Our mission is to revitalize relationships and inspire the creation of life narratives filled with meaning and purpose.
We are a small group practice, transforming lives and building resilience for the future. We are looking for individuals who want to make a difference in people’s lives, work in a place of congruence and focus on clients’ needs. We welcome those interested in opportunities to grow and work in an atmosphere of support that offers flexibility and autonomy.
“Being a part of the Alliance for Healing team has renewed my sense of belonging in the mental health field. With a background in organizational leadership and over a decade of experience in the mental health field, I used to feel defeated as I navigated past challenges with different leadership and staff. Ever since I joined Alliance for Healing, I feel fortunate to have finally found a group of professionals who are genuine in their approach to this work. I am proud to be part of a team that is rooted in strong values and warm hearts.”
We do not have specific openings at this time, however, we are always open to additional therapist inquiries. We typically look for licensed therapists dedicated to youth (ages 10+) and/or licensed therapists dedicated to adults (all ages).
If you are interested in learning about working at Alliance for Healing, please see our general qualifications below and fill out the application with ‘general therapist inquiry’ as the position selection.
- Licensed as a mental health professional in the state of Minnesota with at least one year post master’s degree and LICSW, LMFT, LP or LPCC license; supervision is available
- [Adult-focused therapist] Interest and experience in trauma work, relationship betrayal, attachment disorders, compulsive sexual behaviors, and resiliency skill building
- Willing to be trained in problematic sexual behaviors/sexual addiction
- Competent, confident and creative therapists committed to being part of a supportive team
- Open to work some evening hours (schedules are flexible)
- License must be active and in good standing with respective licensing board
- Must adhere to license ethics and regulations
- Experience and knowledge of the most current Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) categories representing the range of mental health disorders
- Able to assess and treat the mental health of the clients
- Additional skills needed: organizational, decision making, critical thinking, analytical, coaching, leadership, conflict resolution, interpersonal effectiveness and accountability
2023-2024 intern search is now open.
Internship required hours will be set according to your program requirements such as 20 hours per week or 400 hours for a given set of months. Specific hours worked will be based on availability of clients for observation and scheduling of appointments. There is flexibility in days and times but you will be expected to set a schedule so clients can be booked. We will discuss the best workable option. Internship duration is from start of signed contract with established start date to completion of hours required for internship. Professional and ethical conduct is always expected. As therapists’ build their client case load, they can establish hours that best suit their preferred schedule. Interns and new therapists will likely need to work some late afternoon/early evening hours as these are in the highest demand. Internships are not paid until the intern is able to see their own clients. At this time interns will be paid a stipend per client seen. Please reach out to Kelly Ryan for more information or to apply.