Las Cruces Outpatient Therapist Wanted

Hey there! Imagine being the superhero of mental health—yup, that’s what being a therapist at Southwest Family Guidance Center is all about! You’ll be diving into the depths of individual, family, or group psychotherapy, leading the charge to help our clients navigate life’s twists and turns.

Think of yourself as a guide through the maze of emotions, offering support and understanding at every twist and turn.

But fear not, you won’t be alone on this adventure! You’ll team up with your supervisor and fellow therapists, forming a tight-knit squad of caring professionals. Together, you’ll brainstorm, collaborate, and uplift each other, making the world a brighter place one session at a time.

Oh, and did we mention the magic of therapeutic sessions? Picture a safe haven where laughter and tears mingle freely, where hearts connect and healing begins. With your compassion and professional expertise, you’ll create moments of transformation and hope.

At times, paperwork may not sound glamorous, but think of it as your way of keeping track of the amazing progress your clients are making. It’s like sprinkling a little bit of organization into the mix of compassion and care.

So, if you’re ready to spread some kindness into the world and be a beacon of light for those in need, buckle up and get ready for a heartwarming adventure like no other!

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Active New Mexico licensure: LMHC, LMFT, LMSW, LISW, LPC, LPCC, LCSW, etc.; desire to learn and grow professionally; ability to work well independently and with a team; cultural competency.

COMPENSATION, BENEFITS AND PERKS: Starting compensation up to $67,200 annually. We offer flexible scheduling to promote work-life balance, along with opportunities for professional development. Our comprehensive benefits package includes medical, dental, and vision coverage, as well as a 401(k) retirement plan with employer contribution. We also provide a Medical Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Paid Time Off (PTO), Sick Leave, and access to an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for confidential counseling and support services.