Arubah Emotional Health Services is looking for qualified professionals to fill the following roles below. To apply for any of these positions, please send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com
Arubah is always seeking qualified licensed (LP, LICSW, LMFT, LPCC) clinicians to provide individual, marital/couples and family therapy services. Clinicians must be currently credentialed or qualified to be credentialed with insurance providers. Clinicians should have prior outpatient mental health experience, must be proficient in diagnosing, treatment planning and general ability to provide highest standard of care.
At Arubah we provide clinicians an opportunity to have their own individual practice without the hassle of running their own business. We also have positions available for Professionals interested in partnering along with us at one of our co-located sites.
Arubah is looking for highly qualified Clinical Trainees that have their Masters or other graduate degree in a behavioral health field, and are in the process of earning their 4,000 hours of experience as a clinician. Practitioners will have the opportunity to gain experience under the supervision of a Mental Health Professional.
Mental Health Practitioners may meet clients in-home, in one of our offices, or at one of partnership sites. Practitioners will have opportunity to do individual, couples, and family therapy, as well as potential to facilitate counseling groups.
Arubah is looking for qualified individuals to join us as ARMHS Practitioners. ARMHS stands for Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services. The ARMHS Practitioner meets with clients with mental illness either in-home or in the community to assist the client with various needs. This can include helping the client build resources, teaching the client independent living skills, or supporting the therapeutic interventions put in place by a Mental Health Professional.
This is an excellent opportunity to gain in-depth experience in the mental health field with a diverse group of clients while also maintaining a flexible schedule.
Arubah is looking for qualified individuals to join us as CTSS Practitioners. CTSS stands for Children's Therapeutic Support Services. The CTSS Practitioner meets with children ages 4-17 with emotional or behavioral difficulties either in-home or in school to assist with various needs. This can include helping the client build resources, teaching the client behavioral/emotional regulation skills, or supporting the therapeutic interventions put in place by a Mental Health Professional.
This is an excellent opportunity to gain in-depth experience working with children in the mental health field. Also allowing for a flexible schedule.
1. Holds a bachelor's degree in a behavioral science or a related field, from an accredited college or university and meets either a or b:
a. Has at least 2,000 hours of supervised experience in the delivery of mental health services to recipients with mental illness
b. Is fluent in a non-English language of a cultural group to which at least 50% of the practitioner's recipients belong, completes 40 hours of training in the delivery of services to recipients with mental illness, and receives clinical supervision from a mental health professional at least once a week until the requirements of 2,000 hours of supervised experience are met.
2. Has at least 6,000 hours of supervised experience in the delivery of mental health services to recipients with mental illness. Hours worked as a mental health behavioral aide I or II under Children's Therapeutic Services and Supports (CTSS) may be included in the 6,000 hours of experience for child recipients.
3. Is a graduate student in one of the mental health professional disciplines and an accredited college or university formally assigns the student to an agency or facility for clinical training.
4. Holds a masters or other graduate degree in one of the mental health professional disciplines from an accredited college or university.
5. Is a tribally certified mental health practitioner who is serving a federally recognized Indian tribe.