Licensed Mental Health Therapist
Why Charlie Health?
Adolescents and young adults across the country need our help. The sad reality is that a mental health crisis has taken ahold of our most vulnerable population—leading to record levels of depression, anxiety, addiction, and self-harm. From Manhattan to Montana, this reality is compounded by issues of access, both geographic and financial. The mental health landscape is systemically broken, and our children are suffering as a result.
Charlie Health has set out on a mission to reimagine how high acuity care is delivered to teens and young adults—particularly those in rural populations. We're building the world's first infinitely scalable, virtual-first mental health practice. Our initial offering is a virtual intensive outpatient program (vIOP), which connects like-minded virtual groups with therapists that specialize in their specific mental health needs.
Our goal is to help children and families heal together. Through a combination of exceptional medical and psychological care, engaged community partnerships, and best-in-class technology, we provide an unparalleled approach to recovery support that serves individual needs in an integrated way. Join us in our mission to ensure that every teen and young adult—regardless of location or socioeconomic status—can get the care that they deserve.
About the Role
Charlie Health is hiring a few exceptional Montana Licensed Mental Health Therapists to provide remote, telehealth services to our Montana-based clients. We're eager to work with forward-thinking mental health and substance use professionals to enhance our programming and provide the best possible care to our clients.
This is a contract / 1099 position that allows you the flexibility to schedule sessions and work wherever you are most comfortable. We request that our clinicians are able to dedicate at minimum 8 hours per week to facilitate group sessions and take on individual or family sessions.
People know Charlie Health for our warm and empathetic clinical team. While each individual clinician has their own interests, expertise, and style, we require all team members to be well versed in a variety of therapeutic modalities. Our clients are struggling to cope with underlying mental health issues and benefit from therapists that are sophisticated and relational. Successful candidates are committed to bettering the mental health of their clients, and are adept at self-care, ensuring they are prepared to give their best every day to address the rural mental health crisis.
- Well versed in a variety of modalities and feel confident integrating them into your treatment approach (DBT, CBT, EMDR, MI certification is a plus)
- Confident in working with teens and young adults
- Passionate about the benefits of group therapy and skilled in conducting group therapy
- Ability to work effectively in a team
- Creative and engaging, especially over video!
- Must be available in the evenings to meet the schedules of our clients
- Must be a licensed mental health or addictions counselor in the State of Montana (all disciplines are welcome to apply)
- Experience with youth and young adults preferred
- Availability between 8 and 40 hours per week
- 1099 Position, Part Time with opportunity to grow into full time position
- Familiarity with and willingness to use cloud-based communication software—Gmail, Slack, Zoom, Dropbox–in addition to EMR and survey software on a daily basis
- Flexibility: Our virtual program allows clinicians the ability to work from home or wherever they are most comfortable.
- Support: All of our clinicians receive support from a full time Admissions and Assessment team so that our talented clinicians can focus on what matters most–providing exceptional care to our clients.
- Consistency: We are busy and we will make sure to keep your calendar as full as you want it to be. Groups are scheduled at the same time weekly as are individual sessions, so you know what your schedule will be ahead of time.
- Ability to Develop Strong Relationships with Incredible Clients: We may be biased, but we think our clients are incredible. With a maximum of 8 clients in a group, we allow you the opportunity to build strong relationships with clients and do in depth work to create sustainable healing.
- Collaboration: All Charlie Health clinicians participate in case discussions, which allow you to leverage the expertise of others to develop new skills and think outside the box.
- Free CEUs: Charlie Health provides all clinical staff with access to free, online CEUs to meet licensing requirements and explore topics of interest
Our Admissions Team Handles the Details, so you don't have to
- The Charlie Health Admissions team handles all of the scheduling to align with your availability, so you don't have to waste time trying to find times with a client.
- All communication outside of sessions with clients and their parents is handled by the Admissions Support Team.
- The Admissions team handles all billing and insurance questions.
- We have full time outreach and marketing team members, to ensure that your schedule is as full as you'd like it to be
So—what do you think?
If you've made it this far, well, we're excited to meet you too. Just one more thing that we want you to remember: we pride ourselves on our meritocratic, performance-driven culture. There are lives on the line, and we have teens to save. There's no room for complacency. Your scope of responsibility and opportunity to make a difference will be uncapped at Charlie Health, but we need your commitment that you will work tirelessly for our patients, parents, and partners. At the end of day, our team is committed to helping you succeed at Charlie Health because when you succeed, our patients succeed, and we get one step closer to solving the mental health crisis. We're hopeful that this role will give you the experience to go and do whatever you want in life but the fulfillment to make you never want to leave our team. We look forward to solving the mental health crisis, together.
Please do not call our public clinical admissions line in regards to this or any other job posting.
At Charlie Health, we value being an Equal Opportunity Employer. We strive to cultivate an environment where individuals can be their authentic selves. Being an Equal Opportunity Employer means every member of our team feels as though they are supported and belong. We value diverse perspectives to help us provide essential mental health and substance use disorder treatments to all teens and young adults.
Charlie Health applicants are assessed solely on their qualifications for the role, without regard to disability or need for accommodation.