Intake Clinician - Child and Adolescents

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Manchester, NH
Salary Type
Salary Range
$43,243 - $71,739

About the Organization

Founded in 1960, The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester (MHCGM) is the largest organization of its kind in the region.  It is a private non-profit organization that empowers individuals to achieve recovery and promote personal and community wellness through an accessible, comprehensive, integrated, and evidenced-based system of mental health care.   While annually serving over 11,000 clients, it remains a fiscally sound organization known for its fair treatment of employees and ability to reward good performance. 

About the Job


Position Summary: 

Our intake clinician provides thorough bio-psycho-social assessments for children and adolescents. The assessments include evaluation of mental health status, providing a social summary, diagnosis, and treatment recommendations. Case management includes an assessment of need with the child/adolescent and family, and active collaboration with community providers and services. Additionally, our intake clinician provides intakes, evidence-based practice, consultation and collaboration with students and school staff in our catchment area. The intake clinician would provide individual and family therapy to a small caseload. The intake clinician could also provide training to staff and/or parents at the school as well as opportunities for growth in the development of providing mental health support in the schools. The position provides an opportunity for rewarding work and interaction with dedicated colleagues. The agency provides a great benefits package, as well as learning and career advancement opportunities.


 Duties and Responsibilities:

· Provide intake assessments for children and adolescents

· Provide clinical services for a small caseload

· Consult with medication providers and clinical staff

· Develop and maintain treatment plans for children and adolescents


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

· Basic understanding about mental health disorders and psychotropic medications

· Ability to build and maintain rapport with children, adolescents, and their families

· Culturally sensitive

· Strong organizational, communication, and time management skills



· NH licensure or license eligible


· Position requires a master’s degree in psychology, social work, rehab counseling or education/counseling from an accredited college or university.


· Prior work with children and families is a plus

· Motivational Interviewing skills also a plus


· LICSW or LCMH licensing preferred.

Job Type: 

· Full-time

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