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  • Wednesday, November 06, 2019 8:22 AM | Marcella Cox

    Kindful Body is hiring again! We are in search of a part-time licensed eating disorder therapist in California who is interested in doing TeleMental Health. Kindful Body is a collaboration of eating disorder professionals who have specialized training and a huge passion for working with older adolescents and adult women in recovery. We offer extra support and training in compassionate, weight-inclusive, trauma-informed care, including Internal Family Systems, Mindful Self-Compassion and the work of Dr. Brene Brown . Please feel free to pass along this job opportunity to others who may be interested.

    TeleMental Health Eating Disorder Therapist 

    Are you an eating disorder specialist who would LOVE to be doing impactful outpatient treatment with motivated clients, but don’t want to open up a private practice? Do you ever wish you could work from home, with a flexible schedule that allows you to have the work/life balance that traditional agencies and inpatient treatment centers just leave no space for? Do you love being an employee and not having to worry about the logistics of how to get clients, and just want to enjoy doing best practices, quality care? Yes? Wonderful, read on. 

    Kindful Body is seeking passionate, experienced, licensed therapists with an eating disorder specialty to join our group outpatient eating disorder treatment center. We are expanding to meet the overwhelming need in the San Francisco Bay Area and throughout California for quality care for clients. 

    Services are provided through a secure video platform with regular clients who you see weekly (or more during times of crisis). Caseload will build over time. Clinician needs to be available to see a minimum of 12 clients per week regularly once caseload is built, with no more than 20 clients a week. 

    The perfect candidate feels comfortable on FaceTime, Zoom, or video, engaging with people, and is comfortable learning new technologies. When issues come up with clients, or in working relationships, you approach them directly with kindness and compassion, and you are willing to work through the bumps in the road of working with new technologies and a new treatment paradigm to ensure that clients are getting the best services possible. 

    We are seeking a skilled therapist who wants to join our team:

    • In delivering weight-inclusive, Health At Every Size (HAES), trauma-informed and compassionate care

    • In supporting clients and their families during recovery

    • In believing that full and lasting recovery is possible

    • In providing virtual outpatient telemental health services for late adolescents and adults. Comfort in integrating family and support networks into treatment as needed. 

    • In administering case management, including making referrals, following up with the treatment team, consulting, etc. 

    Qualifications:

    • Extensive experience treating eating disorders

    • Experience working with people with trauma 

    • Familiarity with telehealth and ability to ensure virtual HIPAA-compliant care

    • Excellent clinical skills

    • Comfortable managing your own schedule

    • Licensed to provide therapy services in the State of California and fully insured

    Compensation:

    • We have an industry leading compensation package that can allow the clinician to grow their income based on the volume of clients they see.

    • Flexible schedule


    Physical Needs:

    1. A quiet confidential space

    2. A camera (mine is built into my laptop)

    3. Earbuds w/ a mic 

    4. Laptop, IPad, or computer that is capable of  streaming video

    5. Great internet (Be able to stream netflix without an issue)

    Questions to include in your cover letter- people will not be considered for phone interviews without a cover letter covering the questions below: 

    • Why are you passionate about working with eating disorders? 

    • Why are you exploring a telemental health position and what skills do you bring to working online? 

    • What is your availability for seeing clients? 

    • What is your philosophy in working with eating disorders in the midst of our current diet culture? 

    Please send cover letter and resume to Marcella Cox at marcella@kindfulbody.com

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    Marcella Cox LMFT, Kindful Body
    650-242-5207 
    Certified Eating Disorder Specialist • Certified Internal Family Systems Therapist • Certified Daring Way Faciliator • Certified Mindful Self-Compassion Teacher 
    marcella@kindfulbody.com 
    www.kindfulbody.com

