|Date Posted||July 13, 2021|
-Provide a safe, supportive, and encouraging environment for the partial hospitalization program clients.
-Provide direct assistance throughout day by means of:
- eating with clients at meals and snack times
- monitoring bathroom use for eating disordered behaviors
- socializing and observing clients during breaks and transitions in programming
-Collaborate with other members of a dynamic, multi-disciplinary treatment team
-Help with training new milieu staff
-Assist staff therapists and/or dietitians with tasks related to client care
-Co-facilitate various therapy groups
-Maintain clinical documentation and other administrative tasks required for competent care
-An Associates degree, bachelor’s degree, or working towards bachelor’s degree with emphasis in the study of Psychology; Masters degree in psychology, counseling or social work is preferred
-Live, behave and talk in a way that reflects a non-diet, non-weight biased relationship with food and body.
-Exhibit a high degree of confidentiality and personal boundary setting
-Experience and/or understanding of eating disorders is highly desired; experience in other mental health field beneficial
-Openness to learn new skills and take risks
-Able to address conflict with directness and compassion
-Comfortable with basics of nutrition, ie meal planning, basic cooking skills, grocery shopping, etc.
-Alignment with a Health at Every Size and weight-neutral approach to healthcare
The hours will vary depending on our need at the time of applications. All hours will be between 7:30am-6:30pm Monday-Friday. On-Call and part time positions available.
Commensurate to experience. Part-time benefits available.
Full-time benefits package includes: Medical/Dental/Vision insurance, PTO, paid holidays, retirement account with employer matching, paid continuing education