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  • Counselor licensed in Illinois at Restorative Solutions Counseling, LLC
    Restorative Solutions Counseling is a private practice with a focus on helping each other continuously grow in our clinical abilities, as well as providing the utmost in quality care for our clients. We are a small outpatient counseling facility owned by a team of counselors who have all experienced the downsides of larger organizations and bureaucracies. We prioritize a healthy work/home balance because we do not want any clinician in our company to become burnt out. Our website is www.restorativesolutionscounseling.squarespace.com We are looking for a skilled and clinically licensed mental health counselor to join our team. Preference will be given to a counselor who hold a valid LCPC or LCSW in the state of Illinois. This position is for a full time counselor to help us provide care for clients ranging in ages from 4 and up. Full time with Restorative Solutions Counseling consists of working at least 4 days per week with a caseload minimum of 5-6 clients per work day. Schedules are very flexible. Benefits include: Malpractice insurance, license renewal fees, $300/year toward continuing education costs, and a furnished office. If interested, please submit the following: Cover letter Resume or CV 3 letters of reference Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
  • Clinical Administrative Support Specialist - Wolf Pack - Therapy. Institute. Consulting.
    The preliminary function of the CASS is to implement, monitor, and support administrative activities to ensure a smooth operations system and operational, organization, marketing, and clinical tasks, including maintaining a caseload of therapy clients. Regular and ad hoc responsibilities support strategic planning, daily operations, billing and service reimbursement reconciliation, therapist support, digital marketing & customer service. Send resumes to info@wolfpacktherapy.com.
  • BiLingual Therapist/Counselor - OMNI Youth Services
    OMNI’s counseling department is preparing for an expansion of services and we would you to be a part of our team! OMNI offers financial support as our team members pursue licensure. As a member of the team, you will continue to expand your skills in the areas of group facilitation, family therapy, case conceptualization, and case management. You will receive regular support and teaching from experts in the field while collaborating with fun and energetic colleagues. The position requires someone who is passionate about working with youth and adults in the areas of family conflict, substance abuse, and other behavioral health issues. Clients present a range of symptoms from low to high risk. Candidates must possess the willingness and ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Job Summary: To provide individual, group, and family counseling and other supportive services to assigned clients. Services are provided mostly to those that speak Spanish as a primary language. Knowledge and Skill Requirements: Fluent in Spanish. Flexibility and willingness to work evening and/or weekend hours as needed. Ability to demonstrate sensitivity to clients’ and coworkers’ cultural and socioeconomic characteristics. High level of interpersonal and communication skills. Work effectively with diverse workforce and client groups. Keen attention to detail and ability to multitask. Ability to exercise independent judgment and use of discretion in performance of duties operating within the limits of the agency’s standard practice. Ability to use Microsoft Word and Outlook. Ability to become licensed within two years of date of employment. Valid Drivers’ License and proof of insurance. Education Requirements: Master’s degree in human services field, preferably social work or counseling. Application Instructions: If interested, please apply via our website at www.Omni4All.org or email your cover letter and resume to hr@omni4all.org.
  • Clinical Therapist II - Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH)
    Please view City of Chicago Careers Site for full job listing and link to directly apply (search for job number: 395519) https://chicago.taleo.net/careersection/100/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en Job Posting Expires: May 22, 2024 Mission: CDPH works with communities and partners to create an equitable, safe, resilient and Healthy Chicago. Under general supervision, the class provides professional therapeutic treatment services in a clinical and administrative capacity, and performs related duties as required. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: · Conducts comprehensive clinical interviews with clients and their families to collect data needed for mental health assessment and diagnostic purposes. · Handles more complex and difficult cases, working with individuals and families with multiple or more severe psycho-social problems. · Develops individual treatment plans based on clinical assessments and diagnostic interviews. · Conducts individual, group, and family mental health treatments in one-on-one and or group health counseling sessions. · Provides intensive psychotherapy and counseling to clients with high rates of recidivism. · Meets with supervisor and participates in group staff meetings to review the status of caseloads and the progress of clients. · Consults with psychiatrists, physicians, and other clinical staff for cooperative planning and implementation of treatment plans. · Provides case management services to assigned client caseload. More duties contained in the full job listing Minimum Qualifications Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Master's degree in Psychology or Social Work, plus one year of professional mental health experience; or a Master's degree in Guidance and Counseling, Vocational Rehabilitation, Pastoral Counseling, Art Therapy, or Educational Psychology, plus one year post-master's supervised practicum carried out in a mental health setting, as well as one additional year of professional mental health experience, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience, provided that the minimum degree requirement is met.
