- Medford, WI, USA
- Starting at $45,000 per year
- Full Time
Medical, Dental, Life Insurance, 401k, Paid Vacation
Clinical Support Specialist
Reports to: Clinical Director
Embark Behavioral Health is a unique organization comprised of extraordinary programs dedicated to bringing the all-time high rates of adolescent anxiety, depression, and suicide to all-time lows while becoming the most recognizable, respected, and valuable behavioral health organization in the world.
New Vision Wilderness Northwoods
New Vision Wilderness (NVW) Northwoods, located in Medford, Wisconsin, is the premiere wilderness therapy intervention for struggling teens, pre-teens, and their families. With our relational approach and unique programming, NVW is the home of cutting-edge trauma-informed care & wilderness intervention. Located in the beautiful Midwest, clinicians who work at Northwoods will love experiencing all four seasons in the natural setting of the pristine outdoors while also having access to trending cities like Saint Paul and Minneapolis, MN and Madison, WI.
- Opportunity to become an expert in the field of healing trauma and attachment
- Included training in Brain Spotting 1 and 2, Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY), and Heart Rate Variability (HRV)
- Ongoing clinical supervision from leaders in the Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare sector
- Flexible work environment and strong culture of empathy, service, trusting relationships, growth, and results
- Clinicians can work from home and commute to Medford, WI for their Field Days with students
- Canine therapy is integrated into treatment
- Proprietary CASA treatment model, with a unique relational and experiential approach
- Work collaboratively as a member of the leadership and clinical team for best outcomes
- Extensive learning opportunities for personal and professional growth
- Work with adolescent and pre-teen population
- Live and work in a scenic area that experiences all four seasons
- Access to endless outdoor activities including kayaking, mountain biking, skiing, fishing, climbing, and more
- Opportunities for advancement in a growing family of programs
- Collaboration opportunities with other leading Mental Health Programs
- Relocation/signing bonuses available for experienced candidates
- We are not a behavior modification program
- Great compensation based on experience
- Excellent benefits package
The mission of the Clinical Support Therapist's (CSS) role is to provide trauma-informed treatment and case management to students and their families, as well as work directly under a Lead Therapist to provide support in the field, office (paperwork, organization etc..) and to always maintain the highest standard of communication to employees, parents and referents. The CSS works within the CASA treatment framework as well as within the established program culture and norms. In addition, the CSS seeks to ensure student and staff safety through clear and proactive communication and treatment planning, training and implementation.
- Ensure all client files are up to date within 7 days of all sessions.
- Support Lead Therapist positions as managed by the Clinical Director.
- CSS will work a flexible schedule based on programming needs and the needs of the clinical team; this includes working in the field each week and spending extended periods of time with students and staff.
- CSS is responsible for clinical care and direction of clients throughout the process, family involvement and therapy, running groups, and field/logistical support when needed.
- Ability to camp competently and safely in four-season conditions
- Able to contribute time and energy towards marketing and outreach when requested.
- Master's Degree in counseling-related field required
- State licensed or proof of license eligibility
- 21+ years old
- Excellent leadership, communication, and problem-solving skills
- Ability to lift and carry 50+ pounds for extended durations and have the ability to walk at least 1 mile over uneven terrain
- Must be able to pass a Background Criminal Investigation
- Must hold a valid driver's license with clean driving record
- Current First Aid and CPR certification preferred; Certified Wilderness First Responder ideal