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Amethyst Center for Healing is seeking therapists to join our team:

- $35-$45/hour wage, DOE

- Health, vision and dental with individual premiums covered by agency

- 401k retirement plan with employer matching 

- Flexible, self-determined schedule

- Hybrid format with ability to work remote up to 50% of the time

Job Description for Licensed Therapist

  • Be in alignment with the mission statement and values of Amethyst Center for Healing/My Aunties’ House.
  • Be a positive, professional and knowledgeable point of contact for clients, employees and community partners.
  • Promote wellbeing and growth in the office.
  • Be accountable and responsible for your own mental health and wellness through self care, reaching out for support, being aware of yourself and taking steps to rejuvenate when needed to keep yourself sound and without empathy fatigue.
  • Have a working knowledge of the values, mission and goals of Amethyst.
  • Communicate with other Amethyst employees and managers about ideas you have to bring us more in alignment with manifesting our values and complying with best practices in our industry.
  • Identify needs of clients, yourself, and your team that could be benefited through mental health and wellness.
  • Participate in communication and reporting that will help our clients, team, community partners, funding sources, etc. understand our impact in words that meet their frame of reference.
  • Meet with clients and help them to achieve lifestyle adjustments that will improve their quality of life in accordance with your training as a master’s level clinician or higher.
  • Seek outside trainings to improve and hone your craft.
  • Expand and share your knowledge of therapeutic interventions available that will bring more abundance to our clients, our team and our community.
  • Create treatment plans that will communicate the plan your client has for how to meet the need they wanted to address in therapy. Assure that these plans are up to date by checking on them every 90 days.
  • Keep written notes of your work with clients and the community to communicate your role to the client, team and other invested entities. These will need to be completed in a timely manner.
  • Solicit feedback, especially negative feedback, from clients, team members and community partners about how you can improve in your role. Assess if this feedback is relevant and then adapt your therapeutic style to meet the needs of your profession.
  • Foster healthy relationships with everyone you meet.
  • Empower those who need uplifting.
  • Ask for help and guidance when needed.
  • Keep up with the rules and regulations for your licensure.
  • Other duties as assigned.


Masters' degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or other related field. Fully licensed applicants preferred.

 Amethyst Center for Healing

Motto:  Amethyst Center for Healing: Peaceful Families, Healthy Communities

Mission Statement

We are dedicated to helping individuals, families, and communities recover from trauma and abuse, so that we may all live peaceful, empowered lives.

Values: Peace, Equality, Empowerment

Statement of Purpose

  • To provide evidenced based therapeutic interventions to those seeking help in recovery from trauma, abuse and mental health conditions.
  • To empower individuals and families in the community to work towards living lives free from violence.
  • To promote healthy healing from trauma.
  • To develop, evaluate, and disseminate effective prevention, assessment, and treatment methods.
  • To create programming that addresses multiple levels of risk to domestic violence
  • To collaborate with local, state and national entities with similar missions of reducing the destructive effects of violence on our community.
  • To solicit and receive contributions, purchase, own and sell real and personal property, to make contracts, to invest corporate funds, to spend corporate funds for purposes, and to engage in any activity “in furtherance of, incidental to, or connected with any of the other purposes.”
  • Such other powers as may be exercised by nonprofit organizations under the applicable laws of the State of Utah and are consistent with those powers described in the Utah Nonprofit Corporation and Cooperation Association Act, as amended and supplemented.

Program Philosophy

It is the philosophy of the agency that the business should be run with the same concern and trust for its employees and associates that the staff is expected to demonstrate with clients. An atmosphere that promotes self-determination and self-actualization is tantamount to good therapeutic practices and to the administration of our agency. Wherever possible, services will be determined by client’s clinical needs over monetary motives.

Program Goals

Long Term Goals

  1. Provide affordable high-quality psychotherapy services to our clients regardless of age, race, creed, color, sex, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, marital status, or socioeconomic status.
  2. To create a multi-level domestic violence offender treatment program to address the complex levels of risk and need of the clientele to be served.
  3. To support these services with adequate administration and management policies to foster the growth of the agency and insure the program’s survivability.
  4. To network with other local agencies and services to provide clients with accurate information about available resources that may help the clients to meet their treatment goals.

Short Term

  1. Maintain an office in Salt Lake City and provide quality programing to people looking to live lives free from violence and heal from trauma.
  2. Continue to hold an Outpatient Treatment DHS License and Justice Reinvestment Initiative (JRI) certification to provide service to court ordered clients with domestic violence charges and those recovering from the effects of physical, emotional, spiritual and societal violence.
  3. Participate in the creation of standards for Domestic Violence treatment for the state of Utah with the treatment standards sub-committee of the Utah Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice.
  4. Recruit and cultivate the needed clinical and customer service personnel to provide the above listed services with a focus on quality and our core values.

To apply, please email us your cover letter and resume.

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Last Updated: 1/10/24