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516-92-PSYCH (927-7924)

Why this position, why Sacramento?

Sacramento has always been a center of commerce, trade, and travel in the state of California. Culture and career opportunities abound in this historic city, one of America’s greatest capitals.

Job Highlights:

  • Highly competitive salary;
  • Exceptional benefits package;
  • Opportunity to expand your areas of expertise through new treatment models;
  • Paid career development and training in CBT and neuromodulation;
  • Nationally recognized hospital with specialized Centers of Excellence;
  • Your California license will serve to bolster your candidacy;
  • This is not  J1 eligible

About Mindful Health Solutions:

Staff-photo-MG_7568-EDIT-300x202Mindful Health Solutions was the first provider of TMS for Major Depression in the Sacramento region. In 2011, we successfully administered over 1300 TMS treatments to help our patients overcome their depression. TMS is the first and only drug-free based therapy to be FDA cleared for the treatment of Major Depression. TMS is a safe, localized treatment for depression that is non-invasive and non-systemic with minimal side effects. Now patients who have not benefited from nor tolerated antidepressant medication have access to a treatment that can free them from depression. The physicians of Mindful Health Solutions use an integrated approach to treat depression, anxiety, and other emotional conditions.


About Sacramento:

They may have come to Sacramento for gold, but settlers found many more reasons to stay and its current residents continue that tradition of innovation, cultural expansion, and exciting new development. Old Sacramento, the city’s historic district, remains as a testament to them and hosts the acclaimed California State Railroad Museum along with many other cultural attractions and community events.

With a population of less than 500,000, Sacramento is a big city, but still only half the size of San Francisco, giving it a small-town feel with the diversity and resources of a large, well-connected city.

The junction of the Sacramento and American rivers makes the city a natural hub of trade. The rivers run deep in the valley, allowing ocean going vessels to come all the way up river to the city, a sight to behold. Whether you love sports, theatre, dance, or just strolling along the river among the flowers, Sacramento is sure to delight.  The city isn’t just a crossroads of trade, however. If the city’s multitude of recreational choices aren’t enough for you, the Ski resorts of Lake Tahoe are just a couple hours to the east, the 35,000 acres of the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex are just a couple hours north, the vineyards of Napa are a scarce hour to the west and in the south the whole of Southern California opens up to you.

Find your home in a city where you’re equally likely to turn a corner and spot a tree as you are a skyscraper.

Sacramento At A Glance:

  • Population: 466,500

  • Avg. July high: 93

  • Avg. January low: 38

  • Avg. Annual Precipitation: 17

  • Closest Big City: 90 miles to San Francisco

  • Health Care: 11 hospitals with 3,069 beds


Sacramento has a diverse local economy and high average pay levels, and is home to a busy convention center and bustling international airport. Cal State holds a lively Festival of the Arts every year with well-known poets, musicians, authors, dancers and artists, and the city’s artistic culture thrives year round.


2,000 acres of open space make the city itself a perfect place for whatever sport or activity you’re desiring. On top of that, the valley’s many rivers and lakes provide excellent trout fishing, and the nearby mountains are home to the city’s hiking and mountain biking clubs.

If you don’t want to join an athletic club yourself, the the NBA Sacramento Kings and the WNBA Monarchs can run down the court for you.

To the north, the Sacramento Wildlife Refuge Complex spans 35,000 acres and is a stopping point for almost half of the birds that migrate along the Pacific Flyway. And, of course, Lake Tahoe is nearby with all the boating, skiing, and water skiing you could ask for.


The city has numerous public and private elementary, secondary, middle and high schools.

The Cal State’s tree-lined campus runs along the banks of the American River, and along with the American River College, the Sacramento City College, and the Cosumnes River College, opportunities are abundant for those wishing to continue their education or begin it for the first time.

Does this opportunity sound like a good fit for you?

If you are interested in this position, simply click here to inquire and learn more.

Do you know someone who would be perfect for this job?

Monroe & Weisbrod is always willing to reward anyone who refers candidates to us, with a general referral bonus when the referred candidate commences employment.  Click here to contact us for more information.

To find out more about this exciting and unique opportunity, please give us a call at 516-92-PSYCH (927-7924) anytime, day or night, as we are always available to take your inquiry.