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  • 2017-12-29 12:15 PM | Nancy Orr (Administrator)

    Lighthouse of Hope Counseling Center in Sunnyvale, CA  seeking part-time therapist for paid internship

    Post Graduate MFTI or MSW Associate seeking clinical hours toward licensure. No cost supervision by experienced staff available.  

    Bi-lingual encouraged to apply (not required) Sunnyvale, CA.
    Send Resume to or call for more information at 408-716-8101.

  • 2017-12-20 8:27 PM | Nancy Orr (Administrator)

    CIIS is seeking two half-time, psychodynamically-oriented faculty to contribute to the growth of our innovative Clinical Psychology (PsyD) program.  Our distinctive approach to doctoral education synthesizes integral philosophy and psychodynamic approaches to psychotherapy.  We emphasize the radical roots of this discipline, as well as its unparalleled emphasis on the therapeutic relationship as a catalyst for change.  Our faculty is deeply interested in the many intersections between psychodynamic psychotherapy and humanistic, existential, somatic, and transpersonal psychotherapies.  In addition, we actively cultivate dialogue between Western psychology and other wisdom/spiritual traditions.  Interested faculty candidates can apply here.

  • 2017-12-05 5:14 PM | Karla Brown

    Process Therapy Institute has been preparing therapists since 1982:
    • Interactive demonstrations of basic process concepts
    • Experiential training behind one-way mirrors with live guidance

    Join us at our upcoming Discovery Session! Click here to register! 

    Internship Perks:
    • Flexible hours
    • Mirror training
    • Choose your clients
    • Supervisors with decades of experience
    • Support for building your private practice!

    Check out our other upcoming events:

  • 2017-11-15 9:16 AM | Laura Johnson

    Seeking a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern for the Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center of Silicon Valley. See the job posting here and how to apply:

  • 2017-11-06 9:24 PM | Maaliea Wilbur

    TherapyWorks is seeking a qualified, energetic and committed Licensed Therapist and Clinical Supervisor to join our fun and dynamic team. A passionate professional with interest in working with a variety of clients (kids, teens, adults, families and couples) as well as providing clinical supervision for up to 3 interns.  Afternoon, evening and potential weekend availability preferred. Up to 20+ hours per week. 

    Please find a detailed job description at 

    To apply, please send ryour esume and references to Also, include your answers the following: 

    (1)Why are you a strong candidate for the position? 
    (2)Describe your familiarity or experience in providing clinical supervision? 
    (3)Describe your ideal client and theoretical approach 
    (4)How could you contribute to outreach/marketing efforts? 
    (5)What interests you most in working at TherapyWorks? 
    (6)What are your long term goals? 
    (7)What job/internships do you currently have? 
    (8)What's your availability (days/hours)? 
    (9)What are your compensations requests/requirements?

    If you or someone you know may be interested please apply today. We plan to schedule interviews next week!

    Thank You,
    Maaliea Wilbur, LMFT

  • 2017-10-25 8:58 AM | Mental Research Institute
    The Strategic Family Therapy Center at the Mental Research Institute (MRI) in Palo Alto, CA, a full-service counseling and training clinic, is looking for a clinical coordinator. The Strategic Family Therapy Center offers counseling and psychotherapy services to a wide range of clients in the Palo Alto and East Palo Alto area. MRI has been the center of original research, psychotherapy development and clinical training since the 1960s. We continue the tradition of offering high-quality clinical training to both interns and professionals. MRI is known internationally and people from all over the world come for training in the special MRI method of family therapy and brief therapy. 

    This position is an opportunity to participate in the rich history of an organization that has made major contributions to the development of psychotherapy and counseling. The clinical coordinator is responsible for carrying out important administrative tasks. 

    Duties and responsibilities include:  Manage client intakes, including referrals from the San Mateo County Mental Health System and answer questions by prospective clients; assign cases to interns and keep track of these cases as they progress; train new interns on the center’s administrative processes, including charting and use of online tools; provide on-going support for interns for these administrative processes and tools and track compliance; act as a liaison with the county for mental-health client referrals, track payments and process changes. Other tasks depending on skills of the applicant may include fundraising, marketing to recruit more clients, liaison with other community organizations, mental health agencies, and schools.

    Although this is not a clinical position, some clinical understanding of counseling and psychotherapy is important. Experience with client intake or clinical coordination in a mental health setting or studies in counseling psychology or a related field very helpful. Proficiency in Spanish is a plus, but not required.

    The position can range from 15 to 20 hours per week. An applicant who works 20 hours per week will receive health benefits. Salary is negotiable based upon experience and skills of the applicant.  

    If interested, please send your cover letter and resume by November 13th at 5pm
  • 2017-10-13 10:04 AM | Laura Johnson

    The Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center of Silicon Valley in Saratoga is seeking a dynamic and enthusiastic registered intern to join our CBT Center. We are seeking a pre-licensed therapist with a strong interest in learning how to practice adherent, evidence-based CBT for anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorders. The ideal candidate will have some training and experience with evidence-based therapies such as CBT, ACT and/or DBT and a strong desire to learn and grow.

