Job Title:               Wellness Center Clinical Therapist/Wellness Coach (Longmont)

Work Site:            TRI’s Longmont Office, In person/remote (for remote, must have access to Internet, copier/scanner, ability to communicate as needed or required with Executive Director)

Supervised By:       Executive Director

Hours of Work:     This person will work within the hours available to reach staff of Longmont Parole and Probation, Department of Corrections, Boulder County agencies, and the individuals enrolled in TRI’s Wellness Center.  TRI’s office in Longmont is available on Mondays through Fridays during normal business hours, 9 am – 5 pm. Other times are determined between clients and the case manager.  TRI’s Executive Director may also determine administrative work tasks to be done remotely.

Hiring Pay Range: $24-$31/hour depending on experience and qualifications. We are looking for the right person to fill this position and therefore it may be full or part time depending on schedules, needs, and agreements made during the hiring process.

Overall Organization:

TRI is a 7-year-old nonprofit organization which provides wrap around support services to criminally justice involved individuals in Boulder County and surrounding areas referred to our Wellness Center in Longmont.  TRI offers post-release trauma responsive programming, mental and behavioral healthcare and case management to eligible members returning into the community. TRI has strong community partnerships and a volunteer/mentor program which help to facilitate our mission.  TRI has grown quickly since its start to meet the demands for professional support required by the men and women we serve.

General Statement of Duties:

TRI’s Wellness Center provides an array of holistic therapeutic services including Individual Therapeutic Services (Somatic Resourcing, mindfulness training, trauma psychoeducation, general processing and coping skill practice, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, mental health evaluation, substance use disorder assessment) and Group Treatment Services (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Relapse Prevention, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Trauma Recovery, Anger Management, Domestic Violence, Couples/Family Therapy).  TRI’s clinical team offers members’ coordination of care between community agencies who assist members with services in mental health, substance abuse, medical assistance treatment, UA’s and ongoing drug testing.

TRI’s goal is to streamline as many services as possible to ensure our members are successful post release. This person is responsible for providing therapeutic services, and related activities under the supervision of the Program Manager.  This individual will provide daily and weekly mental health and substance abuse individual and group services to members of TRI.  They will be responsible for coordinating with Parole/Probation, Community Reentry agencies, Office of Behavioral Health/Medicaid (CCHA) and appropriate Boulder County agencies to promote and assist our members mental health needs.

Duties may include, but are not limited to:

  • Meet with service providers to coordinate referrals, level of care and treatment planning of current members of TRI program.
  • Conduct weekly individual/group sessions with members referred to Wellness Center.
  • Regularly collaborate with agency partners on clinical care and treatment.
  • Identify and participate in professional development activities and meetings when needed to maintain a working knowledge of interventions available to assist the populations TRI serves.
  • Enter all relevant therapeutic information into the Theranest database for tracking and analysis for continued development.
  • Make decisions regarding members’ services, level of care, treatment needs, on a daily/weekly basis and complete clinical case management related paperwork in an accurate and timely manner.
  • Help support occasional evening and weekend events for TRI.

Required Qualifications & Benefits:

Preferred: An individual who holds a master’s degree in social work or counseling and/or advanced licensure (LPC, LCSW, LAC, CAS, CAC) in Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Somatic and/or Trauma Counseling field. 4 plus years’ experience working within the criminal justice system, with vulnerable populations and individuals, LGBTQ, and co-occurring and/or dual diagnosis disorders.  Strong understanding of Trauma Informed Care, Mental Health First Aid, Motivational Interviewing, Stages of Change, and advanced working knowledge of evidence based mental health interventions including Cognitive Behavioral Theory, Dialectical Behavioral Theory, Trauma Interventions, Somatic Resourcing, etc.

Ability to train and utilize software programs, MS Word, Excel, Theranest Database, Dropbox, and other secure database systems implemented.  Professional level oral and written skills, strong communication skills, ability stay on task and has a high level of organization and program management skills and experience.  Bi-lingual abilities preferred but not required.

Employment Benefits at TRI are determined on employment classifications.  Full-time employees will be eligible to accrue Paid Time Off, eleven paid holidays and opportunities to enroll in our Individual Coverage Health Reimbursement Arrangement (ICHRA) of up to $400 of medical coverage per month.  Part-time employees will be eligible for a proportionate accrual of paid time off but are not eligible for holiday pay or health benefits.  TRI offers ongoing development, training and supervision for all licensed and unlicensed employees regardless of employment classification.  All employees are eligible for the voluntary Secure Savings Program which is a state-run retirement program for individuals who work for smaller organizations.


To apply: Please send resume and cover letter outlining how your experience matches the position requirements to