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Remote and Hybrid Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinician - $70-$75k

I am recruiting on behalf of a leading behavioral health organization in Massachusetts. They have been established for over 25 years providing care to adults with a range of behavioral and educational diagnoses.


With glowing reviews on the clients they have helped across the years, it is our privilege to support this organization in hiring for remote and hybrid, outpatient behavioral health clinicians.


They are looking for a licensed clinician to join them in their mission of providing high-quality, accessible behavioral health care.

Why us?

  • Join an organization that values clinician autonomy
  • Investment into supervision and development opportunities
  • Strong work-life balance for employees
  • Comprehensive benefits package including health insurance and paid time off
  • Fully remote or hybrid working
  • Strong multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurse practitioners and therapists


  • MSW in social work or other relevant course
  • Experience working remotely preferred
  • Current licensure in Massachusetts


Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: negotiable
Job published: 14/05/2024
Job ID: 33488

Job Description:


Company Description:

Here at Take a Seat we are working with an organization that was established in 1998, their practice provides comprehensive outpatient behavioral health and psychiatric care. Led by a team of experts in the field, including psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, psychologists, therapists, and neuropsychologists, they offer individualized treatment plans for a wide range of mental disorders and emotional difficulties. Their mission is to combat the stigma surrounding mental health and enhance the quality of life for our patients and their families.


  • Master's degree in Social Work, Psychology, or related field
  • LICSW, LMHC, Psychologist, LCSW licenses required


  • Provide psychotherapy and counseling to patients and families
  • Conduct intake and diagnostic assessments
  • Develop treatment plans
  • Collaborate with other providers
  • Complete required documentation


  • Strong work-life balance
  • Schedule flexibility
  • Competitive compensation and benefits package
  • No weekends or on-call required
  • Remote work option
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: negotiable
Job published: 13/05/2024
Job ID: 33489

Behavioral Health Outpatient Clinician – $55,100 – $77,000 Waltham, MA


Are you looking to take your career to the next step?


We are working with a company located in Massachusetts who are ambitious to grow and help more people specifically in the medical, pharmacy, dental, behavioral health and optical sectors.

They were founded in 1974 with the goal of offering support to those who were in need in the surrounding communities with both mental and physical health. Since then, they have flourished into a leading health care provider helping people from all kinds of backgrounds.

The role they are hiring for involves meeting with a wide variety of different clients on a weekly basis providing biopsychosocial assessments, treatment planning and outpatient therapy to patients.

Day to day job role and responsibilities:

  • Serving Around 40 Clients A Week (Providing Biopsychosocial Assessments, Treatment Planning And Outpatient Therapy To Patients
  • Attend Daily Behavioral Health Meetings  
  • Prepare Document Services To Include Behavioral Health Services And Documentation In EHR Based On CRCH Standards

Benefits of this role:

  • Medical, Vision and dental insurance
  • Short & Long-term Disability, and Life insurance
  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • Tickets At Work
  • Travel Reimbursement
  • Health Reimbursement Arrangement

You must have:

  • Ability To Travel Between Both Brighton and Waltham
  • Excellent Interpersonal Skills
  • Ability To Complete Documentation Accurately And On Time


Location: Boston, MA
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: negotiable
Job published: 08/05/2024
Job ID: 33486

Role:Autism Clinical Lead

Salary: £67,500

Location: Remote Working


Take a Seat are partnered with a pioneer in digital mind health. Be part of a high-performance team, crafting seamless digital experiences to revolutionise healthcare. We are seeking a clinical lead to support the growing Autism service, helping to create Gold Standard care in a digital age. Ensuring great healthcare is easily accessible to those that need it.

As a company they are invested in your potential and are flexible in their approach. Helping you to find a work life balance that ensures you can perform at your best and reach your career goals. This is your opportunity to shape the future of healthcare and support those that need your expertise.


  • Report to ND Service Lead
  • Supervise and manage team coordinators
  • Lead training and CPD initiatives
  • Manage complex MDTs
  • Coordinate performance audits
  • Plan capacity and rotas
  • Act as Safeguarding lead
  • Ensure clinical values and consistency across ASC service
  • Clinical liaison with institutional clients


  • ADOS and ADI-R trained with evidence
  • Extensive diagnostic experience, including ADHD
  • Provide recent redacted assessment report
  • Mental health work experience
  • Collaborative mindset
  • Effective communication skills
  • Strong leadership abilities

Additional Details:

  • Salary £67,500 (dependent on experience)
  • Flexible remote working
  • 30 days annual leave + Public holidays pro-rata
  • Health and insurance plan

Be a vital part of a remote team shaping the future of mental health. Embrace the challenge, and let's build something that truly matters—making a difference in people's lives and enabling them to reach their full potential.

Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: negotiable
Job published: 25/03/2024
Job ID: 33470

This position is responsible for providing psychopharmacology services for patients. The Psychiatrist is responsible for assisting the Director of Behavioral Health in reviewing and/or creating all behavioral health medical policies and protocols and for providing input to the Director on all psychiatry-related services. The Psychiatrist functions under the general supervision of the Director of Behavioral Health.

  • Perform thorough psychiatric evaluations and mental status examinations for patients seeking behavioral health services, ensuring comprehensive assessment and diagnosis.
  • Take accountability for prescribing and monitoring medications for patients under care, with a focus on ensuring safe and effective pharmacological interventions.
  • Conduct medication follow-up visits for all evaluated patients, maintaining ongoing monitoring and adjustment of treatment plans as necessary, unless specifically consulting for psychopharmacology, in which case coordinating with primary care providers for follow-up.
  • Facilitate referrals for non-psychiatric physical health issues, maintaining open communication with patients' primary care providers to ensure integrated care and holistic treatment approaches.
  • Offer consultation and support to department staff and in-house providers, including warm hand-offs and collaboration with primary care teams, while also maintaining meticulous clinical documentation in compliance with departmental and licensing standards. Additionally, actively participate in multidisciplinary team meetings, utilization reviews, and quality assurance activities, contribute to the establishment of medical policies within the Behavioral Health department, supervise PMHNP clinical care and documentation, and engage in relevant committees or working groups as directed by the Director, demonstrating a commitment to comprehensive and patient-centered psychiatric care.

Experience & Qualifications:

  • Licensed to practice Adult and/or Child Psychiatry in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
  • Board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, or eligible for such certification.
  • Preference for two years of practice experience, preferably at a FQHC.
  • Bilingual in Spanish and/or Cape Verdean Creole preferred.
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: USD $320,000.00
Job published: 12/03/2024
Job ID: 33463

The position serves in a senior clinical position within integrated services in the Behavioral Health (BH) Department and as the primary Services clinician. The position is responsible for the clinical supervision of the BH integrated counselor position, delivery of integrated behavioral health services to the Primary Care, Urgent Care and OB/GYN Departments, primary integrated care for teen services and management of incoming referrals for BH triage.

  • Collaborate closely with interdisciplinary treatment teams to provide consultation and recommendations for patients' treatment plans.
  • Deliver individual or family counseling to a caseload of patients, addressing diverse psychosocial needs within a primary care setting.
  • Work in partnership with the adolescent health team to identify and deliver psychosocial triage and services, attending various community meetings and building relationships with external agencies to support adolescent social service needs.
  • Support the integration of behavioral health services within primary care, participating in consultation, quality assurance projects, supervision, paperwork/documentation, and providing leadership in managing referrals and appointment scheduling. Additionally, provide clinical supervision, workload management, and program development support to integrated counselors, while maintaining flexibility in schedule to accommodate evening and weekend hours as needed.

Experience & Qualifications:

  • Masters in Social Work, Counseling or a related field, LICSW/LMHC preferred; LICSW/LMHC eligible will be considered.
  • Ability to work cooperatively with others both within the staff team and throughout other departments in an integrated care model.
  • Clinician with solid assessment and crisis intervention skills.
  • Knowledge of trauma-informed care and integrated care desired.
  • Commitment to community service, along with desire to work with a multicultural and diverse patient population.
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: USD $95,000.00
Job published: 12/03/2024
Job ID: 33449

The Director of Behavioral Health oversees the operations of the entire Department. Responsibilities include the development and implementation of trauma-informed, culturally competent behavioral health, addictions, and psychiatry services. In addition, the individual develops and recommends goals and objectives for the Department and prepares and implements policies and procedures. The Director assesses performance in relation to goals and recommends new approaches and policies to effect improvement in the efficiency and scope of services provided. The Director works collaboratively with the Chief Medical Officer and other clinical and operational leadership to ensure effective integration of BH services into Primary Care.


  • Actively engages in committee and working group participation as directed by the Chief Medical Officer, contributing to strategic decision-making processes within the organization.
  • Works closely with senior management to develop and prioritize departmental budgets, ensuring fiscal responsibility and alignment with organizational goals.
  • Assumes responsibility for recruitment, scheduling, and supervision of departmental staff, providing ongoing guidance and training in clinical methodologies.
  • Plays a key role in enhancing the quality of behavioral health services through collaboration on program development, training initiatives, and adherence to best practices, while also overseeing performance evaluations, quality improvement activities, and contract management.


  • Delivers patient care utilizing appropriate treatment modalities across various age groups.
  • Offers clinical supervision to licensed or eligible behavioral health staff, oversees case referrals from primary care providers, and manages staff caseloads to ensure optimal patient access and quality care.

Regulatory and External Representation:

  • Ensures compliance with behavioral health and psychiatry program regulations, including maintaining confidentiality in electronic health records and clinic licensure.
  • Represents the organization at external meetings and prepares for audits and site visits to uphold regulatory standards, collaborating with relevant stakeholders and overseeing adherence to Bureau of Substance Abuse Services and other regulatory requirements.

