New Journeys Individual Resiliency Training Clinician

The New Journeys Program Individual Resiliency Training (IRT) clinician is a recovery-oriented, experienced Master's level clinician who provides evidence based therapeutic services in a managed care environment to transitional age youth or adults and their families. They assist clients in identifying and developing recovery goals, learn about psychosis and skills for managing it, develop coping skills for stressful situations and persistent symptoms, and address challenges related to achieving their recovery goals. 

Compensation: $21.67- $29.90 per hour depending on experience and qualifications. 

BHR offers an exceptional benefits package with 100% paid medical and dental insurance for the employee, contribution to a retirement plan, paid holidays, a generous paid time off policy, education funds, reimbursement of credentialing expenditures, and a student loan repayment program. BHR is also an eligible employer for the Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness program. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master's degree in Psychology, Social Work or closely related field.
  • Experience in providing mental health services to severely emotionally disturbed children, adolescents and families preferred.
  • Knowledge and experience with developmental and treatment strategies towards current DSM covered diagnosis preferred.
  • Knowledge and experience with community support model preferred.
  • Strong organizational skills to include use of EHR software or equivalent for scheduling, time management and all clinical documentation.
  • Must have valid Washington State driver's license and car insurance.
  • Proof of Covid-19 vaccination required prior to start date in accordance with Governor Inslee's requirement for private health care workers.


BHR has over 175 employees serving Thurston, Mason and Grays Harbor counties in Western Washington. The agency's mission is to support and strengthen individuals, families, and the community by promoting mental health and substance use disorder recovery. Mental health and addiction recovery are integral to overall community health. Our vision is a community, healed, through treatment, education, and advocacy. We are committed to equity and inclusion in our services, in our workplace, and in our community.