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Full Time
Bradford, PA, McKean County
Posted 3 weeks ago
The Mental Health Specialist functions as an integral part of the Assertive Community Treatment Team to provide intensive, recovery-based treatment for the highest risk consumers of mental health resources. The ACT Team Mental Health Specialist provides one-on-one and group mental health counseling and substance use counseling to client members of the ACT Team. This position also requires the clinician to be cross-trained to step into any other team member’s functional role if needed.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
  • Provide high-quality, recovery-oriented, evidence-based mental health and substance use counseling services to ACT Team client members in both individual and group settings;
  • Work collaboratively as part of the ACT Team in order to provide comprehensive care that meets the needs of client team members;
  • Develop a comprehensive, strengths-based, individualized treatment plan in collaboration with staff team members, client team members, and client-identified supports;
  • Participate in the formal training and development process with administrative staff and consultants as well as ongoing professional development and continuing education;
  • Understand and be capable of performing the functional duties of other staff ACT Team members and be willing to serve as a substitute for the provision of other specialist services when the designated staff team member is unable to do so;
  • Attend daily team meetings, individual supervision, and group supervision as scheduled;
  • Initiate and maintain relationships with community resources, outside human service agencies, and other stakeholders as needed;
  • Commit to ensuring fidelity to the ACT model and ongoing quality improvement efforts;
  • Complete all required documentation accurately and on time;
  • Other duties as assigned.
Required Skills
  • Minimum of 2 years of direct clinical experience;
  • Knowledge, understanding, and experience using trauma-informed and evidence-based interventions and practices for mental health and substance use treatment;
  • Comfortable working with clients diagnosed with severe and persistent mental health disorders in a variety of office, home, and community-based settings;
  • Ability to function as an integral part of the collective treatment team;
  • Knowledge of local, state and federal regulations, laws and standards with regard to behavioral health treatment services;
  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills and ability to communicate effectively with clients, family members, colleagues, and professional contacts;
  • Ability to plan and prioritize work and meet the Agency’s performance, quality assurance and productivity standards;
  • Commitment to maintain the fidelity and integrity of ACT throughout all phases of development, implementation, and practice.
Required Education & Experience
  • Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling, Social Work, Psychology, Nursing, or related human services field with a minimum of 2 years clinical experience
  • CAC certification strongly preferred
  • Clinical License preferred
Travel
  • Local travel within the service delivery area is required as many ACT services are provided in community-based settings;
  • Travel to trainings as required.
Please fill out the following application and e-mail it to HR@guidancecenter.net as part of your application: TGC Application.

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Job Category

Direct Service, Treatment

Salary

$42,640

The Mental Health Specialist functions as an integral part of the Assertive Community Treatment Team to provide intensive, recovery-based treatment for the highest risk consumers of mental health reso...View more

Full Time
Bradford, PA, McKean County
Posted 3 weeks ago
Supports Coordinator to locate, coordinate, and monitor services for persons with Intellectual Developmental Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Global Developmental Delay. Bachelor’s Degree in human services or the Education Field required. Requires excellent time management, computer, and organizational skills; with ability to travel within McKean County. Salary based upon experience. Please fill out the following application and e-mail it to HR@guidancecenter.net as part of your application: TGC Application.  

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Job Category

Direct Service, Recovery & Support

Salary

from $15.00 per hour

Supports Coordinator to locate, coordinate, and monitor services for persons with Intellectual Developmental Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Global Developmental Delay. Bachelor’s Degree in ...View more

