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Help strengthen and heal families in Merced County

Be part of a team making a difference in Merced County. As a Clinician with Aspiranet, you'll put your skills and your heart to work helping families every day.  

Clinician in Merced, CA

The Clinician in Behavioral Health or Wraparound is responsible for providing individual, family, and group therapy to clients. Additional responsibilities include regulation compliance, referring agency coordination, documentation, and record maintenance.

  • Provide in-home or in-office individual, family, and group therapy.

  • Receive extensive training, clinical supervision hours, and 24/7 supervisor support.

  • Professional growth and advancement opportunities.

  • Competitive benefits and perks, including 14 annual paid holidays and 10 paid vacation days during your first year.

  • This is a salaried position with flexibility. 

  • Extensive training is provided to learn required documentation standards.

  • Attend weekly staff meetings.

  • Provide on-call emergency services and respond to on-call on a rotation basis.

$1,000 Sign-on & $1, 000 Retention Bonus!

Do You Qualify?

  • Master’s degree or Doctorate in mental health or social service-related field.

  • Intern Registration with the Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) as an ACSW, APCC,  or AMFT.

  • Will be considered if intern registration with BBS is pending.

  • Meets all state-required conditions of employment as set forth by Community Care Licensing for a Licensed Community Care facility; i.e., Fingerprint and Child Abuse Index clearance, TB/Health Physical, valid CDL, and clean driving record.

What's It Like At Aspiranet?

Breanna Guerrero, an Aspiranet manager with the COEDS therapy program in Ventura County, talks about the collaborative and supportive environment you'll find at Aspiranet.

Aspiranet Merced Office

3360 N. Hwy 59, Suite G

Merced, CA 95318

209.726.3090

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