Hiring now- Mental Health Therapists! Join a team of therapists and administrators who love working together to help children grow! Marshall Pediatric Therapy offers outstanding therapy at each clinic:
- Behavioral and Emotional Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Speech-Language Pathology
- Occupational Therapy
- Our clinics provide fantastic teams of clinicians who love working together. And now, because of the convenience of Telehealth, we can help children anywhere in Kentucky.
Benefits/Culture: Our team is dedicated to providing exceptional therapy, and you would be a valued participant in a fun and productive workplace. We offer competitive pay and excellent employee benefits:
- Full medical, dental, and vision insurance plans
- Direct Primary Care Physician Plan (allows for no co-pays for routine doctor visits)
- Company provided Short Term Disability and Life insurance
- Optional plans through AFLAC
- 401K- 4% company match
- 12 Days of PTO
- 11 Paid Holidays (this includes the week of Christmas)
- Sign-on bonus up to $2000
- CEU Reimbursement
- Other potential bonus opportunities
Position Overview: The purpose of the Mental Health Therapist is to do all that’s needed to provide exceptional therapy to children and families.
- Current Kentucky license as an LPCC, LMFT, LCSW or Licensed Psychologist.
- Masters degree or higher from an accredited university program of preparation for a mental health profession.
- One or more years of pediatric experience
- Ability to collaborate and work in a team-based atmosphere
- Motivated to meet productivity targets and contribute to company growth
- Solid work history and consistent attendance
- Ability to effectively & professionally communicate verbally and in documentation
- Experience with or desire to learn Telehealth
- CPR and First Aid Certification
- Ability to work in a fast-paced, physically active environment
Accountability and Performance Measures:
- Support the Marshall Pediatric Therapy mission by: “Helping Families Build Skills for Life.”
- Provide counseling for children with a variety of diagnoses, ages 2-21
- Maintain and manage a full-time caseload with a target of 65% productivity
- Participate in continuing education in order to lead the community with new treatment and evaluation techniques
- Establish and maintain positive working relationships with families, colleagues, referral sources, and community agencies
- Manage administrative responsibilities such as timely documentation per discipline guidelines and productivity tracking.