Full Time
Bradford, PA, McKean County
Posted 3 weeks ago
The ACT Team Registered Nurse functions as an integral part of the Assertive Community Treatment Team to provide intensive, recovery-based treatment for the highest risk consumers of mental health resources. The ACT Team Registered Nurse manages the medication system; documents medication treatment; communicates and coordinates with medical providers; engages in health promotion, education, and provider training to other team members; and assists consumers with understanding medications prescribed and the importance of taking medication. Essential Duties and Responsibilities
  • Work collaboratively as part of the ACT Team in order to provide comprehensive care that meets the individual needs of each client enrolled in ACT;
  • Assess client health daily and respond appropriately to any noted concerns (i.e. medication side effects, withdrawal symptoms, general health changes, etc.)
  • Monitor client use of medications, changes in medications, and assess for efficacy, safety, and/or side effects of medications;
  • Collaborate with all providers involved with client’s health care and provide feedback to providers as needed;
  • Link client to appropriate healthcare providers or specialists and follow-up with all referrals and recommendations;
  • Provide health and wellness education to the client, the client’s supports, and other ACT Team staff members;
  • Participate in the formal training and development process with administrative staff and consultants as well as ongoing professional development and continuing education;
  • Attend daily team meetings, individual supervision, and group supervision as scheduled;
  • Initiate and maintain relationships with community resources, outside human service agencies, and other stakeholders as needed;
  • Commit to ensuring fidelity to the ACT model and ongoing quality improvement efforts;
  • Complete all required documentation accurately and on time;
  • Other duties as assigned.
Required Skills
  • Knowledge, understanding, and experience providing mental health and substance use treatment, including experience conducting mental health evaluations, familiarity with psychiatric medications, and awareness of medication assisted treatment (MAT) practices;
  • Ability to respond to client needs using a trauma-informed, recovery-oriented approach;
  • Comfortable working with clients diagnosed with severe and persistent mental health disorders in a variety of office, home, and community-based settings;
  • Ability to function as an integral part of the collective treatment team;
  • Knowledge of local, state and federal regulations, laws and standards with regard to behavioral health treatment services;
  • Strong oral and written communication skills and ability to communicate effectively with clients, family members, colleagues, and professional contacts;
  • Ability to plan and prioritize work and meet the Agency’s performance, quality assurance and productivity standards;
  • Commitment to maintain the fidelity and integrity of ACT throughout all phases of development, implementation, and practice.
Required Education & Experience
  • Registered Nurse, licensed to practice without limitations in Pennsylvania
  • Experience working in a behavioral health setting preferred
Travel
  • Local travel within the service delivery area is required as many ACT services are provided in community-based settings;
  • Travel to trainings as required.
Please fill out the following application and e-mail it to HR@guidancecenter.net as part of your application: TGC Application.

Job Features

Job Category

Direct Service, Recovery & Support

Salary

From $44,000 per year

The ACT Team Registered Nurse functions as an integral part of the Assertive Community Treatment Team to provide intensive, recovery-based treatment for the highest risk consumers of mental health res...View more

Full Time, Part Time
Bradford, PA, Kane, PA, McKean County, Smethport, PA
Posted 3 weeks ago
Job Overview: Provide mental health treatment to children under the age of 21 in the home, school and community using techniques such as cognitive behavior therapy, behavioral therapy, behavioral skills training and parenting skills training. Responsibilities and Duties:
  • Provide individual and family therapy in the home, school and community to address the client’s symptoms, behavioral concerns and treatment needs
  • Complete client assessments and develop treatment plans and crisis plans
  • Develop behavior plans as needed
  • Consult with colleagues and treatment team members to assist the child in improving their behavior or symptoms
  • Facilitate treatment team meetings as needed to address treatment needs
  • Maintain professional boundaries with clients and families
  • Provide culturally aware and competent services
  • Participate in individual and group supervision monthly
  • Complete necessary documentation on a weekly basis
  • Complete initial training and at least 16 hours annually
Education and Experience: Candidates must have one of the following qualifications:
  • Be licensed in Pennsylvania as a professional counselor, marriage and family therapist or clinical social worker
  • Be licensed in Pennsylvania as a social worker or a behavior specialist and have a graduate degree that required a clinical or mental health direct service practicum
  • Have a minimum of one year of full-time experience in providing mental health direct services to children and a graduate degree with at least nine credits specific to clinical practice in psychology, social work or counseling
  • Have completed a clinical or mental health direct service practicum and have a graduate degree with a least nine credits specific to clinical practice in psychology, social work, education, counseling or a related field
Please fill out the following application and e-mail it to HR@guidancecenter.net as part of your application: TGC Application.

