Mental Health Clinician

  • Compensation: $80k-$100k
  • Required Qualifications:
  • City/State: Morgan Hill, CA

Our mental health facility in Morgan Hill is on the hunt for a Clinician to join our dynamic team. We provide customized treatment plans for individuals in locked settings to help them transition into successful community living. But we're not your typical boring facility - we believe in treating the whole person, from their mind to their body and spirit. So, we've got a philosophy that includes nutrition, fitness, environment, and therapy to make sure our residents get the best care possible.

As a Clinician, you'll be working closely with clients, residents, families, neighbors, and staff to create personalized treatment plans. And we're all about creating a supportive and collaborative work environment where you can grow personally and professionally.

We don't just talk the talk - we walk the walk. Our mental health service programs are tailored to meet each client's unique needs, and we're all about collaboration. Together, we're all about achieving more and creating a community that promotes wholeness in spirit, nutrition, fitness, environment, and therapy.

So, if you're ready to make a difference while having a blast, apply now to join our team!


  • Conduct initial assessments and evaluations of clients to determine their level of service needs and create individualized treatment plans.
  • Provide individual, group, and family therapy sessions to clients using evidence-based interventions.
  • Collaborate with other mental health professionals and medical staff to ensure continuity of care and support for clients.
  • Maintain accurate and timely clinical documentation and progress notes in compliance with agency and state regulations.
  • Monitor and document client progress, adjusting treatment plans as necessary to meet changing needs.
  • Advocate for clients and coordinate services with community resources to help clients access needed services and support.
  • Develop and implement discharge plans for clients to ensure successful transition to community living.
  • Provide crisis intervention and management services as needed to ensure the safety and well-being of clients.


  • Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy or Clinical Social Work from an accredited institution.
  • Active AMFT or ACSW registration with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
  • Knowledge of and adherence to ethical and legal guidelines for mental health practice in California.
  • Strong clinical skills and experience working with diverse populations, including individuals, couples, families, and groups.
  • Ability to provide evidence-based treatment modalities, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, and trauma-informed care.