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Welcome to the AACC Classifieds section!

Here you will find job listings, help wanted ads and other Christian counseling related classified advertisements. If you are interested in posting your own classified ad, please contact Advertising@AACC.net for pricing and instructions or click the button below to download the ad reservation form.

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Columbia Counseling Center

Columbia, SC  29210

803-731-4708 (office),  803-612-1206 (fax)

CCC is currently accepting inquiries and application for clinical providers for our busy Christian counseling center.  We have been providing mental health services for over 35 years and are seeking to replace a departing staff person and to move towards continued growth.  The provider(s) we are seeking will be licensed (or license eligible) in South Carolina as LPC, LISW-CP, LMFT, or Psychologist.  We serve children through geriatric populations and offer a fairly comprehensive range of services among our current staff of seven clinical providers.

We are offering a choice of salaried compensation or independent contractor status, both based on range of clinical experience.  We will consider newly licensed professionals or experienced clinicians seeking to utilize and strengthen their skills.  We seek to serve our clients from a Christian perspective with strong, professional clinical interventions integrated with sound faith concepts and practice.  We have a very established referral base from varied sources, including insurance panels, primary physicians, attorneys and pastors.  We currently serve approximately 500 clients monthly.  We provide all supportive services including receptionist, scheduling and reminders, administrative support, insurance billing, collections, and fully furnished/equipped office space.

Please visit our website at www.columbiacounselingcenter.com to learn more about us.

Please respond to Robert E. Hooper, Ph.D. via columbiacounselingcenter1@gmail.com with inquiries.  

To apply, send resume` and brief statement of your Christian faith, with salary/compensation intentions.

 


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We’re Hiring! Full-time Clinical Therapist Wanted

Central DuPage Pastoral Counseling Center

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Are you interested in the integration of Christian faith and psychology? We are a non-profit, ecumenical counseling center dedicated to serving varied populations, including those who cannot afford counseling. We also provide assessment and educational services to the community and serve as a training site for master and doctoral psychology students. We are located 30 miles west of Chicago in a lovely, gracious setting that welcomes all with hospitality.

In addition to the competitive pay we offer, you will have an opportunity to earn a higher percentage of the session fee as your caseload increases. We provide liability insurance, weekly group supervision and consultation, individual supervision for licensing if needed, and opportunities for leadership roles. Our staff is warm and collegial and truly is the best part of who we are.

As a full-time staff therapist, you will provide individual therapy for clients presenting with a variety of diagnostic concerns. Optional opportunities include working with couples and/or families, participating in groups, workshops, and presentations within the community and assessment work.

We are currently seeking to hire:

  • Post docs

  • Licensed Clinical Psychologists

The ideal candidate:

1. Is a practicing Christian with training in pastoral studies, spirituality or theology (or interested in getting such training over time) for purposes of client-led integrated care.

2. Has a willingness to be an independent contractor.
3. Has an interest in doing assessments as well as therapy (clinical psychologists). Benefits:

  • Flexibility in setting own schedule

  • Competitive compensation ($70 – 110,000 annually)

  • Additional stipend/income for leadership positions (Coordinator or Director)

  • Mal-practice liability insurance coverage

  • Supervision and consultation

  • Administrative support for reception, billing, marketing, technology, and credentialing

  • Designated office space

  • Support for building a caseload if required

  • Work remotely when necessary

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Application Guidelines:

When applying, please include the following:

  1. A cover letter detailing your interest

  2. A curriculum vitae

  3. Three reference letters

You may mail your materials or use the link below to submit them online:

Mail to:

Dr. Patricia R. Francis, O.P.

Director of Counseling Services

Central DuPage Pastoral Counseling Center

507 Thornhill Dr
Carol Stream IL 60188

Online submissions:
Please complete the application form at: Employment Application (jotform.com) and

submit your supporting documentation along with the application.

Questions may be directed to Dr. Patricia Francis, OP, Director of Counseling Services, 630-752- 9750, ext. 17.

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Pastor of LifeCare, Counselor • Oklahoma City Campus

Crossings Community Church’s LifeCare Ministries is recruiting a full-time Clinical Pastor to join our LifeCare Counseling Team.

Crossings Community Church (CCC) is a Christ-centered church committed to live by FAITH, be a voice of HOPE, and be known by LOVE. CCC serves God’s people locally and abroad through our Oklahoma City, Edmond, and online campuses, as well as our Prison Campuses, Community Center, Clinic, and many other ministries.

LifeCare Ministries (LifeCare, LC) oversees CCC’s offerings for licensed counseling to adult congregants, marital and family life enrichment courses, CareSeries’ life event support groups, and recovery ministries that include both Celebrate Recovery and traditional 12-step groups.

An overview of this position, as follows:

  • Provides therapy for individuals, couples, and families – weekdays with some evenings

  • Is available for facilitation of evening LC support and recovery groups and/or enrichment classes

  • Engages in Sunday morning pastoral responsibilities, as needed and assigned

  • Serves as a team player with high energy, strong interpersonal skills, and positive attitude

  • Capable of executing a multi-ministry focus with excellence

  • Supports the leadership of CCC, contributing to the spirit of unity among the staff and congregation

  • Commits to the highest possible ministry standards and professional ethics in accordance with the goals, Purpose Statement, and Core Values of Crossings Community Church

The successful candidate will hold the following clinical requirements:

  • Articulate in the counseling field’s body of knowledge, corollary to current level of education, training, experience, and clinical focus

  • Holds clinical expertise and experience in addressing issues specifically related to adults, as well as clinical expertise and experience in conducting marital and family therapy

  • Espouses conformity to clinical standards, ethics, and protocols as established by the field’s definitions of ethical best practice

  • Committed to timely record management in line with LC’s clinical protocols and HIPAA guidelines

The successful candidate will hold the following pastoral requirements:

  • Demonstrates a developed sense of Pastoral Calling, as well as, Pastoral Identity

  • Participates in pastoral development through on-going Biblical studies, and readings in theology,

    pastoral leadership, clinical and pastoral integration, and teaching effectiveness

  • Holds humility and unity as key components to ministry service.

  • Holds significant church staff experience

  • Embraces the core principles, values, and DNA of Crossings ministries’ and Wesleyan roots

  • Committed to the highest possible ministry standards and professional ethics in accordance with the goals, Purpose Statement, and Core Values of Crossings Community Church

The successful candidate will hold the following spiritual expectations:

  • Holds evidence and history of a mature spiritual walk, that includes regular spiritual disciplines

  • Is committed to an attitude of humility, compassion, and forbearance, pursuing peace and unity

  • Publically, and in private, maintains a lifestyle that is above reproach, conducting oneself in a manner worthy of the Gospel of Jesus Christ

  • Holds a commitment to, history of, and is currently in regular church attendance and participation

 

The ideal candidate will hold the following education, training, and experience:

  • Holds a clinical graduate degree (MA/MEd Counseling; MMFT; MSW)
  • Holds, or eligibility for license as a provider in the State of Oklahoma (LPC, LMFT, LADC, LCSW)
  • Eligible for behavioral health malpractice insurance through HPSO
  • Holds a graduate degree in Theological Studies (MDiv, MTS, MA/RelEd, DMin, PhD)
  • Pastoral training (CPE experience is a plus)
  • Holds ordination in good standing, or eligibility for ordination, in a faith body of “like-mind and order”
  • Holds several years of both clinical practice and pastoral experience
  • Has participated in their own personal therapy
  • Possess a current unrestricted driver’s license

This position’s salary is commensurate with education, licensure, and experience. LifeCare provides each Clinical Pastor with clinical consultation, licensure fees, malpractice insurance, continuing clinical education (CEUs), and on-going theological & pastoral development. Crossings provides its full-time pastoral staff with compensated paid personal leave, a comprehensive employee/dependents healthcare and cafeteria benefits package, and a matching retirement annuity.

