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iMind Mental Health Solutions is dedicated to improving the mental health of Florida residents. We believe mental health IS health. That’s why we strive to make all evidence-based services and treatments available under one roof.

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iMind Mental Health Solutions offers a flexible work environment, built around your needs, so that you can truly focus on our clients’ mental health.

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iMind Job Opportunities

Therapist

LOCATION: Florida

We are seeking therapists to work out of our Port St. Lucie office or online from anywhere in Florida. We offer complete front-office support, as well as:

  • Flexible Work Hours
  • Competitive Pay
  • Virtual & In-Person Options
  • Paid Time Off & Benefits Available (even for part-time employees)
  • Scheduling, Cancellation & Rescheduling Assistance
  • We File Insurance Claims for You
  • Credentialing & Contracting Assistance

Please email your resume to [email protected].

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Therapist

LOCATION: Florida

We are seeking therapists to work out of our Port St. Lucie office or online from anywhere in Florida. We offer complete front-office support, as well as:

  • Flexible Work Hours
  • Competitive Pay
  • Virtual & In-Person Options
  • Paid Time Off & Benefits Available (even for part-time employees)
  • Scheduling, Cancellation & Rescheduling Assistance
  • We File Insurance Claims for You
  • Credentialing & Contracting Assistance

Please email your resume to: [email protected].

Conditions We Treat

We treat a wide range of mental health conditions.

Services

We provide brain-based treatments and counseling.

Get Started Now

Simply call or email us for an appointment.

Mental Health Resources

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    Feeling overwhelmed by stress at work? Worried about juggling life’s demands? You’re not alone. If your workplace has an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), it may be able to help. Think of it as your confidential support system – a dedicated resource ready to help you navigate any challenge, big or small.

    Read More

  • Can You Use FMLA for Mental Health?

    Can You Use FMLA for Mental Health?

    Yes, under the FMLA, eligible employees can take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave per year to address qualifying family-related or health issues – including mental health ones – without the fear of losing their jobs. Here are the general eligibility criteria for both employees and employers…

    Read More

  • What is the Hardest Mental Illness to Have?

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    Mental health is a complex part of our wellbeing, deeply personal and uniquely challenging for each one of us. When it comes to mental illnesses, there is no one-size-fits-all. Each condition brings its own set of obstacles and experiences. When we ask, “What is the hardest mental illness to have?” the answer is far from…

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Latest News

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    Inside the Life of Someone with OCD

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  • Are We Overusing the Term Passive Aggressive?
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