Licensed Mental Health Professionals
Community Alliance, a pioneer in community mental health care in Nebraska for almost four decades is seeking Licensed Mental Health Professionals interested in serving clients in different capacities. Ideal candidates will have passion for working with vulnerable populations and comfort in collaborating with other professionals to empower clients to achieve self-defined goals.
Licensed Team Member: Ideal position for a newly, provisionally licensed individual (PLMHP). Would be working in a clinical role, helping serve as a clinical lead, working hand in hand with a licensed supervisor, but not working as the client’s therapist. Work schedule: Monday-Friday, day hours. Onsite licensure supervision provided.
Licensed Supervisor: Ideal position for a licensed mental health practitioner (LIMHP, LMHP, LADC), provisional licensure (PLMHP) is acceptable if actively working and making sustained progress toward achieving full licensure. Supervisory experience preferred. Would be working in a clinical role, helping serve as a clinical lead, but not working as the client’s therapist. Would provide supervision to a team. Work schedule: Monday-Friday, day hours. On site licensure supervision provided.
Therapist: Ideal candidate would be a licensed independent mental health practitioner (LIMHP). Will provide assessment, individual and group counseling to individuals served at Community Alliance. Work as a member of a multi-disciplinary care team to develop, and help clients progress through, integrated treatment plans that comprehensively address biopsychosocial needs. Work schedule: Monday-Friday, day hours.
- Master’s degree in social work or counseling
- Currently licensed in good standing as a Mental Health Practitioner in the State of Nebraska (LMHP; PLMHP; LIMHP; LADC)
- Experience in working with individuals with substance use disorders preferred
- Knowledge of signs and symptoms of mental disorders
- Knowledge, training, and/or experience in effectively working with individuals with serious mental illness, co-occurring substance use disorders, and co-morbid physical conditions
- Demonstrated clinical decision-making skills appropriate for client’s care and safety
- Demonstrated ability in utilizing motivational interviewing and principles of recovery to deliver results-oriented, person-centered care
- Affinity for working collaboratively as a member of a multi-disciplinary team
- Excellent written/verbal communication and critical thinking skills
- Ability to connect, communicate, and effectively work with people from diverse cultural, ethnic, socio-economic, educational, and professional backgrounds