Psychologist – Integrated Primary Care Behavioral Health

Overview

Now offering a $5000 signing bonus! Lorenz Clinic is seeking Licensed Psychologists to add to our growing Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH) team! The position is full-time and will provide clinical services in a clinic- and hospital-based (co-located) IBH program in Glencoe, MN. A doctoral degree in psychology and independent licensure is required. Licensed Psychologists report to the Outpatient Program Manager. This position will include carrying a caseload of psychotherapy clients in addition to providing intermittent consultation to primary care physicians. Psychologists with special competency with IBH, children or families as well as bilingual candidates are especially encouraged to apply.

The Clinic

Lorenz Clinic is a group private practice focused on the mental health needs of children, families, and adults. While the majority of our services are provided under the umbrella of managed care, we have community partnerships that allow us to service those without insurance. Located on the edge of the Minneapolis Metropolitan area, our six locations (Victoria, Chaska, Prior Lake, Rosemount, Wayzata, and now Glencoe) are located on the edge of the Minneapolis Metropolitan area, providing needed access to psychological services for both suburban and rural communities. In addition to its overall clinical mission, the clinic hosts a clinical training program. The clinic is actively developing a vertically-integrated model of care that includes home-based, outpatient, day treatment, medication management, and PCBH.  Psychologists with special competency with PCBH, children or families as well as bilingual candidates are especially encouraged to apply.

Some aspects of this position can be performed remotely, though the PCBH aspect of the position requires in-person care and professional collaboration.

Key Responsibilities

Licensed Psychologists report to the Outpatient Program Manager. This position will include carrying a caseload of psychotherapy clients in addition to providing intermittent consultation to primary care physicians.  Job duties include but are not limited to:

  • Carrying patient caseload as defined by clinic
  • The provision of psychological services including conducting diagnostic assessments, treatment planning, psychotherapy, psychological testing, and discharge planning for patients of the clinic
  • The provision of clinical and administrative supervision as requested by Training Director
  • Attending and participating in monthly case consultation, Grand Rounds, business meetings, and other meetings as required by Clinic
  • Compliance with clinic documentation standards
  • Compliance with licensing board rules and APA Code of Ethics
  • Maintain professionalism in all interactions with staff, patients, and business associates of clinic
  • Assisting in intermittent peer reviews of patient files
  • Adherence to directives by Leadership Team and other duties as assigned

Major Requirements

  • A doctoral degree in psychology from an APA accredited academic program
  • Full, unrestricted licensure as a psychologist in Minnesota
  • Evidence of formal, doctoral-level coursework in clinical supervision
  • Full Covid-19 vaccination status or recorded exemption
  • At least 2 years providing clinical supervision (preferred)
  • At least 2 years experience working in integrated care, PCBH, or rural settings (preferred)
  • Formal training in family therapy (preferred)
  • Previous experience operating within managed care provider networks (preferred)
  • Flexibility to meet when patients are available to meet (usually requires one or two evenings)

Other Requirements

  • Well-defined psychotherapeutic and supervisory theoretical orientations that are based on science
    • Ability to utilize empirically-validated treatment models based on best professional practices and standards
  • Strong clinical acumen
  • Ability to conduct and supervise psychological testing
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team
  • Excellent interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills
  • Ability and willingness to provide services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, groups, or families
  • Ability to respect diversity and integrate issues of culture into case conceptualizations
  • Ability to engage with patients who may be ambivalent about treatment
  • Ability to adapt interventions to patients’ strengths, skills, and developmental levels
  • Commitment to empowering patients to solve their own problems when necessary
  • Ability to intervene decisively, when necessary, to protect patient safety
  • Ability to set appropriate boundaries and limits for best practice
  • Ability to comply with clinic documentation standards
  • Working knowledge of Child Protective Services reporting requirements
  • Ability to become credentialed with Medicare within 180 days of hire

Benefits

Full-time employees are eligible for paid time off, up to 12 weeks paid parenting time, paid holidays, access to employer-sponsored group medical insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, 401(k) with employer match, short-term disability insurance, long-term disability insurance, life insurance, supplemental life insurance, and a generous continuing education allowance. The hiring range for this full-time, exempt, salaried position is competitive and dependent on program fit, qualifications, experience, and credentials.

To Apply

Email your resume and cover letter in PDF format addressing your suitability for the role directly to employment@lorenzclinic.com. You can also apply online through our employment portal, and your application will be directed to the appropriate hiring manager.

Mental Health Practitioner II- DT

You’re eligible for a $2000 signing bonus when you join Lorenz Clinic as a Mental Health Practitioner II (MHP II), a professional role within our Post-Master’s Fellowship program (PMF). Within the PMF program, as an MHP II, you will get the supervision needed (at no additional cost to you) to be an engaging and versatile, licensed clinician. On top of that, MHP IIs also have great flexibility, and will explore various opportunities within our private mental health clinical setting. This 2-year, salaried role (benefit eligible) has been crafted for post-master’s clinicians seeking out supervision for licensure.

Lorenz Clinic is known for its relationship focused approach and robust training culture and programs. It is our goal, that when you join Lorenz Clinic, you receive mentorship and extensive training time providing outpatient psychotherapy. More than 75% of our MHP IIs receive a full-time offer of employment at the completion of their program (salary ranges $65-80K post-program), and begin their career with Lorenz Clinic.

