Therapist - Child & Family Services

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Pay is based on experience: $39,598 - $69,257 annually, Full Time 40 hours per week, benefits eligible.

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Our goal at the Bert Nash Center is to build a healthier community by responding to needs and working to restore lives. We accomplish this by believing in our team. Each person that works for the Bert Nash Center contributes directly to the success of our clients, organization, and community.

Our values of compassion, integrity, equity and hope reflect in everything we do. 


The primary responsibility of the CFS Therapist is to meet the mental health needs of children and families in Douglas County by providing outcome-based therapy interventions at the Center. This position will also provide oversight of community-based cases in which there is a provider from outside of the agency.  This position would oversee the Intake schedule for CFS.  This position would have a 60% productivity expectation that could be adjusted according to the other workflow.  This position could be hired at Sr. Level status depending on the licensure of the candidate. 

Some specific duties include:

  • Conducting systematic assessments, developing a diagnoses and analyses of symptoms within the ecological contexts, and formulating treatment plans for change with the families or guardians;
  • Working to identify and overcome barriers to treatment when possible and delivering services in the home, school, and community when appropriate;
  • Implementing interventions that target the changes needed utilizing measurable outcomes;
  • Participating in BNC training, supervision, consultation, and research activities, to assure that interventions are being delivered according to established standards of care with clearly measurable outcomes;
  • Working closely as a member of the Child and Family Services program and coordinating intervention activities with all providers, school personnel and other community agencies;
  • Providing clinical supervision and training activities, if and when appropriate;


  • An appropriate degree and being licensed or licensable by the Behavioral Sciences Board in Kansas;
  • A commitment to following all legal and ethical guidelines and standards of the profession and of The Bert Nash Center;
  • A commitment to developing cultural diversity in the workplace and in-service delivery;
  • Reliable transportation and a valid, unrestricted driver's license;