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    Leading Light Behavioral Health Inc.

    Telehealth Outpatient Therapist

    Job Summary

    The Telehealth Outpatient therapist will assess needs and strengths, develop treatment plans and provide crisis intervention, diagnostic evaluation, and treatment services utilizing a variety of treatment styles such as individual, couple, family and group psychotherapy. The ideal candidate will be able to establish effective working relationships with clients and utilize solution-based interventions that best address specific problem areas identified in the client’s treatment plan.

    General Accountabilities

    • Develop an individualized treatment plan based on needs identified in assessment and complete treatment plan reviews with the client and parent/caregiver; Implement focused treatment plans that identify measurable goals and time frames for completion
    • Utilize evidence-based interventions to provide individual, group, and family therapy sessions in accordance with the treatment plan
    • Provide family counseling and educational sessions to parents, siblings, community providers, school staff, etc. regarding understanding of the mental health diagnosis, symptom management and interventions
    • Engage in case consultation with community providers as needed: Assess, evaluate, and discuss progress, updates, and interventions in the treatment plan as needed
    • Actively participate in supervision, and attend regularly scheduled group supervision and team meetings as needed
    • Enter all documentation and billing requirements into the electronic medical record within established deadlines
    • Develop a comprehensive discharge plan for client that assures their ongoing treatment needs are met after discharge
    • Carry a caseload of 15-35 clients

    Job Qualifications

    • Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, or related field
    • LICSW, LMHC, LMFT license in MA or license eligible
    • Experience working with children, youth and families providing direct treatment services
    • Previous outpatient experience strongly preferred


    • Excellent verbal and written communication
    • Problem solving
    • Active listening
    • Social perceptiveness
    • Critical thinking
    • Coordination


    • Competitive hourly rates
    • Potential for Full time case loads
    • Weekly supervision
    • Higher compensation for people who are fluent in a second language
    • An in-house medical biller to coordinate benefits/eligibility and submit claims
    • An in-house receptionist who answers calls and schedules intake appointments
    • Individual consultation
    • Monthly group case consultation

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