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Covenant Theological Seminary

 Professor of Counseling 

Faculty Position Notice 

Job Description: 

Covenant Theological Seminary invites applications and nominations for a one-year faculty appointment at the level of Assistant, Associate, or full Professor of Counseling. The position will start in the summer or fall of 2021.

 Instructional responsibilities will be in the Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC) program, a Clinical Mental Health Counseling Track.

 Along with excellent teaching gifts, we seek a candidate who: 

* is committed to the discernment of truth and error in psychological theories in order to reclaim what is true to be used within a Christian approach to counseling; 

* has a long-term commitment to enabling students to develop a biblical foundation and framework for understanding people and helping them to change and grow; 

* has substantial experience in counseling clients; 

* ideally, has published and/or done research in the field. 

Requirements 

The qualified candidate will: 

* have an earned doctoral degree in counselor education from a CACREP-accredited program or have a related doctoral degree and have been employed as a full-time faculty member in a counselor education program for a minimum of one full-year academic year before July 1, 2013; 

* show evidence of teaching experience or promise of excellence in the classroom; 

* demonstrate ability in or potential for scholarship. 

Candidates must also be in significant agreement with the doctrinal distinctives of the Presbyterian Church in America (see covenantseminary.edu/why-covenant, noting especially the “Confessional” description near the bottom of the page). 

To Apply

 Please send cover letter and c.v. to Alissa.Cline@covenantseminary.edu<mailto:Alissa.Cline@covenantseminary.edu>, attention to: Dr. Brad Matthews, Dean of Faculty. The search will continue until the position is filled, but applications received by March 15, 2021, will receive fullest consideration.

About Covenant Theological Seminary 

For over 60 years Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri, has prepared students for a breadth of ministry callings. Our purpose is to train God’s servants to walk in God’s grace, minister God’s Word, and equip God’s people-all for God’s mission. Our ongoing participation in God’s mission comes in a Reformed and evangelical theological context as the seminary of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). Website: covenantseminary.edu

Safe Harbor Christian Counseling is currently accepting application for LCSW – C, LCPC and Psychologist who are licensed in Maryland or Washington DC for independent contractor positions. Opportunities available in the following areas: Bel Air, White Marsh, Townson, Ellicott City, Waldorf, Bowie, Upper Marlboro, Silver Spring, Washington DC. Looking for competent clinicians who integrate strong clinical interventions with the ability to work with children, adolescents, and/or adults. We offer flexible hours, autonomy, telehealth and in-person sessions. Our 40-person administrative office will assist you in setting up scheduled appointments and supporting you in the field. 

Part-time and full-time opportunities available with competitive pay. To learn more about our agency, visit safeharbor1.com or send resumes to kristen@safeharborbc.com

The Cedarville University<cedarville.edu> Department of Psychology<cedarville.edu/academic-schools-and-departments/psychology> invites applicants for a ranked full-time, tenure-track eligible position as an Assistant/Associate Professor of Psychology. Applicants must have a strong commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching and the ability to integrate faith and learning. Cedarville’s psychology students learn to think biblically and critically about human behaviors across genders, cultures, and ages and to relate psychological principles to everyday life and work. The psychology major is a comprehensive degree that prepares students to succeed in work and life within the fields of mental, social, and behavioral health, or beyond. This position is subject to the University’s verification of credentials along with other information required by law and Cedarville University policies, including the successful completion of a background check. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. This position is pending budget approval.

Position Requirements:

* Ph.D. or Psy.D. degree conferred in a Psychology discipline by Fall 2021. Priority will be given to applicants with degrees in Health Psychology, Cognitive or Neuropsychology, or Social Psychology

* Demonstrated excellence as an effective instructor.

* Demonstrated capability for research and scholarship.

* Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to complement our team well in mentoring students in education, scholarship, and professional development.

* Commitment to biblical integration of faith and learning both in and out of the classroom

* Qualified applicant must be a born-again Christian

* Qualified applicant must agree with and be willing to abide by Cedarville University’s Doctrinal

Statement<cedarville.edu/Job-Openings/Doctrinal-Statement.aspx>, Community

Covenant<cedarville.edu/Offices/Human-Resources/Staff-Standards.aspx>, and general Workplace

Standards<cedarville.edu/Offices/Human-Resources/Staff-Standards.aspx>.

Contact Information:

All official inquiries should be directed to Jennifer Cochran (jcochran@cedarville.edu<mailto:jcochran@cedarville.edu>) Director of Academic Human Resource Services. Position-specific inquiries should be directed to Dr. Luke Tse (tsel@cedarville.edu<mailto:tsel@cedarville.edu>), Chair, Department of Psychology.

