THERAPY AND COUNSELING 

CAREERS

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Child and Family Eating Disorder Therapist (Full- or Part-Time)

Provide comprehensive and culturally responsive mental health services for emotionally disturbed children and clients with eating disorders and their families.  Provide crisis intervention and case management services to caseload clients and families.

Co-Occurring Program Manager

 

The Co-Occurring Program Manager will provide comprehensive and culturally responsive co-occurring services and chemical dependency assessments for children, youth, and their families.  This individual will provide consultation, supervision, leadership, and support to members of the outpatient team pursuing their CDP.  Additionally, will act as the supervisor of record for the Group Care Enhancement Program Staff. Help grow Ryther’s Co-Occurring program.

JJATT SUDP Assessor

The Juvenile Justice Assessment Team (JJAT) Substance Use Disorder Professional (SUDP) Assessor will provide timely, comprehensive SUD assessments for adolescents referred by the Juvenile Justice Assessment Team to assess for substance use disorders.

Licensed Child and Family Therapist

Provide comprehensive and culturally responsive mental health services for children and their families.  Provide crisis intervention and case management services to caseload clients and families.

Non-Licensed Child and Family Therapist

Provide comprehensive and culturally responsive mental health services for children and their families.  Provide crisis intervention and case management services to caseload clients and families.

OPS Peer Partner

 

The Outpatient Services Peer Partner will utilize their own experiences to deliver direct supportive services to youth referred to or receiving outpatient services.  The Peer Partner must have lived experience with either mental health struggles as a youth or mental health system involvement as a youth.  The Peer Partner will ensure that youth voice and choice are understood and utilized by other providers. This individual will connect youth/families to supports and resources within their community, and engages youth and family in the treatment process. They will also advocate for youth/family needs within the team and community, providing services in a variety of community locations.