About the Role
Be part of cutting-edge work with mental illness rehabilitation when you join our team at Integrated Behavioral Health Services! We are seeking a limhp, licsw, lmhp or plmhp.
This individual would be serving as the main therapist for a 16 bed psychiatric residential program. Tasks would include, working with a multidisciplinary team, creating treatment plans, individual sessions, leading groups, completing paperwork and assisting with therapeutic milieu on the unit.
Opportunity to work towards your “LI” while working with your clientele!
Applicant should expect to be actively involved in client treatment and treatment planning. Be able to advocate for client needs and give guidance to non clinical staff.
Experience is preferred, however will work with someone wanting to learn about serving a vastly underserved population.
The services Integrated Behavioral Health Services provides include Outpatient Therapy, Community Support, Day Rehabilitation, Psychiatric Residential Rehabilitation, and secure residential.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $20.00 - $28.00 per hour
Paid time off
Monday to Friday
Work Location: In person
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PLMHP, PLCSW, LMHP, LCSW, LICSW, LIMHP
About the Company
Integrated Behavioral Health Services (IBHS) is an established business in Lincoln Nebraska. IBHS already provides services to the community through Day Psychiatric Rehabilitative Programming, Community Support, Psychiatric Residential Rehabilitative Programming, Transitional Living and Transportation.
Our goal is to teach our participants how to approach life using the principles of the natural order. Using concepts from Dharma, we focus on truth, fact, teaching, and natural law. We strive to include the severe and persistent mental health population in their own treatment versus excluding them by governing their treatment.