are experts in this field and have learned how to support parole and probation in their supervision and decision-making regarding the high-risk sex offenders in the community. As an agency we have made a substantial investment in educating our clinical professionals and providing them with ongoing training and weekly supervision. This proactive approach to training and supervising our staff helps to eliminate the biases clinicians develop while working closely with individual offenders. CPC has enjoyed tremendous growth in our programs due to the comprehensiveness and quality of our treatment program and offender management services and our ability to provide them at a price that makes them accessible to the agencies and offenders that need them. An exciting phenomenon for us is that our programs have not only grown geographically but they have grown vertically. That means that we can treat the same offender clientele through different layers of the criminal justice system. We have programs in state and county correctional institutions which flow into transitional programming and on into community based management and treatment. Each additional layer in the vertical system improves the safety outcome.


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Job Description


 


The RTC clinician will work in a community based residential treatment facility providing clinical services to an adult, justice involved, substance use population. The RTC clinician participates in interdisciplinary treatment services to include assessment, treatment planning, group and individual therapy, psychoeducation, crisis counseling, discharge planning and insurance reviews. The RTC clinician works under the Clinical Supervisor as part of the RTC team.


Job Functions:



  • Provide high quality, compassionate, and ethical substance abuse therapy to clients as scheduled in individual, group, and family therapy settings.

  • Actively participate as a positive member of an interdisciplinary treatment team.

  • Complete clinical assessments and documentation as necessary, including but not limited to, treatment plans, biopsychosocial assessments, concurrent reviews, discharge plans, etc.

  • Responsible for providing group and individual treatment as directed by supervisor.

  • Complete accurate clinical documentation same day as date of service.

  • Maintain good standing with the appropriate board and insurance entities.

  • Complete all recommended continuing education requirements.

  • Stay current with updated research and best practices.

  • Be aware of community referral sources and refer when necessary.

  • Secure client information per HIPAA standards.

  • Provides and attends in-service training as needed.

  • Additional tasks as assigned based on patient and facilty needs.


Qualification Requirements:



To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.



  • Master’s or Doctoral Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Marriage Family, Counseling or relative field, from an accredited college or university.

  • Associate level licensure in the state of Arizona, (LAC, LASAC)

  • Two to three years of experience working in behavioral health or substance abuse field preferred.

  • One year working in a substance abuse setting.

  • Strong computer skills required, experience with electronic medical records preferred.

  • Ability to communicate effectively with clients, their loved ones and professionals.

  • Ability to make sound decisions in emergency situations.

  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret human service periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations.

  • Strong assessment skills.

  • Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and analyze policies and procedures.

  • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.

  • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.

  • Working knowledge of twelve step programs of recovery.

  • Not independently licensed to provide counseling or as a psychologist in the state of operations but may be seeking licensure.


Competencies:



To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:




  • Interpersonal Skills - Focuses on solving conflict, not blaming; Maintains confidentiality; Listens to others without interrupting; Keeps emotions under control; Remains open to others' ideas and tries new things.


  • Oral Communication - Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations; Listens and gets clarification; Responds well to questions; Demonstrates group presentation skills; Participates in meetings.


  • Written Communication - Writes clearly and informatively; Edits work for spelling and grammar; Varies writing style to meet needs; Presents numerical data effectively; Able to read and interpret written information.


  • Teamwork - Balances team and individual responsibilities; Exhibits objectivity and openness to others' views; Gives and welcomes feedback; Contributes to building a positive team spirit; Puts success of team above own interests; Able to build morale and group commitments to goals and objectives; Supports everyone's efforts to succeed.


  • Diversity - Demonstrates knowledge of EEO policy; Shows respect and sensitivity for cultural differences; Educates others on the value of diversity; Promotes a harassment-free environment; Builds a diverse workforce.


  • Ethics - Treats people with respect; Keeps commitments; Inspires the trust of others; Works with integrity and ethically; Upholds organizational values.


  • Organizational Support - Follows policies and procedures; Completes administrative tasks correctly and on time; Supports organization's goals and values; Benefits organization through outside activities; Supports affirmative action and respects diversity.


  • Planning/Organizing - Prioritizes and plans work activities; Uses time efficiently; Plans for additional resources; Sets goals and objectives; Organizes or schedules other people and their tasks; Develops realistic action plans.


  • Professionalism - Approaches others in a tactful manner; Reacts well under pressure; Treats others with respect and consideration regardless of their status or position; Accepts responsibility for own actions; Follows through on commitments.


  • Adaptability - Adapts to changes in the work environment; Manages competing demands; Changes approach or method to best fit the situation; Able to deal with frequent change, delays, or unexpected events.


  • Dependability - Follows instructions, responds to management direction; Takes responsibility for own actions; Keeps commitments; Commits to long hours of work when necessary to reach goals; Completes tasks on time or notifies appropriate person with an alternate plan.


Education and/or Experience:



Master’s or Doctoral Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Marriage Family, Counseling or relative field, from an accredited college or university. Two to three years of experience working in behavioral health substance abuse field preferred.
Language Skills:
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret human service periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and analyze policies and procedures. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.
Reasoning Ability:
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
Computer Skills:
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Electronic Health Records; Internet software; Payroll systems; Spreadsheet software and Word Processing software.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:



  • State of Arizona license or registration to meet the requirements of qualifies behavioral health professional at the associate level.

  • Active Fingerprint Clearance Card

  • Active CPR/First Aid certification

  • Negative TB test within a year


Physical Demands:



The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand. The employee is occasionally required to sit; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and taste or smell.


The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 30 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.



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Job Description


 "Fee for Service" Clinicians


Living Water Counseling Center (LWCC) is a rising asset to Holyoke and surrounding towns providing mental health services to diverse population.  We are currently seeking to hire a Masters Level Clinician/Psychotherapists; experienced with addiction.  Also seeking to hire a Child/Adolescent Therapists.  Bilingual(Spanish) license preferred/ Cans certified qualified.  


 


This position is fee for service Day, Evening and Saturdays hours are available.  LWCC will provide a professional office space, skilled administrative support and clinical supervision.


Company Overview


Living Water Counseling Center, Inc., based in Holyoke, MA, is a Holistic outpatient clinic specializing in mental health and substance abuse solutions.  Founded in 2013, LWCC's holistic recovery model embraces development of mind, body, and spirit.  LWCC continues to grow and hold to its compassionate mission of serving all populations with dignity.  Our mission is unique and our 5 star rated facility maintains a strong reputation.


 


LWCC is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer, and considers qualified applicants without regard to race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected factor under federal, state or local law.  


 


Position Overview


 


"Fee for Service" is a non-salaried position where the employee is paid only for the actual hour's they meet face to face/Tele-health with person's served.  Wage for this type of employment is set at a higher rate then traditional employment as benefits are offered at a minimum and insurance companies do not reimburse for missed appointments.


 


Responsibilities



  • Maintain confidentiality of record relating to client"s treatment.

  • Encourage clients to express their feelings and discuss what is happening in their lives, and help them to develop insight into themselves and their relationships.

  • Guide clients in the development of skills and strategies for dealing with their challenges.

  • Prepare and maintain all required treatment records and reports in a timely basis.

  • Counsel clients and patients, individually and/or in group sessions, to assist in overcoming dependencies, adjusting to life, and making changes.

  • Collect information about clients through interviews, observation, and tests.

  • Act as client advocates in order to coordinate required services or to resolve emergency problems in crisis situations.

  • Develop and implement treatment plans based on clinical experience and knowledge.


 


Company Description

Company Overview

Living Water Counseling Center, Inc. , based in Holyoke, MA, is a Holistic outpatient clinic specializing in mental health and substance abuse solutions. Founded in 2013, LWCC’s holistic recovery model embraces development of mind, body, and spirit that respectfully serves the marginalized population as well as families and children. LWCC continues to grow and hold to its compassionate mission of serving the underserved with dignity. Our mission is unique and our reputation maintains a strong level of integrity.

LWCC is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer, and considers qualified applicants without regard to race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected factor under federal, state or local law.


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Cornerstone Hospice is seeking a professional Registered Nurse Clinician to oversee all activities designated to enhance and coordinate relationships with hospital referral sources and assist in timely admissions in the hospital environment. The Clinician is responsible for the case management of newly admitted GIP patients and hospitalized team patients. This includes assuring diagnostic tests, treatments, and symptom management is related to the patient's hospice diagnosis. The Clinician further facilitates timely discharge to the appropriate level of care.

Location: Orange & Osceola county
SCHEDULE: Weekend shifts available; 10 or 12 hour shifts.

QUALIFICATIONS
Florida R.N. license required
Clinical experience working in a hospital environment; hospice experience a plus!
Excellent oral and written skills.
Personable, strong initiative and ability to work independently.
Previous teaching/sales experience a plus.
Valid Florida driver's license and required auto liability insurance required.

BENEFITS
Competitive Compensation
Full benefits package
403(b) plan match
Generous PTO
Tuition Reimbursement program
Learning resources to be successful in your career, plus more!

