All Kinds of News for January 10, 2018
Therapist/Clinician – Full time position in a residential treatment center for girls ages 11-15.
The primary therapist works with a caseload of 6-7 clients and their parents and conducts individual, family and group therapy. Position is full time Monday – Friday. Clinicians collaborate with the residential program staff as well as the academic department in designing and providing a comprehensive treatment plan for each client. Clinicians attend weekly treatment team meetings, planning meetings and monthly overnight recreation trips a few times a year. Responsible for coordinating with referral sources, and completing standard clinical documentation.
- Minimum of Masters Level degree in Mental Health.
- Licensed or licensing track.
- Knowledge of adolescent treatment, experience in specialty modalities preferred (i.e. CBT, DBT, EMDR, trauma informed therapy, play therapy, equine therapy, etc).
- Some clinical training provided.
Customer service oriented, superior verbal and written communication skills, work with clients and families in crisis, detail oriented, self-motivated, great computer skills, ability to work with a variety of people, love of outdoors and physical activity a plus. We are an open and diverse population so expertise and ability to also work with LGBTQ populations is important.
Salary commensurate with experience and full benefits.
Please send resumes to Jennifer Hedrick, at email@example.com
About Moonridge Academy
Moonridge Academy is a CERTS Program in beautiful Southern Utah with 16 beds, and is specifically designed for younger girls, ages 11-15. Younger girls need a younger environment, without the influence of older girls' more sophisticated or advanced issues. Moonridge takes a young approach to therapy and intervention, even our DBT program is taught and delivered at this specific age range level. Moonridge is intensive residential treatment for girls with issues of trauma, emotional regulation, depression, family conflict, and beginning stages of self-harm or substance experimentation. Traditional schooling is provided and Moonridge uses play and laughter to connect, a warm family environment to protect, and deep therapy to inspire and create change.