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Behavioral Health Therapist, Statewide, ND

Organization: North Dakota Health and Human Services
Category: Behavioral Health Professional
Location: Statewide, ND
Date Job Posted: June 25, 2024
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Be part of the solution to the behavioral health crisis. As a team member for ND Department of Health & Human Services, you will ensure the most vulnerable have access to a high-quality healthcare system in which prevention works, treatment is effective, and people recover.

Be part of an interdisciplinary team that provides individuals opportunity for recovery management so they can live and work independently in their home and community.

In a typical week, you will complete assessments and service plans. You will be involved in the organizing, directing, and guiding of care provided by other team members, as well as ongoing monitoring and update of service recommendations. You will provide skills training, as well as individual, family, and group therapy. You will provide crisis intervention and risk assessments in the office, in the community. Also, you will provide education and consult to families, community, interns, and residents.

You will thrive in this position if you are committed to a rehabilitative and person-centered philosophy and comfortable providing services in homes and communities. Because services are provided in homes and communities, travel is a norm.

To be considered for this position, you must have one of the required degrees/licensures:

  • A master’s degree in counseling, or any other master’s degree approved by the North Dakota Board of Counseling Examiners, and ND licensure as a LPCC (Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor); LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor); or LAPC (Licensed Associate Professional Counselor).
  • A master’s degree in Social Work and ND licensure by the ND Board of Social Work Examiners as a LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker); LMSW (Licensed Master Social Worker); or LBSW (Licensed Baccalaureate Social Worker). If licensed as a LBSW, you will also be required to have two years of professional human services work experience as a social worker, human relations counselor, developmental disabilities case manager, mental illness case manager, vocational rehabilitation counselor, activity therapist, addiction counselor, registered nurse, employment counselor, or a similar professional level position in the public or private sector.
  • A master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy by the ND Board of Marriage and Family Therapy and licensure as a LMFT (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist).
  • OR a Doctorate in Psychology and licensure as a Psychologist by the ND Board of Psychologist Examiners.

Visit the careers website at and be ready to upload a current resume, cover letter, references, and any additional information you feel is related to your application such as transcripts or license as well as answer a few questions regarding your experience.

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