Job Features

Job Category

Direct Service, Education & Prevention

Salary

From $40,000.00 per year

Job Overview: Provide mental health treatment to children under the age of 21 in the home, school and community using techniques such as cognitive behavior therapy, behavioral therapy, behavioral skil...View more

Full Time
Bradford, PA, McKean County
Posted 3 weeks ago
The Family Based Services (FBS) Mental Health Therapist provides Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy (ESFT) to a caseload of up to 8 families in partnership with their team member. In addition to providing therapeutic interventions, the FBS therapist also supports the client families with crisis response and case management. All FBS team members are required to complete a 3-year training program specific to the ESFT clinical model to ensure treatment fidelity and for therapists to develop competency in the delivery of ESFT. The FBS therapist is responsible for maintaining clinical treatment documentation and delivering services in compliance with all state regulations and program policy. Requirements: Master’s Degree in the field of human services such as: social work, marriage and family therapy, counseling psychology, or education. Must have a minimum of 2 years’ experience working with children and/or families. Must have the ability to provide therapeutic services in a variety of locations (home, school & community).
Please fill out the following application and e-mail it to HR@guidancecenter.net as part of your application: TGC Application.

Job Features

Job Category

Direct Service, Treatment

Salary

From $42,640.00 per year

The Family Based Services (FBS) Mental Health Therapist provides Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy (ESFT) to a caseload of up to 8 families in partnership with their team member. In addition to pr...View more

Full Time, Part Time
Warren, PA
Posted 3 weeks ago
Job Overview: Licensed Professional Counselor or Licensed Clinical Social Worker is responsible to provide diagnostic assessments, evaluations, therapy, counseling, and support services for a mixed caseload (adults, children/adolescents, and families) to those experiencing mental health issues, communication challenges, or family issues. Will provide mental health therapy in an office setting and via telehealth. Responsibilities and Duties:
  • This position requires a Professional who is knowledgeable in areas of mental health and intellectual disabilities, in relationship to children, adults, and families.
  • Professional will be required to perform independently as a Mental Health Therapist in the environment and in collaboration with other professionals in the practice.
  • Professional will be required to participate in any other therapeutic and agency activities assigned by the Director of Provider and Community Relations.
  • Professional will be responsible for evaluations, and providing individual, family, group therapy and parent counseling/training.
  • Professional will be responsible for timely documentation of all clinical sessions and completion of various forms related to work assignments; including but not limited to evaluations, treatment plans, progress notes and discharge notes.
  • Professional will be responsible for providing consultation and education expertise to community agencies and schools in a collaborative fashion, as needed.
  • Professional will be competent at administering psychometric tests, as appropriate.
  • Professional will be responsible for evaluating emergency crisis cases for Crisis Intervention when necessary.
  • Professional will be responsible for related work activities necessary for efficient functioning of the center and subsequently the private practice.
Skills:
  • Must possess a strong knowledge of mental health diagnoses and treatments in areas of mental health and intellectual disabilities, in relationship to children, adults and families and possess the skills necessary to facilitate positive change in a clinical setting.
Education/Experience:
  • Masters degree in the field of psychology, social work, counseling education or human services
  • Clinical license
  • Additional Information:
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to collaborate with clients, staff and outside agencies
Please fill out the following application and e-mail it to HR@guidancecenter.net as part of your application: TGC Application.

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Job Category

Direct Service, Treatment

Salary

From $45,000.00 per year

Job Overview: Licensed Professional Counselor or Licensed Clinical Social Worker is responsible to provide diagnostic assessments, evaluations, therapy, counseling, and support services for a mixed ca...View more