Quick Facts about Lorenz Clinic:

  • We bring a distinctive approach to child and family psychology that integrates developmental, systemic, experiential, relational, and trauma-informed models.
  • We have multiple locations around the Twin Cities, offer various outpatient services, Day Treatment programs, and Telehealth, allowing for exposure to a variety of service offerings.
  • Training is our backbone. We provide regular opportunities for advancing our team’s skill sets in working with their clients, and working on themselves as clinicians.
  • Supervision provided at no additional cost to you to meet licensure requirementsOur culture is evolving for the post-pandemic world.
  • We offer the flexibility our clinicians need to provide their clients with the best care possible.
  • More about our training program can be found here.

Job duties include:

  • Provide clinical services including conducting diagnostic assessments, treatment planning, psychotherapy, day treatment, and discharge planning for early childhood, child, adolescent, and early adult clients
  • Carry and maintain a psychotherapy caseload as defined by clinic, in-home or center-based as needed
  • Provide Crisis assistance as needed
  • Attend and participate in individual and/or group supervision, case consultation, Grand Rounds, business meetings, and other meetings as required by the Clinic
  • Comply with clinical documentation standards and deadlines as outlined by the Clinic
  • Utilize the Clinic’s electronic health record to maintain the clinical chart
  • Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times
  • Strictly comply with licensing board rules and APA and AAMFT Codes of Ethics
  • Maintain professionalism in all interactions with staff, patients, and business associates of the Clinic
  • Bill appropriate procedural codes accurately and timely
  • Keep abreast of billing issues and discuss with patients when necessary
  • Assist in intermittent peer-reviews of patient files
  • Adhere to additional directives by applicable direct clinical and administrative supervisors
  • Other duties as assigned

 Qualifications

  • A master’s or doctoral degree in psychology, clinical counseling, Marriage & Family Therapy, Social Work, or similar field from a regionally-accredited academic program.
  • Must comply with requirements for licensure or board certification as a mental health professional including supervised practice in the delivery of mental health services for the treatment of mental illness, or
  • Be a student in a bona fide field placement or internship under a program leading to completion of the requirements for licensure as a mental health professional

Benefits

All benefits are subject to the current Lorenz Clinic Employee Handbook. These benefits include:

  • A one-time $2,000 sign-on bonus
  • Paid time off (at 30 hours or more per week)
  • Paid holidays (at 30 hours or more per week)
  • Eligible for 12-weeks paid parental leave after 1 year of service
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance offerings (at 30 hours or more per week)
  • 401(k) and a company match
  • Clinic paid short-term disability, long-term disability, accidental death, and life insurances (at 30 hours or more per week)
  • Opportunity to apply for other positions in the clinic as they become available

To Apply

Email your resume and cover letter in PDF format addressing your suitability for the role directly to employment@lorenzclinic.com. You can also apply online through our employment portal, and your application will be directed to the appropriate hiring manager.

Psychiatrist

Lorenz Clinic is seeking to hire or contract with a Psychiatrist, who can provide psychiatric evaluation and treatment on a multidisciplinary mental health treatment team. The position will be housed at one of our south/southwest metro locations.

The Position

This position entails the outpatient provision of psychiatric evaluation and treatment—either medication management or therapy, depending on provider preference. The clinic enjoys a strong referral base, a strong organizational infrastructure, and in-house psychological testing. Our clinic realizes the distinctive role relationally-focused and socially-committed psychiatric interventionists serve within the mental health community. The clinic’s Electronic Health Record allows for seamless interoperability with other health systems, enabling a high level of collaboration between systems of care. There is no call with this position.

Job Duties

Job duties include but are not limited to:

  • Provides psychiatric services to a diverse client population at the clinic system’s main office
  • The provision of clinical services including conducting diagnostic assessments, treatment planning, medication management, psychotherapy, and discharge planning for patients of the clinic
  • Providing intermittent didactics within clinic’s training program if desired
  • Compliance with clinic documentation standards
  • Compliance with licensing board rules, applicable codes of ethics, and DHS regulations
  • Maintain professionalism in all interactions with staff, patients, and business associates of clinic
  • Carrying assigned treatment caseload
  • Ability to maintain at least 16 hours per month of direct patient care
  • Ability to provide psychiatric services under independent licensure
  • Compliance with clinic and training program policies and procedures, if applicable
  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements

  • A Medical Doctorate (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.) degree from an approved school of medicine
  • Completion of psychiatric residency
  • Current, unrestricted Minnesota State Medical Licensure
  • Board-certification in Psychiatry within two year of hire
  • Evidence of a high level of professionalism within the field
  • Strong clinical acumen and judgment
  • Ability to base clinical assessment and intervention methods on science and professional best practice
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team
  • Excellent interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills
  • Ability to respect diversity and integrate issues of culture into case conceptualizations
  • Ability to engage with patients who may be ambivalent about treatment
  • Ability to adapt interventions to patients’ strengths, skills, and developmental levels
  • Commitment to empowering patients to solve their own problems when necessary
  • Ability to intervene decisively, when necessary, to protect patient safety
  • Ability to set appropriate boundaries and limits for best practice
  • Ability to comply with clinic documentation standards
  • Formal psychotherapy training (preferred)

Benefits

This position can be full-time or part-time, depending on candidate preference. Full-time psychiatric professionals enjoy up to $10,000 annual employer-sponsored student loan repayment assistance, paid time off, paid holidays, access to employer-sponsored group medical insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, 401(k) with employer match, short-term disability insurance, long-term disability insurance, life insurance, supplemental life insurance, and a generous continuing education allowance. The hiring range for this position is competitive and dependent on qualifications, hours, and productivity. The premier benefit of work at the clinic is mission-driven work in an electric atmosphere only possible at community-based training sites. The clinic’s training atmosphere coupled with access to contextually-sensitive, in-house psychological testing make for a truly supportive and exciting work environment for psychiatric specialists.

