Academic – meets one (1) of the criteria below:
- Has a graduate degree from a college or university that is accredited by an agency recognized by the United States Department of Education or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) in a generally recognized clinical discipline in which the degree program includes a clinical practicum; OR
- Has an equivalent degree from a foreign college or university that has been evaluated by the Association of International Credential Evaluators, Inc. (AICE) or the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). The Department will accept a general equivalency report from the listed evaluator agencies to verify a foreign degree or its equivalency; OR
- Is licensed in a generally recognized clinical discipline that includes mental health clinical experience.
- Must have audio/visual/verbal activity to provide clinical services to the clients and to perform essential job function.
- Must have emotional stability to perform essential job functions.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with agency personnel and community agencies.
- Ability to accept supervision. Therapists involved in the Adventures Program will receive supervision specific to the program in addition to existing clinical supervision requirements.
- Ability to adjust hours to job requirements.
- Ability to work independently.
- Must possess good written and verbal communication skills.
- Ability to protect the confidentiality of the clients.
- Ability to identify with the agency’s mission statement and support the agency’s core values.
- Have current PA State Police clearance, PA Child Abuse History clearance, and FBI Clearance.
- Provide individual, family, group and couples counseling to clients as defined in an individualized treatment plan generated within 15 days or 2 sessions of date of admission and updated at a minimum of 120 days. Treatment plan goals are to be measurable with progress documented in a progress note for each session.
- Complete clinical file documentation in a timely manner (initial paperwork within 72 hours, psychosocial within 2 weeks, payroll according to agency schedule) and in accordance with agency policies and procedures. Maintain case documentation according to DHS requirements.
- Consult with psychiatrist, other involved program areas or providers on a regular basis to ensure continuity of care and coordination of services.
- Attend regularly scheduled supervisory sessions with clinical supervisor and psychiatrist. Present/Review case files as required by supervisor.
- Complete the agency's orientation and keep up to date with personnel and training requirements
- Must meet identified productivity expectations.
- Individual and Family Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Couples Counseling
- Theological Sensitivity
- Positive Discipline
- Therapeutic Interventions and Approaches
- Child Protective Services Law
- Trauma Treatment
- Behavioral Modification
- DSM 5 Diagnoses
What We Offer – Community Mental Health Programs
(Must meet eligibility requirements- see policies/plan documents for complete requirements and eligibility)
- Comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, vision, paid time off, and 401K offerings with agency match
- Agency provided life insurance and long-term disability coverage
- Paid mileage for traveling between client sites and offices
- Paid training and administrative time
- Licensure Supervision for FREE!
- Tuition reimbursement
- New Hire Incentive Bonuses
- Employee Referral Bonus Incentives
- Approved Agency for Public Student Loan Forgiveness
- Employee Assistance Program
- Glade Run is Sanctuary certified – we provide a supportive, respectful environment for our clients and our staff where shared governance, open communication, social learning and responsibility, non-violence, emotional intelligence, and growth and change are paramount in all aspects of our programming