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  • Saturday, February 10, 2024 7:20 PM | Malorie Marti

    BLUE RIDGE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH is currently seeking a Maryland Licensed (or License-eligible) therapist to join our thriving multidisciplinary group practice of social workers, professional counselors, psychologists, and psychiatrists.

    We provide comprehensive psychological and psychiatric services for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families, including the following coordinated services: individual therapy, family therapy, couple’s therapy, parenting therapy, group therapy and psychiatric medication evaluation and management. Our practice has a large referral base and collaborative relationships with area providers due to our long history of excellent care.

    This is an Excellent Opportunity for a Therapist Seeking the Following:

    • Full-time Position in Highly Respected Multi-Disciplinary Private Practice

    • 100% Outpatient Care

    • Control of One’s Schedule – No Required Weekends/Holidays

    • Community Visibility with Multiple Referral Sources

    • Limited Managed Care Exposure

    • Excellent Earning Potential

    • A Supportive and Collaborative Environment

    • Clinical Meetings

    • Administrative/Billing Support

    • Opportunity for Shared Ownership Requirements

    • Psychologists: a PhD or PsyD from an APA-accredited Clinical Psychology program and an internship specializing in Clinical Adult or Child Psychology

    • Social Workers and Professional Counselors: a Master’s Degree from an accredited program, with specialization in the area of adults or children

    • All Applicants must be Maryland Licensed or nearing license eligibility

    • At least 2 years of post-licensure experience preferred

    • Specialized training and experience in the treatment of couples and families preferred

    Blue Ridge Behavioral Health is a great place to work, and Frederick County is a great place to live. To learn about what Frederick has to offer, please visit www.visitfrederick.org and www.frederickcountymd.gov

    A completed application will include a CV/Resume and cover letter indicating interest and areas of specialization, sent to: BRBH Search Committee llepeonka@blueridgebehavioralhealth.com or Fax to: 301-694-7906

  • Monday, October 09, 2023 5:06 PM | Dr Magalie Brewer

    Hiring part time therapists interested in joining a multidisciplinary team of professionals dedicated to the empowerment and growth of clients in our community. 


    Virtual and clinic based positions available. Those with experience and expertise will be considered for management level positions to meet the growth and demand of our clientele and program offerings.


    Based in Columbia and Bowie, MD

    www.mpbhealth.com

  • Thursday, September 21, 2023 11:56 PM | Carolyn Simms

    Your Safe Space 

    wants to add you to the Team.

     We are seeking LCPC's, LGPC's, and interns.

    (flexible schedules and supervision available)

    Are you:

    *Looking to learn information in areas that students do not gain much insight?

    *Learn new techniques?

    *Develop your skills?

    Join me to learn the Practice and the Business side of Therapy and Counseling to include techniques, rapport, billing, credentialing, niches, maximizing income sources, accreditation, collaborations, and more. 

    Contact us at admin@yoursafespace.org to inform us of your interest.

    301-459-0708

    301-209-7233

    C. Simms, LCPC is an Maryland Board Approved Supervisor

  • Wednesday, September 13, 2023 10:35 AM | Laurie Mombay

    The Montgomery County Department of Correction and Rehabilitation is seeking a licensed Therapist to work for the department's Medical and Behavioral Health Services Division. The Therapist's primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to: providing direct psychotherapy, clinical case management, crisis intervention, group therapy, and assessment and diagnostic evaluation and treatment for the inmates at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility in Boyds, MD. Schedules vary and there are several positions open. Position is open to LGPCs. Montgomery County Government offers excellent benefits, competitive salary, opportunities for advancement, paid CEUs, and this position is eligible for a public safety pension. If selected for this position, you would be part of an amazing team of excellent clinicians who provide great support for their clients and for one another. 

    Skills we are looking for include the following:

    • Experience providing crisis intervention;
    • Experience conducting suicide assessment;
    • Experience providing clinical therapeutic services;
    • Experience treating clients with mental health and substance abuse disorders and;
    • Experience working with individuals with behavioral health needs.

    Salary range: Minimum: $70,119- Maximum $112,267

    Please contact Laurie Mombay, laurie.mombay@montgomerycountymd.gov, for any questions. You may apply online at https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/HR/Recruitment/MCGCareers.html




  • Friday, September 08, 2023 10:36 PM | Thalia Bishop
    Applicants must hold a master’s degree (minimum of 60 credits) or a doctoral degree (minimum of 90 credits) in a professional counseling or related field from an accredited educational institution approved by the Board. Licensed as an LGPC in the state of Maryland.