To Apply

Email your resume and cover letter in PDF format addressing your suitability for the role directly to employment@lorenzclinic.com. You can also apply online through our employment portal, and your application will be directed to the appropriate hiring manager.

Clinic Assistant – Part-time

Lorenz Clinic is seeking a part-time Clinic Assistant to be based out of one of our four locations (Victoria, Chaska, Prior Lake, and Rosemount). The Clinic Assistant plays an integral role within the overall clinic. They serve as the point person for many patient and staff concerns related to scheduling, billing, and customer service. As such, they are uniquely situated to set the cultural tone of each site. The Clinic Assistant functions as a receptionist, and their primary role involves administrative support. This is a full-time as assigned, non-exempt, hourly position. The hours would be at least 3 1/2 hours a day, 4 days a week, from approximately 3-7pm.

Key Responsibilities 

The Clinic Assistant will provide support in the following areas:

  • Leadership & Development
    • Reflects the clinic’s mission and values in professional style & personal actions
    • Applies strategic thinking for role; anticipates and/or identifies problems and opportunities
    • Collaboratively working with ASM to carry out development and strategic goals
    • Deliver an exceptional customer service experience to patients, families, and other customers through consistently demonstrating Lorenz Clinic values
    • Monitor and report site needs and repairs
    • Act individually and with others to meet each patient’s needs
    • Effectively carry out operational procedures as outlined in the support staff Operation’s Manual
    • Provides insight to ASM regarding process improvement
    • Tasks as assigned in opening new clinic space (assisting in carrying out marketing plan, delivery coordination, etc.)
  • Administrative
    • Preparing new patient paperwork
    • Organizing patient paperwork (e.g., copying, faxing, filing, etc.)
    • Keeping supply inventory and purchasing supplies as needed
    • Maintains clean and friendly environment of the reception, lobby, and offices
    • Monitoring vendor services (e.g., water levels, shred box, etc.)
    • Sending, receiving, and distributing correspondence as directed (e.g., mail, faxes, etc.)
    • Maintain a working knowledge of health care plan requirements and health plan networks
    • Taking credit card payments and other payments
    • Represent Lorenz Clinic values as first impression to all clinic visitors
  • Patient Coordination
    • Answering general and new patient calls
    • Scheduling new and existing patients
    • Maintaining clinic schedules as requested
    • Patient check-in
    • Handling of sensitive and confidential information
    • Collections calls to delinquent accounts
    • Offering clients refreshments
    • Scoring and filing outcomes measures with Department of Health
    • Put patient first at every opportunity
    • Listen to understand each patient
    • Show concern for each patient
  • Staff Support
    • Triage clinical staff questions related to policies and procedures
    • Prepare and implement onboarding procedures for new hires, as assigned
    • Maintain proficiency in utilizing the clinic’s Electronic Health Records (EHR) system
    • Other duties as assigned by the ASM or Director of Operations
  • Clinic Wide Support
    • Work collaboratively with other CAs to fill in when/where needed
    • Use of own transportation for clinic errands (pick up site supplies, transport mail, etc)
    • Attend meetings, trainings, or assist in clinic conferences outside of assigned site or regular working hours
    • Flexibility to change hours or work remotely based on clinic needs

Qualifications 

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Accounting, Finance, Leadership, or similar field (strongly preferred)
  • Clean criminal background as required by law

Requirements

  • At least 1 year of experience in medical reception, medical administrative support
  • Overt commitment to social justice
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Self-motivated and self-starting work style
  • Ability to initiate and maintain self-organizational systems to ensure job tasks are completed as expected (e.g., calendar of tasks/responsibilities, etc.)
  • Perfect interpersonal boundaries
  • Trustworthiness in handling sensitive information (with special preference given to candidates with HIPAA compliance knowledge and training)
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
  • Reliable transportation with the ability to travel to any of our clinic locations
  • Reliable and dependable attendance
  • Schedule flexibility as needed
  • Ability to sit for long periods of time
  • Ability to operate computer software for 90% of the job

To Apply

Email your resume and cover letter in PDF format addressing your suitability for the role directly to employment@lorenzclinic.com. You can also apply online through our employment portal, and your application will be directed to the appropriate hiring manager.

Clinic Assistant

Lorenz Clinic is seeking a full-time Clinic Assistant to be based out of one of our four locations (Victoria, Chaska, Prior Lake, and Rosemount). The Clinic Assistant plays an integral role within the overall clinic. They serve as the point person for many patient and staff concerns related to scheduling, billing, and customer service. As such, they are uniquely situated to set the cultural tone of each site. The Clinic Assistant functions as a receptionist, and their primary role involves administrative support. This is a full-time as assigned, non-exempt, hourly position.  

