Mental Health Counselor/Therapist

Job Description & Requirements

We are proud to employ individuals with a passion for helping others develop skills and perspective that allow them to help themselves. We hire Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC), Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors (LCPC), Licensed Master Social Workers (LMSW), and Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW).

Looking for the right fit? 

We are very excited to be growing! We've been proudly serving Idaho for six years now and with a stellar reputation for compassion, integrity, and consistency, we are ready to offer a larger impact and increase our reach. We currently have in-person, telehealth, and/or hybrid positions available and can offer roles on our team that fit your lifestyle. Whether you are brand new to the field and recently licensed, or you've been in the field for some time and are looking for something supportive and communicative, we are seeking individuals that are prepared to assist and support the communities we serve professionally and compassionately. We truly offer a positive and supportive atmosphere with very real support for growth, development, and communication. Pride Mental Health and it's team offer a place you can feel valued, somewhere you can contribute your experience, wisdom, and insight, and somewhere you can feel validated for the incredible difference you make. 

 We strive to provide a friendly, warm, and inviting atmosphere that helps to make all individuals feel safe and welcomed, team members and clients alike. While other companies focus on numbers, we focus on the individual, the therapeutic process, the team approach, and all that we can do to better serve our community. We'd be honored to get to know you better, and discuss the possibility of meeting each other's needs.

 

Why We Are Different

We highly value each of our team members. Of course, every agency offers that statement, or something similar, right? We say it, and we mean it. If you are curious enough, I'd even encourage you to reach out to our staff members and ask them directly. In addition to how we care for our team and clients, we actively participate within the community, attending and hosting events that help provide resources to community members so they can better navigate toward their own success. We highly emphasize the importance both team and individualized support, as well as continued learning and education. We also place incredible value on communication and recognize how essential it is for the success of our clients, as well as with our team. At Pride Mental Health, your team members stand with you. When a team works together, it combines the collective strengths and establishes opportunity for weaknesses to cancel themselves out.

*Qualified candidates must be Licensed in Idaho, but are not required to live in Idaho or the Treasure Valley area (unless the therapist's preference is to see clients in person). Our Counseling Services can also be provided through safe, secure telehealth platforms. Part-time and full-time positions available. 

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • The Therapist will be responsible for identifying individual and family psychosocial, emotional, and cultural needs and priorities for care through assessment, care planning, clinical interventions, education, and evaluation of outcomes. 
  • Through documentation and oral communication, the Mental Health Therapist shares essential information with healthcare team members when appropriate. 
  • Abides by the American Counseling Association accepted standards for mental health counseling. 
  • Adhere to clinics policies, procedures, and the professional code of ethics. As well as maintaining licensure standards. 
  • Maintain accurate client documentation within the time frame established by clinic and/or insurance company. 
  • Work well with team members as well as independently with the ability to market themselves in the community. 
  • Ability to work with a diverse clientele. 

 

Minimum Requirements:

  • Masters/Graduate degree in the Counseling or Social Work profession. 
  • Idaho Professional Licensure in one of the following: Psychologist, Social Work (LMSW or LCSW), Professional Counselor (LCPC or LPC), or Marriage and Family Therapist. 
  • Maintain professional licensure, including continued education credits/Units. 
  • Ability to pass a federal criminal history background check through Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. 
  • Ability to work with diverse population who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis. 
  • Team Oriented (we work, function, support, and provide our services as a supportive team).

We'd be honored to have the opportunity to meet and discuss the potential of being able to meet each other's needs. 

Our Mission: to develop professional relationships and work together with individuals to identify, utilize, and increase personal strengths that offer opportunities to develop or regain control over mental health and daily life. We assist individuals in accomplishing self-directed goals by providing professional, non-judgmental, and caring support, through therapy and various community services with Positivity, Respect, Integrity, Dependability, and Effort. 

Job Type: Full-time, Part-time

 

Therapist Start Pay and Benefits

Salary: $30.00 - $35.00 per billable hour (negotiable depending on experience).

Benefits: Competitive Pay, PTO program (start accruing at 90 days), 401(k) Program, Reimbursement rates for documentation related tasks (not typically offered at other agencies), Flexible Part-Time & Full-Time hours available, Thorough Training & Shadowing Program, Excellent Team Support and Communication, and more.