Apply Now!<cedarville.edu/cf/hr/application>

Cedarville University is an Equal Opportunity Employer 

Executive Director | Forsyth Jail and Prison Ministry Founded in 1977, the Forsyth Jail and Prison Ministry has helped thousands of incarcerated men and women discover the true meaning of Christianity, and what it means to live as a Christian. Only through the help of hundreds of volunteers does this program work. Mission: Forsyth Jail & Prison Ministries uses Christ’s love and forgiveness to transform lives and break the cycle of crime and punishment. The Executive Director administers the programs, staff and volunteers of the Forsyth Jail and Prison Ministries at all its locations of service, and the community at large. The duties are in three main categories: supervision, administration, and community development. This is accomplished by planning events, directing programs, supervising staff, and coordinating the ministries’ administrative operation. The Executive Director performs these and other assigned duties under the direction of the Personnel Committee, and the Board of Directors.

Please use this hyperlink: capdev.com/nonprofit-executive-positions-detail.php?id=d69f16c5-bdc0-4cc4-a88c-2fe9c09f72a2

Seeds Wilderness Therapy is seeking a Clinical Director
Seeds works with families with troubled teens through an intensive 10-week experience in the woods of the Uncompahgre National Forest located in the western slope of Colorado. We are currently seeking a Clinical Director for our program, and would love you to join us in our mission. For more information regarding our program, the job duties and qualifications, and to complete an application with us, please follow the link below.
seeds.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=26&source=aWQ9MjA%3D

Thank you!

4KIDS – Therapists – Full Time

Are you ready for a meaningful career providing hope and healing to foster children who are placed with our amazing foster families? 4KIDS has Therapist job openings in Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, Collier, and Lee counties. 4KIDS brings hope to babies, kids, teens, and young adults by providing safe and secure environments for healing, equipped parents and caregivers who are trained to love kids from hard places, essential resources to meet their physical needs, nurturing counsel to help them thrive, and a renewed sense of value in their hearts.

Job Duties:

* Conducts individual, family, and group therapy sessions while implementing the EPIC approach in office, schools, and homes
* Conducts assessments as required
* Reviews and approves clinical assessments, as needed
* Coordinate with various individuals/agencies to obtain all necessary information regarding the child as available
* Maintains and updates documentation and the database as required
* Trains and supports foster parents in the EPIC approach
* Assesses the needs of and develops a behavioral plan for 4KIDS foster and adopted children and their parents/guardians
* Counsels and consults with parents on status of child’s progress as well as provides parenting support
* Conducts 4KIDS EPIC training sessions
* Prepares and conducts supplemental 4KIDS trainings as needed
* Attends staffings and team meetings, whether internal or external to 4KIDS, as requested
* Provides weekly reports for billing and statistical purposes
* Is available 24 hours a day as needed (excluding vacations) for emergency and on-call assessments
* Maintains highest ethical standards
* Adheres to all applicable laws and professional standards
* Facilitates training and support groups
* Follows Baker Act protocols when appropriate
* Attends weekly individual and group supervisory sessions
* Participates in all required clinical trainings
Job Qualifications:
* Master’s degree in mental health field and possess one year clinical experience
* License preferred
* Knowledgeable in areas of child development, family functioning, co-occurring disorders, child abuse and neglect, and resistant clients
* Knowledgeable in moderate statistical and research techniques
* Must demonstrate proficiency in verbal and written skills
* Must maintain current certifications determined by program
* Proficiency in Microsoft Office Programs
* Excellent problem solving skills
* Innovative thinking to meet goals
* Skilled in collaborating with other disciplines and services
* Knowledge of therapeutic techniques
* Public speaking skills
* Successfully complete initial drug screening and initial and annual background screenings

To apply, please visit our careers website https://www.4kids.us/about/careers

Pastoral Counselor Educator


Asbury Theological Seminary announces a faculty position in Pastoral Counseling in the Department of Counseling and Pastoral Care to serve the Wilmore, Kentucky campus. Preferred candidates will demonstrate a strong commitment to the integration of pastoral counseling and Christianity within the Wesleyan theological tradition, academic leadership, or the potential for academic leadership within the Department of Counseling and Pastoral Care, excellence in teaching, and scholarship or the potential for scholarship in pastoral counseling.


Candidates must identify as Pastoral Counselors. Candidates must offer demonstrable or transferable pedagogical and andragogical competencies in pastoral counseling and care with an emphasis upon effective teaching in in-person instruction, online instruction, hybrid and/or intensive course instruction at the Seminary’s Kentucky and Asbury Global sites (currently the Orlando School of Ministry, Tulsa, Memphis, and Colorado Springs).


Specific teaching assignments are determined by programmatic needs in collaboration with the faculty in the Department of Counseling and Pastoral Care, and in consultation with the Deans of the Beeson School of Practical Theology, Orlando School of Ministry, and the Provost.

The preferred, though negotiable, starting date is July 1, 2021. This position is potentially a tenure track and the rank is open, contingent upon qualifications and experience. See the additional Asbury Theological Seminary job postings for the counseling area. This Pastoral Care position is potentially one of the current three tenure-track counseling postings at the Seminary.


