The Bradley Center is a trauma-based residential treatment facility where children with mental, emotional, intellectual, and behavioral disabilities receive 24 hour care and therapy. We house children and adolescents from ages 6-18. Our residents present with a wide range of mental health diagnoses and often have a past history of trauma. Some symptoms that our residents may exhibit include but are not limited to labile and reactive moods, oppositional defiance, rigidity in thinking/behavior, sensitivity to routine changes/crisis situations, self-harm behaviors, and verbal/physical aggression.
We are seeking an energetic, nurturing, and confident clinician to be a Play Therapist for the agency. This position will be a member of the Imprints/Impressions treatment team and will report to the Senior Mental Health Therapist of that unit. This position will be responsible for providing individual and group play therapy and as well as some family therapy for the children on their caseload. This includes providing individual and group play therapy sessions as well as working with the clinical team on developing appropriate play therapy assessments, goals and objectives and treatment plan writing. Documentation of all sessions is also a requirement.
Duties and Responsibilities
Work with children, families and staff in a variety of settings, such as school, residential, community, and vocational settings.
We are committed to advocacy for children with special needs, care and compassion, and focusing on the inherent strengths of children, youth and families without regard to race, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, or gender. The Bradley Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Bradley Center