Therapist will provide individual, marital, group and family therapy; conduct diagnostic evaluations; provide consultative services with community agencies; and provide case management to assigned cases. Therapist will ensure services are administered in a person-centered, recovery-focused manner while meeting all certification standards for DHS 35. Therapist will be familiar with Women's AODA issues in order to provide Mental Health Therapy and attend wrap around meetings. In addition to providing therapy, the focus of this position is to develop treatment or individual service plans to help empower individuals and families with the skills and resources necessary to address mental health/AODA issues and concerns, respond appropriately to crisis situations, and improve overall client/family functions.
Therapist will work with staff, management and other agencies, including the court/legal system, in the provision of comprehensive services to clients.
This position participates as a member of the mobile crisis team to assess citizens of the tri-county area who are experiencing a mental health crisis, including on-call intervention services when required.
Retirement including Wisconsin Retirement System and voluntary 457 deferred compensation plan available.
Flexible work week available.
Sign-on bonus potential.
Comprehensive Health and Dental Insurance including generous HRA contribution with rollover.
100% employer funded Life and LTD insurance.
15 Vacation days, 12 Sick days and 2 Personal days annual leave policy for new hires.
Three Years post-graduate experience as a therapist in a behavioral health treatment facility/program
Combination of education and experience that provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities will be considered. WI licensure as a mental health professional with 3,000 hours of supervised clinical practice.
Additional Salary Information: Pay based on experience. Sign-on bonus potential for this position. Separate pay schedule when performing on-call crisis services: $1.50 on call; $21.00 travel; $42.16 assessment--all per hour.
Internal Number: 20181016
About The Human Service Center
It is the mission of The Human Services Board to provide the citizens of Forest, Oneida, and Vilas Counties with chemical dependency, developmental disabilities, and mental health services. The Board is, therefore, dedicated to ensuring a range and quality of services that will:
Assist people to free themselves from the destructive abuse of alcohol and other drugs that diminish their ability to assume full responsibility for their own lives.
Assist people to fulfill their human potential even though mentally challenged or otherwise developmentally disabled.
Assist people to achieve the kind of mental health and psychological wholeness that will enable them to function more creatively and constructively, both as individuals and as members of the community.
It is further the mission of The Human Services Board to encourage activities that will prevent people from becoming disabled by chemical dependency, mental illness or developmental disabilities.