Clinic-based Therapist I
Who We are
At the time of our founding, Watercourse Counseling stretched traditional definitions of mental health service delivery. We were formed for the specific purpose of developing innovative programs that address the full continuum of mental health needs. Our overarching philosophy is grounded in equitable access to resources that support wellness for individuals and the community. We choose to center this work in Minneapolis with the full understanding that there is a lack of culturally-based mental health resources within the city, and we remain committed to making a difference in the lives of those who have been marginalized and underserved. We continue to be guided by these beliefs, even after 20+ years of service.
Watercourse Counseling is seeking a full-time clinician to work with individuals and families by providing psychotherapy services based primarily out of our South Minneapolis clinic. Strong candidates will be knowledgeable of multiple trauma-informed therapeutic modalities and have experience practicing from an intersectional lens and integrating culturally- affirming, equitable care into clinical work. The position includes regular opportunities for multi-disciplinary team consultation and community engagement. Watercourse is committed to recruiting candidates with lived experience in communities of color and/or LGBTQIA+ communities to join our team in which all identities are valued.
- Complete Diagnostic Assessments using trauma-responsive, culturally-affirming, and age-appropriate assessment tools.
- Develop individualized treatment plans which define the plan of services and intervention; update treatment plans according to regulatory requirements.
- Provide individual, couple and family, or group therapy as needed to address identified client treatment needs; provide crisis intervention services as appropriate.
- Ensure timely, thorough, and clinically relevant documentation.
- Participate regularly in multi-disciplinary/professional team consultation meetings and other clinical and administrative meetings, as required.
- Engage in collaborative community care, offering resource referral and support to clients with challenging mental health symptoms and systemic barriers to receiving adequate care.
- Receive clinical supervision in a reflective frame to support quality care and reduction of secondary trauma/vicarious trauma.
- Engage in professional development in order to stay abreast of culturally responsive best practices
- Support the deep integration of culturally responsive, equitable care into all levels of the organization.
- Engage in community outreach and marketing activities as requested
- Contribute to realization of agency strategic plan initiatives, including our focus on racial equity and justice
- Master's degree in Social Work, Family Therapy, or Counseling Psychology
- Actively pursuing full board licensure as LMFT, LPCC, LP, or LICSW
- Competence working with diverse communities
- Experience providing clinical services to children, families, and adults
- Ability to work independently
- Experience working in a collaborative work environment
Additional qualifications that would be highly regarded:
- Fluency in a language other than English
$1,000 sign-on bonus!
- Salary range: $52,000-60,000
- Health & dental insurance
- Simple IRA plan + employer contributions
- Short-term disability & life Insurance
- Generous paid time off
- Welcoming, supportive team that values relationship and connection
- Flexible schedule with hybrid options for remote work
- Strong emphasis on employee self-care and work-life balance
- Clinical supervision toward licensure
- Professional development and training funds
- Regular continuing education opportunities
- CEMIG grant support for licensure and training for BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ clinicians
- Qualifies as an acceptable employer for PSLF program if enrolled
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