School Based Therapist
The School Based Therapist will provide specialized services
to patients and their families in an outpatient setting with the goal of
restoring or maintaining patients at their highest level of functioning. The
School Based Therapist provides therapeutic services to a variety of clients
from diverse socio-economic backgrounds and temperaments to obtain specific
information; assess medical and psycho-social service needs; and determine the
suitable treatment. Responsibilities also include to promote a flexible
delivery of service, increase communication and collaboration with the school
district, and a more unified team which will provide an enhanced therapeutic
experience for our clients.
- Licensed mental
- An individual with a
graduate mental health degree and at least one year in a CASSP system, or
employed by a licensed mental health services agency or subcontracted
School Based Mental Health Professional
The Mental Health Professional will
be responsible for providing and supervising mental health treatment and crisis
intervention for children and families through the Clinical Home model. This
position also includes providing intensive case management service to children
and families, and providing consultation and training to supervisees as well as
teachers and school personnel to support the overall mental health goals of the
child's treatment plan.
License (LPC, LSW, etc.)
PA Driver's License and Auto Insurance (100/300/50)
Therapeutic Staff Support:
Contribute to the ongoing
development of the child’s individual treatment plan and crisis plan. Use
strength based approaches. Follow treatment plan. Engage child in specific
interventions. Teach child & family skills & competencies. Engage the
child & family in specific activities, therapeutic interventions, &
community activities. Help transfer skills & develop positive relationships.
Complete daily progress report. Maintain quality records.
Degree in a human services field
PA Driver's License
Licensed Mental Health Therapist:
Outpatient Clinicians provide outpatient therapy to
children, adolescents, and their families to address emotional and behavioral
concerns. Each family is provided a prompt intake appointment to develop
a comprehensive treatment plan tailored to the unique strengths and needs of
the child and family. In addition to offering traditional treatment
methods, such as Play Therapy and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, we have
specialized programming to deliver evidence-based practice models.
- Master’s Degree
- Necessary certification (LPC, LCSW, LMFT)
Behavioral Health Worker
The Behavioral Health Worker will be
responsible for implementing mental health treatment and crisis intervention
for children and families through the Clinical Home model. This position also
includes providing psycho-educational groups for youth and/or families,
intensive case management service to children and families, and supporting
clients with one-on-one interventions in the school, home, and community to
support the overall mental health goals of the child’s treatment plan.
Behavioral Health Workers will attend weekly supervision and consultation
deemed appropriate as well as frequent participation in trainings.
- 2 years of full-time experience working with children in the mental
Behavioral Specialist Consultant/Mobile Therapist:
Behavioral Specialist Consultant and Mobile Therapist’s services are intended
to provide intensive, therapeutic services to a child and family preferably in
the family’s home. Other accepted settings are in the child’s school, church,
community center, or neighbor or extended family member’s home. Services are
not to be provided in an office setting. Services provided by the BSC/MT are
intended to be strengths-based, child-centered, family-focused, and
eco-systemic in nature. The BSC/MT will provide individual and family
psychotherapy, with a strong emphasis on goals agreed upon by the family and
treatment team. The BSC/MT will use a myriad of therapy techniques and will
have consistent sessions with the child individually, the entire nuclear
family, the family and other community resources, and any subsystem of the
family, as clinically indicated by the prescribing psychologist.
Degree in a mental health field
- One year documented paid experience working
with children or adolescents
- Have a professional license (LBSC, LSW, LPC)
- Valid PA Driver’s License.
All positions require the necessary child abuse clearances: PA Child Abuse Clearance, PA Criminal Background Check and FBI Federal Background Clearance
Blair Family Solutions, LLC offers competitive
salaries and benefits to all full-time employees.
Medical Insurance ● Dental
Insurance ● Vision Insurance ● Health Savings Accounts ● Paid Time Off ●
Flexible Work Schedules ● Aflac Plans
To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to ChenoaRice@blairfamilysolutions.com