  • Public Health Nurse II - Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH)
    Please view City of Chicago Careers Site for full job listing and link to directly apply (search for job number: 395520) https://chicago.taleo.net/careersection/100/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en Job Posting Expires: May 23, 2024 Mission: CDPH works with communities and partners to create an equitable, safe, resilient and Healthy Chicago. Under supervision, the class works with patients seeking mental health, physical health, and/or social care resources, providing professional nursing care to individuals, groups, and families to improve the overall health of communities, or functions as a nursing team leader across locations where the city provides healthcare services and performs related duties as required. ESSENTIAL DUTIES · Conduct comprehensive health assessments using standardized screening tools focused on primary care screening and monitoring (e.g. taking vitals, clinical triage, blood draws), referrals coordination, immunizations and preventative care, post-partum care (e.g. lactation support), capillary blood test for lead, review of childhood vaccination status, pregnancy testing, disease surveillance, and chronic disease management. · Collaborate with interdisciplinary team to develop comprehensive treatment plans, referral processes, and other protocols that address both the primary and mental health care needs of patients. · Serve as a clinical liaison to support cross-CDPH program needs and support within the health department and city departments. · Develop and deliver health educational programs and interventions to increase awareness for the patients as part of their treatment / care plan. · Establish and engage in partnerships with community organizations and local stakeholders. · Maintain accurate and up-to-date electronic health records, documenting assessments and interventions. · Works with a caseload of clients in a community setting, making home visits to collect data, complete assessments and ensure clients follow prescribed treatment plans. More job responsibilities listed in posting. Minimum Qualifications Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing accredited by the National League for Nursing (NLN) or an approved foreign credential evaluation, plus one year of professional nursing experience Licensure, Certification, or other Qualifications · Must be licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse. · Applicants must possess a valid State of Illinois Registered Nurse license at the time of employment.
  • Clinical Therapist III - Chicago Department of Public Health
    Clinical Therapist III Interested applicants must apply directly using the City of Chicago website. For full job listing visit the website: https://chicago.taleo.net/careersection/100/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en and search for job number: 394754 Mission: CDPH works with communities and partners to create an equitable, safe, resilient and Healthy Chicago. Under general supervision, the class provides professional therapeutic treatment services in a supervisory and administrative capacity, and performs related duties as required. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: · Manages a therapeutic program by providing therapy to persons with serious mental illness, coordinating case management services to clients and overseeing clinical staff to ensure adherence to program goals and standards. · Maintains caseloads, reviews treatment plans prepared by staff and facilitates psychotherapy sessions for clinical staff. · Meets with staff to review the status of caseloads and the process of clients. · Provides professional diagnostic assessment and psychotherapy to individuals, groups and families. · Consults with psychiatrist, physicians, clinical therapist, and other staff members to ensure cooperative treatment planning. · Provides referral and linkages with outside agencies to obtain additional services needed by clients. · Provides professional diagnostic assessment and psychotherapy to individuals, groups, and families. NOTE: The list of essential duties is not intended to be inclusive; there may be other duties that are essential to particular positions within the class. Minimum Qualifications Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Master's degree in Psychology or Social Work, plus three years of professional mental health experience; or Master's degree in Guidance and Counseling, Vocational Rehabilitation, Pastoral Counseling, Art Therapy, or Educational Psychology, plus one-year post-master's supervised practicum carried out in a mental health setting, as well as three additional years of professional mental health experience, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience, provided that the minimum degree requirement is met.
