Career Opportunities

We invite you to explore the career options at Fernbrook. In addition to the current position openings appearing below, we offer clinical experiences for students interested in the mental health field. We work with many schools to meet internship or practicum requirements.

For more information on these positions or our internship program, please feel free to contact our HR department, by email or by calling (507) 446-0431.

If you are interested in applying for any of these positions, please click the Apply Now button at the bottom of this page to complete an application online.

Openings in Southern Minnesota Education Consortium

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Openings in Steele County (Owatonna)

Training Specialist

Fernbrook is seeking a full-time a Training Specialist to oversee ongoing staff orientation, training of various clinical positions, develop and maintain staff training programs and clinical resources, implementation of training curriculum, and professional development as it relates to day to day functioning and implementation of Fernbrook’s mental health programs.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a human service, business, human resources, or related field
  • 1-2 years of experience in behavioral health in a managerial role
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to multi-task and communicate with various departments within Fernbrook

 

This opportunity includes:

  • Keeping up with current trends and changes in mental health via clinical trainings
  • Support internal staff with professional development with training opportunities within Fernbrook
  • Leadership career advancement
  • Opportunity to expand Fernbrook’s training department

 

Responsibilities

  • Coordinate training start dates and all aspects of training curriculum
  • Communicate and reflect Fernbrook’s mission internally and externally
  • Develop training material such as training handbooks and multimedia visuals as applicable
  • Evaluate effectiveness of training programs
  • Develop training curriculum based on clinical staff knowledge, needs, and areas of improvement as needed
  • Incorporate technology in training to maximize resource availability
  • Collaborate with Trainers, County Directors, and HR relating to training of incoming staff
  • Leading the training of our Electronic Medical Record (E.g. Procentive)
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Clinical Supervisor

Fernbrook is currently looking to add a full-time Clinical Supervisor to provide both clinical and/or licensure supervision to clinical trainees pursuing licensure track in LPCC and/or LICSW. This position will provide support, encouragement, and education to staff while addressing an array of psychological, interpersonal and other pertinent issues of client case load.

The Clinical Supervisor will create their own schedule depending on supervisee meetings and location. This position will work in three of Fernbrook’s locations throughout a work week (Waseca, Owatonna, and Rochester). As a Clinical Supervisor you will have the opportunity to provide training and continuing education to incoming clinical trainees. This position will be able to have a small therapy case load.

Requirements:

  • Must be licensed in LICSW or LPCC in the state of Minnesota.
  • Must be certified to provide licensure supervision by own licensing board.
  • Must have strong interpersonal skills
  • Must have reliable transportation and vehicle insurance
  • Must pass criminal background check

This opportunity includes:

  • Expand leadership and teaching skills
  • Sign on bonus of $7,500
  • Full benefits
  • Work with passionate mental health professionals
  • Career advancement opportunities

Responsibilities:

  • Accept full professional liability for a supervisee’s direction of a client’s mental health services
  • Instruct a supervisee in the supervisee’s work and oversee the quality and outcome of the supervisee’s work with clients
  • Complete timely review, approval, and signature the diagnostic assessment, individual treatment plans, CASII/ECSII’s, and treatment plan reviews of the clients treated by the supervisee
  • Ensure review and approval of progress notes of client’s treatment by the supervisee according to the supervisee’s supervision plan
  • Develop a clinical supervision plan for each supervisee and keep updated annually
  • Ensure that each supervisee receives the guidance and support needed to provide treatment services in areas where the supervisee practices
  • Establish an evaluation process that identifies the performance and competence of each staff
  • Ensure documentation of clinical supervision of each supervisee and securely maintain the documentation record
  • Actively collaborate with supervisees Directors to coordinate allocation of diagnostic assessments and psychotherapy cases consistent with development of clinical skills of CT
  • Provide psychotherapy and/or skills services to limited case load of children, adults, and families. This includes to:
  • Conduct diagnostic assessments to determine eligibility for services
  • Complete all documentation according to content and quality standards
  • Collaborate and consult with outside providers
  • Actively seek out supervisory and peer consultation and direction as needed
  • Complete mandatory trainings for skill maintenance or enhancement
  • Regularly attend and actively engage in staff meetings. * Complete continuing education requirements by licensing board
  • Comply with agency policies and procedures

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

 

Mental Health Practitioner

Fernbrook is seeking full-time or part-time Mental Health Practitioner to provide behavioral/skill-based interventions to young children, adolescents, or adults by providing skill-building activities (anger management, problem solving, interpersonal skills, etc.) in various settings such as in-home/community within Steele County.

As a Mental Health Practitioner you will learn about how various mental health diagnosis looks like in different age populations, present in individuals, and expand your knowledge in interventions.

Requirements:

  • Must have either one of the following to qualify:
  • Master’s degree in behavioral science field OR
  • Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral service field and 2000 hours working with children under 21 years of age with a mental health diagnosis OR
  • 6,000 supervised hours working with children under 21 years of age with a mental health diagnosis
  • Have reliable transportation/valid driver’s license/vehicle insurance
  • Must be available to work some evenings per week
  • Must pass criminal background check
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Keeping up with current trends and changes in mental health via clinical trainings
  • Reviewing challenging cases with peers and supervisors
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development
  • Fernbrook offers a generous annual conference allotment for specialized training of clinical interest and professional development

Responsibilities:

  • Teach and provide in-home and community based skills training
  • Enable clients to improve basic functioning of daily and community living activities
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Create individual treatment plans for children or adults
  • Create contact notes for individual appointments
  • Create effective working relationships with Fernbrook staff, care givers, and community partners

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Early Childhood Mental Health Clinical Coordinator

Fernbrook strongly believes that caregivers play a vital role in children’s development in order to create and sustain healthy attachments. We value strengthening the relationship between the caregiver and child to promote healthier social and emotional behavior function. We are devoted and passionate about providing protection versus adversaries that occur in a child’s life.

Fernbrook is currently looking for a Full-time Early Childhood Mental Health Clinical Coordinator to manage our growing Early Childhood Mental Health (ECMH) service program in Steele County. In this role you will provide support to clinical staff and collaborate with ECMH Administrative Coordinator. We are looking for someone who is passionate about working with children between the ages of birth through five and their caregivers. Preference will be given to individuals licensed as LPCC, LICSW, LMFT, or LP, and/or with experience working with young children.

