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.

Individual Resiliency Therapist - First Episode Psychosis

 

The Individual Resiliency Therapist provides individual psychotherapeutic interventions to youth and young adults experiencing psychiatric symptoms using evidence-based approaches in line with the FEP—NAVIGATE Model. Provides culturally-relevant, trauma-informed, strengths-based, and measurement-based care for young people experiencing their first psychotic episode.  Treats psychosis, schizophrenia-spectrum disorders, substance use, and other high-risk behaviors/symptoms as part of a multidisciplinary specialty treatment team.  Provides individualized psycho-education and resiliency training. Works collaborative with entire FEP treatment team.  Facilitates family and group therapy as indicated.

JJAT Mental Health Assessor

 

The JJAT Mental Health Assessor provides timely, comprehensive mental health assessments that are trauma-informed and culturally specific for adolescents referred by the Juvenile Justice Assessment Team.

JRA SUDP(t) or Co-Occuring Therapist

 

The JRA SUDP(t) or Co-Occurring Therapist provides targeted comprehensive and culturally responsive treatment for adolescents with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.  Treatment services include: diagnostic assessment, individual therapy, family therapy and parent support, group therapy, and on-site school based services.

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 Parent Peer Partner

The OPS Parent Peer Partner utilizes their own experiences as the parent/caregiver of a youth who has experienced emotional or behavioral issues, and involvement in one or more child serving systems, to deliver direct supportive services to parents/caregivers of a youth referred to or receiving outpatient therapy services.  The Parent Partner ensures that parent/caregiver/family voice and choice is understood and utilized by other treatment team members.  Connects families to supports and resources within their community, and engages youth and family in the treatment process.  Advocates for family needs within the team and community.  Provides services in client homes, schools or other convenient community locations. 

Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Specialist

Provides Substance Use Disorder (SUD) training, technical and consultation services for host site staff, provides SUD services (i.e. education, prevention, recovery groups, assessment and referrals) as needed to children/adolescents and their families.

WISe Youth Parent Partner

The WISe Youth Parent Partner utilizes their own experiences as the parent/caregiver of a youth who has experienced significant emotional or behavioral issues, and involvement in one or more child serving systems, to deliver direct supportive services to parents/caregivers of a youth referred to or receiving wraparound services.  The Parent Partner ensures that parent/caregiver/family voice and choice is understood and utilized by other wraparound team members.  Connects families to supports and resources within their community, and engages youth and family in the wraparound process.  Advocates for family needs within the team and community.  Provides services in client homes, schools or other convenient community locations. 

WISe Therapist

The WISe Therapist provides comprehensive therapeutic support services assisting children, youth, and families cope with complex behavior and mental health needs.  In a team framework the therapist works in close collaboration with a Wraparound Facilitator and Parent /Youth Partner to identify goals, assess needs, and coordinate access to community resources.  The Therapist will conduct outreach to clients and families in their homes, school, and community.  WISe will be provided to BRS and Medicaid clients in various Ryther programs (i.e. Mental Health Outpatient, Sub-Acute Care).