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Licensed MH Clinician Job/Position Opening

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Licensed MH Clinician

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Company:

Brain Health Northwest

 

Location:

 

Position/Job Description:

Join a growing, multi-site private practice based in Seattle, Washington that is expanding our knowledge and methods for assessing and treating individuals with multiple problem areas.

Brain Health Northwest’s vision is to become the Pacific Northwest’s premier professional mental health clinic that integrates our client’s unique biology, psychology, sociology, cultural, and spiritual experiences to heal their mind and body.  Our mission is to create and offer a highly effective place to heal the mind and body by integrating the art and science of clinical psychology and nervous system physiology.

  • By bringing together highly trained and experienced clinical and forensic psychologists, neuroscientists, and mental health counselors
  • By applying the advancements of psychotherapy, neurotherapy, and nervous system physiology
  • By providing services that heal the mind, regulate the nervous system, and optimize performance

At Brain Health Northwest, we provide premium mental health services that are highly effective by integrating state-of-the-art psychotherapies with neurotherapies. Because of our unique staff expertise and applied technology capabilities, we are different than any other provider in the areas we serve.

We are seeking a colleague who shares this vision and is dedicated to changing the paradigm for helping individuals with difficult problems.  It is our position that unhealthy behaviors are a manifestation of an unhealthy brain resulting from multiple developmental, social, biological, and psychological influences.  It is also our position that with the correct application of scientifically derived interventions, many of these influences can be successfully resolved.

Our current staff composition includes four clinical psychologists, all of whom are also trained in neuropsychology and/or clinical neuroscience.  Our staff also includes a full-time clinical neuroscientist, licensed mental health counselors, a psychometrist/EEG technician, and office manager.

In addition to an extensive library of psychological tests and other instruments, following are some of the technological resources available to clinicians at BHNW for clinical and research uses:

  • Four 24-channel EEG workstations using BrainMaster and Mitsar amplifiers.  Software analysis packages include BrainDX, Neuroguide, WinEEG, New Mind, and Jewel.
  • Additional dedicated EEG clinical treatment packages include four 2-channel Cygnet systems for slow cortical potentials training, three 2-channel and one 4-channel BrainMaster Atlantis systems for surface amplitude training.
  • Two VR systems.
  • Thought Tech peripheral biofeedback system.
  • HRV and capnometry.
  • Neurotracker 3D Multiple Object Tracking system.
  • Two tDCS systems.
  • pirHEG biofeedback.
  • AVE and CES systems.
  • Three photobiomodulation units.

 

Qualification Requirements:

Licensed or license-eligible in a qualifying profession.  A Washington State license in a qualifying profession must be obtained before beginning clinical work.  Supervision for licensure as a psychologist, LMHC, or LICSW is available so long as the person qualifies for another underlying credential.

BCIA mentoring/supervision is available and it is expected that a successful candidate will obtain this credential. 

Following is a list of desirable knowledge/skills.  Note that it is not necessary to meet all of them to be a successful candidate, but stronger candidates will have two or more and be committed to developing other knowledge/skill areas:

  • Experience in physiological measures/interventions such as EEG, HRV, and peripheral biofeedback. 
  • Knowledge of current research and intervention methods including cognitive behavioral methods, behavior therapy, group methods, and DBT.
  • Knowledge and experience in trauma-informed care including EMDR and somatic-based modalities.
  • Knowledge and experience in scientifically-based risk assessment including static, dynamic and protective factors and procedures.
  • Research interests and experience consistent with our own clinical trials/research foci is desirable.  BHNW conducts an annual review and plan for conducting internal research and clinical trials.
  • Knowledge and experience conducting internal program evaluation procedures and/or marketing analytics.

 

To Apply:

Contact Owners
owners@brainhealthnorthwest.com
(206) 456-5454 ext. 105

 

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Call or email us for more information. (206) 456-5454 Ext: 105

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