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Columbiana, AL: Magnolia Creek is seeking a part time (20 hours) therapist (LPC, PhD, LCSW, MFT) with experience in residential and/or partial treatment programs.  Responsibilities include: leading 2-3 psychoeducational groups and/or process groups each week, managing a small individual caseload, communicating with various members of the team, providing advocacy for clients and/or families. Experience in creative arts therapy, trauma, and eating disorders preferred. For more information, contact Linda Jackson, Facility Director, at 205-678-4373 ext 114 or email ljackson@magnolia-creek.com.

 

Columbiana, AL: Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Women is seeking a full-time Clinical Director that will be responsible for overseeing clinicians as well as the general direction of the Clinical Department. This includes hiring, supervision, evaluation and scheduling. Develop, plan and implement strategies for program continuation and growth. Provide clinical training to clinical staff and interns. The candidate must have a positive, caring and supportive attitude toward the company's overall success. Must have the ability to think globally, solve problems and have good decision-making skills, including critical thinking skills. Magnolia Creek strives to be culturally competent, responding respectfully and effectively to people of all cultures, classes, races, ethnic backgrounds and religions. The position requires a minimum of a Master’s Degree or higher in an accredited clinical counseling program, Alabama Licensed LMFT, LCSW, LPC or PhD; 2 years clinical experience preferably with eating disorders and psychiatric diagnoses. For more information, contact Linda Jackson, MS, Facility Director at 205-678-4373 EXT. 114 or email ljackson@magnolia-creek.com

 

 

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Phoenix, AZ: Full Time Program Director –Eating Disorders IOP-Doorways, LLC. is a faith-based counseling organization in Phoenix, Arizona, that provides comprehensive outpatient treatment focused exclusively on adolescents, young adults and their families. Providers at Doorways specialize in treatment for eating disorders, mood disorders, anxiety/OCD, substance abuse, depression, ADD/ADHD, self-harm, suicide prevention, and family counseling. We are seeking a Full time Arizona Licensed Psychologist, PsyD. or PhD., or licensed professional therapist (LMFT, LCSW, or LPC) to be our Program Director for the Eating Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and the OCD/Anxiety Disorders IOP. Position requires a desire to work in a multidisciplinary practice with adolescents, young adults, and their families in an outpatient setting. For more information go to http://www.DoorwaysArizona.com.

 

Phoenix, AZ: Full time Arizona Licensed Professional Counselor -Doorways LLC. is a faith-based counseling organization in Phoenix, Arizona, that provides comprehensive outpatient treatment focused exclusively on adolescents, young adults and their families. Providers at Doorways specialize in treatment for eating disorders, mood disorders, anxiety/OCD, substance abuse, depression, ADD/ADHD, self-harm, suicide prevention, and family counseling. We are seeking a Full time Arizona Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC, LMFT, LMSW, or LCSW) to work Mon-Sat, flexible hours. Position requires a desire to work in a multidisciplinary practice with adolescents and their families in an outpatient setting. For more information go to http://www.DoorwaysArizona.com.

 

 

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Fremont, CA: The Program Director is responsible for the supervision and management of the treatment program, facility, staff and clients. S/he will consult with senior executive management on an as needed basis to ensure services, program functioning and client treatment are being conducted in a manner consistent with Company protocol. In addition, the Program Director is also responsible for: Overseeing all aspects of the program to ensure quality and initiates any quality improvement that may be necessary; Supervising weekly Treatment Team Meetings to ensure consistent and effective communication between treatment team members, proper oversight of client development and progress and to ensure a team approach is utilized in the treatment of our clients; Providing adequate and ongoing training of facility employees and sufficient oversight/supervision; Completing utilization reviews, overseeing primary therapist process of utilization review and assists in the process of assuring that all client stays are covered; Maintaining a client caseload as appropriate to census, assigns client cases based upon match with each therapist, provides individualized treatment for each case. Provides individual and family therapy; Co-leading process group and/or any additional clinically oriented groups on an as needed basis. Provides oversight of all other groups conducted. The ideal candidate would include: Working knowledge of psychopathology, diagnostic assessment and related treatment interventions; Knowledge of evidence based treatments and ability to individualize treatment approaches to meet each client's needs; Must be able to conceptualize and implement master treatment plan with fully developed problems, objectives and goals and monitor other clinicians to do the same; possess a MFT, PsyD, PhD, or LCSW. To apply, please submit resumes to golee.abrishami@centerfordiscovery.com.

