Licensed Mental Health Therapist
1115 W Ironwood Dr
Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814
Posted on November 8, 2023
The Therapist performs a variety of professional and technical duties relating to the development, implementation, coordination and monitoring of resident therapeutic care, to include life skills in alignment with Innercept’s Integral Life Practice model.
The principal function of a therapist is to assist with the therapeutic functions and the day-to-day activities of Innercept’s clients. The Therapist reports directly to the Clinical Director.
- Collaborate with the Integral Treatment Team for meeting the specialized needs of residents in our care; diligently communicating any health or safety issues;
- Develop, implement, and evaluate treatment plans for each resident, working within the framework of Innercept’s core principles and in alignment with set timeframes;
- Make appropriate clinical decisions as part of the Innercept Treatment Team about activities, groups, and events in which the resident should participate;
- Deliver high quality, evidence based individual, group, and family therapies;
- Provide attention and support for the family in programming, engaging family in treatment, educating family about Integral Psychology and empowering family to determine direction for their resident and themselves as part of the Innercept Treatment Team;
- Participate in Integral Parent Retreats;
- Coach and demonstrate daily life skills in accordance with the resident’s treatment plan;
- Engage residents within the Group environment, lead groups and facilitate participation;
- Work closely with the Clinical Directors and Program Managers, providing clinical oversight in the continued development and training needs of treatment staff and monitoring of a therapeutic milieu in the program;
- Provide observation and support for other members of the Treatment Team through consistent and concise communication;
- Coordinate resident discharge and aftercare plans to ensure treatment continuity for the resident’s psychiatric and therapeutic care;
- Document resident clinical records, beginning at admission, through treatment, into aftercare and upon discharge;
- Support residents and co-workers during times of instability that may include but not limited to resident inflicted self-harm, property damage, physical aggression and elopement; acting at all times in accordance with Innercept’s behavior support policy;
- Follow Innercept’s reporting procedures for all suspected incidents of abuse, neglect or abandonment of a resident;
- On a rotating basis, provide weekend on-call availability for Innercept’s residential programs;
- Perform any other duties as required.
- Professional Clinical License in the state of Idaho, or equivalent licensure in other states, strongly preferred;
- Master’s degree in Counseling, Clinical Psychology or another associated human service profession;
- Clinical experience working with adolescents and/or families in residential treatment preferred;
- Prior experience working with an interdisciplinary team in a residential treatment setting preferred;
- Possess a valid state issued driver’s license;
- Ability to pass an Idaho Department of Health and Welfare background check;
- CPR / First Aid certification within 60 days of hire; and ongoing throughout employment.
401(k), 401(k) matching, Dental Insurance, Health Insurance, Mileage reimbursement, Paid time off, Signing Bonus, Travel reimbursement, Tuition reimbursement, Vision insurance, Call for more information