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Behavioral Health Therapist II (LCSW or LPC)

Job Category: clinical Therapy
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: El Paso

The El Paso Child Guidance Center has been serving El Paso’s most vulnerable for 68 years. Our team improves the health and wellbeing of children and families in a safe environment through mental health services, education and awareness Providing high quality care is our highest value. Nationally accredited and award winning, the Center is the region’s leader in trauma-informed care.


Our work environment includes a focus on staff training and professional development; staff wellness; flexible scheduling; in office and virtual work options; manageable workloads; and strong administrative support. Our work is led by agency values, trauma informed care principles and a leadership model based on Brene Brown’s work. Join our team and impact our community together!


Position Description


Title: Behavioral Health Therapist (LCSW or LPC)


Supervisor: Clinical Supervisor


General Qualifications: Licensed Professional Counselor or Licensed Clinical Social Worker in State of Texas. Strong preference for prior experience with children, youth and families.


General Description: Provide individual, family and/or group therapy to clients. Willingness to work collaboratively with a multidisciplinary team.


Classification: Full-time, exempt, 40 hours per week (80% Direct Care, 20% Admin)

  • In-person and virtual work options available

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Provide in-person (Center or community-based) and/or telehealth individual, group, and family therapy. Perform basic administrative tasks related to managing a caseload
  • Maintain complete, accurate and clear clinical records and documentation within the Center’s electronic health record system.
  • Attend and participate in agency meetings such as All Staff and Multi- Disciplinary Team Case Staffing’s (MDT).
  • Participate in Peer Review process on a quarterly basis and other Performance Quality Improvement duties as assigned in accordance with the Center’s National Council on Accreditation standards.
  • Participate in continuing education.
  • Obtain and maintain individual professional liability insurance for respective licensure.
  • Other duties as assigned by Clinical Supervisor and/or Behavioral Health Director.


  • Exhibit sensitivity to cultural and socioeconomic differences in the service population
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Fluency in all Microsoft Suite program, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Exhibit commitment to Center’s policies and practices to uphold diversity, inclusivity and equity at all levels of service delivery and employment.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to empower children, youth and their support systems we serve.
  • Demonstrate ability to work Collaboratively with other personnel.


Additional professional incentives: on-site and hybrid available; comprehensive specialty training such as EMDR, TF-CBT and PCIT; exposure to diverse populations; work-life balance; flexible schedule in alignment with agency priorities; child & family centric work environment.

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