Valera Health is a leading tele-mental health service provider, utilizing cutting-edge digital technology and carefully cultivated teams to deliver top-tier, behavioral healthcare. We believe that mental health care should be simple, accessible, and affordable.

Why Valera:

Our Purpose: to provide compassionate mental health care to those who need it the most, when they need it the most.

Mission Driven: We know that behavioral healthcare isn’t one-size-fits-all, and we've tailored our complete care model to meet the needs of the individual. We believe that no one should be excluded from receiving the care they need, and our diverse team reflects the change we bring to the space.

Culture: At the core of our culture lies a profound commitment to fostering a spirit of teamwork, dedication to continuous learning, a devotion to integrity, and a pursuit of delivering the highest quality mental healthcare services. Our ethos is rooted in nurturing your personal and professional growth, as we champion the principles of inclusivity and equity in all that we do.

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Mental Health Therapist - LCSW/LICSW, LMHC/LPC, LMFT and/or the state equivalent of an independent license. 

Responsibilities of Mental Health Therapist:

  • Rendering evidence–based therapeutic treatment to patients 
  • Providing an array of mental health services to promote individualized patient recovery primarily through telehealth video or telephone
  • Conducting intakes, individual, group, and family therapy when applicable
  • Providing mental health assessments, counseling, referrals, and intervention services
  • Completing and maintaining documentation in a timely and accurate manner and according to Federal, State and company guidelines

Qualifications of a Mental Health Therapist:

  • Active LCSW, LICSW, LASW, LMHC, LPC, LCMHC, LPCI, LCPC, LMFT and/or state equivalent of independent license. 
  • 1 year of demonstrated psychotherapy experience using evidence-based treatment
  • 1 year of experience with documenting and treatment planning within an EMR
  • Access to a computer, webcam, reliable internet connection and private, quiet space for sessions 

Preferred Requirements of a Mental Health Therapist:

  • Bilingual in Spanish or Chinese 
  • EMDR
  • DBT
  • Prior tele-health or remote experience 
  • Reliable self-starter who is able to work independently and also as part of a team
  • Strong engagement and assessment skills to work with a diverse range of patients

Compensation:

In compliance with all states and cities that require transparency of pay, the compensation for this position ranges from $58,000 - $89,000. Note wages may vary based on license level, productivity, experience, location, and skills. We also have Hybrid (productivity based) and contractor rates available. 

Benefits include but not limited to:

  • Health Insurance
  • Vision/Dental
  • 401k
  • Paid Time Off
  • STD
  • Life Insurance
  • And many more

Be part of our mission!

We are very proud of the work that we do and it takes a great team to make it happen! If you are interested in one of our open positions, we’d love to start the conversation.

We hire people from all backgrounds because that’s what it takes to build a team that can reach and support those in need of high-quality behavioral healthcare. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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