The normal teaching load for full-time faculty will be six courses per year, as determined by the Provost and Deans, with an eleven-month contract and possible teaching deployments within the eleven-month time frame as determined by programmatic needs. These needs are directed by the faculty in the Department of Counseling and Pastoral Care, in consultation with the office of the Provost and Deans.

Asbury Seminary faculty are eligible to apply for a one-semester sabbatical leave every 3 years to assist with scholarly productivity, service to the Seminary and the church, and to respond to global needs related to pastoral counseling, pastoral counselor education, and supervision.


The initial faculty appointment and required residential living requirement, contingent upon the candidates’ competencies and the institution’s staffing needs, will be in the Department of Counseling and Pastoral Care in the Wilmore/Lexington (Kentucky) area.


Successful candidates must have completed a Ph.D. or comparable degree in Pastoral Counseling or a related degree. Candidates with pastoral counseling experience are highly encouraged to apply. Veterans, individuals with disabilities, women, and all minority and diversity candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Also, candidates with the capacity for assuming department leadership and/or capacity for serving in an associate dean or dean role will be strongly considered.

Asbury Theological Seminary is a confessional seminary in the Wesleyan tradition. Unqualified and enthusiastic agreement with the Seminary’s confessional Statement of Faith, Mission, Strategic Vision, Collegial Faculty Covenant, Code of Institutional Values and Conduct, and Ethos statement is required. https://asburyseminary.edu/about/
For information on additional counseling area postings, see:
ATS Employment Archive. ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY HERE TO BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT. One of the four counseling area position offerings will
be contingent upon future funding.

Nominations and/or questions may be addressed to:
Dean of the Beeson School of Practical Theology
Attention: Counseling and Pastoral Care Search/Manager of BSPT
Asbury Theological Seminary
204 North Lexington Avenue
Wilmore, KY 40390
Jennifer.Miller@asburyseminary.edu


All materials should be received no later than Monday, February 15, 2021. Materials will be reviewed until the position is filled.

Founding Dean – School of Counseling

Asbury Theological Seminary announces a search for an accomplished, innovative, evangelical professor, visionary leader, effective administrator, and collaborative educator to serve as the Founding Dean of a new School of Counseling. Asbury Seminary’s counseling department programs in Mental Health (CACREP-accredited) and Pastoral Counseling have doubled in enrollment over the last five years and its program in Marriage and Family Counseling is currently applying for CACREP accreditation. The Seminary recently opened the Van Tatenhove Center for Counseling that provides services for students while offering supervised counseling internships on the Wilmore, Kentucky campus. A new Kentucky counseling center building location will be dedicated and opened in 2021 or 2022.

The Founding Dean will contribute to and implement the strategic vision for the new School of Counseling, including posturing the Seminary for evangelical and Wesleyan counseling leadership, resourcing, and networking. The Dean will collaboratively engage with both missional and strategic enrollment planning for the School of Counseling.

The counseling faculty deliver courses in multiple formats, including in-person, hybrid, and/or intensive courses and online. (The Seminary anticipates applying for accreditation of an online degree in 2022.) Counseling and pastoral care courses are located at the Seminary’s Kentucky and Asbury Global sites (currently the Orlando School of Ministry, Tulsa, Memphis, and Colorado Springs).

The Founding Dean will serve on the Seminary’s Academic Council and will guide
the design, timing, vision, and implementation of the new School of Counseling by no later than 2023, in collaboration with the faculty and Provost.

The Founding Dean appointment and required residential living requirement will be in the Wilmore/Lexington (Kentucky) area. She or he will qualify for regular, full faculty rank and identify either as a pastoral counselor or a counselor educator. This is a tenure track position. The preferred starting date is July 1, 2021, but is negotiable.

To serve as a CACREP core faculty, candidates must have completed the Ph.D. or comparable degree in Counselor Education and Supervision, preferably from a CACREP-accredited program. Candidates must be Licensed Professional Counselors/Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselors or be license eligible as professional counselors within their state of residence. Alternatively, candidates with related doctoral degrees must have been employed as full-time faculty members in a counselor education program for a minimum of one full academic year before July 1, 2013 (CACREP 2016 Standards Section 1.W).

Preferred candidates will demonstrate a strong commitment to the integration of counseling and the Christian faith within the Wesleyan theological tradition. They will model academic leadership within the Department of Counseling and Pastoral Care, including knowledge of CACREP standards and the process of preparing CACREP self-studies, excellence in teaching and supervision, and scholarship in counseling, counselor education, and supervision or pastoral counseling.

Candidates who identify as Pastoral Counselors are categorized as non-core CACREP faculty. Asbury Seminary faculty are eligible to apply for a one-semester sabbatical leave every 3 years to assist with scholarly productivity, service to the Seminary and the church, and to respond to global needs related to counseling, counselor education, and supervision. Veterans, individuals with disabilities, women, and all minority and diversity candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Asbury Theological Seminary is a confessional seminary in the Wesleyan tradition. Unqualified and enthusiastic agreement with the Seminary’s confessional Statement of Faith, Mission, Strategic Vision, Collegial Faculty Covenant, Code of Institutional Values and Conduct, and Ethos statement is required.https://asburyseminary.edu/about/

For information on additional counseling area postings, see:
ATS Employment ArchiveALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY HERE TO BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT.

