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If you like working with people and helping them be successful, this is the job for you. The Department of Workforce Services (DWS) is looking for a skilled and motivated individual to fill a full-time Licensed Clinical Therapist (LCT) position in the Logan and Brigham City offices. This position will require limited travel to regional employment centers and telehealth services statewide. There is a possibility for a partial telework/remote work schedule.



The Ideal Applicant
The model applicant for this position is capable of the following:

-Communicate verbal and written information clearly, effectively and concisely
-Read and understand information presented verbally and in writing
-Perform individual clinical evaluations and compose clinical recommendations
-Conduct substance abuse assessments; assess physical, mental, social or economic needs; and able to provide individual and group clinical therapy, as needed
-Use case management, word processing, data analysis and messaging software systems
-Deliver presentations or training using acceptable methods and techniques

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We are looking for LMSW or LCSW clinicians licensed in the state of Idaho. We are seeking compassionate and knowledgeable candidates that are ready to grow with our company. We offer mental health counseling to individuals and families of all ages. We pride ourselves in providing a supportive and kind environment to work. Pay is $35-$50 per billable hour depending on experience.

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Thrive Therapy is a brand new mental health counseling private practice located in the Salt Lake Valley. Our mission is to provide a sanctuary for individuals seeking support and our team of compassionate and qualified therapists is dedicated to fostering a space where clients can process emotions and difficulties, including but not limited to depression, anxiety, OCD, and addiction. What sets us apart is our commitment to personalized care. Our therapists tailor our therapeutic interventions according to the individual needs of each client to facilitate their growth and resilience. Because we are new, this is an excellent opportunity for you to leave your fingerprint on a practice and help shape the practices and culture of Thrive Therapy.

Thrive Therapy is committed not only to improving client quality of life but our providers' quality of life as well. Our goal is to create a professional and safe environment for you to do what you do best, connect with individuals who are struggling and are searching for hope and healing, without having to worry about bookkeeping, scheduling, marketing, office space leasing, and all the other management headaches.

In addition to being a part of a collaborative and supportive work environment, we offer:
Full-service, modern office space, and practice management
Growth opportunities
Accreditation with insurance companies
Health, vision and dental insurance
Continuing education stipend
401(k)


Role Description
This full-time Licensed Clinical Social Worker role is hybrid, meaning it is located in Draper, UT but some work from home is acceptable when doing virtual visits with clients. The day-to-day tasks associated with this role include providing mental health counseling to individuals and groups, assessing patients to determine their needs, developing treatment plans, and assisting patients in obtaining community services. Additionally, the Licensed Clinical Social Worker will be responsible for conducting psychotherapy, providing case management to patients, and collaborating with other professionals to assess and coordinate patient care.

Responsibilities
Conduct patient assessments to determine mental health needs, and develop treatment plans
Make appropriate diagnoses within the scope of practice
Provide crisis intervention and support to individuals experiencing acute mental health episodes
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, patients, and their families
Ability to provide a safe and supportive therapeutic environment
Master's Degree in Social Work, current License to practice as LCSW, and state licensure
Passion for continued learning with a commitment to stay current with new therapeutic modalities and professional practices.
Facilitate group therapy sessions to promote peer support and skill-building
Collaborate with other healthcare professionals to coordinate care and ensure holistic treatment
Maintain accurate and up-to-date patient records in compliance with legal and ethical standards
Participate in clinic community outreach activities
Utilize evidence-based therapies, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, EMDR, and trauma-informed practices to address patient needs


Qualifications
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Masters degree or higher
Previous experience in social work, counseling, or other related fields
Compassionate and caring demeanor
Ability to build rapport with clients
Strong collaborative qualities
Excellent written and verbal communication skills

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The University of Utah, College of Social Work, Social Research Institute ( SRI ) invites applications for a 12-month career-line faculty position at the rank of Research Assistant Professor with responsibilities for contract procurement, management, and related administrative responsibilities as necessary. This is a non-tenure track position intended to be a long-term position within the University’s Career-Line Faculty structure, with a renewable contract. The University of Utah and the College of Social Work- SRI value candidates who have contract management and research experience working in health and human services, workforce services, or public benefit programs, and possess a strong commitment to improving outcomes for historically underrepresented populations.

