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Nevada Advanced Pain Specialists

Nevada Advanced Pain Specialists treats patients suffering from chronic pain. Chronic pain treatment often encompasses a wide range of interventions including behavioral health treatment as pain can often impact a person’s quality of life.


We are looking for a licensed clinical social worker who has experience in treating individuals with co-occurring disorders and who will be a good fit with our team of dedicated providers.


The staff social worker has experience working with dual diagnosis clients. The social worker applies advanced professional psychological diagnostic methods and evidence-based intervention strategies to a full range of patient problems in his/her work setting. S/he has advanced knowledge of psychological diagnosis, intervention, and behavioral health that qualifies him/her to provide advice and consultation to professionals representing a variety of disciplines.

The primary job functions of social workers at this level include the provision of direct psychological patient care/treatment and consultation services on difficult or complex cases.

Provides a full range of pain management psychosocial assessments and treatment services, using individual and group modalities, and using evidence-based psychotherapies as available and applicable. Develops, implements, and documents the psychotherapeutic treatment recommendations for patients, including prompt completion of clinical assessments and treatment plans. Makes referrals as needed to outside mental health and/or addiction treatment programs. Assists other providers in crisis intervention and completes suicide assessments as needed.

Has knowledge of opioid use and addiction.

Requirements: Must have a master's degree and hold a clinical license.

Job Type: Full-time

Applying: Please send resume to

Rajen Desai
Chief Operating Officer
Nevada Advanced Pain Specialists
(775) 284-8650
Fax: (775) 284-8654


Bristlecone Family Resources clinical director

Bristlecone Family Resources is northern Nevada’s oldest non-profit substance abuse and gambling treatment center whose mission is to help people reclaim their lives by providing customized addiction and mental wellness treatment services.

  • Title: Clinical Director
  • Location: 704 Mill Street Reno NV
  • Job Posting: April 2020
  • Salary range: DOE

The primary responsibility of this position is to ensure Bristlecone offers quality services that meet best practices and are evidence based.

General duties include (but not limited to):

  • Supervises Bristlecone Counseling Staff
  • Assure that Medicaid Chapter 400 guidelines are following and strictly adhered to and compliance maintained
  • Approve assessments as needed or required
  • Carry small caseload and 1-2 group meetings weekly
  • Has working knowledge of the programs and services provided and provides critical feedback for improvement for both out-patient and residential programs
  • Responsible for integrating into daily operations the core values and mission of the organization
  • Demonstrates a thorough understanding of 42 CFR Part 2 and 45 CFR (HIPAA)
  • Adheres to BFR’s Code of Ethics

The successful candidate will possess:

  • Must hold a current license as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Clinical Professional Counselor (CPC) or a Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP).
  • Ability to be Certified as a Clinical Supervisor with Medicaid, required (process completed upon hire or contract)
  • A minimum of three (3) years’ experience in management
  • Ability to interact positively with staff and clientele of Bristlecone Family Resources
  • Ability to represent Bristlecone Family Resources in the community

If you are interested and qualified, please email your resume to Sarah Sommers at

The selected candidate will need to complete a pre-placement health screening and a two-series TB test.

Bristlecone Family Resources is an EOE.


Mountain Circle internships for undergraduates

Mountain Circle Family Services is a non-profit foster care agency that specializes in licensing prospective families, as well as placing treatment-level foster children of all ages in safe and diverse homes. We offer therapy, psychosocial rehabilitation (PSR) services, and case management. Our case managers provide 24/7 supportive services to our families to ensure placement stability and child well-being. Case managers’ duties include attending Child and Family Team meetings (CFTs) and medication management appointments, conducting home visits, ensuring licensure compliance, preparing court reports, and providing Together Facing the Challenge (TFTC) in-home coaching. While some case manager responsibilities are completed in an office setting, a significant amount of time is spent in the field. Our case managers serve as the bridge between foster parents and other members of the child’s professional team, providing valuable support and guidance.

We have several internship positions available for social work undergraduates. Mountain Circle’s daily environment is fast-paced and those who are motivated and able to self-manage will be most successful. Our team is comprised of social workers, marriage and family therapists, and a variety of other professionals. If you are interested in working within the foster care system and want to gain useful experience as a social worker, please email Alicia Arnold at to learn more and begin the application process. In your email, please include a copy of your resume and a statement detailing why you an interested in interning with our agency.