Join the Practice

Our practice is continually expanding and we are frequently seeking Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors, and Licensed Psychologists to provide therapy and counseling services to clients at the Edwardsville and/or Maryville office.  Administrative / support staff positions are also frequently available.  We have job openings in Edwardsville and/or Maryville and are now hiring.  

At this time, our group does not utilize the services of student interns or volunteers. We are not able to offer shadowing opportunities.  Unfortunately, these requests cannot be accommodated.

Interested parties for any position posted below should email (preferred) or mail resume and cover letter to Brian Radzom at for consideration.

Staff Clinician - (Positions Typically Available)

Staff clinicians are masters-level (or higher) clinicians licensed to practice independently in Illinois.  Clinicians provide individual, family, and/or couples counseling to clients in an outpatient, office setting.  Our practice serves a diverse range of client ages, issues, and needs.  Counselors are not expected to be able to practice in every area but are expected to have a wide range of clinical skills and/or specialized, targeted, experience in an area that serves a need in our practice.  While supervision and consultation is provided to clinicians as desired and necessary, counselors are expected to be skilled, competent, and able to work independently.  As such, clinicians are given the freedom to practice clinically in the manner they see fit within the confines of what is evidence-based, clinically appropriate, and within the policies and mission of the practice.  Primary responsibilities are providing counseling and maintaining records.  Infrequently, providers will be required to engage in other tasks such as contacting existing clients regarding ongoing clinical issues, responding to records requests, providing clinical information for authorizations, and other miscellaneous tasks that are not typical but sometimes occur.  The practice is responsible for initial and ongoing insurance credentialing, insurance and client billing, managing and procuring referrals and initial appointments, marketing, furnished office space, supplies, and other administrative tasks and expenses. This is a great opportunity for counselors who are looking to focus their work on the clinical side of practice without the burden of the administrative elements.  

Our practice strives to find highly motivated, quality, and committed counselors and match them with appropriate clients to help foster successful clinical outcomes.  We view our relationship to the staff providers as one where we eliminate (as much as possible) the administrative burdens of a counseling practice so the counselor can remain focused on the client.  


  • Fee-split per visit

Minimum Requirements

  • be licensed to practice independently in Illinois as a master-level clinician (LCSW or LCPC is required; intermediate level licenses such as LSW are not sufficient);
  • be available to see between 8 and 30 clients weekly (preferably spread across at least two days per week);
  • have evening and/or weekend availability;
  • be able to work independently with little supervision;
  • be culturally competent and desire work with diverse populations; and
  • be a self-starter and willing to maintain proper records.

The Following Is Desired

  • have two years of post-license experience (required by some insurance companies);
  • be experienced with couples counseling;
  • possess sill/experience in working with transgender issues including supporting a client through transition and assessing/providing documentation for HRT or transitional surgeries; and
  • have skill/experience working with children and/or teenagers.

Part-time Support Staff - (Position/s Closed)

As a result of expansion, an additional part-time support staff position is available.  The office is restructuring support staff responsibilities so responsibilities are subject to some change.  Candidate would be working 15-25 hours week spread across 4-5 weekdays during daytime hours.  It might be possible to restructure days/hours.  Opportunity to increase hours over time would likely exist.  Majority of position would be spent at our Maryville office; some time would be spent at the Edwardsville office.  While experience with office management, receptionist skills, insurance credentialing, and insurance billing is a strong plus, training will be provided for the right candidate who does not possess these skills at the start.


  • $13.50 per hour starting


  • Make contact (via phone and/or email) with clients and prospective clients to schedule appointments, answer questions about counseling, and prepare electronic files in advance of appointments
  • Complete paperwork and follow-up with insurance companies to credential and re-credential counselors
  • Bill claims to insurance companies and EAPs.
  • Contact insurance companies to follow-up on claims issues, errors, and denials
  • Order supplies and resources as well as manage inventory
  • Light organization of the offices
  • Address billing inquiries with clients and follow-up on selected client balances
  • Some filing


  • Strong computer skills or ability to learn new computer skills quickly.  Majority of work is electronic using databases specific to the group and web-based applications and databases.  Rapid typing speed, navigating between windows, learning applications, and multitasking are important skills for a successful candidate.  
  • Have strong verbal and written skills to be able to communicate professionally with clients, counselors, and insurance companies.  
  • Be willing and able to sign and adhere to a confidentiality agreement, HIPAA policies, and security policies to protect and safeguard the confidential information that is handled at our office and disclosed by clients.
  • Be an ethical, non-judgmental person who has strong interpersonal skills and enjoys interacting with people.  Applicant should be able to work with diverse populations.  Clients come to our office with complex problems, difficult issues, and need to feel safe and treated with respect.
  • Be willing and able to learn basic clinical information about diagnoses, presenting issues, types of counseling/services, etc so applicant can have intelligent conversations with clients.
  • Possess strong attention to detail.  Insurance rules and procedures can be complicated and applicant must be able to learn rules and procedures so information is handled appropriately.
  • Have good judgement and decision-making skills.  This is a supervised position with support, but does require the applicant to be a self-motivated person who is eager to learn and problem solve decisions.


  • Previous experience working in mental health, in a medical office, as a receptionist, with medical billing, or similar field is a strong plus.