Brookhaven Retreat is a leading women's residential treatment program, unique among programs nationwide. Our superior staff experiences the opportunity daily to not only do their best but to contribute to extraordinary outcomes for our clients. The Brookhaven treatment philosophy offers the opportunity to be part of a cutting edge, multi-disciplinary treatment team. Our innovative practice model, carried out by our female clinical staff, offers you the chance to deliver client care with a level of integrity and compassion rarely found in treatment settings.
We offer an excellent environment for performance and personal growth and provide competitive benefits. Although each position has unique needs, every position has several key requirements:
- Professionalism, personal accountability, and responsiveness
- A drive to excel and to constantly improve
- Superb client-focused decision-making skills
- Commitment to client care in a holistic program
- An unselfish pursuit of results
- Excellent collaborative skills
- Effective, therapeutic communication skills
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The following are features positions for which we are currently seeking candidates.
Job Type Full Time
A Primary Therapist is needed to provide mental health/substance abuse/co-occurring assessments, crisis management, psychotherapeutic and recreational therapeutic interventions to women residing at the Brookhaven Retreat in Seymour, Tennessee. The job duties of the Primary Therapist include the following: complete diagnostic assessments and mental status examinations and work with staff to translate this information into practical, multidisciplinary treatment plans; ensure utilization of clinical best practices, including individual/group and family therapy and agency-wide use of these practices; ensure productivity levels are met in accordance with Brookhaven's policies and procedures; provide on-site liaison for psychiatrists and medical staff, including regularly apprising them of clinical status of residents; refer clients for psychiatric evaluation/medical evaluation in a timely manner, assuring that urgent/emergent concerns are managed in concert with agency policies and procedures; complete high quality, timely charting according to agency policies and procedures; complete high quality, timely treatment plans according to agency policies and procedures; collaborate with administrative and clinical staff to assure effectiveness of interventions provided to clientele; collaborate with families, outside treaters, and others to assure their integration into the treatment planning process, as indicated; be fully involved in program evaluation efforts, including utilization of such data in day-to-day practice; assure level of care is appropriate and arrange for transfer to alternative levels of care at the discretion of clinical/medical director; assure regular focus on disposition/discharge planning, including specific recommendations designed to meet the mental health and substance abuse needs of clientele; provide and aid in providing clinical coverage as requested by supervisor; attend in-service meetings and conferences as assigned; be actively involved in all accreditation licensure related surveys/visits; communicate actively with supervisor regarding any/all high-risk events, and other concerns highlighted by Clinical/Medical Director; attend supervision and/or staff meetings with supervisor on a regular basis, as scheduled; be knowledgeable of program policies and procedures and professional code of ethics/standards of care related to position and care of clients in the program; provide clinical leadership to non-clinical and/or administrative staff in relation to day to day care of clients.
This position requires a Master of Science in Social Work; Tennessee licensure as a LMSW; and three (3) years of experience in a co-occurring/psychiatric setting utilizing both psychotherapy and recreational therapy techniques. Experience may precede Master's degree and must include: comprehensive assessments and crisis intervention in residential settings; various psychotherapies such as CBT, DBT, motivational interviewing and psychodynamic therapy; psycho-education therapy involving recreational therapy techniques; day-to-day clinical application of evidence-based practices for treating women with substance abuse/co-occurring disorders; working knowledge of DSM-IV TR.
Please mail resumes to:
ATTN: A. Massaglia, HR; Brookhaven Retreat
1016 I.C. King Road
Seymour , TN 37865
Reference job code: 121
Advanced Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Job Type Full Time
Schedule 3 - 5 days per week (5 days preferred)
The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is responsible for providing direct patient care including diagnostic, preventive, educational and therapeutic mental health services to female adults only.
The position provides professional expertise and participates in administration of a variety of therapeutic and training programs; also responsible for monitoring client services, ensuring services meet the needs of clients, and are being provided in accordance with best care practices, facility standards, organization guidelines, legal requirements and federal and state law.
Brookhaven Retreat is a women's only, co-occurring facility located in Seymour, TN. If you seek fulfillment within your job, Brookhaven is the place for you.
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Benefits: 100% Paid benefits for employee, spouse, and children (medical, dental, vision, long and short term disability, voluntary life)
Pay: CompetitiveApply Now
Job Type Full Time
Schedule M-F, 8am - 5pm
The Program Director is responsible for performing a wide variety of patient care activities as directed by the Clinical Director and Chief Manager. She will be responsible for providing group, individual, and family therapy as needed to women residing at Brookhaven Retreat. This is a 90-day residential treatment program for women only.
This dynamic, contemporary, multi modality program helps women to rebuild their core definition which truly brings about long term social change.
- LCSW with at least 5 years experience required.
- Experience with women who have co-occurring disorders preferred.
- Licensure to practice clinical discipline in the state of Tennessee is required.
- Training and experience in comprehensive assessments and crisis intervention in residential settings is preferred.
If you desire fulfillment as part of a dynamic clinical team of dedicated professionals in a long term, committed setting, apply today!
Submit resumes to [email protected]
Pay: Competitive Pay
Benefits: 100% Paid Benefits for employee, spouse, and family offered with position after 90-day trial periodApply Now