  • Wednesday, October 30, 2019 12:53 PM | Tena Sloan

    Kidango is hiring a licensed MFT for a clinical supervisor. The Clinical Supervisor holds clinical and administrative responsibilities within the Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation (ECMHC) program. The Clinical Supervisor provides and supports the provision of early childhood mental health consultation within Kidango early care and education centers across three Bay Area counties. The position includes providing reflection-based clinical supervision to a team of licensed and other eligible ECMHC consultants.  The clinical supervisor must:

    • Have at least 3 years of direct clinical service providing early childhood mental health assessment, diagnosis and treatment to children and families ages birth to 5 required.
    • Practice from a bio-psycho-social clinical approach, inclusive of ecological, attachment, trauma, neuroscience and developmental theories and rooted in infant mental health philosophy and principles.
    • Endorsement as an infant/family early childhood mental health specialists/reflective practice facilitator or reflective mentor highly preferred.
    • Documented education or training in infant mental health, early childhood mental health and early childhood development including evidence-based, trauma-informed models (i.e. Child Parent Psychotherapy).
    • Familiarity with school-based mental health consultation in early care and education settings such as Early Head Start, Head Start, and state-preschool programs.
    • Demonstrate understanding of early childhood mental health consultation as building the mental health capacities of teachers, staff, families and others who care for young children and utilize the principles of the consultative stance in the oversight and implementation of the program.
    • Demonstrate the value of self-reflection and practice the examining of one’s own values, beliefs, assumptions, biases and experiences and how influence what bring to the consultative work, relationships and interactions. Ability to assist others in self-reflection and perspective-taking.

    For more information, please contact Camille Hernandez at (510) 897-6956. Apply at https://www.kidango.org/careers/.


  • Wednesday, October 30, 2019 12:47 PM | Tena Sloan

    Kidango is hiring several full-time early childhood mental health consultants (MFT licensed highly preferred) to work in infant/toddler and preschool settings supporting teachers, families and young children. Positions available in Santa Clara and Alameda counties. Consultants provides consultation and training to empower and build the capacity of staff and families to cultivate positive and inclusive environments, support the social-emotional health and development of all children in the classroom or home, and work effectively, responsively and collaboratively with children and families with mental health concerns, challenging behaviors and individual developmental differences. The consultant’s aim is to enhance all relationships involved in the care setting, create nurturing and emotionally responsive environments, strengthen staff effectiveness in interactions with young children and families, and build strong school/home alliances.

    For more information, please contact Camille Hernandez at (510) 897-6956. Apply at https://www.kidango.org/careers/. 

  • Thursday, October 24, 2019 7:17 AM | Heena Parikh

    SF Bay Therapist Group is looking for qualified licensed therapists (LMFT, LCSW, LPCC, PhD, PsyD) to join our growing team.  Associates with strong clinical foundation are welcome to apply.  Applicants must be available at least 10-15 hours/week with either 1 weekday evening or 1 weekend day.  We are passionate about 'Bridging Healthier Relationships" with and within our clients, communities and colleagues.

    Benefits:

    • Supportive and engaging work environment
    • Focus on clinical and client care
    • Reimbursement for professional development and explore clinical interest
    • Opportunity to run groups
    • Regular consultation available
    • Freedom from practice and insurance management

    The ideal applicant qualifications include:

    • Excited to work in a team environment, while maintain autonomy of their schedule
    • Passionate about providing therapy to children, teens, and adults
    • Familiar providing therapy with evidence based models e.g. DBT, CBT
    • Values maintaining responsive clinical documentation
    • Flexible to work 1 evening or 1 weekend day 

    Apply by forwarding your resume with a cover letter including your availability to  http://www.sfbaytherapistgroup.com/


  • Sunday, October 20, 2019 9:04 PM | Jim Arjani

    Our group private practice, Mountain View Therapy, is seeking an LMFT to join our team!  This is an excellent opportunity for someone interested in working in a private practice setting but does not want to deal with the challenges of starting and managing a business.  We use CBT, EMDR, hypnosis, play therapy and other evidenced based therapies to treat children, adolescents, adults and couples. 