 

Long Beach, CA: Shoreline Center for Eating Disorder Treatment is expanding and seeking a Program Director for the Southern California area. This position requires both clinical management and direct client-care responsibilities for partial-hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment for eating disorders. Responsibilities include facilitation of admissions and client orientation, contribution to program development and implementation, oversight on utilization review including peer-to-peer reviews, direct collaboration with the Executive/ Clinical Director, provide individual, group and family therapy and participate in multidisciplinary treatment meetings and ongoing communication with outside referral sources. Candidates must be licensed clinicians with program management, direct-client and eating disorder treatment experience, as well as have experience with using a variety of interventions including, CBT, DBT, Family Systems, Motivational Interviewing, and Expressive Therapies. At Shoreline Center, you will be joining a compassionate and dedicated team of professionals who aspire to provide excellence in individualized treatment in a warm and nurturing setting. For immediate consideration please email Rachel Levi at Rachel@shoreline-eatingdisorders.com or fax your resume to 562.856.2370. Also please see our website for more details regarding our programs and treatment philosophies at www.shoreline-eatingdisorders.com.

 

Los Altos, CA: Clinician/Lead Therapist Positions Available: The Healthy Teen Project in Los Altos, California seeks experienced eating disorder clinicians for dynamic adolescent PHP/IOP eating disorder treatment program. Versatile FT and PT clinicians sought with: Strong individual, group and family therapy skills. Previous eating disorder program experience. Ability to be a team player and flexibly support flow of daily programming. Expertise in Family Based Treatment a plus. Experience with multi-family groups also a plus. The Healthy Teen Project is an innovative and growing program that offers a supportive and collaborative work environment. There are many opportunities for program development and professional growth. This position is fully benefitted. If interested in joining our dynamic team, please send letter of interest and resume to: sharon@healthyteenproject.com

 

Menlo Park, CA: The Program Director is responsible for the supervision and management of the treatment program, facility, staff and clients. S/he will consult with senior executive management on an as needed basis to ensure services, program functioning and client treatment are being conducted in a manner consistent with Company protocol. In addition, the Program Director is also responsible for: Overseeing all aspects of the program to ensure quality and initiates any quality improvement that may be necessary; Supervising weekly Treatment Team Meetings to ensure consistent and effective communication between treatment team members, proper oversight of client development and progress and to ensure a team approach is utilized in the treatment of our clients; Providing adequate and ongoing training of facility employees and sufficient oversight/supervision; Completing utilization reviews, overseeing primary therapist process of utilization review and assists in the process of assuring that all client stays are covered; Maintaining a client caseload as appropriate to census, assigns client cases based upon match with each therapist, provides individualized treatment for each case. Provides individual and family therapy; Co-leading process group and/or any additional clinically oriented groups on an as needed basis. Provides oversight of all other groups conducted. The ideal candidate would include: Working knowledge of psychopathology, diagnostic assessment and related treatment interventions; Knowledge of evidence based treatments and ability to individualize treatment approaches to meet each client's needs; Must be able to conceptualize and implement master treatment plan with fully developed problems, objectives and goals and monitor other clinicians to do the same; possess a MFT, PsyD, PhD, or LCSW. To apply, please submit resumes to golee.abrishami@centerfordiscovery.com

 

Menlo Park, CA: The Primary Therapist is responsible for assisting and supporting residents through the entire treatment experience from admission through discharge and contributing insightful, practical, and meaningful information to the treatment planning process; orienting each resident to the treatment program. In addition, the Primary Therapist will also: Complete the Biopsychosocial assessment within one day of admission; complete the Comprehensive Treatment Plan and Integrated Treatment Summary within three days of admission; identify weekly treatment goals and write contracts relative to individual client needs; write and facilitate the Discharge summary; individual psychotherapy sessions and conjoint family psychotherapy sessions; interface with insurance companies, providing appropriate clinical information to obtain initial certification and continuing stay certification as required; charts each resident's progress throughout the treatment experience and after each individual, group, and family session. The ideal candidate would include: Current license to practice in state (PsyD, PhD, LMFT, LCSW, or equivalent) and have either a Bachelor's degree or sufficient experience in an appropriate field. To apply, please submit resumes to golee.abrishami@centerfordiscovery.com

