A career at Mentis is fulfilling both personally and professionally.

Mentis’ mission is to provide affordable, bilingual, and accessible mental health services for people of all ages. If you are interested in applying for a position, please send a cover letter and resume to jobs@mentisnapa.org.

Please see below for current openings.

About us
Mentis, una agencia privada sin fines de lucro ubicada en el hermoso Valle de Napa, busca un terapeuta de salud mental bilingüe (español / inglés) para brindar servicios de tratamiento de salud mental en nuestra oficina, a una clientela diversa de todas las edades y que están lidiando con múltiples y complejos estresores psicosociales. Esta es una oportunidad única para un terapista que quiera adquirir una amplia experiencia trabajando con adolescentes, adultos, parejas y familias.

Mentis, a private non-profit agency located in the beautiful Napa Valley, seeks a Bi-lingual
Mental Health Therapist (Spanish/English) to provide mental health treatment services at our office to diverse clientele of all ages who are coping with multiple and complex psychosocial stressors. This is a unique opportunity for a clinician that wants to gain broad experience working with teens, adults, couples, and families.
Our work environment includes:
• Growth opportunities
• Work-from-home days

 

Department: Schools and Clinic

Position: Clinic Bilingual Mental Health Therapist

Reports to: Senior Schools Program Manager

 

Summary: The Mental Health Therapist offers guidance and support to individuals, couples, families and groups who are dealing with issues that affect their mental health and well-being.

The position requires a master’s degree or clinical license in Social Work, Counseling, or Psychology. The agency offers supervision for interns that are seeking clinical hours toward licensure. We provide individual supervision and group consultation on a weekly basis. This job is a great opportunity to enjoy clinical work with a supportive team.
The position is 40 hours per week with a competitive salary experience and excellent benefit package. We offer a very generous holiday schedule as well as schedule flexibility, both of which are designed to encourage good self-care practices and a healthy work-life balance.

 

Benefits for our regular full-time employees include the following:
· Earn up to 12 vacation days per year.
· Earn up to 10 sick days per year.
· Enjoy 12 holidays per year, plus 3 days of winter break.
· Up to 90% paid premium for medical.
· Fully covered dental premium.
· Vision Plan.
· EAP Plan.
· 401k retirement plan (available to part-time employees as well).
· Annual training allowance.
· Paid time off for training.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:
· Provide on-site therapeutic services to individuals, couples and families
· Facilitate off-site groups in collaboration with agency partners
· Manage an active caseload of 50% client contact and 50% documentation/collateral contacts/coordination of care
· Case conceptualization with referrals to other providers when appropriate
· Participate in weekly supervision and/or clinical case consultation meetings
· Maintain accurate service records for billing and data tracking purposes
· Provide mental health support during time of community disaster and crisis based upon availability and capacity
· Engage in regular case consultation with peers and clinical director when necessary

Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:
· Considerable knowledge of techniques and principles of individual, family and group therapy in addition to experience practicing cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma response and trauma focused interventions, and child abuse and domestic violence.
· Knowledge of community resources throughout Napa County.
· Strong communication skills both verbal and written.
· Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
· Maintain professional and ethical standards
· Comfortable with Microsoft Office programs and electronic communication methods as well as web-based databases

Minimum Qualifications:
· Completion of Master’s degree coursework and internships in clinical program with continuing education coursework
· Registered intern, license eligible, or licensed by the California State Board of Behavioral Sciences
· Experience in coordination of clinical services
· Ability to be flexible in a variety of work settings
· Ability to provide proof of automobile insurance if conducting agency business with personal vehicle and proof of personal malpractice insurance

 

Compensation: $30/hr. – $36/hr.

 

Please submit your resume and cover letter to jobs@mentisnapa.org

 

 

California Pay Transparency Disclaimer: This is a nonexempt position. The pay range for this position is $30.00/hour – $36/hour. Actual placement within range will be contingent upon several factors, including but not limited to the candidate’s qualifications, education, experience, internal equity, and alignment with market data.
Mentis is an equal opportunity employer who does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

 

Department: Mental Health

Position: Youth Mental Health Therapist

Reports to: Senior Schools Program Manager  

Employment Type: Non-Exempt

Summary:  Mentis, a private non-profit agency in Napa County, is looking to hire a mental health therapist to work in our youth programs. This position involves providing direct individual and group-focused services/mental health treatment, including case management and intensive care coordination to children and youth ages 5-20. Services in this program will be provided in the community, home, or clinic setting, depending on client’s accessibility needs.