Nominations or questions may be addressed to:
Dean of the Beeson School of Practical Theology
Attention: Founding Dean, School of Counseling Search
Asbury Theological Seminary
204 North Lexington Avenue
Wilmore, KY 40390
Jennifer.Miller@asburyseminary.edu

All materials should be received no later than Monday, February 15, 2021. Materials will be reviewed until the position is filled.

Counselor Education and Supervision


Asbury Theological Seminary announces multiple faculty positions in Counselor Education and Supervision in the Department of Counseling and Pastoral Care to serve in CACREP-accredited programs on the Wilmore, Kentucky campus and/or the Orlando/Asbury Seminary Global Delivery Platform. Preferred candidates will demonstrate a strong commitment to the integration of counseling and Christianity within the Wesleyan theological tradition, academic leadership, or the potential for academic leadership within the Department of Counseling and Pastoral Care, including knowledge of CACREP standards and the process of preparing CACREP self-studies, excellence in teaching and supervision, and scholarship or the potential for scholarship
in counseling, counselor education, and/or counselor supervision. Candidates must identify as Professional Counselors.

Candidates must offer demonstrable or transferable pedagogical and andragogical competencies in counselor education and supervision with an emphasis upon effective teaching in in-person instruction, online instruction, hybrid and/or intensive course instruction at the Seminary’s Kentucky and Asbury Global sites (currently the Orlando School of Ministry, Tulsa, Memphis, and Colorado Springs). Appointment locations are established by the needs of the Department’s growing CACREP programs.

Orlando/Asbury Seminary Global Delivery Platform Counselor Educator faculty position. At least one faculty appointment is dedicated to the Orlando/Asbury Seminary Global Delivery Platform. The successful candidate will bring administrative skills, excellence in teaching on multiple platforms, especially in online delivery, and specialization in clinical mental health counseling.

Wilmore, KY Counselor Educator faculty position. At least one faculty appointment is
dedicated to the Wilmore, KY campus. This successful candidate will bring administrative
skills, excellence in teaching on multiple platforms, and specialization for at least one of the candidates in marriage, couples, and family counseling.

Specific teaching assignments are determined by programmatic needs in collaboration with the faculty in the Department of Counseling and Pastoral Care, and in consultation with the Deans (Beeson School of Practical Theology, Orlando School of Ministry) and the Provost.


The preferred, though negotiable, starting date is July 1, 2021. Multiple positions are tenure track and the rank is open, contingent upon qualifications and experience, and one position is a one-year, non-tenure-track appointment, with rank contingent upon qualifications and experience. The normal teaching load for full-time faculty will be six courses per year, as determined by the Provost and Deans, with an eleven-month contract and possible teaching deployments within the eleven-month time frame as determined by programmatic needs. These needs are directed by the faculty in the Department of Counseling and Pastoral Care, in consultation with the offices of the Provost and Deans.
Tenure-track Asbury Seminary faculty are eligible to apply for a one-semester sabbatical leave every 3 years to assist with scholarly productivity, service to the Seminary and the church, and to respond to global needs related to counseling, counselor education, and supervision.
The initial faculty appointment and required residential living requirement, contingent upon the candidates’ competencies and the institution’s staffing needs, will be determined by the institution and will likely be either in the Wilmore/Lexington (Kentucky), Orlando (Florida), or Atlanta (Georgia) areas. These counselor educators will be appointed to serve in the Department of Counseling and Pastoral Care, and, as a counselor educator, will be appointed as a member of the Beeson School of Practical Theology or the Orlando/Global faculty team.

Depending on the candidates’ geophysical location, they will identify with the Wilmore,
Kentucky team or the Orlando/Asbury Seminary Global faculty team while they serve the
counseling programs housed in the Department of Counseling and Pastoral Care.
To serve as CACREP core faculty, candidates must have completed the Ph.D. or comparable degree in Counselor Education and Supervision. Candidates must be Licensed Professional Counselors/Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselors or be license eligible as professional counselors within their state of residence. Alternatively, candidates with related doctoral degrees must have been employed as full-time faculty members in a counselor education program for a minimum of one full academic year before July 1, 2013 (CACREP 2016 Standards Section 1.W).

A proven and successful record of, or potential for, academic leadership within the department is highly desirable. Veterans, individuals with disabilities, women, and all minority and diversity candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Also, candidates with the capacity for assuming department leadership and/or capacity for entering into an associate dean or dean role will be strongly considered. See the additional Asbury Theological Seminary job postings for the Founding Dean of the School of Counseling posting, and the Pastoral Counseling posting, which are two of the current three, tenure-track counseling hires referenced in this multiple-position posting: Asbury Theological Seminary Employment Archive ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY HERE TO BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT. One of the four positions posted will be
contingent upon future funding.

