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The Bradley Center offers a continuum of services that includes a residential center, an outpatient clinic and a school. Individuals and families come to the Bradley Center where they get the help they need to overcome trauma and rediscover hope. Our therapists have the opportunity to work in a team environment with excellent clinical supervision. We also offer the opportunity to receive the supervision necessary for licensure. Therapists at Bradley receive training in evidence-based interventions, carry a small caseload, develop treatment plans with the clients and families, and participate in both team and individual supervision. We are seeking a Senior Mental Health Therapist (SMHT) who will provide quality mental health therapy as part of a residential treatment team for children and adolescents. This position also has the responsibility to supervise three unit therapists and is an integral part of the unit senior leadership team. Requirements

Master's degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or related field

Three (3) years experience working with youth in a human service or psychiatric setting and two (2) years experience as master level mental health therapist

OR a minimum of three (3) years experience as a master level mental health therapist

Qualifications best suited for the position:


Ability to build rapport with clients

Ability to provide feedback and have critical conversations

Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Professional demeanor, sound judgment, dependability, and a strong work ethic


Student loan repayment program (We contribute directly to employee's student loan lenders)

$1500 sign on bonus

$2000 relocation assistance

Referral bonuses

20 days of Paid Time Off in the first year of employment

Health, dental and vision Coverage


Life insurance

Opportunity for licensure supervision

Advanced training opportunities and continuing education credits

We are committed to advocacy for children with special needs, care and compassion, and focusing on the inherent strengths of children, youth and families without regard to race, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, or gender.

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