We are always interested in meeting talented clinicians in our community.

CCA is a unique mental health practice from both client and clinician perspectives. Ultimately, CCA is defined by the talent that we offer to our clients, and for that reason it is our goal to enlist the most skilled, energetic, and passionate clinicians in the communities that we serve.

CCA offers a platform that is unlike any that we are aware of for clinicians to build successful practices, explore their interests, and ultimately to build practices around those areas of special interest.

Integration and coordination of care are two of the cornerstones of the philosophy that guides our practice. To support this vision, we have put into place a robust technical and operational infrastructure. For example, our electronic medical records and document management systems allow us to share information among the clinicians involved in a client’s care; including, when appropriate, your primary doctor or other medical specialists.

The field is ever changing. We must remain informed about and even contribute to the development of new treatment techniques and procedures. Many of our clinicians hold Clinical Faculty appointments in VCU Health System’s Department of Psychiatry. Moreover, CCA has been able to work with the Department of Psychiatry to enable current teaching faculty (some of the most skilled practitioners in the nation) to expand their clinical practice into the community.

If you feel that CCA may be the right environment for you to fulfill your professional objectives, we encourage you to contact us to explore the possibility.


To apply for any opening, mail, email, or fax letter of interest and resume to:

Dr. James Bullock
Executive Director
Commonwealth Counseling Associates, PC
9202 Center Oak Court
Mechanicsville, VA 23116

Phone: (804) 730-0432


Medical Practice Operations Manager

Job Title: Practice Operations Manager

Experience Needed: 3+ years required

Status: Full-time

Reports to: Practice CEO

Job Summary:

The Practice Operations Manager (POM) is responsible for planning, directing, evaluating and managing the day-to-day administrative operations of a multi-site behavioral health practice. The POM is responsible for assisting the CEO in optimizing the efficiency and effectiveness of the practice operating within the community standard of care, meeting all legal and regulatory requirements, maximizing clinical revenues, and exceeding patient expectations.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Manages the administrative team
  • Provides supervision, job training, and performance appraisals to ensure effective execution of job duties.
  • Identifies need for ongoing development and training of assigned staff and facilitates education and communication to continually enhance staff competencies.
  • Evaluates work flows and resource needs and ensures adequate coverage for all administrative functions.
  • Promotes positive interpersonal relationships that support an environment conducive to team work, patient and staff satisfaction and high-quality care.
  • Manages the revenue cycle to maximize clinical revenue
  • Oversees front-end operations including patient scheduling and registration, insurance verification, and patient payments at time of service.
  • Oversees credentialing function to ensure proper credentialing of professional staff with third party payers.
  • Oversees billing and collections function monitoring all aspects to include insurance authorization, charge capture and reconciliation, collections, payment posting, internal controls, billing and coding and denial monitoring.
  • Develops and regularly reviews performance metrics to ensure efficient and effective revenue cycle operation. Continually assesses quality, productivity and efficiency of each assigned area to maintain and improve cost-effective operations.
  • Coordinates and performs human resource functions
  • Recruits administrative staff to ensure adequate coverage for all essential functions.
  • Coordinates onboarding of new administrative staff.
  • Assists CEO in management of employee benefits (health insurance enrollment, vacation/sick time, 401K administration, employee review dates tracking, etc.)
  • Maintains human resources files for administrative and professional staff
  • Maintains employee handbook.
  • Responsible for ensuring practice-wide compliance
  • Monitors and ensures practice compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements, requirements of third party payers, and policies and procedures related to operation of practice.
  • Oversees health information management/electronic medical record function and staff.
  • Maintains a current working knowledge of HIPAA Regulations and ensures practice-wide compliance with same.
  • Identifies potential risk areas bringing them to the attention of the CEO and assists with problem resolution.
  • Documents and maintains records of compliance activities.
  • Provides support to the CEO by assisting with the following administrative functions:
  • Provides daily physical facility oversight, ensuring that all physical aspects are maintained appropriately and that procedures concerning the safety and security of staff and patients are followed.
  • Assists with the maintenance of technology resources (computer systems and software, telephone, internet and office equipment). Ensures that all equipment is properly maintained, repaired as needed and equipment-related activities are properly documented.
  • Writes new and updates existing policies and procedures as necessary; reviews all policies and procedures at least every twelve months.
  • Oversees, within scope of assigned responsibility, business and financial activities of the practice including but not limited to the preparation and processing for payment of accounts payable invoices, submission of bank deposits, and the ordering of office and other practice supplies.
  • Prepares routine and ad hoc business and operational reports.
  • Addresses and effectively resolves issues brought forward by patients and patient representatives, administrative and professional staff, and payers.

