Rise Counseling Group is hiring for the following position:
Psychodynamically Oriented Clinical Therapist (Master’s Level) w/ a strong focus on Multicultural women’s issues:
Rise Counseling Group, a Social Justice focused private practice in Dayton, is looking for psychodynamically oriented therapists to join our team. In this role, you will have the opportunity to provide longterm, insight oriented therapy to individuals, groups, families, and couples. The office is located in Centerville/ Washington Township. We are currently working virtually, but if you are local you can still use the office to do virtual work. Compensation is a tiered percentage of collected fees, based on experience, licensure, and caseload size. Prior insurance paneling a plus (BCBS/Anthem, CareSource, United Healthcare).
Therapist must have a strong understanding of trauma, depression, anxiety, mood disorders. Therapist should also have a firm grounding in psychodynamic theory and application. Previous training and development in areas of cultural awareness/ humility, social justice, anti-racism, and anti-oppression informed practice is required and clinician must be committed to providing culturally appropriate services. The ideal therapist will be passionate about working with African American women and teen girls, and other women of color. They will also have a strong desire to focus on issues of intersectionality; specifically race and gender and its role in clients’ depression and anxiety. The ideal therapist will also have a desire to do community outreach and women’s/ teen girl groups for women of color.
Rise Counseling Group will provide referrals, training, and ongoing support for further clinical development and growth. Candidate must be independent, driven, collaborative, and enhance our fun, connected, and positive minded group of clinicians. Candidate must be willing to run at least one group per week. Candidate will also need to have at least 2 evenings per week available for client sessions. Weekends are not required, but an option. Candidate must be dependable and passionate about our work. Candidate will have a tiered employee status with minimum of 12 clients per week.
An unwavering affinity for diversity and social justice in our practice is a deeply held value and so we HIGHLY encourage candidates of color and other marginalized populations to apply. We will also appreciate any specialization, additional training, or real-life experience with trans-related issues, racial identity/immigration/racial tension & trauma, or other branches of the LGBTQIAA+ tree.
- Referrals and client caseload
- Competitive compensation
- Billing and follow-up on claims
- Group Consultation
- Supportive team environment
- Comfortable office space
- Free CEUs and money towards professional development after 6 months
- Free Training/Clinical Supervision if needed (LSW) immediately
- Provide psychodynamically informed therapy for individuals, groups, and families (sometimes couples)
- Complete all clinical documentation in a timely manner
- Attend bi-weekly staff meetings
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
- Deliver training, workshops, and support for the team as needed
- Participate internal and external meetings with key stakeholders and community leaders
- Some community networking through EAPs or Speaking Requests
- Daytime 9am-6pm, M-F; variable
- Evening 4pm-8pm, M-R; variable
- Saturday based around clinician preference
- Sunday based around clinician preference
- Current State of Ohio license as a LSW/LPC/MFT
- Work 12 client hours minimum
- Minimum 2-year post masters experience providing therapy (a clinical practicum can be substituted for 1 year of post masters experience)
- Committed to Social Justice and improving the lives of marginalized populations- especially African American women and teens
- Prior private practice experience is a plus
- Master’s in Social Work
- Master’s in Counseling
- Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy
Required license or certification:
- LISW, LSW
- LPC, LPCC
- LMFT, IMFT
Interested clinicians should fill out the application below. Be sure to include cover letter and references. If you have specific questions about the position, please email De’asia Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Virtual Administrative Assistant (Part-time)
The Virtual Administrative Assistant facilitates the efficient operation of the assigned daily office duties by primarily working remote; and performing a variety of clerical and administrative tasks.
- Answers, screens and transfers phone calls along with tracking incoming calls.
- Schedules client appointments and verifies benefits.
- Promptly returns voicemail messages from clients.
- Retrieves information as requested from records, email, minutes, and other related documents; prepares written summaries of data when needed.
- Completing the billing for the office on a daily basis.
- Updating and maintaining the company Intranet site.
- Responds to and resolves administrative inquiries and questions.
- Coordinates and schedules travel, meetings, and appointments for managers or supervisors.
- Schedules for meetings, prepares agendas and minutes/notes following the meeting.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
- Basic understanding of clerical procedures and systems such as recordkeeping and filing.
- Ability to work independently.
- Ability to learn systems quickly to help the office run smoothly (Simple Practice, Asana, Trello, GSuite)
Education and Experience:
- Associate’s degree required; Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred.
- Three to five years of experience in an administrative role.
- Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
- M-F; 10am-3pm,
- Limited weekends (as needed)