For information on this position and a CCC application form with resume upload, please click the following link.

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=60336&clientkey=BB 5BBDC81EFC132E8B6CA382258DEFB3


Online Assistant Professor, Marriage & Family Therapy Program (MFT)

Nyack College

Nyack College invites applications for a full-time, Assistant Professor position to teach online courses in its COAMFTE accredited Marriage and Family Therapy Program for the 2022-2023 academic year. Nyack College is a multi-cultural institution that represents the beautiful tapestry of diversity found in the New York City Metropolitan Area. The MFT program invites applicants who wish to join a growing student body and faculty of diversity. Distinctives of the Program include a focus on self-of-the-therapist training, spiritual integration of clinical work and Clinical Observation as part of the student Internship requirement (where students observe faculty conducting therapy from behind one-way mirrors). As a Christian institution, applicants are sought who are respectful and supportive of that spiritual worldview. The school is located at 2 Washington Street, New York, NY. More information about the school and Program may be found at  https://www.nyack.edu/site/ma-marriage-and-family-therapy/.

QUALIFICATIONS

Doctoral degree in Marriage and Family Therapy or in a closely related field (strongly prefer graduate of a COAMFTE-accredited program); AAMFT Approved Supervisor or Supervision Candidate; license-eligible in New York State as an LMFT; graduate and online teaching experience preferred. Preference will be given to candidates who have specialization in sex therapy and/or working with families impacted with physical/intellectual disability. Yet those without this focus will be considered.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

For more information about the position, please contact Dr. Andrew T. Mercurio, MFT Program Director and chair of the search committee:

andrew.mercurio@nyack.edu. Applications should include a statement of interest, curriculum vita, and contact list of at least three references. Samples of scholarly work, including publications, are welcome. Applications may be sent to Dr. Mercurio with “MFT Faculty Search” in the subject line.      

 


 

Official Title: Counselor

Department: Student Services

Category: Part-Time (10-month)​​

 

Position Overview:

Reporting to the Vice President for Student Services (VPSS), the Counselor’s primary purpose at Mid-Atlantic Christian University is to develop relationships to further enhance the academic, social, and spiritual development of students. This is accomplished by, but not limited to, providing counseling services from a Biblical worldview.

Essential Responsibilities:

Act as a college representative in all aspects of life.
  • Pray for students
  • Provide an example of Christian character and personal growth
  • Encourage students in their development of Christian character
  • Provide guidance and counsel to residential and commuter students
  • Respond to student concerns and requests, referring students for professional counseling as needed
Counseling
  • Be available to counsel students by appointment in a hybrid format (on campus and online), for approximately 15-20 hours per week.  
  • Assist VPSS with emergency/crisis response as needed.  
Report all concerns to the Vice President for Student Services.

 

Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Qualifications:

1) A heart committed to ministering to students of varying ages and ethnicities.
2) The ability to be a team player that works well with and networks with faculty, staff, students, and the community.
3) Active membership in the Christian Church, Church of Christ, or spiritually compatible denomination is required.
4) A Master’s degree in Counseling is required; licensure preferred but not required.
5) Demonstrated Counseling experience is required.
6) Ability to complete tasks in a timely fashion.

Compensation and Benefits:  

Pay from $12,500
Free daily meal in cafeteria
Dependent scholarships
On campus space for appointments will be provided
A laptop can be provided if needed

Application Procedure:

Please send a resume with references and cover letter to the Vice President of Student Services: Bryan Wisdom, bryan.wisdom@macuniversity.edu

“The university is intentionally seeking ethnically and racially diverse persons for employment.”

Mid-Atlantic Christian University, a private, faith based, four-year college is committed to equality of educational opportunity and will not discriminate against applicants, students, or employees on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, age, disability, or prior military service. Federal guidelines (Sections 702-703 of Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act) clearly recognize the right of church related institutions to seek personnel who will support the goals of the institution.  Being a student or employee at Mid-Atlantic Christian University requires a commitment and lifestyle consistent with the institution’s mission and values.


HUNTINGTON UNIVERSITY – Assistant Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling

The Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program invites interested applicants to apply for the Assistant Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling position.  The primary responsibilities for this online/remote position include teaching courses within the curriculum of the CMHC department.  Preferential consideration will be given to candidates willing to locate in Northeast Indiana.

Qualifications:

Must have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, a strong desire to serve others and a commitment to being a faithful steward of university resources
Commitment towards the integration of Christian faith in teaching and practice
Earned doctorate (Ph.D. in Counselor Education required) from a CACREP accredited program (exceptional ABD candidates nearing completion will be considered)
Experience and understanding of Christian higher education
Successful experience in teaching at the university level
Participate and identify with the counseling profession through sustained memberships 
in professional counseling organizations.
Maintain certifications and/or licenses related to the counseling profession and 
specialty area(s); candidates should be fully licensed
Strong clinical supervision preparation and ability
Show evidence of sustained professional development and renewal activities related to counseling; professional service and advocacy in counseling; research and scholarly activity in counseling commensurate with their faculty role. 

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to:

Serve as a full-time faculty member and execute the functions identified in that job classification which includes teaching 24 graduate credit hours over an 11-month contract.
Develop courses as needed.
Work collaboratively with core faculty towards CACREP accreditation

 

General Information:  Huntington University is an independent, Christian liberal arts university.  Employees of Huntington University subscribe to the Statement of Faith that is identical to that of the National Association of Evangelicals.

Work Schedule: This is a full-time, 11-month, exempt position.  

 To Apply: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7353b4b0-47be-41c8-bcb3-dc2ae3843581&ccId=19000101_000001&lang=en_US


Remote or In-Person Faculty Opening at Charleston Southern University/Clinical Counseling Dept

Charleston Southern University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor of Clinical Counseling, starting August 1st, 2022. Applicants will be considered for remote or in-person faculty. Remote faculty will have the same job requirements in a virtual format, along with synchronous, virtual classes.

Ideal candidates have a passion for teaching future counselors and can relate their experience within the clinical field to students. Applicant would be part of the core clinical faculty per CACREP accreditation requirements, and must have a completed doctorate in Counselor Education & Supervision (we cannot currently hire those who are ABD). Charleston Southern seeks candidates who are professing Christians, committed to excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service. They should support the goals of a strong liberal arts education and be willing to explore with students the integration of faith and learning. Rank is commensurate with experience. CSU intends to pursue CACREP accreditation for Master of Science for Clinical Mental Health Counseling. For more information about the Master of Science in Clinical Counseling at Charleston Southern see our webpage: Department of Clinical Counseling

Responsibilities: Teach master’s level courses for the counseling program. Engaging curriculum development, including student practicum and internship. Supervise counseling student-interns, including site visits. Student advisement and recruitment. Work cooperatively with clinical mental health agencies. Interest and participation in professional counseling. Participate in appropriate program, school, and university activities such as program information sessions, admissions processes, and workshops. Assist in occasional school and university recruitment activities. Willing to teach face-to-face and online courses as needed.

