About AbleTo

Join our mission-driven organization, where your work matters and a diversity of ideas and backgrounds are welcomed. AbleTo is the leading provider of high quality, technology-enabled behavioral health care. We believe that everyone deserves access to high-quality care and offer a suite of technology-enabled services to empower people to lead better lives through better mental health. A proprietary platform connects individuals with AbleTo highly trained licensed providers who deliver weekly sessions by phone or video supported by an integrated digital experience. Members also have access to mental health coaches, and digital support programs. Our outcomes-focused approach is proven to improve both behavioral and physical health and lower medical costs.

Ready to inspire change and do meaningful work each and every day? As an AbleTo clinical supervisor, you’ll lead an experienced team of talented, licensed therapists (full-time and/or contractors) and ensure they are equipped to provide AbleTo programs to participants across the country, making a lasting impact in the world of behavioral health. 

 

What You’ll Do: 

  • As a leader in a fast-paced environment, you’ll work to ensure that our experienced therapists have what they need to perform at their highest levels, empowering them to thrive in their careers. 
  • Coach the team and provide additional support to our therapists to enable them to deliver high quality care. Encourage a positive, nurturing culture for your team while also overseeing participant safety and satisfaction. 
  • Lend your creative solutions, ideas, and aspirations to clinical or cross-departmental special projects, allowing you to grow professionally. 
  • Provide quality oversight to a team of therapists through advisory meetings, and support the recruitment and onboarding of new AbleTo therapists. 
  • Supervise and ensure that utilization rates of therapists are at target levels.
  • Connect with a diverse community of peers located across the country, giving you access to learn, network and share best practices. 

 

Who You Are:  

  • Master of Social Work with a license to practice clinical social work in a private practice setting; Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or equivalent.
  • Six years of clinical practice, with three to five years of supervisory experience.
  • Holds knowledge of health information related to adult health and mental health, along with an understanding of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and motivational interviewing. 
  • Ability to provide leadership to teams such as mentoring, coaching, and developing a team of therapists within an evidence-based framework. 
  • Has a passion for mental health, and social work and a desire to help others live happier and healthier lives.

 

Why You Should Join Our Team:

We’re proud to be a Great Place to Work-Certified™ company. We want you to show up and feel your best at work, and that means respecting your time outside of work. Our inclusive, flexible workspace prioritizes a work/life balance. We offer competitive salaries, comprehensive health benefits (for full-time employees), and professional perks such as 401K matching, fully funded HRA, and generous time off, including mental health days because your well-being is important to us. 

At AbleTo, we’re empowering people to get better and stay better. Want to join us? Take the next step in your career by applying for our full-time clinical supervisor role today. 

 

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Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice. 

AbleTo is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. AbleTo is an E-Verify company.

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