Colorado Christian University
Colorado Christian University
Mental Health – Adult/Alumni Careers

Mental Health – Adult/Alumni Careers

Job Listings

From direct patient care, counseling, and research-driven psychology, these opportunities allow you to provide much needed care for people with disabilities, addictions, or mental illness.

LEAD BEHAVIORAL TECHNICIAN: Pay: $30-40/hour; hours: Part-Time or Full-Time; REF #1199

The Lead Behavioral Technician will provide clinical skills instruction and behavior reduction protocols based upon the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis to children with Autism and related developmental disabilities in the home, community, and school settings. The Lead Behavioral Technician will be responsible for drawing upon their experience in the field to educate and train new staff on professional and clinical skills as well as client protocols. The Lead Behavioral Technician will serve as the facilitator for the client team by facilitating communication between all team members, leading team meetings, managing and disseminating client data, and ensuring that all team members have the necessary support, training, and materials to assist the client in reaching their full potential. Requirements: 1,500 hours of direct supervised training or experience in Applied Behavior Analysis, Bachelor’s Degree, and BCBA Certifications. Contact EMS with the reference number of the position you are interested in through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Pay: $30-40/hour

Hours: Part-Time or Full-Time

Location: Lakewood

REF #1199

MARRIAGE COUNSELING SPECIALIST: Pay: Commission-based; hours: Varies; REF#1206

This Christian counseling clinic is looking for a male licensed counselor to join their fun and supportive team! They want someone who is experienced and passionate about saving marriages and able to work with other clinical concerns. The ideal candidate has evening availability and wants to be in private practice without the hassles of self-employment. This organization places a high value on research-based practice, ethics and Christian integrity. Regular trainings, informal consultation, and marketing support are offered. Therapist will be a W-2 employee, with commission-based salary. Partially-subsidized health insurance is available once you see 20+ clients a week. Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Pay: Commission-based

Hours: Varies

Location: Castle Rock


YOUTH COUNSELOR POSITIONS–Pay: $12.50–$15.60; hours: Full-Time; REF #698-703

These Youth Counselor positions each provide a therapeutic balance of nurturing and limit-setting, demonstrating an understanding of the emotional needs of the children. Each of these positions are responsible for implementing treatment plans for children with multiple emotional needs and/or mental health concerns in a structured environment in various ways. Each position requires the equivalent of a psychology degree. Contact EMS ;with the reference number of the position(s) you are interested in through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Youth Transition Counselor REF #698

Night Youth Treatment Counselor REF #699

Education Youth Transition Counselor REF #700

Sub Youth Transition Counselor REF #701

Family and School Support Specialist REF #703

Pay: $12.50 - $15.60

Hours: Full-time

Location: Denver

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