Want to be a part of our welcoming, diverse and talented team?
The New Beginnings Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values a diverse workplace. We are committed to building a team that is inclusive of all people, including those of LGBTQIA+ communities, members of all ethnic groups, people with disabilities and medical conditions, foreign-born residents, and veterans. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.
Concierge Designed Services for a Personalized Path to Healing
Our mission is to promote healing of the individual whose nervous system has been disrupted by trauma, depression, anxiety, addiction and/or chronic pain by restoring balance and healthy functioning that will improve the individual’s overall quality of life. We strive to honor the body’s good wisdom that has developed coping strategies for survival and follow its capacity and pace for growth and healing.
Our Unique New Beginnings Culture
At The New Beginnings Center, we strive to co-create a workplace culture that reflects our values and that promotes mental and physical well-being. We each bring our individual nervous system resilience and dysregulation to the Center each day, and may need support from each other to be able to be our most grounded and effective self for ourselves, our workmates and our clients.
Growing a healthy workplace culture is the responsibility of all of us, individually and collectively. Each of us has a particular role or job duty at the Center, which results in differing amounts of hierarchical power and influence. However, each of us equally has a voice and ability to influence the climate of our workplace.
We all aim to make decisions about the operations of the Center based on our mission and to seek input from stakeholders in making those decisions. Stakeholders are defined as individuals or entities that have an invested interest in the outcome of the decision and may include, but not limited to: staff members, clients, colleagues outside the Center, professional organizations, neighbors in the building.