Qualifications: An earned doctorate in Counselor Education & Supervision from a CACREP-accredited program. Licensure-eligible in the state of South Carolina (remote faculty must pursue licensure in his or her state). Identify with the counseling profession through membership in professional organizations (i.e., ACA and/or its divisions). Experience in teaching and clinical supervision of counselors-in-training. Evidence of scholarly activities related to clinical counseling and counseling training. Familiar with utilizing technology, distance learning, and a working knowledge of and/or experience with the CACREP standards. Qualified to teach core counseling courses.

Application Process: To apply, please complete the online application below and attach a cover letter and curriculum vitae. Please also include a statement of teaching philosophy with examples of integrated faith. Entering untrue or inaccurate information will result in disqualification for consideration of vacant positions, or subsequent termination after hire. This position will remain open until filled. By completing this application you are giving Charleston Southern University the authority to contact any person, educational institution, current or former employer, or company to disclose in good faith any information they may have regarding your qualifications and fitness for employment including, but not limited to, those you have listed in your application materials. Prior to a final offer of employment, the selected candidate will be required to submit to a background check including, but not limited to, employment verification, educational and other credential verification, criminal background check and reference check. Applicants who will drive for the University will be required to complete a background check on their driving record. Review of credentials will begin immediately. Minority candidates are encouraged to apply. For additional information contact Dr. Angel Weaver (aweaver@csuniv.edu).

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=02e053b3-676a-438b-b5ef-92e6cff5944e&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=433158&source=CC2&lang=en_US


Position Title:    Counselor 

Full Time, 9 ½ months 

Reports To:        Director of Counseling Services 

 

Description of Mission Impact: Houghton College provides an academically challenging, Christ-centered education in the liberal arts and sciences to students from diverse traditions and economic backgrounds and equips them to lead and labor as scholar-servants in a changing world. Counseling Services at Houghton College supports and empowers students to pursue emotional growth and wellness through meaningful therapeutic relationships and equipping students with personalized skills and resources designed to accelerate their God-given potential. Counselors provide individual and group mental health services to students through counseling, consultation and coordination of programs and services. This includes providing training and education, as well as crisis intervention. Counseling Services exist to help break down barriers that impede a student’s success in college in the areas of academic, social/emotional and career/vocational opportunities. 

 

Essential Functions:

  • Maintains professional standards of confidentiality and ethics in conjunction with established guidelines of appropriate professional associations.
  • Provides individual and group counseling and psychotherapy. 
  • Participates in weekly staff meetings 
  • Facilitates student focused psychoeducational programs and trainings 
  • Assist Admissions in communicating with prospective students and parents about services offered and the success of Houghton graduates; 

 

Success Profile:

The successful candidate will exhibit the following qualities: 

Pace: The typical counseling caseload ebbs and flows throughout the semester based on student need and the realities of the academic calendar. Consequently, the counselor must be able to responsibly balance times of low client load with heavy client load throughout the semester. The counselor must be able to manage clinical care, documentation and program delivery 

Decision-making: Professional counselors must be able to make critical decisions regarding client health, wellbeing, and treatment, prioritizing work flow and evaluation of crisis care. Sound clinical judgment that is both ethical and efficacious is necessary. 

Communication: Strong communication skills in both written and verbal contexts is essential. The ability to assess and conceptualize clinical issues and articulate these to both client and supervisor is important. Public speaking skills relevant for trainings, professional development and psychoeducational groups is important. 

Collaboration/Individual Contributor: The ability to work with clients and other stakeholders such as parents, peers, faculty and health care providers is essential to this position. Possessing the ability to collaborate across Center for Student Success service team providers is an important component of this position. 

 

Statement of Requirements

  • Professional: 

o Minimally the candidate will possess a Master’s degree in the field of Counseling, Psychology, Social Work (with LCSW credential), or Marriage and Family Therapy. 

o Broad counseling and psychotherapy skills; candidates with experience in trauma informed care preferred. 

o New York State Licensure or eligibility for appropriate NYS Licensure 

o Three to five years’ experience with the college student population. 

  • Personal: 

o Christian integrity and character, supportive of the Wesleyan Church theological and doctrinal positions. 

o Disciplined, optimistic, enthusiastic and high energy self-starter o Organizational skills, particularly with ability to multi-task with flexibility to manage a changing schedule  

o Ability to interact well with students, staff, faculty, administration, and external audiences 

o Exemplary communication and interpersonal skills 

o Strong work ethic and cooperative demeanor 

 

Houghton College is fully committed to a culturally diverse faculty, staff and student body. Successful candidates will evidence similar commitments. 

 

Application Procedure: To apply please submit the following materials via email to: jobs@houghton.edu

(1) Cover Letter 

(2) Resume 

(3) 3 References 

(4) Answers to the following questions: 

Please review Houghton College’s Community Covenant and Doctrinal Statement available here: 

https://www.houghton.edu/a-vision-of-our-common-life/

https://www.houghton.edu/doctrinal-statement/

  1. Please provide a brief description of your journey to Christian faith. In what ways are you currently participating in a local church or fellowship? 
  2. Review the College’s Vision for a Common Life statement. Based on your reading, what resonates deeply with you? 
  3. Based on your reading of the Vision for a Common Life, what would most challenge you about our learning community? 
  4. If you have significant concern with one of Houghton’s beliefs or practices, how would you work with the concern to preserve both the community’s integrity and your own?

 

https://www.houghton.edu/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Counselor.pdf

 


Director of Behavioral Health Services

Are you a Social Worker? Licensed Clinical Psychologist? Want to lead a team of clinical counselors?

At Christ Community Health, we believe everyone should have access to healthcare services and have made it our mission for almost 15 years to “proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord and to demonstrate his love by providing affordable, quality, primary healthcare” to communities throughout the CSRA. Since being established in 2007, we have grown rapidly across three sites to expand our services, including oral health, women’s health, behavioral health, and care management services.

The Behavioral Health Services Director (BHSD) supervises and serves the team of Behavioral Health Specialists who support the clinical care teams and their patients to improve their overall health. By using the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model, the Director collaborates with primary health care providers and integrates best practices related to behavioral interventions and strategies. In addition, the Director also provides direct patient care.

Requirements:

  • Current Georgia licensure as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Clinical Psychologist
  • Degree or license in Clinical Psychology (Ph.D., PsyD) or Social Work (LCSW)

What we’re looking for in a candidate:

  • Eager and able to embody the mission and vision of Christ Community
  • Able to demonstrate love, compassion, and genuine care when interacting with others
  • Demonstrates leadership and the ability to advocate for a program effectively within the organization
  • Knowledge of the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model and effective supervision strategies related to the model
  • Knowledge of clinical pathways and protocols in primary care that improve the utilization of the PCBH service and enhance patient care
  • Exceptional interpersonal communication skills that allow for regular and effective communication with a variety of people, including patients, visitors, providers, and senior management
  • Able to “think on your feet” and collaborate/communicate effectively with the goal of fostering an environment of teamwork

What Christ Community has to offer:

CCH is committed to understanding the needs of its staff. We strive to offer a compensation package that includes a competitive salary based on levels of experience; employer-paid medical, life, short-term disability, and long-term disability insurance, plus an available 401K plan with employer matching. Additional benefits include dental and vision insurance, paid time off, paid holidays, relocation assistance, and we are a qualifying employer under HRSA-funded loan repayment and Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) programs.

**Christ Community Health Services Augusta Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, age, national origin, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other federal, state, or local protected class.

 


SEEKING NY THERAPIST TO JOIN VIRTUAL PRIVATE PRACTICE – HIGHLY FLEXIBLE OPPORTUNITY!