    Job Type
    Part Time Employee (W2)

    Pay Rate
    Commensurate with experience
     
    About Us
    Phoenix Wellness Services LLC primarily works with adolescents and adults providing therapy and evaluation services in a culturally inclusive environment. We offer  educational services (e.g., clinician training) and a dedication to addressing social justice issues (e.g., advocacy) for individuals from marginalized/underrepresented communities. Phoenix Wellness Services LLC aims to provide services that are LGBTQIA+ inclusive and are committed to supporting the BIPOC community. We work with clients of all ages, genders, religions, gender identities/expressions, economic backgrounds, and ability status.
     
    What We Offer
    We are committed to providing the following, including but not limited to:
    •    Supervision - Individual and Group
    •    Complimentary attendance to trainings sponsored by Phoenix Wellness Services LLC (Earn Continuing Education Credits/APA Approved Sponsor)
    •    Opportunity to provide culturally competent and inclusive services to adolescents and adults from various communities/backgrounds
    •    Options to provide services to clients in office, remotely (teletherapy), and/or hybrid
    •    Client screening/referrals, along with flexibility related to scheduling and client caseload.
     
    Clinician Duties
    •    Ability to provide culturally sensitive therapy services (under supervision) for individuals, couples, and groups
    •    Work with client and supervisor to determine diagnosis and create a collaborative treatment plan
    •    Complete and submit client documentation in electronic medical records in a timely manner (e.g., preliminary intake, progress notes, treatment plans, discharge summaries, etc.).
    •    Assisting clients with managing barriers to committing to therapy, including financial limitations, physical barriers (e.g., transportation), and balancing seeking care versus stigmas related to mental health/therapy
    •    Maintain and provide confirmation of liability insurance (minimum amount of coverage is $1,000,000/$3,000,000)
    •    Evening and/or weekend availability is a plus
     
    Contact
    Please email CV and letter of interest to careers@phoenixwellnessllc.com
    Thalia Y. Bishop, PsyD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist (Maryland)
    Approved Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor Supervisor
    Phoenix Wellness Services LLC
    10 E North Avenue, Suite 10
    Baltimore, MD 21202

  • Tuesday, August 29, 2023 6:40 PM | Alicia Medina

    Greater Chesapeake is looking for a therapist for a remote position. We use Therapy Notes EHR. Must be willing to see adults and children. Must have evening availability since you will be scheduled to see children. Adults can be scheduled during the day. Saturdays are paid at a higher rate. The position is remote; however we have 2 office locations in the Baltimore Metro Area if you ever want to see your patients in person. This is a 1099 Contractor Position. We will consider an LGPC ($40-$65 per hour) and we'll pay for your Supervision. Please email your resume to info@gchw.org if interested.

    Our work environment includes:

    • Work-from-home days
    • Growth opportunities
    • Regular social events
    • On-the-job training
    • Flexible working hours

    Responsibilities:

    • Communicate with clients and families to assess their needs and determine treatment options.
    • Develop a treatment plan with the client and his or her family.
    • Address mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and substance abuse.
    • Work with clients and their families to reduce symptoms and improve quality of life.
    • Educate clients about the nature of mental illness, its treatment, and available resources.
    • Counsel clients on topics such as communication problems, family relationships, and stress management.
    • Aid in the development of individualized discharge plans that outlines treatment goals, including future care or treatment needs.
    • Work collaboratively within GCHW on interdisciplinary teams as well as with other outside agencies to support the individual client.

    Job Type: Part-time

    Salary: $80.00 - $115.00 per hour

    Schedule:

    • Choose your own hours
    • Evening shift

    License/Certification:

    • LCPC, LGPC from Maryland (Required)

    Work Location: Hybrid remote in Baltimore, MD 21239


  • Tuesday, August 08, 2023 1:13 PM | Brittny Sharrow

    Home

    Rate of Pay: $31.03 - $31.03

    Job Description - The person in this position is responsible for individual, group and family counseling for youth up to 24 years, and their families. The Clinical Counselor is responsible for completing all documentation, notes and requirements as outlined by state, county and city regulations for operating a Youth Service Bureau. The Counselor will perform their duties under the direction of the Clinical Director.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties maybe assigned.

