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Richmond Behavioral Health - Clinician – Access & Emergency Services

Job Description: Position based primarily in Culpeper, VA with frequent travel to Warrenton and Orange. Full-time position to provide direct clinical service to clients involving intake, treatment planning, crisis intervention, prevention services, case management, and psychotherapy. Knowledge, aptitudes, and experience in the following areas are required: principles and practices of providing care to the emotionally disturbed, socially dysfunctional, behaviorally disordered, mentally ill, and/or substance abusive clients and their families; theories and techniques of counseling and crisis intervention; intake techniques and procedures; and, the ability to evaluate and screen clients. A Master’s degree in a human services license-eligible field is required. Clinical or related experience is preferred. Possession of Virginia Board of Health Professionals license preferred. Possession of an appropriate driver's license valid in the Commonwealth of Virginia with an acceptable driving record is required. Unlicensed - $35,197.50/annually; Licensed - $38,824.50/annually.

Salary: $35,197.50- $38,824.50/annually

How to Apply: Please visit to apply. RRCSB/AAA is an Equal Opportunity Organization. Minorities and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Closes: Open Until Filled

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