Treatment Therapist

Company: 

Project Patch

Location: 

Garden Valley, ID

 

Job Title: Treatment Therapist

Employer: Project Patch

Contact Information: Wynter Nichols at 360-690-8495 or wnichols@ProjectPatch.org

Address: 5139 NE 94th Street STE C, Vancouver, WA 98661

Web Site: www.ProjectPatch.org

Education or Degree Required: Degree in behavioral  science such as social work, sociology, psychology, criminal justice or  counseling,

Job Location: Garden Valley, ID

Salary/Wages: $32,000-$42,000

Job Type: Full-time

Application Materials Needed:

  • Job Application
  • Resume

Specified Other Application Material: http://www.projectpatch.org/about-us-2/employment-opportunities/

Job Description:

  • Are you looking for the next step in your life's mission? 
  • We may be just the place for you. 
  • Project Patch is seeking a Treatment Threrapist to work with Adolescents at our Garden Valley, Idaho Youth Program.
  • Project Patch is a non-profit Christian-based residential treatment center for at-risk adolescents aged 12-17.
  • Clients who attend our program are good kids who are starting to make unhealthy decisions.
  • The Treatment Therapist will work closely with the client, their family, other staff and medical professionals to achieve the individual client’s goals.
  • Our facility is located in the beautiful mountains of Garden Valley, Idaho just one hour from Boise.
  • The campus is centered in an outdoor lover’s paradise with abundant wildlife and activities to enjoy.
  • Very affordable housing is available on site.
  • Full health benefits offered with only a $15 employee monthly share. paid time off and sick time also offered.
  • Eligible for Federal Student Loan Forgiveness Program.

Responsibilities:

Our successful candidate will:

  • Encourage spiritual growth in clients by providing an example through living a life consistent with Christian principles.
  • Assisting and/or conducting worships for clients as needed.
  • Mentoring clients on spiritual issues through prayer, personal example, and discussion.
  • Conduct individual crisis counseling.
  • Conduct groups.
  • Teach DBT.
  • Conduct individual therapy.
  • Conduct family therapy.
  • Field phone inquiries from parents/guardians.
  • Provide weekly communication with parents through email or phone calls.
  • Supervise family visits.
  • Maintain communication log.
  • Work with shift supervisors to assure satisfactory completion of required ranch documentation.
  • Act as a case manager in the administration of medications
  • Provide feedback on client’s progress
  • Communicate with medical professionals
  • Communicate with guardians
  • Participate in advisory committee meetings as requested.
  • Participate in daily activities with staff and clients, including but not limited to, recreation, worships, work projects, etc.
  • Assist supervision staff with group closure.
  • Attend dorm staff meetings
  • Conduct staff training as requested
  • Work 40 hours weekly, to coincide with current supervision shifts, hours to be determined.
  • On call after hours and Saturdays for crisis intervention.
  • Attend general and departmental staff meetings.
  • Ensure adherence to the Level Program.
  • Maintain open and appropriate lines of communication with other departments and co-workers.
  • Promote and abide by Patch policies, procedures, and standards.
  • Provide for the care, welfare, safety, and security of the clients in our care.
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • We are looking for a professional who holds a degree in behavioral science such as social work, sociology, psychology, criminal justice or counseling