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Therapist, Child, Adolescent & Family Services

Greater Nashua Mental Health

Established in 1920, Greater Nashua Mental Health has as its mission: empowering individuals to lead full and satisfying lives through treatment and support. Our agency provides comprehensive, evidence-based behavioral health services for individuals with mental health and/or substance misuse disorders. We offer a wide array of services in office and community settings, serving adults and children.  As the State-designated Community Mental Health Center for Southern Hillsborough County, we serve everyone who walks in our doors, and no one is ever turned away due to the inability to pay for services.  Without our agency, many of the most vulnerable members of our community would not have access to critically needed behavioral health care.   We believe that by respecting people as they are, we can help them to become all that they wish to be.

We are currently seeking a therapist to provide individual, family and group therapy in our community mental health agency. Experience with families and systems theory is required. Case management and collaborative skills are essential and experience with trauma treatment, DBT and substance abuse is helpful. Fluency in Spanish is a plus. 

We are seeking a Masters level therapist, licensure preferred.  This is a full time position with a work schedule that will require some evenings.  The therapist may provide services at our clinic location, or in community settings including schools and at the homes of clients and their families. 

Greater Nashua Mental Health is an eligible employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program, NH State Loan Repayment Program and offers competitive salaries and comprehensive employee benefits. Apply today!

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Date Added: November 4, 2020

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