Responsibilities

SRI has a faculty position open for a successful candidate to support and carry out grant and contract work on significant contracts with various Health and Human Services agencies in Utah. The successful candidate will preferably already have experience as Principal Investigator (PI) of grant and contract work with such entities. Outstanding research and interpersonal skills are a prerequisite. The candidate will be expected to help SRI generate extramural funding for independent and collaborative research projects and to work well in a highly collaborative and dynamic environment in the Department and in the University community. Evidence of securing external grant funding will be a big plus.

This position will report to the Director of the Social Research Institute ( SRI ), Chad McDonald. This position will be responsible for the coordination, implementation, and successful completion of significant contract work with Health and Human Services, including directly supervising staff who are supporting the contract work. Candidates are expected to assist in providing consultation to study investigators in the areas of protocol development, study design, analysis plan, sample size/power calculations, and interpretation of study data. Candidates are also expected to consult with the Directors of SRI and seek out opportunities to become involved in statistical leadership through teaching, supervision, mentoring, and/or developing their own methodological research. Candidates are expected to actively expand their own research knowledge as well as administrative capacity. The successful candidate should demonstrate an ability to professionally interact daily with key personnel both internally and externally as aspects of the scope of work are negotiated, including deadlines and other tasks being completed in a timely manner.

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GENERAL FUNCTION
The School Social Worker works within an assigned Elementary, Middle, and/or High School building, and provides a variety of services within a Multi-Tiered System of Support. Services include school-wide social-emotional learning supports, as well as small group/individual psycho-social evaluations, Functional Behavior Assessments, Behavior Interventions Plans, and plans of student support. School Social Workers conduct group and individual counseling services, parent and teacher consultations, and use data to structure and implement student support. School Social Workers work within a collaborative school team that may include school psychologists, school counselors, and educational professionals.
REPRESENTATIVE ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Will include but not limited to:
Provide social/emotional services within an MTSS framework.
Assist in developing positive behavioral intervention strategies.
Work collaboratively with teachers, administrators, and parents.
Track service and intervention data.
Interpret and analyze student academic and behavioral data.
Conduct functional behavioral assessments.
Develop behavior intervention plans.
Assist with the school’s 504 Accommodation team.
Provide direct intervention services to students (individually and/or groups).
Provide consultation services with school personnel and parents.
Act as a liaison with community professionals.
Actively participate in continued professional development activities.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Predictable and reliable attendance.

MARGINAL FUNCTIONS
This description should not be construed to contain every function/responsibility that may be required to be performed by an individual in this job. Employees are required to perform other related functions as assigned.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the education, knowledge, character, and experience requirements; the machines, tools, and equipment used; and any licenses or certifications required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
While performing the duties of this job, the School Social Worker is regularly required to speak and/or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, reach with hands and arms, and stoop, kneel, or crouch. The School Social Worker is occasionally required to use hands to handle or feel and must occasionally climb or balance.
The School Social Worker must be able to respond to the unique educational needs of students with disabilities in a stressful setting.
This job may emphasize intervention with and management of aggressive and self-abusive students, angry students, emotional students, students with infectious diseases, and personal physical abuse.
Note: This list of essential and marginal functions and of physical requirements is not exhaustive and may be supplemented in accordance with requirements of the job.

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Master’s degree in social work.
A license and certification to practice social work.
Experience in School Social Work may be advantageous.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Compassion and empathy for patients and students.
Professionalism and discretion.
Good relationships with relevant social services

CHARACTER
Box Elder School District expects all employees to practice high standards of moral and ethical conduct that are consistent with the values taught in our schools.
All employees are expected to be law-abiding, ethical, and honest; and demonstrate respect for the dignity of all students, colleagues, parents, and members of the community.

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VA Vet Centers are community-based counseling centers that provide a wide range of social and psychological services, including professional readjustment counseling to eligible Veterans, active duty service members, including National Guard and Reserve components, and their families. Readjustment counseling is offered to make a successful transition from military to civilian life or after a traumatic event experienced in the military. Individual, group, marriage and family counseling is offered in addition to referral and connection to other VA or community benefits and services. Vet Center counselors and outreach staff, many of whom are Veterans themselves, are experienced and prepared to discuss the tragedies of war, loss, grief and transition after trauma. For more information about Vet Centers: https://www.vetcenter.va.gov/

Job Postings:

Licensed Prof Mental Health Counselor:

https://www.usajobs.gov/job/775884700

 

Marriage and Family Therapist:

https://www.usajobs.gov/job/775878900

 

Psychologist:

https://www.usajobs.gov/job/775876200

 

Social Worker:

https://www.usajobs.gov/job/775893300

 
All positions are posted as an OPEN CONTINUOUS ANNOUNCEMENT for multiple locations/positions that will remain open until May 13, 2024 with an initial cut-off date for referral of eligible applications will be February 22, 2024.

Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis and qualified candidates will be considered as vacancies become available and the announcement can be taken down at any time. Not all locations have vacancies at this time, this announcement will be used for any future vacancies.

Position Description

Help clients gain access to needed medical, social, or educational services and teach them and their families how to access community services to better manage their mental disorders.

Duties

Assess clients' status/functioning as it relates to the above services. (History, input from family, medical providers, social workers, educators, etc.) Complete Needs Assessments (NA) that identify areas of service need, with input from clients and others who participated in the Needs Assessments. Link clients to needed community resources identified in the Service Plan. Assist clients in integrating their behavioral, social, educational, dental, and physical health care needs by facilitating attendance at appointments, communicating with health care providers, assisting clients in understanding health care instructions and information; obtain/maintain eligibility for entitlements. Coordinate the ongoing delivery of services to clients with various agencies/providers clients have been linked with. Contact family members for feedback and alert them to changes in status/needs when appropriate releases are in place. Facilitate regular contact with behavioral, social, educational, dental, and physical health care providers, as needed, to help clients obtain any needed level of care. Instruct clients/caretakers, in independently accessing needed community services. Monitor/follow-up of behavioral, social, educational, dental, and physical health care needs with non-BRMH providers of shared clients that need further care or have on-going behavioral, social, educational, dental or physical health care needs and ensure sure timely access, quality and effectiveness of service, symptomatology, the need for face-to-face care, and appropriate Service Plan implementation. Also, provide Individual/group behavioral management, individual/group skills development, Peer Support Services as appropriate, as well as transportation to BRMH services, respite care as needed, and Personal Services. Other duties as assigned.

OTHER SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND EXPECTATIONS

• Knowledge of confidentiality and ability to maintain strict compliance with confidentiality of all client and Center sensitive information. • Knowledge of community resources • Effective oral and written communication skills. • Knowledge of the principles and practices of office organization and efficiency. • Teaming skills for effective and cooperative interoffice relations. • Computer literacy and skills for operation of automated medical records, email, scheduling, etc. • Timeliness with schedule including whereabouts, arrival to work, and attendance at meetings. • Positive attitude related to job expectations, supervision, Center policies and procedures, etc. • Ability to behave ethically and to understand and maintain appropriate boundaries with clients, staff, and the general public. • Conduct expected tasks in a safe manner, uphold Center safety policies, and report perceived safety issues to appropriate sources. • Flexible hours to meet client and Center needs.

Job Requirements: Ability to work well in a team setting. May require some weekend work. Bachelor's degree in behavioral science, with ability to obtain SSW licensure preferred, but not required. Must have a current Utah driver's license and good driving record, and be able to pass Criminal Background Investigation.

Full and excellent benefits. We are an equal opportunity employer.
An additional $1.50/hr stipend may be offered for fluency/proficiency in speaking Spanish.

Position Location: Logan, Utah
Position Salary: $17.18 - $23.60/hr. based on education/licensure/experience
Position Hours: 40 hours within the normal work week
Position Shifts: Monday - Friday during operating hours

To apply for this position, please visit this website: https://www.brmh.com/about/employment/

About AMES

AMES is an early college high school with the goal of providing a rigorous high school and university experience to a diverse body of students.

See more about AMES at www.ames-slc.org


Responsibilities

•They work with families to provide services either in school or at home
•The social worker sits on a crisis response team that advises school administration on crisis response protocols and discusses individual student needs
•Duties and Responsibilities: Other duties may be assigned
•Work with families to provide services or referrals for local services
•Perform home visits as needed
•Support administrators and counselors with wellness checks
•Train faculty on trauma sensitivity
•Support health teacher as needed
•Meet with families to identify needs that support learning
•Follow up with students who struggle with addiction and provide resources/tools to help students and families
•Help parents and teachers with behavior management strategies, plans, and follow-up
•Provide check-ins for students, parents, families that are working on social, emotional, or behavioral issues
Job description
The school social worker at AMES works with individual students who are referred by counselors, teachers, or parents. They work with families to provide services either in school or at home. The social worker sits on a crisis response team that advises school administration on crisis response protocols and discusses individual student needs. Duties and Responsibilities: Other duties may be assigned.
• Work with families to provide services or referrals for local services.
• Perform home visits as needed.
• Support administrators and counselors with wellness checks.
• Train faculty on trauma sensitivity.
• Support health teacher as needed.
• Meet with families to identify needs that support learning.
• Follow up with students who struggle with addiction and provide resources/tools to help students and families.
• Help parents and teachers with behavior management strategies, plans, and follow-up.
• Provide check-ins for students, parents, families that are working on social, emotional, or behavioral issues.
• Sit on and advise school crisis team

