Opportunities for Impact
Our mission is to expand access to relationally-focused interventionists on main street. Our outpatient clinics have a reputation for clinical excellence, and we would be honored to learn more about you.
While we’re always interested in meeting talented individuals who are passionate about the mental health field, here is a list of available opportunities to join our organization.
Psychiatrist (or NP/CNS)
Integrated into a multidisciplinary outpatient team, psychiatric providers play an essential role evaluating and treating patients. Psychiatric providers enjoy access to in-house psychological testing and benefit from a strong referral base and organization structure. Flexible schedule; no call.Learn More
Mental Health Professional
Our clinic is known for its distinctive approach to psychotherapeutic intervention that integrates developmental, systemic, experiential, and trauma-informed models. In addition to their outpatient psychotherapy caseload, Mental Health Professionals serve as local clinical experts among our staff— resources on best practices and ethics unique to outpatient work. Our clinic realizes the distinctive role relationally-focused interventionists serve within the mental health profession.Learn More
Licensed Psychologists report to the Clinical Director. This position will include carrying a caseload of psychotherapy clients in addition to providing intermittent administrative supervision, clinical supervision, and didactics within the clinic’s training program. Job duties include but are not limited to…Learn More
Executive Assistant to CEO
The Executive Assistant is responsible for providing secretarial assistance to the chief executive officer and executive management staff, performing a variety of complex clerical functions. This person serves as the primary point of contact for internal and external constituencies on all executive matters, and will also coordinate various community relations initiatives.Learn More
The Office Manager functions as a receptionist, and their primary role involves administrative support.Learn More
Assistant Clinical Director (Outpatient)
The Assistant Clinical Director of Outpatient Services (ACD) plans, develops, manages, and oversees the administration of outpatient behavioral health clinic operations and services which involve approximately 25-35 clinicians across four sites. In conjunction with subordinate Outpatient Program Managers, professional-level and administrative-level staff, the ACD maintains and enforces acceptable professional and ethical standards of the facility’s clinical staff according to the Leadership Team’s clinical vision. The ACD also serves in a consultative role to outpatient managers and staff clinicians. They participate in strategic planning and committee activities as assigned. The ACD also monitors provider activity and manages for clinical effectiveness and productivity.Learn More