Job Description:

Bring your career to Southern Oregon! Nestled between the Cascade and Siskiyou mountains, the Rogue Valley and surrounding area in Southern Oregon offers many trails to explore, large parks, breathtaking views, mild climate year- round and more! Be part of a thriving, growing region!

Seeking a Qualified Mental Health Professional to join the Youth Team as a therapist for the Early Assessment Support Alliance (EASA) teamThis position works with transitional age youth (TAY) ages 15-25 with a comprehensive treatment team. EASA is a unique and well supported program targeting early intervention, assessment and education of psychosis to youth and their supports. This position carries a small caseload and works closely with youth, their supports and treatment team for up to two years. This position receives monthly opportunities for ongoing education that will increase your skill sets to the next level. If you love learning, being on a small comprehensive team, helping young adults, lots of clinical supervision and ability to work independently…. this is your job!

Position Summary
Under direction, to provide comprehensive mental health treatment as part of a multi-disciplinary team; assess family, cultural, social and work relationships; conduct mental status examinations; identify current DSM diagnoses; write and supervise the implementation of an Individual Services and Support Plan (ISSP); provide individual, family and/or group therapy within scope of training; and, other related work as required.

Examples of Essential Position Duties
• Completes comprehensive mental health assessment.
• Develops and/or coordinate client Individual Services and Support Plans; as appropriate, makes referrals to other services or community agencies to meet client need.
• Provides specialized individual, family and/or group counseling and therapy, education, outreach and support to clients and families as necessary.
• Provides consultation, education, information and resource advocacy to agencies in the community which routinely come in contact with clients; maintains liaison with key community agencies that serve people with mental illness.
• Prepares and maintains required records, progress notes and files; prepares reports as needed.
• Completes appropriate billing and encountering of time spent in delivery of client services.
• Assists with program planning activities, designing program services and coordinating activities with assigned staff.
• Maintains knowledge of current research, trends and practices applicable to assigned program by attending classes, conferences and workshops as appropriate.
• Serves on committees; performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
• Adheres to County and departmental policies and procedures as well as safe work practices, policies and procedures.
• Develops and maintains effective working relationships with other staff, public officials, the general public and representatives of other agencies.
• Attends and participates in required trainings.
• Has regular and reliable attendance.

• Overtime may be required.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.

Education and Experience
• A Master’s Degree in psychology, social work, recreational therapy, art therapy, music therapy, or related behavioral science field.

Licenses, Certificates and Other
Must have a valid Oregon driver’s license with an acceptable driving record. If not currently licensed as stated below, must register as an intern and have an approved Plan for Supervised Work Experience or have a complete application and an approved Resident Supervision Contract with the appropriate Oregon licensing board within one (1) year of date of hire. Must be licensed as a clinical social worker (LCSW), psychologist, professional counselor (LPC), or marriage and family therapist (LMFT) in Oregon within five (5) years of date of hire.

Please send your resume and cover letter to Tonya Christensen, Senior Recruiter. EOE

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