Mental Health Practitioner
We are looking for passionate people who want to make an impact. We are committed to taking a creative and collaborative approach to transform lives.
As a Mental Health Practitioner (MHP), this opportunity includes flexible work schedules, paid continuing education, ongoing training in mental health, opportunities to follow your passions and interests, potential career advancement, and more. These services will occur in the home setting but may also occur in the school sites when necessary.
- Helping clients manage their mental health symptoms by providing skills based training to youth, adults, families, and groups
- Maintain all required documentation
- Non-traditional work hours including some evenings
- Some travel is required
Candidates must qualify as a Mental Health Practitioner (MHP) in one of the following ways:
- One year of coursework in a human service field and 2,000 hours of experience with children and adults with mental health concerns OR
- One year of course work in a human service field and related internship/practicum experience OR
- A bachelor's degree in a human service field & related internship placement experience OR
- A master's degree in related field
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
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.