Eating Disorder IOP Clinician

  • Crossroads
  • Scarborough, ME, USA
  • 01/22/2019
Full time Nonprofit-Social Services

Job Description

Crossroads, a premier addiction and behavioral health treatment center that has been providing addiction treatment for 40 years is seeking a fully licensed (LCSW, LCPC, conditional licenses considered), Master’s level clinician to conduct our Eating Disorder IOP program 3 days a week at our Scarborough location. Ideal candidates will demonstrate a strong understanding in the treatment of Eating Disorders and co-occurring disorders, group facilitation, will have experience in providing evidenced based treatment and will possess strong professional and relational qualities. Job responsibilities include completing psychosocial assessments, facilitating IOP group 3 days a week, providing individual therapy, working with a multidisciplinary team, participation in clinical meetings once monthly, completion of proper documentation according to agency and licensing standards, assisting with the development of a strong aftercare plan and an ability to utilize an electronic health record.

 

If you are looking to join a dedicated group of professionals and are inspired to have a meaningful impact on people’s lives, we invite you to apply for this opportunity to make a difference!

 

Crossroads Mission Statement

Crossroads provides gender responsive addiction and behavioral health treatment in a safe and respectful environment so individuals and families can live healthy lives.

 

Agency Profile

Crossroads is where you would send your mother, father, sister, brother, daughter or son for outpatient or residential treatment for substance use and mental health in a comfortable, safe environment so they can remember who they wanted to be. Offering Maine’s most comprehensive treatment for behavioral health with a gender-specific focus, Crossroads services include outpatient counseling for men, women and families and residential substance use and co-occurring eating disorder and substance use treatment for women.