Cornerstone Hospice & Palliative Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived, race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), sexual orientation, parental status, national origin, age, disability, family medical history or genetic information, political affiliation, military service, any other non-merit based factor or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. Our leadership team is dedicated to this policy with respect to recruitment, hiring, placement, promotion, transfer, training, compensation, benefits, employee activities and general treatment during employment. If you'd like more information about your EEO rights as an applicant under the law, please click here: http://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/poster.cfm

Company Description

Cornerstone Hospice, a division of Cornerstone Health Services, Inc., of Florida is a independent, not-for-profit corporation dedicated to compassionate care for its patients throughout seven counties in Central Florida. Founded in 1984, it's our mission to make quality Hospice care available to all persons, their families, and those affected by serious illness, death and dying in our community; to advocate effectively for patients comfort, dignity and choice; and to be recognized as the leading resource in clinical, ethical, and spiritual issues of dying and grief. If you have the hospice heart, we welcome you to visit our careers page for current opportunities: https://cshospice.org/careers/


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UTBS Hiring the right people


Utah Behavior Services is looking for a Full-Time or Part-Time Licensed Mental Health Clinician (LCSW, LMFT, or LCMHC) to work with our cohesive team at our Brigham City Clinic and in the homes of clients in the surrounding areas candidates that are within 6 months of obtaining licensed credentials are also encouraged to apply. Utah Behavior Services is committed to maintaining a highly qualified team of experts who are passionate about their work and can continue to pave the way for the families we serve.


(Clinical Locations Include: 35 Skyline Dr., Suite 103 Brigham City, Utah 84302)


 


UTBS Culture Stepping up and Stepping in


Why work for us? We take care of our employees, so they can take care of the families we serve. Challenge yourself, in a cohesive team environment that allows you to Step up your Career so you can Step Into the lives of those who are in crisis! Broaden your Mental Health Career and let us guide you to your goals!


 


Our Mission


We are Dedicated to Creating Successful Children and Developing Strong Families by providing High Quality, Evidence-Based Behavioral Health Care Services.


Our vision is to support each individual by making the most of Utah Behavior Services’ interdisciplinary and highly educated team of professionals (mental health therapists, behavior clinicians, and doctorate level professionals), united with a family-centered plan designed to realize their full potential.


 


Our Values are based on 5 distinct principles that define our actions in everything we do.



  • We work as a Team where Honesty, Loyalty, and a Respectful culture is cultivated for employees and clients.


  • We expect Excellence, professionally and Aspire for Quality while continuing to raise the bar.


  • We are Tenacious by holding firm to our determination and perseverance.


  • We are Resilient, in keeping a positive, flexible and solution-focused attitude.


  • We Strengthen Families with Evidence-based practice that is realistic and integrated with our client's needs. If our model and Company values sound like a match for your strengths and skills, please apply!



 


Responsibilities include:



  • Performing assessments for clients and developing detailed, comprehensive treatment plans.


  • Providing collaborative services teaching and coaching parents, teachers, school counselors, and school administration to help the client be successful in generalizing skills.


  • Possessing a clear understanding of Utah’s laws and ethical responsibilities regarding mandatory reporting.


  • Providing individual, family and group psychotherapy with the ability to utilize a variety of evidence-based therapy models.


  • Possessing strong proficient computer skills and ability to learn new software programs quickly


  • Completing the required documentation of services and work performed within the timeframe of agency standards.


  • Ability to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team to ensure cohesion of services and delivery of quality client care.



 


Qualifications include:



  • Master’s degree (required), or higher from an accredited university/college in Social Work, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, or Psychology.


  • Strong preference will be given to those who hold a current, unrestricted LCSW, LMFT, or LCMHC license. However, consideration will be given to those who hold a CSW and are actively working towards obtaining LCSW credential, or similar clinical credentials.


  • 1+ year of experience working in a mental health/clinician position. Preference is given to those with experience specific to working with clients with Autism.


  • Must be comfortable and confident in working with children and adolescents.


  • Firm understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder, related developmental delays, ADHD, and anxiety, as well as the dynamics of comorbid mental and behavioral health issues.



 


Additional information:



  • If an offer of employment is made, the applicant must pass a Background Check and Drug Test.


  • Working with Utah's Largest, integrated Mental & Behavioral Health team to further your clinical experience!


  • All applicants must pass state and federal background checks (annually) as required by the State of Utah to work with children. Any items on driving record or background check may be cause for non-employment and will be handled on a case-by-case basis with Executive approval.


  • Speak, write, read fluently in the English language.


  • Must be comfortable using iPads and computers to use various web-based software systems for carrying out intervention programs, recording data, and adhering to company standards for scheduling and time submission. Must read and respond to multiple company emails per day. Must have access to an internet connection outside of work hours.


  • Ability to maintain confidentiality about children, families, Interventionists, staff and any other protected health information (PHI), in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPPA).


  • The applicant must have a valid driver’s license, current automobile insurance, and registered transportation to and from client homes and UTBS office.


  • A positive and supportive Attitude and Ability to work in the community, in center, and in the homes of clients, while maintaining cultural sensitivity to various client demographics, culture, beliefs, and values, while supporting in-home, in center and community settings. To include various community helpers and environment settings, and religious settings.


  • Helpful experience: conducting discrete trial training, Pivotal Response training, use of applied behavior analysis procedures and experience with children. (Comprehensive training is provided to all new hires, regardless of background.)


  • Hours are flexible according to the needs of the client and the treatment team.


  • Pay is dependent upon experience and negotiable.


  • Must have own reliable transportation, with a valid driver's license.


  • Job Types: Full-time (Mon-Fri) Minimum 30+hrs. & Part-Time Minimum 15+hrs


  • Full-time Benefits: Medical, HSA, Dental, Vision, 401K, Life Ins. PTO, Holidays, Sick Days, Flexible Scheduling, Paid Training, paid CEU's, Employee Health Clinic, Gym Membership Reimbursement, Tuition Assistance Program, Travelcard, available for those who qualify.


  • Compensation: $45,000.00 to $60,000.00 /year



 


UTBS serves a wide variety of clients and families, from all backgrounds and makeups. Part of the role of this position is to fully support and strengthen the client and family, according to their values, beliefs, priorities, preferences, etc. Therefore, one of the requirements of this position is that the employee is able to set aside personal opinions, feelings, viewpoints, mindsets, beliefs, attitudes, ideals, etc., whether political, social, spiritual, etc. to allow the employee to focus completely on the needs of their clients and client families. Therefore, UTBS enforces company-wide policies, that are especially critical for this position, that prohibit employees from expressing these views and opinions in the workplace or in the company of clients or co-workers.


 


Company Description

Why work for us? We take care of our employees, so they can take care of the families we serve. Challenge yourself, in a cohesive team environment that allows you to Step up your Career so you can Step Into the lives of those who are in crisis! Broaden your Career and let UTBS guide you to your goals! See why we Step up and Step in.

Our Mission
We are Dedicated to Creating Successful Children and Developing Strong Families by providing High Quality, Evidence-Based Behavioral Health Care Services.

Our vision is to support each individual by making the most of Utah Behavior Services’ interdisciplinary and highly educated team of professionals (mental health therapists, behavior clinicians, and doctorate level professionals), united with a family-centered plan designed to realize their full potential.

Our Values are based on 5 distinct principles that define our actions in everything we do.
We Work as a Team where Honesty, Loyalty, and a Respectful culture is cultivated for employees and clients.
We expect Excellence, professionally and Aspire for Quality while continuing to raise the bar.
We are Tenacious by holding firm to our determination and perseverance.
We are Resilient, in keeping a positive, flexible and solution-focused attitude.
We Strengthen Families with Evidence-based practice that is realistic and integrated with our client's needs.


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Licensed Nurses, Therapists, & Clinicians including: PTs, PTAs, OT®s, ©OTAs, SLPs/CCC, CSWs, MSWs, RDs, RRTs, - WANTED AT THE COMPANY HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS CALL THE BEST!


Universal Rehabilitation Services is an industry leader in healthcare skilled services for Home Health Care & other delivery systems. This company has been recognized by its professional staff for its protection & support during the hardships of the pandemic.


We are expanding and bringing forth our cutting edge knowledge & new techniques into our Texas communities. We are currently looking for both licensed supervisors & assistants in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology, Nursing, Clinical Social Worker & Social Work, Registered Dietitians, & Respiratory Therapists, with a minimum of two-years experience to provide all aspects of these services to clients.


Our expanding service areas include cities & surrounding counties of the Greater Houston area, DFW metroplex. San Antonio, & Austin & we are looking for excellent professionals to join our stellar clinical team!!


Qualified professionals must of course possess compassion, critical thinking skills, decisive judgment, and the ability to work without direct supervision as well as a high level of integrity & willingness to learn. We are grateful for our team & love & appreciate our professionals as they love & appreciate us. If this sounds good to you, we would probably be a great fit for you!


Receive:


• Top Pay & Flexible Schedules as set by you, the professional


• One to one treatment ratios


• Friendly, accessible office staff that handle all the admin & assist you with any challenges during or after hours, keeping you available & focused on your increased income potential


• Paid per visit. Work as much or as little as you want.


Apply today to be with a company that is expanding, providing great opportunities & maintaining the highest level of care & integrity for professionals – Universal Rehabilitations Services!


 


Company Description

Our company is based on communications - to healthcare professionals, patients, families, etc. We will be expanding into other healthcare divisions previously serviced which means a "no ceiling" opportunity for growth for the person that loves to work & earn a part of the increase they create! Our office is very fast paced, honest, ambitiously going for it!! This means it is a great ground floor opportunity for a like-minded individual who wants to grow with a company that is expanding, make a difference in the world & create opportunities for themselves. If this sounds like something for you, then we will be a great fit - come join us!!!!