The position requires a master’s level trainee at minimum, while a degree or clinical license in Social Work, Counseling, or Psychology is preferred. The agency offers supervision for trainees and interns that are seeking clinical hours toward graduate program or licensure. We provide individual supervision and group consultation on a weekly basis. This job is a great opportunity to enjoy clinical work with a supportive interdisciplinary team.

The position is 24-40 hours per week with a competitive salary experience and excellent benefit package. We offer a very generous holiday schedule as well as schedule flexibility, both of which are designed to encourage good self-care practices and healthy work-life balance.

Benefits for our regular full-time employees include the following:

  • Earn up to 12 vacation days per year.
  • Earn up to 10 sick days per year.
  • Enjoy 12 holidays per year, plus 3 days of winter break.
  • Up to 90% paid premium for medical.
  • Fully covered dental premium.
  • Vision Plan.
  • EAP Plan.
  • 401k retirement plan (available to part-time employees as well).
  • Annual training allowance.
  • Paid time off for training.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provides direct mental health services to individuals and families, and group therapy sessions.
  • Provides case management and care coordination within family team context.
  • Provide crisis intervention and stabilization.
  • Provides services on-site per the youth need. Services may be implemented in the school setting, home setting, youth detention facility, or at our Clinic location.
  • Provides complete and timely required documentation to support services rendered, including: assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, and discharge summaries.
  • Participates in the collection of mental health information and client outcome data to be used for monitoring the overall performance and effectiveness of services provided.
  • Manage an active caseload of 50% client contact and 50% documentation/collateral contacts/coordination of care.
  • Ability to work from home on Wednesdays, with the exception of the first Wednesday of the month.
  • Attend regularly scheduled team meetings with agency and community partner staff to coordinate care for youth.
  • Participate in weekly supervision and/or clinical case consultation meetings.

Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:

  • Knowledge of techniques and principles of individual, family and group therapy in addition to experience using evidenced based practices such as cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, motivational interviewing, and trauma informed care interventions.
  • Knowledge of community resources throughout Napa County.
  • Good communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
  • Maintain professional and ethical standards
  • Comfortable with Microsoft Office programs and electronic communication methods, as well as web-based databases.
  • Ability to work as part of a team within the agency, and collaborate with community partners.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Master’s program Trainee in counseling, social work, or psychology. Completion of Master’s degree preferred.
  • Registered intern or license eligible by the California State Board of Behavioral Sciences as social worker, marriage family therapist, psychologist, or professional counselor preferred.
  • Experience working with kids, ideally in community settings, is a plus.
  • Ability to be flexible in a variety of work settings.
  • Experience with Medi-Cal billing is a plus

Compensation: $30-40 DOE, language ability, and licensure status

 

Please submit your resume and cover letter to jobs@mentisnapa.org

 

 

California Pay Transparency Disclaimer: This is a nonexempt position. The pay range for this position is $30.00/hour – $40/hour. Actual placement within range will be contingent upon several factors, including but not limited to the candidate’s qualifications, education, experience, internal equity, and alignment with market data.
Mentis is an equal opportunity employer who does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

 

Department: Mental Health

Position: LGBTQ informed Mental Health Therapist

Reports to: Senior Schools Program Manager  

Employment Type: Non-Exempt

SummaryMentis, a private non-profit agency in Napa County, is looking to hire a mental health therapist to provide early intervention and mental health treatment for

LGBTQ+ youth and their caregivers. This position involves providing direct individual and group-focused services/mental health treatment and understanding of the clinical nature of the unique stressors impacting this population. Services will be provided in community and clinical settings, including embedded at a community agency partner (OnTheMove) site that specializes in working with LGBTQ youth.

