Licensed Psychotherapist

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A licensed psychotherapist provides assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of individuals with mental health, substance abuse, and emotional/behavioral issues through individual, couple, family and/or group therapy.

Part time and full time employee or independent contractor positions available.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  1. Ability to practice competently and ethically
  2. Ability to provide psychological services in diverse clinical settings
  3. Motivation to continue their own personal and professional growth
  4. Ability to interact and communicate effectively with other providers and support staff
  5. Awareness of their own strengths and limitations and the impact of those strengths and limitations on their care of clients
  6. Sensitivity to individual differences and to the possible effects of multicultural issues


  1. Provide individual and group therapy sessions
  2. Conduct and write diagnostic assessments
  3. Design and implement treatment plans
  4. Document progress notes and other required documentation in a timely and accurate manner
  5. Follow policy and procedures of LDR
  6. Work cooperatively with support staff and billing staff
  7. Explore the role of self in therapy and work on improving aspects of self that interfere/contribute to the effectiveness of establishing a therapeutic relationship and assisting a client in meeting therapeutic goals
  8. Attend training seminars necessary to do the assigned position
  9. Provide other functions as required or assigned for effective operations of the clinic
  10. Maintain clinical records in compliance with Life Development Resources policies and procedures, insurance carriers, Minnesota and Federal law and relevant ethical boards’ policies and regulatory standards
  11. Maintain at all times the confidentiality of clients’ protected health information
  12. Monitor and complete all required activities required by respective licensing board to keep relevant professional license active and current
  13. Maintain current knowledge of relevant research


  1. Is a Licensed Psychologist (Ph.D., Psy.D. or M.A.), Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in the state of Minnesota
  2. Experienced in individual psychotherapy (experienced in psychotherapy groups, such as DBT, preferred)
  3. Experienced in conducting intake/diagnostic assessment and treatment planning process
  4. Experienced in timely and accurate documentation
  5. Experienced in treating depression, anxiety, trauma, chemical dependency preferred