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The Licensed Mental Health Clinician for National Smart HealthCare Services holds a Master’s/Doctorate degree in Psychology, Counseling or Social Work, is currently licensed in the state of Texas. Trained and astute in the issues concerning the everyday challenges faced by the mental health population. It is the responsibility of the Licensed Mental Health Clinician to ensure that the consumers of psychosocial rehabilitation services are provided a thorough mental health assessment as well as clinical interventions and community resources that will produce positive, successful outcomes in their daily lives.


Responsibilities include:



  • Conduct audits of the medical records ensuring appropriate services and documentation are being provided

  • Complete Bio-psychosocial/Functional Assessment and Treatment Planning

  • Must be trained in Motivational Interviewing

  • Conduct in-home visits when the need arises

  • Participate in team meetings

  • Participate in complex case staffing meetings


Requirements:



  • Must hold current LPC or LCSW licensure in Texas

  • Must have a minimum of 3 years experience with the mental health population

  • Previous home-health experience a plus


 



    Company Description

    Since 2006, National Smart Healthcare Services, Inc. continues to meet the needs of adult consumers with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) diagnosis, enrolled in a Managed Medicaid plan and living in the following service delivery areas: Harris County, Jefferson County Nueces County, Travis County, Bexar County, El Paso County, and Hidalgo County. Our staff includes certified case managers and licensed therapists ( LCSW, LPC, LMFT) with extensive training and experience in meeting the needs of consumers with Severe and Persistent Mentally Ill ( SPMI) adults in their home or community setting.


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    Job Description


    Program Overview:  The Resiliency Program is a multidisciplinary team that provides hopeful evidenced
    based services to children, youth, and families experiencing significant behavior challenges that impact their ability to thrive by offering therapy, advocacy, and meaningful connection to community supports. Services are available in the office or in the home. The program is rooted in Trauma Systems Therapy (TST).


    Work Schedule:   Monday - Friday, 8AM - 5PM


    Location:  Community Based Clinician serving clients through Arapahoe County Human Services/DHS. 


    Job Purpose:
    This position provides behavioral health consultation, biopsychosocial assessment, counseling, and evidence-based interventions to individuals, groups and/or their families utilizing strength-based and recovery models of service delivery.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Provide comprehensive assessment, evaluation, crisis intervention and psychotherapy to individuals, families, and groups of clients with mental health and behavioral health needs.
    • Administer standardized screening tools to identify clients with behavioral health and/or substance abuse problems
    • Assist clients with symptom/issue reduction (e.g. insomnia, anxiety, depression, and post-trauma symptoms, stress management, emotional dysregulation)
    • Use evidence-based models for treatment, including but not limited to CBT, solution-focused therapy, behavioral activation, harm reduction, motivational interviewing and health psychology
    • Provide an integrated care approach to assessment and intervention for clients having difficulty managing their health due to physical health condition/chronic disease, psychological, behavioral, cognitive, or social factors
    • Work closely and collaboratively within a team approach to provide assistance in addressing social issues and basic needs that are barriers to effective treatment outcomes and the client’s ability to thrive. Linkage to case management services and/or community-based resources as needed
    • Develop a comprehensive, individualized treatment plan and goals for the client; updating and modifying as needs change
    • Maintain accurate and timely clinical documentation in EHR according to established protocols
    • Participate in interdisciplinary team meetings to review client caseload, treatment, concerns, and recommendations
    • Positively contribute to the financial health of the organization by ensuring delivery of billable services and utilizing, monitoring, and collecting data for decision making and program improvements
    • Maintain positive, ethical, and professional working relationships with community, government agencies, and other professionals
    • Participate and contribute to team meetings, clinical supervision and other meetings, as needed, to ensure cohesive department operations
    • Enhance professional growth and development through participation in specialized training
    • Complete all required documentation accurately, legibly and within established timelines
    • Follow all AllHealth Network policies and procedures
    • Complete all required trainings as listed in Relias Learning within required timelines
    • Perform other duties as required within the scope of the position and the experience, education and ability of the employee

    Key Technical Skills and Knowledge:
    • Education: Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or related field. Licensure required.
    • Experience: Minimum of 2 years’ experience working in a clinical setting in the behavioral health field.
    • Demonstrate a high level of skill in assessment, evaluation and therapeutic engagement of diverse clients; use of evidence-based counseling models and techniques that match presenting problems; good diagnostic skills and treatment/care planning; and the ability to work with clinical documentation and electronic health records (EHR).
    • Knowledge of DSM V and working principles of recovery and trauma-informed care in treatment planning and in direct care. Experience working with individuals and families who experience various behavioral health problems.
    • Ability to operate PC-based software programs including proficiency in Word, Excel and other computer based systems.
    • Possess advanced written and oral communication, decision making and problem solving skills, and efficient time management. Excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to work independently and as part of a team; collaborating with other internal and external teams.
    • Must possess own transportation, have a good driving record, a valid driver’s license, and proof of insurance.


    Company Description

    AllHealth Network (formerly known as Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network) is an organization that has been providing mental health and substance use counseling since 1955. We are deeply connected to our community in the south-Denver metro area. We are a mission-driven not-for-profit, private organization with a full array of clinical services available to all ages.

    We are a trusted family of mental health and substance use providers. Our warm, smart, compassionate clinicians (counselors, therapists, social workers, psychiatrists, case managers, nurses) offer a consistent model of clinical excellence with a focus on personalized goals for treatment. Whether this is your first call to seek services, a mental health emergency, or if you have been a client with us for years, our providers are here to serve you with an open heart and mind.

    C = Your neighborhood resource for...
    Care: We offer same day walk-in initial appointments in Littleton and Parker and 24/7 crisis care.
    Community: As a large community mental health center, we are able to offer mental health or substance use assessment appointments within 7 days of request.
    Connection: We help you build social connections and understand the importance of belonging.
    Crisis: our Walk-in Crisis center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide crisis evaluations for all ages.
    Conversation: We have almost 200 clinicians working in various programs across our Network—20 of whom are trained in Dr. Brené Brown’s The Daring WayTM to provide powerful conversation with clients who want to live freely and authentically.
    Counseling: Our highly skilled providers are trained in the latest, most effective, evidence-based practices with demonstrated outcomes.
    Co-Occurring: We offer co-occurring treatment for those dealing with both mental health and addiction.


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    Job Description


    Meridian Behavioral Health Services is seeking a Clinician/Team Leader for Intensive In-Home Services in Macon County. Intensive In-Home service is a team approach, using strengths-based interventions, designed to address the identified needs of children and adolescents who, due to serious and chronic symptoms of an emotional/behavioral disorder, are unable to remain stable in the community without intensive interventions. The primary goal of the IIH staff and service is to stabilize the client's functioning and eliminate the risk of out of home placement or more restrictive interventions. (LCSW, LCSWA, LPA, LMFT, LMFTA, LCMHC, LCMHCA,)


    To be considered for this position, applicants must have:



    • a Master's degree and be licensed or license eligible,

    • one year of full time experience with the mental health population,

    • a valid driver's license,

    • reliable transportation,

    • flexibility and

    • moderate computer skills.


     


    Company Description

    Meridian Behavioral Health is a non-profit organization serving the behavioral health needs of all age groups in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Meridian employs more than 180 people and has an annual operating budget of approximately $15 million. The Meridian family is dedicated to our mission of providing evidence-based services in a recovery oriented and trauma-informed culture. We value the individuals we serve and hold hope when it is otherwise difficult.

    Our offices in Haywood, Jackson, Macon, Transylvania, and Cherokee Counties are surrounded by camping and hiking trails and waters ripe for kayaking, swimming, and fishing. This area of the state is known for its beautiful scenery, artisan breweries, outdoor activities, and lots of festivals! There is even a small ski resort in Meridian’s service area.


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     Functional Family Therapy (FFT) Counselor (www.fftllc.com) for Camelot Community Care’s, Family Reunification Services Program.  Grow your career, be challenged and realize the potential in yourself and others around you! If you are passionate about serving youth and families in their homes, have superior interpersonal and open communication skills, desire to work in an environment with constructive oversight and focus on successful outcomes, we want you! If you are positive, vibrant, flexible, and compassionate, we want you!


    We are seeking an individual with mental health clinical training and experience to implement Family Functional Therapy-Child Welfare (FFT-CW). FFT-CW is a top researched community-based intervention model directed at families with youth ages birth through 18 years old where there is involvement in the child welfare. More information on this treatment model may be found at www.fftllc.com.


    Duties include assessment, treatment, documentation, and collaboration with caregivers, families, youths and community stakeholders. You will function as part of an FFT-CW team and will participate in weekly team supervision and consultation. Must be willing and able to work a flexible schedule based on families' availability. Experience in family systems therapy or behaviorally-based marital and substance abuse treatment/ therapy preferred. Master's in mental health or related field required. This is a full-time position with competitive benefits, including opportunities for thorough training in this highly researched evidence-based model.


    If you want to impact change and do it effectively, if you want excellent training, licensure opportunities, effective and meaningful supervision, to gain clinical experiences and skills, please apply. EXPECT TO BE CHALLENGED, DEVELOPED, AND EXCITED, BOTH PERSONALLY AND PROFESSIONALLY!


