The Bridge of Central Massachusetts

  • Mobile Clinician - DDS/ASD Clinical Services

    Job Locations US-MA-Worcester
    # of Openings
  • Overview

    Are you looking to be a leader while still working with Individuals with Mental Health Challenges?

    Then our agency is for you!


     Our agency is a leader in the state on providing innovative evidence based practice models in the field of mental health. We are a forward thinking agency who is always on the cutting edge of new clinical practice models.


    Our agency offers clinicians full-time salaried positions with a wide range of benefits including twenty-five paid days off in the first year which increases to thirty-two days off in year two.

    Clinicians also receive free CEU trainings through our own recognized Training Institute, weekly clinical supervision, and extensive in-house training from experts in the field of mental health and evidence based practices. $1000 sign-on bonus for full-time positions or $500 sign-on bonus for part-time positions.


    This is an exciting opportunity to join a team implementing the DBT informed skills system developed by Julie Brown, Ph.D. This unique human service position offers the clinician the opportunity to support individuals of all learning abilities both in individual and group settings. Individuals are seen in the communities where they live and work, including the Central, MA and North Central geographies. The clinician will receive consultation with Dr. Brown and other team members. The position is Monday- Friday.



    The clinician will:

    • Provide individual and group DBT informed therapy to individuals residing in cities and towns within Northern Worcester, Worcester and Southern Worcester counties.
    • Participate in consultation with the agency’s evidenced based practice directors.
    • Prepare Individualized PBS Targeted/ Intensive Plans and Medication Treatment plans for individuals living in the homes as clinically indicated.
    • Interface with other members of the treatment team including family members, DDS, day programs personal and allied health providers including the VNA.


    • Master's degree in Human Service related field, plus two years’ experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities, acquired brain injury, autism, behavioral concerns, and or mental health challenges.
    • Experience in assessment and treatment planning, including understanding and embracing Positive Behavioral Supports.
    • Ability to provide leadership and direction in crisis situations.
    • Ability to relate effectively with other team members.
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.


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