Sunrise RTC is hiring a full-time Mental Health Therapist to work in a residential treatment program for adolescent girls between the ages of 13 to 17 in the St. George, Utah area.
As a Therapist at Sunrise, you will have the unique opportunity to be a part of one of the only programs to provide treatment within all three phases - stabilization, assessment, treatment, and transition- from one program. You will be a part of a highly collaborative team of therapists, teachers, and residential staff who understand that success is dependent upon the involvement of adolescent girls and their families.
You will focus on therapy within a safe, highly supportive, and non-judgmental environment. You will be trained and mentored on multiple modalities within the framework of individual, group, family, equine assisted, recreational, systems, and transitional therapies. As a Therapist, you will have the opportunity to provide a continuation of care as adolescent girls' transition home.
Not only do we say we provide a high level of care, we have the data to back it up. At Sunrise, are focused on outcomes and measuring success.
You must have a master's degree in the behavioral sciences. For example, marriage and family therapy (MFT, LMFT); social work (MSW, LCSW); clinical mental health counseling (LPC, LCMHC); or a related discipline.
You are (or have the ability to be) licensed in the state of Utah, or you are actively working towards obtaining clinical licensure.
You're able to pass a state background check.
You're interested in working with us long-term.
Pay and Benefits:
We offer a competitive salary based upon experience and state licensing plus additional compensation in client transitional care. You will have the opportunity to enroll in a comprehensive benefits package that includes:
Voluntary Life insurance
Employee Assistance Program
Company holidays: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day
401(k) with company matching for all employees who have worked 1,000+ hours in the first 12 months of employment.
This is what it is all about:
"I am so pleased to say that Sarah continues to do so well. It's not all roses and sunshine, but she continues to intentionally work on her issues.
She talks to us and seeks our support and advice. She knows who she is and what she needs to work on and can accept that and be happy with herself. There are so many examples of how she takes a healthy approach to issues she would have become dysregulated about before.
She seeks help when she needs it. She cares for herself. Nina and I also continue to do well.
We now have a good language to be able to discuss our issues (with Sarah and between ourselves). We continue to have healthy boundaries and to be open and truthful in our discussions. Mutual Aid continues for us, but now less frequently than before; and the Parenting without Pressure book continues to help us structure things. Sarah is a real success story, for herself, for us and for Sunrise.
You guys are the best and I look forward to seeing you all again when we can make a reunion! I really miss Utah and all of you! Please know that you do one of the most important jobs in the world and you make a difference!"
AN ALUM FATHER 9 Months After Finishing Treatment
How to Apply:
Let's get to know each other. If you think you'd be happy working at Sunrise, we'd love to talk and answer your questions. If you're ready to apply, you can submit a resume at https://sunrisertc.applicantpro.com/jobs/ You may also contact a member of our hiring team Rebecca McElroy, our HR Manager, at 435-627-5187.
Sunrise is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
Job Type: Full-time
Sunrise Residential Treatment Center