Full Time
Potter County
Posted 3 weeks ago
Job Overview:
  • RAPPORT (rural approach to pregnancy and parenting: outreach resources to teens) Home Visitors work with expectant women, mothers of children under age one, pregnant and parenting adolescents, and at-risk youth through personalized visits in the home, school, or community. Staff provide health education and supportive services working in conjunction with other community partners to promote positive outcomes, increased education, and goal achievement.
Responsibilities and Duties:
  • Provide pregnancy and early childhood education and support through individual visits and referral services.
  • Provide weekly visits in an individual or group setting focusing on case management and academic support (with involved teens).
  • Partner with school personnel, obstetricians, and other community agencies in the early identification, counseling, and education of pregnant and parenting students.
  • Provide information on healthy relationships, decision-making skills, peer pressure, self-esteem and sexuality education through individual sessions.
  • Promote public awareness of the RAPPORT Program through speaking engagements at social service organizations, community agencies, healthcare providers, and schools.
  • Maintain timely documentation in an electronic health record system.
  • Complete all required staff development assignments.
Education and Experience:
  • Nursing License or Degree in Social/Human Services, Education, or related field
Please fill out the following application and e-mail it to HR@guidancecenter.net as part of your application: TGC Application.

Job Features

Job Category

Direct Service, Education & Prevention

Salary

From $15.00 per hour

Job Overview: RAPPORT (rural approach to pregnancy and parenting: outreach resources to teens) Home Visitors work with expectant women, mothers of children under age one, pregnant and parenting adoles...View more

Full Time
McKean County
Posted 3 weeks ago
Job Overview:
  • Provide parent education and family support services to children ages 6 to 18 and their families using the Nurturing Parenting Program curriculum. Services may take place at home, in school, or in group settings. The Adult-Adolescent Parenting Inventory and the Nurturing Skills Competency Scale are utilized to help individualize activities/services for each family. Staff are a mentor and resource connection for youth and families in response to identified needs/goals.
Responsibilities and Duties:
  • Develop and implement activities that support youth/family goals using the topics chosen by families as areas of needed support
  • Consult with County staff and/or other providers as needed
  • Complete documentation of services and maintain records as required
  • Travel throughout designated service area
  • Provide support to other staff and help maintain a team and collaborative atmosphere
  • Professional Development as required by The Guidance Center and NPP
  • Other related work as required
Education and Experience:
  • Bachelor Degree preferred, or Associate Degree in Education, Health, Human Services or another related field. Experience working with families and youth exhibiting basic behavioral concerns.
Please fill out the following application and e-mail it to HR@guidancecenter.net as part of your application: TGC Application.

Job Features

Job Category

Direct Service, Education & Prevention

Salary

from $15.00 per hour

Job Overview: Provide parent education and family support services to children ages 6 to 18 and their families using the Nurturing Parenting Program curriculum. Services may take place at home, in sch...View more

Job Overview: A Home Visitor will become certified as a Parent Educator who implements the Parents as Teachers Evidence Based Model program. Home visitors partner with caregivers to help them understand, appreciate, and encourage growth in each stage of their child’s development by facilitating activities with parents and their children, and promoting reflection regarding the strengths of the family. Responsibilities and Duties:
  • Provide personal home visits to families using the Parents as Teachers (PAT) instructional curriculum-based activities, methods and materials that include goal setting, developmental surveillance and connecting to resources.
  • Web based curriculum planning and documentation
  • Conduct initial and annual child health reviews, and screenings
  • Travel throughout the designated service area for delivery of Home Visits
  • Provide monthly Group Connections that support families social connections and interactions that increase their understanding of their child’s development.
  • Participate in agency staff meetings, reflective supervision, and professional development.
  • Engage families and promote the Parents as Teachers Program utilizing a strength-based approach to interactions that includes strong communication, conflict resolution, and interpersonal skills.
  • Acquire knowledge and expertise in the use of program computerized Client Management Systems.
Education and Experience:
  • Bachelor’s degree in education, social work, health, psychology, human development and family studies, nursing, or another related field preferred. Associate degree in related field with experience working with young children is acceptable.
Please fill out the following application and e-mail it to HR@guidancecenter.net as part of your application: TGC Application.

