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We Are A Complete Resource for Your Ideal Behavioral and Mental Health Job Search.

It's Our Specialty

We are lifetime recruiters, and we have one focus - Behavioral & Mental Health Jobs. We understand your skills and certifications and we know employers. We can coach you to effectively tell your story.

Jobs On Jobs On Jobs...

Our jobs board is updated daily with our partners' openings, plus we have access to open positions from major job boards, like Indeed.com, LinkedIn and Zip Recruiters. Coming soon; one website that has it all!

We Bring People Together

When you get a new job, you work for people who have created a specific culture. We match skills with job openings, and we match people with people. It's time to find your people here!

What recent behavioral & mental job-seekers say…

Plan for Success

  • Search Jobs

    Start your new behavioral & mental job search with us! It's as easy as typing your specialty or skills into the search bar.

  • Register

    Save jobs to your profile without applying immediately, so you can find them later. You can also choose to receive alerts for jobs that might fit your skills as they become available.

  • Apply

    Enter your information one time in your applicant profile, and then click apply when you find a new job that fits you. If you're a match, we'll contact you to schedule the next steps.

  • Get Prepared

    Finding your next job will take some work; but don't worry, we have resources just for you! We can help you craft your story, prep your resume, find interview skills and resources you can use on the job.

  • Say, Yes!

    You put everything in order and knocked the interview out of the park. Congratulations! We can give you pros and cons of each offer and position, but you still have to say yes.

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Questions you might have about your Denver Mental Health Job

  • Typical Requirements for A Residential Counselor

    Most Denver Metro employers look for Bachelor or Master-level graduates in Psychology, Social Work, and Counseling to provide support and care in a local residential program as Residential Counselors.

  • Opportunity to Grow as a Counselor or Therapist

    • Typically, mental health jobs offer full benefits for a work week that is above 30 hours.
    • The environment in the behavioral health and mental health services area is collaborative and widely considered to be a great environment to work in.
    • Jobs in the psychological services industry offer ongoing opportunities for personal and professional development.
    • There are many jobs in Denver with opportunities to grow, move, and learn in your career.
    • Consider the long-term effects of the services provided to those who need help in the Denver area as a behavioral or mental health counselor.
  • WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS TO A CAREER IN DENVER PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES

    • Mental and behavioral service providers thrive in an environment working with other professionals, team members and community partners
    • You should consider joining an organization whose goal is to build your skillset and allows you opportunities to grow in your field. Denver counselors and therapists enjoy the rewarding responsibility of providing mental health services to their area.
    • A career in mental health services allows individuals to engage in their personal passions by providing direct care to clients and improving their daily lives
  • WHAT ARE COMMON SKILLS AND SERVICES PROVIDED BY RESIDENTIAL COUNSELORS

    • Help clients by providing group therapy sessions, manage intake and discharge, and offering care to individuals and groups.
    • Monitor medications and be an advocate for patients with varying levels of mental illness.
    • Collaborate with a strong multidisciplinary team to ensure the positive, health and wellness practice of the direct care provided to patients.
  • WHAT IS THE TYPICAL PAY FOR AN ENTRY-LEVEL MENTAL HEALTH WORKER IN DENVER

    • The pay for a therapist or clinical counselor in Denver varies with the stage of career and There is a difference between the pay for mental health workers without licensure, with a provisional license and those who are fully licensed professional in the mental and behavioral health field.
    • Empowered Partnerships helps professionals in the behavioral health field to understand their marketability and the appropriate pay scale for the specific skills they have in mental health jobs.
    • Denver behavioral health jobs vary in pay between non-profits, government mental health positions, private-sector medical facilities and counseling services. The level of experience of a mental health worker has a significant influence on the pay scale.
    • Often Counselors in Denver CO have the impression they are stuck in a certain pay scale. These professionals need the advice of experts in recruiting and mental health jobs. We make sure the Denver area behavioral and mental health professionals not only find the optimal work environment for their skills and experience, but also gain the most appropriate compensation.
  • WHAT TYPES OF JOBS ARE OFFERED IN DENVER AREA MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS?

    There is a great need for mental health professionals in Denver, CO. Empowered Partnerships helps job seekers search for jobs at Colorado mental health centers in multiple areas including:

    • Licensed and Unlicensed Social Work jobs
      • LCSW, LSW, Bachelor’s-Level Social Workers
    • Mental Health Therapist Jobs
    • Addiction and Substance Abuse Counselor Jobs
      • Addiction Technicians, Certified Addiction Counselor CAC I, II and III, Licensed Addiction Counselor LAC
    • Case Manager Jobs
    • Residential Counselor Jobs
    • Psychiatric Nurse Jobs
      • Psychiatric Registered Nurse RN, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
    • Behavioral Health Clinician Jobs
      • Board Certified Behavior Analyst BCBA, Registered Behavior Technician RBT, Behavior Support Technician
    • Professional Counselor Jobs
      • Licensed Professional Counselor LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate LPCC
    • Marriage and Family Counselor Jobs
      • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Marriage and Family Therapist Candidate MFTC
  • WHAT KIND OF HELP CAN I EXPECT FROM EMPOWERED PARTNERSHIPS?