Requirements:

  • Must be licensed in one of the following license types: LICSW, LPCC, LMFT, or LP
  • Have an understanding of the importance of early childhood, related early childhood issues, and the central importance of community caregivers in the development of young children
  • Excellent communication, advocacy and collaboration skills preferred
  • Must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, valid automobile insurance, and acceptable driving record
  • Must pass criminal background check based on agency and Department of Human Services requirements

Responsibilities:

  • Manage wait list for all ECMH referrals (call intakes within seven days)
  • Provide support to Little Fern Day Treatment Center as needed
  • Complete Diagnostic assessments in a timely manner( this person would probably be completing most of the assessments as ECMH Administrative Coordinator ’s role limits availability to complete multiple assessments at once)
  • Provide Weekly Supervision to any Clinical Trainee’s and Mental Health Practitioner’s
  • Review all paperwork completed by any Clinical Trainee’s or interns
  • Review & Sign all paperwork related to ECMH clinical staff
  • Provide staff support twice a week in staff meetings
  • Review and sign off on ECSII’s and enter in any CBCL’s completed by staff
  • Provide staff support to ECMH Administrative Coordinator
  • Work closely with ECMH Administrative Coordinator to inform them of completed assessments for them to assign cases to staff
  • Continue to build and maintain relationships with the community (i.e. attending IEP meetings, completing observations for school per request, support child care staff in working with our staff and the clients we serve)
  • Complete any required paperwork for therapy cases (DA, ECSII, CBCL, treatment plans)
  • Attend any ECMH meetings including quarterly birth to 5 meetings and team lead meetings
  • Other duties as assigned

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Day Treatment Early Childhood Mental Health Therapist

Fernbrook strongly believes that caregivers play a vital role in children’s development in order to create and sustain healthy attachments. We value strengthening the relationship between the caregiver and child to promote healthier social and emotional behavior function. We are devoted and passionate about providing protection versus adversaries that occur in a child’s life.

Fernbrook is currently looking for a full-time Day Treatment Early Childhood Mental Health Therapist who is fully licensed in LPCC, LMFT, or LICSW. In this role you will provide individual and group therapy, conduct diagnostic assessments to children ranging from birth to five years old. Settings include: Little Fern; day treatment center (See below for more information), outpatient, day care centers, and in-home/community settings.

Little Fern:

Our day treatment program is Little Fern and is offered to eligible children. Little Fern is an intensive day time treatment from Monday-Thursday for a three (3) hour period that is designed for children that have experienced significant trauma, show persistent and severe behaviors in different settings, and or have caregivers who have severe and persistent mental health illness. Frequency of all services will be determined by the severity of the child’s mental health challenges. Some children may receive psychotherapy services weekly or monthly and others may receive a combination of services several times weekly. Services are offered in the environments in which the family/child experiences the most challenges (e.g. clinic, home, daycare, preschool, etc.).

We are looking for someone who is passionate about working with children between the ages of birth through five and their caregivers.

*Early childhood specialized training is available on-site

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in one of the behavioral sciences (psychology, social work, counseling, and/or related field)
  • Must be licensed in one of the following license types: LICSW, LPCC, LMFT, or LP
  • Have an understanding of the importance of early childhood, related early childhood issues, and the central importance of community caregivers in the development of young children
  • Excellent communication, advocacy and collaboration skills preferred
  • Must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, valid automobile insurance, and acceptable driving record
  • Must pass criminal background check based on agency and Department of Human Services requirements

This opportunity includes:

  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development.
  • Fernbrook offers a $300 annual conference for professional development
  • Receive $2000 sign on bonus (full-time) *Only applies for this position

Responsibilities:

  • Provide therapy services to children and their families in center base, day-care, school, and in home/community settings
  • Complete any required paperwork for therapy cases (DA, ECSII, CBCL, treatment plans)
  • Provide support to Little Fern Day Treatment Center
  • Attend weekly/monthly meetings
  • Promote teamwork and effective communication within Fernbrook
  • Attend any ECMH meetings including quarterly birth to 5 meetings and team lead meetings
  • Continue to build and maintain relationships with the community (i.e. attending IEP meetings, completing observations for school per request, support child care staff in working with our staff and the clients we serve)
  • Maintain progress towards licensure and follow requirements of supervision as applicable
  • Other duties as assigned

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Early Childhood Mental Health Practitioner

Fernbrook strongly believes that caregivers play a vital role in children’s development in order to create and sustain healthy attachments. We value strengthening the relationship between the caregiver and child to promote healthier social and emotional behavior function. We are devoted and passionate about providing protection versus adversaries that occur in a child’s life.

Fernbrook is seeking a full-time Early Childhood Mental Health Practitioner to provide behavioral/skill-based interventions to young children age’s birth to five and their caregivers by providing skill-building activities (anger management, problem solving, interpersonal skills, etc.) in various settings such as Little Fern Day Treatment Center (see below for details), office, day care, and in-home/community settings.

As a Mental Health Practitioner you will learn about how various mental health diagnosis looks like in different age populations, present in individuals, and expand your knowledge in interventions. We are looking for someone who is passionate about working with children between the ages of birth through five and their caregivers.

*Specialized early childhood training available on-site

Little Fern: Monday-Thursday from 8:00 am-11:00 am

Requirements:

Must have either one of the following to qualify:

  • Master’s degree in behavioral science field OR
  • Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral service field
  • Have reliable transportation/valid driver’s license/vehicle insurance
  • Must be available to work some evenings per week
  • Must pass criminal background check
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Keeping up with current trends and changes in mental health via clinical trainings
  • Reviewing challenging cases with peers and supervisors
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development
  • Fernbrook offers $300 conference allowance for professional development

Responsibilities

  • Teach and provide in-home and community based skills training
  • Enable clients to improve basic functioning of daily and community living activities
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Create individual treatment plans for children or adults
  • Create contact notes for individual appointments
  • Create effective working relationships with Fernbrook staff, care givers, and community partners

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Qualified Mental Health Professional

Fernbrook is seeking a Full-time and Part-time Qualified Mental Health Professional who is licensed as a LMFT, LPCC, or LICSW. We are looking for someone who wants to bring their clinical area of expertise and is looking for continual growth in their career. At Fernbrook you have the flexibility to work either in outpatient, school, or in-home/community setting.

