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Clinician – Kids On Up Psychotherapy


Kids On Up Psychotherapy has an open position for a clinician in our private practice. This position begins as part-time and grows according to your preference, with full-time benefits applying once 23+ direct client hours per week are achieved. Supervision for LCSWAs is included.

Kids On Up is a psychotherapy practice serving all ages, with a special focus on school-age children and adolescents and their families, young adults, and adults with developmental disabilities. We commonly treat ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, mood and anxiety disorders, and offer help through difficult transitions. We run multiple social skills therapy groups year round.  Please check out our practice website:

Applicant Requirements: Masters degree or higher, and a license to practice mental health in NC (including LCSW, LCSW-A, Ph.D, MFT, LPC), and clinical experience working with children, adolescents and families. 

Highly encouraged to apply: Clinicians with group therapy experience, Medicaid credentialed in NC, underrepresented minorities, multi-lingual speakers, and males.

Psychotherapist Responsibilities

Clinician will practice individual and group outpatient psychotherapy.

The clinical position requires that the employee stay within network and uphold appropriate certifications with NC Medicaid insurance plans.

Clinician will be expected to prepare and maintain all required treatment records and reports and ensure that all records meet health insurance standards of medical necessity.

Clinician will be expected to maintain confidentiality of records relating to therapist-client relationship and follow standards for all federal HIPAA compliance.

Clinician is also responsible for maintaining positive client relationships and keeping clients as long as clinical needs suggest.

Solomon Kobes, LCSW