As part of our commitment to help increase education and awareness surrounding OCD and related disorders, the IOCDF maintains a list of current professional job openings to be accessed by those working in the field of mental health.
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Current Job Openings
Below is a list of current job openings in the field of OCD and related disorders. Click the arrow to the right to view the job description.
Position Title: Primary Therapist
Position Type: Full-time
To conduct psychosocial evaluations of assigned residents. Interviews and assures that the resident, parents and significant others are interviewed to obtain data on the student’s personal, social, developmental, and emotional history. Prepares and assures that a complete Psycho-Social History is done on each resident to provide information on the resident's personality and behavior including information regarding physical and mental condition; heredity, social, developmental, school environment and personalities in the family, group, as well as the resident's reaction to them.
To supervise and participate in the formulation and implementation of the treatment plan.
To supervise and assist with weekly team meetings discussing treatment formulation, progress, regress and/or failure; conduct discharge planning, discharge summaries, follow-up care and liaison communication.
To assure continuous, appropriate, and effective communication regarding treatment progress and resident information among all personnel involved in the treatment program as well as with parents, referral sources, payor sources, etc.
Conduct certifications and recertification with payor sources for the ongoing treatment of each assigned resident.
Assist in establishing criteria for peer review and quality assurance and improvement activities.
Assist the clinical director and Therapy Supervisor in developing new policies and procedures.
May be required to participate in budget planning for the primary therapy service.
Must consistently demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain good public relations with families, referral agencies, and other community resources.
Must have the ability to express ideas clearly, concisely, convincingly, and effectively when addressing an audience.
To consistently exercise good judgment and adequate emotional stability in evaluating situations and making decisions despite the pressures of deadlines or the occurrence of unexpected stressful events.
Assists and ensures that families are helped with problems arising from the resident's admission to the Academy.
Participate on committees and in professional meetings and staffings as necessary to the function of the program.
Assists with the family when necessary in initiating court proceedings necessary for the continuation of treatment for the resident.
Assures consistency in dealing in a tactful and harmonious fashion with staff, residents, the public and to adhere to and follow all residents’ policies and procedures as designated and defined by the Executive Director of the Center.
Develops, and implements milieu treatment strategies to ensure consistent, effective care of students.
Provides supportive leadership for community meetings and selected off-campus activities.
Actively participates in parenting training/workshops and seminars.
Participates in on- and off-campus activity programming.
Participates in marketing activities.
Participates in the facility-wide IOP program.
Minimum of a Masters Degree in clinical social work, clinical psychology or marriage and family therapy or related field.
Minimum of two years experience in the area of child and/or adolescent treatment is preferred along with a thorough knowledge of emotionally disturbed children and adolescents.
Intervention techniques of individual, group and family therapy in working with residents and their families. Basic knowledge of educational, psychological, family and social work systems as related to special education and behavior treatment.
Must participate in WayPoint Academy’s Clinical Competency Program which covers all pertinent aspects of the job description including the proper utilization of progressive disciplinary interventions, therapeutic holdings, and emergency initiation of emergency special treatment procedures.
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Located in Huntsville, Utah, WayPoint Academy is a specialized boarding school of 36 students and is dually licensed as an independent school and residential treatment center. We are located in scenic Huntsville, Utah and provide clinical treatment and academic support to young men ages 13-18 who struggle with the debilitating effects of anxiety, depression, and related disorders. We are currently seeking a licensed therapist to join our clinical team. Weekly a therapist will be expected to provide individual, group, and family therapy, as well as, treatment planning and case management services.
Chief Operating Officer
Company Website: DBHHelp.com
Position Title: Clinical Psychologist
Position Type: Full or Part-Time.
Dominion Behavioral Healthcare of Chesterfield (DBHC) is a multi-disciplinary group practice with two offices in Chesterfield County, adjacent to Richmond, VA. As a founding partner of DBHC, I have developed a specialty practice providing quality outpatient psychotherapy to individuals with OCD and related disorders. I am now engaged in "successive approximations" towards retirement. I would like to recruit a clinical psychologist who is interested in developing a similar practice to maintain continuity of care for existing patients and accept new referrals. A psychologist who provides services to individuals across the life span would be ideal.
Virginia licensure or license eligibility is required.
Salary/Commensurate: Percentage based on collections
I think this could be a great opportunity for an early or mid-career clinician to live and work in a growing area with many educational, recreational, and cultural resources. A path to partnership is possible, as are teaching, research, and supervision activities.
Job Posting URL: http://www.dbhhelp.com/careers
Company Website: www.cbtallc.com
Position Title: Practice Associate
Position Type: Full or part-time, Licensed or eligible
Cognitive Behavior Therapy Associates, LLC (see our website www.cbtallc.com) is a rapidly growing CBT/ERP/ACT/psychotherapy group practice located in Lexington, MA. We are actively looking for part-time or full time licensed psychologists to provide CBT-ACT and ERP therapy to our patients. Also for psychiatrists or other prescribing clinicians to provide pharmacotherapy.
We have a friendly and professional staff. We are diverse and value diversity.
We are looking for one full and one half time clinician (or three half-time positions). A variety of hours are available in terms of office space so your practice with us would be flexible. We have daytime, evening and weekend hours available.
You should be eligible to accept insurance, in other words be licensed or license eligible in Massachusetts. experience using CBT, ERP and related therapies such as ACT and DBT to treat OCD, other anxiety disorders and depression is essential. For prescribers, experience in treating OCD, other anxiety disorders and depression would be essential.
We run our practice as a group practice model with clinicians on W-2 pay but you set your own hours and run your practice for the most part as you please. The practice determines your monthly income based on reimbursement received. We have one of the lowest rates in Boston so you see more in your paycheck.
Position Title: Psychologist
Position Type: Part/Full Time
The Snow Psychology Group, LLC (www.snowpsych.com) is seeking a fully licensed or license-eligible psychologist for a part-time or full-time employee position in our thriving fee-for-service group practice to provide psychotherapy services. The successful candidate is knowledgeable about CBT and experienced providing individual therapy to an adult population aged 18 and above. Experience with couples’ therapy and group therapy is a plus. We offer a competitive salary, IRA retirement plan with employer match, flexible schedule, weekly staff case consultation to foster your growth and professional development (also eligible for CE credit), full administrative support, free parking, beautiful suburban office suite, and a collegial work environment with a team that enjoys working and playing together.
About The Snow Psychology Group, LLC
The Snow Psychology Group provides evidence-based psychotherapy and comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations to young adults and adults across the lifespan. We work with older teens (18+), college and graduate students, young professionals, mid-life adults, and older adults. We specialize in treating mood and anxiety disorders, OCD, trauma, relationship issues, and adjustment to life transitions. Our experienced therapists work from a CBT orientation and integrate additional approaches to tailor therapy to the specific needs of each individual.
Please email letter of interest and resume to: email@example.com
How many years of providing psychotherapy to outpatient adult population experience do you have?
What is the highest level of education you have completed?
Do you have the following license or certification: Independent license?
Are you willing to undergo a background check, in accordance with local law/regulations?
Salary: Competitive salary
Dr. Selena Snow
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