    Position available for in home therapist in our Family Reunification Program to provide Functional Family Therapy- Child Welfare Services to children and their families referred from the Child Welfare System who are reunifying and to prevent out of home placement in Pinellas & Pasco Counties, Florida. Sessions are conducted in a home-based setting, for an average of 4-5 months, and are guided by an evidenced based model: FFT-CW. Progress of the family’s treatment is maintained in a web based data system. Training specific to the model used in services will be provided at the beginning of employment. Master’s degree in social work, counseling, marriage and family therapy, or a related field is required. Applicant must have the ability to work as a member of a team and independently, as well as a willingness to learn and practice the FFT-CW model. Excellent writing skills, accurate clinical documentation and computer skills are necessary.


    Educational and Experience Requirements


    Master's degree preferred in a Human Service discipline from four-year accredited college or university and experience working with children/adolescents in a therapeutic treatment environment and in compliance with State or contractual requirements. Two years of clinical experience and adoption or trauma experience is preferred.


    Camelot Community Care is an equal opportunity employer and drug free workplace.


    Company Description

    Camelot Community Care employs over 500 dedicated and talented professionals who lead us in our efforts of helping children reach their fullest potential. Working for Camelot is a unique experience where each employee is asked not only to shape the future of the children they serve, but also help shape the future of the company. We take pride in our organizational culture of allowing local programs and staff an appropriate amount of autonomy to design and deliver services that best meet their community's needs. Camelot is not a top heavy organization but instead we place our trust and confidence in local leadership with the corporate administration providing guidance, support and the necessary resources to provide high quality services.


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    Juvenile Justice Residential Licensed Clinician


    Youth Services


    Eliot's 24 hour secure program for court-involved adolescent males ls seeking a Licensed (LMHC/LICSW) Residential Clinician.


    Responsibilities:


    Provide individual and family therapy weekly in accordance DYS, DEEC and ECHS policies and procedures


    Participate in the development and implementation of Individual Service Plans


    Provide case management and advocacy for youth as needed


    Facilitate curriculum based treatment groups in DBT, Substance abuse, and Risk Reduction


     


    Schedule:Tuesday- Saturday 11am-7pm


    Pay rate: License-eligible: 45k; Independently licensed (LICSW/LMHC): 47.5k


     


    Requirements


     


    Master's degree and be licensed eligible OR possess an LMHC or LICSW in Counseling, Psychology, or Social Work with experience working with the adolescent population. A knowledge base of clinical issues of children and adolescents affected by bio-psycho-social stressors. A working knowledge of DBT or ability to complete an on-site 20-hour computer-based training. Must be at least twenty-one (21) years old and possess a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation


     


    Eliot Community Human Services offers a great benefits package that includes a competitive salary, 3 weeks vacation, 12 sick days, and 11 holidays. Eliot pays 75% of health and dental insurance and 100% of Life, AD&D, Short and Long Term Disability insurance for full-time employees. We also offer a 401(k) retirement plan, Dependent Care plan, EAP, credit union, free college savings tuition program, and other voluntary benefits. The agency also has our own in house training program which provides CEU’s.


    Company Description

    Eliot provides an integrated and comprehensive network of community-based services to more than 30,000 individuals and families throughout Massachusetts.

    Eliot has been delivering state of the art, evidence-based programming for more than fifty years. Using a person-centered, family-driven approach, we believe strongly in partnering with the communities we serve. Our programs collaborate with one another, utilizing the expertise within the agency to provide the highest standard of quality services to our clients, their families, to the community, and to our funding sources. This commitment to collaboration fuels our strategy to employ a consumer centered approach to service delivery to meet the individual needs of our clients. Our approach fuses community resources, funding resources and our vast array of services to ensure that the high quality programs bring hope to those we serve.

    Our continuum of services includes twenty-four hour psychiatric emergency services and crisis stabilization, individual, group and family outpatient counseling, addiction services, in-home therapy, therapeutic mentoring, and early intervention services for children, and community outreach and case management to individuals with mental illness. We oversee residential programs for young children and adolescents in the custody of the Department of Children and Families, residential treatment programs for youth mandated by the Department of Youth Services, and residential, day, social and vocational programs for adults with mental illness, brain injury and developmental disabilities. Eliot also provides outreach, community support and case management to homeless individuals throughout the Commonwealth.

    Eliot is funded and serves individuals referred by Managed Medicaid Organizations, Commercial Insurers, the Massachusetts Departments of Children and Families, Developmental Disabilities, Public Health, Mental Health, Youth Services and the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission.


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    New Program, Position Starts July, 1, 2020


    In-Custody Admission Clinician


    Reporting to the Program Director, the In-Custody Admissions Clinician isresponsible for the management of the administrative functions for theIn-Custody Admissions Department and provide support with conductingassessments/intakes. 



    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES




    • Performs clinical assessments for admissions toPhoenix House programs; performs assessments and evaluations in keeping withPhoenix House policies and procedures.

    • Interviewing prospective patients and relatives toobtain necessary and pertinent personal and financial data to determineeligibility and appropriateness of treatment and admission.

    • Completes progress notes, and documents provisionaldiagnosis and medical necessity for treatment in client's Electronic HealthRecord and County systems, as applicable.

    • Performs crisis intervention sessions for familieswho are seeking treatment.

    • Completes the admissions process for assignedintakes with approval by their authorized representatives.

    • Creates the patient's Electronic Health Record, aspart of the admission process and responsible for data management related toassigned county, in-network insurance provider, and/or private pay patientindividual charts,

    • Maintains and provides a list of referrals forpatients who do not meet the admissions criteria.

    • Participates in both daily admission meetings andbi-weekly individual supervision meetings with Program Director.

    • Communicate and coordinate with Program Directorregarding prospective intakes.

    • Actively establishes and maintains contacts andcommunications with various organizations and agencies.

    • Verify insurance benefits of potential clientsincluding the scope of coverage, health insurance, & share of the cost

    • Maintain all required reporting functions and assure100% completion of all admission paperwork as required by the agency, county,and other regularly bodies

    • Ensures compliance with local, state, and federal confidentialitylaws and regulations.

    • Communicates pertinent clinical information to theclinical team that will assume care for the patient.

    • Attends all required staff training sessions inaccordance with Phoenix House and state licensing requirements, completes alltraining on time

    • Attends and participates in program and all staffmeetings

    • Adheres to and promotes the Phoenix House Mission,Vision, and Values while acting as a role model for others



    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/CREDENTIALS




    • Master's Degree in Social Work, Marriage and FamilyTherapy or related field

    • AMFT or ACSW with current California Board ofBehavioral Sciences (BBS) Registration required.

    • LMFT or LCSW with current California Board ofBehavioral Sciences (BBS) Registration a plus

    • Must maintain licensure as a condition ofemployment.

    • Experience in Substance Abuse or Mental Healthpreferred

    • Experience with SPAC, DMH, Community Care Licensing,and other governing bodies preferred

    • Evidenced-Based Trained/Certified in MAP, TF-CBT, SSPreferred

    • Must maintain a valid California Drivers' License,have proof of automobile insurance and maintain a safe driving record based onPhoenix House policy



    KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES




    • Demonstrated commitment and adherence to PhoenixHouse Mission, Vision, and Values: I CARE For- Integrity, CollaborationAppreciation, Respect, Excellence, and Forward-Thinking

    • Proficiency in MS Office systems

    • Ability to utilize an electronic medical record

    • Proficiency with SPAC, DMH, Community CareLicensing, and other governing bodies

    • Establish and maintain effective workingrelationships with others

    • Communicate effectively with others both orally andin writing

    • Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced changingenvironment

    • Ability to establish and consistently enforceappropriate boundaries with patients

    • Ability to model positive behavior and demeanor

    • Understanding of addiction, co-occurring models, andtreatment modalities

    • Understanding of adult/adolescent development andfamily systems

    • Excellent time management and organizational skills

    • Ability to be flexible; problem solver,self-directed; customer service-oriented, and collaborative

    • Skills and ability to engage and develop a rapportwith patients and families of various backgrounds

    • Bilingual in Spanish preferred


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    Job Location: Orange, CA


    Job ID: 201





    Company Description

    Phoenix House has provided recovery and rehabilitation services to thousands of men, women, and teens struggling with addiction and dependency. Our professional, experienced staff provides evidence-based services that help patients draw from their strengths to lead healthy, productive, and rewarding lives. Recognizing the long-term nature of recovery, Phoenix House addresses patients’ behavioral health issues through a continuum of care, including prevention, early intervention, treatment, and recovery support.


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    Program Overview:  The Resiliency Program is a multidisciplinary team that provides hopeful evidenced
    based services to children, youth, and families experiencing significant behavior challenges that impact their ability to thrive by offering therapy, advocacy, and meaningful connection to community supports. Services are available in the office or in the home. The program is rooted in Trauma Systems Therapy (TST).


    Work Schedule:   Monday - Friday, 8AM - 5PM


    Location:  Community Based Clinician serving clients through Arapahoe County Human Services/DHS. 