Asbury Theological Seminary is a confessional seminary in the Wesleyan tradition. Unqualified and enthusiastic agreement with the Seminary’s confessional Statement of Faith, Mission, Strategic Vision, Collegial Faculty Covenant, Code of Institutional Values and Conduct, and Ethos statement is required. https://asburyseminary.edu/about/


Nominations and/or questions may be addressed to:
Dean of the Beeson School of Practical Theology
Attention: Counseling and Pastoral Care Search/Manager of BSPT
Asbury Theological Seminary
204 North Lexington Avenue
Wilmore, KY 40390
Jennifer.Miller@asburyseminary.edu
All materials should be received no later than Monday, February 15, 2021. Materials will be reviewed until the position is filled.

JOIN OUR TEAM!

Tasso Counseling is seeking a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor OR Resident in Counseling to join our Tasso team. Applicants
should be trained or experienced in one or more of the following modalities: structural family therapy, systems, narrative, transgenerational, communication therapy, or
Cognitive Behavior Therapy.

About us: Tasso Counseling is a therapist-owned, outpatient clinic in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley in Staunton, VA. We are a fee-for-service center and provide both
in-person and telehealth sessions to our clients, Monday-Thursday. We are a strong faith-based team whose goal is to ensure collaboration, team-work, and effective
communication on a daily basis while delivering mental health services with excellence through a Christ-centered worldview. Please visit our website at
www.tassocounseling.com for more information about our current team and additional services we provide.

COVID-19 considerations

  • We are providing face masks and sanitizer to clients. We have a CDC-compliant protocol in place for face-to-face counseling. We are also seeing clients via our
  • HIPAA-compliant telehealth platform, as needed and as deemed appropriate. MFT/LPC Duties and Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
  • Conduct intake assessments
  • Obtain client history
  • Develop and implement individualized treatment plans as well as assign clinical diagnoses when appropriate
  • Document client progress each session
  • Provide mental health counseling to individuals, marriages, or families on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis
  • Provide discharge planning to clients
  • Conduct telehealth sessions via our HIPAA-Compliant platform
  • Attends weekly clinical supervision and individual supervision as scheduled

Requirements and Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in professional counseling, or Marriage and Family
  • Therapy. Will consider a master’s in social work for strong candidates.
  • VA MFT/LPC license
  • Training or experience in one or more treatment modalities
  • Clinical experience (at least one year of post-licensure experience preferred) if fully licensed
  • Resident in Counseling considered, if strong candidate
  • Shared values of Tasso Counseling
  • EXCELLENT soft skills: customer service skills both in and out of the counseling chair, problem solving skills, communication skills (both oral and written), strong team/others approach.
Contact:
Send your resume and cover letter to Heather Keene, Owner at hkeene@tassocounseling.com
Include why you would like to work in a faith-based practice.

The Position:

Keys to Living Counseling Center has two positions available.

  • Outpatient therapist: clinical competency in the treatment of a variety of issues including depression, anxiety and life adjustments. Experience with adolescents and couples is helpful but not required.
  • Child therapist: Specializing in play therapy and issues related to children.

 

Successful candidates place a high priority on the well-being and healing of our clients, and have a desire and commitment to work in a faith-based practice. Our therapists provide professional help regardless of the client’s particular perspective on faith.

The Practice:

Well regarded in eastern Iowa, Keys to Living has provided mental health services for 40 years. We have a well-developed referral base that has grown to encompass a broad section of eastern Iowa, the result of the quality therapy services our professionals provide.

  • While we are practitioners from a variety of backgrounds, we share a common Christian faith and a high level of respect for each other as colleagues.
  • The culture of Keys to Living prioritizes healthy relationships among staff.
  • Collaboration, case staffing and supervision toward licensure are available.
  • Professional growth is encouraged and valued.

 

Minimum Education and Experience:

  • Master’s degree in a clinical discipline (i.e., clinical or counseling psychology, clinical social work, marriage and family therapy, counseling)
  • Experience is helpful but not essential.

 

Minimum Licensure Requirements:

  •  Licensed as a LISW, LMSW, LMFT or other independent license.
  • Pre-licensed applicants with an LMHC, LMSW or LMFT will be considered.

 

COVID-19 considerations

We are providing face masks and sanitizer to clients. We have a CDC compliant protocol in place for face to face counseling. We see clients through secure Zoom and phone sessions and are seeing a limited number of clients in person.

 

The Location:

 

Contact:

  • Send your resume and cover letter to:  tim@keystoliving.org.
  • Include why you would like to work in a faith based practice.
  • Website: keystoliving.org

Timberline Knolls is seeking a Christian Therapist. Click Her for More Information 

Resumes acn be sent to:

   Juliet Caceres, PsyD., CEDS

   Director of Spiritual Services

   Juliet.caceres@timberlineknolls.com

JOIN OUR TEAM!

