Therapist Position Description

Overview

• Reports directly to the Clinical Director

• Collaborates with the Program Staff and Clinical Staff

• Directly manages a caseload of up to 8-11 clients

• Facilitates 1-3 therapeutic groups per week

• Weekly Individual Therapy and Family Calls for each client in caseload

• Participates in Trainings, Supervision Groups, All-Staff Meetings, and Community Group


Core Responsibilities

• Effective communication with families, educational consultants, referrals, and previous therapists and programs

• Collaboration with Sponsors, Clients, and Mentors in the creation and communication of realistic AIM Plans and Intentions

• Developing and executing individualized treatment plans

• Effectively advocates for clients internally and externally

• Communicating and relaying information about therapy sessions with Supervisors

• Completes and submits all required paperwork in a professional and timely manner


Case Management

• Establish and maintain relationships with education consultants, families, and external treatment programs

• Advocate for caseload internally and externally

• Ability to communicate clearly, comfortably and respectfully with participants (individually and as a  milieu), educators, therapists, consultants, staff and parents


Clinical

• Responsible for ensuring mental health treatment services are provided in a way that maximizes client independence and family empowerment

• Provide sophisticated individual, group, and family therapy, clinical documentation, individualized treatment planning, and aftercare support services

• Responsible for case management of clients while working effectively within a multi-disciplinary team

• Intermittent involvement in off-campus activities including adventure education

• Provides impeccable communication with referring professionals in a timely and consistent basis

• Participate in business development including attending and presenting at industry conferences, building relationships with referring professionals, and outcome study initiatives


QUALIFICATIONS

• Masters degree in psychology, counseling, or social work is required

• Preferred License: LPC, LLPC, LLP, TLLP, LMSW, or LLMSW

• One year or more in counseling and working with young-adults/adolescents or equivalent experience

• Ability to work in an intense environment with diverse and sometimes difficult individuals

• Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal are required

• Must possess good organizational and time management skills with the ability to handle multiple agendas on a time-limited basis

• Understanding of Addictions Recovery

 

 

To apply for a position, please send a resume and cover letter to careers@aimhouse.com.

If you have any questions about available positions or the application process, please call 303-554-0011.

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