Key Responsibilities 

The Clinic Assistant will provide support in the following areas:

  • Leadership & Development 
    • Reflects the clinic’s mission and values in professional style & personal actions
    • Applies strategic thinking for role; anticipates and/or identifies problems and opportunities
    • Collaboratively working with ASM to carry out development and strategic goals
    • Deliver an exceptional customer service experience to patients, families, and other customers through consistently demonstrating Lorenz Clinic values
    • Monitor and report site needs and repairs
    • Act individually and with others to meet each patient’s needs
    • Effectively carry out operational procedures as outlined in the support staff Operation’s Manual 
    • Provides insight to ASM regarding process improvement
    • Tasks as assigned in opening new clinic space (assisting in carrying out marketing plan, delivery coordination, etc.) 
  • Administrative
    • Preparing new patient paperwork
    • Organizing patient paperwork (e.g., copying, faxing, filing, etc.)
    • Keeping supply inventory and purchasing supplies as needed
    • Maintains clean and friendly environment of the reception, lobby, and offices
    • Monitoring vendor services (e.g., water levels, shred box, etc.)
    • Sending, receiving, and distributing correspondence as directed (e.g., mail, faxes, etc.)
    • Maintain a working knowledge of health care plan requirements and health plan networks
    • Taking credit card payments and other payments 
    • Represent Lorenz Clinic values as first impression to all clinic visitors
  • Patient Coordination 
    • Answering general and new patient calls 
    • Scheduling new and existing patients
    • Maintaining clinic schedules as requested  
    • Patient check-in
    • Handling of sensitive and confidential information 
    • Collections calls to delinquent accounts
    • Offering clients refreshments 
    • Scoring and filing outcomes measures with Department of Health 
    • Put patient first at every opportunity
    • Listen to understand each patient
    • Show concern for each patient
  • Staff Support
    • Triage clinical staff questions related to policies and procedures 
    • Prepare and implement onboarding procedures for new hires, as assigned
    • Maintain proficiency in utilizing the clinic’s Electronic Health Records (EHR) system
    • Other duties as assigned by the ASM or Director of Operations 
  • Clinic Wide Support
    • Work collaboratively with other CAs to fill in when/where needed
    • Use of own transportation for clinic errands (pick up site supplies, transport mail, etc)
    • Attend meetings, trainings, or assist in clinic conferences outside of assigned site or regular working hours
    • Flexibility to change hours or work remotely based on clinic needs

Qualifications 

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Accounting, Finance, Leadership, or similar field (strongly preferred)
  • Clean criminal background as required by law

Requirements

  • At least 1 year of experience in medical reception, medical administrative support
  • Overt commitment to social justice
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Self-motivated and self-starting work style
  • Ability to initiate and maintain self-organizational systems to ensure job tasks are completed as expected (e.g., calendar of tasks/responsibilities, etc.)
  • Perfect interpersonal boundaries
  • Trustworthiness in handling sensitive information (with special preference given to candidates with HIPAA compliance knowledge and training)
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
  • Reliable transportation with the ability to travel to any of our clinic locations
  • Reliable and dependable attendance
  • Schedule flexibility as needed
  • Ability to sit for long periods of time
  • Ability to operate computer software for 90% of the job

Benefits

Full-time employees are eligible for paid time off, paid holidays, access to employer-sponsored group medical insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, 401(k) with employer match, short-term disability insurance, long-term disability insurance, life insurance, supplemental life insurance, and a generous continuing education allowance.

To Apply

Email your resume and cover letter in PDF format addressing your suitability for the role directly to employment@lorenzclinic.com. You can also apply online through our employment portal, and your application will be directed to the appropriate hiring manager.

Mental Health Professional

Now offering a $5000 signing bonus! Lorenz Clinic is seeking Mental Health Professionals to add to our growing team! This position allows for a flexible schedule, as well as hybrid work schedules. Lorenz Clinic is known for its distinctive approach to child and family psychology 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. Our clinic realizes the distinctive role relationally-focused child and family providers have within the mental health profession.

Job Duties

Job duties include but are not limited to:

  • Carrying psychotherapy caseload as defined by clinic
  • The provision of clinical services including conducting diagnostic assessments, treatment planning, psychotherapy, and discharge planning for early childhood, child, adolescent, and adult patients of the clinic
  • Provision of clinical and administrative supervision within the clinic’s training program – if credentials allow
  • Attending and participating in individual supervision, monthly case consultation, Grand Rounds, business meetings, and other meetings as required by Clinic
  • Compliance with clinic documentation standards
  • Compliance with licensing board rules and APA and AAMFT Codes of Ethics
  • Maintain professionalism in all interactions with staff, patients, and business associates of clinic
  • Keeping abreast of billing issues and discussing same with patients when necessary
  • Assisting in intermittent peer-reviews of patient files
  • Adherence to directives by applicable direct clinical and administrative supervisors
  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements

