N.E.W. Mental Health Connection

Connecting stakeholders and resources to improve the mental health of our community

Trauma Therapist, Reach Counseling Services

Reach Counseling Services, a certified outpatient mental health clinic, is seeking a licensed clinician to work with children and adults who have experienced psychological trauma from abuse.

Full-time Position: 40 hours per week. Reports to Counseling Team Leader


  • Licensure as LCSW, LPC, MFT or related field.
  • Minimum 3 years post-Master’s experience providing individual and group therapy
  • Experience using trauma-focused therapies such as: TREM, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, EMDR, TF-CBT is preferred.
  • Solid use of DSM-5, trauma assessments, diagnosis and treatment planning
  • Able to work independently and as part of an established team
  • Excellent writing/communication skills and computer literacy required
  • Valid driver’s license, vehicle and proof of current insurance is required

Clinical Responsibilities:

  • Provide direct abuse and trauma focused outpatient treatment services, including clinical assessments, short and long term therapy and crisis response to children, teens and adults exposed to abuse.
  • Train on trauma specific models of treatment offered annually.
  • Maintain timely treatment plans, progress notes and billing using Procentive and ACORN programs.
  • Participate in monthly staffing, clinical collaboration and 90-day review.

Additional Functions:

  • Spend several days each month on call
  • Participate in organizational functions and events
  • Develop clear understanding of all agency programs
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package, 401K, paid training, life insurance, leave and holiday time, and flexible work hours. Submit cover letter and resume to khlavka@reachcounseling.com

Reach Counseling is an equal opportunity employer and everyone is strongly encouraged to apply. As an organization moving toward a social-justice model of diversity and inclusion, we recognize we hold attitudes and beliefs that can detrimentally influence our perceptions and interactions with individuals who are diverse from ourselves. We are committed to challenging those biases by recognizing the importance of multicultural and non-normative gender sensitivity, responsiveness, knowledge and understanding. We strive to use appropriate skills in all interactions with clients, co-workers, volunteers and community partners and to strive for culturally informed organizational policies and procedures.