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The Central DuPage Pastoral Counseling Center considers the integration of theology with the practice of behavioral science to be fundamental to our mission. As pastoral counselors, our staff are trained in both fields. This dual perspective allows us to uniquely serve church congregations and parishes as well as the community at large. The churches affiliated with CDPCC trust our clinical expertise while also valuing the Center as a professional and theologically sensitive place to refer. In addition, our clients can heal and grow in an atmosphere that respects their faith tradition should they wish to bring that dimension into the process.
We invite those interested in joining our clinical practice to apply.
We are currently seeking an individual to work with clients presenting with a variety of diagnostic concerns. The therapist will provide individual therapy, with optional opportunities to see couples/families, and to participate in groups, workshops, and presentations within the community.
We offer our staff the opportunity to earn a higher percentage as a caseload increases. We provide liability insurance coverage, weekly group supervision and consultation, supervision for licensure, and opportunities to earn additional income by serving in leadership roles in the areas of training, clinical services, administration, and supervision. The Center serves a varied client population and is a training site for master and doctorate level students. We are a warm collegial group consisting of approximately 13 counselors and 4 administrative staff and are located in a lovely setting offering gracious hospitality.
We are seeking a therapist who is either,
- a licensed clinical psychologist in Illinois with a PsyD or PhD degree who is paneled or eligible to be paneled for Medicare and managed care programs, or
- a LCPC or LCSW who is eligible to be paneled with Medicare and managed care programs, or
- A post-doc planning to stay beyond the year will also be considered
The ideal candidate:
- Is a practicing Christian with training in pastoral studies, spirituality or theology (or an interest in getting such training over time) for purposes of client-led integrated care.
- the ability and desire to work in a team environment
- a willingness to be an independent contractor
- an interest in doing assessments as well as therapy (clinical psychologists)
Candidates who meet these requirements are welcome to apply.
Secondary considerations include one or more qualifications:
- Leadership abilities with an interest in a leadership position within the organization
- Bi-lingual, particularly Spanish-speaking
- Assessment and supervisory experience
- Addictions certification (CADC) or other specialties
- Skilled in couples therapy (EFT, Imago, etc.)
- Cross-cultural experience
- Hybrid remote
- Pay Range: $70,000 – 105,000 annually for PsyD
$52,000 – 70,000 (generally) for full-time LCPC or LCSW
- Flexibility in setting own schedule
- Opportunities for extra pay including leadership/directorship positions in various areas of responsibility
- Mal-practice liability insurance coverage
- Group supervision and consultation
- Administrative support for reception, billing, marketing, technology, and credentialing
- Designated office space
- Support for building a caseload if required
When applying, please include the following:
- A cover letter detailing your interest
- A curriculum vitae
- Three reference letters (upon request)
You may apply online by uploading your using the link below or submit them by mail.
Dr. Patricia R. Francis, O.P.
Director of Counseling Services
Central DuPage Pastoral Counseling Center
507 Thornhill Dr
Carol Stream IL 60188
We are currently seeking a part-time Office Administrator to begin the week of February 26th. This position will work directly with the Executive Director, and indirectly in support of other key staff. Routine responsibilities include phone and office reception, new client intakes, insurance benefit verification, daily mail sort and distribution, maintenance of office calendar, oversight of supplies and stocking, assisting with special events and fund-raising projects; and oversight of office systems such as the copier and postage meter. The ideal candidate will be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and cloud systems such as Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive and cloud-based phone systems. MailChimp and social media marketing experience desired but not required.
Pay is commensurate with skill set.
Central DuPage Pastoral Counseling Center is a non-profit, mental health organization which has served DuPage County and the greater Chicago area since 1977. We offer professional mental health services to a varied client population, along with educational and diagnostic assessment services. We are also a training site for master and doctorate level clinical psychology students. We are a warm, collegial group consisting of approximately 15 counselors and 3 administrative staff. We share a commitment to diversity and do not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, ethnicity, race, or faith.
Primary areas of Responsibility:
- Collect day work from counselor folders; enter cash receivables to the day work cash form before giving it to financial manager; file receipts monthly
- Answer doorbell, greet clients and offer hospitality
- Answer, dispatch, and/or return voicemail messages
- Interview new clients to fill out general intake and insurance forms
- Contact insurance companies to determine client’s benefit information
- Sort and dispatch incoming mail
- Post outgoing mail at local mail box or village post office if USPS has not collected from the mail basket in the waiting room
- Stamp and mail monthly billing in collaboration with financial Manager
- Prepare correspondence for directors and counselors as requested
- Assist in new hire procedures:
- Arrange for background checks
- Maintain training binders
- Instruct new hires on office procedures
- Oversee and procure office, kitchen, and washroom supplies
- Monitor postage, purchase stamps and electronically update meter
- Order and pickup refreshments, gifts, etc. as needed
- Oversee office systems and machine maintenance
- Update staff contact list
- Maintain fund database for donations received
- Support physical mailings with collation of materials, labeling and stamping
- Oversee individual contribution acknowledgements
Workshops & Groups
- Maintain workshop and group registration
- Provide copies of support materials as needed for events
- Format Annual Reports for key staff and upload to the Board drive
- Maintain board contact list on the Board drive
- Attend monthly staff meetings and occasional staff trainings
- Strong written and verbal communication skills with a proven ability to communicate effectively, particularly with empathy for people who are distressed
- Computer proficiency
- Proficiency in Microsoft Word; Microsoft Excel, and cloud systems such as OneDrive and Google Drive desired but will train
- Familiarity with cloud-based phone systems preferred
- PR acumen or bilingual a plus
- Prefer some college;
- Experience managing a small office environment
What we offer:
- 15-25 hour work week depending on skill set with some flexibility
- Being a part of an important mission with others who share the same commitment
- $18-23 hourly, commensurate with experience and skill set
- Generous vacation package and paid time off
When applying, please include the following:
- Three persons of reference with contact information may be required after initial interview
You may email your materials or use the link below to submit them online:
Dr. Nancy Cochran
email@example.com with subject: employment