Bright Road Recovery is an innovative eating disorder treatment program with an outstanding treatment team.
We are seeking a licensed or associate full-time therapist to provide psychotherapy services in Residential, PHP, IOP and Outpatient levels of care. Our highly trained and skilled therapists work as part of a multi-disciplinary team in various aspects of the program including group/family therapy, individual therapy and meal support.
Our young, vibrant and growing company is looking for professionals who share our vision, passion and energy for helping patients recover from eating disorders. If you are interested in working in a program where your ideas are valued, your contribution to program development is welcome and you are interested in making a lasting difference in the recovery of our patients, Bright Road Recovery may be a perfect fit.
Minimum of a Master’s degree in Counseling, Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, Social Work or related field
Must have and maintain active associate’s registration or state license for MFT, LCSW, LPC or PsyD or PhD
Our ideal candidate:
has at least 2 years’ experience (pre- or post-licensure) working with eating disorders, trauma, addiction, or severe mood disorders
is available for full-time work, including evenings and/or weekends (if program needs require)
is creative, responsive, and passionate about their treatment approach with patients
interested in bringing creative ideas, passion, and expertise to further enrich and develop our dynamic program
Therapist Responsibilities (including, but not limited to):
Reports to Clinical Director
Conduct individual, group, and family therapy sessions for patients at RTC, IOP, PHP & Outpatient LOC
Provide meal support during supervised meals
Participate in case management and care coordination, including utilization reviews (if needed) and treatment team meetings
Maintain appropriate and timely contact with referring professionals
Detailed and timely documentation, including: biopsychosocial assessment, weekly goal setting and treatment planning, session progress notes, discharge reporting/recommendations
Participate in collaborative therapeutic and work environment
Must be able to sit for extended periods of time
Must be able to climb and descend stairs
Must be able to lift up 10 pounds regularly and up to 50 pounds occasionally.
COMPUTER & EQUIPMENT SKILLS:
Has good general knowledge of computer operations; uses a keyboard and calculator proficiently and with a high degree of accuracy
Uses Microsoft Office Word and Excel as well as Internet and email programs proficiently, including Google platform applications such as google docs, sheets, forms, slides, etc
Uses typical office equipment