Experience & Qualifications:

  • Minimum educational level of MSW with full, active licensure in Massachusetts.
  • At least five years of medical or clinical social work practice experience.
  • Prior management or leadership experience, preferably at a FQHC, preferred.
  • Strong commitment to community-based and integrated behavioral health.
  • Bilingual in English with Spanish or Cape Verdean Creole preferred.
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: USD $160,000.00
Job published: 12/03/2024
Job ID: 33448

About Us:

Here at Take a Seat we are an exclusive partner of an award-winning clinic currently embarking on a nationwide project. We require Occupational Therapist’ from all specialties to join some of the most engaging projects in the UK. The clinic operates with a heartfelt, person-centered approach, collaborating closely with our network to drive positive outcomes. Our collective mission at Take a Seat is to wholeheartedly support children and adults throughout the UK in living their best lives.


Role Overview:

Your role is pivotal—conducting assessments, creating reports, and delivering vital treatment to children through to adults. You'll be part of a dynamic multi-disciplinary team, working alongside psychologists, Speech, and Language Therapists, and dedicated Occupational Therapists.


What Sets them apart?


Their UK-based Occupational Therapists are not just skilled; they're driven by a burning passion to uplift children and Adults facing diverse challenges. We're dedicated to enhancing their gross and fine motor skills, visual perception abilities, and sensory regulation skills. Boosting confidence is our mission, ensuring these youngsters actively engage in reaching their maximum potential.

The projects they have won require OTs to work across housing equipment, physical rehab, mental health and educational settings.



  • HCPC Registered
  • Minimum 1-year post-qualification experience
  • Right to work in the UK


Contract Details:

  • Up to £61 per hour
  • Remote / work
  • 12-month contract
  • Dive into 3 dynamic projects


Why Take a Seat?


At Take a Seat, we're in the heart of exclusive partnerships with leading allied health companies across the UK. We offer unbeatable rates and flexible working arrangements, empowering our team to contribute urgently to some of the most dynamic projects in the field.


Not Your Perfect Fit?


Reach out to the Take a Seat team now. We have diverse Allied Health roles across the UK, serving large organistions and niche specialists alike.


Areas We Cover:

  • Education
  • Neuro and Physical Rehab
  • Mental Health
  • Neuro Diversity
  • Housing and Equipment


Join us at Take a Seat and make a positive impact on the lives of people across the UK.


  • Mental Health Care

Employment Type


Location: Remote
Job type: Contract
Emp type: Full-time
Pay interval: Hourly
Pay rate: GBP £50.00
Job published: 12/03/2024
Job ID: 33462

Here at Take a Seat, we are delighted to be partnering with a fantastic independent private practice, whom are doing excellent work for the community of the North West.


Occupational Therapist (Neuro Rehabilitation) - BAND 7


Location: Based in Bury, Lancashire, with community work across the North of England


Salary: Equivalent to NHS Band 7


Contract: 30 – 37.5 hours per week, with possible Term Time only option


They are seeking a full-time Occupational Therapist to join our team, based in Bury, Lancashire, primarily serving the North of England community. This role offers the equivalent of an NHS Band 7 salary. We are a dynamic private practice focused on neuro rehabilitation, seeking an HCPC registered Occupational Therapist with relevant experience.


About The Role:

Conduct comprehensive assessments and prepare detailed reports with recommendations.

Embrace a person-centered approach to ensure optimal client outcomes.

Establish achievable, client-centered goals.

Collaborate with statutory bodies such as local authorities and NHS trusts.

Utilize your expertise and teamwork to achieve the best results.

About You:


Approachable and positive with a proactive mindset.

UK-registered Occupational Therapist with a passion for the field.

Able to work independently and as part of a team.

Interest in or knowledge of the medico-legal sector is advantageous.

Why Join?


They are an independent occupational therapy company dedicated to supporting children and adults with neurological and physical challenges across the North of England.

Location: Clinic
Job type: Contract
Emp type: Full-time
Pay interval: Hourly
Pay rate: GBP £37.00
Job published: 12/03/2024
Job ID: 33460

Independent Special Needs School in North London is seeking an experienced Occupational Therapist (Band 6/7) to join our team. Our school provides education for pupils aged 2 – 19 with varying learning, developmental, and physical difficulties. We prioritize individualized support to ensure every child reaches their full potential and enjoys a fulfilling educational experience.


The ideal candidate will have a strong background in pediatrics and working with special needs, with the ability to provide comprehensive assessment, therapy, and support to individual students and groups. SI training and experience would be advantageous.


HCPC registration is required, and the position is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Job type: Contract
Emp type: Full-time
Pay interval: Hourly
Pay rate: negotiable
Job published: 12/03/2024
Job ID: 33455