    Provide individual, family and group counseling and other counseling programs.

    Provide crisis intervention.

    Maintain client caseload as determined by the Clinical Director.

    Complete appropriate clinical notes, and other mandated documentation as outlined by state, county and city regulations for operating a Youth Service Bureau;

    Collaborate with members of the community e.g. school personnel, human service agencies, police, other government agencies and the general public in the provision of care to clients.

    Maintain professional certifications.

    Attend meetings, conferences, workshops and training sessions and review publications and audio-visual materials to become and remain current on the principles, practices and new developments in assigned work areas.

    Conduct community outreach activities and educational services as needed.

    Attend staff/case presentation/supervision meetings.

    Supervise other employees as needed.

    Willingly and cooperatively accepts other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS – The minimum eligibility requirements for this position are as follows:

    EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE - Minimum of master’s degree in social work, Marriage and Family Therapy, Counseling Psychology or related field. MD state professional license (LCSW-C, LCMFT or LCPC). Graduate licenses will be considered. At least two years of clinical experience, with a background in Family Counseling.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES – The person in this position must have:

    A thorough knowledge of cognitive behavior therapy, psychology, human behavior and group dynamics.

    Ability to communicate effectively and analyze and respond to problems and individuals in crisis.

    Ability to speak, read and write in English and Spanish.

    Must successfully pass CPS and criminal background check.

    Must be available to work flexible hours.

    Knowledge of relevant department, local, state, and federal rules and regulations governing the program.

    Thorough knowledge of counseling theory and practice, including group counseling and crisis management.

    Substantial knowledge of confidentiality law.

    Ability to diffuse and effectively handle crises situations, including threats of suicide, homicide, and physical harm.

    Ability to function independently.

    Ability to communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing, using both technical and non-technical language.

    Integrity, ingenuity, and inventiveness in the performance of assigned tasks.

    MUST BE ABLE TO PASS A PRE-EMPLOYMENT PHYSICAL examination, INCLUDING DRUG SCREEN, AND A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK.

    The City of Laurel is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF UP-TO-DATE COVID-19 VACCINATION PRIOR TO YOUR START DATE

    Please apply at https://www.cityoflaurel.org/baps/jobs

  • Tuesday, August 08, 2023 1:11 PM | Brittny Sharrow

    Home

    Job Status: Full-Time

    Rate of Pay: $33.52 - $33.52

    Status: Accepting Applications

    Job Description

    SUMMARY – The person in this position is responsible for individual, group and family counseling for youth up to 24 years, and their families. The Spanish Speaking Clinical Counselor I is responsible for completing all documentation, notes and requirements as outlined by state, county, and city regulations for operating a Youth Service Bureau. This position requires proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking the Spanish language. The person in this position provides individual, group and family counseling for youth, adults, and families. Services may be provided in-office, via telehealth, or in the community on a flexible schedule. Work involves extensive interaction with community and human service agencies, police departments, government agencies, schools, and the general public. The person must be available to work two evenings per week and will perform their duties under the supervision of the Clinical Director.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

    • Developing and facilitating psycho-educational groups in schools and in the community, recruiting group members and handling logistics associated with program.

    • Providing substance use assessments.

    • Providing crisis intervention and short-term informal counseling over the phone and to walk-in clients.

    • Provide information/referral resources and referring cases to other service agencies when appropriate.

    • Conducting community outreach activities and educational services as needed.

    • Maintaining documentation on all cases to include intake summaries, treatment plans, session notes, and other mandated documentation as outlined by state and federal regulation.

    • Completing appropriate clinical notes, and other mandated documentation as outlined by state, county, and city regulations for operating a Youth Service Bureau.

    • Maintaining strict privacy and confidentiality of patient information in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.

    • Collaborating with members of the community e.g., school personnel, human service agencies, police, other government agencies and the public in the provision of care to clients.

    • Preparing and summarizing data and information for the preparation of routine and non-routine work reports.

    • Advocating for and supporting client well-being and growth through collaborations with school personnel, other human service organizations, police, government agencies etc.

    • Providing individual, family and group counseling.

    • Representing the agency and city at various meetings on local and county levels.

