Pastoral Solutions Seeks Faithful, Catholic Therapists to Join Our Growing Practice.

Pastoral Solutions Seeks Faithful, Catholic Therapists to Join Our Growing Practice. May 29, 2018

The Pastoral Solutions Institute (www.CatholicCounselors.com) is looking for experienced, faithful, Catholic therapists to join our growing pastoral behavioral telehealth practice.

Since 1999, Pastoral Solutions has provided pastoral counseling services to Catholic individuals, couples and families around the world via telephone and video-teleconference.  Pastoral Solutions is a recognized leader in the effective and ethical integration of Catholic theology and spirituality with clinical practice.

Our ideal candidate meets the following qualifications.

-Current license for independent practice in counseling, clinical social work, or marriage & family therapy (supervisory credential preferred).

-A faithful Catholic in good standing.

-In addition to his or her clinical degree from an accredited program, the ideal candidate will have a BA, MA, in Catholic theology or pastoral studies or be able to demonstrate the equivalent level of theological preparation/study.

-Gottman Relationship Therapy Training.

-Knowledgeable of clinical applications of attachment theory and/or interpersonal neurobiology

-Experienced in practicing and/or teaching Natural Family Planning.

-Knowledgeable of Theology of The Body

-Familiar with the mission of the Pastoral Solutions Institute and the books published by Institute director, Dr. Gregory Popcak

TO APPLY:

To apply, please send the following materials to gpopcak@CatholicCounselors.com

  1. In your brief introductory email, BRIEFLY describe your familiarity with attachment theory, the theology of the body and the mission and work of Dr. Greg Popcak
  2. Your current CV.
  3. An 800-1000 word spiritual history describing your religious formation, current prayer-life and spirituality.

Application deadline:  June 15, 2018.

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