Mental Health Clinician
Catholic Charities of Idaho
Location: Catholic Charities of Idaho Boise Office
Salary: Competitive Pay
Type of Employment: Exempt, full-time (30-40 hours/week)
Hours: Monday thru Thursday, 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Reports to: Clinical Director, Counseling
Therapist sought to provide out-patient counseling to individuals, children, couples and families at Catholic Charities of Idaho. We are a diverse office, counseling individuals of all faiths and backgrounds, including children, adolescents, and adults. We are committed to serving our clients with a Catholic understanding of the person, marriage and family life, as well as each individual’s culture, race, religion and gender.
At Catholic Charities of Idaho, we seek to enable our clients to overcome emotional and/or behavioral obstacles that prevent them from realizing their full potential. Our staff members bring compassion and varied clinical experience to the services provided to our clients. We offer in-person counseling at our Boise office counseling center, at the Catholic center at Boise State University and other areas of the State via tele-health.
Client issues have included (but are not limited to) various mood and anxiety disorders, relationship concerns (including marriage and pre-marital), addiction issues (substance and process), trauma-related issues, problem behaviors, as well as matters related to adolescence and parenting.
• Provide individual, couples, family and group counseling. Coordinate services to individuals and families and maintain collaboration. Demonstrate commitment to improving client outcomes & customer satisfaction.
• Develop treatment plans and assess progress
• Complete and maintain clinical records using electronic record software in a timely manner and according to agency policies and procedures
• Participate in clinical supervision
• Obtain continued education courses necessary to maintain license, if applicable to the person applying
• Operate on an increasingly independent level, with a high degree of self-awareness, requesting consultation as the need arises
• Contribute knowledge and understanding to the staff in areas of specialization. Attend and participate in regular staff meetings, trainings, and consultation teams.
• Develop and maintain relationships with the local Faith Community.
• Uphold Catholic social teachings.
Education, Degrees, Certificates and Experience:
• Masters in Counseling, Social Work or Marriage and Family Counseling
• License-eligible (LPC, LCPC) in the State of Idaho or working toward licensure
• Ability to work a flexible schedule including 2 nights per week
• Specialized experience working with marriages, trauma or addiction is desirable.
• Ability to speak and write in English required, Bilingual Spanish a plus
• Medical insurance (including dental and vision)
• Vacation and sick leave
• Retirement plan
• Paid training
For questions regarding human resources
(208) 350-7510 phone
(208) 342-2368 fax
Performance Evaluations (Referenced in "Parish/Schools Human Resource Manual" Chapter 13, ages 59-68)