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    Women’s Counseling of Nashua – Clinical Director

    Hybrid position (Both remote and office-based)

    Women’s Counseling of Nashua is unique, smaller clinical practice where our therapists and medication providers truly value our collaborative atmosphere.  Looking through a feminist lens, our clinicians enjoy the comradery we have with each other.  We offer tons of support, opportunities to adopt a specialty, and a vibe that promotes self-care and work life balance; the same practice we try to teach our clients!  We are a BIPOC, LGBTQ+ welcoming and friendly work environment.  Even though we’re a smaller group, we’re able to provide health, dental and vision insurance, PTO and a generous stipend for professional development.

    Clinical treatment areas include perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, infertility counseling, parenting, career stress, eating disorders, adjustment to medical issues, trauma, school issues, relationship problems, couples / family counseling, general stress management, neurodivergent and LGBTQ+ populations.  We seek team members of high personal and professional integrity who can also appreciate that trait in their support team and colleagues.

    We are searching for a full-time Clinical Director; a role that is expected to grow both in salary and responsibility as our practice grows.  In addition to carrying a moderate caseload of clients initially, the Clinical Director’s other role will be to support the Owners / Founder in fostering a healthy workplace culture, and to support the overall goals and mission of the practice.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Perform clinical counseling services for clients of Women’s Counseling of Nashua, LLC via HIPAA compliant video as well as in-person. Follow practice policies, procedures and own licensure’s code of ethics.
    • Facilitate weekly clinical consultation meetings, provide individual clinical supervision to fully licensed clinicians as needed or requested by clinicians.
    • Ensure appropriate and thorough clinical documentation of treatment is reported by clinicians per insurance requirements and best practice standards.
    • Provide a supportive workplace environment; foster opportunities for connection and collaboration between team members.
    • Manage and support administrative team members. Ensure policies and procedures are followed, support implementation of streamlined and simplified administrative processes.
    • Help foster growth and development of clinician’s personal and professional aspirations.
    • Assist the Owner / Founder with developing and maintaining practice systems and processes.
    • Supervise and support the practice’s Assistant Director, Outreach and On-boarding Coordinator as well as the practice’s Internship Coordinator.
    • Assist the Owner / Founder with revising the policies and procedures of the practice.
    • Provide regular and consistent feedback and encouragement for team members; provide corrective coaching as needed.
    • Assure successful communication between clinicians and management.
    • In time, be able to make active, independent decisions on behalf of Women’s Counseling with regards to staffing and practice growth.

    Minimum Education, Experience and Traits We Seek:

    • Master’s or Doctoral Degree in social work or counseling, with an active, unrestricted license (PhD, PsyD, LICSW) in the states of NH and MA (or willingness to obtain them).
    • Innate interest and experience in working with a variety women’s issues.
    • Prior experience in a private practice setting.
    • Demonstrated progressively responsible leadership experience within health care / mental health care settings.
    • Strong organizational, clinical, and writing skills. Must be very detail oriented.  Ability to make decisions independently.
    • Strong ability to multi-task.
    • Superior interpersonal skills. Flexible personality and sense of humor a must.
    • Innate satisfaction and interest in supervising a team of clinicians. Desire to coach others around leadership development.
    • Emergency services experience preferred.
    • Connection to Women’s Counseling’s mission and values.
    • Core personal values include working with integrity, transparency and authenticity. Naturally allied with BIPOC, LBGTQ+ populations.  Social justice oriented.

    What We Offer:

    • Company owners / management who care personally and professionally about their team members.
    • Two weeks paid vacation; three weeks after one year of employment
    • Salaried position, employee status (W-2) including company contribution to employment insurance and social security
    • Health, Dental and Vision benefits
    • Flexible schedule / work-life balance supported
    • Generous yearly stipend for CEUs
    • A forward-thinking practice that is continually striving to offer a superior work environment

    Please send resume with letter of intent to: 

    Laura Duncan, LICSW, [email protected]
    Women’s Counseling of Nashua, LLC 61 Spit Brook Road, Suite 202 Nashua, NH 03060

    Job Type: Full-time, Monday – Friday (35-40 hours per week)