• Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (20 hrs/wk plus full benefits!)

    Job Locations US-VA-Warrenton
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    Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor


    Marathon Health is seeking a part-time (20 hrs/wk) Master’s Level, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC) committed to practicing patient centered, outcomes-based therapy and delivering mental health and wellness care for employees and their families in Warrenton, VA. Work will be performed in diverse settings associated with public safety work locations.


    This is a 20 hour per week position with full benefits. Flexibility to work weekends as scheduled. In addition to a competitive salary, this part time position includes full benefits (medical, dental, vision, 401(k), FSA), malpractice insurance, Continuing Education assistance, life and disability, paid time off for vacations, illness and holidays.


    If you are a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor who wants to practice in a setting that emphasizes prevention, wellness, and patient involvement, we want to speak with you!  Join a health care organization where the emphasis is on health outcomes, not patient volume and billing. 


    About Marathon Health


    Marathon Health (www.marathon-health.com) is one of the nation’s leading providers of employer-based health services.   We serve businesses throughout the United States, providing a different kind of healthcare program that focuses on total population health management and health risk reduction.


    Marathon Health promotes a culture of health and wellness in everything we do. It is for this reason we seek to hire individuals who embrace wellness and model healthy behaviors in their own lives. We are proud to be a drug and tobacco free company. We value the richness diversity brings to our workforce and are committed to being an equal opportunity employer and provider (EOE).



    The selected candidate will provide full range mental health, substance abuse, and/or behavioral health and wellness services and is responsible for treatment planning, assessments (including risk), appropriate documentation of clinical progress in our EMR, and the delivery of effective methods of interventions to shape continuing service provisions that meet the needs of public safety personnel. The work is performed independently and requires advanced clinical knowledge and skills as well as independent judgment within established policies, procedures and professional guidelines.


    More specifically, provides case management activities for highly complex multi-problem cases including outreach, assessment, linkage to and coordination with other service providers, client advocacy, and aftercare treatment and crisis intervention for clients, including those at high risk for suicide/homicide. This position will provide a comprehensive array of clinical services to public safety personnel and their families during office hours, and occasionally after hours Provides psychotherapy, Individual, group and family therapy for a variety of behavioral health issues.


    In addition, the selected candidate will design and lead group sessions and educational workshops, and work closely with the clinical team in helping each patient reach their optimal health and assuring a streamlined coordination of care. The successful candidate will demonstrate competence both in working alone and on a team in the business setting and will have a willingness to actively seek consultation and guidance in order to solve problems.


    • 3 or more years’ experience as a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor,  Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), LPC, or Licensed Clinical Psychologist;
    • Experience counselling public safety response personnel is required, including experience in PTSD and/or Trauma;
    • Electronic Medical Record (EMR) experience;
    • Current and unrestricted state licensure;
    • Minimum of an earned Master’s degree from a mental health counseling program accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) that consists of at least 60 semester hours or 80 quarter hours of clinical and didactic instruction, including a course in human sexuality and a course in substance abuse. [Note: CACREP accredited programs that are not mental health counseling programs do not meet this requirement, i.e., community counseling, school counseling, counselor education.] OR Minimum of an earned Master’s degrees in social work from CSWE-approved MSW programs, pass the Clinical ASWB Examination, (complete any additional exams and coursework required by the state’s board of social work examiners) and at least two to three years of supervised clinical social work.
    • Comprehensive knowledge of the philosophy, objectives, practices and techniques of clinical assessment and treatment, crisis intervention and case management;
    • Comprehensive knowledge of clinical management and program development for public safety clients; comprehensive knowledge of intake techniques;
    • Comprehensive knowledge of the theory and practice of family and group therapy and comprehensive knowledge of the psychological and behavioral effects of substance abuse on the individual and corresponding effects on his/her social environment including family, workplace, and community at large;
    • Comprehensive knowledge of appropriate substance abuse specific treatment strategies for each stage of recovery including intervention, psycho-educational programming, residential rehabilitation, family, group, and individual therapy, as well as treatment for special populations; thorough knowledge of classroom teaching, clinical and community services; general knowledge of the principles and practices of supervisory techniques;
    • Skill in motivating, developing and directing people as they work;
    • Some knowledge of teaching techniques, curriculum as related to primary prevention;
    • Ability to assist clients success in self-help community programs;
    • Ability to make effective and appropriate referrals for detoxification and residential rehabilitation; ability to conduct clinical interviews involving complex problem and treatment issues;
    • Ability to determine proper techniques and methods intervention in varying clinical situations; ability to maintain effective working relationships with clients, their families, co-workers and other professionals in the community;
    • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
    • Ability to make objective clinical judgments.


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