Seeking Entrepreneurial Counselor

Posted: February 13, 2020

Are you highly motivated to succeed in private-pay practice and interested in working with clients struggling with high-stress relationships? TouchingTrees Counseling and Relationship Services is expanding in March and looking for a contracted clinician/mental health professional (including mediators and parenting consultants) to be part of our growth. Contractor will be rent-based (not a split) and able to take advantage of an established private-pay marketing system while growing their own client base. Training is offered in Relationship Consulting as well as how to work with clients who experience conflict with partners/ex-partners.

TouchingTrees is a private-pay therapy practice that also offers mediation, parenting consulting, Prepare-Enrich, Discernment Counseling, and decoupling counseling.

For more information, please contact Jenni at [email protected] or 612-888-2522.

If you have an entrepreneurial spirit but don’t have the time or inclination to build everything from scratch, this opportunity is for you!


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