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Center for Change
Position: Full-Time Business Development Rep
Do you have skills and experience in connecting professionals to treatment options for their clients? Do you have a passion for eating disorder awareness and helping those who may be suffering? Do you want to work with a collaborative team that supports each other and believes that work can also bring you joy? If so, we want to hear from you!
Center for Change is seeking an experienced full-time Business Development Representative to increase awareness of the Center’s specialized treatment programs to professionals across the United States. Key objectives will be to inform, educate, and communicate our programs and services to those who treat eating disorders.
Center for Change is a 58-bed inpatient and residential facility which provides specialized treatment for eating disorders and related conditions. The Center is located at the foot of the beautiful Wasatch Mountains in Orem, Utah. This position is based out of a home office, which can be located anywhere in the contiguous United States, other than Utah.
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Laureate Eating Disorders Program
Position: Full-Time Licensed Therapist
The nationally recognized Laureate Eating Disorders Program is looking for a full-time, licensed therapist to join our adult inpatient team. Our collaborative interdisciplinary team treats women and girls with eating disorders while fostering professional development and growth through national training opportunities. The candidate should be prepared to work in an interesting, creative and inclusive environment of experts in the field of eating disorders.
Specific strengths and competencies to excel in this position would include:
- Ability to demonstrate compassion and empathy for patients and families
- Ability to take initiative and provide effective communication with other disciplines
- Exceptional professionalism and collaboration with fellow therapists
- Understanding of the importance of customer service and referral source communication
- Organizational and computer skills
- Performs mental health therapy according to clinical need
- Identifies, coordinates, and completes appropriate patient assessments, treatment, discharge plans and documentation within established timeframes according to established practices and regulatory standards.
- Provides effective interdisciplinary team participation and support through collaboration with healthcare providers and referral sources; communication with patients and appropriate family members.
- Master’s degree in a behavioral health field
- License eligible in Oklahoma
Position: Eating Disorder Specialist
Coordinates eating disorder psycho-educational content in the therapeutic milieu in collaboration with the inter-disciplinary treatment team. Consistently demonstrates Timberline Knolls’ values of uncompromising care, relentless compassion, and unconditional joyful spirit.
- Conducts group therapy in eating disorders, self-image, family systems, relationships.
- Provides individual counseling as needed to meet the resident’s treatment goals.
- Maintains timely, accurate and thorough clinical records and documentation.
- Provides ED assessments if needed.
- Provides and monitors eating disorder support plans to assist in residents progress and safety.
- Establishes therapeutic relationships with residents that support the treatment plan.
- Provides education to resident’s support system through Family and Friends Meal Support Training.
- Provides training and role models to staff meal support expectation and support.
- Provides meal support to the residents during the meal and snack times including exposure therapy sessions.
- Collaborates with treatment team (dietitians, primary therapists and others) to help residents in interventions regarding ED denial, etc.).
- Builds relationships with OA and other 12 step community.
- Completes all required documentation according to policies and procedures.
- Facilitates active resident and family participation in the treatment process.
- Master’s Degree or equivalent in Human Services with licensure required
- CEDS preferred and/or eating disorder experience preferred
- Experience providing mental health and/or substance abuse treatment services
- Demonstrated skill in Eating Disorders, 12-Step and Family Systems Recovery Models with Adolescent and Young Adult Women clients.
- Knowledge of human behavior and performance; individual differences in ability, personality, and interests; learning and motivation; behavioral therapy methods; the assessment and treatment of behavioral disorders; and familiarity with the principles of 12-step recovery
To apply for this position, email your resume and cover letter to Heidi Barber at firstname.lastname@example.org or apply here.
Monte Nido & Affiliates
Position: Assistant Clinical Director
Monte Nido & Affiliates, one of the leading treatment centers for eating and exercise disorders in the nation, is seeking a FT Assistant Clinical Director for the Eating Disorder Center of Eugene located in Eugene, OR.
The Assistant Clinical Director is responsible for providing the Clinical Director administrative and clinical support. He/she will assist with hiring and training staff clinicians, assist with assessments and utilization reviews as well as provide individual, group and family therapy. Assistant Clinical Director responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Assisting the Clinical Director in managing clinical services at the facility and assuming the responsibilities of the Director in his/her absence
- Facilitating program quality improvement and development initiatives
- Assisting with policy and procedure development; supervising clinical staff, as needed;
- Leading staff meetings, interfacing between staff and management, and handling all clinical issues that arise
- The ASD also provides psychological services for clients, as needed, including admissions and assessments; group, individual, and family therapy; and utilization reviews. The ACD maintains a client caseload as determined appropriate by the Clinical Director
- Graduate level clinical degree required (MA, MS, PhD or PsyD)
- Active OR licensure (or the ability to obtain) MFT, LPC, LCSW, PhD or PsyD
- Minimum of 2 years’ management and clinical experience in either a residential, hospital or out-patient eating disorder setting is required
- Experience with insurance care coordination and utilization review is required
Our employees receive competitive compensation. To be considered for the position, please submit a resume and a list of references to Sylvia Keller at SWKeller@montenidoaffiliates.com.