Mental Health Therapist – (LPC – IT, LMFT – IT) Chippewa Falls – Part Time or Full Time

Aurora Community Services

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sign on bonus of $1000


  • Provide high quality, compassionate, and ethical individual, family, marital, and group therapy
  • Clinical staff responsibilities include, but are not limited to, competence in crisis assessment, mental health evaluation of clients, and treatment planning
  • Maintain a high level of professional and ethical practice as established through the state of Wisconsin and related professional organizations (ie. ACSW, Association of MFT, etc.)
  • Maintain and conduct practice consistent with overall philosophy of the agency
  • Develop treatment plans, monitor treatment progress, and provide follow-up services
  • Consult with peers, supervisors, and other professionals regarding cases, treatment plans, interventions, approaches, etc. 
  • Attend staff meetings as required
  • Demonstrate positive working relationships with consumers, staff, and other professionals
  • Maintain accurate and timely clinical records consistent with Agency policy and state requirements
  • Write reports that conform to prescribed style and format
  • Effectively present information to management, staff, and other organizational groups
  • Promote positive consumer relations
  • Assume on-call duties as assigned
  • Provide consultation/education to the community as needed
  • Maintain all professional licensing requirements (i.e. continuing education credits)
  • Complete agency training
  • Market agency products/services and provide community presentations as needed to build referral base
  • Maintain consumer confidentiality standard consistent with HIPAA regulations
  • Assess crisis situations, intervene appropriately, and work autonomously
  • Perform other duties as assigned


  • Problem Solving – identify and  resolves problem in a timely manner, gathering and analyzing information skillfully
  • Interpersonal Skills – maintain confidentiality, remaining open to others’ ideas and exhibiting willingness to try new things
  • Oral Communication – speak clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations; demonstrating group presentation and meeting skills
  • Written Communication – edit work for spelling and grammar, presenting numerical data effectively, and ability to read and interpret written information
  • Planning/Organizing – prioritize and plan work activities, using time efficiently, and develop realistic action plans
  • Quality Control – ensure accuracy, quality, and thoroughness by effectively monitoring own work
  • Adaptability – adapt to changes in the work environment, manage competing demands, and deal with frequent change, delays, or unexpected events
  • Dependability –consistently at work and on time, following instructions, responding to management direction, and soliciting feedback to improve performance
  • Safety and Security – actively promote, personally observe, and promote safety/security procedures, using equipment and materials properly

Salary: based on experience and education  

Benefits for Full Time Employees: Health/Life/Dental Insurance, Vacation/Personal Hours, Employee Stock Ownership, 401-K, Employee Achievement Program

If you are looking to make a difference, join the Aurora team! Aurora Community Services is proud to be an Employee Owned Company! An EOE/AA Employer



  • Masters or better in Psychology or related field

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