The world is quickly learning that counseling and technology can be a winning combination. As a licensed Shoutout™ therapist, you’ll enjoy the convenience of working with your patients from the comfort of your home office, while maintaining the power of face-to-face connection. You’ll focus on providing mental health treatment to those in need, wherever they are and whenever they need it.
Compassionate? Want to make a difference? We’re hiring!
We’re looking for impassioned, dedicated mental health counselors with excellent communication and listening skills. Sound like you? If so, we want to hear from you.
Find comfort in your career, join the Shoutout™ team.
- Licensure by the state you’ll be providing counseling services in (LPC, LCSW, LCADC, LMFT, PsyD or similar licensure)
- Must not require supervision
- Experience in substance abuse, mental health or behavioral health counseling
- Excellent verbal and writing skills
- Knowledge of the ASAM guidelines
- Reliable work-from-home set up
Working in telehealth has been amazing for me. I get to work from the comfort of my own home, cut commute time and manage my private life much more effectively. As a clinician, I’ve been able to help my clients in real time as they feel safe in their own environment. This has opened up their ability to communicate, share concerns and removed any barriers to coming into an office. I’ve seen them open up more deeply and quickly than in my past ten years working in a traditional office. Working in telehealth has also helped me determine if my clients need additional help as they’re in their home and more apt to present to treatment if they’re struggling. This has afforded us the ability to access and treat much more successfully.”
Melissa C. Remote Mental Health Counselor
Shoutout™ is a mobile app aimed at revolutionizing access to mental health. We are a a community of clinicians and team members dedicated to connection, inspiration, and education worldwide. Brought to you by Recovery Centers of America, Shoutout™ aims to eliminate the stigma associated with sharing the need for mental health services.