Providence Mental Health is seeking new mental health Clinicians to join our team! We serve the Gallatin Valley, and nearby communities offering a Trauma-Informed Care and Strengths-Based treatment team approach that provides care for individuals and family-systems. We apply this unique “Collaborative Family Systems Model” treatment team approach to address the mental health needs for each person. Each client, whether an individual, part of a couple, or a member of a family system, receives their own clinician within a treatment team. These team members collaborate to assist family members while maintaining individual confidentiality.
Our goal is to provide care in a way that best meets our clients needs. Sometimes this may be in an office or through telehealth, and other times it may mean meeting a client “where they are at”, outside of the four walls of an office setting. This approach is particularly successful with our youth and young adult clientele by bringing the elements of trauma-informed clinical care, emotional regulation skills, and life skills training to build self-confidence and independence; enabling the healing necessary to fortify family systems and improve the community health of Southwest Montana. To accomplish these goals, we are looking for therapists who are flexible, creative and adaptable to each unique situation and have a calling to facilitate real change in the life of our clients and their family members seeking to impact long-term generational success.
Clinical staff can expect a professional and relational outpatient therapy environment in which we strive to be collaborative, creative and supportive across disciplines. We strongly emphasize Trauma-Informed Care, cultural competency, Strengths-Based approaches, and establishing comfort and safety for our clients.
Expectations & Qualifications
Those interested in this position should have the following minimum qualifications:
- Masters or Doctorate degree in a mental health, social work, or counseling related field.
- Current license to practice mental health therapy in Montana (LCSW, LCPC, LPC, LMFT, MFT). Those having or working towards their LAC are encouraged to apply.
- National Provider Identification number (NPI) prior to the start date of employment.
- Demonstrated competence in professional, trauma-informed, and collaborative clinical work.
- Demonstrated commitment to the preservation of a workplace which embraces diverse clientele and staff alike.
Clinician Position Details
By working at Providence Mental Health, you will:
- Work with a strong, collaborative and gifted team.
- Be supported by a Leadership team that is dedicated to each employee’s growth and success.
- Work hard, have fun, and be proud of making a difference for families, individuals and youth throughout Montana.
- Receive an Innovative compensation structure tailored to clinician’s career goals with built in bonus potential! This includes a generous benefit package. Apply to find out more!
We recognize the health disparities of people of color, people from working class backgrounds, those with disabilities, women and LGBTQ people. We believe that the experiences of these communities must be valued in the work we do. Hence, we welcome applications from people with these identities or who are members of other marginalized communities.
How Can I Apply?
To apply please remit your cover letter and resume to Susan Lang, Human Resource Director.