Employment Opportunities

Alpha Emergence Behavioral Health (AEBH), is seeking therapists with experience providing therapeutic and case management services to individuals with sexual offending or problematic sexual behavior. AEBH offices are located in White Bear Lake, Coon Rapids, St. Cloud, Elk River, Eagan, and Minneapolis. We are seeking full or part-time clinicians to work at any of our office locations.

AEBH is a community-based nonprofit agency operating a program specializing in the assessment and treatment of adults and adolescents who have engaged in sexually harmful behaviors. This position will work in adult programming.


  • assessment of clients in the program
  • development of treatment plans
  • facilitation of therapeutic intervention including individual and family therapy and group facilitation
  • monitoring of progress
  • reporting of progress to referral agencies and the court
  • collaboration with probation officers and human services caseworkers

The ideal candidate will have experience working with offenders or the court system and will enjoy working independently.


  • master’s degree in social service, clinical psychology or closely related field that qualifies one to practice psychotherapy
  • Independently licensed or eligible for licensure with supervision
  • must be able to pass a drug test, criminal background check, and driver’s license check prior to employment.


  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance
  • 401k
  • Continuing education
  • Supervision for licensure

Please submit a resume and cover letter to apply by email to Careers@AlphaEmergence.org.

Psychotherapist, Mental Health, Behavioral Health, Counselor, Therapist, Psychologist

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $30.00 – $50.00 per hour

Board Members
AEBH’s board of directors is comprised of at least 3 members, with an ideal board size of 7-9 members. AEBH’s board of directors is the governing body overseeing the organization’s vision, mission, and operations. Board members are elected for three-year terms. Board members hold overall financial oversight for AEBH. They are charged with the supervision and oversight of AEBH’s mission. They are responsible for making budgetary decisions, directing executive-level staff, and assuring decisions are carried out in the manner intended. Ultimately, board members serve as ambassadors for AEBH’s mission.

Board Roles
• Oversee mission. The board’s responsibility is to oversee the mission and philosophy that articulates the organization’s goals.
• Select, support, and evaluate the Executive Director. The board must reach a consensus on the chief executive’s responsibilities and undertake a careful search to find the most qualified individual for the position. The board should ensure that the chief executive has the moral and professional support they need to further the organization’s goals.
• Ensure adequate financial resources. One of the board’s foremost responsibilities is to engage in fundraising activities that will assure sufficient resources for the organization to fulfill its mission.
• Ensure legal and ethical integrity. The board is ultimately responsible for adherence to legal standards and ethical norms.
• Enhance the organization’s public standing. The board should clearly articulate the organization’s mission, accomplishments, and goals to the public and garner support from the community.

• Serve as a leading ambassador of AEBH’s mission, programs, and services.
• Agree to serve a three-year term.
• Regularly attend and prepare for quarterly board meetings.
• Volunteer for and willingly accept assignments and complete them thoroughly and on time.
• Make a serious commitment to participate actively on the board and in AEBH fundraising work.
• Be knowledgeable about AEBH’s mission, vision, programs, and events.
• Stay informed about board matters and review and comment on issues of importance.
• Get to know other Board members and AEBH stakeholders and build a collegial working relationship that contributes to consensus.
• Respond to requests for feedback or decisions between meetings promptly.
• Understand financial statements or commit to learning about nonprofit financial oversight.

AEBH board positions are non-paid positions, however, AEBH also does not require financial contributions from its board members. Board members are asked to actively participate in fundraising efforts and work to garner support for the organization’s mission.

Time commitment

The board meets once per quarter at the downtown Minneapolis outpatient office location. Meetings typically take place on a Wednesday evening and last approximately 3 hours. In between meetings, board members may be asked to respond to emails, participate in fundraising activities and networking events on behalf of the organization.

Obtaining a board position
Interested parties can apply to be part of the board by submitting a resume or CV and a brief cover letter explaining why they would be an asset to the board. The board recognizes that member service is a voluntary commitment and coordinating time for board member interviews may be cumbersome. Resumes and cover letters are reviewed, and the board discusses potential board candidates via email. When the board reaches an agreement on adding a member that member will be invited to the next board meeting. Interested members can email their cover letter and resume/CV to Ronda@AlphaEmergence.org or to the board member who invited them to apply.