Acadia Healthcare Therapist- Certified Drug & Alcohol Counselor (CADC) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Belmont Behavioral Hospital is a premiere provider of comprehensive treatment for mental health conditions and substance abuse problems. Having been in operation for over 75 years as one of the most prominent providers of behavioral healthcare treatment services, Belmont is proud to offer high quality and specialized programming options for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults who are suffering from psychiatric concerns and chemical dependency.
Therapist - Drug & Alcohol Counselor position Assess, diagnose and provide clinical services for those with behavioral health disorders. Provide initial treatment planning for patient based on assessment and coordinate any additional services needed, revising as necessary. Conduct individual, group or family sessions as appropriate for the treatment plan of the patients’ treatment team and contributes to the development and implementation of evidenced based interventions.
Master degree in behavioral health discipline (E.g. Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or other therapeutic field is required.) Plus one year experience working with psychiatric populations in either acute care or community settings or a combination of both.
- Masters or better in Counseling
- 1 year: Background in addictions counseling or a certified alcohol and drug counselor (CADC)
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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