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Moran - Houston, TX
Graduate Degree


Catholic Charities is looking for the right people; people who wish to serve their community as a part of a family friendly organization doing good within the Houston-Galveston area. We attract and retain the best talent by investing in our employees. People of all faiths helping people in need.


Join the Counseling Department of Catholic Charities Archdiocese Galveston - Houston Team as it is seeking a Clinician.  The Clinician ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­may be responsible for providing any of the following services: trauma informed individual, family, couples/marital, group counseling, and/or psychoeducational training, presentations, or workshops to clients. The clinician is responsible for completing documentation, reporting requirements and maintaining professional licensure. This position may be assigned to provide oversight and/or serve as a preceptor to graduate level interns. 


The successful candidate should have strong communication skills, organizational skills, and time management skills. As an employee of Catholic Charities, it is expected that the Clinician become familiar with the Catholic Social Teachings and promote the integration of these values into the program’s services.



The Expertise We Are Looking For

The Expertise We're Looking For


  • You have a Master’s degree in mental health field, (Social Work, Counseling, or Marriage & Family Therapy).

  • You are licensed by the State of Texas as LPC Associate or LMFT Associate or LMSW in good standing with the respective board. 

  • You have a minimum of six (6) months of experience providing direct clinical services in a mental health setting

  • You are bilingual in English and Spanish

  • You have a valid Texas Driver’s License


The Skills and Assets You Bring, and More     


  • You have strong verbal and written communication skills.      

  • You have the ability to work under pressure and manage multiple deadlines concurrently.

  • You have the ability to properly handle and maintain confidential information.

  • You interact with peers, supervisors, and administrators in a respectful and professional manner.

  • You have the ability to work well within a team and provide services with an integrated approach.

  • You have the ability to face challenges with a solution-focused approach and maintain a positive attitude.

  • You have the ability to gather, track, and report large quantities of data; must be well organized and timely.

  • You have knowledge and experience with Word and Excel spreadsheet and word processing programs.


What you Deliver


  • You utilize clinical skills including screening, conducting assessment, diagnosis, documentation, developing and implementing treatment plans, providing referrals; reporting abuse and/or neglect, or suspicion of such safety concerns to the appropriate authorities. May provide individual and/or group counseling. Participates and provides in workshops and presentations and may supervise an assigned intern/student to ensure compliance with ethical practices and promote professional growth. Participate in all mandatory agency, funder or regulatory meeting. Participate in case staffing and consultation.

  • You complete required documentation of client progress within required timeframes, maintaining client records in accordance with regulatory/agency standards. Completing data entry tasks associated with tracking measurable outcomes and performance management.. 

  • You participate in training and maintain professional licensure per position/funder requirements. Provide training and presentations as required by your supervisor, program, agency and/or funder

  • You participate in interagency and community networking, outreach, and program promotion opportunities. Contributes to the development of strong interagency partnerships by serving clients referred by fellow agency programs and regularly communicating with client case managers and other staff to provide effective treatment. Performs other duties as required such as participating in staff retreats, United Way tours, agency fairs and speaking engagements, assisting with special organizational projects/events, etc.


Catholic Charities is an equal opportunity employer.  We actively foster an environment that is free of racism, discrimination, bias, and harassment where all individuals are treated with dignity, safety, and respect.  Successful applicant must comply with federal contractor vaccine mandate requirements.


The work you do will help us advocate for the vulnerable among us, a network of support services to people of all ages and from all walks of life and religious backgrounds.