 

 

Roseville, CA: Admissions Coordinator. New Dawn Eating Disorder Treatment Center is seeking an admissions coordinator to join our multidisciplinary treatment team. The successful applicant will have experience in building and maintaining strong business relationships as well as creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. Responsibilities include answering phones, verifying insurance benefits, setting appointments, preparing patient files, collecting payments, marketing our program to prospective clients, and building relationships with the community. The applicant must demonstrate excellent potential for being a creative and productive team member. As we are a treatment center, the ideal applicant would be professional, outgoing, warm, and considerate of the population with which we work. Applicants would ideally have some experience in a mental health environment (or a bachelor’s in psychology) and experience with admissions. Please email brief cover letter and resume to Dr. Chassity Angeny-Showalter at cangeny@newdawnts.org.

 

Roseville, CA: New Dawn Treatment Centers intensive outpatient/partial hospitalization eating disorder treatment program in Roseville, CA is seeking applicants to join our multidisciplinary treatment team. Successful applicants will have experience in the field of Clinical Psychology with a focus on the treatment of eating disorders. Responsibilities include individual, family, couples and group psychotherapy as well as conducting intake assessments and utilization review. Applicants must demonstrate excellent potential for being creative and productive team members. Our treatment approach is firmly rooted in empirically validated treatment while being individually tailored to meet the individual needs of our patients. Applicants must have a PhD/PsyD or MA/MS in clinical or counseling psychology and demonstrate qualifications in clinical care with a focus on eating disorder treatment. Minimum 1 Year Eating Disorder Treatment Experience Required. Supervision will be provided for MFT interns and Psychological Assistants. Full and part time positions available. Must be licensed or license eligible in the state of California. Email cover letter, salary requirements and CV to: Dr. Chassity Angeny, New Dawn Treatment Centers, cangeny@newdawnts.com.

 

Santa Cruz, CA: The Lotus Collaborative (TLC) is looking for a Full-time Clinical Director to be part of their Santa Cruz California eating disorder treatment center. Responsibilities include: administrative management, participation and leadership with their multi-disciplinary treatment team, clinical supervision of registered interns, intake assessments, insurance pre-certifications, ongoing utilization management. Additionally, the Clinical Director is responsible for oversight and provision of individual therapy, group facilitation, family therapy, coordination of care with other members of the client's referring treatment team, discharge and aftercare planning, and ongoing leadership of a multi-disciplinary treatment team meeting. This individual must be skilled at intensive case management, detailed and timely documentation, including treatment planning in accordance with company and managed care guidelines, the ability to establish rapport and willing to engage with clients in an authentic way, the capacity to function well within a team in a fast past environment, and bring creativity, compassion, and sincere dedication to treating this population. Candidates MUST currently possess a California licensure as a Psychologist (Psy.D. or Ph.D.), MFT, LCSW or LPC, AND, be licensed for at least 2 YEARS.  Experience in the treatment of eating disorders is required. Prior clinical experience in eating disorder treatment settings (inpatient, RTC, PHP or IOP) is strongly preferred. Compensation is based on experience and qualifications. We offer health benefits, vacation, paid time off, and a great team to work with. Please email a cover letter summarizing relevant experience and qualifications as well as a current resume to Elizabeth@thelotuscollaborative.com.    

 

 

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Denver, CO: Primary Therapist - This is a full-time position at the Eating Disorder Center of Denver (EDCD). Primary responsibilities include conducting the initial bio-psycho-social intake, creating treatment plans for individual patients, leading groups, conducting individual psychotherapy, and supporting the structure of a therapeutic milieu. Position works closely with the Clinical and Medical Directors. The successful candidate has experience working with eating disordered patients in both individual and group settings. This position requires strong clinical conceptualization of the treatment of eating disorders and dual diagnosis. Excellent communication skills, written and oral. Attention to detail, decision-making skills, diplomacy and objectivity are essential qualities. This position also facilitates discharge planning for transition of care to outside providers. A Master’s or Doctoral Degree in mental healthcare or equivalent education/experience is required. Colorado licensure is preferred but not required. EDCD offers competitive salary and excellent benefits. Come work in an exciting clinical environment that is focused on teamwork and really making a difference in our patients’ lives. Please submit a letter of interest and resume to the Director of Human Resources: Pam Sjoerdsma at psjoerdsma@edcdenver.com.

