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POST DATE 9/13/2016
END DATE 10/9/2016
JOB DESCRIPTIONA Centerstone Intensive In-Home Therapist provides individual and family counseling for youth in crisis (ages 3 to 18), with goal of stabilizing symptoms and preventing placement of youth into more restrictive setting such as hospital or residential treatment. Treatment takes place in the home and community. Candidates need a solid knowledge of therapeutic techniques such as family therapy, CBT, TF-CBT, play therapy, or other modalities. The position requires reliable transportation. Bilingual a plus!
Position is for Marshall County/Maury County area.
-Carry a small caseload of 4-5 families
-Provide individual and family therapy 3 times per week
-Participate in supervision meetings 1 time per week
-Web-based documentation that can be completed from any location
-Occasionally will be on-call to families in crisis-Flexible scheduling
-Mileage reimbursement for travel expenses
-Ability to grow and develop with extensive training opportunities
-Many advancement opportunities
-Consistently enthusiastic and helpful colleagues from whom you can learn.
This position is eligible for a sign on bonus of up to $1,250!
-Master's degree in social work, counseling, psychology, or related field
-ABA experience desired, but not required
-At least 2 years of experience providing direct counseling or therapy, especially crisis intervention
-Excellent therapeutic, written, verbal, and collaborative skills
-A highly accountable, mature professional who listens actively and leads proactively
-Self-motivated individual who can set and meet simultaneous short and long term performance goals
-Desire to be a part of a proven leader in the world of behavioral healthcare
Centerstone is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.