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The Fierce List (of Counseling Jobs)

  • KANSAS - KVC Hospitals, Inc.

    Aug 06, 2014
    KVC Hospitals, Inc. is part of an integrated human services provider committed to enriching the lives of children and families through medical and behavioral health care, social services and education. We are seeking a Therapist to temporarily join our team at Wheatland Hospital in Hays, KS.
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  • OHIO - Unison Behavioral Health Group

    Aug 06, 2014
    Unison Behavioral Health Group is seeking a Program Manager to develop and manage therapy programs and services for children and adolescents. Selected individual will participate as a member of the management team, oversee daily program operations, provide clinical supervision to staff, participate in program development and evaluation, serve as liaison to external partners and assist in marketing services provided.
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  • KANSAS - Shawnee Mission Medical Center

    Aug 06, 2014
    Addiction Recovery Services at Shawnee Mission Medical Center seeks PT outpatient Therapist. Must have min. 3-5 yrs. inpatient & outpatient Addiction and Mental Health experience with senior adults and adults. Case management, individual, group & family therapy. Must be licensed in Kansas through the BSRB and LAC or LCAC licensed.*
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  • IOWA - Center for Behavioral Health

    Aug 06, 2014
    Counselors assist patients in identifying, maximizing and relating their strengths to appropriate social, educational (academic and vocation) and occupational goals. Counselors help patients prepare and adjust to a drug free existence, offer assistance (emotional and physical) in problematic issues.
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