Job Details

Mental Health Therapist – Counterpoint Outpatient

Morrison Child and Family Services, Portland, Oregon

Part Time - Non-Profit

Salary Range: $21.38 – $25.49

Close Date: 12/01/2020

****During the pandemic this position will provide services via telehealth

Do you describe yourself as outgoing and a natural leader? Do you find it rewarding to work in a challenging field with a close team of committed professionals? Are you a mental health professional seeking to make a difference in your community?

If so, we urge you to apply to our well established and statewide recognized Counterpoint Outpatient program. You’ll have the opportunity to be mentored by Scott Brown, LCSW, CCSOT, a seasoned professional with 25 years experience in the field. He is a leader in the provision of services for youth with problematic sexual behavior. Scott is a Board member of Oregon Adolescent Sex Offending Treatment Network (OASOTN) and Oregon State Sex Offense Treatment Board (SOTB)

About the Program:
Our Counterpoint Outpatient program provides specialized services for youth with problematic sexual behavior and their families. Modalities incorporated include individual, family and peer group therapy, as well as multi-family treatment group therapy. Intensive case management, and psychiatric services are also provided. Our program provides comprehensive quality care including long term relational therapy providing services to each child for up to 18 months.

The Counterpoint program provides personalized services for youth of all ages.

4 ½ – 12 years: Young kids and latency age youth – In this cohort our highly qualified staff focus treatment services on working with sexually reactive children in the context of their family. Therapists provide weekly individual and family sessions for child, parents and guardians developing skills effective at reducing problematic behaviors in a safe and professionally supportive environment.

13 – 18 years: Adolescent age boys and girls – Our mental health professionals tailor treatment plans which aim to teach youth skills to prevent sexual behavior problems and work through existing trauma issues, while helping them learn to accept responsibility for their actions.

18-21 years: Young adults referred by Oregon Youth Authority – Staff provide personalized mental health services to youth coming out of day treatment, residential and correctional settings. These services support youth to reintegrate into supportive community settings in safe and productive ways.

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