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The University of New Hampshire Psychological and Counseling Services invites applications for a Mental Health Clinician position.

Interested candidates can apply through our website. For more information or to apply, please copy this link into your browser:

Application materials may be electronically attached with application. Computer access/assistance is available at the Human Resources Office, 2 Leavitt Lane, Durham, NH 03824 or call 603-862-0501 (TTY Users 603-862-3227).

Posted on 9/30/21

nh army guard

The New Hampshire Army National Guard is seeking highly motivated individuals who wish to grow their career in Social Work/Clinical Psychology. Qualified applicants must process an MSW or a PsyD/PhD in clinical or counseling psychology and have a current unrestricted license for independent practice. As a Behavioral Health Officer in the NHARNG, you will have the opportunity to engage in direct soldier support, leadership consultation, and preventative health program development and implementation. We welcome and encourage bringing your life experience, unique clinical skills and personal interests to find creative ways of overcoming the psychological challenges faced by our "Citizen Soldiers".

For more information contact CW3 Erik Emond at or call 603-227-1562 

Posted 9/1/2021


white birch

White Birch Educational Services is a New Hampshire-based, clinician-owned agency created to provide school districts with consultation and staffing needs. Our professional staff are experts in their respective professions and are dedicated to providing quality services that enhance a child’s learning while providing support to the educational team. We are hiring social workers, school psychologists, mental health counselors, and special educators. We have hiring incentives, benefits, part/full time, and a school schedule.

For more information, please contact 603-493-7686

Posted on: 9/1/21

Easterseals’ Military & Veterans Services is seeking a Director of Clinical Services to provide consultation to staff, monitor budgets, perform data analysis, create outcome- based reports, develop outreach strategies, build relationships with community partners, facilitate trainings, serve on committees, provide direct clinical services to clients and manage performance of assigned staff. 

This position requires a Master’s Degree in Human Services, Social Work or related field, LICSW with five years of supervisory experience in a clinical setting. Understanding of military culture and evidence-based treatment with Veterans’ population is preferred. 

Compensation: $75,000+ To learn more, contact Colleen:

Posted on: 8/5/21