  • A master’s or doctoral degree in Psychology, Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapy, or Social Work from a regionally-accredited academic program.
  • Full, unrestricted licensure as a Mental Health Professional in Minnesota (or license-eligible; LMFT, LICSW, LPCC, LP)
  • Full vaccination for Covid19 or documented exemption
  • Designation as a board-approved supervisor with respective licensing board (preferred)
  • Ability and willingness to service patients primarily on an outpatient basis
  • The ability to competently and independently provide psychotherapy to families and children of all ages
  • Flexibility to meet when patients are available to meet
  • Evidence of a high level of professionalism within the field
  • Strong clinical acumen and competence providing outpatient psychotherapy to children
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team
  • Excellent interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills
  • Ability and willingness to provide services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, or families as assigned
  • Ability to respect diversity and integrate issues of culture into case conceptualizations
  • Ability to engage with patients who may be ambivalent about treatment
  • Ability to adapt interventions to patients’ strengths, skills, and developmental levels
  • Commitment to empowering patients to solve their own problems when necessary
  • Ability to intervene decisively, when necessary, to protect patient safety
  • Ability to comply with clinic documentation standards and best professional practices
  • Ability to maintain a full caseload as defined by clinic
  • Working knowledge of child protection reporting requirements

Benefits

Full-time employees are eligible for paid time off, paid holidays, access to employer-sponsored group medical insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, 401(k) with employer match, short-term disability insurance, long-term disability insurance, life insurance, supplemental life insurance, and a generous continuing education allowance. We also offer up to 12 weeks paid parental leave. The hiring range for this full-time, exempt, salaried position is competitive and dependent on program fit, qualifications, experience, and credentials.

To Apply

Email your resume and cover letter in PDF format addressing your suitability for the role directly to employment@lorenzclinic.com. You can also apply online through our employment portal, and your application will be directed to the appropriate hiring manager.

Mental Health Professional – Early Childhood DT

This position is eligible for a $5000 sign-on bonus. Lorenz Clinic is known for its distinctive approach to child and family psychology that integrates developmental, systemic, experiential, and trauma-informed models. In addition to their outpatient psychotherapy caseload, child-focused Mental Health Professionals serve as local clinical experts among our staff—resources on best practices and ethics unique to child work. Our clinic realizes the distinctive role relationally-focused child and family providers have within the mental health profession. The position is full-time and will be housed at either our Chaska, MN or Rosemount, MN location depending on candidate preferences.

Job Duties

Job duties include but are not limited to:

  • Carry psychotherapy caseload as defined by clinic, including 3 hours per day in direct day treatment service provision
  • Work with co-therapists to provide scheduled group services
  • Lead a group environment that demonstrates courteous communication, safety, consistency for clients and staff, as well as high expectations in regard to limit setting and encouragement
  • Intervene directly and safely maintain children’s physical and emotional safety and use therapeutic approaches to support the prevention of aggressive, destructive or harmful behavior
  • The provision of clinical services including conducting diagnostic assessments, treatment planning, psychotherapy, and discharge planning for early childhood, child, adolescent, and adult patients of the clinic, as well as day treatment caseload
  • Ability to use and apply therapeutic strategies which include verbal de-escalation
  • Provide fill in support to cover group settings for co-therapists when needed
  • Provision of clinical and administrative supervision within the clinic’s training program—if credentials allow
  • Attending and participating in individual supervision, monthly case consultation, Grand Rounds, business meetings, and other meetings as required by Clinic
  • Compliance with clinic documentation standards
  • Compliance with licensing board rules and APA and AAMFT Codes of Ethics
  • Maintain professionalism in all interactions with staff, patients, and business associates of clinic
  • Keeping abreast of billing issues and discussing same with patients when necessary
  • Assisting in intermittent peer-reviews of patient files
  • Adherence to directives by applicable direct clinical and administrative supervisors
  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements

  • A master’s or doctoral degree in Psychology, Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapy, or Social Work from a regionally-accredited academic program
  • Full, unrestricted licensure as a Mental Health Professional in Minnesota
  • Full vaccination for Covid19 or documented exemption
  • Designation as a board-approved supervisor with respective licensing board (preferred)
  • Ability and willingness to service patients primarily on an outpatient basis
  • The ability to competently and independently provide psychotherapy to families and children of all ages
  • Flexibility to meet when patients are available to meet
  • Evidence of a high level of professionalism within the field
  • Strong clinical acumen and competence providing outpatient psychotherapy to children
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team
  • Excellent interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills
  • Ability and willingness to provide services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, or families as assigned
  • Ability to respect diversity and integrate issues of culture into case conceptualizations
  • Ability to engage with patients who may be ambivalent about treatment
  • Ability to adapt interventions to patients’ strengths, skills, and developmental levels
  • Commitment to empowering patients to solve their own problems when necessary
  • Ability to intervene decisively, when necessary, to protect patient safety
  • Ability to comply with clinic documentation standards and best professional practices
  • Ability to maintain a full caseload as defined by clinic
  • Working knowledge of child protection reporting requirements

Benefits

Full-time employees are eligible for paid time off, paid holidays, access to employer-sponsored group medical and dental insurance, 401(k) with employer match, short-term disability insurance, long-term disability insurance, life insurance, and a generous continuing education allowance. The hiring range for this full-time, exempt, salaried position is competitive and dependent on program fit, qualifications, experience, and credentials.

To Apply 

Email your resume and cover letter in PDF format addressing your suitability for the role directly to employment@lorenzclinic.com. You can also apply online through our employment portal, and your application will be directed to the appropriate hiring manager.

