Healing Well Counseling
Full-Time or Part-Time, Remote
Do you have a passion for working with survivors of interpersonal trauma? Would it be life-giving to work alongside other clinicians just as passionate about trauma work as you? We are looking for trauma-informed, anti-oppression-focused clinicians who will provide individual and family therapy for trauma survivors within a newly-forming group practice team.
Survivors of intimate partner violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and child abuse often struggle to find clinicians that "get it". You are a clinician that understands the importance of moving beyond "just talk" to providing the kind of bottom-up care that helps survivors heal. You have training in EMDR, Brainspotting, Internal Family Systems, Somatic Experiencing, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, or similar, or have an interest in obtaining specialized trauma training.
Our ideal candidate holds an active unrestricted mental health license (LICSW, LMFT, LMHC, etc) in the State of Massachusetts and has at least one year of post-master's experience with individual therapy.
- Stipends for trauma training and continuing education
- Done-for-you marketing, intake scheduling, and billing
- Use of our simple-to-use EHR system for documentation
- Monthly health and wellness stipend (FT only)
- Paid sick time (FT only)
- Flexible schedule set by you
- Opportunities for leadership development and advancement
- Ability to work remotely
- Perform video counseling services, including individual, couples, family, and/or group therapy
- Assess and diagnose clients' mental condition and progress in treatment based on a review of their presenting problem, clinical assessments, and any other information provided
- Provide a diagnosis as needed, using the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) and the International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision (ICD-10), keeping in mind cultural and systemic factors that may impact accurate diagnosis
- Collaborate with clients on the appropriate interventions to support their goals
- Communicate with a client’s treatment team (i.e., PCP, psychiatrist, school, etc.) as necessary
- Complete written records for each client including, but not limited to: intake assessments, progress notes, treatment plans, termination notes, contact notes, and other forms or documents in a timely fashion
- Complete disability certifications and assessments for Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave applications for clients as appropriate
- Commit to an ongoing practice of learning, assessing, and addressing the ways in which oppression, the abuse of power, and violence perpetuate trauma within our identities as therapists, as recipients of mental health care, and through the therapy process itself
- Attend weekly supervision and monthly team meetings
- Maintain licensure and abide by all laws, rules, regulations, and codes of ethics that are binding upon or applicable to the services provided
- Master’s Degree or Doctoral Degree in counseling or social work
- An active, unrestricted license (LICSW, LMFT, LMHC, etc) in the State of Massachusetts. We cannot accept pre-licensed or license-eligible clinicians at this time.
- Have an area in your home (or other approved location) where you can conduct daily therapy sessions privately
- Available to meet 26-30 client sessions per week (FT) or 15-25 clients per week (PT), provided such sessions are available and referred/scheduled by Healing Well Counseling Center
- At least one year of post-master's individual therapy experience
- Evidence of training or certification in a trauma-specific modality or willingness to obtain trauma training within a few months of hire
$40 - $55 hourly
About Healing Well Counseling
We believe in deep healing: Healing from experiences that have hurt at the core requires healing at the core. That means sometimes, the healing we provide must go deeper than words. We talk, but we also provide practical tools to heal deep hurts.
We believe in transformation through humility: We believe that trauma healing only happens when we recognize our complicity in reinforcing trauma through oppression. As therapists, we recognize the power dynamics implicit in our roles. We commit to continually listening, assessing, and addressing the ways in which our identities, actions, and processes can impact each other.
We believe in transformative community: As therapists, that means we take care of each other so that we can be healthy and present with our clients. With our clients, that means we continually look for ways to build, recognize the strengths of, and connect them to their surrounding community.