Careers and Internships
Are you looking for a place where you can fulfill your calling as a helper and impact as many people as possible? Consider joining our team!
Times are hard and mental health is more important than ever. Our increased demand for counseling services means that we need more therapists to help meet the needs of those who are struggling in our community.
KPCC offers supportive, safe, and helpful supervision to its therapists. While there is a lot of flexibility and autonomy, KPCC therapists and staff members don’t work in a vacuum. KPCC promotes self-growth, both personally and professionally. It’s a is a place where you can be yourself and feel valued. You can also earn a comfortable income to support your family while making a difference in the lives of others. It’s truly a rewarding place to be.
KPCC is currently looking for a FULL-TIME therapist to add to our growing staff. Fully licensed LPC, LCSW, LICSW required. Please email resume and cover letter to Erin Stroup at email@example.com.
More about KPCC Counseling
We help people have better relationships with themselves and others.
We reach out to all persons by providing professional counseling, education, and consultation, at an affordable cost, in the context of a spiritual understanding of life.
KPCC helps over 2,000 families and individuals per year and provides over 10,000 hours of counseling to persons from all economic and faith backgrounds. KPCC is known for quality service and a highly trained staff that values professional and personal growth.
Community Workshops & Professional Training
KPCC provides workshops and presentations to the community reaching over 1000 participants each year. Topics include Motivational Interviewing, Non-Violent Communication, Enneagram, Anger Management, Trauma-Informed Care, Self-Compassion, Boundary Setting, and more. KPCC provides both community workshops and credentialed education and training to community health care workers, and executive coaching for clergy and corporate professionals.
KPCC has a significant leadership role in providing critical incident support during congregational, organizational, and community crises. KPCC is recognized as a leader in diversity and interfaith initiatives.