Licensed Mental Health Clinician

Seeking Licensed Mental Health Clinician

Summit Emotional Health is seeking an Independent Contractor, Licensed Mental Health Clinician to join our growing private practice in Richmond, Virginia. We are eager to engage with highly motivated and dynamic professionals who would like to work within a very comprehensive and collaborative Team. We are proud to be one of the only providers in the region who offer one place for psychotherapy, mindfulness, comprehensive assessments, educational consultation, and psychiatric services. We are currently hiring a child and adolescent clinician, as well as a clinician who serves clients across the lifespan.

Summit’s multidisciplinary Team enjoys collaborating to provide comprehensive solutions to our community. Compensation is highly competitive and we seek to provide a flexible schedule and support individual areas for growth. Summit does not contract with insurance companies; we find that this helps provide a strong work/life balance for our Team. We also have an excellent administrative Team that coordinates triage calls, intake scheduling, billing, and marketing.

Qualifications: Applicants must be licensed in the State of Virginia and hold a degree from an accredited mental health program with one of the following credentials: Licensed Clinical Psychologist (LCP), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT).

Requirements: Applicants must have a minimum of two-years, post-licensure clinical experience. Two years of clinical experience in a private practice setting is strongly preferred.

Full-time and Part-time positions are available. This is an Independent Contractor position, which provides flexibility in scheduling. There is a minimum requirement of two-days per week. Three to Four Days per week is preferred.

Candidates require extensive training in evidence-based practice, specific to their area of study. Summit values individuals who have pursued additional clinical training and education to better serve a specific clinical population or diagnosis. It is expected that candidates can speak to the evidenced-based practices and therapeutic approaches they specialize in during the interview process. Special consideration will be given to individuals with experience treating behavioral issues (ADHD, ODD, CD), anxiety disorders (GAD, panic disorder, social anxiety, OCD, phobias), mood disorders (depression, bipolar), and relationship issues (social skills, relationship stress).

Primary duties would include weekly, outpatient therapy with the applicant’s clinical population of interest (children, adolescents, adult, geriatric, family, etc.). Parent
consultation and therapeutic group opportunities are also available. Secondary duties and opportunities may include community engagement with schools, pediatricians, local businesses and stakeholders looking for emotional health education and support. Please see our website for more information, Summit Emotional Health:

To apply for this position please submit your resume, cover letter describing your interest in the position, and three professional references to