A small private practice in New York is growing and looking to add therapists, especially those with a Christian worldview.  Seeking licensed New York therapists and new graduates. We provide hope to a broad range of clients, including individual adults, children, families, and couples. Our practice is HIGHLY FLEXIBLE, adjusting your schedule to your needs.  This is an innovative team providing an opportunity to work from home, supported by an energetic group focused on collaboration, professional development, and a healthy work-life balance. Come be a part of our team! If you are interested, contact Sally at:sallyhalelmhc@gmail.com

 


 

BRYAN COLLEGE IS HIRING A DIRECTOR OF COUNSELING SERVICES –

PLEASE FOLLOW THE LINK FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO APPLY

https://www.bryan.edu/employment/director-of-counseling-services-2/

 


The Clinical Psychology PsyD Program at Regent University is accepting applications for a full-time faculty member (open rank) to join our team in August 2022. We seek a person who can integrate Christian faith with professional psychology. We will consider applicants with a broad range of specialty interests, but areas that would be particularly useful include (but are not limited to) psychological assessment, biological bases of behavior, health psychology, and child psychology, among others. The position will be housed at the university campus in beautiful Virginia Beach, VA located approximately 15 minutes away from the Atlantic Ocean. Virginia Beach area offers multiple family-friendly attractions year-round from a variety of outdoor activities (trails, kayaking, beach) to excellent dining options, many cultural events, and top school districts.

Interested applicants can contact AnnaOrd@regent.edu with any questions. 

Link to the position description and application can be found here: https://regent.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/729?c=regent

 


 

 

PROGRAM DIRECTOR/ASST/ASSOC PROFESSOR FOR MS CLINICAL COUNSELING

Description: Charleston Southern University (CSU) seeks applicants for a tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor of Counselor Education to start June 1st, 2022. The candidate will also fill the role of Program Director for the Master of Science in Clinical Counseling Program. This is a 12-month position. Ideal applicants have a passion for teaching future counselors and can relate their experience within the clinical counseling field to students. The new hire would be part of the core clinical faculty per CACREP accreditation requirements and serve as the Academic Unit Leader for Counselor Education.

Responsibilities: Teach 24 semester hours of counseling classes per year (Fall (9hrs)/Spring (9hrs)/Summer (6hrs); synchronous-online and in-person, including didactic and clinical classes (one course release per semester for director role).

The Program Director’s responsibilities include: (1) Supervision and oversite of the Clinical Counseling MS degree program, including responding to inquiries regarding the overall academic unit, (2) Overseeing curriculum development and semester schedules, including adjunct program needs, (3) Providing input and making recommendations regarding the development of and expenditures from the budget, (4) Oversight of the admissions process, including new student recruitment and interviews, (5) Participating in appropriate program, school, and university activities such as program information sessions, admissions processes, and workshops, (6) Assist in occasional school and university recruitment activities, (7) Serving on committees, such as Academic Council & Graduate Council, (8) Academic advisement, (9) Oversight of CACREP accreditation requirements in coordination with the CACREP Liaison,

(10) Leading the CACREP Core faculty in decision-making, creation and implementation of program objectives, student remediation plans/discipline issues, and program management/evaluation.

Qualifications: Both a doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision from a CACREP-accredited program and a desire to integrate faith with counselor education. Ideal applicants will have administrative experience in oversight and coordination of a counseling program and identification with the counseling profession through membership in professional organizations (i.e., ACA, ACES, and/or its divisions). Ideal candidates will have a deep knowledge of 1) principles, methods and current developments of counselor education and clinical supervision for counseling students, and 2) instructional strategies and techniques appropriate to teaching the courses assigned (graduate, adult learners, in person/online, etc). This candidate must be a believer of the Christian faith and share CSU’s mission of integrative faith in learning, leading, and serving. Evidence of scholarly activities related to clinical counseling and counseling training is strongly desired. Candidates should be eligible for licensure as a Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of South Carolina, and if hired, must complete licensure application prior to position start date.

*CSU is planning to submit an application for accreditation with CACREP for Masters in Science for Clinical Mental Health Counseling during the next academic year.

Application Process: To apply, please complete the online application below and attach a cover letter, current curriculum vitae, A statement of teaching philosophy for teaching adult learners with examples of faith integration, and a list of at least 3 professional references for the search committee members to contact. Entering untrue or inaccurate information will result in disqualification for consideration of vacant positions, or subsequent termination after hire.  This position will remain open until filled.  By completing this application you are giving Charleston Southern University the authority to contact any person, educational institution, current or former employer, or company to disclose in good faith any information they may have regarding your qualifications and fitness for employment including, but not limited to, those you have listed in your application materials.  Prior to a final offer of employment, the selected candidate will be required to submit to a background check including, but not limited to, employment verification, educational and other credential verification, criminal background check and reference check.   Applicants who will drive for the University will be required to complete a background check on their driving record. Review of credentials will begin immediately. Minority candidates are encouraged to apply. For additional information contact Dr. Angela Weaver (aweaver@csuniv.edu). 

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=02e053b3-676a-438b-b5ef-92e6cff5944e&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=446939&source=CC2&lang=en_US

 


 

Director of Student Mental Health

The Director of Student Mental Health will serve as the lead mental health professional for California Baptist University and will oversee the coordination of biblical, Christian, and ethical campus-wide mental-health initiatives that demonstrate best practices in the profession including but not limited to assessment of and recommendations pertaining to students in mental health crisis; the development, implementation, and promotion of mental healthcare resources; coordination of strategies to ensure positive mental well-being among students; collaboration with departments, schools, and colleges within the University for appropriate student care; communication of current mental health trends; and training of student leaders, faculty, and staff to identify mental health issues and to provide appropriate care and assistance to students by performing the following duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
• Serve as in-house evaluator to assess and diagnose students in mental health crisis to advise CBU administration.
• Advise CBU administration of possible treatment plans for students in crisis based on diagnoses and make recommendations for student mental healthcare.
• Conduct regular psychological research to ensure current knowledge of mental health issues as well as mental healthcare trends, especially among college students and universities, and to recommend and implement best practices for effective student mental healthcare according to California law and code of ethics.
• Recommend, develop, and implement initiatives, strategies, processes, and structures based on psychological research to advance positive mental health among all student populations.
• Recommend, develop, and implement strategies, processes, and protocols based on evidence-based practice to provide multi-department, cross-division, and collaborative care in times of crisis.
• Collaborate closely with other Student Services departments in various processes and protocols that address student issues and needs.
• Partner and collaborate with the CBU Counseling Center (CBUCC) to provide appropriate counseling for students.
• Recommend, manage, and promote self-service mental-health resources for student use.
• Develop and schedule crisis and mental well-being training based on psychological research as well as current trends in student mental health care for student leaders, faculty, and staff at strategic times of the year, especially (but not limited to) Safety Services, the CBUCC staff, Residence Life, Spiritual Life, etc.
• Develop and manage mental health protocols for times of crisis.
• Lead the Student Care/Assessment/Intervention Team.
• Represent mental health strategies and protocols to prospective students and parents.
• Partner, collaborate, and communicate broadly across campus with departments, schools, and colleges to further strategies and partnerships that advance mental well-being among students.
• Plan and execute awareness campaigns for the campus community in collaboration with the CBUCC and other pertinent offices.

OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
• Current knowledge of California state law regarding practice of psychology.
• Current licensure and certifications (or ability to establish such) with the California Board of Psychology.
• Extensive and broad clinical experience.
• Accomplished communication skills for large and small gatherings
• Big-picture, mental-health leadership experience.
• Knowledge of best practices to promote positive mental health and well-being among college students.
• Experience in higher education student services and development preferred.
• Knowledge of current mental health issues and trends among college students.
• Ability to relate with ease to various groups including executive leadership, faculty, staff, and students.
• After hours availability required
• Skill in the use of personal computers and related software applications.
• Ability to make administrative and procedural decisions and judgments on sensitive, confidential issues.
• A thorough knowledge of: Business English and arithmetic; general office methods, procedures and practices.
• Ability to plan, develop, and coordinate multiple projects.
• Ability to use independent judgment and to manage and impart confidential information.
• Ability to gather data, compile information, and prepare reports.
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a diverse faculty, staff and student body.
• Ability to supervise and train staff, including organizing, prioritizing, and scheduling work assignments.
• Strong organizational skills and detailed oriented.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality.
• Excellent telephone courtesy knowledge and experience.
• Knowledge of standard budgeting and expenditure control procedures and documentation.
• Knowledge of finance, accounting, budgeting, and cost control procedures.
• Ability to interpret, adapt, and apply guidelines and procedures.
• Skill in examining and re-engineering operations and procedures, formulating policy, and developing and implementing new strategies and procedures
• Ability to create, compose, and edit written materials.
• Ability to make administrative/procedural decisions and judgments.
• Ability to resolve customer complaints and concerns.
• Ability to investigate and analyze information and to draw conclusions.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Doctoral degree (Ph.D., Psy.D, or equivalent degree). Current licensure as a psychologist with 5-7 years clinical practice as a licensed psychologist in California. Current licensure and certifications (or ability to establish such) with the California Board of Psychology.

For more information and to apply online: https://jobs.calbaptist.edu/postings/7037.


Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Counseling 

George Fox University announces a non-tenure or tenure-track faculty position in the Graduate School of Counseling, to begin in August 2022 at the Portland Center campus. The Graduate School of Counseling (GSC) currently enrolls close to 300 students.  CACREP accredited programs include Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling, and School Counseling, as well as a NASP-aligned School Psychology program.  The GSC is grounded in and shaped by our commitment to an integrated understanding of faith and mental health that embraces diversity and promotes justice. This position requires a passion for teaching, supervision, and the counseling profession.

George Fox University, a Christ-centered community, prepares students spiritually, academically, and professionally to think with clarity, act with integrity, and serve with passion. Professors teach all truth as God’s truth, integrating all fields of learning around the person and work of Jesus Christ, bringing the divine revelations through sense, reason, and intuition to the confirming test of Scripture. As a Christ- centered community, George Fox University is an institution that values diversity as an essential dimension of God’s design for human communities. In seeking to become a more inclusive community, we especially encourage applications from individuals who can help us achieve our diversity goals.

Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:

  • Teaching courses within the curriculum of the Graduate School of Counseling.
  • Supervising counseling students in field placements.
  • Developing courses when needed.
  • Understanding and abiding by CACREP standards as a faculty member, professor, and advisor.
  • Participating in student screenings and faculty meetings.
  • Advising students.
  • Developing and sustaining an ongoing program of relevant scholarship.
  • Participating in the work of the department and the university, including serving on university committees as needed.

Qualifications

  • Ph.D. in counselor education and supervision from a CACREP program required. Applicants who are A.B.D. in a Ph.D. program will be considered, but must have an earned Ph.D. by the time of appointment.
  • Licensed (or near completion on obtaining full licensure) as a School Counselor, LPC, or LMFT.
  • A commitment to working with a diverse population of students; demonstrated experience in this area is preferred.
  • Strong clinical supervision preparation and ability
  • Capable of teaching both clinical mental health and school counseling courses
  • Demonstrated excellence in teaching 
  • A record of relevant scholarship for tenure track positions
  • All applicants must express a personal commitment to Jesus Christ and express their Christian testimony in a local church. In addition, professors agree to live in agreement with the  Community Lifestyle Statement and affirm the theological commitments expressed in the  Statement of Faith.
  • Candidates must have legal authority to permanently work in the U.S.  Employees of George Fox University must be a resident of one of the following states: Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho, New York, Ohio, or Texas.

Salary and Rank

Appointment at the Assistant Professor level is anticipated, though candidates with significant teaching and research experience at previous institutions may be considered for appointment at the rank of Associate Professor. Salary and benefits are competitive with comparable institutions.

Application Procedures – kindly apply only through this website

When completing the online application, please upload the following as .pdf documents in the section marked Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae, and Essay Requirement:

  • Letter of Interest
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • Faith and learning essay*
  • Statement of supervision and teaching philosophy
  • Concise description of research plans

Other supporting materials may be requested at a later stage of the review process.  

Interested applicants are encouraged to apply at once.  Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.    

Questions may be directed to: Janelle Freitag, GSC Administrative Assistant – jfreitag@georgefox.edu

*INTEGRATION OF FAITH AND LEARNING ESSAY George Fox University is committed to the idea that one of the primary responsibilities of Christian higher education is to help students develop a uniquely Christian worldview. As teachers and mentors, it is important for George Fox University faculty members to integrate Christian faith and principles in all aspects of their lives. As an essential part of the application process, the University will carefully consider your response to the following: In a one-page essay (about 300 words) describe your personal Christian faith, as well as how your faith informs your teaching, scholarship, and service (including service and leadership in your church and/or in Christian ministries)


Assistant Professor of Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling 

George Fox University announces a non-tenure or tenure-track faculty position in the Graduate School of Counseling, to begin in August 2022. The Graduate School of Counseling (GSC) currently enrolls close to 300 students.  CACREP accredited programs include Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling, and School Counseling, as well as a NASP-aligned School Psychology program.  The GSC is grounded in and shaped by our commitment to an integrated understanding of faith and mental health that embraces diversity and promotes justice. This position requires a passion for teaching, supervision, and the counseling profession.

George Fox University, a Christ-centered community, prepares students spiritually, academically, and professionally to think with clarity, act with integrity, and serve with passion. Professors teach all truth as God’s truth, integrating all fields of learning around the person and work of Jesus Christ, bringing the divine revelations through sense, reason, and intuition to the confirming test of Scripture. As a Christ- centered community, George Fox University is an institution that values diversity as an essential dimension of God’s design for human communities. In seeking to become a more inclusive community, we especially encourage applications from individuals who can help us achieve our diversity goals.

Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:

  • Teaching courses within the curriculum of the Graduate School of Counseling.
  • Supervising counseling students in field placements.
  • Developing courses when needed.
  • Understanding and abiding by CACREP standards as a faculty member, professor, and advisor.
  • Participating in student screenings and faculty meetings.
  • Advising students.
  • Ability to develop and sustain an ongoing program of relevant scholarship.
  • Participating in the work of the department and the university, including serving on university committees as needed.

Qualifications

  • Ph.D. in counselor education and supervision required. Applicants who are A.B.D. in a Ph.D. program will be considered, but must have an earned Ph.D. by the time of appointment.
  • Ph.D. from a CACREP-accredited program.
  • A master’s degree in Marriage and Family Counseling/Therapy and/or extensive doctoral training in MCFC
  • Licensed (or near completion on obtaining full licensure) as an LPC and/or LMFT.
  • A commitment to working with a diverse population of students; demonstrated experience in this area is preferred.
  • Strong clinical supervision preparation and ability
  • Capable of teaching both clinical mental health and  marriage, couple, and family counseling courses
  • Demonstrated excellence in teaching 
  • A record of relevant scholarship for tenure track positions
  • All applicants must express a personal commitment to Jesus Christ and express their Christian testimony in a local church. In addition, professors agree to live in agreement with the  Community Lifestyle Statement and affirm the theological commitments expressed in the  Statement of Faith.
  • Candidates must have legal authority to permanently work in the U.S. Employees of George Fox University must be a resident of one of the following states: Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho, New York, Ohio, or Texas.