Assistant Training Director

The Assistant Training Director independently implements, maintains, and evaluates all aspects of the training program for Post-Master’s-level trainees, Master’s level practicum students, and clinical externships from marriage and family therapy, counseling, and social work disciplines.

Job Duties

  • Training Program Duties
    • Training Committee
      • Participation in the Training Committee, alongside the Psychology Training Director, and designating members as needed
      • Regularly review training-related activities, trainee selection, and trainee performance issues as necessary
      • Trainee Selection – The Assistant Training Director ensures the clinic adheres to its policies related to training program candidate selection at a graduate and post-graduate level
        • Reviews trainee application materials and presents to Training Committee
        • Coordinates applicant interviews for graduate and postgraduate-level trainees
        • In conjunction with Training Committee, selects candidates
  • Training Program Development
    • Designs training activities and training curriculum in consultation with the Training Committee utilizing perspectives from multiple mental health disciplines for students from the marriage and family therapy, counseling, and social work tracks
    • Establishes, maintains, and enforces policies in the Training Program Handbook to be ratified by Training Committee
    • Ensures training program activities adequately address the Domains of Professional Competence described in Training Program Handbook
    • Develops appendices for the Training Program Handbook that enable standardized, organized use of training-related forms
    • Actively engages with LMFT, LPCC, LICSW training institutions to aid in recruitment of trainees at the graduate and postgraduate level
  • Supervision
    • The Assistant Training Director provides crisis consultation, administrative and clinical supervision to trainees, which may be a mix of individual, dyadic, and group supervision
    • Designates supervisors for all training-related activities and ensures adequate levels of supervision are maintained
      • Ensures all supervisors meet and continually adhere to the clinic’s supervision standards and policies
    • Will provide training in supervision within training program as credentials allow
    • Reviewing supervisees’ documentation and taking responsibility for any corresponding billing
      • Ensuring such documentation is consistent with managed care contracts and the professional standard
  • Trainee Management
    • Organizes new trainee orientation
      • Ensures trainees and supervisors are aware of all clinic policies
      • Obtains written confirmation that trainees have received copies of and agree to abide by the clinic’s Employee Handbook, Clinical Policies and Procedures, and Training Program Handbook
    • Reviews and approves trainee schedule changes and modifications to a) ensure adherence to supervision plans and b) maximize programmatic efficiency
    • Ensures and documents trainee and staff attendance at all training-related events
    • Ensures trainees meet requirements for placement completion
    • Ensures Trainee and Supervisor Rights and Responsibilities are upheld
    • Ensures adherence to Training Program Due Process, Appeals and Grievances procedures
    • Ensures Trainee Evaluation Process procedures are followed
    • Maintains contact with university training directors and supervisors as needed
    • Investigates and responds to suspected instances of unethical or illegal conduct by training program staff or trainees in line with established procedures
    • Addresses evaluations of inadequate trainee performance according to established policy
      • Correcting problematic trainee behavior in accordance with established policies for disciplinary action
    • Ensures training program files are kept up-to-date and adhere to policy
    • Reviewing supervisees’ documentation and taking responsibility for any corresponding billing
      • Ensuring such documentation is consistent with managed care contracts and the professional standard
    • Tracks and develops reports related to trainees’ client productivity and documentation compliance to provide to Training Director
  • Clinical Duties
    • Carrying a patient caseload
    • The provision of psychological services including conducting diagnostic assessments, treatment planning, psychotherapy, and discharge planning for patients of the clinic
    • Conducting intermittent didactic trainings within the clinic’s training program as assigned
    • Providing intermittent outreach and training to community partners
    • Attending and participating in monthly case consultation, Grand Rounds, business meetings, and other meetings as required
    • Compliance with clinic documentation standards
    • Compliance with licensing board rules, applicable laws, and APA/AAMFT/NASW/NCA Codes of Ethics
  • General Duties
    • Maintain professionalism in all interactions with staff, patients, and business associates of clinic
    • Keeping abreast of billing issues and discussing same with patients (as directed)
    • Assisting in intermittent peer reviews of patient files
    • Adherence to directives by Leadership Team and other duties as assigned
    • Assisting in clinic treatment and/or training outcomes studies as assigned
    • Organizing, attending, and participating in monthly case consultation meetings
    • Maintains working knowledge of the attachment, family systems, psychology training literature
    • Maintains a high level of competence and professionalism in psychology training and supervision best practices
    • Other duties as assigned
  • Leadership Duties
    • Directs strategy to identify and meet program-specific training needs
    • Develops, implements, and maintains, a strategy for monetizing external clinical trainings to ensure sustainability
    • Establishes and maintains positive and constructive relationships with academic institutions, training centers, and other relevant organizations in the marriage and family therapy, counseling, and social work disciplines