 

 

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New Canaan, CT: Setting the Standard for Exceptional Care. For over eighty years, Silver Hill Hospital has been at the forefront of psychiatry and leading the way in providing the best treatment for psychiatric illnesses and addiction. Our track record of success is based on a carefully executed team effort, one that uses an array of powerful tools, talent and knowledge to help people turn their lives around. Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN). We are currently seeking an experienced APRN with an understanding of underlying dynamics and personality profiles of patients with EDO’S. Qualifications: Strong knowledge and experience in administering appropriate medications for patients with EDO’s. Understands benefits and risks of various psychotropic medications for EDO’s. Knows the current literature and research data. Able to set clear and consistent limits in a non-punitive manner. Able to be warm, compassionate, and validating while also maintaining appropriate boundaries and setting clear therapeutic expectations and limits. Able to foster and support therapeutic movement. Able to be consistent, clear, and unwavering in communicating expectations and guidelines. Strong experience and background working with dual diagnosis psychiatric patients. Knows how to intervene with emotionally dysregulated patients. Experienced in working with extremely anxious and depressed patients. Able to work with multidisciplinary team of professionals. Understands the complexities inherent in working with EDO patients. Able to remain patient and calm while also motivating movement and discouraging avoidance. Experience in managing “non-compliance” with the treatment program; be able to “Foresee” the situation and use the “4-C” approach. Therapeutic demeanor is: Calm (no angry), Consistent (not wavering), Compassionate (not judgmental), Collaborative (not authoritative). Understands behavioral principles and able to apply as a method of motivating and providing consequences. For consideration, please email resume indicating position of interest to: careers@silverhillhospital.org. Silver Hill Hospital, 208 Valley Road, New Canaan, CT 06840. www.silverhillhospital.org.  EOE M/F/D/V 

 

Connecticut: Clinical Recovery Specialists is seeking fee-for-service therapists, dieticians, and coaches who have experience working with eating disorders. Qualifications: Must be licensed and have knowledge of CBT, DBT, and/or MI. Hours are part-time, varied and flexible. Compensation: Competitive. If interested, please contact Greta Gleissner at greta@clinicalrecovery.com

 

Fairfield County, CT: Position: Clinical Recovery Specialist. New York Clinical Recovery Specialists is seeking a Master-level clinician or Registered Dietician to provide individual eating disorder clinical coaching and meal support in clients' environment or at a restaurant. This role is not a replacement for a therapist or dietician, but rather a supplemental, peer-based model support role. A combination of meal support, eating disorder-specific exposures and behavioral interventions. Qualifications: Must have experience working with eating disorders. Must have knowledge of CBT, DBT, and MI. Hours are part-time, varied and flexible. Compensation: Very Competitive. If interested, please contact Greta Gleissner at: greta@clinicalrecovery.com

 

 

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Greater Washington, D.C. area: Clinical Recovery Specialists is seeking fee-for-service therapists, dieticians, and coaches who have experience working with eating disorders. Qualifications: Must be licensed and have knowledge of CBT, DBT, and/or MI. Hours are part-time, varied and flexible. Compensation: Competitive. If interested, please contact Greta Gleissner at greta@clinicalrecovery.com

 

 

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Greater Miami Area: Clinical Recovery Specialists provides transitional and supplementary eating disorder recovery support services to help individuals make seamless transitions through all stages of the recovery process. Our unique and specialized eating disorder recovery services include one-on-one meal support therapy, eating disorder coaching, culinary therapy, and personal chef services provided to our clients in their environment. Our unique eating disorder support services provide care and guidance to individuals across the country struggling with an eating disorder every day. For more information on our services, you can view our website at http://www.clinicalrecoveryspecialists.com as well as download a copy of our official brochure here: http://d.pr/f/1aSvP. While we are based in New York City, our team is expanding to the Greater Miami Area and are seeking part-time and per diem therapists, dieticians, nurse practitioners, and recovery coaches who have experience working with eating disorders. Qualifications: Master-level preferred. Bachelor-level Recovery Coaches with eating disorder experience will be considered. Knowledge of CBT, DBT, and/or Motivational Interviewing strongly desired. Compensation: Competitive. Must be passionate about eating disorder recovery. Hours: Part-time and per-diem. All resumes and cover letters should be submitted Attn to Jazmin at: info@clinicalrecoveryspecialists.com or by fax at 917-591-7429.

