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Pay is based on experience. $39,598 - $69,257 annually, FT 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 Intensive
Outpatient/Dialectical Behavior Licensed Therapist will be to provide a wide
range of mental health services for clients who are in need of intensive and
acute mental health treatment. The
primary intervention method used will be Dialectical Behavior Therapy adapted
specifically for this population and level of care. Training and on-going supervision in this
methodology will be provided. Therapy services
will be provided in the office, home and community environment.
Some specific duties include:
- Providing psychotherapy that includes goal oriented,
and empirically based models for individual, group, family, and couples in the
office and in home or community settings with an emphasis on intensive,
acute-need and crisis stabilization services;
- Providing services with the goal of collaboration and
coordination with family and community service providers;
- Providing services related to court evaluations and
testimony, and consultation and
- Completing systematic assessments that include a
thorough evaluation of psych-social, diagnostic, strengths and liabilities of
the client and assisting in accessing resources available to the client in the
community. The evaluation will include a
collaborative process with the client and/or family in setting realistic goals
and objectives for the process utilizing best practice standards of care.
intervention techniques that are based on continual evaluation of treatment
goals and focus of the process. Goals
for treatment will be written in measurable and objective language to monitor
and evaluate treatment outcomes.
- Degree from an accredited four-year college or university plus a master's degree from
an accredited school required
as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Kansas, Licensed PhD
Psychologist by the Behavioral Sciences Board in Kansas, Licensed Social Worker
who in process of attaining clinical licensure with education and/or experience
in DBT will be considered.