Salary and Rank

Appointment at the Assistant Professor level is anticipated, though candidates with significant teaching and research experience at previous institutions may be considered for appointment at the rank of Associate Professor. Salary and benefits are competitive with comparable institutions.

Application Procedures – kindly apply only through this website

When completing the online application, please upload the following as Word or .pdf documents in the section marked Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae, and Essay Requirement:

  • Letter of Interest
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • Faith and learning essay*
  • Statement of supervision and teaching philosophy
  • Concise description of research plans

Other supporting materials may be requested at a later stage of the review process.

Interested applicants are encouraged to apply at once. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Questions may be directed to: jfreitag@georgefox.edu Administrative Assistant, Graduate School of Counseling

*INTEGRATION OF FAITH AND LEARNING ESSAY George Fox University is committed to the idea that one of the primary responsibilities of Christian higher education is to help students develop a uniquely Christian worldview. As teachers and mentors, it is important for George Fox University faculty members to integrate Christian faith and principles in all aspects of their lives. As an essential part of the application process, the University will carefully consider your response to the following: In a one-page essay (about 300 words) describe your personal Christian faith, as well as how your faith informs your teaching, scholarship, and service (including service and leadership in your church and/or in Christian ministries)


 

Assistant Professor of Psychology 

Job Description

The Department of Psychology at Oakland City University, a Christian faith-based liberal arts institution, is searching for an Assistant Professor of Psychology. This teaching position includes key responsibilities in instruction, advisement, assessment, and evaluation. The Faculty memberalso will assist other Psychology instructors within the Psychology program in collaboration with the Dean of Arts and Sciences and other relevant staff.

We strongly encourage applications from candidates who will honor our university’s commitment to recruiting a highly qualified and diverse faculty invested in the mission of preparing students for positive leadership.

Qualifications

Required:

Ph.D. in Psychology, Ph.D. in a closely related field with a minimum of 18 graduate hoursin Psychology, or a Doctorate (Doctor of Arts, Doctor of Education, Doctor of Science) in a field closely related field with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in Psychology. Candidates who are A.B.D. will be considered if they are close to completion.
Evidence of potential for effective teaching, with the ability to teach a variety of Psychology courses.

Preferred:

Three to five years of professional experience in a Psychology related field.
Ability to teach Statistics in Social Sciences and other courses that cross-credit with Criminal Justice.

Essential Functions

Teach introductory and upper-level Psychology courses.
Advise students majoring in Psychology and sponsor the Psychology Club.
Coordinate course development and assess student learning outcomes that are tied to program learning outcomes.
Represent the Psychology program to other groups and professional organizations.
Maintain an awareness of emerging Psychology research, trends, and issues.
Participate in faculty professional development and other school and university initiatives.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean of Arts and Sciences.

Application Process

To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of at least three references electronically to bburgess@oak.edu. Resume and supporting materials can also be submitted by mail to Oakland City University C/O Human Resources 138 N. Lucretia Street Oakland City, IN 47660.

Deadline to apply: April 15, 2022

Review of applications will begin immediately and will be held in confidence.

Oakland City University is a Christian university which offers high quality, career-focused degree programs in a Christ-centered, campus secure environment. Our Christ-centered values and relationships create a supportive environment which encourages students to live a life of Christian service in their chosen careers. Our talented faculty equip our students with the knowledge and expertise they need to lead healthy, productive lives and successful, fulfilling careers. Founded by the General Association of General Baptists in 1885, U.S. News and World Report has recognized Oakland City University as one of the top universities in the Midwest and #2 in the Midwest for Social Mobility.

Oakland City University is committed to the achievement of equal opportunity within OCU. In this regard, OCU will recruit, hire, promote, educate, and provide services to persons based upon their individual qualifications. OCU prohibits discrimination based on arbitrary considerations of characteristics such as age, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, marital status, national origin, race, or veteran status.

As a religious educational institution, Oakland City University is permitted under the exemptions set forth in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution to prefer employees on the basis of religion.


Cairn University

Full-time Faculty Position, Graduate Counseling

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences Located in Langhorne, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Cairn University exists to educate students to serve Christ in the church, society, and the world as biblically minded, well-educated and professionally competent men and women of character. Students earn bachelor’s degrees in various areas including Bible, Education, Music, and Business Administration, and graduate degrees in Business, Divinity, Education, Organizational Leadership, and Counseling. The School of Liberal Arts and Sciences is accepting applications for a full time faculty position in its Graduate Counseling program. The University seeks to fill the position by July 1, 2022. The candidate(s) for this position should be prepared ·to teach graduate courses including:

  • Counseling theory.
  • Models of counseling for counselors-in-training.
  • Psychopathology.
  • Marriage and family counseling.
  • Research Methods. 
  • Trauma based counseling

Candidates should be prepared to teach a minimum of 24 credits per academic year. Other responsibilities include: supervision of counseling interns, student advising, and university committee participation. Preferred candidates will possess a doctoral degree from a CACREP accredited program in counseling or counselor education. At minimum, candidates must have an earned master’s degree and significant progress toward earning a doctoral degree; three years of univE,rsity-level teaching experience; and counselor licensure including demonstrated active involvement as a professional counselor.

Cairn is a conservative, evangelical, non-denominational institution and all faculty have a ministry component to their work at the University which requires them to profess a personal faith in Jesus Christ and be able to articulate and integrate Biblical truth within the curriculum. Applicants must be in agreement with the University’s mission, vision, statement of faith, and community life covenant, and must provide a Personal Testimony of salvation as part of the application process.

Please apply online at https://cairn.edu/hr/jobs/. A resume/CV, cover letter, and unofficial transcripts may be uploaded with the application.



Auxilium Psychological Services, LLC
3103 Blackiston Mill Road
New Albany, IN 47119

 

Licensed Mental Health Counselor/Therapist (full-time or part time)

Auxilium Psychological Services is a faith-based team of clinicians focused on providing excellent care and serving the mental health needs of Southern Indiana. We are currently seeking full-time master’s- or doctoral-level therapists to join our supportive and collaborative outpatient therapy practice in New Albany, Indiana.

Auxilium therapists work with a variety of clients, depending on their interests including; children, adolescents and adult individuals, and families. There is clinical space set up to conduct Parent-Child Interaction Therapy and training in the evidenced based practice of PCIT by a in-office Level 1 PCIT Trainer may be negotiated. There is also a playroom and access to toys and art materials on site.
Therapists will carry and manage a caseload, will participate in a weekly staff meeting for professional development, and will have opportunities for outreach to the Kentuckiana community.
Indiana licensed mental health counselors, licensed marriage and family therapists, licensed clinical social workers, or licensed psychologists are preferred, but supervision by an experienced Licensed Clinical Psychologist with the Health Service Provider in Psychology provision can be provided to clinicians who have a provisional license and are working towards full licensure. We aim to expand what limited resources are available in the area by accepting several commercial insurances as well as Medicaid.

Therapists will be compensated as an independent contractor of Auxilium Psychological Services at a competitive rate, will have the benefit of our integrated electronic billing and note system, will receive administrative and billing support, and most importantly will benefit from the support of being part of a thriving group practice.

