This position includes the opportunity to work with a range of clientele. NPFS offers/encourages in-person therapy. Telehealth therapy is available. We are looking
for gifted, experienced, and caring counselors who want to encourage and empower lasting change in youth, adults and families who are struggling with mental health disorders.
• Master’s degree in counseling/Behavioral Health/Social Work
• Experience &/or training in providing trauma therapy, family therapy, group therapy, clinical assessment, and DSM 5 diagnoses, developing treatment plans.
**NPFS also is a site that accepts interns from master college programs. Stipends are available and opportunity for paid staff positions.
Behavioral Health Counselors provide mental health services, case management and care coordination for a caseload of clients of various economic, social, cultural, and gender identity backgrounds. New Priorities Family Services Staff are nonjudgmental, caring, and team players. They work in collaboration with the client, their family, and the treatment team to implement developmentally appropriate individual evidenced based clinical interventions and trauma-informed therapies that promote improved behavioral and symptom management. We seek to Deliver treatment interventions that are in alignment with best practices, are strengths based, and is developmental in design.
NPFS offers staff supervision for those seeking State Licensure or CADC Certification. We collaborate with colleges to provide master internships at NPFS in mental health and substance abuse.
Openings are available for part time or full time. 8- 10 hr shifts are determined by the staff member and supervisor.
Dependent on training, experience. Stipends available for interns.