Job Features

Job Category

Direct Service, Education & Prevention

Salary

from $15.00 per hour

Job Overview: A Home Visitor will become certified as a Parent Educator who implements the Parents as Teachers Evidence Based Model program. Home visitors partner with caregivers to help them understa...View more

Full Time, Part Time
McKean County
Posted 3 weeks ago
The Certified Peer Specialist is a self-identified individual with a mental health diagnosis who has reached a point in their recovery where they can positively mentor and support others in similar situations. Must be willing to complete peer support services 2 week training. The position is full time or part time with flexible hours and community based.   Please fill out the following application and e-mail it to HR@guidancecenter.net as part of your application: TGC Application.

Job Features

Job Category

Direct Service, Recovery & Support

Salary:

fom $15.00 per hour

The Certified Peer Specialist is a self-identified individual with a mental health diagnosis who has reached a point in their recovery where they can positively mentor and support others in similar si...View more

Full Time
Bradford, PA, McKean County
Posted 3 weeks ago
Job Overview: The ACT Team Case Manager functions as an integral part of the Assertive Community Treatment Team to provide intensive, recovery-based treatment for the highest risk consumers of mental health resources. The ACT Team Case manager services as a primary case coordinator to ensure each client enrolled in ACT is receiving the appropriate services relevant to their recovery goals. Responsibilities and Duties:
  • Participate in all aspects of client’s treatment from admission through discharge; serve as a primary source of service coordination for all clients enrolled in ACT
  • Work collaboratively as part of the ACT Team to provide comprehensive care that meets the needs of client team members
  • Participate in the development and implementation of a comprehensive, strengths-based, individualized treatment plan in collaboration with staff team members, client team members, and client-identified supports
  • Assist in identifying and accessing community resources, linking clients with those resources, and following up on all referrals and recommendations’
  • Respond to and assess emergency situations and incidents assure that appropriate actions are taken to protect the health and welfare of clients and their families
  • Participate in the formal training and development process with administrative staff and consultants as well as ongoing professional development and continuing education
  • Understand and be capable of performing the functional duties of other staff ACT Team members and be willing to serve as a substitute for the provision of other specialist services when the designated staff team member is unable to do so
  • Attend daily team meetings, individual supervision, and group supervision as scheduled
  • Initiate and maintain relationships with community resources, outside human service agencies, and other stakeholders as needed
  • Commit to ensuring fidelity to the ACT model and ongoing quality improvement efforts
  • Complete all required documentation accurately and on time
  • Other duties as assigned
Please fill out the following application and e-mail it to HR@guidancecenter.net as part of your application: TGC Application.

Job Features

Job Category

Direct Service, Treatment

Salary

From $16.00 per hour

Job Overview: The ACT Team Case Manager functions as an integral part of the Assertive Community Treatment Team to provide intensive, recovery-based treatment for the highest risk consumers of mental ...View more

Full Time
McKean County
Posted 3 weeks ago
Be part of a dynamic team to provide strength-based community case management services to individuals who possess a mental health diagnosis. Duties include; development of recovery-oriented treatment plans, collaboration with assigned treatment team, link with community-based resources and services, provide advocacy and support individual recovery journeys, and coordinate with crisis services through an on-call rotation. Work Location: Flexible Work Remotely: Hybrid Education Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Sociology, Human Services, Criminal Justice, or related field.   Please fill out the following application and e-mail it to HR@guidancecenter.net as part of your application: TGC Application.

Job Features

Job Category

Direct Service, Recovery & Support

Pay:

from $16.00 per hour

Be part of a dynamic team to provide strength-based community case management services to individuals who possess a mental health diagnosis. Duties include; development of recovery-oriented treatment ...View more

