Adolescent Stabilization & Assessment Unit Therapist
Working in an inpatient secure mental health unit, the therapist will establish therapeutic relationships with patients and families. Facilitate individual, group and family therapy as assigned; conduct ongoing assessments, treatment planning and discharge of patients. Coordinate services with referral sources and other community resources. Develop and maintain confidential patient record. Assist in program development and implementation. Advocate for patients and families, promote destigmatization of the disease of addiction.
Master’s Degree in Human Services and a LMHC, LMHP, LMSW or LISW (Preferred) or Bachelor's Degree in Human Services plus 1 year of experience in the human services field, able to obtain tCADC within three months of hiring, and working on Master’s Degree.
Excellent written and verbal communications skills. Excellent interpersonal skills. Bi-lingual skills (a plus).
We offer a comprehensive benefit package to our full-time employees including medical, dental, life insurance, paid time off, a wellness program, and a 401(k) savings plan for future financial protection.