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ACT Therapist

Seacoast Mental Health Center

 

If you like making a difference in your community and are passionate about working in a nonprofit organization Seacoast Mental Health Center is an excellent choice!

Founded in 1963 to address the mental health care needs of the New Hampshire Seacoast, Seacoast Mental Health Center (SMHC) is one of ten non-profit state-designated community mental health centers (CMHCs) in New Hampshire. As a CMHC, we provide evaluations and treatment services to children, adolescents and families, adults, and the elderly who reside in our catchment area regardless of their ability to pay.


If you like making a difference in your community and are passionate about working in a nonprofit organization Seacoast Mental Health Center is an excellent choice!

 We have an immediate Opening for an Outreach Specialist position on our Assessment/Crisis Stabilization Team (ACT) Adult Services Department. This position will report directly to the Team Leader in ACT.

 

Key Responsibilities

The Adult Services Department of SMHC is looking for an energetic, dedicated, experienced individual to join our Portsmouth-based ACT treatment team. This position requires coordinating services and providing direct support, advocacy and assertive outreach to adults with mental illness. The ideal applicant must possess a Master's degree in Social Work, Psychology, Human Services or the equivalent and preferably have one year of experience working in the field. Ability to work in a team setting and experience with crisis intervention, dual diagnosis and state systems, a plus.

Other Requirements

  • Must also demonstrate excellent communication skills, both verbally and in writing.
  • The Therapist must hold a valid driver’s license and be able to demonstrate a "clean" driving record.
  • CPR/First Aid training is recommended.    
Job Location:

Portsmouth

Date Added: January 18, 2019

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