All of our open positions are advertised on Indeed. Please search for us on Indeed for more details including duties and compensation.
Would you like to join our team? We’d love to talk with you about becoming a contract counselor, visitation observer, direct supervision observer, or hospital sitter! The first step is to contact us. If you’re ready for the next step, you can download background check forms and other forms on our forms page.
We also occasionally have openings on our office staff team. If you don’t see a position advertised, feel free to contact our office for more information.
LPC Associates and LMFT Associates, we do have some limited availability for part-time employed positions. Positions are generally advertised on indeed as available, but you may contact us at any time to request information.
If you are a master’s degree student seeking an internship or practicum site, please visit our Internships page for more information.
We are currently recruiting contract therapists who are willing to provide services to clients referred through our contract with the Department of Family and Protective Services while also being credentialed with insurance companies to serve self-referred clients as well. It is anticipated that within three to six months, new clinicians will be will be in sufficient private insurance networks to accept only non-mandated clients going forward, although we ask that clinicians be willing to see 5-10% clients referred by DFPS or another government contract to give back to our community. Alamo Heights Counseling pays contract therapists 60% of the total paid by all payors with no cap, unlike tech companies that require a huge caseload to get to their maximum pay rate or practices that pay a flat rate or lesser percentage—and Alamo Heights Counseling does not ask you to do your own advertising, will never insist that your contract be exclusive, and will never require you to take a specific number of clients.
We are currently recruiting Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors to serve clients referred by the Department of Family and Protective Services.
We are currently recruiting individuals with social service experience to provide supervised visitation services, hospital sitting services, and caregiver services. Visitation observers provide supervision for families being served by DFPS so that children can visit with their parents in a safe environment. Hospital Sitters provide supervision for children who are hospitalized to ensure that no one who is an unsafe adult visits the child without authorization. Caregivers for Children Without Placement serve in hotels and homes rented by DFPS to ensure that children in state care who do not have foster parents have the correct adult-to-child ratio while waiting placement. These caregivers are not solely responsible for the children and report directly to DFPS/CPS caseworkers who are on site with them. Individuals who meet the requirements of all of these positions can serve on all three DFPS contracts as long as no more than 12 hours are worked in a 24-hour period for safety reasons.
The opportunities described below are for educational purposes and are not paid positions. They listed here for the benefit of those individuals who are looking for these opportunities.
Cherie and Bianca are currently accepting Associates for supervision. If you ready to apply for your LPC Associate license or your LMFT Associate license, please contact the office at 210-822-2600 to schedule an appointment with Cherie or Bianca for more information.
Cherie Shulter and Elihennette Gonzalez are accepting practicum students studying for degrees that will lead to licensure as an LPC or LMFT. For more information, interested students should visit our Internships page for more information.
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