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SSM Health Psychotherapist-Generalist-Agnesian Healthcare-Fond du lac, WI in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

This full time Psychotherapist position is part of Agnesian Healthcare’s experienced and cohesive behavioral health team focused on providing quality mental health support to a both child and adult patient panel in an outpatient clinic setting. This position is based in Fond du lac, WI, within a few miles our main hospital campus. The right individual has experience facilitating individual and family therapy. Experience with multiple modalities consistent with evidence-based practice including CBT as well as trauma-based assessments is highly desirable.

  • 32 patient minimum contact hours

  • M-F workweek

  • Based in Fond du lac, WI

  • Salaried position

  • Individual and Family Therapy

  • Child (as young as 10 yrs old) through adult patient panel

  • $5,000 sign on bonus


  • Master’s degree in mental health field

  • 3 years post graduate experience (3,000 hours)

  • WI License


  • Experience using CBT therapy

  • Addiction/substance abuse therapy experience is a plus

The Hospital and Clinic:

St. Agnes Hospital, a 174 bed facility and nonprofit Catholic institution, is a member of SSM Health. Agnesian Healthcare is a leader in providing quality state-of-the-art healthcare services, whether it is cancer treatment; comprehensive heart care through the Dale Michels Center for Heart Care, including angioplasty and open-heart surgery; home or hospice care; maternity services; laser surgery; sports medicine; behavioral health services; women’s health services; occupational health services; rehabilitation services and 24-hour emergency care.

The Community:

Fond du lac, a thriving community of just over 43,000, is situated at the foot of Wisconsin’s Lake Winnebago (a location that gives the city its French name), Fond du Lac is an easy drive to Milwaukee, Madison (the state capital) and Green Bay – Titletown USA. This puts the city at the center of the state’s population concentration, an area with more than 3 million residents

Manages psychological problems of patients through services consisting of assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning and psychotherapy.


  • Plans treatment based on the individual client’s needs as well as resources available from the organization and community resources.

  • Works in coordination with professionals involved in patient’s care to ensure interdisciplinary collaboration and continuity of services.

  • Keeps current knowledge of community resources for supplementary treatment of clients, and makes referrals which adequately and appropriately utilize these resources. Is available for consultation with other staff regarding community resources.

  • Provides a continuum of short and long term psychotherapy to individuals, couples families and groups, based on individualized treatment plans.

  • Maintains good communication and collaborative relationships with referring physicians and other staff, and recommends additional referrals for patients as needed.

  • Carries out ongoing record keeping and case review of all psychotherapy work in compliance with state guidelines.

  • Works in a constant state of alertness and safe manner.

  • Provides assessment (by telephone and in-person) of suicidal and homicidal risk and immediacy of crisis situations.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.


  • Master's degree in Behavioral Health or related field


  • No experience required


  • Frequent reaching, sitting, standing and walking.

  • Frequent use of vision and depth perception for distances near (20 inches or less) and far (20 feet or more).

  • Frequent use of hearing and speech to share information through oral communication. Ability to hear alarms, malfunctioning machinery, etc.

  • Frequent keyboard use/data entry.

  • Occasional bending, stooping, climbing, twisting and gripping.

  • Occasional lifting/carrying and pushing/pulling objects weighing 0-25 lbs.

  • Occasional use of vision to identify and distinguish colors.

  • Occasional driving.

  • Rare repetitive foot/leg and hand/arm movements and squatting.

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