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AP-Child/Adult Psychotherapist-Monroe Clinic-Monroe, WI
Psychotherapy | WI-Monroe Clinic Hospital | Monroe, WI | Req #: R43910
Monroe Clinic has a full-time psychotherapist position available as part of our experienced and cohesive behavioral health team in Monroe, WI. Our behavioral health team consists of 4 Psychiatrists, 2 Nurse Practitioners, 3 Psychologists and over 11 Psychotherapists all of whom are focused on providing quality mental health support to a diverse patient panel across the entire age spectrum in an outpatient setting.  This position is based in Monroe, WI that offers a split between onsite clinic/school support and remote telehealth visits. Strong collaborating relationship between primary care and behavioral health departments. The right individual has experience facilitating individual therapy in an outpatient clinic and/or school setting with children and adults. Experience with multiple modalities consistent with evidence-based practice including CBT and mindfulness.
  • 32 patient minimum contact hours
  • M-F workweek with a limited rotation of telephone only call coverage
  • Based in Monroe with onsite school support
  • Flexible schedule split between in clinic and Telehealth remote visits
  • Salaried position
  • Individual therapy, group options available if interested
  • Child and Adult patient panel
  • $10,000.00 sign on bonus
Requirements:
  • Master’s degree in mental health field
  • 3 years post graduate experience (3,000 hours) preferred
  • WI and IL license (or ability to obtain prior to start)
  • LCSW or LPC licensure
  • Experience using CBT and mindfulness therapy
Benefits:
At Monroe Clinic, we offer a comprehensive benefit package exclusively designed for healthcare providers including annual CME dollars, guaranteed salary, dedicated CME time, multi-funded retirement account are just a few of our generous offerings.

Monroe Clinic Overview
Monroe Clinic became a member of SSM Health in 2018. Monroe Clinic is known as a leader in community healthcare with a strong mission focus, advanced technologies, and state-of-of-the-art LEED certified facility. Monroe Clinic is consistently recognized for clinical excellence in regards to high quality evidenced based care leading to their 5 start CMS rating, Guardian of Excellence Award, and eight consecutive “A” grades from leapfrog on patient safety.

Qualifications
FUTURE - Certified Advanced Practice Social Worker (CAPSW) within 1 month - Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services, FUTURE - Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) within 30 months - State of Work Location, FUTURE - Licensed Marital and Family Therapist (LMFT) within 30 months - State of Work Location, FUTURE - Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) within 30 months - State of Work Location, FUTURE - Professional Counselor Training License (LPC-IT) within 1 month - Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services, FUTURE - Social Worker Training Certificate (SWTC) within 1 month - Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services

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