    The ideal candidate qualifications include:

    • ·         Interested working with children and adolescents as well as adults
    • ·         Experience and training in using CBT to help clients  
    • ·         Training in EMDR, or interest in becoming trained in the future
    • ·         Values peer consultation and professional development
    • ·         Currently do not have your own private practice

    Starting pay rate is $55 per clinical hour, with a potential caseload of 18 to 24 clients per week. 

    Other benefits include the following:

    • ·         Regular opportunities for peer consultation
    • ·         Diverse clients that are often high-functioning
    • ·         Malpractice insurance
    • ·         Retirement plan with employer matching contributions
    • ·         Great way to learn about the world of  private practice

    Please email cover letter and resume to Jim Arjani, LMFT:  jimarjani@yahoo.com

    Jim Arjani, LMFT
    License Number 38139
    Founder/Clinical Director
    Mountain View Therapy
    (650) 450-0102
    http://www.mtnviewtherapy.com/
  • Thursday, October 10, 2019 6:30 AM | Jessica Sorci

    We are looking to add another clinician to our group of 6. Associates and licensed therapists are welcome to apply. Must be available to see 20 clients per week, with some weekend or evening availability. Generous pay, and even more abundant support and camaraderie. We are a team of clinicians who are passionate about moms, fertility, parenting and most of all - supporting women and their families as they move through the reproductive phase of life. Do you have interest or knowledge in infertility, postpartum life, pregnancy, loss, miscarriage, and parenting? We would love to meet you. We currently have offices in Los Gatos and will be expanding into San Jose in 2020.

    Please email Jessica Sorci, Clinical Director at jessica@familytreewellness.org for more information.

  • Monday, October 07, 2019 5:22 PM | Jon Zeitlin

    Hallowell Todaro ADHD Centers (hallowelltodaro.com) is opening a center in the Palo Alto area in Winter, 2019.  We are hiring several licensed therapists to work alongside a multidisciplinary treatment team providing treatment for youth, adolescents, and adults with ADHD.  We're looking for licensed therapists with experience treating people with ADHD and/or other mental health challenges.
     
    DR. NED HALLOWELL
    Dr. Edward (Ned) Hallowell is one of the pioneers and leaders of modern ADHD treatment   In addition to serving on the Harvard Medical School faculty for over two decades and treating thousands of people with the ADHD trait, Dr. Hallowell has authored 20 books on various psychological topics, including the 1994 Driven to Distraction that sparked a revolution in our understanding of ADHD and has sold over 1 million copies.

    HALLOWELL CENTERS
    The Bay Area Peninsula will be the 7th location for a Hallowell ADHD center.   All centers have put into practice Dr. Hallowell’s strengths-based approach which recognizes ADHD as a trait rather than a disorder and helps people with ADHD unwrap all of their potential.   Hallowell centers are unique for their multidisciplinary approach where medication management, therapy, family involvement, and coaching are offered all in one center.
     
    JOB BENEFITS:
    Be a part of a team that’s making a huge difference in ADHD treatment:

    Get trained by Dr Hallowell in modern techniques of ADHD treatment

    Work in a group practice hand-in-hand with coaches, NPs, and other professionals

    Set your own hours (2 days/week minimum).  Hours are generally after school/evenings

    Competitive Pay: Make $120k - $180k / year (based on 24-30 hours per week)

    We take care of marketing, billing, office space, insurance and all other business arrangements. You can focus on your practice.

    TO APPLY
    https://tinyurl.com/htcpaloalto or
    email jon.zeitlin@hallowelltodarocenter.org


  • Thursday, October 03, 2019 8:17 AM | Rebekah Cahoon

    This is a exceptional opportunity for an associate who wants to learn a variety of therapeutic techniques and be trained by experienced licensed supervisors & staff in a proven non-profit agency that has trained registered associates in Santa Clara County for over 39 years.

    Almaden Valley Counseling Service in San Jose is seeking interns to join our staff. Some experience in working with families or children is preferred but your enthusiasm, clinical maturity, personality fit, and desire to learn are more important than your exact experience.

