The therapists are a vital role in the delivery and coordination of clinical services while working collaboratively with a multidisciplinary treatment team. The therapist is directly responsible for the therapeutic needs and continuum of clinical care for the students. The therapist is responsible for creating psychosocial histories and master treatment plans utilizing their knowledge and expertise of DSM diagnosis. Therapists are responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with referring partners and play a vital role in the marketing activities. Clinical responsibilities include family and individual therapy, facilitate group therapy sessions, document all services, attend treatment team meeting, and working closely with residential staff. Therapists have a case load of 6 students. The smaller caseload allows the clinician develop a close therapeutic relationship with the student and her family.
Masters degree in qualifying area of study Experience with female adolescent population. Experience in the delivery of clinical services in a residential or wilderness setting is a plus Licensed or be licensed eligible Knowledge and clinical experience with female mental health issues (trauma, eating disorders, borderline personality disorder, ect.) Relationship focused clinician with a family systems approach
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Jack Hinman. Psy.D.