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Behavioral Health Counselor
Mains’l Services, Inc. is currently seeking a full-time Behavioral Health Counselor. This position does require licensure or board certification BCBA, LPC, LMFT, GSW, or LICSW. We offer innovative supports to those who need it so they can live a life of their own choosing- a life of meaning and purpose. For us, every hope is a challenge and every dream an opportunity. We offer a competitive salary and a benefit package: health, dental, life, 401(k), long-term disability and paid time off! Mains’l Services, Inc. offers a flexible, casual environment which provides employees work and life balance.
As a member of the Wellness department this position provides advanced assessment, therapeutic interventions and clinical consultation for persons who have developmental disabilities and coexisting mental health concerns with behavioral health needs, and their support teams. As a behavioral/mental health professional the Behavioral Health Counselor provides behavioral/mental health assessment, helps to develop person-centered treatment plans, and associated training, in support of the person and their support teams within home and community based settings as well as in private family homes. The position works collaboratively with support team members such as; parents/guardians, staff, families, employers, schools, mental health professionals, medical professionals, and other stakeholders in assessment, intervention development, training, and evaluation. The addition to the wellness team will be a part of a creative team that prides it’s self on developing person centered, innovative therapeutic / behavioral supports for people, which leads to an increased quality of life. This position also provides flexible hours and ability to telework. Mains’l is committed to providing Equal Employment Opportunities to all employees and applicants.
Minimum Qualifications: Completion of all course work for a graduate degree in one of the following; behavioral analysis (BCBA), clinical counseling (LPC), marriage and family therapy (MFT), or clinical social work (GSW, LICSW), and ability to complete all other eligibility requirements for board certification or licensure at the time of hire. At least one year of experience developing and implementing therapeutic / behavioral interventions for people who exhibit challenging behavior. This position requires travel to various locations in the community and to meetings throughout the metro area. A valid driver’s license is required. Must be able to pass a criminal background check. Preferred Qualifications: Experience providing training for groups of 5- 25 people. Experience with application of evidence based behavioral practices and/or therapeutic approaches. Working knowledge of the state waivered system and state statue 245D. Working knowledge of personal safety trainings and/or the ability to train others (PCMA, MANDT, QBS). Experience in participation in or facilitation of interdisciplinary team meetings. Working knowledge of/skills in person-centered practices and trauma informed care. Experience in a supervisory role.
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