Are you passionate about helping families and youth in the recovery process?
Join our team of competent and caring professions as a Therapeutic Training and Support Worker in the In-Home Therapy program at Behavioral Health Network! Therapeutic Training and Support Workers provide high quality in-home therapy and community support services to children, adolescents, transition-age youth, and their families at least twice each week or as clinically indicated. They assist youth and their families in promoting or maintaining linkages with outpatient treatment and provide client transportation when necessary.
Therapeutic Training and Support Workers address the coordination of care coordination and treatment needs of youth served and provide referrals to community-based agencies, services, and organizations as appropriate. They ensure clarity, detail, and consistency with best practices in their paperwork, including progress notes and treatment plans. Therapeutic Training and Support Workers' timely notes reflect the actual progress being made towards established treatment goals of those we serve.
In-Home Therapy works with families with a child or teen with behavioral issues to help to resolve conflicts, develop new routines, set limits and find community resources. We offer intensive and flexible services such as family therapy, therapeutic training and support, care coordination and others, in any setting where the youth is naturally located to meet the needs of families.
Behavioral Health Network is a growing non-profit community behavioral health agency that has been providing services to children, adults, families and communities in Western Massachusetts since 1938. BHN provides comprehensive, outcome-driven behavioral health care. We are dedicated to offering high quality, affordable and culturally appropriate care to people of all ages and income levels in our constituent communities.
Therapeutic Training and Support Workers at BHN have the following qualities:
Bachelor's degree in a related field or eligible for a waiver with payer credentialing committees (required).
At least one year of experience in the human services field (required).
Have a broad knowledge of mental illness diagnoses, behavioral modifications techniques/coping mechanisms (required).
Skilled in parenting education and experience working with children and families.
Familiarity with internet, word processing and email systems (required).
Valid driver's license and reliable vehicle (required).
If you are interested in this opportunity, please visit our website at www.bhnworks.org and click on "Browse All Jobs" to apply!
BHN maintains its commitment to social justice & strongly encourages diverse candidates to apply.
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