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Youth Dynamics seeks Clinical Director
Ready for a Leadership role? Do you have a passion for Children’s Mental and Behavioral Health? Youth Dynamics is searching for a Clinical Director to provide clinical and operational oversight to our Therapeutic Youth Homes and Day Treatment Programs. Through involvement in strategic planning and a role on the Executive Leadership Team help guide the future of Youth Dynamics. Montana licensure as an LCPC or LCSW required. Previous leadership experience and knowledge of budgets and financial planning a plus. For more information on Youth Dynamics and our programs, or to apply for this position, please visit www.youthdynamics.org.
Mental Health Therapist
Behavior Management Systems, Inc.
In the Beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota
Are you a dynamic self-starter interested in developing your career in mental health services? Come join a fast-paced energetic team seeking motivated clinicians to provide client-driven, strength-based, and recovery-oriented services.
Master’s degree in human services field and licensed or license-eligible in South Dakota to practice mental health counseling with Qualified Mental Health Provider (QMHP) certification or eligibility.
For more information about Behavior Management Systems, for detailed job descriptions, and to apply, please visit our website at www.BMSCares.org.
Youth Homes Seeks Lead Clinical Staff for Group Home
Jan Shaw Home for Girls has an opening for a Lead Clinical Staff. If you are interested please contact Melissa Arno at email@example.com
Lead Clinical Staff – Therapeutic Group Home
(Revised November 2015)
General Objective: The Lead Clinical Staff works within a Leadership Team with the Program Manager
or Program Director and the Senior Program Director, providing leadership and direction in the
integration of therapeutic efforts into the program structure of the corporation’s therapeutic group homes
to maintain an optimal balance of care and treatment based upon each youth’s needs. The primary role of
the therapist is to work with and serve children and families in the child welfare system, the court system
and the mental health system of Montana. Therapeutic Group Homes are a part of the State’s continuum
for foster care toward the goal of family preservation or permanency for all children and youth. The Lead
Clinical Staff person provides direct therapies to seriously emotionally disturbed youth and their families
within a Therapeutic Group Home and is a member of the team within the Home.
Posted April 13, 2017