Penn Psychiatric is always looking for qualified therapists and psychologists as well as support staff for our BHRS program. Please view the following job descriptions to see if you qualify.
Responsible for individual, group, couples and family therapy in the home, school and community settings. Assist children and adolescents with mental health issues in developing and implementing their recovery goals. Provide documentation of recovery goals, interventions, and strength-based assessments in treatment plans and progress notes, including client’s response to treatment interventions, barriers, and progress. Experience with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Functional Behavioral Assessments a plus. Some supervisory duties of bachelor’s level clinicians.
Master’s Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Special Education, Criminal Justice, or Human Services. Licensed professionals are preferred and eligibility for the Behavior Specialist license is a plus!
Day and evening hours available.
Responsible for one-on-one support to children and adolescents with emotional disturbances. Aid client in eliminating inappropriate behaviors, provide emotional support and aid in the transference of such skills to those responsible for the client. The TSS, in following a treatment plan with behavioral goals, will encourage socially appropriate behaviors, responsibility, and independence. Responsible for recording data and monitoring progress of client.
Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Service field, such as Psychology, Social Work, Education (related work experience preferred but not required), OR a Bachelor’s Degree in any field PLUS one year of paid related work experience with children OR 60 college credits/Associate’s degree PLUS three years paid related work experience with children. Day and evening hours available.
Responsible for bio psychosocial intake assessments, individual, group, couples and family therapy. Assist children and adults with mental health issues in developing and implementing their recovery goals. Work collaboratively with clients to create recovery focused goals, interventions, and strength based assessments. Use these items to develop person-centered individualized treatment plans.
Master’s degree or Doctoral degree in Human Services field. Independent Licensure required (licensed psychologists, licensed social workers, and licensed professional counselors). Two years’ experience in community-based mental health services. Specialization and/or certification in one or more disorders or treatment modalities such as Co-Occurring Disorders, Dialectical Behavioral therapy, Eating Disorders, Trauma etc. preferred.
Flexible hours, evenings preferred.
We are seeking Board Certified / Board Eligible Psychiatrists (child and/or adult focus) to perform part-time work in a collegial environment. This is an outpatient-only practice with no on-call responsibilities. Hours will be divided between our offices in Collegeville & Phoenixville, PA. The Psychiatrist will provide psychiatric evaluations and medication management; as well as be responsible to collaborate with therapists and other staff. Must be licensed in PA and maintain individual malpractice insurance. Competitive rates for service.
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