Registration is now open for the Improving Behavior, Improving Lives Fall Conference on September 19th and 20th at the Summersville Arena and Conference Center. 


14 Continuing Education Credits provided by Seneca Health Services, Inc.
Social Work – Provider #490101
Registered Nurses – Provider #WV2012-0583RN
Psychologists (pending approval)
Counselors (pending approval)
State Bar (13 CLE pending approval)

The attached flyer includes links to the conference webpage and registration page. 

Please forward on to anyone you think may be interested in attending.  There is also a print flyer attached if you choose to print to share or post.


Seneca Health Services, Inc.

1305 Webster Road

Summersville, WV  26651


304.872.5415 FAX



Crossroads Counseling Center, Inc.Program Coordinator-Therapeutic Day Treatment (TDT)

Crossroads Counseling Center, Inc.


Program Coordinator-Therapeutic Day Treatment (TDT): Established private provider serving the community 15+ years is seeking a Program Coordinator to supervise growing TDT program in Winchester, VA. LPC or LCSW is preferred, minimum of Licensed Eligible (Resident in Counseling, Supervisee in Social Work). Excellent salary and benefits (liberal paid leave, 401K, full medical/dental, paid training, tuition assistance, mileage reimbursement, flexible schedule, etc.). CCC offers a $500 hiring bonus, family oriented work environment and a commitment to Systems Of Care.

Please send resume and cover letter to:

Crossroads Counseling Centers, Inc.

174 Costello Drive Winchester, VA 22602

Or Fax: 540-662-1311 or Email:




THERAPIST – Seneca Health Services is seeking an outpatient therapist for a position in Summersville, WV. 

THERAPIST – Seneca Health Services is seeking an outpatient therapist for a position in Summersville, WV.  Duties include providing behavioral health therapy and on-call crisis intervention.  Experience in treatment of children and family a plus.


Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or Psychology and license or eligibility for license required.  Demonstrated knowledge of basic computer skills required.


Competitive salary and excellent fringe benefits provided.


Send resume to:


An Equal Opportunity Employer

Disaster Spiritual Care

DISASTER SPIRITUAL CARE TRAINING (Not for pastors only!) 13 CE Credit Hours Available


Led by Sky Kershner, LPC, LCSW, ICISF Certified Trainer


  • If a friend’s child passed away, would you be able to say something helpful or would you stick your foot in your theological mouth?
  • If a coworker lost a loved one to a drug overdose, would you be able to respond with kindness and compassion?
  • If a neighbor’s home was destroyed by fire or flooding, how would you best be able to help?


When we think about critical incidents, terrorism, mass disasters, and violence generally come to mind. Critical incidents should make the news, right?…Not necessarily. A critical incident can be defined as ANY event that has a stressful impact sufficient enough to overwhelm the usually effective coping skills of an individual. Critical incidents are abrupt and powerful events that fall outside the range of ordinary human experiences. Critical incidents include disasters such as earthquakes, mine explosions, terrorist attacks and school shootings – but vehicle accidents resulting in injury or death, sexual assaults and being witness to an event that caused someone harm can also be stressful and challenge our coping skills. When such events occur, we as helpers in the community may possess especially powerful restorative attributes. Disaster spiritual care is one of the most unique and profound tools that can be used when a crisis takes place. It is critically important that those of us in the helping field are able to provide disaster spiritual care according to best practices, while adhering to local incident command protocols.  Pastoral Crisis Intervention is a combination of faith-based resources and traditional techniques of crisis intervention. The purpose of this two-day course is to assist the participants in learning how pastoral interventions and traditional psychological crisis interventions may be effectively integrated.   Anyone interested in the use of faith-based resources in healing should find this course of interest. Mental health professionals, chaplains, pastoral counselors, ministers and laity are encouraged to attend. This training is open to all faith traditions. Thanks to the generosity of the West Virginia Council of Churches, WV DHHR Behavioral Health, WV VOAD and KPCC Counseling, there is no cost to attend this training. Lunch will provided. Registration is required to attend.

When: September 18-19, 2017 Time: 9:00-5:00pm, both days   Christ Church United Methodist Charleston, WV   13 CE credit hours are available

Social Worker – Psychotherapist  Simms Integrative Health Services, Inc. – Martinsburg, WV 25401  $30,000 – $35,000 a year

Simms Integrative Health Services is an integrative health practice in downtown Martinsburg, WV and we are seeking psychotherapists to add to our team. Feel free to check out our website at!

Responsibilities include, but not limited to:

  • Intake, assessment, problem identification, treatment planning, recording progress notes, making collateral contacts
  • Provide individual and family counseling
  • Facilitate team trainings
  • Present cases for supervision


  • Candidate must possess a Masters Degree
  • Candidate must be be licensed at the Masters Level, in the state of WV, as an LGSW, LCSW, or LICSW
  • Must have experience and desire providing psychotherapy to children ages 3 and up.
  • Able to work some Saturday’s 8am-4pm

Job Type: Full-time

If Interested please email resume to