 

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in one of the behavioral sciences (psychology, social work, counseling and/or related field)
  • Licensure completed in LMFT, LPCC, or LICSW
  • Valid driver’s license and auto insurance
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Flexible schedule
  • Developing a program around area of clinical interest
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development.
  • Fernbrook offers a generous annual conference allotment for specialized training of clinical interest and professional development
  • Receive a sign on bonus of $2000 (full-time)

 

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct diagnostic assessments
  • Provide Individual Therapy as assigned
  • Create and guide treatment plan
  • Ability to provide individual and group therapy within a school setting, with ample opportunities for regular face to face collaboration with teachers, care givers, and Fernbrook staff
  • Assist clients with all aspects of psychiatric rehabilitation
  • Create effective working relationships with colleagues and community partners.
  • Work in collaborations with culturally diverse populations (eg. children and their families).

 

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Clinical Trainee

Fernbrook is seeking a Full-time or Part-time Clinical Trainee who is on licensure track in LMFT, LPCC, or LICSW. We are looking for someone who wants to bring their clinical area of expertise and is looking for continual growth in their career. At Fernbrook you have the flexibility to work either in outpatient, school, or in-home/community setting.

 

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in one of the behavioral sciences (psychology, social work, counseling and/or related field)
  • Licensure track in LMFT, LPCC, or LICSW
  • Valid driver’s license and auto insurance
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Flexible schedule
  • Developing a program around area of clinical interest
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development.
  • Fernbrook offers a generous annual conference allotment for specialized training of clinical interest and professional development
  • Receive a sign on bonus of $2000 (full-time)

 

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct diagnostic assessments
  • Provide Individual therapy as assigned
  • Create and guide treatment plan
  • Ability to provide individual and group therapy within various settings like in-home/community, office, school, and other pertinent settings
  • Assist clients with all aspects of psychiatric rehabilitation
  • Create effective working relationships with colleagues and community partners.
  • Work in collaborations with culturally diverse populations (eg. children and their families).

 

 

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Openings in Rice County (Faribault)

Qualified Mental Health Professional

Fernbrook is seeking a full-time and part-time Qualified Mental Health Professional who is licensed as a LMFT, LPCC, or LICSW. At Fernbrook you have the flexibility to work either in outpatient, school, or in-home/community setting.

We are looking for someone who wants to bring their clinical area of expertise and is looking for continual growth in their career.

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in one of the behavioral sciences (psychology, social work, counseling and/or related field)
  • Licensure completed in LMFT, LPCC, or LICSW
  • Valid driver’s license and auto insurance
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Flexible schedule
  • Developing a program around area of clinical interest
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development.
  • Fernbrook offers a generous annual conference allotment for specialized training of clinical interest and professional development

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct diagnostic assessments
  • Provide Individual Therapy as assigned
  • Create and guide treatment plan
  • Ability to provide individual and group therapy within a school setting, with ample opportunities for regular face to face collaboration with teachers, care givers, and Fernbrook staff
  • Assist clients with all aspects of psychiatric rehabilitation
  • Create effective working relationships with colleagues and community partners.
  • Work in collaborations with culturally diverse populations (eg. children and their families).

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Mental Health Behavioral Aide/Rehab Worker

Fernbrook is seeking a full-time or part-time Mental Health Behavioral Aide/Rehab Worker’s to practice various behavioral/skill-based interventions with young children, adolescents, and adults by showing skills in different ways that are taught by a mental health practitioner.

The Mental Health Behavioral Aide/Rehab Worker is a paraprofessional that works with the child and or adult to practice the skills that may have been missed or delayed as a result of mental illness. Skill-building activities include anger management, problem solving, interpersonal skills, etc. in various settings such as in-home/community within Rice County.

In this role you will learn about how various mental health diagnosis looks like in different age populations, present in individuals, and expand your knowledge in interventions.

Requirements:

  • Must be at least 21 years old
  • Must possess either an Associate’s degree in a behavioral science or related field; 3 years of experience as a primary caretaker for an adult with a major mental illness; or 4,000 hours of supervised experience providing services to adults with major mental illnesses
  • Have reliable transportation/valid driver’s license/vehicle insurance
  • Must be available to work some evenings per week
  • Must pass criminal background check
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

 

This opportunity includes:

  • Keeping up with current trends and changes in mental health via clinical trainings
  • Reviewing challenging cases with all county mental health behavioral aides (once per month)
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development

Responsibilities

  • Reinforce individual and family skills sessions
  • Communicate with children, families, and or caregivers
  • Enter progress notes into an Electronic Medical Record
  • Receive direction from practitioner level clinicians
  • Assist caregivers with behavioral support
  • Participate in weekly clinical meetings/clinical supervisors

 

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Early Childhood Mental Health Therapist

 

Fernbrook strongly believes that caregivers play a vital role in children’s development in order to create and sustain healthy attachments. We value strengthening the relationship between the caregiver and child to promote healthier social and emotional behavior function. We are devoted and passionate about providing protection versus adversaries that occur in a child’s life.

Fernbrook is currently looking for a full-time or part-time Early Childhood Mental Health Therapist or Clinical Trainee on licensure track for LPCC, LMFT, or LICSW. Caseload will contain varying ages with majority being ages 0-5. We are looking for someone who is passionate about working with children between the ages of birth through five and their caregivers.

*Early childhood specialized training is available on-site

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in one of the behavioral sciences (psychology, social work, counseling, and/or related field)
  • Must be licensed OR on licensure track in one of the following license types: LICSW, LPCC, LMFT, or LP
  • Have an understanding of the importance of early childhood, related early childhood issues, and the central importance of community caregivers in the development of young children
  • Excellent communication, advocacy and collaboration skills preferred
  • Must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, valid automobile insurance, and acceptable driving record
  • Must pass criminal background check based on agency and Department of Human Services requirements

This opportunity includes:

  • Flexible schedule
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development.
  • Fernbrook offers a $300 annual conference for professional development
  • Receive $2000 sign on bonus (full-time) or $1000 (part-time) *Only applies to this position

Responsibilities:

  • Provide therapy services to children and their families in center base, day-care, school, and in home/community settings
  • Complete any required paperwork for therapy cases (DA, ECSII, CBCL, treatment plans)
  • Provide support to Little Fern Day Treatment Center
  • Attend and engage in individual supervision and staff meetings
  • Promote teamwork and effective communication within Fernbrook
  • Attend any ECMH meetings including quarterly birth to 5 meetings and team lead meetings
  • Continue to build and maintain relationships with the community (i.e. attending IEP meetings, completing observations for school per request, support child care staff in working with our staff and the clients we serve)
  • Maintain progress towards licensure and follow requirements of supervision as applicable
  • Other duties as assigned

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Clinical Trainee

Fernbrook is seeking a Full-time or Part-time Clinical Trainee who is on licensure track in LMFT, LPCC, or LICSW. We are looking for someone who wants to bring their clinical area of expertise and is looking for continual growth in their career. At Fernbrook you have the flexibility to work either in outpatient, school, or in-home/community setting.