Tasso Counseling is seeking a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed

Professional Counselor OR Resident in Counseling to join our Tasso team. Applicants

should be trained or experienced in one or more of the following modalities: structural

family therapy, systems, narrative, transgenerational, communication therapy, or

Cognitive Behavior Therapy.

About us: Tasso Counseling is a therapist-owned, outpatient clinic in the heart of the

Shenandoah Valley in Staunton, VA. We are a fee-for-service center and provide both

in-person and telehealth sessions to our clients, Monday-Thursday. We are a strong

faith-based team whose goal is to ensure collaboration, team-work, and effective

communication on a daily basis while delivering mental health services with excellence

through a Christ-centered worldview. Please visit our website at

www.tassocounseling.com for more information about our current team and additional

services we provide.

COVID-19 considerations

We are providing face masks and sanitizer to clients. We have a CDC-compliant

protocol in place for face-to-face counseling. We are also seeing clients via our

HIPAA-compliant telehealth platform, as needed and as deemed appropriate.

MFT/LPC Duties and Responsibilities may include, but are not limited

to:

● Conduct intake assessments

● Obtain client history

● Develop and implement individualized treatment plans as well as assign

clinical diagnoses when appropriate

● Document client progress each session

● Provide mental health counseling to individuals, marriages, or families on a

weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis

● Provide discharge planning to clients

● Conduct telehealth sessions via our HIPAA-Compliant platform

● attends weekly clinical supervision and individual supervision as scheduled

Requirements and Qualifications:

● Master’s degree in professional counseling, or Marriage and Family

Therapy. Will consider a master’s in social work for strong candidates.

● VA MFT/LPC license

● Training or experience in one or more treatment modalities

● Clinical experience (at least one year of post-licensure experience

preferred) if fully licensed

● Resident in Counseling considered, if strong candidate

● Shared values of Tasso Counseling

● EXCELLENT soft skills: customer service skills both in and out of the

counseling chair, problem solving skills, communication skills (both oral

and written), strong team/others approach.

Contact:

● Send your resume and cover letter to Heather Keene, Owner at

hkeene@tassocounseling.com

● Include why you would like to work in a faith-based practice.

● Website: tassocounseling.com

Wellspring Counseling Center Executive Director:

The purpose of Wellspring Counseling Center of Greater Lafayette is to
provide Christian counseling that applies biblical truth that is
personally applicable and psychologically sound.

Wellspring Counseling Center of Greater Lafayette is a 501(c)(3)
charitable organization

The Executive Director is responsible for the supervision and management of the staff, and clients.

Job Description:

 

  • Function in a leadership position that will manage the overall operations of the office and implement the governing board’s vision and strategy for future growth
  • Organize and coordinate office administration and procedures
  • Responsible for creating communication protocols, streamlining administrative procedures, and oversee inventory control of office/counseling center supplies
  • Supervise counselor staff regarding office/clinical procedures
  • Provide expertise to ensure all clients receive high-quality, efficient care
  • Quarter to half time counseling opportunity, while developing leadership.

Responsibilities:

Staff

  • Conduct monthly team meetings to ensure consistent and effective communication, including proper oversight of client progress, and to ensure a team approach is being utilized
  • Lead staff meetings and discussions on ethical counseling procedures and other office-related topics
  • Organize and schedule meetings and appointments, as well as document meeting minutes
  • Monitor and assess staff morale and build team spirit and community
  • Provide adequate supervision to ensure that all services are in keeping with the Wellspring Mission Statement
  • Responsible for providing orientation and training to new employees
  • Ensure top performance of office staff by providing them adequate coaching and guidance
  • Coordinate with governing board, therapists, and office staff effectively to bridge the communication between groups and ensure maximum efficiency
  • Oversee counselors’ completion of clinical notes within 48 hours
  • Supervise counselors to ensure completion of intake forms with clients and compliance with office procedures such as locking filing door and appropriately discarding PHI

Management

  • Be a liaison to develop relationship with our partner churches
  • Outline counseling procedures for record disposal, safety procedures
  • Remain updated on technical and counseling knowledge by attending educational workshops
  • Build networks with fellow counseling professionals/community organizations
  • Participate in the planning and execution of counseling events
  • Monitor procedures for recordkeeping and filing systems
  • Ensure security, integrity, and confidentiality of client information as it pertains to HIPPA and the Counselor Code of Ethics
  • Create a new sliding scale application that includes release-of-information for churches to abide by HIPPA and other ethical codes of clinical practice
  • Discuss clients’ complaints or concerns with counselor and/or other leadership
  • Oversee the client intake process, complete and review related paperwork, and obtain signatures on all consents at the time of admission; send all necessary information to the home office; assign additional duties to milieu staff as necessary
  • Responsible for handling any subpoenas/legal concerns

Required Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in counseling, addiction, or related field
  • Current licensure in counseling or mental health field, LMFT, LCSW, LPC, or LMHC in the state of Indiana
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in a leadership role
  • Minimum 10 years’ experience in healthcare field
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills

Job Type:

  • Full-time

Schedule:

  • Monday-Friday

Education:

  • Master’s degree (Required)

License:

  • LMFT, LCSW, LPC, LMHC

Company’s website:

  • https://www.wellspringcenter.net

Work Remotely:

  • No

Psychotherapist/ Psychologist-  Sheltering Oaks Counseling Center is seeking a psychotherapist or psychologist to join our Christian group practice in Wesley Chapel (Tampa), FL.

