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MST Community Based Clinician

Earn $55,000 - $70,000/annually based on level of education, 3 weeks of vacation, Hybrid work schedule, 10 calendar holidays (including 1 floating holiday), 24 hours personal time, and up to 80 sick days. Supervision available for licensure! 


Share our commitment to helping children, youth and families build strong/life changing relations and avoid hospitalization or placement. Bring your experience, compassion, and energy to the team and make a difference in the lives of children, youth and families!

Learn an Evidence based Model: Multisystemic Therapy!
Does this sound like it interests you? We’d love for you to join our team in helping children and families create safe, happy and healthy environments.
Schedule: We are looking for an applicant who is willing to work with the youth/families at a time that suits the youth and family needs on a flexible schedule. This is a full-time, 40 hour a week position that will require evening hours.

How you get to use your skills…..
  • Apply and develop your clinical assessment, evaluation, and family therapy skills.
  • Utilize a strengths-based and trauma-informed practice to help children, youth, and families identify their strengths and needs.
  • Learn internationally utilized evidence based treatment models.
  • Partner with Practice Managers to ensure children, youth and families are quickly connected to needed programs and services.
  • Demonstrate an inclusive practice both in the office and in the field to support a diverse and accepting culture.
  • Contribute to a multidisciplinary team that shares your passion for children and families.
Experience and Skills:
  • Master’s degree required. License and/or Limited Permit in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, Creative Arts Therapy, or Mental Health Counseling with experience in strength-based family and children’s services.
  • Experience working with children and families in a community-based or ‘in-home’ setting.
  • Excellent communication, organizational and collaboration skills.
  • A strong belief in the capacity of people to grow and change.
  • Possess the knowledge, skills, and attitude needed to appreciate and encourage diversity, and understand the concept of cultural trauma as it applies to individual and family functioning.
  • Knowledge and experience formulating clinical diagnoses and/or impressions.
  • Ability to engage families who may have been unsuccessful in clinic settings.
  • Ability to have flexibility in hours worked both routinely, so as to meet children and families when they are available, and occasionally, in response to crises which may occur at any hour of any day.