Website Pediatric Therapy Center
Seeking a Master-level clinician to join our new Pediatric Behavioral and Mental Health Services program. The Clinician will join an elite group of multi-disciplinary practitioners committed to the health and well-being of children and their families.
Embracing the family-centered Pediatric Therapy Center philosophy, the Clinician is an integral member of the Pediatric Therapy Center clinical team. The Clinician will assist in the development and implementation of an array of evidenced-based behavioral and mental health services offered by Pediatric Therapy Centers across New Hampshire. The Clinician will conduct assessments, deliver evidenced-based interventions for pediatric patients and their families with a wide-variety of mental health needs, and ensure the quality and integrity of exceptional services.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
- Provide individual, group and family therapy (within or outside the Center walls)
- Ensure the efficient delivery of quality, evidenced-based services
- Engage in consultation with other providers, family members, outside agencies, as well as PTC clinical team members to leverage in home supports for successful outcomes
- Participate in day to day activities within the Center ensuring outstanding customer service, utilization of resources + scheduling efficiencies, timely submission of documentation, and collaborative service delivery
- Represent as requested; Pediatric Therapy Center’s Behavioral and Mental Health programs and services to key stakeholders, and community members
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Competency as a practitioner; extensive knowledge of children, youth and family mental and behavioral health diagnosis to include Autism, and evidenced-based treatment practices
- An ability to build rapport with children, youth, families and their broader communities
- Demonstrated success working in an integrated therapy setting, collaborating with other clinical disciplines, and contributing to the development of behavioral health programs and services
- Strong organizational, communication and time management skills
- Flexibility and adaptability to work in a progressive, growing, pediatric clinical setting
Master’s degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling or Doctorate in Psychology from an accredited college or university.
The position requires two to three years’ experience working with children, teens, and families; multi-disciplinary pediatric clinical team experience preferred, strong work ethic; and efficient organizational, communication, and time management skills.
NH LICSW or LCMHC license required.
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