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Mental Health Therapist - Counseling - Eugene, OR

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Company Name:Looking Glass Community Services
Location:Eugene, OR
Employment Type:Full Time
Category:Social Services
Pay:$60000 - $72000 per year
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As the Bilingual Mental Health Therapist, you are responsible for the provision of culturally informed, effective, quality mental health treatment to Counseling Program clients. Must be able to provide treatment services to clients in Spanish. You will work in an office in Eugene or Springfield working with clients in English and Spanish. (Remote work flexibility with telehealth services available.)

Retention bonus opportunities within the first year of employment!

For more information about the Bilingual Mental Health Therapist position, download the full job description and apply on our website:

Compassion is our cornerstone. The Counseling Program would like to hire and support you to be the best mental health therapist you can be. We pride ourselves on cultivating a culture of learning, training, open-door collaboration, flexibility, and creativity. We care about vicarious/work-related trauma and will help you navigate it. Do you have a passion for running a group and implementing your own curriculum? We welcome your ideas! Can you envision being integrated into a school one day a week? We'll provide the school, you bring your energy! Or working with littles on our Early Childhood Team? Would you like to learn EMDR? Whatever you love about helping others, we provide excellent supervision and guidance to help you find your niche. We value autonomy as well as healthy team culture, and we believe diversity creates a healthier workplace.

Follow this link to learn more about our Counseling Program:

Qualified staff must be able to provide services in Spanish, be certifiable as a Qualified Mental Health Professional, have a licensure plan approved by an appropriate licensing board, or be an active LCSW, LMFT, or LPC within the first month of employment. You should have at least one year of experience working in direct treatment with children with mental health issues, and their families. We're an equal opportunity employer. We encourage you to apply even if you don't think you meet all of the stated qualifications.

Looking Glass is committed to recruiting employees who reflect the diversity of our community and the youth and families we serve. We value providing the highest level of quality services to our clients and we are committed to the pursuit of cultural awareness. We believe in the abilities of individuals and systems that respond respectfully and effectively to people of all cultures, classes, races, ethnic backgrounds, religions, sexual orientations, genders, and abilities in a manner that recognizes, affirms, and values the worth of individuals, families, and their communities and protects and preserves the dignity of each.

Follow these links to learn more about Looking Glass and see why our staff love the work they do!

In accordance with the Oregon Health Authority rule, all healthcare providers and staff working in the Counseling Program must be fully vaccinated or have an approved exemption/accommodation before beginning work.