All applicants should be licensed in Florida and available for a split schedule to work partially on weekends and partially on weekdays. We value building relationships within our community and helping our clients do the same. It is a core value of our business to promote healthy, lasting bonds within our team and to work collaboratively both in the office and out in the community. To learn more about our practice, please visit us at: www.shelteringoakscounseling.com

Required education:

    Doctorate in psychology

    or

    Master’s in psychology/ counseling/ social work

We provide:

  • A steady stream of referrals
  • Competitive compensation
  • An in-house bookkeeper
  • An in-house intake coordinator who fields calls and schedules appointments
  • Individual and group consultation with our Clinical Director
  • Bi-monthly group case consultation staff meetings
  • Monthly clinical didactic staff meetings
  • Supportive team environment
  • Comfortable office space
  • Job Type: Full-time

Please email a cover letter and resume/CV to:

Dr. Becky Guagliardo
drbecky@shelteringoakscounseling.com

Denver Seminary (Littleton, CO) seeks faculty candidates to teach in the Counseling Division with positions beginning July 2021.

Denver Seminary is a private, evangelical seminary whose growing Counseling Division is composed of ten full-time faculty serving four MA programs (Clinical Mental Health Counseling/CACREP accredited, School Counseling/pending CACREP review, Counseling Ministries, Chaplaincy) and a PhD program in Counselor Education and Supervision. Nestled between the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and the bustling city of Denver, residential positions are currently available within the Clinical Mental Health, School Counseling, and Counselor Education programs. This collaborative team seeks to add qualified faculty who share the Division’s passion, experience, and expertise in the teaching and practice of integrating excellent clinical skill with faith, and theology. Completed PhD in Counselor Education required.

Assistant/Associate Professor of Counseling (2 positions available)

* Full Time

* Non-tenure track, eligible for rank advancement

* 24 credit hours teaching MA level courses

Associate/Full Professor of Counseling and PhD Program Chair

* Full Time

* Tenure Track

* 18 credit hours teaching both PhD and MA level courses

Please visit denverseminary.edu for more information. A complete job description can be found in the Employment<denverseminary.edu/about/employment> section of the Denver Seminary website.

APPLICATION PROCESS: The candidate must fully support Denver Seminary’s Statement of Faith, Mission, Vision, Core Commitments and Community Values and Behavioral Commitments. Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to FacultySearch@denverseminary.edu by October 31, 2020. Please do NOT send transcripts, letters of recommendation, or credential files. Full applications will be requested of promising candidates.

Behavioral Health Center is hiring Behavioral Health Consultants. 

Esperanza Health Center is a multi-cultural Christian ministry that provides holistic healthcare to Latino and underserved communities of North Philadelphia. We are currently hiring for Behavioral Health Consultants to provide brief, immediate behavioral health interventions as part of integrated primary care. Job description below, email jabez.yeo@esperanzahealth.com for more information. Also click on the heading for more information.

Capstone Treatment Center is hiring therapists.

Unrivaled salary, paid time off and paid benefits:

  • Top salary with the ability to earn more.
  • 75% of health insurance premiums for employees and immediate family;
  • Matching retirement contributions
  • Paid Trainings plus all expenses
  • Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist (CSAT)
  • Certified Trauma Therapist (CTT)
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Level 1 & 2 (EMDR)
  • Paid On-site Supervision
  • All supervision to completion of LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) and/or an LMFT (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist), or comparable licensure
  • Annual Paid-Time-Off
  • 2 – 5 weeks paid vacation
  • 8 paid holidays
  • 25 – 30 paid sabbatical days

Positive team environment with a team of excellent Christian therapists on a mission to stand in the gap for struggling families in the name of Jesus Christ.

Qualifications include strong Christian character, maturity and hard work ethic, minimum of a master’s degree and licensure potential as an LPC and/or LMFT.

For more info email careers@capstonetc.com. To apply go to www.capstonetreatmentcenter.com, click the ABOUT US tab and select careers.

Therapist/CounselorThe Samaritan Counseling Center of Southwest Georgia is seeking a therapist (LPC, LMFT, LCSW) to join our incredible team. Part-time – full-time position in comfortable office setting. Previous counseling experience and Georgia license required. Responsibilities include developing and implementing individual treatment plans for clients, accurate documentation of services, as well as developing and facilitating group counseling sessions.

