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The Counseling Center
2285 Benden Drive
The Counseling Center has been serving Wayne/Holmes area residents since 1953. The Counseling Center is a progressive community behavioral health agency headquartered in Wooster, a medium-sized college town, located in scenic rural Northeastern Ohio within 30-60 minutes of Akron, Canton, Cleveland and Mansfield.With offices in Wooster, Millersburg, Orrville and Rittman, The Counseling Center provides assistance to over 4,200 individuals and families each year. Our staff includes social workers, counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, and psychiatric nurses. The Center provides an array of programs and services designed to treat behavioral health and emotional problems in both children and adults, as well as ongoing recovery services and prevention programs.
The Counseling Center has approximately 120 staff members, whom we view as our most valuable asset. We take pride in the qualifications, skills and professionalism of our large and diverse clinical staff. We provide competitive reimbursement rates, comprehensive employee benefits packages, provision of ample professional development support, and efforts to include staff in both program innovation and administrative decision making processes.
We strive to employ and retain the highest quality professionals from the fields of psychiatry, psychology, social work, counseling, and nursing.The Center has full- and part-time positions for Ohio licensed mental health professionals and employs new graduates with behavioral health training/degrees and various qualified clinical support specialists.
As The Counseling Center continues to grow, we occasionally encounter opportunities to add new members to our team including the currently vacant positions listed below.
The Counseling Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer
and a TOBACCO FREE organization.
Emergency Services Counselor/Social Worker
We are currently seeking a mental health counselor or social worker to provide crisis intervention, diagnostic assessment and pre-hospital screening services to individuals of Wayne and Holmes Counties who contact the Counseling Center for emergency assistance. Provides one evening and one overnight shift per week of on-call coverage as part of the regular work schedule and rotates on-call crisis service coverage during weekends and any other uncovered time with other program staff.
Additional compensation is given for on-call that is not part of the regular schedule.
A master's degree in a relevant mental health area and a valid Ohio counselor or social work license (LSW/LISW/LPC/LPCC) are required. Current resume and letter of interest may be emailed to Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org.