Rogue Valley, Oregon
THERAPISTS – 5 POSITIONS OPEN
2 positions for Day Treatment Therapists – $57,255 to $83,591
3 Positions for Outpatient Treatment Therapists – Salary: $46,577 to $68,001
Family Solutions – Rogue Valley, OR
Family Solutions, providing a continuum of behavioral health services for children and families in the Rogue Valley, seeks five (5) Therapists who will lead the reopening of the day treatment and outpatient services (post COVID).
Two Day Treatment Therapists (DT Therapists), one for our Grants Pass campus (River Bend), and another to split time between River Bend and our Ashland campus (The Summit). These DT Therapists will support an average caseload of eight clients in our Psychiatric Day Treatment schools, and collaborate with teachers, families and community partners to provide intensive mental health support for children ages 3-13.
Three Outpatient Therapists (OP Therapists) will work in our Medford location and provide therapy services for children, youth, adults, and families who are insured under the Oregon Health Program. The OP Therapists are responsible for providing services related to the delivery of mental health care to assigned clients at their designated Outpatient location. This role will also provide consultation and/or case management services to community professionals who support our client, which also support our client’s overall mental health goals.
These positions provide a challenging and rewarding opportunity to work with the most vulnerable and have a positive impact on improving children’s and families’ lives! If you are looking for a career where you have autonomy while also being supported, learn from experienced staff and support peers, advance your skills and build your career, while improving the lives of others, then you need to consider working for Family Solutions!
DT Therapists (2 openings)
Psychiatric Day Treatment is an intensive five-day-per-week program for children with severe emotional and behavioral issues. Therapists work closely with the teachers, parents, treatment specialists, and community partners to provide a holistic and innovative approach to care for children between the ages of 5 and 13. This program provides an alternative to residential care, allowing children to remain at home during intensive treatment. The average length of stay is 10 months, after which most children successfully transition back to their regular school. The program offers: individual, group, and family therapy; regular and special education services; and individual and group skills training in a therapeutic environment.
The children we treat are high acuity and often have experienced extreme trauma. These are vital positions in helping the children learn how to regulate their behavior and emotions, and have the tools to be successful in life. Therapists will be tasked with highly intense mental, verbal, and physical situations and bring a calming presence, set positive professional boundaries, and have previous experience working with children, which is vital.
OP Therapists (3 openings)
OP Therapists provide therapy services for children, youth, adults and families who are insured under the Oregon Health Program. This is a more traditional therapist role where treatment and clinical recording make up the primary responsibilities. OP Therapists develop and maintain individualized treatment plans for each client using evidence-based practices and providing on-going assessments of client’s progress.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATES – ALL DT and OP Therapists
Candidates should be independent decision makers who can deescalate problems and provide solutions. Therapists will have the empathy and patience to work with these children from the belief that they do as well as they can and are in need of improving their skills (with support) to be able to be more successful in school, at home and in the community.
DT and OP Therapists will be trauma informed and use evidence-based practices and is responsible for individual therapy, family therapy, team meetings and consultation, and crisis response for each client they are assigned to. Candidates will provide a calm and soothing demeanor, de-escalate stressful situations, and use their expertise to provide tools to their clients to develop healthy coping mechanisms. Our ideal candidate will be patient, flexible, energetic, and adaptable, with unshakable passion and commitment to the work they provide. Successful candidates will be highly collaborative and interested in playing a key role in the innovative holistic approaches to therapy. They should also have excellent time management skills, balance competing priorities, demonstrate a high level of emotional intelligence, and easily build trusted relationships.
Minimum Background and Education:
- Master’s degree in a mental health related professional field.
- Valid Oregon driver’s license and satisfactory driving record (or able to obtain one by time of hire).
- Must clear a background check conducted through DHS.
Salary and Benefits:
- Treatment Therapists – $57,255 to $83,591
- Outpatient Treatment Therapists – Salary: $46,577 to $68,001
- and an attractive benefits package including:
- Vacation –6 weeks.
- Holidays – 11 days per year.
- Sick Leave – .04 per hour worked caps at 96 hours.
- Health Plan – 1 option employee only $20 a check for Medical, dental, vision, Short term disability, Long term disability, life insurance. Family coverage offered at additional cost.
- Retirement – After 1 year of service up to 4% match.
HOW TO APPLY: This is an open continuous recruitment and we will be interviewing qualified candidates as they apply, SO APPLY ASAP for first consideration (please anticipate virtual interviews initially, with final interviews in person, and likely being conducted in late-July/early-August, 2021).
Apply on our website at: https://wbcpinc.com/job-board/
Question? Contact the recruiter, Lesa DePiero, Human Resources Manager at:
Direct: 541.414.1725 ext. 725