We are now hiring a mental health professional in Denver/Lakewood, Colorado. Please share with anyone you think may be interested!
We are looking for licensed mental health professionals (Psychologist, LPC, LCSW, LMFT) for a growing practice specializing in the treatment of trauma. Current specialty areas for the practice are working with crime victims (adults and children), working with members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and working with law enforcement, fire fighters, emergency medical providers, medical personnel, and military personnel and veterans, but you could develop your own areas of expertise under the umbrella of providing trauma treatment.
This is an excellent role for someone who has done agency work but now would like to specialize more and to have more control over their time and caseload.
This is an excellent role for someone who would like the benefits of a private practice without the headache of dealing with running a business.
Ideal candidates have the ability to work independently, have strong ethics and boundaries, and be flexible and organized. Work can be done in person in the Lakewood office or via telehealth.
Duties are primarily individual therapy with assigned clients. There may be some potential for providing critical incident debriefings, wellness checks for emergency responders, and training for helping professionals.
· Furnished office space located in professional Lakewood office building
· Phone, computer, internet (in office), printing, copying, supplies
· Electronic medical record
· Billing done for you
· Assistance with insurance credentialing
· Flexible schedule
· Assigned client
This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of a rapidly growing business.
Pay ranges from $50-$70 per session depending on experience. Bonus pay will be awarded for meeting goals for number of services provided.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Salary: $50.00 - $70.00 per hour
Please submit a CV or resume and letter of interest to email@example.com.
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We are committed to trying to remain open and seeing you in person if that is what you prefer. We have done our best to minimize the possibility of exposure to COVID-19, but the chance of exposure cannot be eliminated. We ask that you respectfully abide by the following guidelines:
Do not enter if you have a fever or feel sick.
Leave at-risk people at home when possible.
Limit to one person per family in the waiting room when possible.
Maintain a distance of 6-feet from other people.
Sanitizer is available in the waiting room and in your psychologist's office.
Masks are required in the office as long as a mask mandate is in place in Jefferson County. If there is no mask mandate, please wear a mask in the waiting room, but you and your psychologist can decide what to do in the office.