Professional Services Group, Inc.
PSG strives to provide quality mental health services to clients who aren't always able to access them. We are trauma-informed and approach all clients, employees, stakeholders, etc. through this lens. We strive to create and maintain a supportive culture while going above and beyond for our clients. Come join our team!
WHY WORK FOR PSG/CIP?
- Be part of a great team that is passionate and dedicated to making a difference in the community!
- Opportunities for advancement
- Professional development trainings
- Great work-life balance
- Competitive benefits package, including: paid time off and company holidays; health, vision, dental, and life insurance; short and long term disability; 401k and profit sharing.
PSG currently provides school-based services in various districts in Kenosha, western Kenosha and Racine counties, Walworth County, West Allis and Washington County; working with children and their families who are struggling with academic and behavioral concerns within the school environment.
Providing services within the school increases access to services for families who may not be able to go to an outpatient clinic on their own. School-Based staff go directly into the school to provide intervention including individual and group therapy, education/consultation for school personnel, and family therapy as needed.
We are now accepting resumes for a part-time, leading to full-time, School Based Therapists across our school-based therapy programs.
Salary: $22.00 to $24.00/hour training license, $28.00 to $32.00/hour licensed. The hourly and salary range is based on experience and licensure, and is paid over nine months of the school year. Opportunity to earn additional hourly rate for 3 months of summer. Plus a $3,000 sign-on bonus!
- Interview and evaluate children and families to complete the intake process.
- Assess the therapeutic needs of clients and complete formal assessments.
- Formulate, implement, evaluate and review client treatment plans.
- Provide psychotherapy in accordance with the child's treatment plans.
- Exercise judgment to intervene as an advocate for clients in emergency and crisis situations.
- Organize and facilitate structured group, individual and/or family activities.
- Provide consultation to the child's school and school personnel as needed.
- Attend individual and group supervision.
- Coordinate services and maintain communication with all service providers involved with the clients.
- All applicants must possess a Master's Degree and licensure to provide therapy in the State of Wisconsin.
- Must possess a Wisconsin LPC, LPC-IT, APSW, or LCSW or be eligible to obtain one.
- Pre-licensed therapists are also welcome to apply, and supervision is provided as part of the work environment.
- Minimum of 1,000 hours of clinical experience preferred.
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