 

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in one of the behavioral sciences (psychology, social work, counseling and/or related field)
  • Must be on licensure track in LMFT, LPCC, or LICSW
  • Valid driver’s license and auto insurance
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Flexible schedule
  • Developing a program around area of clinical interest
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development.
  • Fernbrook offers a generous annual conference allotment for specialized training of clinical interest and professional development

 

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct diagnostic assessments
  • Provide Individual therapy as assigned
  • Create and guide treatment plan
  • Ability to provide individual and group therapy within various settings like in-home/community, office, school, and other pertinent settings
  • Assist clients with all aspects of psychiatric rehabilitation
  • Create effective working relationships with colleagues and community partners.
  • Work in collaborations with culturally diverse populations (eg. children and their families).

 

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Mental Health Practitioner

Fernbrook is seeking full-time or part-time Mental Health Practitioner to provide behavioral/skill-based interventions to young children, adolescents, or adults by providing skill-building activities (anger management, problem solving, interpersonal skills, etc.) in various settings such as in-home/community within Rice County.

As a Mental Health Practitioner you will learn about how various mental health diagnosis looks like in different age populations, present in individuals, and expand your knowledge in interventions.

Requirements:

  • Must have either one of the following to qualify:
  • Master’s degree in behavioral science field OR
  • Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral service field and 2000 hours working with children under 21 years of age with a mental health diagnosis OR
  • 6,000 supervised hours working with children under 21 years of age with a mental health diagnosis
  • Have reliable transportation/valid driver’s license/vehicle insurance
  • Must be available to work some evenings per week
  • Must pass criminal background check
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Keeping up with current trends and changes in mental health via clinical trainings
  • Reviewing challenging cases with peers and supervisors
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development
  • Fernbrook offers a generous annual conference allotment for specialized training of clinical interest and professional development
  • Receive a sign on bonus of $2000 (full-time) or $1000 (part-time) *Only applies to this position

Responsibilities:

  • Teach and provide in-home and community based skills training
  • Enable clients to improve basic functioning of daily and community living activities
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Create individual treatment plans for children or adults
  • Create contact notes for individual appointments
  • Create effective working relationships with Fernbrook staff, care givers, and community partners

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Openings in Waseca County (Waseca)

Mental Health Practitioner (part-time)

Fernbrook is seeking a part-time Mental Health Practitioner to provide behavioral/skill-based interventions to young children, adolescents, or adults by providing skill-building activities (anger management, problem solving, interpersonal skills, etc.) in various settings such as in-home/community within Waseca and Blue Earth counties.

As a Mental Health Practitioner you will learn about how various mental health diagnosis looks like in different age populations, present in individuals, and expand your knowledge in interventions.

Requirements:

  • Must have either one of the following to qualify:
  • Master’s degree in behavioral science field OR
  • Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral service field and 2000 hours working with children under 21 years of age with a mental health diagnosis OR
  • 6,000 supervised hours working with children under 21 years of age with a mental health diagnosis
  • Have reliable transportation/valid driver’s license/vehicle insurance
  • Must be available to work some evenings per week
  • Must pass criminal background check
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Keeping up with current trends and changes in mental health via clinical trainings
  • Reviewing challenging cases with peers and supervisors
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development
  • Fernbrook offers a generous annual conference allotment for specialized training of clinical interest and professional development

Responsibilities

  • Teach and provide in-home and community based skills training
  • Enable clients to improve basic functioning of daily and community living activities
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Create individual treatment plans for children or adults
  • Create contact notes for individual appointments
  • Create effective working relationships with Fernbrook staff, care givers, and community partners

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Mental Health Behavioral Aide (part-time)

Fernbrook is seeking a part-time Mental Health Behavioral Aide’s to practice various behavioral/skill-based interventions with young children, adolescents, or adults by showing skills in different ways that are taught by a mental health practitioner.

The Mental Health Behavioral Aide is a paraprofessional that works with the child to practice the skills that may have been missed or delayed as a result of mental illness. Skill-building activities include anger management, problem solving, interpersonal skills, etc. in various settings such as in-home/community within Waseca and Blue Earth County.

In this role you will learn about how various mental health diagnosis looks like in different age populations, present in individuals, and expand your knowledge in interventions.

Requirements:

  • Must be at least 18 years old and hold a high school diploma
  • Have reliable transportation/valid driver’s license/vehicle insurance
  • Must be available to work some evenings per week
  • Must pass criminal background check
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

 

This opportunity includes:

  • Keeping up with current trends and changes in mental health via clinical trainings
  • Reviewing challenging cases with all county mental health behavioral aides (once per month)
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development

Responsibilities

  • Reinforce individual and family skills sessions
  • Communicate with children, families, and or caregivers
  • Enter progress notes into an Electronic Medical Record
  • Receive direction from practitioner level clinicians
  • Assist caregivers with behavioral support
  • Participate in weekly clinical meetings/clinical supervisors

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

School Link Mental Health Therapist- New Richland/Ellendale School District

Fernbrook Family Center has been awarded a 5 year grant from the MN Department of Human Services to provide mental health services in schools throughout Southeastern Minnesota. This grant aims to reduce barriers which allows any school age child to receive mental health services within the school setting.

Fernbrook is seeking a full-time School Link Mental Health Therapist to provide therapeutic and behavioral/skill-based interventions to youth/adolescents within the NRHEG school district (New Richland Junior & Senior High/Ellendale Elementary Schools). This position also involves a combination of individual/group/family therapy, skill-building activities (anger management, problem solving, interpersonal skills, etc.), relationship building (connecting with community providers, coordinating with care-givers, Fernbrook staff, and school personal, etc.) This is a year round position. County and individual meetings will be held in the Waseca Fernbrook office.

