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McDowell Center for Children is seeking a Master's Level Therapist for our Residential Treatment Center. McDowell works with a diverse group of boys ages 12- 18 years of age.
The Therapist is responsible for psycho-social assessments: individual, group and family sessions. They participate in treatment team planning, processing comments and discharge planning / case management service, crisis intervention and liaison services for referral sources.
Essential duties include, but are not limited to: Completing initial social work notes, family contract notes within the time frame required. Develops realistic and measurable short and long term goals. Documents all required notes for each resident's files in a timely manner.
The qualified candidate must possess the ability to interact with teenage boys in a way that promotes behavioral, emotional and psycho-social changes. Individuals should be compassionate, empathetic and willing to help make a difference in the lives of the residents so they can achieve their treatment goals and have a chance to become successful.