Primary Therapist | OR
The Therapist is responsible for designing and implementing a course of treatment to address students’ well-being as the students transition into adulthood. The therapist will participate as part of a functional team that includes Therapists, Case Managers, Academic/ Vocational Coaches to help students stabilize emotionally, remain sober, and achieve their goals. Responsibilities include weekly individual and group therapy, family calls, and participation in team meetings and weekly supervision with Clinical Director. There are additional opportunities to participate in program development, recreate with students, and bring your passions to our community.
Salary commensurate with experience. Medical and dental insurance, paid time off, and a flexible work schedule provided. Relocation fee.
The highly qualified candidate will have experience working in the industry and existing professional relationships. Additionally, must have a license or be license eligible in Oregon as a social worker, counselor, MFT, or psychologist.
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About Cascade Crest Transitions
Cascade Crest Transitions (CCT) is a program designed specifically to work and empower young adults. Our students are ages 18-23, who are struggling in their launch to become healthy independent adults. A typical profile of our studentsâ€™ challenges might include:
– difficulty sustaining healthy relationships
– problematic mood and/or anxiety ,
– mild learning disorders
– lack of social confidences
– struggles with motivation
– might have drug / alcohol use
We offer a setting, in which students develop healthy, independent-living skills, while receiving support and supervision from our licensed therapists, academic advisors, and devoted residential staff. The Cascade Crest team utilizes DBT and motivational coaching with all students. There are 2 phases:
->Belay Phase (3-5 months)
Students participate in a more structured and supervised schedule, including: weekly individual and group therapy, bi-monthly family therapy, equine therapy, independent living classes, DBT, academic orientation, personal finance and healthy living tasks.
->Ascent Phase (6 months)
Students are given greater autonomy, as they attend college and/or work in the local community, participate in recovery, and engage in weekly therapy and advising. This phase is designed to provide students with more â€˜real-lifeâ€™ experiences of adult independence, while continuing to offer program scaffolding of support and accountability.
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