About you:

  • Master’s degree in one of the behavioral science field (psychology, social work, counseling, and/or related field)
  • Licensure completed OR on licensure track as LMFT, LPCC, or LICSW
  • Valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Ability to provide individual and group therapy within a school setting, with ample opportunities for regular face to face collaboration with teachers, care givers, and Fernbrook staff
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development.
  • Fernbrook offers a generous annual conference allotment for specialized training of clinical interest and professional development

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct diagnostic assessments.
  • Create and guide treatment plan.
  • Collaborate with school systems, care givers, outside agencies, and school staff.
  • Create effective working relationships with colleagues and community partners.
  • Work in collaborations with culturally diverse populations (students and their families) in host schools to increase awareness and identification of mental health issue.
  • Maintain progress towards licensure and follow requirements of supervision as applicable.

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Openings in Dodge County (Kasson)

Mental Health Behavioral Aide

Fernbrook is seeking a part-time Mental Health Behavioral Aide to practice various behavioral/skill-based interventions with young children, adolescents, or adults by showing skills in different ways that are taught by a mental health practitioner.

The Mental Health Behavioral Aide is a paraprofessional that works with the child to practice the skills that may have been missed or delayed as a result of mental illness. Skill-building activities include anger management, problem solving, interpersonal skills, etc. in various settings such as in-home/community within Dodge County.

In this role you will learn about how various mental health diagnosis looks like in different age populations, present in individuals, and expand your knowledge in interventions.

Requirements:

  • Must be at least 18 years old and hold a high school diploma
  • Have reliable transportation/valid driver’s license/vehicle insurance
  • Must be available to work some evenings per week
  • Must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, valid automobile insurance, and acceptable driving record
  • Must pass criminal background check based on agency and Department of Human Services requirements

This opportunity includes:

  • Keeping up with current trends and changes in mental health via clinical trainings
  • Reviewing challenging cases with all county mental health behavioral aides (once per month)
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development

Responsibilities

  • Reinforce individual and family skills sessions
  • Communicate with children, families, and or caregivers
  • Enter progress notes into an Electronic Medical Record
  • Receive direction from practitioner level clinicians
  • Assist caregivers with behavioral support
  • Participate in weekly clinical meetings/clinical supervisors

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Early Childhood Mental Health Therapist

Fernbrook strongly believes that caregivers play a vital role in children’s development in order to create and sustain healthy attachments. We value strengthening the relationship between the caregiver and child to promote healthier social and emotional behavior function. We are devoted and passionate about providing protection versus adversaries that occur in a child’s life.

Fernbrook is currently looking for a full-time or part-time Early Childhood Mental Health Therapist or Clinical Trainee on licensure track for LPCC, LMFT, or LICSW. Caseload will contain varying ages with majority being ages 0-5. We are looking for someone who is passionate about working with children between the ages of birth through five and their caregivers.

*Early childhood specialized training is available on-site

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in one of the behavioral sciences (psychology, social work, counseling, and/or related field)
  • Must be licensed OR on licensure track in one of the following license types: LICSW, LPCC, LMFT, or LP
  • Have an understanding of the importance of early childhood, related early childhood issues, and the central importance of community caregivers in the development of young children
  • Excellent communication, advocacy and collaboration skills preferred
  • Must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, valid automobile insurance, and acceptable driving record
  • Must pass criminal background check based on agency and Department of Human Services requirements

This opportunity includes:

  • Flexible schedule
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development.
  • Fernbrook offers a $300 annual conference for professional development
  • Receive $2000 sign on bonus (full-time) or $1000 (part-time) *Only applies to this position

Responsibilities:

  • Provide therapy services to children and their families in center base, day-care, school, and in home/community settings
  • Complete any required paperwork for therapy cases (DA, ECSII, CBCL, treatment plans)
  • Provide support to Little Fern Day Treatment Center
  • Attend and engage in individual supervision and staff meetings
  • Promote teamwork and effective communication within Fernbrook
  • Attend any ECMH meetings including quarterly birth to 5 meetings and team lead meetings
  • Continue to build and maintain relationships with the community (i.e. attending IEP meetings, completing observations for school per request, support child care staff in working with our staff and the clients we serve)
  • Maintain progress towards licensure and follow requirements of supervision as applicable
  • Other duties as assigned

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Mental Health Practitioner

Fernbrook is seeking a full-time Mental Health Practitioner to provide behavioral/skill-based interventions to young children, adolescents, or adults by providing skill-building activities (anger management, problem solving, interpersonal skills, etc.) in various settings such as in-home/community within Dodge county.

As a Mental Health Practitioner you will learn about how various mental health diagnosis looks like in different age populations, present in individuals, and expand your knowledge in interventions.

Requirements:

  • Must have either one of the following to qualify:
  • Master’s degree in behavioral science field OR
  • Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral service field and 2000 hours working with children under 21 years of age with a mental health diagnosis OR
  • 6,000 supervised hours working with children under 21 years of age with a mental health diagnosis
  • Have reliable transportation/valid driver’s license/vehicle insurance
  • Must be available to work some evenings per week
  • Must pass criminal background check
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Keeping up with current trends and changes in mental health via clinical trainings
  • Reviewing challenging cases with peers and supervisors
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development
  • Fernbrook offers a generous annual conference allotment for specialized training of clinical interest and professional development
  • Receive sign on bonus $2000 (full-time) or $1000 (part-time) *Only applies to this position

Responsibilities

  • Teach and provide in-home and community based skills training
  • Enable clients to improve basic functioning of daily and community living activities
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Create individual treatment plans for children or adults
  • Create contact notes for individual appointments
  • Create effective working relationships with Fernbrook staff, care givers, and community partners

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Openings in Olmsted County (Rochester)

Mental Health Behavioral Aide/Rehab Worker

Fernbrook is seeking a full-time Mental Health Behavioral Aide/Rehab Worker to practice various behavioral/skill-based interventions with young children, adolescents, and adults by showing skills in different ways that are taught by a mental health practitioner.

The Mental Health Behavioral Aide/Rehab Worker is a paraprofessional that works with a child and or adult to practice the skills that may have been missed or delayed as a result of mental illness. Skill-building activities include anger management, problem solving, interpersonal skills, etc. in various settings such as in-home/community within Olmsted county and in independent living apartment complex called Kepler and Aspire in Olmsted County.

Program Details: Kepler Board & Lodge and Aspire Homes

Aspire Homes provide both Rate 1 and Rate 2 Group Residential Housing to individuals who have been diagnosed with a mental health or chemical dependency diagnosis or have experienced periods of homelessness. Aspire Homes aims at providing a supportive environment that allows individuals to have assistance when needed but also independence when desired. Aspire clients are also provided with opportunities to meet physical, social, and emotional goals through various mental health services and supports provided on site.