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We are pleased to announce openings for therapist positions at Utah Excel Psychology in Salt Lake City, Utah. These would start as part-time contracting positions, with potential to evolve into half-time or full-time employment with benefits.   

Our current providers include the following:

·  Aaron Allred, Ph.D. 

·  Chris Anderson, Ph.D. 

·  Scott Trinh, Ed.S., NCSP

·  Lisa Leavitt, Ph.D.

·  Kersti Spjut, Ph.D. 

·  Nancy Y. Miramontes, Ed.S., NCSP

·  Tracy Brown, Ph.D.

Therapist

Beginning date: As early as June 1, 2023

Compensation: Contracting reimbursement depends on experience and falls in the range of $76.00 to $100.00 per hour. 

Duties: This position requires skills in the effective delivery of therapeutic interventions. Maintaining organized notes and treatment planning, and producing those notes in a timely manner is required. Referrals are made with respect to a therapist's training and experience with specific populations, but it is anticipated that many of the available opportunities would involve treatment for anxiety disorders, mood disorders, personality disorders, relationship concerns, adjustment concerns, and other issues.

Other Information: A master's degree in a relevant field and an active, unrestricted license (i.e., LCSW, LMFT, LMHC, or LPC) is required. Also, it is imperative that a hired candidate meet relevant licensing requirements for the state of Utah. A hired candidate must also have at least 200 hours in conducting therapy before graduating with a master's degree and at least 2000 hours in conducting therapy after graduating with a master's degree.

About Utah Excel Psychology:

Utah Excel Psychology was founded by Dr. Aaron Allred in 2016 and has offices in Orem, Utah and West Valley City, Utah. Utah Excel Psychology provides psychological services to a wide variety of adults, adolescents, and children (ages 6+). The practice started as a group of specialists providing psychological testing and is now branching out to include additional services. More information can be found at the website, www.utexcel.com.

How to Apply

To apply for the position, send a copy of your resume/CV to aaron.m.allred@gmail.com and complete the questions after clicking the link below.  

Questions about the position openings can be directed to Dr. Aaron Allred (801.472-4251; aaron.m.allred@gmail.com).

ABOUT HOPEWEST  
Created through a community-wide vision, HopeWest has been providing comprehensive, expert, and collaborative care for those facing serious illness and grief since 1993.  
 
HopeWest is a nonprofit organization that serves families across 10,000 square miles on the Western Slope in Mesa, Delta, Montrose & Ouray, and Rio Blanco counties. Our teams visit patients wherever they call home; home, nursing home, assisted living or other facility. Learn more about us @ www.HopeWestCO.org   
 
HopeWest is recognized as a “Best Place to Work” & the “#4 Best Family-Friendly Workplace” in the Nation by Modern Health Care.  
 
Our social workers are trained in both counseling and identifying practical and financial resources for patients and families. We will answer questions, facilitate family communication and provide support to families in person and by phone. 
 
These positions are located in our Montrose County office. 
 
About Montrose County: 
Named “Best of the Valley” in their community – HopeWest was 3rd place Best Nonprofit! 
Learn more about the HopeWest Montrose office by visiting their Facebook page at 
https://www.facebook.com/HopeWestMontroseOurayCounties 
 
Montrose County is located in beautiful Southwest Colorado! Our thriving community is home to 41,412 neighbors in over 2,200 square miles in the Uncompaghre River and Paradox Valleys. In addition to being the Agricultural hub of the western slope, we are home to Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, as well as the Gunnison Gorge National Recreation and Wilderness Areas. The majority of our County is made up of National Forest, Bureau of Land Management or National Park lands. Learn more about life in Montrose County @ https://www.montrosecounty.net 
 
APPLY NOW!  -https://www.hopewestco.org/hopewest-employment/ 

Or, contact Alexis Lovato, Recruitment Manager, 970-255-7271, ALovato@HopeWestCO.org 

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