 

 

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Baltimore, MD: The Renfrew Center has an opening for a part-time Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner for the new non-residential site in Baltimore, Maryland opening in the fall. Responsibilities: Performing psychiatric evaluations; providing psychiatric leadership and direction; ongoing psychopharmacological management; conducting peer reviews with managed care companies; and working within a multidisciplinary treatment team. Requirements: Current State of Maryland Nurse Practitioner license required. Previous experience working with patients with eating disorders is preferred. Must have the ability to communicate clearly and effectively. To Apply: Please visit our website at www.renfrewcenter.com/careers

 

 

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The Renfrew Center of Boston, MA has the following openings:

The Greater Boston area: Clinical Recovery Specialists is seeking fee-for-service therapists, dieticians, and coaches who have experience working with eating disorders. Qualifications: Must be licensed and have knowledge of CBT, DBT, and/or MI. Hours are part-time, varied and flexible. Compensation: Competitive. If interested, please contact Greta Gleissner at greta@clinicalrecovery.com

 

 

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Bergen County, NJ: Position: Clinical Recovery Specialist. New York Clinical Recovery Specialists is seeking a Master-level clinician or Registered Dietician to provide individual eating disorder clinical coaching and meal support. This role is not a replacement for a therapist or dietician, but rather a supplemental, peer-based model support role. A combination of meal support, eating disorder-specific exposures and behavioral interventions. Qualifications: Must have experience working with eating disorders. Must have knowledge of CBT, DBT, and/or MI. Hours are part-time, varied and flexible. Compensation: Very Competitive. If interested, please contact Greta Gleissner at: greta@clinicalrecovery.com

 

 

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New York, NY: Seeking experienced RD for Nutrition Team Leader position at BALANCE eating disorder treatment center™. Part time position available for an experienced nutritionist/registered dietitian at BALANCE eating disorder treatment center™. The appropriate candidate must be a team leader, enthusiastic, self motivated. able to work well running groups, and be knowledgeable about all areas of clinical nutrition, with a special interest and experience in eating disorders. Excellent communication and organization skills required. Responsibilities include individual counseling; groups and meal support as well a overseeing the nutrition department. Applicant must be a Registered Dietitian, with an MS and with eating disorders experience (preferably at either a Day Treatment, PHP, residential or in-patient facility). For more information about our practice go to our website www.mrogersnutrition.com. Interested applicants should email a cover letter and résumé to Marisa Sherry MS, RD at msherry@mrogersnutrition.com. BALANCE eating disorder treatment center, 112 w. 27th Street, suite 700, New York, NY 10001 

 

New York (NYC, Long Island, Westchester County): Clinical Recovery Specialists is seeking fee-for-service therapists, dieticians, and coaches who have experience working with eating disorders. Qualifications: Must be licensed and have knowledge of CBT, DBT, and/or MI. Hours are part-time, varied and flexible. Compensation: Competitive. If interested, please contact Greta Gleissner at greta@clinicalrecovery.com

 

New York City, NY: Position: Clinical Recovery Specialist. New York Clinical Recovery Specialists is seeking a Master-level clinician or Registered Dietician to provide individual eating disorder clinical coaching and meal support in clients' environment or at a restaurant. This role is not a replacement for a therapist or dietician, but rather a supplemental, peer-based model support role. A combination of meal support, eating disorder-specific exposures and behavioral interventions. Qualifications: Must have experience working with eating disorders. Must have knowledge of CBT, DBT, and MI. Hours are part-time, varied and flexible. Compensation: Very Competitive. If interested, please contact Greta Gleissner at: greta@clinicalrecovery.com

 

New York City, NY: The Eating Disorder Resource Center is looking for engaging, dynamic therapists to join our team. This is an interesting opportunity to gain expertise in the treatment of eating disorders while seeing patients on your own time schedule. Therapists will be supervised directly by Judith Brisman PhD and will learn specific interventions needed in the treatment of anorexia, bulimia and other eating disorders. We are looking for therapists who are interested in part time work (approximately 5 hours per week), are licensed and able to see patients out of their own office. In particular, we need therapists who are on the following panels: Oxford, United, Cigna, Aetna and/or BCBS. Many opportunities for talks, networking, media, writing in the field of eating disorders are available. Please contact us by email and send a resume if you are interested. Know this is very part time position and we are not set up to provide formal internships. We welcome your interest or questions: info@edrcnyc.com or 212-989-3987.