    • Maintaining professional certifications, staying updated on pertinent Federal and State statutes and City ordinances.

    • Attending staff meetings and development programs, agency trainings or consultations, and weekly case supervision sessions.

    • Attending conferences, workshops, and training sessions; reviewing publications and audio-visual materials; remaining current on the principles, practices, and new developments in assigned work areas.

    • Willingly and cooperatively accepts other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES – This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    Background - Applicant must also complete a background examination that may include, but is not limited to, a criminal history check, education and professional certification verification, credit check and drug testing before employment with the City.

    Education and Experience – Graduation from an accredited college or university with a master’s degree in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, Counseling or Clinical Psychology or related fields. Background in family counseling with at least one year of clinical experience, or any combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job.

    Certificates, Licenses, Registrations – Must possess a current and valid license as a mental health professional (Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist, or Licensed Certified Social Worker – Clinical) with a background in family counseling. Graduate licensees will be considered. Must possess a current and valid Class “C” Maryland driver’s license, or a comparable driver’s license issued by the employee’s state of residence, and a proven safe driving record. Must possess or be able to attain the following certification in the National Incident Command System (ICS) within six months of employment: ICS-100, ICS-700.

    Please apply at https://www.cityoflaurel.org/baps/jobs


  • Monday, July 17, 2023 1:37 PM | Dr Pauline Belton

    Open Conversations: Counseling and Assessments is a group private practice looking to grow a dedicated team of professional individuals who are eager to help others achieve their goals for living a healthy, happy lifestyle.

    The clinicians in our practice work in several specialty areas to individual, family, group and couples therapy.  

    We are specifically looking for candidates who have experience working with/ want to work with youth, families, couples, trauma and life transition challenges. This position is currently hybrid (in-person and virtual).

    ​Therapist Qualifications/Skills:

    • Honest, ethical, reliable, and kind
    • Solid written and verbal communication skills
    • Strong interpersonal skills
    • Excellent communication and listening skills
    • Ability to build rapport quickly
    • Detail oriented
    • Ability to communicate with compassion and empathy
    • Strong ability to manage time and prioritize tasks
    • Have strong organizational skills to manage their clients and scheduling
    • Opportunity to build a case load over time

    ​Licensing Required: LGPC*, LGMFT*, LCPC, LMFT, LCSW-C

    Other Requirements: Part time clinicians must be able to work a minimum of 13 hours a week, and full time clinicians must be able to work a minimum of 24 hours per week. Clinicians must be willing to work with insurance (we will get you credentialed) and self-pay clients.

    *Supervision is provided, Professional Consultation for newly Licensed LCPCs, Group and Team Meetings

    Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

    Salary: $50.00 - $60.00 per hour

    Health benefits packages are for full-time employees only, however limited benefits are available for part-time employees who work a minimum of 18 hours.

    Benefits: CareFirst Medical, Dental and Vision

    • 401(k)
    • Employee assistance program
    • Flexible schedule
    • Health insurance
    • Paid time off after one year
    • Birthday PTO after one year
    • Professional development assistance
    • Health & Wellness Benefit

    Contact Dr Pauline Belton, LCPC-ACS, BCHT at drbelton@openconversationsllc.com or 240-360-4765

  • Monday, July 10, 2023 11:47 AM | Christina Kirby

    We are professional, supportive, fun and our goal is to break the stigma surrounding mental health and mental health treatment.

    This position offers a great work/life balance, flexible hours and the opportunity to work with some amazing people.

    Job duties include:

    • Perform initial evaluations of client needs and develop customized treatment plans.

    • Provide individuals with the resources they need to reach personal goals.

    • Monitor client progress and modify their treatment plans as needed.

    • Coordinate with social and medical agencies, healthcare providers and community outreach programs to provide clients with needed services.

    • Provide referrals for services needed outside the scope of Just Ducky.

    • Complete continuing education courses to maintain licensure and stay up-to-date on the latest practices.

    EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

    • Degree required: Master’s Degree Psy D or PhD in Social Work or Counseling

    • Licensure Required: Licensure in the state of Maryland.

    • Preferred: Two years of experience in outpatient mental health services with adults, and/ or adolescents.

    Job Type: Contract

    Contact Christina Kirby with your resume at ckirby@justduckybehavioralhealth.com or by phone at 443-942-1451


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