Providence Mental Health serves the Gallatin Valley offering a strengths-based treatment team approach that provides care for Individuals and Family-Systems: including Adolescents, Families, and Couples.
Providence Mental Health is seeking a licensed outpatient therapist.
Candidates will possess clinical experience, good clinical skills and have a desire to work within a treatment team environment that is Strengths-Based and concentrates on Trauma-Informed Care.
Must have a passion to facilitate real change in the life of our clients and their family members seeking to impact long-term generational change.
Qualified applicants with degrees:
- STATUS: Full-Time
- PAY: $52,000 – $64,000
- 6 paid holidays when the office is closed, plus others at the discretion of Management
- 80 hours per year paid time off, plus vacation time after one year service
- Health, dental, vision, and Aflac options with employer contribution
- Company-owned laptop provided
Connections Counselor Job Description
Providence Mental Health applies a unique clinical approach known as the Treatment Team Model. Each client, whether individual, couples, or within a family system, receives their own clinician, within a treatment team. These team members collaborate to assist family members while maintaining individual confidentiality and assisting the family to dissolve barriers and improve relationships.
We also combine strengths-based, trauma-informed, and family systems treatment models to help patients identify and overcome past trauma, so they can lead healthier, happier lives. Providence Mental Health clinicians make themselves aware and sensitive to the individualized need of our clients and do not apply cookie-cutter templates. Our clients experience treatment that informs them that they are understood and not alone.
To learn more please visit our website at: Providence Mental Health
How Can I Apply?
To apply please remit your cover letter and resume to Susan Lang, Human Resource Director.