Therapist Mental Health Associate - Mental Health Adolescent Child Department at Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center
On Call, Variable
The Therapist Mental Health Associate will be responsible for providing clinically therapeutic programs and treatment in the inpatient behavioral health units. Under the supervision of the manager/director and in collaboration with multidisciplinary treatment team, the Mental Health Professional Associate (MHP Associate) is responsible for providing various modalities of treatment from a trauma informed clinical model that can include group, individual and family therapy. The MHP Associate is responsible for the psychosocial interventions established in the patient's treatment plan. The MHP Associate will use their education and training to assist in stabilizing and treating patients during their stay on the unit. The MHP-Associate provides feedback and input to the multidisciplinary team regarding their assessment of the patients strengths, capacities, and responsiveness to the treatment. In conjunction with the multidisciplinary team, the MHP-Associate will assist in supporting discharge planning efforts and interventions that support rapid stabilization and movement of the patient back into the community or the next level of care.
Master’s Degree in Psychology, Social Work, or other mental health related field from an accredited school, or from a school in candidacy status by the appropriate higher education council. -OR-
Master's Degree in Recreational therapy from an accredited school, or from a school in candidacy status by the appropriate higher education council -OR-
Master’s Degree in Creative/Expressive Arts from an accredited school, or from a school in candidacy status by the appropriate higher education council, required.This Master's degree must be eligible for licensure as LPC or LMFT in accordance with the appropriate Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists
Temporary CSWA license, or proof of CSWA initiated within six months of hire
Must be working toward licensure that must be completed within five (5) years of state board approval
Documentation of an approved supervision plan -OR-
Working toward licensure with NCTRC
Documentation of an approved supervision plan
Must obtain clinical licensure within the deadlines established by the appropriate Oregon board of licensure -OR-
LPC Registered Intern or LMFT Registered Intern from the appropriate Oregon Board, within six months of hire
Must obtain clinical licensure within the deadlines established by the appropriate Oregon board of licensure
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Requsition ID: P366503
Company: Providence Jobs
Job Category: Behavioral Health
Job Function: Clinical Care
Career Track: Clinical Professional
Department: 5003 PWFMC PSYCH ADOL
Address: OR Oregon City 1500 Division St
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