Vita Health Services is on a mission to improve access to high quality mental health care and suicide services for adolescents, families, and adults. Our suicide care interventions, general therapy and psychiatry services are delivered through our telehealth platform.We are a group of highly skilled, compassionate and dedicated clinicians focused on meeting our patients where they are and helping improve the patient’s quality of life through the use of evidence based mental health care. We utilize research and consult with experts in the field to guide our proprietary interventions and services. We partner with primary care providers, health plans, colleges and universities, major health systems, and other community providers across the nation to ensure our services are accessible, affordable, and timely. We know you have many choices where to work. We are committed to delivering the best employment experience to our team, all who work remotely.

Why should you choose Vita Health? 

As a Vita therapist, you will be empowered with new clinical methods and ample administrative support. You’ll be trained in our innovative care pathways to strengthen your skills to treat clinical issues. You’ll have access to cutting-edge clinical tools, including outcome measures, to guide care effectively. You’ll be able to focus on providing therapy while we do the rest. We know you have many choices where to work. We are committed to delivering the best employment experience to our team, all who work remotely. We understand that in order to provide high quality care, clinicians benefit from a collaborative work environment with the tools and resources to thrive! 

Team overview:

 Join a team of some of the best behavioral health clinicians from across the country to deliver evidence based care for patients with acute suicidality and other mental health conditions. Utilize our evidence based protocols that demonstrate risk reduction. All work is delivered in a telehealth setting.


  • Must hold an advanced degree of MA, in Social Work, Counseling, or other Behavioral Science.
  • Must hold an active license in Connecticut  as an LPC, LCSW and LMFT.
  • Demonstrated experience using evidence based methodologies to appropriately diagnose and treat mental health conditions; delivery of care that is outcomes focused.
  • Proven experience providing compassionate, patient centered therapy (individual, couples, groups) across the life cycle from adolescents to adults. Telehealth experience strongly preferred.
  • Willingness to participate in training and commitment to deliver manualized protocol for our evidenced-based care pathways for suicide risk reduction.
  • Advanced proficiency using a computer and navigating technology (Google suite, EHRs).
  • Strong written and verbal communication and clinical documentation skills.
  • Be comfortable to work from home with reliable internet connection and maintain patient privacy and confidentiality; meet all HIPAA requirements.



  • Full time: 40 hour week position with 30 hours of direct clinical care delivery and 10 hours of admin/training/consultation/documentation time. 23 of direct care hours are during PEAK time which is between the hours of 2-8pm M-F or anytime on Sat/Sun.
  • Conduct initial evaluations and then provide ongoing individual, couple, family, group therapy through video-based telehealth sessions to adolescents and adults.
  • Participate in onboarding and training in our evidence-based care pathways and deliver models as trained including our suicide care protocols, interventions, risk assessments.
  • Complete all required screening tools and clinical chart documentation in a timely manner.
  • Attend individual supervision/consultation once per month to review caseload.
  • Attend Suicide Care Consultation Group minimally once per month to drive positive outcomes and adherence to care model. Willingness to meet with a learning coach as needed.
  • Additional duties as assigned.


*Compensation: $68,000- $85,000 annual, plus performance incentive opportunities

Actual compensation is determined by factors such as experience level, evidence based certifications, licensures, language proficiency etc.


  • Generous paid time off - 22 days accrued paid vacation
  • 8 days of paid sick time
  • 8 paid holidays
  • 401k with match available after 3 months of service
  • CEU reimbursement up to $500/yr
  • Medical, dental and vision, with company contribution
  • EAP benefitsLife insurance, long term/short term disability, and accidental death insurance
  • Malpractice insurance coverage
  • Employee referral program - receive up to $1000 if your referral is hired


  • Salaried role with opportunity to earn additional performance incentives
  • Remote freedom from within the US
  • Practice your expertise without the hassle of marketing, credentialing, or billing. We handle that for you
  • Collaboration and training with an expert clinical team and live support/consultation for urgent needs
  • Opportunity to be cross licensed - We reimburse all associated expenses and guide you through the process. We pay for license renewals.
  • Laptop provided

Please be alert for potential recruitment fraud. To confirm open roles, please view our Careers Page: All correspondence will come from email addresses and will never come from @gmail or other email services. Vita Health will never ask you to download software, pay money or provide banking information.

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