    About the CBT Center:

    The Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center of Silicon Valley specializes in evidence-based therapy for adults, children and teens with anxiety disorders, OCD and obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders and related issues. The CBT Center is unique in being the only CBT-focused group practice in the South Bay focused solely on evidence-based therapy for anxiety and OCD. We are a busy, growing practice with a steady flow of referrals located in Saratoga, CA. The average client is seeking CBT-oriented therapy for a specific problem and is motivated to get better. We currently employ five (5) licensed therapists, two (2) interns, and an administrative assistant. Three of our licensed therapists are certified by the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. Our therapists share the common values of compassion and caring for our clients with a strong desire to help our clients make positive changes in their lives. We encourage learning and development and offer a supportive, collaborative work environment. In addition to our Silicon Valley office in Saratoga, we have a second office in Roseville about 20 miles east of Sacramento. You can visit our website at to learn more about us. 


    - Provide individual and group therapy with a practical, goal-oriented, collaborative focus to help clients make positive changes in their lives.

    - Conduct assessment sessions to evaluate and conceptualize client problems, obtain a diagnosis and develop treatment goals and plans.

    - Establish and maintain rapport and a strong therapeutic alliance while motivating clients to be actively engaged in therapy and to complete homework assignments.

    - Provide case management services (such as coordination of care and consultation with family members, schools, doctors and other providers).

    - Maintain psychotherapy notes, treatment plans and case records consistent with ethical and legal standards of care.

    - Track therapy results using brief surveys and other empirically-valid measurement tools.

    - Keep up-to-date on the research, evidence-based treatments and best practices for the problems treated at the CBT Center.

    - Attend and actively participate in weekly supervision and monthly training meetings as scheduled.

    - Perform other tasks as needed in order to deliver a high quality of client care and services.

    - Perform other tasks as needed to further the mission of the CBT Center.


    - Strong desire and interest in learning and working from an evidence-based cognitive-behavioral orientation to maximize therapy results.

    - Some training and experience with anxiety disorders and obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders.

    - Some experience and training in cognitive-behavioral orientations such as cognitive therapy, behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, mindfulness and/or acceptance and commitment therapy.

    - All applicants must be registered in the State of California and in good standing with the Board and be a Registered Intern: Marriage and Family Therapist Intern (MFT Intern) or Professional Clinical Counselor Intern (PCCI).

    - Individuals who would be a good fit with the CBT Center's culture will display a positive attitude, energy and enthusiasm for evidence-based therapy, honesty and integrity, flexibility, teamwork, a passion for learning and professional growth, a strong desire to provide high quality clinical services and build strong client relationships, and have a collaborative and friendly style.


    The job is part-time with the opportunity to increase your hours based on performance and the growth of the CBT Center. Unlike many other internships that only pay you for seeing clients, at the CBT Center, you will be compensated on an hourly basis for new client intakes, client sessions, administrative work, case management, staff meetings, clinical supervision, required training meetings and special tasks/projects (as needed).


    Interns should be available to work afternoon and evening hours until 8 pm on at least 3 weekdays and all day Saturdays in order to build a caseload as quickly as possible. Our interns are generally able to see 15-20 clients per week within 6 months if they work these hours.

    Application Process:

    To apply, please email a cover letter, resume and answers to the questions below to


    1) Describe your experience and training with cognitive behavior therapy for anxiety and/or OCD.

    2) Describe a case you have treated with CBT including the cognitive case conceptualization, treatment goals, treatment strategies, and how you evaluated progress.

    3) What are your short and long term career goals?

    4) Where do you currently work and what days and hours do you work at this job?

    5) What days and hours are you available to work at the CBT Center?

    6) Why do you want to work at the CBT Center?

    7) What is your intern registration number and how many hours have you earned toward licensure?

    Please be complete in your application in order to be considered. Due to the volume of responses, we can only reply to candidates we are interested in.

  • 2017-08-27 3:20 PM | Laurie Weiss

    Positions available - Contracted Clinicians to Provide:

    1) Parent coaching and therapy with Parents

    2)Psychodynamically based Play Therapy with Children

    3) Psychodynamic Therapy for Adolescents

    3)CBT based Group therapy 

    Candidates must be highly motivated to work hard towards providing excellent care. Must be open to learning new skills to supplement their own. Training in play therapy will be provided if needed. 

  • 2017-08-14 4:23 PM | Constance Chrysoglou

    Bill Wilson Center is a nationally and regionally recognized leader for providing services to at-risk youth and families. Our agency -- from our executive team to our line staff -- is committed to improving the lives and conditions of the people we serve.  We provide direct services to more than 3,500 children, youth, young adults and families in Santa Clara County. BWC provides services that meet the cultural and linguistic needs of our whole community. We value our unique ethnic diversity as well as the LGBTQ community and non-able body community. Join us and become a difference maker at Bill Wilson Center!  Find out more at

    We have a wonderful opportunity for a Director of Counseling Services.  The Director of Counseling Services oversees intern training and also directs staff engaged in providing counseling services.  Responsible for supervision and management of all agency counseling services including the evaluation and quality of training and counseling services provided by staff and interns as well as contract goals.


