Mental Health Counselor (Teens & Adults) 

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We are seeking 3 clinicians to become part of our expanding services to Teens and Adults. Population includes individuals and families from ages 13 and up.

 

Typical client profiles include all socioeconomic backgrounds, family compositions and configurations, sexual and gender identities.

 

The primary focus of your work would be on providing individual, family and group therapy, as well as opportunities for psycho-educational presentations.

 

Common diagnostic issues include but are not limited to: Depression, Anxiety, Life Transitions, Sexuality and Gender Issues, Trauma, PTSD, Bipolar and Dual Diagnosis.

 

​ Best candidates will possess skills in working with trauma, PTSD, be trained in EMDR, Brain Spotting, IFS, person centered work, CBT, DBT, ACT and/ or other applicable experience/ training. 

Current client requests for services include:  *Fluency in Spanish *Christian counselors *Disordered Eating & Eating Disorders *Couples * LGBTQ+ *Therapy Groups *Post-Partum

Qualifications

Basic and Preferred

Basic Qualifications
 

Education
 

  • Masters level degree or higher required (M.Coun, MFT, MS Coun Educ, MCSW, etc.)

 

License, Certification, Registration
 

  • Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Social Worker, or Licensed Psychologist (Oregon),

  • OR

  • Professional Counselor Associate, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate with ability to obtain license within 3 yrs of hire.

 

Experience

 

Minimum one year of clinical experience.

Preferred Qualifications
 

  • Establish a service or treatment plan for individuals served based on assessment of needs and develop practical suggestions for change

  • Conduct assessments in the areas of mental status, personality, behavioral response patterns, relationships, and family interactions

  • Conduct activity and participation-based interventions and approaches developed from training materials, experience, families’ successes, and peers

  • Provide a closure and aftercare plan for each family/individual

  • Build and maintain positive relationships with personnel from referring/collateral agencies, guiding families in their interaction with such agencies and other community organizations as needed; provide referrals to services and resources on behalf of families.

  • Thorough knowledge of psychosocial diagnostic categories and treatment approaches including evidence-based treatment modalities, suicide assessment, and therapeutic crisis intervention

  • Working knowledge of legal requirements for reporting or disclosure of suicidal or homicidal risks among minors and suspected abuse of protected individuals.

  • Strong interpersonal communication and problem-solving skills

  • Rapidly establish rapport with a diverse population of clients presenting with a wide range of psychiatric, social and emotional difficulties

  • Process and communicate in a manner that is sensitive and appropriate to the cultural, linguistic and psychological needs of clients, families and other healthcare team members.

  • Function effectively as a member of a collaborative team despite potential disagreements or conflict.

  • Identify and respond to changes in policies, regulations, and procedures which can impact the client, or clinician.

  • Ability to use electronic medical record – familiarity with Theranest.

  • Working knowledge of relevant outcome measures.

  • Familiarity with Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing or other trauma focused modality, Internal Family Systems, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

  • Proficient electronic mail communication skills (Microsoft Suite familiarity).

  • Proficient computer skills in windows applications.

Compensation

Benefits

Outstanding Compensation

•    Licensed Clinicians: $80,000-99,000/yr + bonus opportunities

•    Clinical Supervisors: base pay listed above plus differential

•    Post-graduate, registered associates: $60,000 – 78,000/yr + bonus opportunities

•    Bilingual: applicable base pay + differential

  • Four Day Work Week          

 

  • Reasonable Case Loads       

 

  • Continuing Education Benefit

 

  • Creative work schedules (days, eve’s, Sat., in Office and Telehealth options)

 

  • Free Supervision for Licensure              

 

  •  Paid Time Off         

 

  • Retirement Benefit (IRA)                   

 

  • Health Insurance (includes vision & dental)           

 

  • Short-term & Long-Term Disability & Life Insurance Options

 

  • Wellness Program

Instructions 

Applications Should Include:

 

  • Cover letter describing why JMtC is appealing to you and sharing the focus of your work.

  • Current resume

  • Links to Google docs are appreciated. Be sure to make your docs viewable!

 

Qualified candidates will be contacted to participate in a brief pre-screening phone interview.

 

Further screening for strongest candidates will include:

 

  • Full panel interview

  • Agency Background Check with the Oregon Health Authority.

  • May also be required to participate in a pre-employment personality screening.

 

Cover letter should be addressed to both of the following:

  • Director: Jim Mockaitis, MS, MS, LPC, ACS (Oregon)

  • Clinical Director: Greg Lamont, MS, LPC, ACS (Oregon)