employment opportunities

For all positions, please forward your cover letter and resume to jcollins [at] valleypsychiatric [dot] com (Jennifer Collins.)

Nurse Practitioner (APRN)

Valley Psychiatric has a unique opportunity for you to join our outpatient mental health clinic offering quality, comprehensive services. Full-time. Minimum qualifications: Must have active Massachusetts state licensure, DEA license. Monday—Friday; no call and no weekends! Career competitive salary.

Clinical Director

Minimum qualifications: Independent licensure as specified in Massachusetts DPH regulations with a minimum of five years administrative experience. Full time. Career competitive salary with excellent benefit package.

  • Co-lead the organization.
  • Direct daily clinical operations, including service delivery and managing clinical personnel at parent site.
  • Ensure compliance with mandates of Massachusetts governing bodies.
  • HIPAA Compliance/Privacy Officer for Springfield Clinic.
  • Oversee and respond to complaints. Oversee investigation, response and required reporting of client      grievance/complaints; maintain log of complaints and investigative activities.
  • Oversee development of clinical programming for agency.
  • Clinical supervision of clinicians and interns.
  • Oversee Quality Management for the organization.
  • Oversee Multi-Disciplinary Team (Springfield).

Full-time Masters Level Clinicians

Valley Psychiatric Service is seeking clinicians who are intrinsically motivated and excited about learning. We offer a positive workplace that is committed to respectful treatment of clients and staff. Opportunities to join our Child and Family Team, Autism Treatment Team, In-home Behavioral Team, DBT Team, Co-occurring Behaviors Team, and Trauma and Addictions Team. We also offer a multi-cultural study group for clinicians who are interested in increasing cultural competence in our work with clients and each other. Compensation—Career competitive salary with excellent benefit package.

Child and Family Therapists

for home-based and community-based work with children and families.
In-home Behavioral Therapists*

Clinician experienced in developing FBA's and BIPS for children with behavioral dysregulation. This will occur in child's home, school, and other community settings as appropriate.
* This can be a split position with a child and family therapist position if desired.

Co-occuring Disorders Clinicians

for home-based and community-based work with adolescents and adults. 


Graduate Interns

in social work and related counseling disciplines find a challenging, collegial, and rewarding experience at Valley Psychiatric Service. Individual supervision along with group consultations, compliment this learning. Each intern carries an average case load of eight to twelve cases. Client populations vary by age, gender, presenting problems, language and culture. Efforts are made to match supervisors background with student interests. Students have reported they felt challenged, supported and enriched by the placement. Clinical and support staff provide a welcoming atmosphere.

privacy standards

Valley Psychiatric Service recognizes our responsibility for safeguarding the privacy of your health information.

Valley Psychiatric enforces the HIPAA Privacy Rule, which protects the privacy of individually identifiable health information; the HIPAA Security Rule, which sets national standards for the security of electronic protected health information; and the confidentiality provisions of the Patient Safety Rule, which protect identifiable information being used to analyze patient health events and improve patient safety.