Clinical Practice Opportunities
Staff Christian Counseling Center, dba Christian Counseling Centers
of Utah, is seeking other motivated Christian mental health professionals
interested in developing a practice consistent with our vision, mission,
and values, and becoming part of our team. We are actively turning away
clients for want of professional staff.
aim is to play to the interests, strengths, and initiative of our staff
within a broader vision of providing Christian services and as such
to serve as a “floor,” a foundation, support, and guide
for our staff’s unique interests and endeavors rather than a “ceiling,”
a limit as to what they might do. Current center support services include
billing and accounts, weekly multidisciplinary team meetings, continuing
education, consultation, payroll, website, retirement benefit options,
Practice Benefits and Support (practice infrastructure provided
enabling immediate beginning of practice):
payor support in terms of identification of panels “open”
“providers,“ application assistance, client benefits
determination, billing, and billing problems trouble-shooting.
supply of referrals through Center’s reputation, from our
established clinicians, and ongoing advertising (more referrals currently
than current clinicians are able to service).
supplies, phone, voice mail, and fax.
procedures, tools, and ongoing education and monitoring to ensure
conformity to federal privacy and security laws.
in house consultation and staffing of difficult clinical presentations.
and model for new office/satellite office locations.
established community networking and connections with church and
community groups and professional and educational resources.
and training including the practical “nuts and bolts”
for successful outpatient practice.
in developing grants for specific populations/needs.
in house continuing education.
support available for practice development.
supervision (students, interns, externs, residents).
are an evangelical Christian para church organization. We exist to introduce
Christ's restoration to brokenness, be it emotional, psychological,
or relational, through a team of Christian professionals. We recognize
many believers are beset by difficulties that would prevent them from
functioning as members of the Body of Christ with unique contributions
to make. In addition we recognize many seekers and others desire services
that are respectful of and sensitive to spiritual issues. We are aware
that quality mental health services, rooted in biblical principles and
Christian values, are at a premium. We seek to partner with pastors
and church leaders to provide trustworthy resources to meet the needs
of their flock and to advance God’s kingdom. We
recognize we have the infrastructure in place to provide more services
than we are currently providing and we are seeking the assistance of
others to reach our potential. We are waiting on God for persons to
fill many important roles. Could one of them be you?
inquiries regarding this position as well as letters of interest with
vita should be directed to: Rob Pramann, PhD, ABPP, Clinical Director
at CCCU, 525
East 4500 South, Suite 125, Salt Lake City, Utah 84107-2995
or at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (801) 268-1564 x13..
Description: Licensed Clinician
Ministry minded clinician, licensed for independent practice, to provide
clinical services within the scope of their license and training, participating
as part of a multidisciplinary team and providing consultation, supervision,
and training to other professional staff members. Services will be provided
from an Evangelical Christian perspective while welcoming and respecting
clients from other faiths as well as those who have no religious affiliation.
verifiable education for the specific licensure as a Social Worker,
Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist,
and Psychologist, as required in the state of Utah, preferably already
Malpractice insurance in the amount of at least $1 million/$3 million.
Excellent oral and written communication and documentation skills.
and willing to enthusiastically endorse the Center’s Statements
of Faith, Purpose, Vision, Mission, Core Values, Philosophy of Ministry,
Strategy, Guiding Principles, and adhere to and demonstrate behaviors
consistent with the Moral and Behavioral Standards.
courteous, Christ-like attitude for dealing with people within and
outside of center.
Maintain individual license requirements as set forth by the State
malpractice insurance at the required coverage amounts.
services at primary worksite address and one or more satellite locations.
as an organizational team member, coordinating with and maintaining
good relations with fellow professionals, ancillary staff, Board of
Trustee members, volunteers, and with the Administrative Team.
assessment, counseling and psychotherapy, consultation, and psychoeducation
for clients, whether individuals, couples, families, groups, or organizations.
psychological testing if licensed as a Psychologist.
maintain, and document a working services or treatment plan for each
care with other mental health team members, both within and outside
- Participate in
the on-call and inquiry line responsibilities.
all client contacts and other services in the respective clinical
each client visit and any other service provided to a client on a
superbill and process it according to established procedure.
monies received from clients during a client visit on the client’s
and collect client fees and submit them to Billing and Accounts according
to established procedure, and regularly update client fee information.
the confidentiality of client records and protected health information
according to Center Privacy and Security Policies and Procedures.
- Attend and participate
in staff meetings according to their status as full-time or part-time
initiative in marketing themselves and their services at Center in
coordination with the Board, Marketing Project Coordinator, Administrative
Director and other clinical staff.
Center security procedures when entering/exiting a Center-affiliated
by the ethical, moral, legal and behavioral standards of the relevant
professional organization(s) and the Center.
and abide by the Center’s policies and procedures.
clinical education as assigned.
- Other duties as