Individual and Family Therapist

Duties

  • Provides individual and/or family therapy to program youth and caregivers using evidence-based treatment models. 
  • Provides case management as appropriate to support therapy goals.
  • Travels for community-based sessions or meetings, including in-home sessions as needed.
  • Is flexible in scheduling sessions to accommodate client schedules.  Occasional work outside regular office hours may be required.
  • Participates in the development of comprehensive mental health assessments and service plans.
  • Utilizes validated behavioral interventions to promote change.
  • Utilizes validated assessment tools to measure progress on treatment objectives and regularly updates service documentation to show progress.
  • Attends weekly clinical team meetings.
  • Provides accurate and timely record keeping and documentation for all clinical activities using electronic health records system, including keeping work calendar up to date.
  • Meets billing expectations set by supervisor.
  • Coordinates with partnering agencies to ensure collaboration of services.
  • Engages in ongoing training to promote model adherence in service delivery.
  • Participates in supervision as required.
  • Performs other related duties as required.

Requirements

  • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university with major study in social work/behavioral science or a closely allied field and one year of experience in the care and treatment of children or young adults.  Recent graduates of Master’s programs are encouraged to apply.
  • Experience with a behavioral approach to treating youth and families preferred.
  • Experience treating families, children, and adolescents.
  • Experience implementing evidence-based or protocol-driven treatment preferred.
  • Experience with the administrative components of treatment (case documentation) preferred.
  • Comfort with providing services to youth and/or their families in the community, client homes, or school settings.
  • Demonstrated ability to work as part of a treatment team.
  • Valid driver’s license, reliable car, and adequate automobile liability insurance.
  • Must meet any required state certification or licensing criteria.
  • Preference to applicants bilingual in English and Spanish, but not required
  • Diverse candidates encouraged to apply

Job Classification:
MH9

FTE:
Hourly or 1.0 FTE – $37,922/year starting salary plus benefits
(Base salary is higher for fluent English/Spanish speaking employees)

Supervisor:
Evyan Stuart

Starting Date:ASAP

Applications:
Submit letter of intent, current resume and application to:

Oregon Community Programs
Attn: Colie M
1170 Pearl Street
Eugene, OR 97401.

Deadline:
Friday, May 31st at 5pm or until filled

Employees’ files will be accessed during the selection process – Oregon Community Programs is an EEO/AA employer