Where possible we seek to serve using evidenced-based care, and we have providers that are comfortable with the integration of Christian faith and psychology.

Inquiries can be sent to Dr. Erin Jenkins Baker at erin.jenkinsbaker@auxiliumpsychology.com .
Review of applications is ongoing.

 


 

Open Arms Christian Ministry

Open Arms Christian Ministry is seeking a masters level therapist (CSW, MFT, MHC) to provide individual, group, and family therapy for residents ages 10 to 18 in a girl’s group home.

Responsibilities:

  • Establish open lines of communication for individuals with mental or emotional issues
  • Coordinates all psychosocial community services under the general direction of the Clinical Psychologist/Psychiatrist, Clinical Director and Health Care Director. 
  • Provides intervention that include counseling, family support, clinical referral and treatment for mental health disorders or addiction
  • Implement and review treatment plans
  • Collaborate with additional treatment providers and placement agencies
  • Ensure all documentation is completed in a timely manner
  • Pursue studies for state licensure exam

Qualifications:

  • Must be empathetic, patient, dependable, organized, objective, persistent, flexible, resilient and driven with a love for children
  • Previous experience in mental health counseling or other related fields – preferred
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Ability to build rapport with clients
  • A good role model 
  • Creative

Please complete an application at: www.openarmschristian.com. Email resume to Marty@openarmschristian.com. For questions call Julie: 812-659-2533.


Indiana Wesleyan University

The Division of Graduate Counseling at Indiana Wesleyan University invites applicants for an Assistant or Associate Professor of Clinical and Mental Health Counseling (CMHC). Applicants should have an earned doctorate from a CACREP-approved program. Candidates should have appropriate licensure and credentials in the clinical mental health counseling profession and be eligible for licensure (e.g., LMHC, LPC, LPCC). Demonstration of professional identity with the counseling profession is 
required. Successful candidates will show evidence of personal faith in Jesus Christ, comfort with the Wesleyan theological perspective, and be committed to the integration of Christian faith in teaching and practice. Applicants who bring diverse ethnic, racial, and gender perspectives to their scholarship and teaching are especially encouraged to apply.

Click here to apply: careers.pageuppeople.com/1053/cw/en/job/492287/assistant-or-associate-professor-in-graduate-counseling


Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon

They invite applications for a full-time Assistant or Associate Faculty position, open until filled. The MA Counseling program specializing in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is CACREP accredited. The application for this position is located at westernseminary.edu/about/employment.

Responsibilities include teaching graduate level counseling courses, advising students, clinical supervision, commitment to student mentoring, advocacy, and scholarly productivity. Qualifications include a completed Ph.D. in Counselor Education preferably from a CACREP-approved program, clinical experience, demonstrated teaching ability, clinical supervision experience, theological knowledge or ministry experience, eligibility as a Licensed Professional Counselor in Oregon, and agreement with Western Seminary’s Faculty Teaching Position.

Western Seminary values equality and diversity and strongly encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Questions may be directed to Dr. Josh Mathews, VP Academic Affairs (jmathews@westernseminary.edu) or Dr. Rachel Heffield, Assistant MAC Program Director (rheffield@westernseminary.edu)


First Baptist Church of Alexandria: Independent Licensed Practicing Counselor.

First Baptist Church of Alexandria (FBCA) has openings for independent Christian therapists to serve as independent contractors in the FBCA Counseling Center. Therapists will have their own office space at an affordable rental price. Therapists must be credentialed in LPC or Psychology. Therapists are not employees of FBCA and receive no employee benefits from FBCA, but use facilities owned and maintained by FBCA to provide therapy services to church members and community. For more information, please submit a cover letter and CV to centeringtherapy@gmail.com


The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology

The Executive Director provides leadership for the Allender Center at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology, including stewarding a team of skilled and diverse leaders in executing programming and collaborating with the leadership across a variety of venues. For a complete job description, please visit theseattleschool.edu/human-resources/current-openings/exec-director


The Carpenter’s Workshop

The Carpenter’s Workshop, a Christian Counseling center in Sparta, New Jersey is looking to hire a part-time professional counselor for approximately 10 hours per week. The right candidate will embrace working in a ministry environment that has a Biblical worldview and will be licensed to practice at the independent level (LPC, LCSW, LMFT). Please see carpentersworkshop.org for more information about this counseling ministry. Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and a resume to: Office@carpentersworkshop.org


Community Center for Life in Gretna

Community Center for Life in Gretna, LA is seeking to hire a trauma-informed counselor who would be passionate about supporting women through unplanned pregnancies. Job duties would include crisis intervention counseling, conducting follow-up visits, and being open to having a small caseload of weekly clients. Fluency in Spanish is not required, but it would be preferred. The position is salaried, along w/ having paid holidays and paid vacation time. Work hours would be Monday-Thursday from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. Please contact Rachael Stanley at rachaels.ccl@gmail.com to inquire about the job position, and feel free to go to our website to learn more about the center: pregnancytestingwestbank.com.


Oblong Children’s Christian Home

Oblong Children’s Christian Home seeking mature Christian Executive Director with heart for neglected, troubled, delinquent and at-risk children and their families and a heart for the staff who serve them. Applicant must have master’s degree in human service field and 5 years supervisory experience.

See oblongchristianhome.org for complete description.

Send resume : executivesearch@oblongchristianhome.org


The Barnabas Center for Counseling

Position for a Full-Time Therapist

The Barnabas Center for Counseling is a growing, biblically based private practice seeking a full-time licensed therapist. The Therapist must be credentialed as a LPC, LCSW or LMFT. Therapist having experience working with children, adolescents, and adults preferred. For information, submit a cover letter and resume to barnabascenter1@gmail.com.


Safe Harbor Christian Counseling

They are currently accepting application for LCSW – C, LCPC and Psychologist who are licensed in Maryland or Washington DC for independent contractor positions.

Opportunities available in the following areas: Bel Air, White Marsh, Townson, Ellicott City, Waldorf, Bowie, Upper Marlboro, Silver Spring, DC.

Looking for competent clinicians who integrate strong clinical interventions with the ability to work with children, adolescents, and/or adults.

We offer flexible hours, autonomy, telehealth and in-person sessions.

Our 40-person administrative office will assist you in setting up scheduled appointments and supporting you in the field.

Part-time and full-time opportunities available with competitive pay.

To learn more about our agency, visit safeharbor1.com or send resumes to kristen@safeharborbc.com


The Cedarville University Department of Psychology

The Department of Psychology invites applicants for a ranked full-time, tenure-track eligible position as an Assistant/Associate Professor of Psychology. Applicants must have a strong commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching and the ability to integrate faith and learning. Cedarville’s psychology students learn to think biblically and critically about human behaviors across genders, cultures, and ages and to relate psychological principles to everyday life and work. The psychology major is a comprehensive degree that prepares students to succeed in work and life within the fields of mental, social, and behavioral health, or beyond. This position is subject to the University’s verification of credentials along with other information required by law and Cedarville University policies, including the successful completion of a background check. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. This position is pending budget approval. Position Requirements:

* Ph.D. or Psy.D. degree conferred in a Psychology discipline by Fall 2021. Priority will be given to applicants with degrees in Health Psychology, Cognitive or Neuropsychology, or Social Psychology

* Demonstrated excellence as an effective instructor.

* Demonstrated capability for research and scholarship.

* Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to complement our team well in mentoring students in education, scholarship, and professional development.