The position requires a master’s degree or clinical license in Social Work, Counseling, or Psychology. The agency offers supervision for interns that are seeking clinical hours toward licensure. We provide individual supervision and group consultation on a weekly basis. This job is a great opportunity to enjoy clinical work in a collaborative setting, with a supportive team.

The position is 32-40 hours per week with a competitive salary experience and excellent benefit package. We offer a very generous holiday schedule as well as schedule flexibility, both of which are designed to encourage good self-care practices and a healthy work-life balance.

 

Benefits for our regular full-time employees include the following:

  • Earn up to 12 vacation days per year.
  • Earn up to 10 sick days per year.
  • Enjoy 12 holidays per year, plus 3 days of winter break.
  • Up to 90% paid premium for medical.
  • Fully covered dental premium.
  • Vision Plan.
  • EAP Plan.
  • 401k retirement plan (available to part-time employees as well).
  • Annual training allowance.
  • Paid time off for training.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provides direct mental health services to individuals and families, and group therapy sessions.
  • Provides services in a community, clinical, and partnering agency sites
  • Ability to work from home on Wednesdays, with the exception of the first Wednesday morning of the month when the agency staff meeting is held.
  • Provides complete and timely documentation to support services rendered.
  • Completes required clinical documentation, including: assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, and discharge summaries.
  • Manage an active caseload of 60% client contact and 40% documentation/collateral contacts/coordination of care 
  • Attend regularly scheduled meetings with internal and community agency staff to coordinate care for clients.
  • Provides consultation for internal and community staff regarding mental health issues and appropriate service determination.
  • Participate in weekly supervision and/or clinical case consultation meetings.
  • Participates in the collection of mental health information and student outcomes data to be used for monitoring the overall performance and effectiveness of services provided.

Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:

  • Knowledge of techniques and principles of individual, family and group therapy in addition to experience using evidenced based practices such as cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, motivational interviewing, and trauma informed care interventions.
  • Knowledge of universal stressors pertaining to youth, and those specific to the LGBTQ+ population.
  • Knowledge of community resources throughout Napa County.
  • Good communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
  • Maintain professional and ethical standards
  • Comfortable with Microsoft Office programs and electronic communication methods, as well as web-based databases.
  • Ability to work as part of a team within the agency and collaborate effectively with community partners.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Master’s program Trainee in counseling, social work, or psychology. Completion of Master’s degree preferred.
  • Registered intern or license eligible by the California State Board of Behavioral Sciences as social worker, marriage family therapist, psychologist, or professional counselor preferred.
  • Experience working with youth, particularly youth identifying within the LGBTQ+ community a plus.
  • Ability to be flexible in a variety of work settings.
  • Experience with Medi-Cal billing is a plus.

Compensation: $30-40 dependent upon clinical experience, language ability (bilingual Spanish), and licensure status

 

Please submit your resume and cover letter to jobs@mentisnapa.org

 

 

California Pay Transparency Disclaimer: This is a nonexempt position. The pay range for this position is $30.00/hour – $40/hour. Actual placement within range will be contingent upon several factors, including but not limited to the candidate’s qualifications, education, experience, internal equity, and alignment with market data.
Mentis is an equal opportunity employer who does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

 

Department: Housing

Position Title: Senior Clinical Case Manager

Reports to: Housing Program Manager

Employment Type: Full-time 32-40 hours, Exempt, salaried and benefitted

 

Position Summary:

The role of the case manager is to undertake assessment, monitoring, symptom management support, goal planning, advocacy and linking of the consumer with rehabilitation and support services. This position supports the program manager with clinical oversight of clients. This position shares on-call responsibilities.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:  

This person will work full-time in a direct service capacity.  What follows is a list of duties and expectations for the position.

