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WHY WORK FOR EUNOIA?

Eunoia Family Resource Center, PA, has been providing high-quality outpatient mental health services since 2008 and has expanded into several locations in southern Minnesota. We provide comprehensive billing, marketing and administrative services, leaving you free to focus on client care and your family needs. We currently offer individual, couples and family therapy, as well as psychological testing. As a small company, we provide flexibility and are open to each clinician’s input regarding their patient base. We enable the professional to have a high level of control while functioning successfully in an organization.

NATIONAL health SERVICE CORPs

The National Health Service Corps builds healthy communities by supporting qualified health care providers dedicated to working in areas of the United States with limited access to care. The National Health Service Corps (NHSC) awards scholarships and loan repayment to primary care providers in eligible disciplines. Strengthening and growing our primary care workforce—through the National Health Service Corps (NHSC)—began in 1972.

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CURRENT POSITIONS

We are looking for a few select, licensed or license-able, behavioral health professionals to join our clinical team. If you are interested in becoming part of our group as a provider, please complete the form below, including a cover letter and resume. The cover letter should answer the following questions:

1. What are your career goals over the next 5 and 10 years?
2. With which populations of clients do you most enjoy working? What types of services do you most enjoy providing?
3. In which location are you looking to work?

If you are interested in joining our group as an office worker, please send a cover letter and resume to eunoia.mc@gmail.com. Please note in your cover letter that you are interested in an office worker position and in which location you are looking to work.

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"Always remember that for each patient you see you may be the only person in their life capable of both hearing and holding their pain. If that isn't sacred, I don't know what is."

—BECOMING A THERAPIST