This position provides evidenced based behavioral health intervention in an integrated care residential treatment facility. Individual, family, and group therapy are provided to treat a broad array of behavioral health disorders, including facilitation to a Medical Home. Clinical services are provided with a context of multi-agency collaboration with an emphasis on effective, outcome-oriented treatment. Natural and formal supports are actively involved in treatment.
What We Require:
Master's or Nursing degree in counseling and/or social services related field from an accredited college or university required.
Two years' experience* in providing direct treatment to individuals with behavioral health needs required.
- Recent graduates are not subject to the required two years' experience. Recent graduates shall receive a higher level of supervision until they 1) meet the WAC Mental Health Professional definition, or 2) receive a MHP waiver
Agency Affiliated Registration in Washington State is required, licensure preferred.
State of Washington mental health specialty in child, disability (developmental disability/serious physical handicap or sensory impairment), and/or older adult populations preferred.
Clinical competence in providing assessment, supportive services, education, and therapy to consumers and their natural supports.
Clinical competence in the provision of individual, family and group treatment.
Licensed marriage and family therapist, social worker, or counselor