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Licensed Counselor

Would you like a consistent paycheck regardless of appointment cancellations?  Are you tired of home visiting, being on call and working weekends?  Are you missing a supportive and collaborative environment?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, consider becoming an employee of Family & Youth Services Bureau and joining our clinical services team.

As a regular employee, you will be able to enjoy the following benefits offered:

  • Stable income without the pressures of productivity hours/face-to-face hours, while being guaranteed bi-monthly pay based on yearly salary rate.

  • Employer paid professional liability insurance

  • Generous PTO is offered in addition to 11 regular paid holidays

  • Employer paid short term disability, life and professional liability insurance

  • Professional development funds

  • Health, Dental and Vision insurance offered with 70% covered by employer

  • Retirement Plan

As part of our Clinical Services Team, you will be able to enjoy the following:

  • Predictable Monday – Friday work schedule and no on call requirements

  • NO home visits

  • Maintain the autonomy of scheduling your own appointments and counseling assessments

  • Personal office space is provided that is welcoming and ensures the protection of client privacy at all times

  • Collaborative and supportive environment offering individual and group supervision

  • Professional development is encouraged and a yearly stipend of training funds is available for trainings of your choice.

Family & Youth Services Bureau (FYSB) is a comprehensive nonprofit that has been serving its community for 50 years. Our mission is to assist youth and families through supportive services that create a positive change in Porter County. Our agency has two openings for an Indiana Licensed Counselors who utilizes a strength-based approach, believes that youth and families have strengths and will help them learn to use those to create a new path in their lives.

The new team members will participate in a variety of structured programming primarily office based with some programming occurring in areas schools and the local detention center:

  • Individual & family counseling

  • Parent and community education

  • Substance use education and prevention

  • Delinquency diversion

  • Specialized groups and family programing

  • Mentoring and summer day camp

  • Counseling assessments

Required: A Master's degree with current licensure in the State of Indiana (LSW, LCSW, LMHCA, LMHC, LMFTA, LMFT) is required for this position.

Do not pass up the opportunity to work alongside a caring and supportive Clinical Services team and for a unique agency that is ethical, non-judgmental, and compassionate, who believes in family and investing in their staff.