  • Counselor licensed in Illinois at Restorative Solutions Counseling, LLC
    Restorative Solutions Counseling is a private practice with a focus on helping each other continuously grow in our clinical abilities, as well as providing the utmost in quality care for our clients. We are a small outpatient counseling facility owned by a team of counselors who have all experienced the downsides of larger organizations and bureaucracies. We prioritize a healthy work/home balance because we do not want any clinician in our company to become burnt out. Our website is www.restorativesolutionscounseling.squarespace.com We are looking for a skilled and clinically licensed mental health counselor to join our team. Preference will be given to a counselor who hold a valid LCPC or LCSW in the state of Illinois. This position is for a full time counselor to help us provide care for clients ranging in ages from 4 and up. Full time with Restorative Solutions Counseling consists of working at least 4 days per week with a caseload minimum of 5-6 clients per work day. Schedules are very flexible. Benefits include: Malpractice insurance, license renewal fees, $300/year toward continuing education costs, and a furnished office. If interested, please submit the following: Cover letter Resume or CV 3 letters of reference Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
  • Clinical Administrative Support Specialist - Wolf Pack - Therapy. Institute. Consulting.
    The preliminary function of the CASS is to implement, monitor, and support administrative activities to ensure a smooth operations system and operational, organization, marketing, and clinical tasks, including maintaining a caseload of therapy clients. Regular and ad hoc responsibilities support strategic planning, daily operations, billing and service reimbursement reconciliation, therapist support, digital marketing & customer service. Send resumes to info@wolfpacktherapy.com.
  • BiLingual Therapist/Counselor - OMNI Youth Services
    OMNI’s counseling department is preparing for an expansion of services and we would you to be a part of our team! OMNI offers financial support as our team members pursue licensure. As a member of the team, you will continue to expand your skills in the areas of group facilitation, family therapy, case conceptualization, and case management. You will receive regular support and teaching from experts in the field while collaborating with fun and energetic colleagues. The position requires someone who is passionate about working with youth and adults in the areas of family conflict, substance abuse, and other behavioral health issues. Clients present a range of symptoms from low to high risk. Candidates must possess the willingness and ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Job Summary: To provide individual, group, and family counseling and other supportive services to assigned clients. Services are provided mostly to those that speak Spanish as a primary language. Knowledge and Skill Requirements: Fluent in Spanish. Flexibility and willingness to work evening and/or weekend hours as needed. Ability to demonstrate sensitivity to clients’ and coworkers’ cultural and socioeconomic characteristics. High level of interpersonal and communication skills. Work effectively with diverse workforce and client groups. Keen attention to detail and ability to multitask. Ability to exercise independent judgment and use of discretion in performance of duties operating within the limits of the agency’s standard practice. Ability to use Microsoft Word and Outlook. Ability to become licensed within two years of date of employment. Valid Drivers’ License and proof of insurance. Education Requirements: Master’s degree in human services field, preferably social work or counseling. Application Instructions: If interested, please apply via our website at www.Omni4All.org or email your cover letter and resume to hr@omni4all.org.
  • Clinical Therapist II - Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH)
    Please view City of Chicago Careers Site for full job listing and link to directly apply (search for job number: 395519) https://chicago.taleo.net/careersection/100/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en Job Posting Expires: May 22, 2024 Mission: CDPH works with communities and partners to create an equitable, safe, resilient and Healthy Chicago. Under general supervision, the class provides professional therapeutic treatment services in a clinical and administrative capacity, and performs related duties as required. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: · Conducts comprehensive clinical interviews with clients and their families to collect data needed for mental health assessment and diagnostic purposes. · Handles more complex and difficult cases, working with individuals and families with multiple or more severe psycho-social problems. · Develops individual treatment plans based on clinical assessments and diagnostic interviews. · Conducts individual, group, and family mental health treatments in one-on-one and or group health counseling sessions. · Provides intensive psychotherapy and counseling to clients with high rates of recidivism. · Meets with supervisor and participates in group staff meetings to review the status of caseloads and the progress of clients. · Consults with psychiatrists, physicians, and other clinical staff for cooperative planning and implementation of treatment plans. · Provides case management services to assigned client caseload. More duties contained in the full job listing Minimum Qualifications Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Master's degree in Psychology or Social Work, plus one year of professional mental health experience; or a Master's degree in Guidance and Counseling, Vocational Rehabilitation, Pastoral Counseling, Art Therapy, or Educational Psychology, plus one year post-master's supervised practicum carried out in a mental health setting, as well as one additional year of professional mental health experience, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience, provided that the minimum degree requirement is met.
