A&C Health Wraparound Therapist

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Whiteland, IN

Adult and Child Health - Specialty Services

<p>Specialty Services programs at Adult &amp; Child Health provide best-in-class services to adults and youth in outpatient and community settings. Teams served under Specialty Services include: Job Links/Supported Employment, Service Coordinators, Behavioral and Primary Healthcare Coordination (BPHC), Pre-Admission Screening and Resident Review (PASRR), Homeless Housing Resource Team, and PATH Grant, Marion and Johnson County Wraparound, Youth SOF Gatekeeping, Valle Vista RTC, and Youth Development.</p> <p><br /><strong>Find out what our Staff says about&nbsp;<a href="https://adultandchild.org/benefits/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Working Here</a>&nbsp;and our&nbsp;<a href="https://adultandchild.org/what-to-expect-2/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Application Process.</a></strong></p> https://adultandchild.org/

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Overview: Our full-time, exempt (salaried), Wraparound Staff Therapist helps to support our mission and team so we can work in the most efficient and effective way. You will collaborate with internal referral sources, wraparound teams, parents, DMHA, and DCS to provide individual and family therapy, intake assessments, and CANS assessments. This role requires a mixture of community and office-based services and the need for flexibility to meet the needs of youth and families. This position requires travel and evening hours a few days a week. The main office location for this position is in our Whiteland, IN location.
Responsibilities: <ul> <li>Be client-focused, strengths-driven, and a strong communicator</li> <li>Collaborate with a variety of individuals both internally and externally</li> <li>Complete intake assessments and CANS assessments</li> <li>Develop and complete safety planning, risk assessments, and mental status exams</li> </ul>
Requirements: <ul> <li>Master's degree in Social Work, Psychology, or other closely related fields</li> <li>Licensure preferred</li> <li>Two years of experience working with SED children and parents Please note: The SED experience requirement excludes &ldquo;incidental experience&rdquo; with an SED child or population. This means that if the work of the provider may have been with a child with SED, but the defined work role was not intended to address this directly, the experience does not qualify towards the requirement. Examples of &ldquo;incidental experience&rdquo; would include: I) Owner of a day care for children who throughout his/her years of experience have had children classified as severely emotionally disturbed. II) A bus driver with children on his/her route who have been classified as severely emotionally disturbed. III) The facilitator of a youth group or bible school class with some children in the group having been classified as severely emotionally disturbed. IV) A family therapist with some of the children/youth having been classified as severely emotionally disturbed. V) A classroom teacher with some children in the class having been classified as having a severe emotional disturbance. VI) Staff whose work with children has been with the developmentally disabled population only. VII) An individual whose work has been with children from ages 0-5.</li> <li>Ability to maintain professional relationships with a variety of individuals (internal and external referral sources, including CMHC's, DCS, and DMHA)</li> <li>Strong organizational skills</li> <li>Ability to work some evening hours</li> <li>Must hold a valid driver's license with acceptable driving record and provide own, insured, transportation</li> </ul>