The Professional Program Clinician and Primary Therapist is responsible for providing the full range of therapeutic interventions to clients in treatment, including assessment and treatment services, family/relationship services, group process, educational presentations, treatment planning and review, documentation of services and client response, concurrent reviews, discharge planning and managed care contact. The ideal candidate must have substance abuse treatment experience and be fully licensed or eligible.
Master’s Degree in counseling, psychology, social work, or other human service related area required. Dual license in addiction preferred. Prefer at least three years of related experience, with focus on substance abuse.
3 openings. Employer will assist with relocation costs.
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About The Blanchard Institute
The Blanchard Institute provides an empathetic and accepting atmosphere where individuals, families and loved ones who suffer from mental health and substance use disorders receive progressive and holistic treatment. Through an evidence-based model, the program provides the treatment, education and resources to individuals, families and their loved ones that are necessary to reestablish a solid foundation to live fulfilling, healthy lives. All therapy services are conducted by licensed, master's-level therapists, and intervention assistance is available.