Goodale School is reshaping the landscape of recovery for young people. We are looking for a therapist to join our clinical team and help support this exciting vision.
Help maintain a standard of excellence in the therapeutic and 12-step facilitation components of the program.
Assess, plan, and implement clinical treatment for a caseload of up to 8 students.
Conduct weekly individual and group therapy sessions and periodic family therapy sessions.
Provide weekly family support calls.
In collaboration with other members of the student’s team, develop and regularly update the student’s Integrated Recovery Plan.
Maintain timely and accurate documentation of clinical activities in BestNotes.
Support the Clinical Director in facilitating the family program (e.g., webinars).
Participate as needed in quarterly family weekends.
Maintain regular communication with referral sources.
Participate in professional growth activities to stay abreast of job-related research and best practices, as well as to maintain all required licenses/certifications.
Minimum Qualifications:
Master’s Degree in Psychology, Clinical Social Work, or Counseling Psychology
Licensure and/or advanced certification in Substance Abuse Treatment
Licensed in North Carolina to practice in the mental health and addiction treatment field (will consider applicants practicing as Licensed Associates under supervision)
A minimum of 2 years working with adolescents and/or treating addiction (or relevant work, internship, or practicum in the allied health professions)
Ability to work as part of treatment team
Fluency with BestNotes
Valid CPR/First Aid certification

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Mary Flora, Clinical Director.

The Goodale School team is happy to speak with you to determine if our program is the right fit for your son or client. For information, please contact our Admissions Team at (828) 220-0040 or email [email protected].

75 Zillicoa St, Asheville, NC 28801
The Goodale School is affiliated with Monarch, a leading statewide provider of services to thousands of people with mental illness, substance use disorders and intellectual and developmental disabilities in North Carolina. The organization is nationally accredited by The Joint Commission.
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