* Commitment to biblical integration of faith and learning both in and out of the classroom

* Qualified applicant must be a born-again Christian

* Qualified applicant must agree with and be willing to abide by Cedarville University’s Doctrinal

Statement<cedarville.edu/Job-Openings/Doctrinal-Statement.aspx>,Community

Covenant<cedarville.edu/Offices/Human-Resources/Staff-Standards.aspx>, and general Workplace

Standards<cedarville.edu/Offices/Human-Resources/Staff-Standards.aspx>.

Contact Information:

All official inquiries should be directed to Jennifer Cochran (jcochran@cedarville.edu)Director of Academic Human Resource Services.

Position-specific inquiries should be directed to Dr. Luke Tse (tsel@cedarville.edu), Chair, Department of Psychology.

Apply Now!<cedarville.edu/cf/hr/application> Cedarville University is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Capstone Treatment Center is hiring therapists.

Unrivaled salary, paid time off and paid benefits:
  • Top salary with the ability to earn more.
  • 75% of health insurance premiums for employees and immediate family;
  • Matching retirement contributions
  • Paid Trainings plus all expenses
  • Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist (CSAT)
  • Certified Trauma Therapist (CTT)
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Level 1 & 2 (EMDR)
  • Paid On-site Supervision
  • All supervision to completion of LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) and/or an LMFT (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist), or comparable licensure
  • Annual Paid-Time-Off
  • 2 – 5 weeks paid vacation
  • 8 paid holidays
  • 25 – 30 paid sabbatical days

Positive team environment with a team of excellent Christian therapists on a mission to stand in the gap for struggling families in the name of Jesus Christ.

Qualifications include strong Christian character, maturity and hard work ethic, minimum of a master’s degree and licensure potential as an LPC and/or LMFT.

For more info email careers@capstonetc.com. To apply go to www.capstonetreatmentcenter.com, click the ABOUT US tab and select careers.

 

Therapist/Counselor– The Samaritan Counseling Center of Southwest Georgia is seeking a therapist (LPC, LMFT, LCSW) to join our incredible team. Part-time – full-time position in comfortable office setting. Previous counseling experience and Georgia license required. Responsibilities include developing and implementing individual treatment plans for clients, accurate documentation of services, as well as developing and facilitating group counseling sessions.

Qualifications:

Master’s degree in psychology/counseling or other health-related discipline.

Current Georgia license in professional discipline (LPC, LMFT, LCSW).

Maintaining professional skills through continued professional education.

At least two years’ post-licensure experience specifically in the field of mental health counseling required.

Must be able to integrate theology and therapeutic approach.

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Please email cover letter and resume to scswga@bellsouth.net or mail to The Samaritan Counseling Center of Southwest Georgia PO Box 1276 Bainbridge, GA 39818


Alpha Counseling – Coeur d’Alene Idaho is seeking therapists

Alpha Counseling is seeking licensed counselors for full and part time work to conduct individual, family, couples therapy to a wide array of clients. All interested candidates please email resume/CV to jhufferalpha@gmail.com or go to www.myalphacounseling.org/careers.

 

“The Home of Grace, a Christian residential addiction recovery program in Vancleave, Mississippi, is hiring a Lead Counselor. The successful candidate will have a Master’s Degree in counseling and be licensed, or eligible for licensing, in the state of Mississippi. Please forward your resume to pmeredith@homeofgrace.org.”

 

Denver Seminary – seeks a full-time, non-tenure track, faculty position in CACREP accredited Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, and School Counseling Program (currently under review for CACREP accreditation). PhD in Counselor Education required, along with the ability to intentionally integrate counseling and theology in the classroom and in clinical practice. Preference given to those with experience teaching at least three of the following: school counseling, theological foundations of counseling, research, psychopharmacology, trauma, sexuality, groups in counseling, and career development. This position begins July 1, 2020.

View Full Job Description: https://denverseminary.edu/about/employment/


The Center for Children & Families is hiring family therapists.

Come fulfill your purpose at a life-giving, Spirit-led workplace that offers highly competitive compensation that is in various areas in Louisiana and now in Mississippi. Openings are available in each location for healers and therapists with licensable degrees (LPC’s, LMFT’s, and Licensed Social Workers; provisional licensed clinicians are also welcome to apply) to serve as independent contractors working within evidence-based practices. Perks include onsite CEU’s, high-level supervision and optional onsite licensure supervision, and long-term career options.

Signing bonus considered for long distance move.

Send your resume to hiring@standforhope.org today and come be the hope in a child’s story.

Visit https://www.standforhope.org/therapeutic-services-jobs.html for more information.


Graduate Counseling Program Director/Assistant Professor of Counseling

Huntington University invites applicants for: Director of Graduate Counseling/Assistant Professor of Counseling.

See www.huntington.edu/human-resources/employment-opportunities/ for job description/application instructions.

Full time with benefits included. Huntington University is an equal opportunity employer. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

Mental Health Counselor
Agape Counseling Center–Dayton, OH 45458

Immediate opening for part or full-time independently licensed Ph.D., Psy.D., LISW, or LPCC in 40-year established practice located in southern suburb of Dayton, OH. Services are needed for children, adolescents, adults, as well as couples. Therapist will be on payroll with an administrative staff ready to assist with scheduling, billing, client appointment reminders, and other client issues. Therapist needs to be familiar with faith-based issues of clients. (This posting is for job applicants only). Thank you!

Required education:
  • Master’s or Ph.D
Required license or certification:
  • D., Psy.D., LISW, or LPCC

Executive Director Samaritan Ministries | Winston Salem, NC

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Samaritan Ministries is an interdenominational, volunteer-based Christian ministry that serves Winston-Salem & Forsyth County. Their Soup Kitchen and Samaritan Inn Shelter are open 365 days/nights a year to serve people in need.


The University of Mary Hardin Baylor seeks qualified faculty for its Master of Arts in Counseling Program. This is a year-round (12-month), tenure-track position. UMHB seeks faculty who are active Christians and dedicated teacher-scholars to prepare students for leadership, service, and faith-informed discernment in a global society. This position includes teaching graduate courses in the Professional Counseling Program; advising and mentoring counseling students; providing clinical supervision to practicum andinternship students; and participating in departmental and university committees. This positionwill teach three graduate courses during fall and spring semesters, and two graduate courses during each summer semester. Competitive salary commensurate with experience, excellent benefits including day one medical and dental insurance, retirement plan with match and UMHB tuition benefits for employees and their dependents. TO APPLY: Visit our website: Please include a description of your own Christian beliefs and commitments.


The Grace Program at Timberline Knolls is seeking licensed therapists looking to make a real-life difference. The program serves women and adolescent girls who are seeking faith-based treatment for eating disorders, addiction, trauma and mood disorders. Services include: primary and family therapy with a licensed Christian therapist and Christian-based treatment groups. In addition, our residents can receive private pastoral counseling and attend church weekly.

If you are an LCPC, LCSW, LMFT, Psy.D., or Ph.D., and are looking to make a real-life difference, contact or send your resume to:

Steve Wright, LCPC 

Director of Spiritual Services

stephen.wright@timberlineknolls.com

Tel: 630.740.5279

 


Faculty Position The School of Professional Studies (SPS) at North Park University is seeking a full-time(9-month), tenure-track faculty member in the Masters in Counseling Psychology Program (MACP) at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. SPS is seeking a candidate who will contribute to the continued growth of the program especially as it seeks CACREP accreditation. Ph.D. or Ed.D. required.

Contact Lori Scrementi, Dean of the School of Professional Studies, North Park University 3225 W. Foster Ave. Box 33 Chicago, IL 60625-4895

lscrementi@northpark.edu