Job Opening

MCC - San Rafael has a job opening for a qualified LCSW physician in San Rafael, CA

Job Details



Full-Time: 40 Hours Per Week | Part-Time: 24 Hours Per Week


Relocation Assistance Available

Languages Required:


Average patients seen: Four Patients Per 4-Hour Shift Schedule

Call Schedule:

No Call

Sign-On Bonus


Based On Experience
To Be Discussed Directly with Employer


Health Insurance
Health Reimbursement Arrangement Plans with Company Contribution
Dental and Vision
Healthcare FSA, Dependent Care FSA, Commuter Account
403b with Matching Contributions
Company Paid Basic Life and AD&D, Short Term and Long Term Disability
Supplemental Life and AD&D Available
Voluntary Accident & Critical Illness Insurance
Work-Life Employee Assistance Program
CME Time and Allowance
Up to $2,000 per Fiscal Year Educational Reimbursement Benefit
Professional license, CPR, and CME fees Paid
Mileage and cell phone reimbursement
Multiple loan repayment programs
16 PTO Days, Extended Illness Bank, Floating Holiday, 8 Paid Holidays
Practice Type: Employee

Setting: Outpatient

J1 Visa
H1B Visa


Additional Info:
At Marin Community Clinics we are a "family helping other families in the community." The general purpose of the Behavioral Health Provider (BHP) is to minimize psychosocial stressors that have a negative impact on patient health, promote patient resilience, and to assist medical providers in understanding patient needs and developing a holistic treatment plan.

Works as a member of the primary care team to provide biopsychosocial assessments, brief psychotherapy, education, referrals, short term psychotherapy, and consultation ("warm handoffs") for patients presenting with "mild to moderate" behavioral health concerns.
Opportunity to work with patients across the lifespan and with a wide variety of clinical presentations.
May also be asked to develop and/or facilitate psycho-educational support groups; and may conduct visits via virtual telehealth technology.
Welcomed as part of the primary care team as well as supported by the behavioral health department.

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