    Job Purpose:
    This position provides behavioral health consultation, biopsychosocial assessment, counseling, and evidence-based interventions to individuals, groups and/or their families utilizing strength-based and recovery models of service delivery.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Provide comprehensive assessment, evaluation, crisis intervention and psychotherapy to individuals, families, and groups of clients with mental health and behavioral health needs.
    • Administer standardized screening tools to identify clients with behavioral health and/or substance abuse problems
    • Assist clients with symptom/issue reduction (e.g. insomnia, anxiety, depression, and post-trauma symptoms, stress management, emotional dysregulation)
    • Use evidence-based models for treatment, including but not limited to CBT, solution-focused therapy, behavioral activation, harm reduction, motivational interviewing and health psychology
    • Provide an integrated care approach to assessment and intervention for clients having difficulty managing their health due to physical health condition/chronic disease, psychological, behavioral, cognitive, or social factors
    • Work closely and collaboratively within a team approach to provide assistance in addressing social issues and basic needs that are barriers to effective treatment outcomes and the client’s ability to thrive. Linkage to case management services and/or community-based resources as needed
    • Develop a comprehensive, individualized treatment plan and goals for the client; updating and modifying as needs change
    • Maintain accurate and timely clinical documentation in EHR according to established protocols
    • Participate in interdisciplinary team meetings to review client caseload, treatment, concerns, and recommendations
    • Positively contribute to the financial health of the organization by ensuring delivery of billable services and utilizing, monitoring, and collecting data for decision making and program improvements
    • Maintain positive, ethical, and professional working relationships with community, government agencies, and other professionals
    • Participate and contribute to team meetings, clinical supervision and other meetings, as needed, to ensure cohesive department operations
    • Enhance professional growth and development through participation in specialized training
    • Complete all required documentation accurately, legibly and within established timelines
    • Follow all AllHealth Network policies and procedures
    • Complete all required trainings as listed in Relias Learning within required timelines
    • Perform other duties as required within the scope of the position and the experience, education and ability of the employee

    Key Technical Skills and Knowledge:
    • Education: Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or related field. Licensure required.
    • Experience: Minimum of 2 years’ experience working in a clinical setting in the behavioral health field.
    • Demonstrate a high level of skill in assessment, evaluation and therapeutic engagement of diverse clients; use of evidence-based counseling models and techniques that match presenting problems; good diagnostic skills and treatment/care planning; and the ability to work with clinical documentation and electronic health records (EHR).
    • Knowledge of DSM V and working principles of recovery and trauma-informed care in treatment planning and in direct care. Experience working with individuals and families who experience various behavioral health problems.
    • Ability to operate PC-based software programs including proficiency in Word, Excel and other computer based systems.
    • Possess advanced written and oral communication, decision making and problem solving skills, and efficient time management. Excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to work independently and as part of a team; collaborating with other internal and external teams.
    • Must possess own transportation, have a good driving record, a valid driver’s license, and proof of insurance.


    Company Description

    AllHealth Network (formerly known as Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network) is an organization that has been providing mental health and substance use counseling since 1955. We are deeply connected to our community in the south-Denver metro area. We are a mission-driven not-for-profit, private organization with a full array of clinical services available to all ages.

    We are a trusted family of mental health and substance use providers. Our warm, smart, compassionate clinicians (counselors, therapists, social workers, psychiatrists, case managers, nurses) offer a consistent model of clinical excellence with a focus on personalized goals for treatment. Whether this is your first call to seek services, a mental health emergency, or if you have been a client with us for years, our providers are here to serve you with an open heart and mind.

    C = Your neighborhood resource for...
    Care: We offer same day walk-in initial appointments in Littleton and Parker and 24/7 crisis care.
    Community: As a large community mental health center, we are able to offer mental health or substance use assessment appointments within 7 days of request.
    Connection: We help you build social connections and understand the importance of belonging.
    Crisis: our Walk-in Crisis center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide crisis evaluations for all ages.
    Conversation: We have almost 200 clinicians working in various programs across our Network—20 of whom are trained in Dr. Brené Brown’s The Daring WayTM to provide powerful conversation with clients who want to live freely and authentically.
    Counseling: Our highly skilled providers are trained in the latest, most effective, evidence-based practices with demonstrated outcomes.
    Co-Occurring: We offer co-occurring treatment for those dealing with both mental health and addiction.


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    Do YOU want to help the most underserved and medically fragile during this national crisis?  Please consider applying to work as a Mental Health Counselor. Our Clinicians are always essential staff, and today they are needed more than ever.  You can help ease the stress. 


    OUR NJ AFFILIATES ARE HIRING!  Free Training, Holiday pay and More!!!


    Apply today at https://apismgt.org/careers/


    At Apis Services https://apismgt.org  we provide staffing to our non-profit affiliates allowing them to advance their mission & vision so they can focus on enhancing service delivery in the communities they serve.  Our affiliates, located throughout PA, NJ and NC offer human services and programs that improve the lives of the children and adults.   


    Crossroads Programs is seeking a Clinician in the Willingboro, Ewing and Cherry Hill, NJ areas. 


    New Horizon Treatment Services is seeking a  Clinician in the Trenton NJ location.  


    Full-time, part-time, and as needed positions are available! The Youth Support Worker will make a difference in the lives of young people working for this non-profit company.    


    *Perks and Benefits*



    • Medical, Dental, and Vision benefits available (Full-Time)

    • 401k, Life & Disability Insurance (Full-Time)

    • Paid Time Off (Full-Time)

    • Training & Advancement 

    • And Much More!!


    The Licensed Therapist will:



    • Have effective engagement and rapport building skills

    • Possess adept documentation skills

    • Have effective communication skills

    • Have effective organizational skills

    • Demonstrate respect, cooperation, consideration, and tact

    • Assess and diagnose

    • Provide clinical support to case managers


    Qualifications:



    • Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling, Doctoral level psychologist, or related mental health discipline

    • Current NJ state license to practice; social work in the State of New Jersey as a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW); as a licensed or certified Advanced Practice Nurse/Nurse Practitioner (APN); Licensed Professional (LPC); Licensed Marriage Family Therapist (LMFT) or a licensed psychologists

    • One to three years’ work experience in psychotherapy


    Who we are:


    Crossroads Programs, an affiliate of Apis Services is a nonprofit 501c3 behavioral health agency celebrating 40 years in service.  We provide safe and supportive residential treatment opportunities and therapeutic services to empower youth ages 5 to 21.    Crossroads is an affiliate of Apis Management Services.


    New Horizon Treatment Services, an affiliate of Apis Services is a rapidly growing substance abuse and dependency recovery organization based in Trenton, NJ since 1984, is seeking a  Addiction/Licensed Counselor. The company is a fully equipped medical and counseling addiction treatment agency. We are focused on providing quality care to those in the area who are suffering from addiction and in need of assistance. 


    Apis Services provides supporting services to an array of non-profit, public charity organizations including, but not limited to, human services, behavior health, and intellectual development disability agencies. The organizations supported are expanding rapidly and continue to further their missions.


    Equal Opportunity Employer.


    Apply today @ http://www.apismgt.org


     


    Equal Opportunity Employer


    Company Description

    Apis Management Services provide the Shared Service offerings to affiliates allowing these entities to advance their mission and vision. By exploring geographical program expansion and focusing on quality outcome measures to create cost savings that result in reinvestment into the organizations stakeholders through capacity creation and employee compensation betterments.

    Shared Service offerings include, but are not limited to: Fiscal Reporting, Payroll, Human Resources, Employee Training, Risk Management Reporting and Analysis, and Time and Attendance.


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    Do you enjoy working for an organization that makes a difference in the lives of others? Are you an experienced & licensed Nurse Practitioner that provides exceptional patient care? Do you thrive in a fast-paced, progressive environment? If you answered yes, the role of Clinician could be for you!


    Planned Parenthood Arizona is currently accepting resumes for a reliable, hard-working individual to join our Flagstaff Health Center location. Under the daily supervision of the Center Manager and the medical supervision of the Lead Clinician and the Medical Director, the Clinician functions as part of a clinical team at the Flagstaff Health Center and is responsible for safe, high quality clinical practice delivered consistently and within the medical standards and guidelines of PPAZ.


    Planned Parenthood Arizona services include an emphasis on family planning and reproductive health care, including the provision of birth control and comprehensive contraceptive counseling, testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, pregnancy testing, counseling and referral, HIV testing, annual exams, abortion care and more. In addition, PPAZ focuses on providing medically accurate sexuality education and training services throughout the state.


    Responsibilities:


    Participates in health center efforts to achieve established goals for productivity.


    Adheres to affiliate policies on professionalism, wait time in-clinic and on the phone, and the system for addressing client complaints.


    Participates in health center/affiliate efforts to achieve established revenue cycle goals.


    Accepts individual responsibility for, and works jointly with the Center Manager to achieve:


    -       Compliance with medical and agency policies and standards.


    -       Customer satisfaction, client access, client retention and clinical outcomes standards.


    -       Appropriate and adequate documentation of patient records to facilitate accurate charge capture and billing.


    Performs appropriate medical screening and procedures including, but not limited to, breast and pelvic examination. The latter includes speculum examination, bi manual examination, obtaining of materials for STI investigation, cytologic smears (and other specimens as indicated), and other types of more specialized screening procedures, as may be indicated by clinical protocol. Interprets laboratory data and orders appropriate additional laboratory investigations when indicated.


    Provides counsel and advice on family planning methods to patients and receives and handles patient questions and problems relating to these methods. Provides all methods of reversible birth control including, but is not limited to, diaphragm fittings, IUC insertions and removals, Contraceptive Implant insertion and removal, and dispensing contraceptive supplies and medications.