  • Public Health Nurse II - Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH)
    Please view City of Chicago Careers Site for full job listing and link to directly apply (search for job number: 395520) https://chicago.taleo.net/careersection/100/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en Job Posting Expires: May 23, 2024 Mission: CDPH works with communities and partners to create an equitable, safe, resilient and Healthy Chicago. Under supervision, the class works with patients seeking mental health, physical health, and/or social care resources, providing professional nursing care to individuals, groups, and families to improve the overall health of communities, or functions as a nursing team leader across locations where the city provides healthcare services and performs related duties as required. ESSENTIAL DUTIES · Conduct comprehensive health assessments using standardized screening tools focused on primary care screening and monitoring (e.g. taking vitals, clinical triage, blood draws), referrals coordination, immunizations and preventative care, post-partum care (e.g. lactation support), capillary blood test for lead, review of childhood vaccination status, pregnancy testing, disease surveillance, and chronic disease management. · Collaborate with interdisciplinary team to develop comprehensive treatment plans, referral processes, and other protocols that address both the primary and mental health care needs of patients. · Serve as a clinical liaison to support cross-CDPH program needs and support within the health department and city departments. · Develop and deliver health educational programs and interventions to increase awareness for the patients as part of their treatment / care plan. · Establish and engage in partnerships with community organizations and local stakeholders. · Maintain accurate and up-to-date electronic health records, documenting assessments and interventions. · Works with a caseload of clients in a community setting, making home visits to collect data, complete assessments and ensure clients follow prescribed treatment plans. More job responsibilities listed in posting. Minimum Qualifications Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing accredited by the National League for Nursing (NLN) or an approved foreign credential evaluation, plus one year of professional nursing experience Licensure, Certification, or other Qualifications · Must be licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse. · Applicants must possess a valid State of Illinois Registered Nurse license at the time of employment.
  • Clinical Therapist III - Chicago Department of Public Health
    Clinical Therapist III Interested applicants must apply directly using the City of Chicago website. For full job listing visit the website: https://chicago.taleo.net/careersection/100/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en and search for job number: 394754 Mission: CDPH works with communities and partners to create an equitable, safe, resilient and Healthy Chicago. Under general supervision, the class provides professional therapeutic treatment services in a supervisory and administrative capacity, and performs related duties as required. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: · Manages a therapeutic program by providing therapy to persons with serious mental illness, coordinating case management services to clients and overseeing clinical staff to ensure adherence to program goals and standards. · Maintains caseloads, reviews treatment plans prepared by staff and facilitates psychotherapy sessions for clinical staff. · Meets with staff to review the status of caseloads and the process of clients. · Provides professional diagnostic assessment and psychotherapy to individuals, groups and families. · Consults with psychiatrist, physicians, clinical therapist, and other staff members to ensure cooperative treatment planning. · Provides referral and linkages with outside agencies to obtain additional services needed by clients. · Provides professional diagnostic assessment and psychotherapy to individuals, groups, and families. NOTE: The list of essential duties is not intended to be inclusive; there may be other duties that are essential to particular positions within the class. Minimum Qualifications Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Master's degree in Psychology or Social Work, plus three years of professional mental health experience; or Master's degree in Guidance and Counseling, Vocational Rehabilitation, Pastoral Counseling, Art Therapy, or Educational Psychology, plus one-year post-master's supervised practicum carried out in a mental health setting, as well as three additional years of professional mental health experience, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience, provided that the minimum degree requirement is met.
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