As a clinical supervisor for New Journeys, you will provide leadership to a
four-member interdisciplinary team serving 20-30 clients who have recently experienced their first
psychotic episode This position is Monday through Friday, consistent with Adult Outpatient
business hours. This position is an excellent opportunity for professional development since it
includes extensive training and consultation opportunities with experts in treating first-episode
psychosis (FEP) from the University of Washington and the Washington State Health Care
Authority. New Journeys is designed to support clients through their first two years of recovery,
providing family education, resilience-oriented therapy, employment support, peer support, and
case management to help clients manage their symptoms while achieving their personal goals. The
program is designed to serve clients between the ages of 15 and 40, with the majority of clients
expected to be aged 18-28.
This position is grant funded by the Washington State HealthCare Authority, it will conclude July
31, 2024, with option for renewal.