Employment Opportunities

Capital Counseling needs highly skilled, professional and compassionate individuals to help us achieve our mission.

While we offer competitive pay, excellent benefits, and a comfortable working environment, we are also a community-oriented not-for-profit organization. As such, we highly value those who are committed to helping those in need, and to building a supportive culture, because it is in their heart to do so.

Current Career Listings

Title Description Full Posting
Psychotherapist
Candidates must be currently licensed practicing Psychologists, Social Workers, and Mental Health Counselors who have active provider status with regional health plans.
Responsibilities include some combination of individual, family, child and group therapy based upon experience. The capacity to complete therapeutic assessments, assess therapeutic needs, develop, update and review treatment plans, and implement therapeutic treatment modalities in a culturally competent and compassionate manner is vital.
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EAP Counselor
The right candidate will provide counseling in the EAP program across a rich and dynamic clinical environment that combines direct client counseling, web and tele-counseling, group support and mental health training and awareness.
Appropriate candidates will have a minimum of a Master’s degree, broad credentials including Psychologist, Social Worker, or Mental Health Counselor, and experience working with an employee assistance program. NYS Licensing is not required but is preferable.
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Community Clinician
If you are a licensed master’s level therapist and enjoy meeting clients in their home at a time when you can have a powerful positive impact, and you have a flexible schedule, then we have an opportunity for you!
We are hiring Professional Clinicians for our unique Community Transitions Program.
The primary role of this position is to support clients in a successful transition to outpatient care following a psychiatric hospital admission. This is accomplished through clinical assessment, identification of needs that could lead to unnecessary re-hospitalization, education, safety planning, and care management coordination.
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Next Steps

Inquire about Capital Counseling careers, or submit your résumé.