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Voice For Children & Nurturing Families is a small pediatric and family group practice (also providing treatment to adults and couples) that believes that respect and relationships are extremely important. Our therapists treat each other as family— we function as a family and a team. We have positive energy, and we feel connected when entering the building. We communicate well with each other, and we value and respect every therapist. We have one common goal, and that is to help every patient and family meet their potential by decreasing their symptoms to add value and self-worth to their lives. We laugh and have a good time because laughter is good for the soul.

We Are Currently Hiring the Following Professionals

We are recruiting compassionate and collaborative therapists dedicated to enhancing our patients' well-being and quality of life. At Voice for Children & Nurturing Families, we provide an environment of teamwork, support, and connection.

Full-time caseload: 32 sessions
Part-time: 15-31 hour sessions

In-Office, Virtual, or Hybrid Positions

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (fully and provisional licensed) 
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (fully and provisional licensed)

Licensed Psychological Associate (LPA) or Doctor of Psychology (PsyD)

Why Consider Joining Our Team?

Flexible scheduling ~ all staff choose their schedule!

Paid time off (PTO) for a healthy work-life balance.

Individual office in a collaborative and welcoming practice.

Access to resources, tools, and interventions. 

Therapist Requirements & Responsibilities


  • A master's or doctoral degree in a mental health-related field (e.g., Social Work, Psychology, Counseling)

  • Licensure/Certification or Provisional Licensure/Certification eligible

  • Independently licensed and credentialed with all insurance companies (once hired)

  • Previous experience in office/home-based mental health, and/or knowledge of EHR are desirable but not required


  • Flexibility in scheduling

  • Per session reimbursement 

  • Paid time off (PTO)

  • Individual office 

  • In-office tools and interventions 

  • Clinical supervision provided for Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselors

  • A percentage is paid for Licensed Clinical Social Worker (fully or provisionally licensed) and Psychologist clinical supervision 

  • Direct Deposit


  • Provide high-quality, compassionate, and ethical outpatient mental health therapy to clients

  • Complete clinical documentation

  • Maintain required billable hours

  • Actively participate as a positive member of the team environment

  • Maintain good standing with the appropriate board and insurance entities

  • Stay current with updated research and best practices

  • Educate clients or community members about mental or physical illness, abuse, medication, or available community resources

  • Collaborate with counselors, physicians, or nurses to plan or coordinate treatment

  • Perform other duties as assigned (including but not limited to completion of Social Security/Disability forms, authorization and billing forms, phone calls, and participating in case consultation meetings)

  • Develop Clinical Comprehensive Assessments and Diagnostic Assessments

  • Develop service plans, monitor progress, and complete comprehensive crisis plans

  • Every two weeks, carry the crisis phone, evaluate the crisis, and respond as necessary

  • Develop or advise on social policy or assist in community development

Apply Today!

Thank you for your interest in joining the Voice For Children & Nurturing Families team. Please fill out the form below to apply. If your qualifications and experience meet our needs, we will contact you to schedule an interview.

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