Wellpath Treatment Team Lead in Bridgewater, Massachusetts
$60,174 - $67,226 / year
• Make a difference every day in the lives of the underserved
• Join a mission driven organization with a people first culture
• Excellent career growth opportunities
Join us and find a career that supports:
• Caring for overlooked, underserved, and vulnerable patients
• Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging
• Autonomy in a warm team environment
• Growth and training
Perks and Benefits
In addition to comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, vision, paid time off, and 401k, we foster a work, life balance for team members and their family to support physical, mental, and financial wellbeing including:
• DailyPay, receive your money as you earn it!
• Tuition Assistance and dependent Scholarships
• Employee Assistance Program (EAP) including free counseling and health coaching
• Company paid life insurance
• Tax free Health Spending Accounts (HSA)
• Wellness program featuring fitness memberships and product discounts
• Preferred banking partnership and discounted rates for home and auto loans
Now is your moment to make a difference in the lives of the underserved.
If there is one unifying characteristic of everyone on our team, it is the deep desire to make a difference by helping society's most vulnerable and often overlooked individuals. Every day we have the distinct honor and responsibility to show up with non-judgmental compassion to provide hope and healing to those who need it most. For those whose calling it is to serve others, now is your moment to join our mission to provide quality care to every patient with compassion, collaboration, and innovation, to live our mantra to “Always Do The Right Thing!”, and to collectively do our part to heal the world, one patient at a time.
How you make a difference
As a Treatment Team Leader, you will assume a pivotal role in leading, overseeing, and delivering comprehensive sex offender and other treatment programs to individuals and groups as assigned. In this capacity, you will also serve as a dedicated clinical therapist for assigned residents, ensuring that your level of direct contact and frequency aligns with established performance standards, all while contributing to the rehabilitation and well-being of the individuals under your care.
Lead, oversee, and deliver sex offender and other treatment to assigned individuals and groups, adhering to established performance standards, and document service delivery and resident progress on a weekly basis.
Serve as a clinical therapist for assigned residents, including tasks such as developing and monitoring individualized treatment plans, coordinating treatment group referrals, and conducting regular resident meetings. Additionally, evaluate the clinical appropriateness of property and visitation requests.
Provide sex offender treatment groups and related sessions on a weekly basis, while also offering training and consultation to treatment and security staff on clinical methods and procedures for Sexually Violent Predators.
Administer tests and assessments within the scope of licensure, certification, and training, and actively participate in staff meetings, case conferences, and staff development activities.
Collaborate with the Clinical Team Leader for weekly individual supervision, perform administrative duties, and demonstrate critical thinking skills, judgment, and attention to detail while working effectively under stress, as needed.
Qualifications & Requirements
- Master’s or Doctoral degree in psychology, social work, counseling, or related human services field
Prior clinical experience working with sexual offenders and an understanding of the dynamics of sexual deviance strongly preferred
Familiarity with relevant research literature, clinical assessments, procedures and methods, particularly those designed for sexual offenders
Ability to assess treatment goals and write goal-directed, individualized treatment plans, as well as the ability to monitor and document individual behavior patterns and modify treatment plans to meet changing treatment goals
Ability to instruct others in the implementation of therapeutic and behavioral interventions and procedures
Excellent listening and verbal communication skills
Familiarity with the diagnostic nomenclature outlined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual
Demonstrated interpersonal skills and the ability to establish rapport and maintain objectivity with a criminal or forensic population
Appreciation of the need for and ability to maintain appropriate personal boundaries in working with sexual offender populations
Investment in expanding current skills/knowledge and to the transfer of this knowledge to other staff
Ability to form and maintain good working relationships with a diverse staff and a commitment to enhancing cultural competency
Ability to work with computers and the necessary software typically used by the department
- Must be licensed or license-eligible as a Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Social Worker, or Mental Health Counselor (LMHC).
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer
We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
We encourage you to apply! If you are excited about a role but your experience doesn’t seem to align perfectly with every element of the job description, we encourage you to apply. You may be just the right candidate for this, or one of our many other roles.
Deadline to apply to this position is contingent upon applicant volume. Those positions located in Colorado will have a specific deadline posted in the job description.
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Location MA, Bridgewater
Facility MA DOC Treatment Ctr
Shift Day 8 hour
Recruiter : Full Name: First Last Melena Corsino
Recruiter : Email MeCorsino@Wellpath.us
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