 

 

 

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Cincinnati OH: Looking for a full or part time independently licensed therapist [PhD, PsyD, LISW, PCC] and a part time registered dietician for an established group practice in Cincinnati, Ohio. Please contact Ann Kearney-Cooke, PhD at 513-545-1614 or email resume to annkcooke@gmail.com.

 

 

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Chattanooga, TN: Focus Treatment Centers is seeking a Full Time Program Director for our 48 bed Residential Chemical Dependency and Eating Disorder facility in Chattanooga. Ideal candidate should currently possess a LPC, LMFT, LCSW or Ph.D. and be eligible for licensure in Tennessee. Candidate will have at least 10-15 years of clinical experience with 3-5 years of supervisory experience. Prior clinical experience with eating disorders and chemical dependency is required. Prior experience in residential treatment/inpatient is preferred. Candidate must be highly organized with strong communication and time management skills as well as possess a thorough understanding of treating patients with Personality Disorders, Dual Diagnosis and trauma. Preference for those who have training in EMDR (or other specialized trauma training), CBT, DBT or ACT. Job responsibilities include providing clinical leadership to a multi-disciplinary team, providing clinical supervision and support to therapists and interns, ensuring documentation requirements are met, providing feedback for program improvement, works collaboratively with medical/nursing staff, hiring and training competent staff, understanding and playing a key role during regulatory surveys and survey preparedness, and is able to assist with crisis management and AMA blocks. Focus is a unique employment opportunity offering a patient centered treatment model in a homelike setting. Focus of Chattanooga is part of Focus Treatment Centers which provides comprehensive treatment for Eating Disorders and Substance Use Disorders. We believe that recovery is possible. We are dedicated to providing memorable care and empowering every patient. This position has the unique opportunity to work with Dr. Anita Johnson who provides weekly consultation with clinical staff. Our ED program is based on the philosophy of Dr. Anita Johnston, author of Eating in the Light of the Moon. She provides weekly consultation with clinical staff. Interested candidates may fax their resume to Human Resources at (423) 308-2563, or email to our Executive Director, Susan Kerr at susank@focustn.com. Focus Healthcare of Tennessee, 7429 Shallowford Road, Chattanooga, TN 37421

 

 

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Logan, UT: Avalon Hills is seeking Full-Time, Outcome-Focused, Clinician with Leadership Potential -- Eating Disorder Programs are in need of full-time therapists.  Avalon Hills is a privately-held, residential eating disorder program in the US and they are unique in many ways.  As owners, they are personally invested in the future of each of their clients and they have committed their professional lives to building the best, most effective program they can possibly achieve. As a company, they are singularly focused on one thing—Treat to Outcome.  Treat to Outcome is a commitment to keep clients in treatment until they are able to sustain treatment gains at a lower level of care, in their home communities.  In order to accomplish this, every staff member must work toward their common goal and have accountability for his or her role in helping clients create and maintain change.  It is a privilege for the therapists to work in an environment where they are able to see their treatment plan to the end. Treat to Outcome is part of Avalon’s culture and is the defining factor that distinguishes them from other programs. They work tirelessly to ensure their clients are given the time, care and potential to recover fully from their eating disorders.  The entire company has a responsibility to work together to create a long-term positive outcome for every client. You: Avalon Hills is not looking to simply fill a position.  They are looking for a particular individual—one who has a desire to join their team ready to use talents and ambitions to integrate into their culture and help fulfill their mission. The successful candidate will have a master’s or doctoral degree in psychology, social work or related field.  Beyond training, he or she will be internally-motivated and possess a desire to join a team of individuals focused on making a difference by creating positive outcomes.  The therapist will be compassionate, caring and will follow through on tasks and expectations with accountability and efficiency.  He or she will work well independently and as a member of a team as Avalon continues to develop their innovative program.  Those with leadership experience or leadership potential are strongly encouraged to apply.  If this describes you and Avalon Hills sounds like a company whose philosophy of care fits with your worldview and career goals, they look forward to meeting you!  Important details: Avalon Hills is located in Logan, UT (90 minutes north of Salt Lake City) and is at the heart of a beautiful valley surrounded by mountains. Their therapeutic program integrates ACT, CBT, DBT, animal assisted therapy, experiential and brain-based interventions. Experience, leadership and familiarity with brain-based treatments are a plus. They offer a very competitive salary commensurate to training and experience and benefits package including a flexible start date. Qualified individuals may contact Wesley Wintch at wesleyw@avalonhills.org.  Include: Cover letter specifying specific interest, Curriculum Vitae or resume, and three letters of recommendation - sent directly from recommender to Wesley Wintch.  Visit their website at www.avalonhills.org  for more information about their company and program.