Full Time, Part Time
Bradford, PA, McKean County
Posted 3 weeks ago
Behavior Consultant  (Posted 6/29/21) (Sign on Bonus) Job Overview: Provide behavior consultation services to children under the age of 21 in the home, school and community to address identified behaviors. Responsibilities and Duties:
  • Provide behavior consultation in the home, school and community to address the client’s behaviors by:
  • Completing a functional behavior assessment to determine the function of the child’s behavior
  • Develop an individualized treatment plan (ITP) to address the identified behavior
  • Direct implementation of the ITP by parents, caregivers, school staff and treatment team (Mobile Therapists and Behavioral Health Technicians)
  • Complete client assessments and crisis plans
  • Develop behavior plans
  • Collect and track behavioral data and update the ITP and behavior plans accordingly
  • Consult with treatment team members to address the behaviors of the child
  • Facilitate treatment team meetings as needed to address treatment needs
  • Maintain professional boundaries with clients and families
  • Provide culturally aware and competent services
  • Participate in individual and group supervision monthly
  • Complete necessary documentation on a weekly basis
  • Complete initial training and at least 16 hours annually
Education and Experience: Candidates must have one of the following qualifications
  • Be licensed in this Commonwealth as a behavior specialist.
  • Have a certification as a BCBA or other graduate-level certification in behavior analysis
  • Have a graduate degree in ABA from a college or university
  • Have a minimum of 1 year of full-time experience in providing mental health direct services to children, youth or young adults and a graduate degree in psychology, social work, education, or counseling
  • Have completed a clinical or mental health direct service practicum and have a graduate degree in psychology, social work, education, counseling or a related field from a college or university
Please fill out the following application and e-mail it to HR@guidancecenter.net as part of your application: TGC Application.

Job Features

Job Category

Direct Service, Treatment

Salary

From $40,000.00 per year

Behavior Consultant  (Posted 6/29/21) (Sign on Bonus) Job Overview: Provide behavior consultation services to children under the age of 21 in the home, school and community to address identified beha...View more

Full Time
Bradford, PA, McKean County
Posted 3 weeks ago
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: -Assist clients with obtaining information about their benefits and refers clients as needed. -Assess client’s vocational functioning on ongoing basis utilizing background information and work experience -Conduct job development and job searching activities directed towards positions that are individualized to the interest and uniqueness of individual -Provide individualized follow up support services to assist client in maintaining employment -Provide educational and support to individuals -Provide timely interventions with returning phone calls and assisting with leads -Participate in regular meetings with treatment team and communicates individually with team members between meetings to coordinate and organize services into mental health treatment. -Participate in face to face meetings with rehabilitation counselors to coordinate services for clients. -Develop an individual rehabilitation plan with clients. Incorporate input from treatment team members and family member with permission. -Provided supported education utilizing approved principles. -Facilitate the completion of assessments for planning and development purposes. -Assist consumers in locating suitable placements and securing appropriate behavioral health, vocational/educational training. -Collect and assess relevant, mental, behavioral, psychological, economic, medical, and educational background on consumers. -Provide supportive counseling to consumers and their families. -Respond to and assess emergency situations and incidents and assure that appropriate actions are taken to protect the health and welfare of consumers. -Participate in all aspects of client’s treatment from admission through discharge; serve as a primary source of service coordination for all clients enrolled in ACT; -Work collaboratively as part of the ACT Team in order to provide comprehensive care that meets the needs of client team members; -Participate in the development and implementation of a comprehensive, strengths-based, individualized treatment plan in collaboration with staff team members, client team members, and client-identified supports; -Assist in identifying and accessing community resources, linking clients with those resources, and following up on all referrals and recommendations; Required Skills -Comfortable working with clients diagnosed with severe and persistent mental health disorders in a variety of office, home, and community-based settings; -Ability to function as an integral part of the collective treatment team; -Ability to respond to client needs using a trauma-informed, recovery-oriented approach; -Knowledge of local, state and federal regulations, laws and standards with regard to behavioral health treatment services; -Exceptional oral and written communication skills and ability to communicate effectively with clients, family members, colleagues, and professional contacts; -Ability to plan and prioritize work and meet the Agency’s performance, quality assurance and productivity standards; -Commitment to maintain the fidelity and integrity of ACT throughout all phases of development, implementation, and practice. Required Education & Experience -Bachelor’s degree with one year of associated experience -Master’s degree in education, counseling, rehabilitation preferred Please fill out the following application and e-mail it to HR@guidancecenter.net as part of your application: TGC Application.

Job Features

Job Category

Direct Service, Recovery & Support

Salary

from $16.00 per hour

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: -Assist clients with obtaining information about their benefits and refers clients as needed. -Assess client’s vocational functioning on ongoing basis utilizin...View more

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