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Mental Health Clinician

Center for New Beginnings

The Center for New Beginnings is a non-profit organization governed by a local Board of Directors. The Center has been providing psychotherapy services to the North Country since 1985. We are an NHSC and State Loan Repayment Eligible Site. 

The Center for New Beginnings provides counseling and mental health services to families and individuals of all ages, ethnic backgrounds, socio-economic status, and orientations within a safe, welcoming, respectful and confidential environment.

The Center commits to assisting its clients to find relief of their symptoms by identifying stressors, learning coping strategies and improving skills in order to move on to safer, happier, healthier and more meaningful lives.

Our service area covers the northern third of New Hampshire, from the Kancamagus Highway north to the Canadian border, and northwest to the neighboring Vermont counties - in local terms, the White Mountains, Great North Woods, and Northeast Kingdom regions. However, we do not exclude clients outside our area who wish to travel to receive services at the Center.

Our staff is composed of New Hampshire-licensed mental health professionals, including psychologists, social workers, and mental health counselors, who deliver psychotherapy to families and individuals of all ages using a treatment team approach. From time to time, we are also a training site for future mental health professionals whose work complements and is supervised by our licensed staff. All our clinicians strive to coordinate the care we provide with the work of other treatment providers, including those associated with physicians, work, and educational settings.

Our current staff includes clinicians with diverse backgrounds, strengths, and professional orientations. While we are a general practice, we encourage our clinicians to make use of their varying interests within the profession.

The Center for New Beginnings currently has positions available for candidates that are licensed or license eligible in the State of New Hampshire as Psychologists, Clinical Social Workers, or Clinical Mental Health Counselors. 

The outpatient therapist will provide culturally competent mental health and/or substance abuse treatment to individuals, couples, and families who are experiencing varying levels of struggles due to life situations or mental health concerns.

  • Knowledge and skill in applying various interventions for individuals, couples, and families.
  • Skill in working independently and implementing time management strategies.
  • Awareness  of personal strengths and weaknesses and ability to provide own self-care
  • Understanding of larger sociocultural and economic factors relating to well being.


Education and experience

  • Master’s degree or doctoral degree in mental health related field.
  • Licensed or working towards licensure to independently provide mental health and/or substance abuse services in the state of New Hampshire.
  • Provide appropriate and ethical outpatient mental health therapy and/or substance abuse counseling to clients.
  • Participate in on call crisis rotation to manage mental health emergencies for Center for New Beginnings clients.
  • Maintain required client hours per agency guidelines 
  • Maintain up to date case files in electronic medical records.
  • Participate in weekly consultation group meetings.
  • Be aware of community referral sources and refer when necessary.
  • Assist clients in gaining access to needed health care, housing, education, and other services essential to gaining independent functioning when needed.
  • Maintain good standing with appropriate licensure board and insurance companies.
  • Remain current with updated research and best practices in mental health.
  • Maintain appropriate malpractice insurance.
  • Complete all required continuing education requirements to maintain license.
How to Apply:

Please send a detailed vita of your pertinent experience and interests.


You may call our Executive Director at (603) 444-6465 for more information and to schedule an initial telephone interview. We would appreciate an opportunity to tell you more about our program and about the advantages of working and living in the North Country.

Salary Type: Yearly
Salary Minimum: 52000.00
Salary Maximum 55000.00
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Date Added: July 26, 2022

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