    Refers patients with abnormal conditions or other medical problems found on the examination to the supervising physician when not covered by standing orders. Makes and follows up other appropriate medical and social referrals, as indicated. Provides liaison with health and welfare agencies, as needed.


    Understands and participates in the referral/follow-up process. This includes: Maintaining adequate documentation of notification and follow up process as specified in the Clinical Protocol Manual.


    Provides unbiased objective information on abortion, adoption and parenting as requested by patient. Provides support and responds to inquiries from abortion patients. This includes screening calls from abortion patients and responding to the needs of the patient.


    Assists with training of staff in clinical standards, environmental maintenance, and health education. Maintains emergency response supplies and materials.


    Participates in the After Hours Call program based on a schedule created by PPAZ.


    Supervises trainees as scheduled.


    Participates in in-service educational activities of the agency, including quarterly clinician meetings.


    Participates in any research or clinical trials.


    Demonstrates flexibility and teamwork; understands the interaction between this position and others with whom this position works directly and indirectly.


    Qualifications



    • Current Arizona RN license and Arizona Advanced Practice Nursing Certificate with specialty training as a Women's Healthcare, Adult, or Family Nurse Practitioner.

    • One year OB/GYN experience setting, family planning experience preferred.

    • Public health experience helpful.

    • Bilingual a plus.

    • A strong personal commitment to and an ability to communicate about the goals and philosophy of Planned Parenthood is essential.


    Benefits


    PTO and paid holidays


    Medical, Dental, Vision


    Basic Life & AD&D - Paid by PPAZ


    STD, LTD, Supplemental Life


    Pet Insurance


    Optional matching 401k


     


    How to apply:


    Are you interested in bringing your expertise to Planned Parenthood Arizona? Please submit your resume, PPAZ will contact select applicants to conduct an initial phone screening.



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    • Are you looking for a place where you are valued for the work you do?

    • Does your passion for the SPMI and SUD population drive you?

    • Do you work to enhance the quality of life for individuals and families in our community through compassion?

    • Are you a strong team player, where you take care of your teammates like you do your clients and you’re ready to jump in when the time calls for it?


    Join AllHealth Network as our Behavioral Health Clinician on our ACT team and get excited to work with over 400 colleagues, 18,000 clients, in a passionate team environment, providing support to our SPMI and Substance Use Disorder (SUD) population. Your background working with co-occurring clients, 18 years and older, supporting them with CBT, Solution Focused and Family Therapy  


    Our Ideal Candidate:


    Licensed in the State of Colorado with a LMFT LPC, or LCSW and have one (1) plus years’ experience as clinician/therapist with well-rounded background and modalities working with SPMI and SUD populations.


    This position would be home-based and would require you to drive to the communities you would be working in. You will need a care in good working condition and a valid driver’s license.  


    If you have a CAC or LAC you would add value to the position and to the team.


     Goals and Objectives:



    • Build trusting relationships with clients and internal team

    • Promote a positive culture of recovery and support to clients

    • Contribute to a highly collaborative and supportive team

    • Provide appropriate evidence based modalities that support clients and their families

    • Build strong connection with clients in the community, meeting them where they are


    What’s In It For You: Benefits & Perks: 


    First, you would be joining on of Denver’s Top Places to Work! We are honored to receive this amazing designation and we know it is recognition from our engaged staff who believe they are taken care of, listened to, and believe they are part of something bigger.


    Our facility is approved by the Colorado Health Service Corps (CHSC), and we offer our employees the opportunity to participate in our Loan Repayment Program. Additionally, we provide a comprehensive compensation and benefits package which includes:


    • Positive, collaborative team culture


    • Competitive compensation structure

    • Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Basic Life and AD&D Insurance, Short- and Long-Term Disability Insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts

    • Retirement Savings 401k, company match up to 50% of the first 6% contributed

    • Excellent Paid Time Off & Paid Holidays Off

    • And more! 


     AllHealth Network is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), age, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, parental status, ancestry, disability, gender identity, veteran status, genetic information, other distinguishing characteristics of diversity and inclusion, or any other protected status.


    Company Description

    AllHealth Network (formerly known as Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network) is an organization that has been providing mental health and substance use counseling since 1955. We are deeply connected to our community in the south-Denver metro area. We are a mission-driven not-for-profit, private organization with a full array of clinical services available to all ages.

    We are a trusted family of mental health and substance use providers. Our warm, smart, compassionate clinicians (counselors, therapists, social workers, psychiatrists, case managers, nurses) offer a consistent model of clinical excellence with a focus on personalized goals for treatment. Whether this is your first call to seek services, a mental health emergency, or if you have been a client with us for years, our providers are here to serve you with an open heart and mind.

    C = Your neighborhood resource for...
    Care: We offer same day walk-in initial appointments in Littleton and Parker and 24/7 crisis care.
    Community: As a large community mental health center, we are able to offer mental health or substance use assessment appointments within 7 days of request.
    Connection: We help you build social connections and understand the importance of belonging.
    Crisis: our Walk-in Crisis center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide crisis evaluations for all ages.
    Conversation: We have almost 200 clinicians working in various programs across our Network—20 of whom are trained in Dr. Brené Brown’s The Daring WayTM to provide powerful conversation with clients who want to live freely and authentically.
    Counseling: Our highly skilled providers are trained in the latest, most effective, evidence-based practices with demonstrated outcomes.
    Co-Occurring: We offer co-occurring treatment for those dealing with both mental health and addiction.


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    Description


    PURSUE YOUR PASSION, Not Just another Job!


    Veterans Village of San Diego is looking for employees who are passionate about serving all veterans. Changing the life of a vet takes a whole lot of work. It also takes dedication and commitment to our motto: Leave No One Behind. But the rewards are out of this world! We work hard, but we also enjoy having fun together. If you wish to be a part of this team and are ready to work for a cause, not just a paycheck, then VVSD is the place to start!


    We are looking for a Licensed Clinician to support the Veterans Villas Permanent Supportive Housing Program. The Licensed Clinician would be responsible for assuring the delivery of quality therapeutic services and referrals to the Veterans and their families residing at Veterans Villas Permanent Supportive Housing Program.


    Responsibilities



    • Coordinates services with Veterans Villas case managers and works collaboratively to assist Veteran residents with resolving their individual and family concerns.

    • Conducts initial engagement and assessment of all incoming Veterans and their families

    • Provides initial screenings of Veteran residents and their families who request services to assess for risk factors, special needs and potential referrals.

    • Coordinates referrals as appropriate for individual, group, couple and family therapy upon request.

    • Provides psycho-educational group services including, but not limited to: life skills, parenting, mental health concerns, substance use, and trauma when appropriate.

    • Maintains clients’ clinical records in a timely and professional manner, consistent with the standard of care in the field.

    • Adheres to all legal and ethical guidelines of the clinician’s discipline, consistent with the laws of the State of California Board of Behavioral Sciences.

    • Other duties as assigned.


    Qualifications



    • Must be an LMFT, LCSW, or LPCC, licensed by the State of California with 1-3 years post-licensure experience with individuals, couples, families and groups.

    • Must have experience in working with substance use, trauma, and other mental health disorders.

    • Must be able to work with a diverse population and be part of a multidisciplinary team.

    • Must be familiar with local resources for mental health treatment, housing, and other concerns.

    • Must be an LMFT, LCSW, or LPCC, licensed by the State of California with 1-3 years post-licensure experience with individuals, couples, families and groups.

    • Must have experience in working with substance use, trauma, and other mental health disorders.

    • Must be able to work with a diverse population and be part of a multidisciplinary team.

    • Must be familiar with local resources for mental health treatment, housing, and other concerns.

    • Must be an LMFT, LCSW, or LPCC, licensed by the State of California with 1-3 years post-licensure experience with individuals, couples, families and groups.

    • Must have experience in working with substance use, trauma, and other mental health disorders.

    • Must be able to work with a diverse population and be part of a multidisciplinary team.

    • Must be familiar with local resources for mental health treatment, housing, and other concerns.

    • Must have an understanding of the challenges and barriers to self-sufficiency faced by members of the homeless community.

    • Must have an understanding of the Military Culture and experience with the Veteran population a plus.

    • Must have the ability to be a team player, while maintaining professional integrity and standards.

    • Must be able to read, write, and fluently communicate in English.

    • Must be knowledgeable in the area of risk assessment, crisis intervention, and de-escalating conflict.


    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:



    • Ability to bend and lift light objects.

    • Ability to sit for extended periods of time while viewing a computer monitor.

    • Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard.

    • Capable of hearing and speaking to exchange information

    • Capable of seeing to read reports and other data.

    • Must be able to work in a noisy, busy environment and be able to prioritize tasks as appropriate.


    Please Note:
    • • If you were a client of VVSD, you must have been out of all programs for a minimum of 2 years.
    • • Veterans Village of San Diego is an equal opportunity workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.



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    SEEKING A DEDICATED, CLINICIAN TO JOIN OUR COLLABORATIVE & CARING CLINICAL TEAM & MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUTH & FAMILIES LIVES!


     


    Catholic Community Services, Family Behavioral Health is looking for Clinicians who want to join our team of innovators who continually "push the envelope" and challenges traditional thinking in Behavioral Health.


     


    WHO ARE WE:


     


    We are a values-driven organization, providing family oriented mental health care for children, youth and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. With sites located in Tukwila, Tacoma, Olympia, Shelton, Bremerton, Aberdeen, Yelm, Vancouver, and Portland Oregon, we offer comprehensive intensive, Wrap-around mental health services to a diverse population for youth and families. We employ over 550 caring and compassionate employees. 


