Job Type: Salary (40.00 hours per week)
Job Code: 6043
Location: Sanford 04073
About the Position
Come join an excellent team of mental health and substance abuse providers in Sanford, Maine as an Outpatient Clinician. This licensed professional would provide clinical therapy to children and families with the support of individual and group supervision, administrative support staff maintaining scheduling and client records. A strong collaborative and highly integrated team of professionals including psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, psychologists, therapists, substance abuse counselors, case managers and mobile crisis clinicians.
Reimbursement for clinical licensure, exams and renewals.
Ideal Candidate will:
- Provide outpatient therapy to children, adolescence, and adults.
- Utilize a Cognitive-Behavioral and/or family systems approach.
- Provide coaching to parents via education, support and a therapeutic environment so mutual change for a parent and child can occur.
- Help children develop interpersonal and self-regulation skills.
- Master's degree in Social Work or Counseling with a concentration in clinical practice from an accredited graduate school
- Appropriate licensing certificate: LADC, LCSW (LCPC considered)
- Work collaboratively as a member of a team with various groups of staff, depending on the issue addressed.
- Ensure quality in work performed to facilitate the delivery of quality services.
- Ensure quality service for clients by enforcing rules, regulations, and legal requirements with clients.
- Persons with lived experience in the Mental Health and/or Substance Abuse system are encouraged to apply.
- Contribute to the clinical profession by actively participating in meetings, conferences, and internal trainings; consulting with other professionals; and advocating professional values.
What Our Clients Are Saying
In August, Rachel's state of mind developed into a crisis. Rachel did not want to exist. Her husband was away on a business trip and she was alone in the house. "I guess people who are thinking of committing suicide," she said, "just do it. They don't talk about it." But talk Rachel did. She...