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Group Therapist - Adventure Therapy

Company: The Buckeye Ranch
Location: Columbus
Posted on: June 8, 2024

Job Description:

Compensation Ranges:

  • Bachelors Degree: LSW $45,000 - $56,000 (Based on relevant experience)
  • Master Degree: $48,000 - $58,000 (Based on relevant experience) Learn About The Buckeye Ranch:

    The Buckeye Ranch is committed to providing high-quality care utilizing the most up-to-date scientific knowledge to address the challenges faced by the children and families we serve. We take a strengths-based approach with every child, young person, and family. This means we passionately believe all children and families have strengths and those strengths can be accessed to help our families reach their fullest potential.

    The Buckeye Ranch is seeking a Group Therapist - Adventure Therapy to work in our Day Treatment program at our Bonner Academy located in Columbus, Ohio. The Group Therapist - Adventure Therapy will provide social skills and problem-solving groups in the Adventure Therapy program. Supervises clients and implements interventions developed by the team and under the supervision of clinical staff. Supports logistical needs of the program.

    Schedule:Full-time, exempt position (Monday - Friday, 8:00AM - 4:00PM)

    Location: 2865 W Broad St, Columbus, OH 43204(100% In person)

    What you'll do:
    • Identifies indicators of age-appropriate development in all domains for children of varying ages.
    • Applies knowledge in all aspects of work: screening, care planning, client care, etc.
      Assessment
    • Assesses clients for appropriate level of care, including behavioral examples, including frequency,
      duration, severity, and environmental impacts.
    • Identifies history of trauma, adversity and/or toxic stress that influence presenting problem(s),
      functioning, and family interaction styles. Determines the level of immediate and future risk of abuse or
      neglect to children.
    • Identifies cultural factors that influence strengths, functioning, and family interaction styles. Identifies
      strengths and functioning of both client and family for utilization in treatment.
    • Establishes rapport; maintains effective working relationships with diverse individuals in a nurturing and emotionally safe manner while maintaining appropriate professional boundaries.
    • Uses trauma-informed, focused interventions to engage clients. Educates clients, family members, and
      other providers about healthcare conditions, prevention, available treatments, illness and whole health
      self-management, peer support and recovery.
    • Documents in accordance with standards of practice and established policies and procedures of the Ranch
      and accrediting and regulatory standards. Consistently records client progress in relation to treatment goals. Demonstrates the ability to balance the inclusion of information with client rights to confidentiality atit pertains to the position held Who you are:
      • Have a Bachelors in a related field & QMHS certification
      • Have a record of 6-12 months supervised field experience
      • Have certificates & Licenses: LSW, LPC, or equivalent license. First Aid and CPR trained and certified
      • Are proficient with computer programs necessary to complete the above tasks including Electronic Health Record and Outlook.
      • Have a valid driver's license and insurance. An essential function of position and employee must keep insurance on their vehicle and driving
        record in accordance with policies. Our benefits:

        Benefit effective date: First of the month following 30 days of employment.
        • Wonderful medical, dental, and vision insurance.
        • Paid Time Off (3 weeks the first year)
        • Company Paid Life Insurance
        • Company Paid Short Term Disability
        • 401K + Employer Contribution
        • Non-Profit Student Loan Forgiveness Program
        • Employee Assistance Program
        • Tuition Assistance
        • Employee Referral Program

          Applicants are considered for all positions in accordance with statutes and regulations concerning non-discrimination on the basis of race, ancestry, age, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, non-disqualifying disability, veteran status, or other protected classification. The Buckeye Ranch is an equal opportunity employer, as well as a substance and tobacco free workplace. All offers of employment are contingent on satisfactory pre-employment drug screen.

          TBR001

Keywords: The Buckeye Ranch, Columbus , Group Therapist - Adventure Therapy, Healthcare , Columbus, Ohio

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