We are seeking new team members at the Behavioral Wellness Clinic.
The Behavioral Wellness Clinic is seeking a part-time Clinic Assistant, to help with administrative, clinical, and possibly research duties. The primary function of this job is to facilitate the daily operations for the BWC and assist clients and therapists. Specific duties include: explaining treatment programs to new clients, scheduling clients and receiving payments, ensuring clinic records are complete and organized, assisting with research projects, purchasing, writing short articles for the clinic websites, running errands, conducting community outreach, and ensuring the smooth operations of the clinic.
This job requires knowledge of the discipline of psychology as it relates to mental health and basic clerical skills with competency in using the Microsoft Office Suite. Individuals interested in this position should have an adequate understanding of the science and practice of psychology, be competent in cross-cultural interactions, and have the ability to plan and organize many tasks. Individuals should be self-motivated, reliable, a quick learner, and be able to operate with minimal oversight.
The successful candidate must have completed a degree in psychology or a related discipline. Experience should include interactions with diverse adults and children, familiarity with mental health terminology, and strong verbal skills. Experience in a mental health setting is a plus. This is an ideal position for a psychology or counseling graduate student or prospective doctoral student, as publication opportunities are available for motivated individuals. The selected candidate will also be able to acquire a strong letter of recommendation from the clinic director for future endeavors, with a one-year minimum commitment.
The Behavioral Wellness Clinic is looking for a therapist who is interested in treating both children and adults for obsessive compulsive-disorder (OCD), post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, and anxiety disorders. Expertise in these areas is not necessary as training and supervision will be provided, as well as specialized training in the provision of EX/RP for OCD and other manualized treatments. Clinicians must be license eligible in Connecticut. Minimum requirements are a Master's degree and a willingness to learn. We are especailly interested in therapists with expertise in working with people of color and who can speak Spanish.
Full or part-time opportunities are available, but no benefits are offered at this time. We offer competitive hourly rates.