Transcend Mental Behavior Group, LLC, is seeking a Licensed Substance Use Disorder Therapist with experience in addiction and SUD. This role will consist of running individual counseling and IOP groups, as well as carrying a caseload with SUD, and dual-diagnosed clients. If you are hardworking and dedicated, Transcend Mental Behavior Group, LLC, is an ideal place to get ahead. Apply today!
Responsibilities for Substance Use Disorder Therapist
- Meets with clients to obtain personal information and medical histories and consults with other professionals to get a clear picture of the patient's status and extent of problems.
- Designs a program of treatment and rehabilitation tailored to patient's individual situation based on knowledge of alcohol and drug dependency and counseling and treatment methods.
- Uses a combination of individual and group counseling sessions to help clients and observes their attitudes and readiness to accept help and guidance.
- Meets with family members to educate them on the roles they can play in the recovery process.
- Educates patients about community-based organizations such as Alcoholics Anonymous and social and employment services that may help restore them to productive roles in the community.
- Maintains case histories and progress reports. Modifies treatment programs based on observation.
- Assists patients with coping with family problems and recommends appropriate social services as support for the entire family unit
Qualifications for Substance Use Disorder Therapist
- 2+years experience with providing diagnostic assessment and therapy services to a full range of individuals from youth through adulthood
- Valid License as an LCDC II, LCDC III, or LICDC
- Maintain professional licensure and/or certification throughout employment with this agency
- Ability to work as a team member and cooperatively
- Must be able to work flexible work schedule including evenings and weekends on occasion
- Superb organizational skills
- Ability to guide, direct, or influence people
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with mentally or emotionally disabled persons and their families