As a Pastoral Counseling Center, we are seeking applicants for clinical positions who have high clinical competence and are no stranger to their own inner life. This may include a sense of seasoning and growth through dealing with difficult life experiences, as well as how one’s own sense of the bigger picture of life may have been a resource in that growth.
A second strength would be the applicant demonstrating an awareness of and ability to think, speak, and write from a culturally sensitive multi-faith perspective, and to work as a part of a diverse team of colleagues.
A third strength would be proven capacity to build a case-load, be effective with clients, and develop new programs.
Strongest credentials include:
- Pastoral / Spiritual identity formation
- Clinical membership in AAPC or AAMFT
- Licensure as an WV-MFT or WV-LICSW
- Designation as a Supervisor
- Ordination or formal theological training
The therapists’ work will be supported by a wide array of other staff, including peer and administrative support. Paid training opportunities are available.
I am studying for my BS in Psychology, through Capella University and this is something that interests me. I want to go into counseling and also, Clinical Psychology. I don’t know if you are just looking for those already with degrees, or license but this is definitely something that interests me!
Hi Trudy! We appreciate your interest! We do require a licensed counselor – it’s the only way we can accept insurance. Keep us in mind in the future! 🙂