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.
What You’ll Do
- Be client-focused, strengths-driven, and a strong communicator
- Collaborate with a variety of individuals both internally and externally
- Complete intake assessments and CANS assessments
- Develop and complete safety planning, risk assessments, and mental status exams
About Adult & Child Health
Adult & Child Health has served central Indiana as a Community Mental Health Center for over five decades as a 501c(3) not-for-profit organization. We’ve been a staple in Indianapolis since 1949, originally known as Marion County Child Health Clinic. In 1982, we officially became Adult & Child Health. In 2017, we became a Federally Qualified Health Center, which means we can now deliver primary care to our community. This bridge to becoming an FQHC has provided us the opportunity to improve the whole health of each person we serve.
At Adult & Child Health we believe the need for equality permeates the very mission and services we provide to persons who face all kinds of discrimination and we stand shoulder to shoulder with our community in an effort to support them. We have a welcoming and energetic environment that encourages collaboration, diversity and innovation across our organization. This environment gives our staff the opportunity to enhance current skills and build new capabilities, while providing excellent care to our clients.
Adult & Child Health offers an extensive benefits package that includes:
Work Life Balance
- 9 paid Holidays each year
- Generous PTO accrual plan with up to 176 hours of PTO in your first year (based on 40-hour weeks)
- Company PTO Donation Bank for catastrophic and emergency PTO needs
- Customizable flexible schedule options
Financial Well Being
- Relocation Assistance for eligible locations/positions (up to $3,000 covered for eligible expenses)
- Student Loan Repayment Assistance Program ($3,000 the first year and $1,000 ever subsequent year)
- Mileage reimbursement
- 401k with up to 4% company matching
- Adult & Child Health is a PSLF (Public Student Loan Forgiveness) eligible organization.
- Incentive compensation (position specific)
- Employee Referral Program offering Referral Bonus’ (for applicable positions)
- Customizable flexible scheduling options
- Service anniversary recognition program
- Medical PPO and High Deductible medical plans w/ telehealth options and mail order prescription program for generic maintenance drugs
- Medical and dependent care FSA plan; HSA plan with employer contributions
- Competitive dental and vision plans
- Employer paid STD, LTD, and life (additional life options available for purchase)
Growth & Development Opportunities
- Career advancement opportunities through our Career Path programs that allow you to increase skillset, competencies, and your compensation
- Staff Development funds to meet continuous development, training and CEU needs
- Post graduate supervision towards licensure
- Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, or other closely related fields
- Licensure preferred
- Two years of experience working with SED children and parents Please note: The SED experience requirement excludes “incidental experience” 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 “incidental experience” 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.
- Ability to maintain professional relationships with a variety of individuals (internal and external referral sources, including CMHC’s, DCS, and DMHA)
- Strong organizational skills
- Ability to work some evening hours
- Must hold a valid driver’s license with acceptable driving record and provide own, insured, transportation