In this role you will learn about how various mental health diagnosis looks like in different age populations, present in individuals, and expand your knowledge in interventions.

Requirements:

  • Must be at least 21 years old and hold an associate’s degree OR equivalent credit load
  • Must be available to work afternoon’s and evenings Monday-Friday
  • Must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, valid automobile insurance, and acceptable driving record
  • Must pass criminal background check based on agency and Department of Human Services requirements

This opportunity includes:

  • Keeping up with current trends and changes in mental health via clinical trainings
  • Reviewing challenging cases with all county mental health behavioral aides (once per month)
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development
  • Receive a sign on bonus of $750 (full-time)

Responsibilities

  • Reinforce individual and family skills sessions
  • Check-in with clients weekly or as needed during food delivery to apartment
  • Provide various support services to assist clients in meeting recovery goals
  • Enter progress notes into an Electronic Medical Record
  • Receive direction from practitioner level clinicians
  • Assist caregivers with behavioral support
  • Participate in weekly clinical meetings/clinical supervisors

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Early Childhood Mental Health Practitioner

Fernbrook strongly believes that caregivers play a vital role in children’s development in order to create and sustain healthy attachments. We value strengthening the relationship between the caregiver and child to promote healthier social and emotional behavior function. We are devoted and passionate about providing protection versus adversaries that occur in a child’s life.

Fernbrook is seeking a full-time Early Childhood Mental Health Practitioner to provide behavioral/skill-based interventions to young children age’s birth to five and their caregivers by providing skill-building activities (anger management, problem solving, interpersonal skills, etc.) in various settings such as office, day care, school, and in-home/community settings.

As a Mental Health Practitioner in the Early Childhood Mental Health (ECMH) service program you will learn about how various mental health diagnosis looks like in different age populations, present in individuals, and expand your knowledge in interventions. We are looking for someone who is passionate about working with children between the ages of birth through five and their caregivers.

*Specialized early childhood training available on-site

Requirements

  • Must have either one of the following to qualify:
  • Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral service field and 2000 hours working with children under 21 years of age with a mental health diagnosis OR
  • Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral service field and 2000 hours working with children under 21 years of age with a mental health diagnosis OR
  • 6,000 supervised hours working with children under 21 years of age with a mental health diagnosis * Must be available to work some evenings per week
  • Excellent communication, advocacy and collaboration skills preferred
  • New Staff Meeting every Monday from 9-10am in Owatonna for first six months of employment
  • Must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, valid automobile insurance, and acceptable driving record
  • Must pass criminal background check based on agency and Department of Human Services requirements

This opportunity includes:

  • Keeping up with current trends and changes in mental health via clinical trainings
  • Reviewing challenging cases with peers and supervisors
  • High quality supervision is provided for clinical guidance
  • Many internal opportunities for growth and professional development
  • Fernbrook offers $300 conference allowance for continuing education

Responsibilities

  • Teach and provide in day treatment center, day care, and in-home and community based skills training
  • Enable clients to improve basic functioning of daily and community living activities
  • Manage own work schedule with support of supervisors; schedule sessions with client caseload
  • Create & complete individual treatment plans for children in timely manner
  • Create progress notes 24 hours after client appointments
  • Attend & actively engage in individual supervision and all staff county meetings
  • Drive to pick up clients for session involving community activities
  • Create effective working relationships with Fernbrook staff, care givers, and community partners
  • Other duties as assigned

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Early Childhood Mental Health Therapist

Fernbrook strongly believes that caregivers play a vital role in children’s development in order to create and sustain healthy attachments. We value strengthening the relationship between the caregiver and child to promote healthier social and emotional behavior function. We are devoted and passionate about providing protection versus adversaries that occur in a child’s life.

Fernbrook is currently looking for a full-time or part-time Early Childhood Mental Health Therapist or Clinical Trainee on licensure track for LPCC, LMFT, or LICSW. Caseload will contain varying ages with majority being ages 0-5. We are looking for someone who is passionate about working with children between the ages of birth through five and their caregivers.

*Early childhood specialized training is available on-site

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in one of the behavioral sciences (psychology, social work, counseling, and/or related field)
  • Must be licensed OR on licensure track in one of the following license types: LICSW, LPCC, LMFT, or LP
  • Have an understanding of the importance of early childhood, related early childhood issues, and the central importance of community caregivers in the development of young children
  • Excellent communication, advocacy and collaboration skills preferred
  • Must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, valid automobile insurance, and acceptable driving record
  • Must pass criminal background check based on agency and Department of Human Services requirements

This opportunity includes:

  • Flexible schedule
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development.
  • Fernbrook offers a $300 annual conference for professional development
  • Receive $2000 sign on bonus (full-time) or $1000 (part-time) *Only applies to this position

Responsibilities:

  • Provide therapy services to children and their families in center base, day-care, school, and in home/community settings
  • Complete any required paperwork for therapy cases (DA, ECSII, CBCL, treatment plans)
  • Provide support to Little Fern Day Treatment Center
  • Attend and engage in individual supervision and staff meetings
  • Promote teamwork and effective communication within Fernbrook
  • Attend any ECMH meetings including quarterly birth to 5 meetings and team lead meetings
  • Continue to build and maintain relationships with the community (i.e. attending IEP meetings, completing observations for school per request, support child care staff in working with our staff and the clients we serve)
  • Maintain progress towards licensure and follow requirements of supervision as applicable
  • Other duties as assigned

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Mental Health Practitioner

Fernbrook is seeking a full-time Mental Health Practitioner to provide behavioral/skill-based interventions to young children, adolescents, or adults by providing skill-building activities (anger management, problem solving, interpersonal skills, etc.) in various settings such as in-home/community within Olmsted county.

As a Mental Health Practitioner you will learn about how various mental health diagnosis looks like in different age populations, present in individuals, and expand your knowledge in interventions.

Requirements:

  • Must have either one of the following to qualify:
  • Master’s degree in behavioral science field OR
  • Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral service field and 2000 hours working with children under 21 years of age with a mental health diagnosis OR
  • 6,000 supervised hours working with children under 21 years of age with a mental health diagnosis
  • Have reliable transportation/valid driver’s license/vehicle insurance
  • Must be available to work some evenings per week
  • Must pass criminal background check
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Keeping up with current trends and changes in mental health via clinical trainings
  • Reviewing challenging cases with peers and supervisors
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development
  • Fernbrook offers a generous annual conference allotment for specialized training of clinical interest and professional development

Responsibilities

  • Teach and provide in-home and community based skills training
  • Enable clients to improve basic functioning of daily and community living activities
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Create individual treatment plans for children or adults
  • Create contact notes for individual appointments
  • Create effective working relationships with Fernbrook staff, care givers, and community partners

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Mental Health Behavioral Aide (part-time)

Fernbrook is seeking a part-time Mental Health Behavioral Aide’s to practice various behavioral/skill-based interventions with young children, adolescents, or adults by showing skills in different ways that are taught by a mental health practitioner. Skill-building activities include anger management, problem solving, interpersonal skills, etc. in various settings such as in-home/community within Olmsted County.