     


    WHAT WE VALUE:  

    Compassion  Diversity  Excellence  Justice  Stewardship


     


    We strive to help children and families live together safely and securely with hope and promise.  We serve as a catalyst for change when appropriate, challenging long-standing service traditions in community behavioral health.  We behave with Humility, Passion for our Mission, and Compassion and Respectful Interactions.   We value learning and offer alternatives and we stand strong to help child-serving systems understand our alternative paradigm while strengthening partnerships. We do not compromise our values.



    We provide family, strength-based mental health services for children and families in their own home and community.  Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope and promise, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. Clinicians work flexible schedules, based on their family’s needs, including evenings and weekends, in the home and community setting of the youth and families.  This unique way of working allows Clinicians the opportunity to offer a high level of collaboration, coordination and intensive behavior health services while allowing room for creativity and needs driven work. Emphasis is on achieving incredible outcomes with children, youth and families by actively partnering with them along with their natural and community services and supports to achieve long term safety and stability in our neighborhoods and communities. A full job description with qualifications will be shared with candidates identified for an interview. 




    • A Bachelor's degree in Behavioral Sciences, or equivalent, accredited degree; plus 1+ years directly related experience.

    • Demonstrate the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in multi-cultural situations. 

    • Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and current automobile insurance with an acceptable driving record per CCS policy.

    • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services. 

    • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice. 


    Preferred Qualifications:



    • Mental Health Professional (as defined by WAC 388-865).

    • Knowledge of Wraparound principles and practice. 


    WHAT WE OFFER: 



    • Opportunity to provide innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions in the community supporting youth and families.

    • Full-time employment, working hours to meet the family's needs with "Availability Pay" of $75.00 per pay period. 

    • Competitive compensation package with a starting wage of $25.17, plus DOE. 

    • Medical, dental, & vision insurance, retirement plans with generous paid time off.  

    • Supervision for licensing and licensing reimbursement.  

    • Extensive training (examples: De-Escalation, Safety, WISe, BRS, CPR and First Aide, and First Response).

    • Fully implemented Health Record system (CareLogic) with in-depth training. 

    • Supplemental Cancer, Hospitalization, and Critical Illness Insurance.


    ABOUT VANCOUVER


     


    Vancouver, nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade Mountains, on the north bank of the Columbia River with sweeping views of Mt. Hood is as naturally beautiful as it is diverse.  Vancouver, 10 miles from Portland, offers quality, affordable cost of living.  Enjoy all the area has to offer:



    • Positioned between Mount St. Helens, the Columbia River Gorge, and the Pacific Coast, Vancouver boasts a vast array of activities, scenic landscapes, and historic attractions.  Enjoy performing and visual in downtown art galleries, or music festivals and concerts. 

    • Explore the region with some of the most scenic trails, lakes, and rivers with millions of square acres of dedicated outdoor space with 191 area parks in Vancouver. Take a scenic drive through the hills of north Clark County, stop off at one of many wineries; or head to Moulton Falls to enjoy a scenic backdrop for a picnic.

    • Perhaps, you are a hardcore mountain biker looking to get some fresh air, a fisherman who enjoys landing the perfect salmon, a hiker of lush forests, a birdwatcher looking for a red-tailed hawk, or seeking to snowshoe at Mt. Helens – Vancouver USA is the place for you!   


    If you are passionate about providing strength-based mental health services for children, youth and their family, we would love to hear from you! Please visit our Careers Page at https://ccsww.org/careers/ . For additional questions, contact Karla Lacktorin, Regional Healthcare Recruiter, at karlal@ccsww.org or 253-325-2864.


     


    Note for Internal Candidates: reviews internal compensation and determines increase based on their experience and also agency internal equity factors.


     


    Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position.           


     


    Company Description

    The Family Behavioral Health system provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based services and supports centered around one predominant belief: Children need their families and families need their children. Whenever possible, children should grow up within their own families or extended families, and in their own communities. If separation from a parent or parents is unavoidable, we continue to work toward preserving the family relationship, and whenever possible, continue to focus efforts on reunification. In an intervention, which is truly family-driven and strengths-based, the framework is fairly simple. Initially, we find out what families need in order to stabilize and remain together. Subsequently, we work together with the child and family members, using a team-based approach to meet those needs, and we never give up.

    Family Behavioral Health therapists are well known for innovative therapeutic techniques and non-traditional interventions. Youth and families referred to us have generally experienced a number of traditional services without success. Our families tend to be those for whom nothing else has worked, and all other viable treatment alternatives have been exhausted. Many have all but given up on professional services, and our first task may be to help them see hope for change and growth. Rather than following a strict and prescriptive “model,” we offer individualized and tailored family-centered services, using a strengths-based and team-based collaborative approach. Natural supports are an integral component of every intervention.


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    Min QualificationsREQUIRED EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE:RN with two years of preferred clinical operating room, ICU, Cath Lab and other procedural areas RN experience. Must possess and maintain a current license or valid permit to practice in Texas. Current BLS required.JOB SUMMARY:Competent Clinician. Possesses knowledge and skill to meet standards for competent professional nursing practice as specified in the Texas Nurse Practice Act. Experienced, knowledgeable and skilled in specialty area. Competently functions as a member of the interdisciplinary team. Practice is characterized by predominantly interdependent and independent critical thinking decisions Practice is problem focused and patient centered in the manner care is provided. Provides safe and competent intraoperative patient care. Actively acquire knowledge and skills specific to patients undergoing a surgical procedure. Practice strong patient advocacy role and diligence in the preoperative review of documents and verification of surgical procedure, site and other critical safety checks prior to surgery. Safely circulate in emergent and urgent surgical cases and collaborate with physicians and other members of the surgical team during surgical time outs and debriefing procedures. Enforces aseptic and sterile techniques to all aspects of patient care. Effectively and safely operate highly specialize OR equipment Able to manage unexpected or emergency situations that are commonly seen in assigned specialty population. Serves as a resource for Nurse Clinician I or II. Can manage commonly seen contingency situations that arise on the clinical unit. Provides patient care through nursing practices based upon the American Nurses Association Standards of Practice, Nursing Process and UTMB s domains for competency and advancement: Professional Practice, Professional Performance and Association of Perioperative Nurses' (AORN) Standards. Values specialty unit, nursing, and institutional strategic initiatives and health system goals.Preferred Work ExperienceCurrent OR experience is requiredClosing Statement#Operating RoomEqual Employment OpportunityUTMB Health strives to provide equal opportunity employment without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information or veteran status. As a VEVRAA Federal Contractor, UTMB Health takes affirmative action to hire and advance women, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities. Req id: 71406 Associated topics: coronary, hospice, intensive care unit, nurse clinical, nurse rn, psychiatric, registed, surgery, tcu, unit


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    LHA is thriving private-owned organization that collaborates with self pay patients and Healthcare insurance agencies. Our goal is to connect you with supportive resources to strengthen your skills in order to attain your dream career. Our clientele is private based and are seen on our on-site facilities. or at the convenience of your home telemedicine. Full-time or Part-time at your availability.


     


    Job Description:


    We are seeking Bilingual (English/Spanish) Licensed Clinicians, LMHC, LMFT, and LCSW to join our upscale and highly professional team. Our offices are located in the three state-of-the art prime locations North Miami Beach, Coral Gables and Central Florida (Orlando). Our services have been featured on major television networks so we are looking for top rated professionals that are qualified to deliver excellent services to our client. We offer great networking opportunities and business resources that provide patient referrals on an on-going base’s. We have available part-time and full-time positions with flexible hours and schedules; some positions may qualify for remote work with a schedule that is designed by you. Join a winning team to jump-start your dream career!


     


    Responsibilities:


    • Establish open lines of communication for individuals with mental or emotional issues


    • Guide clients in the development of skills or strategies for dealing with their presenting concern


    • Collect client information through interviews and observations.


    • Implement and review treatment plans and monitor clients to evaluate treatment progress.


    • Maintain confidentiality of records relating to clients’ treatment.


    • Collaborate with other professionals to assess client's needs or plan treatments through weekly clinical


    meetings.


    • Ensure all documentation is completed in a timely manner.


     


    Qualifications:


    Active License in the state of Florida 3 years


    • Previous experience of 3 or more years in mental health counseling working with individuals, family or


    couple counseling with adolescent, adult and older adults.


    Company Description

    We are a licensed mental healthcare private practice that provides you with the necessary tools to make positive changes in your life. Our team of licensed professionals is committed to helping you in develop the necessary skills for coping with all of life’s challenges.

    We understand the need to educate our clients on the importance of their personal, communal, social, and even spiritual needs; all of which are keys to seeking and maintaining a balanced life. Additionally, we pride ourselves in offering total services (i.e. counseling, psychological testing, medication management, group therapy, and more).

    Our multilingual and culturally sensitive professionals are persistent in accompanying you on the journey towards achieving maximum success. In order to effectively impact our community and provide these services, we have established an office location in both Coral Gables & North Miami and Orlando office.


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    POSITION SUMMARY:


    Provide general medical care and treatment to patients in medical facility such as clinic, health center, or public health agency, under direction of Physician, be performing the following essential duties. Will be responsible of maintaining all records for documentation and quality.


