Professional Behavioral Health Consultation & Training

Youth Contact is excited to announce the ability to provide weekly paid supervision sessions for unlicensed clinicians via grant funding. Supervision sessions will provide evidence-based behavioral health practices that include parents/caregivers and siblings in the treatment process for greater outcomes for the client. In addition to being able to provide compensation for unlicensed therapists to receive weekly supervision sessions, you will be provided a laptop (or similar device).

The ideal candidate for this position would be an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist or an Associate Licensed Professional Counselor currently working in a clinical setting, who wants to receive supervision in the family model.

To be considered for this opportunity, please email Molly Neill, Director of Operations, at