$2,000 Signing Bonus Offered for Independently Licensed Therapists; $1,000 Signing Bonus for Dependently Licensed Therapists
The Children's Home is a private, nonprofit organization and a leading provider of education and mental health treatment for children facing significant social, behavioral and learning challenges. Since 1864, The Children's Home of Cincinnati has provided services and programs that transform the lives of children and their families. We are funded through a combination of program fees, government and granted funds, donations, and investment revenue.
Definition and Primary Objective:
Behavioral Health Therapists deliver an array of services which meet the individualized mental health needs of the children and families served. Performs a variety of functions in multiple settings, displaying an understanding of family dynamics, cultural preferences, and community environments. Delivers services to client and/or any other individual who will assist in the client’s mental health treatment.
Direct Client Service
Conducts agency based as well as community based individual, group, and family therapy and/or CPST. Develops treatment plans, formulates and facilitates intervention objectives to meet child’s and family’s needs.
Evaluates progress of each client, while providing coordination and/or assistance in crisis management and stabilization as needed.
Provides a comprehensive and complete diagnostic assessment of each child referred for mental health service, which includes a conceptual and clinically significant behavioral or psychological picture.
Make specific efforts to incorporate an awareness of culturally diverse populations through an understanding of the nuances of an individual and family’s cultural frame of reference.
Completes all required documentation including but not limited to service tickets, progress notes, service plans, discharge summaries, and other reports as required, while meeting or exceeding all monthly and quarterly department productivity (UR) requirements.
Internal and External Collaboration
Consults and collaborates with internal as well as external resources on behalf of the client and family. Consults and collaborates with internal as well as external agencies, organizations and entities on behalf of the department. Develops and maintains a working knowledge of community resources. Maintains updated information regarding juvenile justice, human services, health, mental health, legal and educational/vocational systems of care.
Attends agency and departmental meetings. Serves on agency wide committees.
Quality Assurance and Effectiveness
Delivers interventions based on best practice models.
Attends agency trainings or professional seminars/conferences as required or necessary in order to maintain compliance with professional licensure and to increase professional knowledge and skill base.
*Positions available in Autism Services, Day Treatment, and Early Childhood Mental Health*
Minimum Education, Experience and Other Skill Requirements:
This position requires a Master’s degree in Social Work or related field from an accredited college or university plus a minimum of one year of clinical experience in working with children and families. Certification (PC, LSW, MFT, PCC, LMFT or LISW) required. LISW, PCC or IMFT strongly preferred. Must possess minimum technical skills including familiarity with Microsoft Windows and ability to use standard Microsoft Office applications.
Internal Number: BHC Therapist
About The Children's Home of Cincinnati
The Children's Home of Cincinnati is a private, nonprofit organization and a leading provider of education and mental health treatment for children facing significant social, behavioral and learning challenges. Since 1864, The Children's Home of Cincinnati has provided services and programs that transform the lives of children and their families. We are funded through a combination of program fees, government and granted funds, donations, and investment revenue. Our Mission: "Creating lasting results that strengthen families and our community by guiding individuals - from infancy to independence - through comprehensive education, behavioral, and health services."