As a WellQor Clinician, you will be part of a cutting-edge movement aimed at bettering the lives of a woefully underserved group, our elders. By working with your patients, their families, caregivers and healthcare providers, you’ll help seniors not just live more fully but truly thrive as they move through the emotional and behavioral issues associated with the aging process.
And you will do satisfying and rewarding work every day.
It is no secret that most health care companies expect you to plug into an industrial and often overloaded system that rarely allows you to deliver any actual quality patient care. At WellQor we want you to do clinical work you can feel good, even excited about, right from the start. We encourage you to form long-term, mutually supportive relationships with your individual patients, their families and staff in order to help them achieve a calmer, less stressed environment and a more satisfying quality of life. We call this modern, holistic approach to providing comprehensive mental health care for seniors… The WellQor Way™.
You will use the latest tools and techniques, and work how you think best; On-site in one of our partner senior living communities where our clinicians are able to work in client rooms, social areas of the community, or during walks through the gardens, or from your home office conducting sessions through our Teletherapy platform. You’re free to set your own work schedule, one that allows you to meet the needs of your patients and the demands of your own life.
At WellQor we believe in supporting our clinicians every step of the journey, from our proprietary training platform to pairing you with a lead psychologist to help you develop personalized care plans for each individual patient. Through our ‘Clinician Connect’ online communication hub and knowledge base, you will collaborate with other WellQor professionals across the nation, sharing your successes as well as getting help with issues we all face as mental health professionals. At WellQor we think it is vitally important that you grow and thrive as much as your patients do.