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Job Type:

Full Time



About the Company

At A Time To Change Counseling Center, P. A., we foster a work culture that prioritizes support, camaraderie, and warmth. From the moment you step through our doors, you'll be welcomed into a community where collaboration and encouragement are the norm. We believe in lifting each other up and creating a space where everyone feels valued and respected. Whether it's through team-building activities, open communication channels, or simply sharing a smile in the hallway, we strive to cultivate an atmosphere where individuals can thrive professionally and personally.

Our supportive work environment is not just a concept; it's a daily commitment we make to each other, ensuring that everyone feels empowered to contribute their best selves to our collective mission of providing compassionate care to those we serve.



  • Master's degree from an accredited university or college with a major in the field of Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, or related Human Services field.

  • Must meet standards of Level I and Level II criminal background screening in accordance with FL Statutes (F.S.) 435.04 and (F.S.) 408.809.

About the Role

As a Licensed Therapist, you'll be at the heart of our commitment to supporting adolescents, adults, families, and couples. Your role will involve assessing the unique needs of clients and their families, coordinating essential services, and ensuring they receive the support they require. Through compassionate counseling and guidance, you'll help individuals identify their goals, explore available options, and provide the necessary resources and treatments to facilitate their journey.

Your work will encompass providing individual, family, and couples therapy, fostering a nurturing environment where clients can explore and grow. If you're passionate about making a positive impact in people's lives and thrive in a supportive and collaborative environment, we welcome you to join our team as a Licensed Therapist.

At A Time To Change, you experience the independence and prestige of working as a private practitioner without the overwhelming burden of paperwork, intimidation of marketing, and headaches of running a business. At A Time To Change, we believe in the clinician’s dedication to the client and their craft! We provide opportunities for continuing education. Last year that included EMDR! Our therapists are given the opportunity to focus on becoming the best version of their professional selves at A Time To Change and serving their clients.

We offer flexible scheduling, insurance paneling and maintenance with over 100 insurances, billing and payroll services, collections, and top-notch office support staff so that you only need to be concerned about therapy. We take the fuss out of the behind-the-scenes shenanigans necessary for running a business.

With less time spent handling administrative functions, you spend more time researching the best practices to further advance your clinical portfolio! A Time To Change Counseling Center is the opportunity for you to follow your dreams of being in private practice.

W2 Employee
Paid Time Off + 9 paid holidays
40 hours/week
Continuing education opportunities
In-person (some Virtual)
Flexible Schedule
Personalized Office Space for In-Person Sessions
Team Building Events
Annual Retreats

Employee Benefits:

Health Insurance
Dental Insurance
Accident and Life Insurance
Cancer Insurance
Short Term Disability and others
3% Company Match Simple IRA
Professional Development Assistance
Professional Liability Insurance provided

Primary Functions:

Provide counseling, therapy, and/or psychotherapy to clients and families in an office setting.

Prepare appropriate documentation to bill services by established scheduled due dates; maintain and generate necessary documentation in a timely manner.

Review client charts to ensure quality assurance and compliance with state and federal standards and regulations.

Skills & Abilities:

Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
Comprehensive therapy skills with children, adults, families, abuse, neglect, and substance abuse.
Ability to effectively interact with children and families from diverse backgrounds.
Knowledge and understanding of clinical social work and mental health counseling principles, methods,
procedures, and standards.
Ability to evaluate the progress of therapeutic programs and make individual modifications.
Ability to maintain emotional stability to cope with human suffering, emergencies, and other stresses and to set appropriate limits and boundaries with clients.
Knowledge of legal and ethical issues related to patient rights.
Maintain confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA regulations.
Ability to use basic computer applications including but not limited to Electronic Health Record programs, Word, Excel, and G-Suites

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