Colorado Therapy & Assessment Center
Clinical Supervision Specialist- Licensed Mental Health Therapist
Colorado Therapy & Assessment Center is looking for a Licensed Therapist & Clinical Supervision Specialist (LP, LCSW, LPC) who will bring a unique perspective to our staff and share our values of compassion, belonging, humility, and excellence. We’re a thriving, fun, woman-owned company. We strongly encourage applications from candidates with diverse or marginalized identities. We are always looking to expand our ability to help a diverse range of individuals, including those in underserved and marginalized communities, and we value new perspectives and experiences within our staff. Join our values-driven, supportive team!
- Health Benefits include Medical insurance, dental insurance, and vision insurance
- Paid Sick Leave
- Paid Time Off
- Paid Admin time for note writing
- Flexible work schedule with both remote and in-person opportunities
- Roth and Traditional 401k accounts with 3-5% company match
- Fully employer-paid short-term disability insurance, long-term disability insurance, and life insurance
- Competitive, weekly pay
- No on-call or crisis services
- Autonomy over your caseload- you pick your clients!
- Flexible schedule with weekday hours
- All billing/payment, scheduling, and administrative tasks are completed for you with ongoing admin support
- Insurance credentialing provided
- Professional liability insurance provided
The Clinical Supervision Specialist is a Licensed Mental Health Therapy (Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, or Licensed Professional Counselor) who will carry their own caseload of clients (individual, couples, family, and assessments) as well as a caseload of supervisees. Supervisees may include post-graduate employees and doctoral student externs as applicable to one’s degree and license. This position is ideal for someone who is passionate about clinical supervision, professional development, and mentorship, and who wants to maintain a caseload of their own clients as well.
Full caseload requirements include:
- 15-20 individual client contact hours (minimum)
- 3-5 supervisees (minimum)
- Provide mental health services to families, couples, individuals, and children utilizing solution-focused therapy strategies for improving relationships
- Perform intake and needs assessments for individuals, significant others, and family members through testing, interviews, observations, and conversation sessions
- Attend and participate in weekly scheduled Clinical Team meetings and collaborate with community agencies
- Participate in the development, implementation, and assessment of therapeutic treatment programs for each patient
- Maintain accurate, thoroughly documented patient records with a quality of documentation that meets facility and licensing standards
- Provide direct service to clients including individual therapy (required) and psychological assessment (if desired). Time spent writing assessment reports is compensated and psychological tests are administered to you by a technician.
- Provide clinical supervision to trainees such as Postdoctoral Psychology Residents, Postgraduate Master’s Residents, and doctoral psychology student externs.
- Complete documentation in a timely manner.
- Practice teamwork by managing workload independently, asking for support and collaboration when needed, challenging others on the team, especially with areas of privilege and oppression, and celebrating with teammates through clinical wins and personal milestones.
- 1-3 years in a clinical setting counseling couples and families is required
- Excellent analytical and problem-solving abilities, as well as outstanding communication and interpersonal skills
- Must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent and a bachelor’s degree in counseling, social work, or a related field; preference to those with a master’s degree
- State license that is current, unrestricted, and in good standing for a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) or equivalent
- Requires CPR and BLS (Basic Life Support) certifications
- Licensed in Colorado or eligible for license in Colorado as a Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, or Licensed Professional Counselor.
- LPCs must have 3 years of licensure and Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) credential (or equivalent training approved by DORA) to qualify for this position per state supervision requirements.
- Interest in clinical supervision of other professionals.
- Ongoing commitment to cultural humility.
- Excellent interpersonal skills including assertive communication.
- A desire for strong professional relationships with fellow team members.
$52 - $57 hour DOE
About Colorado Therapy & Assessment Center
Colorado Therapy & Assessment Center is a woman-owned, LGBTQ+ affirming, and inclusive practice that provides mental health services through insurance-based care. We provide individual, couples, family, and group therapy as well as psychological testing. We work with many mental health concerns and have a specialty in treating eating disorders.
Our company values are Compassion, Belonging, Excellence, and Humility. We value employee wellness as much as client wellness shown by our competitive compensation, generous benefits package, and flexible work schedules.
We meet as one shared clinical team, prioritizing case collaboration, consultation, and ongoing training. Our clinic trains mental health professionals at many levels and offers the option of providing supervision.
We strongly encourage applicants with diverse backgrounds and experiences to connect with us.