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Anew Day – Who We Are

Anew Day is a religious, non-profit ministry organization founded in 2006. We provide free lay counseling and low-cost professional therapy offered on a sliding scale. We serve individuals of all ages, couples, families, and groups. Our mission is to spread hope and healing in our community by offering counseling services that are affordable and accessible. All Anew Day staff and regular volunteers are united by faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, and we endeavor to represent Him faithfully. We seek to glorify God as we minister to hurting people without discrimination. We do not proselytize but take opportunities to share our faith when asked. Counseling from a Christian/Biblical perspective is provided when requested by the client.


Anew Day is also a counselor training center. We provide supervision, clients and space for trainees and associates working toward licensure. We also provide community workshops to teach counseling skills to people interested in better serving others in their community. Our 11 session Counseling Skills Workshop is required for all Anew Day volunteer counselors. We have 25 lay counselors, 1 trainee and 5 associates currently seeing clients at Anew Day. We are a thriving and growing ministry with a healthy family culture.


Basic Job Description

Anew Day’s Clinical Director is responsible for overseeing Anew Day’s clinical services and for supervising Anew Day’s trainees and associates. The Clinical Director provides leadership, vision, guidance, support, and instruction to ensure the quality of Anew Day’s ministry to our community and staff. The Clinical Director plays a critical role in helping maintain a healthy, Spirit filled, loving environment for our Anew Day family. The Clinical Director may need to provide therapy in rare crisis situations.


Mandatory Qualifications

  • Must be a Licensed Clinician with a minimum of two years’ experience and in good standing

  • Must demonstrate competency and have experience counseling individuals of all ages from diverse backgrounds as well as couples and families.

  • Must agree with Anew Day’s Doctrinal Statement and live by faith in Jesus as Lord and Savior

  • Must have good leadership and teamwork experience.



The Clinical Director position is a part-time salaried position requiring work at the Anew Day office 2 to 4 days per week (16 to 32 hours per week), with occasional exceptions, depending on applicant's desires. If choosing to work only 2 days per week, clinical leadership responsibilities are shared with the Lay Counseling Supervisor. The compensation range is $35-$40 per hour depending on experience and includes an office for personal or private practice use when not working for Anew Day. This office space includes utilities and other office amenities. 

Please contact Tricia Johnson, Anew Day's Executive Director, at 530-470-9111 if you would like more information and/or wish to tour our facility. 

PDF File of Clinical Director Job Posting


Supervision of Associates and Practicum Students (Professional Division)

  • Work with universities to establish and adhere to Practicum agreement for new trainees

  • Review professional division client files

  • Weekly group and individual supervision of trainees and associates

  • Lead group supervision meeting on Thursdays from 10 am to 12 am

  • Provide individual weekly supervision as needed. Currently Mondays at 3:00pm

  • Evaluations of associates every six months

  • Evaluation of practicum student’s midterm and final per individual university

  • Review all outgoing written communication such as letters, summaries, superbills, victim witness documentation, CPS and APS reports.

  • Review all closing client files

  • As-needed consultations



  • Review and assign intakes

  • Field intake questions from admin staff

  • Follow up on professional intake waitlist


Crisis Intervention

  • Initial contact with crisis clients or situations

  • Provide initial session for assessment

  • Assign to associate as needed

  • Refer out as needed


Recruitment of Practicum Students and Associates

  • Communicate with Universities for practicum placement

  • Advertise for associate positions


Lay Counseling Division Oversight

  • Meet with Lay Counseling Supervisor to field questions and provide support

  • Individual supervision for lay counselors needing extra help

  • Review lay counselor files as needed

  • Help cover lay counselor supervision in Lay Counseling Supervisor’s absence.


Legal and Ethical Compliance

  • Evaluate and maintain compliance to BBS, legal, ethical, and Anew Day policies

  • Assure security of all client files

  • Maintain all client archive files


General Duties

  • Field any questions regarding counseling and any complaints by Professional Division

  • Maintain therapeutic appropriateness of counseling rooms and facility

  • Counseling Skills Workshop development and teaching, 2x/yr

  • Office time availability for counselors and staff

  • Attend board meetings if needed (rarely)

  • Represent Anew Day in the community when opportunities arise

PDF File of Clinical Director Duties

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