*Posting date: October 10, 2017*
The Weddington United Methodist Church is seeking a Christian counselor to join our ministry team at Weddington Christian Counseling Center. This position requires a MA or Ph.D. degree in counseling, psychology or related field as well as an applicable state license. Experience in a clinical or church based setting is preferred. This is a contract position. Weddington is a rapidly growing church in the beautiful south Charlotte area. More information is available at http://www.weddingtonchurch.org. To apply, please email email@example.com
Lynn Wellons Vivian, Ph.D.
*Posting date: September 5, 2017*
Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) is seeking a Director of Counseling, to provide direction to overall operations of the counseling center including supervision of staff, licensed psychiatrist and counselors. The center provides individual, group, family, and couples counseling, as well as outreach and consultation to a diverse academic community of medical students and their families.
RUSM is located on the beautiful Caribbean island of Dominica and will require relocation. Doctorate from an accredited university in related field, licensed to practice is required
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If you or anyone you know have an interest in hearing more about this opportunity please email a copy of your CV to Vanessa Rodriguez at Vanessa.Rodriguez@adtalem.com.
*Posting date: August 23rd, 2017*
Daymark Recovery Services in Watauga County is seeking applicants for two full time child/adolescent therapist positions. Each will involve working in the School-based therapy program 4 days per week, with one day seeing clients in the outpatient office. Candidates should be provisionally or fully licensed by the hire date. Anyone with questions can contact Holly Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 828-264-8759. See the link below:
Holly C. Robinson, MA, NCC, LPCS
Child Mental Health Team Lead
Watauga Outpatient Office
Daymark Recovery Services
*Posting date: August 17th, 2017*
The NC Lawyer Assistance Program assists lawyers, judges and law students with a wide range of mental health issues, the two most prevalent being depression and alcoholism. However, every form of mental health issue is encountered in our practice. We are seeking a dually licensed professional with significant clinical experience who is interested in working with a sophisticated and sometimes clinically complex client base. For a detailed description of the position and required experience, please visit: http://www.nclap.org/job-posting/.