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Therapist, Child & Adolescent Services

Greater Nashua Mental Health Center

Located in Nashua, Greater Nashua Mental Health Center is a comprehensive community mental health center.  We are dedicated to helping families and individuals of all ages reach their full potential by providing state-of-the-art, evidence-based care that focuses on recovery.  We pride ourselves on creating a welcoming environment that places a high value on every person who comes through our doors.  We believe that by respecting people as they are, we can help them to become all that they wish to be.   We are dedicated to clinical excellence.  We offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package for our full time positions which includes health, dental, LTD and Life insurance, tuition reimbursement, paid time and holiday time off and retirement plan.


We are currently seeking a therapist to provide individual, family and group therapy in our community mental health agency.  Experience with families and systems theory is required.   Case management and collaborative skills are essential and experience with trauma treatment, DBT and substance abuse is helpful.   Fluency in Spanish is a plus. 

We are seeking a Masters level therapist, licensure preferred.  This is a full time position with a work schedule that will require some evenings.  The therapist may provide services at our clinic location, or in community settings including schools and at the homes of clients and their families. 

Greater Nashua Mental Health Center is an eligible employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program and offers competitive salaries and comprehensive employee benefits. Apply today!

How to Apply:

Send résumé to: hr@gnmhc.org

Human Resources
Greater Nashua Mental Health Center
100 West Pearl Street
Nashua, NH 03060

Job Location:

Nashua

Date Added: November 13, 2017

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