The Department of Veterans Affairs is hiring LPC’s and LPC-Associates. The VA provides a multi-disciplinary approach to a wide variety of clinical positions including general mental health, primary care mental health integration, psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery, suicide prevention, substance use, and PTSD/trauma work.
The VA offers an extensive array of benefits including:
Separate sick leave and PTO.
Pension and additional retirement package with percent matching.
Included state supervision for LPC-Associates.
Flexible work hours (e.g., compressed schedule, etc..) and telework options.
Evidence based psychotherapy training opportunities.
For additional benefits information, please see our OPM website: www.opm.gov.
Requirements for consideration:
Must hold a state license as an LPC or LPC-Associate only.
Master’s Degree must be from a CACREP Accredited program.
Your program must have been CACREP accredited at time of degree completion.