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Licensed Therapist - with Active License
Small Steps Child CounselingAlbuquerque, NM
License: LMSW (Preferred)MFT (Preferred)LMHC (Preferred)LMFT (Preferred)LCSW (Preferred)LPCC (Preferred)
$25.64 - $51.28 an hour Full-time
Small Steps Child CounselingAlbuquerque, NM
Summary/Objective The bookkeeper is responsible for computing, classifying and recording financial transactions to ensure the financial records of Small Steps are accurate. Counseling Job Description
If you are a passionate, talented school counselor that wants to help children across the country, then maybe it is time to look at our company.
You will be part of a team that provides in-home early intervention specialized services for infants and toddlers where they can naturally learn and develop.
Child Mental Health Therapist
Small Steps Child CounselingAlbuquerque, NM
Child Mental Health Therapist
Licensed Therapist
Small Steps Child CounselingAlbuquerque, NM
Small Steps Child Counseling in Albuquerque, NM is looking to hire Licensed Therapists who currently possess their LMHC, LPCC, LMSW, LCSW, MFT and LMFT.
Licensed Therapist - with Active License - Telehealth
Small Steps Child CounselingAlbuquerque, NM
Small Steps Child Counseling in Albuquerque, NM is looking to hire Licensed Therapists who currently possess their LMHC, LMSW, MFT, LPCC, LCSW, LMFT. ONLY QUALIFIED CURRENT AND ACTIVE NM LICENSED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED FOR INTERVIEWS*.
$25.64 - $51.28 an hour

Company: small steps child counseling in Albuquerque, NM

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