    QUALIFICATIONS/SPECIFICATIONS:


    Education: Completion of an accredited Registered Nurse program. Completion of an Advanced Nurse Practitioner program (NP, PA or CNM). Master of Science in Nursing, preferred.


    Licensure/Certification/Registration: Current license to practice as an Advanced Practice Nurse in the state. National Certification to practice as an advanced Nurse Practitioner. Current CPR certification. Must have current state driver’s license and current automobile liability insurance.


    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. They are as follows:


    Position Duties



    • Perform a complete health history, including obstetric, gynecologic, contraceptive, medical, surgical, family health psychosocial and record findings accurately and succinctly.


    • Perform a comprehensive physical examination with special emphasis on the reproductive system including breast examination, pelvic examination, collection of the Papanicolaou and sexually transmitted infection specimens, microscopic diagnosis of vaginitis, bimanual and recto-vaginal examinations and other types of more specialized procedures as may be indicated by medical policy, experience and credentials/privileges.


    • Assess for evidence of domestic violence as well as sexual, verbal, physical or mental abuse.


    • Provide relevant health instruction to include family planning nutrition, sexual counseling and principles of health promotion and maintenance.


    • Collaborate with the health team and other community agencies and resources through joint planning and coordination of activities in providing comprehensive care (e.g. physicians, local health departments, social service, nutritionist, and parent education groups.)


    • Order, interpret and evaluate tests to identify and assess patient clinical problems and health care needs.


    • Discuss case with Lead clinician and/or Medical Director as necessary to prepare comprehensive patient care plan.


    • Submit health care plan, treatment and documentation of individual patients for periodic review and evaluation by Medical Director.


    • Order appropriate treatments, medications consistent with Standards and Guidelines, CDC STI Guidelines, Drug Formulary, and the Department of Health Services of the State of Texas Standards of Care.


    • Perform patient evaluation and follow-up along with related medical duties participating in a team approach to patient care of abnormal pap smears, positive STI tests or other abnormal findings or tests.


    • Interpret medical policies and procedures to staff as necessary, supervise the performance of center staff and assure adequate training consistent with objectives.


    • Communicate change or updates in agency protocol, policies and procedures to center staff.


    • Refer patients to physicians for consultation or to specialized health resources for diagnosis/treatment.


    • Bilingual Preferred.



    Company Description

    Our Mission is to provide education, advocacy, and affordable, high-quality health care so women and men in our community can access the sexual and reproductive health services they need.

    At Access Esperanza Clinics, we offer opportunities and hope for people to plan their futures and stay healthy. You can count on us for quality, affordable, and confidential care at all of our Health Clinics.

    Access Esperanza Clinics will provide family planning and preventive health care services to about 15,000 patients at our five clinics throughout Hidalgo County. An additional 10,000 people will be reached through educating the community about healthy relationships, family life planning, and clinics services. The majority of our patients are low-income, and most report Access Esperanza Clinics as their only health care provider.


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    We Need State Licensed LCSW, LMFT, LPC, LADC Clinicians with Substance Abuse Experience for Telehealth IOP and OP. Must have at least a Master's Degree. You can work from home and assist men and women recover from drugs and alcohol.



    • Must complete and maintain accurate records or reports regarding the patients' histories and progress, services provided, and all per Lionrock's mission and guidelines.

    • Provides a full-range of supportive SUD services including brief individual counseling, intensive counseling, case management, and consultations to support strength-based discharge planning and continuity of care.

    • Participates in case conferencing with clinical supervisor and director to assess client needs, progress, documentation, and exit planning.

    • Prepares all related treatment documentation in accordance with applicable organizational and state standards in a clear, thorough, and timely manner. Experience with electronic health records essential.

    • Intervenes as an advocate for clients to resolve emergency problems in crisis situations. Provide client and/or family members with information about addiction issues and about available services or programs, making appropriate referrals when necessary.

    • Communicating with service providers outside of the organization to market, refer, and collaborate enhancing client care.


    Performs other duties as assigned.


    Minimum Requirements:



    • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in a mental health related field such as Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, Marriage and Family Counseling with course work and experience in the treatment of substance use disorders. Must have licensure that allows for counselor to assist clients unsupervised.

    • State licensure as a Clinical Mental Health Social Worker, Professional ounselor, or MFT. Certification as an Alcohol & Drug Counselor (if claiming license eligibility, applicant must be able to provide proper documentation). Two (2) year licensed experience providing SUD services in an inpatient or outpatient setting is preferred.

    • Ability to work in crisis situations in a professional and mature manner.

    • Strong counseling, CBT, and motivational interviewing skills. Ability to apply evidence-based therapeutic interventions as well as an understanding of traditional community supports in substance use disorder treatment essential.

    • Must be able to work individually and in a team environment. High degree of time management skill desired.

    • Must be available to schedule client video tele-counseling sessions in a private office space. Home offices are acceptable provided that clinicians represent the agency in a professional manner.

    • Above average verbal and writing skills essential as most company and client communication is completed via email.

    • Must be able to develop clear and concise reports in a timely manner. Experience with Electronic Medical Records desired.

    • Strong ability to work with computers and software desired. Must agree to maintain computer and internet accessibility as these are essential to providing online counseling services.


    Company Description

    About Us: Lionrock Recovery (www.lionrockrecovery.com) is a Joint Commission-accredited telehealth company providing treatment for substance use disorders based in Northern California, provides telecounseling services to clients in an on-line intensive outpatient/outpatient substance use disorder treatment program. Responsible for provision of full-range of substance use disorder outpatient treatment services from comprehensive assessment, treatment planning, supportive counseling and case management as well as aftercare planning, individual psychotherapy, and crisis evaluation and support. Accepts new clients in-state as assigned by the Lionrock admissions department, with a commitment to follow through with client treatment from admission to discharge. Because this is online treatment, you must have experience using a computer for your work. Google Doc familiarity, Spreadsheets, Documentation, & Secure Email. Primary Duties and Responsibilities (via videoconferencing and electronic medical records).


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    Oxford's growing multi-provider behavioral health counseling practice, is experiencing an increase in referral volume, which offers its clinicians the ability to work as much as they would like. Immediate caseload will be provided to the clinician hired. Existing caseload is welcomed, but not necessary. We are seeking a FULLY LICENSED contractual outpatient mental health psychotherapist - outpatient therapist. We are a multi-disciplinary private outpatient mental health counseling, social work, and substance abuse practice providing services to individuals, couples, teens, and families.


    GLIO Counseling Group currently has a part-time job opportunity for a contractual outpatient behavioral health psychotherapist.


    All candidates MUST posses at minimum, a MASTER'S DEGREE and have a full/independent license as a: Licensed Professional Counselor LPC - Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist LMFT - Limited Licensed Psychologist LLP - Licensed Master Social Worker LMSW - Licensed Clinical Social Worker LCSW - Licensed Psychologist LP.


    Company Description

    Good news! We continue to grow and have a need for another contractual outpatient clinician! GLIO Counseling Group is honored to support Oxford and its surrounding communities! Our community voted our group "Best of the Best" 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019 in the category of psychology. We are seeking to add another experienced clinician who is passionate in providing outpatient mental health services to our community.


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    EMERGENCY SERVICES CLINICIANGoochland Powhatan Community Services is seeking a full-time ES Clinician.Master’s Degree in human services field & License or License Eligible required. Certified Pre-screener highly preferred.Hours Monday Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm with NO ON-CALL responsibilities.See www.Gpcsb.Org for details and application, or call (804) 556-5400.Deadline 8/14/20.EOE.We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to equal treatment of all employees without regard to race, national origin, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, physical or mental disability or other basis protected by law.recblid e8rc9nku2d9c0muv206unrg0f7z7os


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    POSITION SUMMARY: The Mental Health Clinician provides counseling services for residents and families. The Mental Health Clinician performs client focused resource coordination activities to ensure clients receive comprehensive care. This position requires a person with knowledge of parenting, child development, adolescent growth and development, and ability to communicate effectively with families. The Mental Health Clinician must also have background and knowledge of trauma and the effect it has on child development. The Mental Health Clinician must possess training and group facilitation skills, knowledge of related community resources, and the ability to collaborate with other community organizations and agencies.


     


    JOB QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE: California licensed or licensed eligible Registered Associate with Masters’ degree (MA or MS) or equivalent in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, or related field: Bi-lingual in Spanish is preferred. Both education and experience must meet the following experience criteria: • Exemplary attendance records. • Demonstrated ability to keep accurate and complete charts, client records, required data forms and processes. • Demonstrated ability to perform additional duties such as facilitating client support groups, individual or group counseling, health education, child development activities and/or training. • Demonstrated ability to represent the agency in a professional manner with collaborative groups.


     


    RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Perform mental health, substance abuse and other risk assessments in accordance with program standards. 2. Develop counseling interventions in coordination with the client and/or their family. 3. Provide individual, family and group counseling. 4. Identify community resources, provide linkages to services, and coordinate services for clients. 5. Make referrals to appropriate services and follow up on referrals of targeted clients through phone calls, letters, and home visits; encourage and assist them in seeking appropriate care. 6. Complete comprehensive assessments, treatment plans, progress notes and other documentation in a timely manner. 7. Complete written documentation to program standards. 8. Meet billing requirements as set by the agency. 9. Participate in weekly individual and group supervision as required. 10. Attend trainings to expand knowledge of current intervention options.



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