Salary: $55,000 – $58,000 annually, DOE, plus $2,000 in retention bonuses
Hours: 40 per week
Supervisor: Lead Clinical Supervisor
Settings: Recovery Home, Transitional Living Program, and Outpatient.
The Dually licensed Therapist is a licensed professional who works as a part of a multidisciplinary clinical team, treating a variety of parents and family members in need treatment and mental health services. The Therapist will establish, administer, and direct treatment and mental health services with the integration of the team in both outpatient and residential programs utilizing a trauma-responsive, family-centered model.
The primary function of the Dually licensed Therapist is to provide direct mental health therapy and substance use recovery services to the clients of Florence Crittenton Home and Services while assisting in the maintenance of Florence Crittenton’s culture, mission, and philosophy. The Therapist will have the unique opportunity to provide substance use intervention and prevention strategies to clients, along with the implementation of mental health and therapeutic goals. The Therapist also participates in weekly staff meetings, individual supervision, weekly clinical meetings, and in-services and trainings to ensure high quality program coordination and a therapeutic milieu.
Florence Crittenton’s philosophy of care is holistic, relational, client-centered, and inclusive of all members of the family. Many of the interventions focus on social determinants of health and see treatment as inclusive of all factors effecting client success. Specific supports are provided for children of parents with cooccurring disorders.
*Paid sick, vacation, and holidays
*Retirement Plan 403(b) with employer match up to 3%
*Employer contribution toward health insurance (currently valued at over $4,800 annually)
*A free Life Insurance policy, with the option to obtain more
*Optional Dental and Vision insurance
*Access to training and professional development opportunities
*Family-friendly work environment
*Satisfaction that the work you do directly impacts young parents and children