The OP Therapist is responsible for providing therapy services to children, youth, adults and families. The OP Therapist is responsible for providing services related to the delivery of mental health care. This role will provide consultation services and/or case management services to the community professionals who also support the client in order to support the overall mental health goals of the client.
Family Solutions will provide supervision towards licensure.
Benefits for Full Time positions include:
Short Term Disability
Long Term Disability
Vacation time (accrue 9.11 hours a pay period)
Sick time (accrue .04 hours accrued per hour worked)
Family Solutions is offering a $5,000 bonus to newly hired therapists! We will award $2,500 after successful completion of 6 months of employment and $2,500 after successful completion of 1 year of employment.
Provide individual and/or family therapy on a regularly scheduled basis. Fulfill all clinical record keeping standards in accordance with Medicaid regulations, Oregon Administrative Rules and organization policies regarding record keeping.
Participate in behavioral crisis management/intervention. Develop, implement, and maintain individualized treatment plans for each client according to standards utilizing evidence-based practices and provide on-going assessments of client’s progress toward stated treatment goals, and communicate with client on a regular basis. Participate in quarterly reviews for each child and family according to OHP standards.
Coordinate Intake services and maintain equity of service delivery via the design of prevention-based materials. Establish and maintain positive relationships with children and family members on assigned caseload.
Perform file reviews quarterly
Observe all agency policies and procedures.
Establish and maintain professional relationships with staff, community agencies, the public and clients.
Maintain high ethical standards with regard to treatment and client confidentiality.
Per the Governor of Oregon Family Solutions does require COVID-19 vaccination for employment or an approved medical or religious accommodation.
Master’s Degree in a mental health related field. Must meet QMHP requirements.
Must be an excellent communicator with the skills to acknowledge the needs of others and recognizing various points of view. Able to persuade others based on what is in the best interest of the client/resident.
Must be able to clear a background check conducted through DHS.
Microsoft Office Suite/Outlook.