As a Mental Health Behavioral Aide you will learn about how various mental health diagnosis looks like in different age populations, present in individuals, and expand your knowledge in interventions.

Requirements:

  • Must be at least 18 years old and hold a high school diploma
  • Have reliable transportation/valid driver’s license/vehicle insurance
  • Must be available to work some evenings per week
  • Must pass criminal background check
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Keeping up with current trends and changes in mental health via clinical trainings
  • Reviewing challenging cases with all county mental health behavioral aides (once per month)
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development

Responsibilities

  • Reinforce individual and family skills sessions
  • Communicate with children, families, and or caregivers
  • Enter progress notes into an Electronic Medical Record
  • Receive direction from practitioner level clinicians
  • Assist caregivers with behavioral support
  • Participate in weekly clinical meetings/clinical supervisors

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

School Link Mental Health Therapist- Harriet Bishop Elementary School

Fernbrook Family Center has been awarded a 5 year grant from the MN Department of Human Services to provide mental health services in schools throughout Southeastern Minnesota. This grant aims to reduce barriers which allows any school age child to receive mental health services within the school setting.

Fernbrook is seeking a full-time School Link Mental Health Therapist to provide therapeutic and behavioral/skill-based interventions to youth/adolescents in Harriet Bishop Elementary School within Rochester Public School. Their mission is to inspire, challenge, and empower all students with the knowledge and skills required to reach their full potential, to contribute to future generations, and to become involved members of a global community.

This position also involves a combination of individual/group/family therapy, skill-building activities (anger management, problem solving, interpersonal skills, etc.), relationship building (connecting with community providers, coordinating with care-givers, Fernbrook staff, and school personal, etc.) This is a year round position.

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in one of the behavioral science field (psychology, social work, counseling, and/or related field)
  • Licensure completed OR on licensure track as LMFT, LPCC, or LICSW
  • Valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Ability to provide individual and group therapy within a school setting, with ample opportunities for regular face to face collaboration with teachers, care givers, and Fernbrook staff
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development.
  • Fernbrook offers a $300 conference allowance for specialized training of clinical interest and professional development
  • Receive a sign on bonus of $2000 (full-time)

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct diagnostic assessments
  • Create and guide treatment plan
  • Collaborate with school systems, care givers, outside agencies, and school staff
  • Create effective working relationships with colleagues and community partners
  • Work in collaborations with culturally diverse populations (students and their families) in host schools to increase awareness and identification of mental health issue
  • Maintain progress towards licensure and follow requirements of supervision as applicable

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Qualified Mental Health Professional

Fernbrook is seeking a Full-time and Part-time Qualified Mental Health Professional who is licensed as a LMFT, LPCC, or LICSW. We are looking for someone who wants to bring their clinical area of expertise and is looking for continual growth in their career. At Fernbrook you have the flexibility to work either in outpatient, school, or in-home/community setting.

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in one of the behavioral sciences (psychology, social work, counseling and/or related field)
  • Licensure completed in LMFT, LPCC, or LICSW
  • Valid driver’s license and auto insurance
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Flexible schedule
  • Developing a program around area of clinical interest
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development.
  • Fernbrook offers a generous annual conference allotment for specialized training of clinical interest and professional development
  • Receive a sign on bonus of $2000 (full-time)

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct diagnostic assessments
  • Provide Individual Therapy as assigned
  • Create and guide treatment plan
  • Ability to provide individual and group therapy within a school setting, with ample opportunities for regular face to face collaboration with teachers, care givers, and Fernbrook staff
  • Assist clients with all aspects of psychiatric rehabilitation
  • Create effective working relationships with colleagues and community partners.
  • Work in collaborations with culturally diverse populations (eg. children and their families).

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Clinical Trainee

Fernbrook is seeking a Full-time or Part-time Clinical Trainee who is on licensure track in LMFT, LPCC, or LICSW. We are looking for someone who wants to bring their clinical area of expertise and is looking for continual growth in their career. At Fernbrook you have the flexibility to work either in outpatient, school, or in-home/community setting.

 

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in one of the behavioral sciences (psychology, social work, counseling and/or related field)
  • Licensure track in LMFT, LPCC, or LICSW
  • Valid driver’s license and auto insurance
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Flexible schedule
  • Developing a program around area of clinical interest
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development.
  • Fernbrook offers a generous annual conference allotment for specialized training of clinical interest and professional development
  • Receive a sign on bonus of $2000 (full-time)

 

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct diagnostic assessments
  • Provide Individual therapy as assigned
  • Create and guide treatment plan
  • Ability to provide individual and group therapy within various settings like in-home/community, office, school, and other pertinent settings
  • Assist clients with all aspects of psychiatric rehabilitation
  • Create effective working relationships with colleagues and community partners.
  • Work in collaborations with culturally diverse populations (eg. children and their families).

 

 

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Openings in Goodhue County (Red Wing)

Clinical Program Director

Our Goodhue team is currently looking to add a full-time Clinical Program Director. This position oversees service programs of county and directly supervises, mentors, and coaches staff in collaboration with Administrative Director.

This role will be responsible in ensuring the further development, consistent implementation, and effective management of clinical & administrative policies, procedures, and best practices for the benefit of the clients while ensuring the development and maintenance of a positive work culture environment.

