Psychotherapist Serving Refugees, Immigrants, and Non-English Speaking Individuals

Psychotherapist Serving Refugees, Immigrants, and Non-English Speaking Individuals

Are you looking for an opportunity to use your skills to help clients who are motivated to change their lives?Do you want to join a team of skilled, experienced professionals who genuinely care about supporting each other and their clients’ growth? JFS offers professional development opportunities and clinical supervision, along with a warm agency culture.

We offer competitive pay and benefit, including medical, dental, vision, supplemental plans, 401(k), 17 paid personal days, and 14 paid holidays.

Founded in 1872, Jewish Family Service of Colorado (JFS) is a nonsectarian, nonprofit human services agency serving metro Denver and Boulder. JFS believes in strengthening the community by providing vital services to vulnerable individuals and families. JFS offers a variety of programs to help those in need navigate life’s challenges through integrated support. The full continuum of care includes helping older adults stay supported, connected, and engaged as they age while maintaining a high quality of life; providing quality mental health counseling and case management to children, adults, immigrants, and refugees; offering training, job placement, and community enrichment to people with disabilities; and providing housing stability, employment support, and food security to individuals and families. Every year, the agency serves thousands of individuals and impacts more than 15,000 people of all faiths, races, ages, incomes, and abilities.


  • LPC, LCSW, Ph.D, or Psy.D, preferred
  • All mental health clinicians must register with CAQH within 7 days of hire date.
  • 3-5 years’ post-graduate experience in individual, group, family, and couples therapy to diverse clients.
  • Familiarity with Medicaid guidelines, coding, and electronic health records software.
  • Ability to relate effectively with clients from diverse cultures. 


  • Provide psychotherapy to individuals, couples, children, and groups. May provide additional outpatient services, including consultation and client education in a variety of settings.Collaborate with psychiatrist as needed.
  • Provide specialized case management to mental health clients as needed.
  • Facilitate referrals for additional resources and assess to ensure appropriate level of care. 
  • Maintain timely and accurate client records in electronic health record.
  • Work with interpreters, transportation providers, and other refugee service providers to ensure continuity of care.

To Apply: Submit resume and cover letter to:

Jean Marshall, Human Resources Director

Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.

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