    Empowered Partnerships has helped job seekers find mental health therapist and mental health counselor jobs across the country and in Colorado. We start by talking to professionals in the psychiatric, psychological and nurse practitioner sphere and determine what their criteria are as they seek a new position. We know the industry and offer guidance to job seekers on how to attain the position of their dreams.

    We take job seekers through a series of questions designed to determine the best fit between the mental health therapist and the potential positions to consider. We connect job seekers with the best opportunities possible and understanding what that looks like for each person is our goal.

    The final product should be the pairing of the ideal mental and behavioral career candidate with the mental health job of their dreams.

  • WHAT IS THE PROCESS FOR FINDING A NEW MENTAL OR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH JOB NEAR ME?

    • We match skills with job openings, and we match professionals with employers.
    • We update our job board daily with positions in behavioral health, mental health, counseling, psychiatric nursing, Denver health care and social work fields
    • We have direct relationships and access to the employers hiring plans in addition to the major job boards like indeed.com, LinkedIn and Zip Recruiters.
    • We help you determine if an opportunity is right for you. We help job seekers navigate opportunities, employers and the hiring process.
  • WHAT IS DIFFERENT ABOUT FINDING A JOB WITH EMPOWERED PARTNERSHIPS?

    • We help you to search for jobs with information all in one convenient place and focus our efforts on the specialties and skills needed for the behavioral and mental health field
    • You can save jobs to your personal profile so that you don’t have to apply immediately, but can monitor jobs that fit your skills
    • You only need to enter your information in one place so that as you search for jobs you can re-use your personal data for multiple applications
    • We help you craft your story, prepare your resume and approach upcoming interviews with strong preparation.
    • We help determine the pros and cons of the mental health jobs that you are considering so that you make the best decision for your future.
  • WHAT IS THE ENVIRONMENT FOR COLORADO JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN COUNSELING AND THERAPY?

    The need for trained and skilled professionals is very high in Denver, Colorado and nationwide. We work with medical centers, hospitals, mental health organizations, counseling centers, non-profits, and community outreach centers. Our experience and contacts with these potential employers have shown us that there are many job opportunities for mental health clinicians and counselors.

    There is a great variety of places that need professionals in this area and the jobs span a wide range of locations in Denver and Colorado as well as a wide variety of positions including:

    • Licensed and Unlicensed Social Work jobs
      • LCSW, LSW, Bachelor’s-Level Social Workers
    • Mental Health Therapist Jobs
    • Addiction and Substance Abuse Counselor Jobs
      • Addiction Technicians, Certified Addiction Counselor CAC I, II and III, Licensed Addiction Counselor LAC
    • Case Manager Jobs
    • Residential Counselor Jobs
    • Psychiatric Nurse Jobs
      • Psychiatric Registered Nurse RN, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
    • Behavioral Health Clinician Jobs
      • Board Certified Behavior Analyst BCBA, Registered Behavior Technician RBT, Behavior Support Technician
    • Professional Counselor Jobs
      • Licensed Professional Counselor LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate LPCC
    • Marriage and Family Counselor Jobs
      • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Marriage and Family Therapist Candidate MFTC
  • WHAT TYPES OF EMPLOYERS HAVE BEEN HIRING MENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CLINICIANS IN DENVER AND COLORADO?

    We have worked with a wide array of mental health centers and employers and placed mental health clinicians in a variety of positions and places. Examples of places that have filled Colorado job opportunities include:

    • Centura Health
    • Colorado Access
    • Jefferson Center For Mental Health
    • AspenPointe
    • Behavioral Healthcare Inc.
    • SummitStone Health Partners
    • Mental Health Center of Denver
    • Community Reach Center
    • Mental Health Partners
    • The Foundry Treatment Center
    • Rocky Mountain Health Care Services
    • National Jewish Health
  • WHAT TYPES OF CONDITIONS DO MEDICAL HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS TREAT?

    We love our employer partners, and we have a few we work with regularly and would highly recommend. You’ll find opportunities with these employers on our behavioral & mental job board at the top of the list. Look for these employers listed here.

    The specific jobs in mental health vary greatly depending on the clientele being served and the mental health center where you work. There are many different modalities to choose from. We help you to understand the population you will be working with so you can make the best decision for your career and job choices.  Our professionals become involved in a variety of situations and conditions such as severe mental disorders, eating disorders, crisis intervention, addiction, trauma, youth services and psychiatric disorders.

    H2 Does Empowered Partnerships have local Colorado connections

    We have relationships with a host of mental health centers in Denver and Colorado. We have placed our mental health specialists at some of the top providers of services and patient care including: Mental Health Center of Denver, Jefferson Center For Mental Health, Aspen Pointe, SummitStone Health Partners, Behavioral Healthcare Inc., Community Reach Centers, Mental Health Partners, and many more