Qualifications:

Master’s degree in psychology/counseling or other health-related discipline.

Current Georgia license in professional discipline (LPC, LMFT, LCSW).

Maintaining professional skills through continued professional education.

At least two years’ post-licensure experience specifically in the field of mental health counseling required.

Must be able to integrate theology and therapeutic approach.

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Please email cover letter and resume to scswga@bellsouth.net or mail to The Samaritan Counseling Center of Southwest Georgia PO Box 1276 Bainbridge, GA 39818

Alpha Counseling – Coeur d’Alene Idaho is seeking therapists

Alpha Counseling is seeking licensed counselors for full and part time work to conduct individual, family, couples therapy to a wide array of clients.
All interested candidates please email resume/CV to jhufferalpha@gmail.com or go to www.myalphacounseling.org/careers.

The Home of Grace, a Christian residential addiction recovery program in Vancleave, Mississippi, is hiring a Lead Counselor. The successful candidate will have a Master’s Degree in counseling and be licensed, or eligible for licensing, in the state of Mississippi. Please forward your resume to pmeredith@homeofgrace.org.”

Denver Seminary – seeks a full-time, non-tenure track, faculty position in CACREP accredited Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, and School Counseling Program (currently under review for CACREP accreditation). PhD in Counselor Education required, along with the ability to intentionally integrate counseling and theology in the classroom and in clinical practice. Preference given to those with experience teaching at least three of the following: school counseling, theological foundations of counseling, research, psychopharmacology, trauma, sexuality, groups in counseling, and career development. This position begins July 1, 2020.

View Full Job Description:   https://denverseminary.edu/about/employment/

The Center for Children & Families is hiring family therapists. 

Come fulfill your purpose at a life-giving, Spirit-led workplace that offers highly competitive compensation that is in various areas in Louisiana and now in Mississippi. Openings are available in each location for healers and therapists with licensable degrees (LPC’s, LMFT’s, and Licensed Social Workers; provisional licensed clinicians are also welcome to apply) to serve as independent contractors working within evidence-based practices. Perks include onsite CEU’s, high-level supervision and optional onsite licensure supervision, and long-term career options.

Signing bonus considered for long distance move.

Send your resume to hiring@standforhope.org  today and come be the hope in a child’s story.

Visit https://www.standforhope.org/therapeutic-services-jobs.html for more information.

Graduate Counseling Program Director/Assistant Professor of Counseling

Huntington University invites applicants for: Director of Graduate Counseling/Assistant Professor of Counseling.

See www.huntington.edu/human-resources/employment-opportunities/ for job description/application instructions.

Full time with benefits included. Huntington University is an equal opportunity employer.  Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. 

Mental Health Counselor
Agape Counseling Center–Dayton, OH 45458

Immediate opening for part or full-time independently licensed Ph.D., Psy.D., LISW, or LPCC in 40-year established practice located in southern suburb of Dayton, OH. Services are needed for children, adolescents, adults, as well as couples. Therapist will be on payroll with an administrative staff ready to assist with scheduling, billing, client appointment reminders, and other client issues. Therapist needs to be familiar with faith-based issues of clients. (This posting is for job applicants only). Thank you!

Required education:

  • Master’s or Ph.D

Required license or certification:

  • D., Psy.D., LISW, or LPCC

Executive Director Samaritan Ministries | Winston Salem, NC

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Samaritan Ministries is an interdenominational, volunteer-based Christian ministry that serves Winston-Salem & Forsyth County. Their Soup Kitchen and Samaritan Inn Shelter are open 365 days/nights a year to serve people in need.

The University of Mary Hardin Baylor seeks qualified faculty for its Master of Arts in Counseling Program. This is a year-round (12-month), tenure-track position. UMHB seeks faculty who are active Christians and dedicated teacher-scholars to prepare students for leadership, service, and faith-informed discernment in a global society. This position includes teaching graduate courses in the Professional Counseling Program; advising and mentoring counseling students; providing clinical supervision to practicum andinternship students; and participating in departmental and university committees. This positionwill teach three graduate courses during fall and spring semesters, and two graduate courses during each summer semester. Competitive salary commensurate with experience, excellent benefits including day one medical and dental insurance, retirement plan with match and UMHB tuition benefits for employees and their dependents. TO APPLY: Visit our website: Please include a description of your own Christian beliefs and commitments.

Faculty Position The School of Professional Studies (SPS) at North Park University is seeking a full-time(9-month), tenure-track faculty member in the Masters in Counseling Psychology Program (MACP) at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. SPS is seeking a candidate who will contribute to the continued growth of the program especially as it seeks CACREP accreditation. Ph.D. or Ed.D. required.

Contact Lori Scrementi, Dean of the School of Professional Studies, North Park University 3225 W. Foster Ave. Box 33 Chicago, IL 60625-4895

lscrementi@northpark.edu

 

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