 

Requirements:

  • Must be licensed OR on licensure track toward LICSW, LPCC, LMFT, or LP
  • Experience in providing mental health services to children, adults, and/or families
  • Experience in providing clinical supervision and/or leadership preferred
  • Excellent communication, advocacy and collaboration skills preferred
  • A “hands-on” leadership style with the ability to model and reinforce a strong collaborative style
  • Must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, valid automobile insurance, and acceptable driving record
  • Must pass criminal background check based on agency and Department of Human Services requirements

 

This opportunity includes:

  • Expand leadership and teaching skills
  • Work with a close-knit team culture
  • Competitive compensation package
  • Fernbrook offers a $300 annual conference for professional development

 

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Provides clinical leadership to staff, accountable for high quality clinical care, achievement of clinical outcomes, sets the tone for a collaborative, client-centered clinical standards
  • Oversee clinical service programming and documentation
  • Oversees the development and maintenance of a positive work environment designed to attract and retain a stable, progressive, caring, and diverse workforce needed to ensure the delivery of high-quality, evidence based services
  • Provide clinical supervision and direction based on individual client and family needs. Provide guidance, manage clinical service delivery, and proactively support staff clinical development
  • In partnership with the Administrative Director, assign and monitor caseloads, manage the waiting list, and provide information to clients and families about staff assignments and service delivery timelines
  • In partnership with the Administrative Director, review and approve clinical documentation in accordance with compliance standards
  • Identify and support development of innovative, evidence-based programming to keep Fernbrook at the forefront of mental health providers and meet community needs
  • In partnership with the Administrative Director, develops and manages the county budget, ensuring the delivery of clinical services and activities within the budget
  • In partnership with the Administrative Director, ensure services are consistent with organizational philosophy and professional standards
  • Identify development opportunities with staff and ensures continuous professional growth is occurring
  • In partnership with the Administrative Director, complete and/or approve performance evaluations for staff
  • Manage and facilitate clinical meetings
  • Serve as a member of the Fernbrook leadership team, implementing organizational strategies and maintaining the culture
  • Communicate and reflect Fernbrook Family Center’s mission internally and externally
  • Comply with agency policies and procedures, implements the organization’s policies and procedures with staff members, and ensures regulatory and contract requirements are met

 

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Mental Health Practitioner

Fernbrook is seeking a full-time or part-time Mental Health Practitioner to provide behavioral/skill-based interventions to young children, adolescents, or adults by providing skill-building activities (anger management, problem solving, interpersonal skills, etc.) in various settings such as in-home/community within Goodhue county.

As a Mental Health Practitioner you will learn about how various mental health diagnosis looks like in different age populations, present in individuals, and expand your knowledge in interventions.

Requirements:

  • Must have either one of the following to qualify:
  • Master’s degree in behavioral science field OR
  • Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral service field and 2000 hours working with children under 21 years of age with a mental health diagnosis OR
  • 6,000 supervised hours working with children under 21 years of age with a mental health diagnosis
  • Have reliable transportation/valid driver’s license/vehicle insurance
  • Must be available to work some evenings per week
  • Must pass criminal background check
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Keeping up with current trends and changes in mental health via clinical trainings
  • Reviewing challenging cases with peers and supervisors
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development
  • Fernbrook offers a generous annual conference allotment for specialized training of clinical interest and professional development
  • Receive sign on bonus $2000 (full-time) or $1000 (part-time) *Only applies for this position

Responsibilities

  • Teach and provide in-home and community based skills training
  • Enable clients to improve basic functioning of daily and community living activities
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Create individual treatment plans for children or adults
  • Create contact notes for individual appointments
  • Create effective working relationships with Fernbrook staff, care givers, and community partners

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Case Manager

Fernbrook is seeking to add a Children’s Mental Health – Targeted Case Manager to our Goodhue location. This position will responsible for ensuring continuity of care through advocating, planning, linking, coordinating, and monitoring of services and resources to help improve the quality of life for clients served.

The Children’s Mental Health – Targeted Case Management program is designed to help a child with severe emotional disturbance and their family obtain needed medical, mental health, social, educational, vocational, financial, and other necessary services as they relate to the client’s mental health needs.

Requirements:

  • Must have either one of the following to qualify:
  • Master’s degree OR Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral service field
  • Individual must be skilled in identifying and assessing a wide range of client needs
  • Be knowledgeable about local community resources and how to use those resources for the benefit of the client
  • Valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance
  • Must pass criminal background check

Responsibilities:

  • Complete a written functional assessment and develop the child’s individual family community support plan based on the child’s diagnostic assessment and functional assessment within 30 days after the first meeting with the child who is eligible for case management services
  • Review and update the child’s individual family community support plan according to the child’s needs at least every 180 days after the development of the first plan and at the same time review the child’s functional assessment as specified in part
  • Coordinate family community support services needed by the child and the child’s family with other services that the child and the child’s family are receiving;
  • Arrange for a standardized assessment by a physician chosen by the child’s parent, legal representative, or the child as described in part
  • Attempt to meet with the child at least once every 30 days
  • Be available to meet with the child’s parent or legal representative upon the request of the parent or representative
  • Note in the child’s record the services needed by the child and the child’s family that are not available and the unmet needs of the child and the child’s family;
  • Actively participate in discharge planning for the child and, to the extent possible, coordinate the services necessary to assure a smooth transition to the child’s home or foster home, school, and community-based services if the child is in a residential treatment facility, regional treatment center, correctional facility or other residential placement, or inpatient hospital for mental health services;
  • At least six months before the child’s 18th birthday, assist the child and, as appropriate, the child’s parent or legal representative in assessing the child’s need for continued mental health and case management services
  • Advise the child’s parent or legal representative or the child of the right to appeal as specified in Minnesota Statutes

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Clinical Trainee

Fernbrook is seeking a full-time or part-time Clinical Trainee who is on licensure track in LMFT, LPCC, or LICSW. We are looking for someone who wants to bring their clinical area of expertise and is looking for continual growth in their career. At Fernbrook you have the flexibility to work either in outpatient, school, or in-home/community setting.

 

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in one of the behavioral sciences (psychology, social work, counseling and/or related field)
  • Must be on licensure track in LMFT, LPCC, or LICSW
  • Valid driver’s license and auto insurance
  • Strong interpersonal skills preferred

This opportunity includes:

  • Flexible schedule
  • Developing a program around area of clinical interest
  • High quality supervision is provided as well as many internal opportunities for growth and development.
  • Fernbrook offers a generous annual conference allotment for specialized training of clinical interest and professional development

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct diagnostic assessments
  • Provide Individual therapy as assigned
  • Create and guide treatment plan
  • Ability to provide individual and group therapy within various settings like in-home/community, office, school, and other pertinent settings
  • Assist clients with all aspects of psychiatric rehabilitation
  • Create effective working relationships with colleagues and community partners
  • Work in collaborations with culturally diverse populations (eg. children and their families)

 

Fernbrook Family Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, veteran status, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability or genetics any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.

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