CBH is looking for Psychiatrists willing to serve rural populations on the Eastern Shore. Responsibilities will include:
Assisting Adults, Children, and Adolescents with mental health issues
Maintaining Medical Records / Documentation
Our organization promotes diversity, J1 Visa's are welcome!
For more information about the position email our Human Resources Manager at
Therapists at CBH perform a full range of clinical social work services in support of the patient's primary therapist/treatment team. Some of these tasks include:
Interviews patients and families to assess psychosocial problems,
Developing treatment plans,
Monitoring and Evaluating patient progress
Conducting individual, family, and group therapy sessions for patients and their families
Participating as a member of a treatment team or, if working on a residential program or an outpatient clinic, as a primary therapist.
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Worker
CBH is seeking qualified individuals for the position of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) Counselor.
This para-professional, mental health worker (contractual position) supports children currently receiving therapy by providing on-site and off-site life skills and social development interventions.
Interested candidates should have a Bachelor's degree in a health-related field.
To respond to this opportunity contact the program director, Kathleen Maycock at firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Behavioral Health offers a variety of internships in both our Outpatient Mental Health Program as well as our Substance Abuse Program. We have partnered with various educational institutions to facilitate rotations for their students. We currently have a PA program, a mental health rotation for psychiatric residents, and PA students, a clinical healthcare rotation for students interested in the social work field, and general internships for individuals who are interested in mental health generally.
We have also open our internships for those looking for non-clinical roles i.e. Human Resources, Bookkeeping, Accounting, Medical Receptionists, Medical Billing, Business and Facilities Management.
Clinical Healthcare Rotation
The Clinical Healthcare Rotation accepts undergraduate, 1st and 2nd year graduate level licensed individuals as well as those who are candidates for licensure but have not taken the test. Community Behavioral Health provides clinical rotation and supervision, support, and training to those enrolled in the rotation. Students with social work, rehabilitation, and counceling students are encouraged. Many of our students have gone on to sucessfully obtain licensure after completing rotation.
We have worked with the following universities:
University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Grand Canyon University
Wor Wic Community College
Applications are now being accepted! For more information email:
Physician Assistant Clinical Clerkship
Physician assistants are a vital part of health care teams and the medical community. They are the front line in providing primary care to patients in both hospitals and private practices, under the supervision of licensed physicians.
Community Behavioral Health has partnered with Towson University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, and Anne Arundel Community College to serve as a clerkship site for their psychiatry rotation. Students will be instructed in various skills including common diagnostic procedures used in psychiatry, creating appropriate medical records, as well as common medications in a mental health setting. Students will be exposed to a dynamic, fast paced mental health environment, and will ultimately gain the knowledge necessary to handle routine patient care activities in psychiatry.
Resident Clinical Rotation Site
We are an approved outpatient psychiatric clincal rotation site for 3rd
and 4th year residents from John Hopkins University, George Washington University, University of Maryland, and Toro Medical School.
Community Behavioral Health values and supports human diversity. We recognize that individual differences enrich a community. Our hope is to develop an organizational environment that counters mental health stigma and encourages positive integration of all individuals of the CBH Community. CBH place a high value on quality outcome measures, innovation, flexibility, consumer satisfaction, and employee motivation.
CBH offers sponsorshup for H1 visas and participates in the National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment Program, see below for more details.
CBH strives to find well-qualified, talented people to achieve the agency’s Mission: "To provide the highest quality mental health care and services to the population we serve” through implementation of our values."
National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment Program
The National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Loan Repayment Program (LRP) offers mental and behavioral health care providers the opportunity to have their student loans repaid, while earning a competitive salary, in exchange for providing health care in urban, rural, or frontier communities with limited access to care.
Community Behavioral Health is an NHSC-approved service site in a Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA) and all of the sites are above 14, with the exception of Centreville which is a 12.