  • Read the Mentis Employee Manual. Implement program goals and objectives.
  • Meet regularly with the Program Manager to clarify client needs, to problem solve, and to coordinate services. Submit vacation requests, time sheets and mileage sheets to the Program Manager.
  • Attend and participate in monthly agency staff meetings.
  • Facilitate weekly treatment team meetings to go over progress, challenges, and offer support with how to best work with clients.
  • Provide liaison support between clients and the landlords in both housing programs.
  • Coordinate with Program Manager in the screening and selection of clients into both housing programs.
  • Collaborate with other providers to arrange intake process and preparation for client move-in.
  • Co-facilitate weekly house meetings in SHP and monthly Community Meetings in PHP with other case managers. Arrange house rotation for case manager facilitation.
  • Schedule individual SHP client meetings at a minimum of once a month. Meet PHP clients in their apartment unit a minimum of once a week. Caseload of approximately 15 clients.
  • Assign and monitor caseloads to other case managers.
  • Provide ongoing guidance, support, advocacy, and resource linkage to address symptom management needs, client acquisition of skills, meet stated goals, maintain stability and placement in housing program.
  • Track client appointments, goal updates, and ROI updates for clients.
  • Provide support to clients in resolving personal issues or problems as needed. Respond to clients when in an emergency or crisis.
  • Participate in on-call rotation with Director of Adult Programs and Housing Program Manager for 1 week a month and additionally when people are on vacation.
  • Meet with SHP clients every six months to review client progress towards achieving identified goals and to review client’s participation in the program.
  • Alert Program Manager as soon as possible when a client has an emergency or is in crisis.
  • Work with Program Manager to collaborate on client behavioral issues as needed.
  • Consult with Director of Adult Programs and Housing Program Manager on client challenges.
  • Provide guidance and training to case management team.
  • Share RUR duties with Program Manager and support in managing the waitlist.
  • Support clients in working through and resolving conflicts with neighbors (PHP) or housemates (SHP).
  • Work collaboratively with others to facilitate consistency and coherency among client’s various service providers, (i.e. doctors/psychiatrists, social workers, Social Security Administration, County Eligibility Department, Vocational Rehabilitation, and some family members, among others.) Arrange case conferences when needed; this should be thought through carefully with Program Manager.
  • Support client’s in applying for housing opportunities.
  • Assist client’s in move in/move out.
  • Write a weekly progress note for each client after each scheduled individual meeting. Document client contact and collaborative contacts.
  • Write weekly house meeting note for assigned house (rotates quarterly). Write note for each client, even if client is not present at house meeting.
  • Maintain clinical documentation according to the standards of the profession and as instructed by program manager.
  • Document identified cases according to MediCal standards when applicable.
  • Participate in annual MediCal compliance training.
  • Attend provider meetings in the community that are applicable to the client’s treatment, care and wellbeing as requested by Housing Program Manager or Director of Adult Programs.
  • Provide and model appropriate boundaries and clear communication.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Demonstrate adequate risk assessment and identification with appropriate responses
  • Rapport building, assessment, planning and intervention
  • Resource identification, advocacy and resource linkage skills
  • Ability to set and keep clear boundaries
  • Ability to exercise good judgement, decision-making and problem-solving skills
  • Good Interpersonal skills with clients, other providers and co-workers
  • Group facilitation skills
  • Conflict resolution skills
  • Ability to appropriately prioritize tasks for and with clients
  • Good written and verbal communication practices
  • Efficient time management with good organizational skills
  • Basic computer skills
  • Ability to work autonomously

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Graduate student in a related field, or completion of Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology or Counseling Preferred.
  • Experience working with mentally ill adults, preferably in a residential setting.
  • Experience in a Medi-Cal funded program is a plus.

 

Benefits for our regular full-time employees include the following:

  • Earn up to 12 vacation days per year.
  • Earn up to 10 sick days per year.
  • Enjoy 12 holidays per year, plus 3 days of winter break.
  • Up to 90% paid premium for medical.
  • Fully covered dental premium.
  • Vision Plan.
  • EAP Plan.
  • 401k retirement plan (available to part-time employees as well).
  • Annual training allowance.
  • Paid time off for training.

 

 

Compensation: $32/hr. – $35/hr.

California Pay Transparency Disclaimer: This is an Exempt position. The pay range for this position is $30/hour – $34/hour.

 

How to apply:

Actual placement within range will be contingent upon several factors, including but not limited to the candidate’s qualifications, education, experience, internal equity, and alignment with market data.

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