Mental Health Counselor jobs in Tacoma, WA

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Clinician - Adult/Older Adult Focus
Valley Cities - Auburn, WA
This position provides an array of services to assist children, adults, and families cope with complicated mental health situations in the most effective way...
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Full Time Mental Health Specialist-Day Shift
Navos 13 reviews - Seattle, WA
$13.52 - $23.09 an hour
A Bachelor Degree in Behavior Sciences (preferred), Associate Degree/CNA License with two years experience in a psychiatric/medical setting or High School...
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COD Clinician
Valley Cities - Auburn, WA
Must provide the knowledge, skills and attitudes of a Chemical Dependency Professional and a Mental Health Professional....
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INSTITUTION COUNSELOR 2 (11433)

State of Washington 59 reviews - Lakewood, WA
$2,676 - $3,478 a month
Western State Hospital needs a new team member to fill our vacant Institution Counselor 2 position located in our Habilitative Mental Health Department (HMH) on...

READJUSTMENT COUNSELING THERAPIST (Tacoma Vet Center)

Department of Veterans Affairs 1,245 reviews - Tacoma, WA
Participates in conjoint emergency treatment with medical facility mental health personnel. The Readjustment Counseling Therapist (Military Sexual Trauma...

Mental Health Professional

Behavioral Health 28 reviews - Lakewood, WA  +1 location
$20.75 - $25.31 an hour
Previous experience providing mental health counseling services preferred. And proof of a safe driving record (which meets established MHS Standards) obtained...

Mental Health Therapist 1 - Adult Outpatient Services

Greater Lakes Mental Health Care - Lakewood, WA 98499
Must have a current mental health credential from the state Department of Health (DOH) or be eligible for the DOH Agency Affiliated Counselor credential....

Peer CounselorMental Health Technician

Metropolitan Development Council 12 reviews - Tacoma, WA
Customer Service – Demonstrate a positive attitude and efforts toward meeting the needs of internal and external customers, employing ethical standards and the...

Licensed Mental Health Therapist

SEA MAR - Tacoma, WA
Individual must possess a Mental Health Counselor License (LMHC), Marriage and Family Therapist License (LMFT), or be a Licensed Social Worker....
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Crisis Therapist Mental Health

Behavioral Health 28 reviews - Puyallup, WA
$20.75 - $25.31 an hour
Current Washington State Drivers License, proof of a safe driving record (which meets established MHS Standards) obtained by a motor vehicle report from the...

Mental Health Therapist

Catholic Health Initiatives 179 reviews - Tacoma, WA
Mental Health (Non-Nursing). We are part of Catholic Health Initiatives, one of the largest not-for-profit health care systems in the country....

Counselor II/III - Generalist

Puyallup Tribal Health Authority 7 reviews - Tacoma, WA 98404 (Eastside-Enact area)
In addition to the requirements above, must have a current Washington State Associate license as a Mental Health Counselor, Social Worker or Marriage and Family...
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Dually Credentialed Mental Health Professional

Metropolitan Development Council 12 reviews - Tacoma, WA
Current mental health credential from the state Department of Health (DOH) or is eligible for the DOH Agency Affiliated Counselor credential....
Care Coordinator
Valley Cities - Auburn, WA
Care Coordination/Mental Health:. Orients and educates clients and their families by meeting them; Electronic health record experience a plus....
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Mental Health Technician salaries in Tacoma, WA

$22.51 per hour

12.8% higher than national average

$17.73 $28.58
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Salary data based on 2 employees and 65 jobs

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The mission of Navos is to improve the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness by providing a broad continuum of care.