The Bridge of Central Massachusetts

Clinician- Northeast Suburban-Sign on Bonus

Job Locations US-MA-Southboro
# of Openings
Regular Full-Time


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

Then The Bridge is the agency for you!


The Bridge of Central Massachusetts is a leader in the state in providing innovative evidence based practice models in the field of mental health.  We are a forward-thinking agency that is always on the cutting edge of new clinical practice models.

The Bridge 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 and consultation 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.


The clinician will oversee the clinical care of two programs located in Southborough and Framingham serving individuals referred by The Department of Mental Health. These programs are designed to provide varying levels of support based on individual need. Both programs provide congregate and supported housing services in the community. The clinician will coordinate the enrollment, assessment and treatment planning process and work collaboratively with two staff teams to deliver interventions to approximately 40 individuals.  The program goals are to assist adults in managing mental health symptoms and substance abuse challenges, developing independent living skills and building a life worth living. 



The Clinician will:

  • Oversees the development and implementation of comprehensive assessments and treatment plans including ensuring timely completion of paperwork.
  • Provides program leadership around the implementation of Illness Management & Recovery (IMR) including running groups, providing staff training and consultation.
  • Work collaboratively with the clinical supervisor to assess and coordinate management of clinical risk in the programs.
  • Provide one-on-one support for individuals when clinically indicated.
  • Enhancing recovery focused treatment within the milieu.


  • Master’s degree and licensure preferred (LCSW, LICSW, LMHC, or license eligible within three months).
  • Preferred experience facilitating groups and formulating treatment plans.
  • Applicant must possess skills in the areas of working in a team, assessment, leadership, staff training and development, time-management as well as effective written and verbal communication skills.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Must have own reliable vehicle for travel.


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