Remote (Onsite at Essex, VT. location is also available.)
Azimuth Counseling and Therapeutic Services has immediate openings for part-time, Vermont licensed psychotherapists. There are opportunities to work with clients in our Essex office or through our telehealth platform. Therapists are provided with scheduling flexibility and can design their own schedule with hours of availability that may include day times, evenings, and weekends.
Since 2005, Azimuth Counseling has provided mental health care for adults, adolescents, children, couples, and families. Our therapists work to engage the mind, body, and spirit through an integrated approach that is centered on bringing our clients lasting change and improved wellbeing. Many of our clients seek counseling services that integrate their spiritual or religious worldview into their mental health treatment. Therapists at Azimuth respect individual choice and work in a culturally competent manner to address these issues in counseling.
We are seeking self-directed individuals who also enjoy collaboration and consultation with peers, have aptitude for learning the telehealth platform and supporting systems, and honor the Azimuth mission.
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Azimuth is a nonprofit organization, originally created by Essex Alliance Church. Azimuth provides high-quality, professional mental health services for individuals, families, and groups. Clinicians acknowledge spirituality along with physical, mental, and social dimensions of life. Clinicians model grace, caring, kindness, and flexibility (which are based upon Biblical principles), while respecting the free will of all people to make individual decisions concerning matters of faith.
What makes Azimuth’s approach to meeting clients’ needs different is that each therapist understands the importance of engaging a person’s mind, body, and spirit. Therapists do not judge or impose Christianity but walk along side of those seeking ways to live congruent with healthy values and principles that are true. Living congruent with truth brings wholeness and mental health. Azimuth clinicians recognize the importance of a healthy therapeutic relationship that involve genuine trusting support to individuals while also maintaining strong therapeutic boundaries to protect both the client and the therapist. Additionally, therapists work with Primary Care Physicians to support individuals needing medication to reduce the symptoms of some mental illnesses.