Join Our Team
We are available and responsive to our clients and engaged with their needs. We support our clients in learning about and engaging in mental health and wellness on whatever level they need.
As a clinician with White Pine Family Counseling, you will be responsible for providing evidence based and culturally competent therapy for individuals, couples, and families. Your role will involve helping clients navigate difficult life transitions, improve communication and relationship skills, and address emotional and mental health challenges.
- Supportive of YOUR desired areas of specializing.
- Flexible pay and flexible hours.
- Wellness focused Support with licensing fees and continuing education costs.
- Ability to work and be licensed in multiple states.
- Weekly supervision and/or consultation groups.
- Supervision/Mentorship from an experienced and focused clinician with unique insight and experience.
- Support in learning the how to build a private practice if you wanted to branch off and start your own.
- Facilitate evidence-based and culturally competent therapy for individuals, couples, families, and groups.
- Be familiar with and practice by ethical standards.
- Assess clients’ needs and provide evidence based diagnosis.
- Assess for safety and manage safety/risk factors.
- Maintain up-to-date, timely, and concise documentation for client interaction.
- Conceptualize and write a treatment plan grounded in evidence based practice.
- Provide both in-person and telehealth services.
- Work independently in maintaining own work schedule and client load.
- Attend weekly supervision and clinical meetings.
- Maintain own license including continuing education requirements.
- Master’s degree with a clinical mental health focus (Marriage and Family Therapy, Counseling, Social Work, Psychology) from an accredited university.
- Current license to practice as a clinician Idaho (LPC, LCSW, LMFT, LCPC, etc.)
- Associates welcome!
- Will consider those who do not have a current license in Idaho but are eligible.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
- Experience working with diverse populations and marginalized communities is preferred.