Qualifications

  • Possession of a doctoral degree in Psychology, Family Social Science or closely related field from an accredited institution of higher education
  • Valid Minnesota License as either Licensed Psychologist or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (or license-eligible; dual licensure preferred)
  • Designation as an AAMFT Approved Supervisor (preferred)
  • 4 years of managerial experience in mental healthcare (preferred)
  • 4 years of experience providing clinical training and/or teaching
  • 2 years of community-based mental health program experience
  • Competency providing clinical and administrative supervision
  • Is eligible to attain MN Board of MFT board-approved supervisor status
  • Is eligible to attain MN Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy board-approved supervisor status
  • Ability and willingness to service patients on an outpatient basis
  • An energetic, engaging, ambitious demeanor
  • Flexibility to meet when patients and supervisees are available to meet
  • A record of professional involvement within a mental health profession (required), specifically within Couples & Family Psychology (preferred)
  • Stated competence performing administrative and clinical supervision regarding psychotherapy and assessment with children, families, couples and/or adults

Other Requirements

  • Well-defined psychotherapeutic and supervisory theoretical orientation that is based on science
    • Ability to utilize empirically-validated treatment models based on best professional practices and standards
  • Strong clinical acumen
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team
  • Excellent interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills
  • Ability to respect diversity and integrate issues of culture into case conceptualizations
  • Ability to engage with patients who may be ambivalent about treatment
  • Ability to adapt interventions to patients’ strengths, skills, and developmental levels
  • Commitment to empowering patients to solve their own problems when necessary
  • Ability to intervene decisively, when necessary, to protect patient safety
  • Ability to set appropriate boundaries and limits for best practice

Benefits

Full-time employees are eligible for paid time off, paid holidays, access to employer-sponsored group medical and dental insurance, 401(k) with employer match, short-term disability insurance, long-term disability insurance, life insurance, and a generous continuing education allowance. The hiring range for this full-time, exempt, salaried position is competitive and dependent on program fit, qualifications, experience, and credentials.

To Apply

To apply for this position, email your CV and a cover letter to Dr. Brandon Suarez, Training Director, at employment@lorenzclinic.com. In addition to your strengths, cover letters should broadly outline your professional goals, commitment to the common good, and a brief narrative of your experience providing clinical supervision. Applicants who are invited to interview may be asked to provide writing samples and a letter of recommendation from a past supervisor of supervision.

Mental Health Practitioner II

You’re eligible for a $2000 signing bonus when you join Lorenz Clinic as a Mental Health Practitioner II (MHP II), a professional role within our Post-Master’s Fellowship program (PMF). Within the PMF program, as an MHP II, you will get the supervision needed (at no additional cost to you) to be an engaging and versatile, licensed clinician. On top of that, MHP IIs also have great flexibility, and will explore various opportunities within our private mental health clinical setting. This 2-year, salaried role (benefit eligible) has been crafted for post-master’s clinicians seeking out supervision for licensure.

Lorenz Clinic is known for its relationship focused approach and robust training culture and programs. It is our goal, that when you join Lorenz Clinic, you receive mentorship and extensive training time providing outpatient psychotherapy. More than 75% of our MHP IIs receive a full-time offer of employment at the completion of their program (salary ranges $65-80K post-program), and begin their career with Lorenz Clinic.

Quick Facts about Lorenz Clinic:

  • We bring a distinctive approach to child and family psychology that integrates developmental, systemic, experiential, relational, and trauma-informed models.
  • We have multiple locations around the Twin Cities, offer various outpatient services, Day Treatment programs, and Telehealth, allowing for exposure to a variety of service offerings.
  • Training is our backbone. We provide regular opportunities for advancing our team’s skill sets in working with their clients, and working on themselves as clinicians.
  • Supervision provided at no additional cost to you to meet licensure requirements
  • Our culture is evolving for the post-pandemic world. We offer the flexibility our clinicians need to provide their clients with the best care possible.
  • More about our training program can be found here: https://bit.ly/3L5ksuZ

Job duties include:

  • Provide clinical services including conducting diagnostic assessments, treatment planning, psychotherapy, day treatment, and discharge planning for early childhood, child, adolescent, and early adult clients
  • Carry and maintain a psychotherapy caseload as defined by clinic, in-home or center-based as needed
  • Provide Crisis assistance as needed
  • Attend and participate in individual and/or group supervision, case consultation, Grand Rounds, business meetings, and other meetings as required by the Clinic
  • Comply with clinical documentation standards and deadlines as outlined by the Clinic
  • Utilize the Clinic’s electronic health record to maintain the clinical chart
  • Maintain HIPAA compliance at all times
  • Strictly comply with licensing board rules and APA and AAMFT Codes of Ethics
  • Maintain professionalism in all interactions with staff, patients, and business associates of the Clinic
  • Bill appropriate procedural codes accurately and timely
  • Keep abreast of billing issues and discuss with patients when necessary
  • Assist in intermittent peer-reviews of patient files
  • Adhere to additional directives by applicable direct clinical and administrative supervisors
  • Other duties as assigned

 Qualifications

  • A master’s or doctoral degree in psychology, clinical counseling, Marriage & Family Therapy, Social Work, or similar field from a regionally-accredited academic program.
  • Must comply with requirements for licensure or board certification as a mental health professional including supervised practice in the delivery of mental health services for the treatment of mental illness, or
  • Be a student in a bona fide field placement or internship under a program leading to completion of the requirements for licensure as a mental health professional

Benefits

All benefits are subject to the current Lorenz Clinic Employee Handbook. These benefits include:

  • A one-time $2,000 sign-on bonus
  • Paid time off (at 30 hours or more per week)
  • Paid holidays (at 30 hours or more per week)
  • Eligible for 12 weeks parental leave after 1 year of service
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance offerings (at 30 hours or more per week)
  • 401(k) and a company match
  • Clinic paid short-term disability, long-term disability, accidental death, and life insurances (at 30 hours or more per week)
  • Opportunity to apply for other positions in the clinic as they become available

To Apply 

Email your resume and cover letter in PDF format addressing your suitability for the role directly to employment@lorenzclinic.com. You can also apply online through our employment portal, and your application will be directed to the appropriate hiring manager.

