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Outpatient Therapist

Agency Name: Gratiot Integrated Health Network

Agency Contact: Jaime Ray

  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • County: Gratiot
  • Salary Range: $52,852-$68,952 per Year
  • Send applications to: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/All/8672153e-ed3f-4189-8a6b-2fcf71e87ff4/Gratiot-Integrated-Health-Network
  • Please include your resume when applying.

Gratiot Integrated Health Network (GIHN) has an immediate opening for a full-time, Masters prepared clinician, to provide outpatient behavioral health services in the community. GIHN is focused on providing a healthy work-life balance with flexible scheduling with both in-person and remote work options. With one of our strategic priorities focused on becoming a leading employer of choice in Mid-Michigan, GIHN offers competitive salary, benefits and paid time off, all of which begin on your first day of employment. The candidate that is hired for this position is eligible for a signing bonus equal to 3% of the annual salary, and a $1,000 retention payment, after one year of successful employment.

The Outpatient Therapist is responsible for providing therapy services, annual assessments, determining the appropriate treatment plan, and making referrals to other services if deemed necessary, to consumers receiving mental health services, and consumers with substance use disorders. Must be able to serve both children and adults of all ages. Must be able to demonstrate sensitivity, knowledge and use of appropriate approaches, skills and techniques which reflect an understanding and awareness of trauma and social, cultural and economic diversity of the target population served. Must actively support the goal of person centered planning and integrated care through the recovery process and will acknowledge and develop competencies which support the understanding of the complexities of the human condition and the manner in which physical health, substance use disorders and physical and/or emotional trauma are interrelated to the need for mental health services.

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