    Benefits of Working for AVCS:

    • -       Excellent Training including a full orientation to our services & Support materials provided.
    • -       Individual & Group Supervision provided to all associates weekly as well as consultation on cases with licensed staff.
    • -       On staff Supervisors with a variety of experiences, skill sets & theoretical orientations.
    • -       Ongoing layers of support both in the School Setting & with Clinic Clients.
    • -       Learn to facilitate Parenting & Co-parenting Classes.
    • -       Facilitate Groups & Social Skills Training in school setting and clinic.
    • -       An increasing variety of higher level, complex Clients to expand your skill set.
    • -       Opportunity to earn hours in ALL BBS Hours categories at one site.
    • -       Electronic HIPAA compliant Record System for Documentation.
    • -       Collaborative Learning & Working Environment with up to 40 other associates..
    • -       Legal Guidance & support from specialists and contract Attorneys.
    • -       Learn Victim Witness & limited Court Documentation/Response.
    • -       No Med-I-Cal Paperwork.
    • -       Over 39 years of working with BBS associates & attention to making every hour count.
    • -       Participation in a Training Collaborative with Uplift & West Valley College
    • -       Admin. is composed of Licensed MFT who all were AVCS associates.
    • -       Clinic Hours offered between 8am to 9pm ~ 7 days per week.
    • -       Industry standard hourly pay for all Hours Worked.
    • -       Part-time positions available from 20-38 (clinical) hours per week.

    Compensation:
    The job is part-time with the opportunity to increase your hours based on performance & growth. AVCS offers an hourly pay for all school, clinic and supervision hours..

    Hours:
    Associates should be available to work school day, afternoon and evening hours in order to build a caseload as quickly as possible. Our associates are generally able to see 5-8 clinic clients per week within 6 months if they work these hours. This will start as a one year commitment and will renew until licensure if you are a good fit and your caseload grows. Many of our associates have stayed and subleased after licensure; a perk offered to start up a new practice.

    Application Process:
    To apply, please email a cover letter & resume to:
    staff@avcounseling.org


  • Wednesday, October 02, 2019 10:59 AM | Ursula Jorgensen

    In addition to owning my own private practice I work at a great non-profit doing school based work. We have positions open for school counseling and staff support. This is a very supportive, flexible, creative, group of professionals & interns making the world a better place one school at a time.The website for information is https://www.acknowledgealliance.org/careers

    One such opening is a paid position at an elementary school in Palo Alto for 3 days per week, plus group supervision with an art therapist supervisor on another day outside of the assigned school days/time.  This works out to approximately 25 hours per week.  It is a contracted position with opportunity to return for the following school year.  It would start now through early/mid June 2020.  I have included a general description of the position.  If interested, and/or if you have questions, please email my coworker, Chris Chiochios at chris@acknowledgealliance.org, and include your resume and cover letter.   

    Thanks,

    Ursula Jorgensen

    LMFT, ATR-BC


  • Wednesday, September 25, 2019 6:05 PM | Denise Henderson

    YWCA Silicon Valley Healing Center is looking for a Part-time Bilingual Staff Clinical Supervisor:Reporting to and working with the Director of Clinical Services, the Bilingual Staff Clinician Supervisor:

         Provides clinical supervision to a group of MFT associates/trainees, facilitates group supervision, and provide support/guidance for client crisis involving legal and ethical concerns,

         Reviews assessments, treatment plans and all diagnostic material for accuracy and appropriateness.

         Assists Director in developing a trauma based training program to ensure clients receive quality, culturally sensitive, empowerment based and client centered therapy to promote healing and growth.

    Candidates should be confident in their ability to provide empathy, healthy boundaries, and cultural sensitivity and are able to remain calm and make decisions during periods of crisis. Must have a good understanding and training in issues of law and ethics involved with providing clinical services. Bilingual skills in Spanish are required.

    If interested, please contact:  Denise Henderson, Clinical Director at:

    dhenderson@ywca-sv.org.


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