Mobile Therapist – Children & Adolescents
The Mobile Therapist conducts individual and family psychotherapy with children/adolescents and their family members in home and community settings.
Hours: Part-time, fee-for-service
Essential Job Responsibilities
- Provide individual, family and group psychotherapy in home and community settings to seriously emotionally disturbed children and adolescents.
- Attend monthly BHRS team meetings and treatment plan meetings on behalf of the child/adolescent.
- Provide intensive stabilization services to children and adolescents in crisis.
- Formulate treatment plans in cooperation with assigned children and their families as needed.
- Implement the plan and monitor progress toward established goals/objectives.
- Develop and revise treatment plans as needed.
- Complete and submit outcome measurement tools required for each child and family as needed and utilize in treatment.
- Develop and assist with implementing a crisis prevention / safety plan with other professionals and family as needed.
- Maintain detailed progress notes for each session and submit progress notes, along with other necessary paperwork, on a weekly basis.
- Attend at least one supervision peer group each month and receive individual supervision two (2) times per quarter.
- Maintain required productivity by following the recommendation of services and providing the prescribed hours as noted in the psychological evaluation for each child and family.
- A Master’s Degree in Psychology, social work, or a related field and at least one year experience working with emotionally disturbed children or adolescents and their families.
- A Pennsylvania Criminal Record Check, a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance and a FBI Criminal History Background Check
Penn Foundation is an equal opportunity employer