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West Central Family and Counseling currently has a unique opportunity for an LMHC Clinician. WCFC is currently searching for an experienced LMHC Clinician for supervisory work equaling 10 hours per week. In addition to the 10 supervisory hours this individual can also carry a caseload of clients to equal full time hours. The position has the capacity to be flexible for what you are looking for at this point in your career! To be considered for an LMHC Supervisor you must have had your LMHC license for a minimum of 3 years

As a family owned and operated outpatient clinic, West Central Family and Counseling (WCFC) is dedicated to providing the very best mental health services to the Pioneer Valley community. Mental Health problems can be found in all populations, therefore, we provide psychotherapy to children, adults, elders and families in our clinic. Our team also specializes in geriatric mental health and therapy for oncology patients. We work with individuals, couples, families and provide group therapy. WCFC also offers psychotherapy to those struggling with substance abuse.

Our exceptional team at WCFC includes Masters level therapists, Psychiatrists, Social Workers, Licensed Mental Health Counselors, Marriage and Family therapists and Psychologists. Bilingual (Spanish) and outreach services are also available. WCFC is here to help each client reach their highest level of functioning.

Responsibilities for the LMHC supervsior include, but not limited to:

  • Providing state of the art therapeutic techniques
  • Providing clinical supervision, orientation and training to clinicians and interns in accordance with WCFC's clinical philosophy, practice and procedural guidelines (10 hours per week).
  • Ensuring quality of services by promoting the development of current knowledge and professional competence among supervisees.
  • Providing administrative supervision (including timely completion of client record documentation, oversight of clinician's productivity, outcome evaluation, etc).
  • Accommodating outreach and in clinic appointments
  • Executing appropriate assessments regarding use of psychotherapy with children, adolescents and adults
  • Developing appropriate therapeutic relationships with clients
  • Requesting clinical input from supervisor as appropriate
  • Providing appropriate emergency evaluation/crisis intervention as needed
  • Following the appropriate referral process per company policy
  • Conducting CANS Assessments for Mass Health clients 20 years of age and below
  • Completing therapeutic notes in a timely fashion per company policy


  • Master’s degree in psychology with LMHC licensure required
  • Minimum of 3 years of LMHC licensure
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Strong organizational and interpersonal communication skills