School-Based Therapist – Boiling Springs, PA
- School-based position involves 2-3 days/week in South Middleton School District, providing therapy to grades 6-12.
- Daytime hours with no on-call responsibilities. Work 7:30 AM – 3:00 PM, 3 days per week.
- Provide assessment, treatment planning, and therapy to children in grades 6-12.
- Actively collaborate with school staff, parents, caseworkers, and other relevant systems.
- This school-based position begins September 2023.
What We Provide
- A dynamic, supportive work environment that values work-life balance and providing high quality care.
- Strong support for your professional development, including:
- Biweekly peer consultation and as-needed individual consultation. Newly licensed clinicians are also provided weekly group supervision.
- LSWs receive supervision needed for clinical licensure.
- Annual Continuing Education allowance.
- Training opportunities as a group.
- Technology including a work-issued laptop, EHR, telehealth platform, etc.
- Billing, credentialing, and intake scheduling.
- Professional liability insurance through the practice.
- This is a fee-for-service position. Average reimbursement for part-time, school-based therapy is $44 per 45-minute session for licensed therapist and $40 for unlicensed and LSWs. Based on seeing 15 clients/week, estimated monthly income is $2400-$2600 (depending on licensure status). Opportunity to increase pay with higher caseload.
- Visit the Jobs Overview page for more information about our practice.
What We Are Looking For
- A therapist licensed to practice independently in Pennsylvania (i.e., LCSW, LPC, LMFT, psychologist). Therapists working toward clinical licensure are welcome to apply but must have completed at least 1500 supervised hours toward licensure.
- At least three years of experience providing therapy to children and families; two years must be post-Masters degree.
- Skill treating trauma and utilizing evidence-based and theoretically-sound interventions.
- Someone who enjoys working with clients from a range of socioeconomic backgrounds.
- An organized, conscientious self-starter with great “people-skills.”
- Must meet state requirements for background check and clearances and provide record of vaccination against COVID-19.
How To Apply
Please send the following via email or mail:
- A cover letter explaining why you are interested in this position
- A c.v. or resume that details your clinical experience with youth
Please feel free to contact Dr. Liz Campbell by phone (717-422-6440, ext. 21) or by email with questions or for more information.