In addition to the preceding job functions, the POM may also perform other duties and responsibilities as required or assigned.

Qualifications and Skills:

Required education/experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Health Administration, Business Administration, Accounting, or related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • A minimum of three years of experience in an outpatient medical practice setting, including management and supervisory responsibilities. Supervision of multiple clinical settings or a behavioral health clinic setting a plus.

Desired skills/knowledge

  • Proven ability to guide and supervise others and effectively lead employees in a constructive and appropriate manner that fosters cohesiveness and commitment.
  • Knowledge of medical revenue cycle including both front and back end operations
  • Experience with credentialing of medical providers with third party payers
  • Understanding and application of Federal HIPAA guidelines and confidentiality requirements
  • Experience developing, implementing and maintaining human resources record-keeping systems and policies and procedures
  • Strong literacy and comprehension of computer systems, technology and applications, with aptitude to learn and manage practice’s financial and operating systems and applications
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • Able to plan and manage time effectively, organize resources, set priorities and complete projects in a timely manner
  • Ability to analyze, comprehend, and interpret data for others
  • Skilled in establishing and maintaining effective communication and positive working relationships
  • Medical Coding Certification (CPC)

Physical Demands

  • Performing routine tasks involving sitting in one location for prolonged periods of time
  • Standing, walking, stooping, kneeling and crouching
  • Lifting and/or moving up to 20 pounds and occasionally lifting and/or moving up to 50 pounds
  • Driving between the practice sites and to locations required as part of executing job duties and responsibilities

Environment and Work Conditions

  • The environment demands independent work, as well as highly collaborative team work, in what can often be a fast-paced setting
  • Patient and staffing demands may necessitate additional hours and adjusted work routines
  • The noise level in the work environment is usually minimal

To learn more about Commonwealth Counseling Associates, PC, please Contact us.

Child Psychiatry Staff Position

Our rapidly growing outpatient private practice is searching for a full time BC/BE Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist. Minimal qualifications include Doctorate of Medicine or Osteopathic Medicine with residency in psychiatry and fellowship in child & adolescent psychiatry Candidates must be licensed or license eligible in Virginia and hold valid DEA Certification.

With four offices located in the suburbs of Richmond, Virginia, Commonwealth Counseling Associates, PC (CCA) offers excellent earning potential and broad-based administrative support in a flexible, multidisciplinary private practice setting. The position requires no inpatient duties or responsibilities. Consultation/liaison opportunities may be available if desired.

Clinical Psychologist Staff Position

Seeking Virginia Licensed Clinical Psychologists (Ph.D. or Psy.D.).

We are looking for an adult clinical psychologist and a child/adolescent clinical psychologist, who are licensed in Virginia. Candidates already credentialed with commercial insurance companies strongly preferred. We welcome clinicians who want to work both independently and as a member of a team, with autonomy and support to develop the areas of interest and expertise important to you.

· On-line patient registration and assessment screening that is available to you prior to the initial appointment.

· A wide range of patient referrals. You will not need to market your services.

· State of the art electronic health record that allows you to efficiently document your clinical contact and easily coordinate your treatment with other relevant providers.

· Psychiatrists and nurse practitioners available to provide psychopharmacology services.

· After hours on-call provided for your patients.

· A credentialing specialist who maintains up to date credentialing for all clinicians.

· Class A office space with all furniture, computer, and software provided. We strive to have waiting areas and offices that are comfortable for both you and your patients.

· Opportunities to work in medical settings as our integration initiatives expand



9202 Center Oak Court

Mechanicsville, VA 23116


Tel: 804.730.0432
Fax: 804.730.2829

Evening and Saturday hours are available by appointment.




15521 Midlothian Turnpike

 Suite 105

Midlothian, VA 23113


Tel: 804.423.1550
Fax: 804.423.1550

Evening and Saturday hours are available by appointment.




5213 Hickory Park Dr

Suite A

Glen Allen, VA 23059


Tel: 804.237.8030
Fax: 804.237.8028

Evening and Saturday hours are available by appointment.




7231 Forest Avenue

Suite 103

Richmond, VA 23226


Tel: 804.728.2138
Fax: 804.447.3352