Licensed Psychologist

Lorenz Clinic is seeking Licensed Psychologists to add to our growing team! The position is full-time and will provide clinical services and supervision at one of the four family-focused clinics in the south/southwest metro area. A doctoral degree in psychology is required.

The Clinic

Lorenz Clinic is a group private practice focused on the mental health needs of children, families, and adults. While the majority of our services are provided under the umbrella of managed care, we have community partnerships that allow us to service those without insurance. Located on the edge of the Minneapolis Metropolitan area, our four locations (Victoria, Chaska, Prior Lake, and Rosemount) are located approximately 30-35 miles south/southwest of downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul and provide needed access to psychological services for both suburban and rural communities. In addition to its overall clinical mission, the clinic hosts a vibrant training program. The clinic is actively developing a vertically-integrated model of care that includes home-based, outpatient, day treatment, and medication management. Psychologists with special competency with children or families as well as bilingual candidates are especially encouraged to apply.

This position can be performed in-house or remotely, depending on candidate preferences.

The Position

Licensed Psychologists report to the Outpatient Program Manager. 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:

  • Carrying patient caseload as defined by clinic
  • The provision of psychological services including conducting diagnostic assessments, treatment planning, psychotherapy, psychological testing, and discharge planning for patients of the clinic
  • The provision of clinical and administrative supervision
  • Assisting the Training Director in coordinating, organizing, and supervising trainees
  • Reviewing supervisees’ documentation and taking responsibility for any corresponding billing
    • Ensuring such documentation is consistent with managed care contracts and the professional standard
  • Attending and participating in monthly case consultation, Grand Rounds, business meetings, and other meetings as required by Clinic
  • Compliance with clinic documentation standards
  • Compliance with licensing board rules and APA Code of Ethics
  • Maintain professionalism in all interactions with staff, patients, and business associates of clinic
  • Keeping abreast of billing issues and discussing same with patients (as directed)
  • Assisting in intermittent peer reviews of patient files
  • Adherence to directives by Leadership Team and other duties as assigned

The Training Program

A major highlight about Lorenz Clinic is that it is a training site. Our existing training program includes a master’s-level family therapy practicum placement, a post-master’s fellowship, and a postdoctoral psychology fellowship. The training program hosts a vibrant invited practitioner speaker series in addition to monthly grand rounds. Because the training program is an outgrowth of our fierce dedication to serving the underserved, we offer significantly reduced fee services to those in financial need. The clinic has existing relationships with area graduate programs in psychology and family therapy, but we are not beholden to any specific graduate schools. Training rotations are typically 12 months. More information about the larger training program can be found at https://lorenzclinic.com/join-us/education/clinical-training/

Major Requirements

  • A doctoral degree in psychology from an APA accredited academic program
  • Full, unrestricted licensure as a psychologist in Minnesota
  • Evidence of formal, doctoral-level coursework in clinical supervision
  • At least 2 years providing clinical supervision (preferred)
  • Formal training in family therapy (preferred)
  • Previous experience operating within managed care provider networks (preferred)
  • Flexibility to meet when patients are available to meet (usually requires one or two evenings)
  • Ability to consistently carry a full-time caseload as defined by the clinic

Other Requirements

  • Well-defined psychotherapeutic and supervisory theoretical orientations that are based on science
    • Ability to utilize empirically-validated treatment models based on best professional practices and standards
  • Strong clinical acumen
  • Ability to conduct and supervise psychological testing
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team
  • Excellent interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills
  • Ability and willingness to provide services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, groups, or families
  • Ability to respect diversity and integrate issues of culture into case conceptualizations
  • Ability to engage with patients who may be ambivalent about treatment
  • Ability to adapt interventions to patients’ strengths, skills, and developmental levels
  • Commitment to empowering patients to solve their own problems when necessary
  • Ability to intervene decisively, when necessary, to protect patient safety
  • Ability to set appropriate boundaries and limits for best practice
  • Ability to comply with clinic documentation standards
  • Working knowledge of Child Protective Services reporting requirements

Benefits

Full-time employees are eligible for paid time off, up to 12 weeks paid parenting time, paid holidays, access to employer-sponsored group medical insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, 401(k) with employer match, short-term disability insurance, long-term disability insurance, life insurance, supplemental life insurance, and a generous continuing education allowance. The hiring range for this full-time, exempt, salaried position is competitive and dependent on program fit, qualifications, experience, and credentials.

To Apply

To apply for this position, email your CV and a cover letter to Lindsay Fiedler-Schiel, Outpatient Program Manager, at employment@lorenzclinic.com or apply online. In addition to your strengths, cover letters should broadly outline your professional goals, commitment to the common good, and a brief narrative of your experience providing clinical supervision. Applicants who are invited to interview may be asked to provide writing samples and a letter of recommendation from a past supervisor of supervision.

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