We believe that every person is unique and every situation different. That’s why we utilize an individualized, interactive, and solution-focused approach. Our approach integrates a variety of complementary therapeutic methods and counseling techniques to offer a highly-personalized approach to each of our clients.
We specialize in helping clients with trauma-informed therapeutic models and presenting issues such as PTSD, trauma, anxiety, depression and a broad spectrum of other mental challenges. We also help our clients overcome personal phase-of-life issues and provide career coaching.
Clinical supervision is provided by Lee Ockenden, LMFT and John Jervis, LMFT.
- Master’s Degree
- Registration with the BBS as a Marriage and Family Therapist Associate (AMFT), Associate Social Worker (ASW), or Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC).
- OR enrollment in a Master’s Degree program and approval from your school to begin working at a traineeship site (trainee volunteer program).
- All Trainees or Interns must maintain their own private liability and malpractice insurance.
Therapists are to maintain a professional atmosphere and uphold all legal and ethical standards. Therapists will conduct assessments, create treatment plans, implement interventions and techniques, and maintain confidential client records.
The position is a paid commission-based position based on the fees that you collect.
The hours are flexible, however, some structured evenings and weekends will be necessary. You are free to be creative with your therapeutic process while discussing with the supervisor. Weekly supervision is provided and mandatory.
This is a great opportunity for those wishing to begin learning about private practice, non-profit practice and building a “specific to you” clientele caseload.
Please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org and/or call Carmen at 530.601.1003.