CAREERS & TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

Offers numerous employment opportunities for licensed practitioners and for students to further their education and experience in a mental health setting. Student opportunities are available at Undergraduate, Masters and Doctoral levels

CAREERS

We have practice opportunities in several locations for mental health professionals to join our group of practitioners.

Having provided quality mental health services for over 20 years in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro, Natalis Psychology supports the practices of Psychologists, Clinical Social Workers, Professional Clinical Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, Psychiatrists, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and Alcohol and Drug Counselors offering full employment with benefits and a robust training program.

Ideal candidates will be committed to building and maintaining their practice with the support of a multidisciplinary team of peers and show commitment to continual improvement of clinical skills. We offer administrative and support services, access to major insurance contracts, billing and marketing services, and a strong web presence.

For further information, please send a CV and letter of interest to atticusconnect@natalispsychology.com

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES

BACHELORS LEVEL:

There are three opportunities available for individuals completing a degree in Psychology, Social Work, Human Services, and affiliated programs.

Behavioral Health Administration
This opportunity has been desirable for both AA and BA degrees in Healthcare Administration and other affiliated programs. This student will shadow and assist with the operations and administrative flow of the clinic. Some of the experiences include answering telephones and assisting callers, providing information to therapists regarding referrals, developing knowledge of clients and working on marketing/advocacy presentations. Students will also learn billing and scheduling software and help maintain client data, staff data, and provider notes, as well as assist HR department with payroll and develop marketing materials. Students may also help with office management, organizing supplies, maintaining equipment and learning about customer support, and HIPAA confidentiality requirements. . Bachelor level experiences range in hours from 100-440 hours, depending on program need.

Work in the Field with Clients
Gain exposure to Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services and enable clients to develop and enhance psychiatric stability, social competencies, personal and emotional adjustment, and independent living and community skills when these abilities are impaired by the symptoms of mental illness. These activities are to help restore a clients’ skills for managing their illness and everyday independent living. Assist and support clients in areas such as basic social and independent living skills as well as mental illness symptoms management.

Provide basic and independent living skills, assessment and monitoring in the areas identified in the clients Diagnostic Assessment, Functional Assessment, and implementation of Treatment Plan. Provide services one-to-one in the recipient’s home and in the community. Maintain records of progress notes for each face-to-face meeting with client and providers. Complete daily & weekly reports including an assessment of client’s ability to function and manage the symptoms of his/her illness based on intervention and interaction with the client. Assist clients to create a treatment plan with clear and realistic goals/objectives.

Clinic Patient Care Coordination
This opportunity shadows and assists our Care Manager team. This team ensures that clinicians are up to date with case information and collaborate with patients’ families, friends, and caretakers to effectively share information. The Care Manager will continually develop a network of quality providers outside of the clinics and keep accurate patient records. Involves assists in linking patients to community programs and services, such as housing and self-management programs.

The goal is to build relationships with clients and be able to guide patients through the healthcare system, while simultaneously cultivating relationships with Natalis Psychology clinicians.

For further information, please send a CV and letter of interest to cmork@natalispsychology.com

MASTERS LEVEL

Open to individuals seeking internship/practicum that are completing a master’s degree in Psychology, Community Mental Health Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, Social Work, and affiliated programs.

We offer community mental health experiences with a variety of client, across all age groups.  As a member of a multidisciplinary team and under the supervision of a qualified clinical supervisor, Mental Health Practitioners/Clinical Trainees will learn and perform mental health screening, diagnostic assessment, treatment planning, individual and group psychotherapy, marriage and family therapy, client psychoeducation, electronic client record documentation, multidisciplinary clinical consultation, community education, and coordination of services.

  • Minimum of 20 hours per week and total of 600-900 hours (depending on University program requirements)
  • Weekly clinical supervision
  • Weekly case consultation and case presentation

For more information on Student Opportunities, contact ann@natalispsychology.com

DOCTORAL: PRACTICUMS

This opportunity offers a deeper, more profound level of work that may include individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy, and psychological testing and assessment. We support clinical growth and theoretical exploration, while honing deeper assessment skills, whether through reflective practice or exploring psychometrics, full battery test administration, and/or synthesized report writing. Natalis Psychology is a generalist practice that encourages individual clinical exploration and supports growth edges and challenges. The ideal candidate is a self-starter and eager to embark on clinical practice and leadership.

This opportunity requires a minimum of 20 hours per week for a full academic year.

  • Weekly individual clinical supervision
  • Weekly case consultation
  • Clinical case presentation
  • Clinical workshop presentation
  • Journal Club

For more information on Student Opportunities, contact ann@natalispsychology.com

DOCTORAL: INTERNSHIPS

The Doctoral Psychology Internship at Natalis Psychology is available to doctoral level Ph.D. and Psy.D. graduate students. It is a 2,000 hour training requirement that involves a one-year, full-time commitment to on-site training. The intern can arrange to take clinic scheduled holidays and approximately two weeks of vacation time. Psychology students are also allowed two hours per week to work on their dissertations or research of their choice.

Natalis’ point of focus is assessment and testing, and interns will get experience in testing and therapy. The specific expectations of the internship and arrangement of time and training content must be approved by Natalis, the student, and the graduate school program. A stipend is available to Doctoral Psychology students in training at the clinic.

Natalis is moving toward APA accreditation, and is also a member of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC). All applicants must apply through the website. Please see the Internship Handbook below for additional information on how to apply.

Download TCPIC Internship Brochure 2020 – 2021

POST DOCTORAL RESIDENT

Candidate would build a full-time caseload (25-27client hours/week) and, documentation, coordination of client care, assessment, supervision meetings, and training education opportunities.

We encourage Residents to apply who are passionate about developing their own specialties within our expanding client reach (therapy with families, couples, adolescent girls). Perfect for a Post-Doc who would like to learn about private practice. Post-Doc would be joining an established and supportive team, including several other students.

  • Weekly clinical supervision
  • Weekly Case consultation

For more information on Student Opportunities, contact ann@natalispsychology.com

Psychiatry

Student opportunities are geared toward Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants. Requirements vary depending an academic need (please contact the training coordinator if you have a specific question), and typically are focused on a full-time rotation in the clinic for a month. Experience can include:

  • Shadowing mental health clinicians
  • Observing Intensive Outpatient Programming (IOP)
  • Observing a Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT) skills Group of staff consultation group
  • Participation in clinic case consultation
  • Shadowing a prescriber, meet with their clients, complete clinical charting, and medication evaluation.

For more information on Student Opportunities, contact ann@natalispsychology.com

CONTINUING EDUCATION AND CLINICAL ENRICHMENT

Natalis Psychology also provides many opportunities to continue to learn and improve skills, including regular continuing education credits. Some examples include Student Workshops, Free CEUs, Staff In-Services, Journal Club and more.

For more information on Continuing Education enrollment, contact ann@natalispsychology.com

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