Job Title: Therapist Location: Community Counseling
Assistant Director of Community Counseling Employee Status: RFT/RPT/IPT
Supervisor of Community Counseling
Revision Date: 7/1/16 Non Exempt
Demonstrate Our Promise each and every day, performing with the highest standards of excellence, integrity and ethics. Engage agency Volunteers and Interns to enhance program performance, provide an educational workplace experience and support the agency’s mission. Essential Functions:
Develops a therapeutic relationship with each client.
Provides individual, group or family therapy as needed.
Available for clinical consultation.
Maintains a minimum productivity level of 52% billable face-to-face contacts per week.
Maintains ongoing frequent contact with other assigned OhioGuidestone professionals, parents or outside
agency professionals assigned to case.
Provide CPST and minor case management functions if needed.
Assumes a strong advocacy role for clients and makes recommendations for clinical and support services
needed upon discharge.
Actively participates in all treatment conferences and meetings for the clients.
Completes all paperwork required by the agency within designated time frames
Assumes a leadership role in the interpretation and support of agency policies.
Participates in agency and community meetings as needed.
Attends conferences and workshops to maintain professional competence.
Provides in-service training as requested.
Maintains regular and reliable attendance.
May be involved in the planning, organization, and implementation of special events or department specific
projects or seasonal program changes.
In times of need, the Therapist may be asked to complete related duties other than those indicated above
as assigned by their supervisor.
If Therapist is also responsible for School Services, the following functions are essential, in addition to
Coordinates and provides service and support to assigned clients and families or care givers in the school
Provides school personnel and parents with information on child’s mental health diagnosis, behavior
management, household management, communication and relationship enhancement.
Provides group services, leads treatment and psycho-educational groups.
Consults with school personnel and participate in school meetings as necessary.
Work environment can include an agency office, school based setting, or in the community including clients
English reading and writing skills required
Works flexible hours and is available for crisis management by phone
Computer literacy skills, including Windows applications, Microsoft Office Suite, and basic database usage,
as well as basic typing
Minimum educational level is a Bachelor’s degree* in social work with an Ohio LSW. A Master’s degree with LPC, MFT, LISW, LPCC, IMFT is preferred. Must have a valid Ohio Driver’s License and safe driving record.
*Funding sources may require OhioGuidestone to hire an advanced degree
Yes, I can meet all essential functions of the position.
To apply for this job email your details to Jennifer.Siegel@ohioguidestone.org