Looking to make a difference and be part of an amazing and growing team? Embark In-Home Services is seeking empathetic and caring therapist who are passionate about healing clients and their families!
Not only does this position allows for the flexibility in setting your own schedule but an in home clinician provides one and one clinical support to adolescents and young adults in nontraditional venues! Our clients and their families do their important work right in the home, and right in the home community. Our teams leverage naturally occurring opportunities with clients in social, academic, recreational, work and other settings to propel positive change usually only talked about in most outpatient practices. Our unique approach is multi-systemic and emphasizes the power of relationships.
Our therapists are part mentor, part life-coach, part teacher, and part advocate. They work closely with Clinical Team Leader and Parent Coach to provide support for the entire family. This position is contracted. In addition to direct contact time, we pay our clinicians for case management/administration time and drive/travel time.
Why is Embark Different?
We are looking for:
An experienced therapist with strong therapeutic versatility who is comfortable supporting clients in a variety of settings outside of traditional offices and programs and can help "coach" clients into increased competency in navigating the real world.
This therapist is calm under pressure, has successfully navigated clinical crises in other settings and can manage the competing concerns of individual clients, their families, and others.
A passionate promoter of a positive culture within family systems. This person is also the "face" of Embark with their clients and interacts effectively with referral sources and other identified individuals supporting the client such as employers, school counselors, psychiatrists and others.
Why is Embark Different?
Primary Job requirements:
Must be fully licensed in the state you are working in.
Must have CPR and First AID
Experience working with adolescents and young adults in a therapeutic capacity.
Master's Degree in Psychology, Social Work, or Marriage and Family Counseling.
Experience with crisis response.
Ability to meet client scheduling needs which may include off-business hours, including after school, evening, and/or on weekends.
Strong ability to personally relate one-on-one with each client and build solid relationships.
Possesses emotional maturity; able to receive course-corrective feedback.
Flexibility to travel; a heavy amount of driving for meetings at client homes and for activities.
Desire and ability to work 15-20 hours per week. Set your own hours as long as client needs are met!
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