Kiasi Retreats is an Integrated Behavioral Health Center. Kiasi Retreats believes in the brain, mind, body and spirit connection. We have a comprehensive program where you can actually make a lasting difference! We specialize in dual diagnosis using an integrated approach & offer services for mental health conditions at the outpatient level of care.
We are accepting applications from ASSOCIATE THERAPIST candidates reflective of their diversity of experience, background and/or service. Kiasi Retreats especially values employees with lived experience of mental illness and substance use disorders or both.
Our culture is progressive, collaborative and heavily reliant on a clinician's willingness to learn and grow as part of the team, with the desire to get licensed in less than 3 years. Experience working in teams and/or in an acute care setting is a plus. Experience facilitating group therapy is also a plus.
Full-time employment with benefits offered. New graduates waiting or about to get registered with the BBS are encouraged to apply.
- Registered or about to be registered with the Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) as an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist ( AMFT), Associate Social Worker (ASW) or Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC)
- Humility, Curiosity, and Strong willingness to Learn the Organisation's approach to providing care.
- Ability to function collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team
- Understanding of the basics and connection between mental health, physical health, nutrition, spiritual health and emotional health
- Experience working in a mental health setting for a healthcare organization
- Professional and/or lived experience in the substance use field
- Culturally competent to work with groups from diverse racial, educational, socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientations and gender identities
- Ability to work independently, prioritize, think critically, and problem-solve amongst peers
- Appreciation of your (personal) fears and the willingness/ability to articulate them to your peers
- Willingness to receive and give constructive redirections
- An open mind to anticipate the consequences of decisions
- Initiative and motivation to learn from your peers
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Attention to detail.