Thank you for your interest in working with Changing Phases Behavioral Support, Inc. We are currently accepting applications from skilled professionals to help continue our dynamic work within the community. Please review our available positions and complete the application below. Qualified applicants will be contacted.

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The Assessor performs a variety of clinical and administrative work when it has been determined through an initial screening that the consumer has mental health or addictive disease concerns. The purpose of the Assessment process is to perform a formalized assessment in order to determine the consumer's problems, strengths, needs, abilities and preferences, to develop a social (extent of natural supports and community integration) and medical history, to determine functional level and degree of ability versus disability, and to develop or review collateral assessment information.


The Office Administrator assists the office staff in maintaining files and databases. He/she prepares reports, presentations, memorandums, proposals and correspondence and monitors office operations. A successful candidate must be excellent in oral and written communication skills and have the ability to multitask and meet challenging deadlines. In addition this candidate must adhere to strict practices of confidentiality


The role of the Medical Director is to provide medical oversight of the organization's utilization, case, and disease management activities. This candidate will work at a close daily level of involvement with the organization's senior leadership to assure medical compliance with all customer and regulatory requirements for behavioral services; in addition to providing current medical expertise to assure effective direction of all aspects of the organization's clinical policies, procedures and programs.


The role of the Program Director is to perform at a senior level of professionalism, involving the delivery of mental health and addictive disease services, including clinical supervision of lower level clinicians or paraprofessionals. This position oversees and administers a wide range of services in a high-intensity clinical environment.

This position requires critical thinking skills, the ability to problem solve quickly and efficiently, and a broad knowledge of therapeutic processes and methodologies. This position also requires licensure as an LPC, LCSW, or LMFT, a minimum of 2 years post licensure, and the ability to provide clinical supervision as determined by the Georgia State Composite Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapists.


The primary role of Team Lead Counselor is to provide administrative and clinical supervision to Behavioral Health direct service staff. This position will provide direction of policies and procedures and direct the treatment teams and crisis support to staff, as well as keeping the Director informed at all times. This position also include individual and family therapy services to consumers within the community.


The role of the Licensed Counselor is to provide mental health services to adults and/or children and adolescents in an outpatient or community setting. Duties will include, but not limited to individual counseling, diagnostic assessments, group therapy, family counseling and some contact within the community. The candidate will work in the community/county in locations such as homes, public schools, and courts.


The CSI candidate will work with adults, children and families to teach, reinforce, and motivate them toward behavioral change. The individual will identify and connect the consumer and family with community resources.

For any additional positions, please call 770-726-1162