Western Region Clinical Positions

  • ALASKA - MANIILAQ ASSOCIATION - Children's Therapist

    Feb 19, 2015
    Provides the clinical oversight of the Residential Level II Behavior Rehabilitation Services program and reports directly to the Putyuk Supervisor. Including, completing At-Risk screening for the mental health and suicide/self-harm risk at the time of intake, at the time of admission. The Clinician will determine whether the child/youth is in need of immediate medical or psychiatric
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  • COLORADO - Mind Springs Health

    Jan 05, 2015
    Clinician will provide clinical assessment/problem identification, crisis intervention, individual, family and group therapy and case management. Develops and monitors treatment plans and progress, documents significant interactions, and maintains clinical charts and other reporting data. Works with a diverse client population in a variety of treatment approaches and/or settings. Provides clinical supervision as needed.
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  • COLORADO AND UTAH - OPEN SKY WILDERNESS THERAPY - Family Services Intern

    Mar 03, 2015
    This is a full-time, year-round position with a 12-16 month duration. It involves working 3 days in the field (2 overnights) and 1 day in the office. Primary responsibilities include facilitating Family Quests, offering weekly phone sessions with parents, and participating as a member of an integrated treatment. Position reports directly to the Family Services Supervisor.
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  • COLORADO AND UTAH - OPEN SKY WILDERNESS THERAPY - Family Services Therapist

    Mar 03, 2015
    This is a full-time, year-round position. It involves working 3 days in the field (2 overnights) and 1 day in the office. Primary responsibilities include facilitating Family Quests, offering weekly phone sessions with parents, and participating as a member of an integrated treatment. Position reports directly to the Family Services Supervisor.
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  • COLORADO AND UTAH - OPEN SKY WILDERNESS THERAPY - Transition Mentor

    Mar 03, 2015
    This is a full-time, year-round position. It involves working 2 days in the field (1 overnight) and 1.5 days in the office (schedule Sunday afternoon – Wednesday). Primary responsibilities include facilitating the graduation experience and teaching mindfulness and meditation to large groups of clients and parents.
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  • MONTANA - US Department of Veteran Affairs

    Dec 01, 2014
    The Behavioral Health (BH) Outpatient Team Supervisor is responsible for the administrative management of assigned multidisciplinary Teams within the Department’s outpatient mental health and substance use disorders units. The incumbent is also responsible for the administrative and personnel functions related to all the members on the Teams.
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