    ·       Coordinate with agency Training Manager for counseling services department training program for clinical staff and ensuring compliance with training requirements of contracts, grants and agency training policy

    ·       Coordinates counseling center with school and community services

    ·       Analyzes counseling and guidance procedures and techniques to improve quality of service

    ·       Addresses community groups and faculty members to interpret counseling services

    ·       Completes annual quality control report and other reports as required

    ·       Provides crisis and clinical consultation to all programs

    ·       Coordinate implementation of follow-up surveys and assess outcomes

    • Provide co-therapy as appropriate to model supervision techniques

    ·       Review client files for quality control

    ·       Participates in appraising qualifications of candidates for agency counseling positions and eligibility of students for admission to intern program

    • ·       Coordinates supervision of interns and staff in compliance with BBSE and Behavioral Health regulations
    • ·       Markets and develops relationships with local universities to recruit interns (fairs, meeting with Professors, etc)
    • ·       Manages contracts applicable to programs including outcome and output measures
    • ·       Develop tracking system for service delivery hours of Interns parallel to BH productivity standards
    • ·       Supervises quality and timeliness of BH treatment plans, narratives, MH assessments, CANS, progress notes and productivity of assigned staff and interns
    • ·       Will coordinate and/or manage clinicians providing services to Medi-Cal clients
    • ·       Develop and execute supervision plan in accordance with university standards

    ·       Provide day-to-day support for staff.  Meet with staff regularly to review accomplishments, needs, questions, etc.  Help staff grow in their positions.

    ·       Conduct initial 6-month reviews for new hires and annual performance reviews for staff

    ·       Approve financial requests for staff (i.e., mileage or reimbursement requests) and approve PTO requests

    ·       Disciplinary/Corrective actions for staff if needed.  Bring any serious performance concerns to the attention of Human Resources.

    ·      Ensure that site is neat and tidy and report all maintenance or safety issues to manger or Facilities Manager immediately.

    ·      Regular attendance is a requirement of the position.

    ·       Participate in agency Program Quality Improvement Activities and initiatives

    ·       Participate in agency Safety initiatives and proactively report safety issues to management immediately

    ·       Other duties as may be assigned.


    Master’s Degree in Counseling or related field, Licensed MFT or LCSW & 5 years related field experience.  2 years post licensure with ability to provide clinical supervision (or ability to do so within 6 months of hire).  Experience working with culturally diverse families required.  Experience supervising staff required.  Bilingual communication skills highly desired and preferred.  Current CPR and First Aid Certification required (or complete within 30 days of hire). Valid California driver’s license with access to a personal vehicle with current insurance that can be used for company business.  Fingerprinting/background check as required by the Department of Justice and/or Title XXII regulations. TB test required. 



    Depending on experience.  Benefits include employer paid Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Long Term Disability and Employee Assistance Program as well as access to Flexible Spending Account for Health and Dependent Care and Commuter Benefits, Voluntary Short Term Disability, Supplemental Life Insurance, Voluntary Accident Insurance and Retirement Plan with discretionary Employer Contribution.  We also have a generous Personal Time Off (PTO) Plan and Paid Holidays.  In addition, we offer extensive training, mileage reimbursement, cell phone stipend, staff Wellness Program/Activities and much more!


    For consideration, please submit cover letter and resume to and be sure to reference the position name in the subject line and/or cover letter


    ATTN: Resumes

    FAX: (408) 244-4022




    Bill Wilson Center is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

    This position description intends to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job.  It is not intended to include all duties and responsibilities.  The order in which duties and responsibilities are listed is not significant.  Because of a need to remain responsive to the needs of our clients and our Agency’s operations, responsibilities may be modified at any time.
  • 2017-08-14 3:03 PM | Nancy Orr (Administrator)

    The City of Fremont is looking for a Part-Time Quality Assurance Specialist to join our team in the Human Services Department. This position requires a clinical counselor who has specialized work experience and skills in quality control of behavioral health records and State MediCal documentation standards.  The position is based out of Youth and Family Services Division counseling offices at the Family Resource Center. The  Quality Assurance Specialist provides hands-on coordination of all quality assurance activities of the mental/behavioral health programs of Fremont’s Youth and Family Services Division. The position is 32 hours/week. Compensation: $33.64 - $40.89/hour, plus an attractive pro-rated benefits package for part-time regular employees.

    The first review of applications is 5:00 pm on August 22, 2017. Applications received before this date will be considered, and the position may close without notice.  Interested applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. Recruitment is open until filled.

    To view the job announcement and apply for this outstanding employment opportunity, please visit our website at

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