 

Orem, UT: Center for Change is seeking a full-time Therapist to join our team of caring professionals in providing treatment in our specialized programs for the treatment of eating disorders. We offer intensive inpatient programs as well as outpatient programs services. The Center's programs are designed to provide the highest quality psychotherapy, medical support, and nutritional care in a compassionate environment. We offer comprehensive therapy and treatment programs focusing on healing the whole person -- mind, body, and spirit. Responsibilities include conduct group therapy, conduct weekly individual therapy for patients, attend weekly multidisciplinary treatment team meetings. and complete timely entries in the medical record. Requirements: PhD in Psychology, Masters Degree in Social Work, PhD or Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, minimum of 2 years experience in mental health preferred, licensure in the State of Utah in the area of specialty (we will consider Psychology Residents, CSW applicants pursuing an LCSW, and AMFT applicants pursuing an LMFT, experience with eating disorder treatment/therapy preferred. For more information and to apply, visit http://centerforchange.com/employment/

 

 

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Fairfax, VA: The Primary Therapist is responsible for assisting and supporting residents through the entire treatment experience from admission through discharge and contributing insightful, practical, and meaningful information to the treatment planning process; orienting each resident to the treatment program. In addition, the Primary Therapist will also: Complete the Biopsychosocial assessment within one day of admission; complete the Comprehensive Treatment Plan and Integrated Treatment Summary within three days of admission; identify weekly treatment goals and write contracts relative to individual client needs; write and facilitate the Discharge summary; individual psychotherapy sessions and conjoint family psychotherapy sessions; interface with insurance companies, providing appropriate clinical information to obtain initial certification and continuing stay certification as required; charts each resident's progress throughout the treatment experience and after each individual, group, and family session. The ideal candidate would include: Current license to practice in state (PsyD, PhD, LMFT, LCSW, or equivalent) and have either a Bachelor's degree or sufficient experience in an appropriate field. To apply, please submit resumes to perla.vilhjalmsdottir@centerfordiscovery.com.

 

 

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Seattle, WA: Ramey Nutrition -The Department of Eating Disorder Treatment (EDT): Registered Dietitian/LMHC (Full Time: 40 hours per week). Reports to: Director of Eating Disorder Treatment. Position Summary: Provide successful patient care in the field of Dietetics and therapy that promotes comprehensive recovery of patients with eating disorders. General Responsibilities: Coordinate with Director of EDT. Patient Responsibilities: Oversee continuum of clinical care related to individual eating disorder patients as well as our Recovery Day Program. Transport patients using company vehicle. Actively participate in food challenges with patients. Maintain confidentiality of patient care. Provide direct patient care as per Ramey Nutrition policies and procedures: Individual sessions; Family and friend sessions; Groups. Operations Responsibilities: Implement corporate and program-specific policies and procedures. Meet regularly with Director of Programs and other members of the multi-disciplinary team as needed to coordinate successful patient care. Implement group programs that contribute positively to corporate growth and program goals. Provide direct patient care as needed following successful patient care at Ramey Nutrition. 

 

 

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West Coast Territory: Castlewood at Monarch Cove is seeking a Director of Regional Outreach for their West Coast Territory. Do you love your job? Do you enjoy working with your colleagues? At Castlewood we created a unique culture filled with integrity, compassion, and team-work. We encourage our staff to be healthy from the top down, and are looking for people to join our team. We are currently seeking a Director of Regional Outreach for our West Coast Territory, and if you are interested please send Hallie Metzler your resume and cover letter to hallie.metzler@castlewoodtc.com.

 

 

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