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Children’s Services Clinician

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources

This is a Full-time position in Bay Saint Louis, MS posted October 15, 2021.

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources is actively seeking an energetic and motivated Clinician to provide therapy services to youth and adolescents in Hancock County. This position is based in Bay St. Louis but will provide services in the office and community. The Children’s Services Clinician position plays a significant role in Pine Belt’s ability to provide therapy services to youth in Hancock County. We are seeking an ambitious and positive therapist that can demonstrate ability to build rapport with consumers in an effort to effectively assess, address, and treat serious emotional disturbances.

For 40 years, Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources has served individuals throughout the Pine Belt. Through an extensive continuum of care, we strive to enable adults with serious mental illnesses, children with serious emotional disturbances, and individuals with an addiction or developmental disability to live, work, learn, and participate fully in their communities. Our thirteen county service area includes Forrest, Hancock, Harrison, Jones, Lamar, Covington, Greene, Jeff Davis, Marion, Pearl River, Perry, Stone and Wayne Counties.

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources offers a competitive benefits package including employer paid life insurance and LTD, along with optional Health, Dental, Vision, FSA and HSA, and 403(b) plan.


  • Master’s degree in behavioral health required
  • Professional clinical licensure preferred or must be able to obtain DMH therapist certification within 60 days of hire
  • Behavioral health internship required
  • Behavioral health experience preferred
  • Responsibilities:

  • Conducts universal screenings and ongoing therapy as well as making referrals based on screenings within integrated primary care, CPS, juvenile justice, and/or child advocacy settings.
  • Develops treatment plans for each consumer and is able to make referrals to other programs as needed.
  • Participates in team staffing and functions as a member of the interdisciplinary treatment team.
  • Provides clinical therapy services and emergency services to consumers and their families.
  • Uses information obtained in clinical observations to suggest diagnosis and estimates severity of condition.