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OUR BENEFITS (30+ hours per week)

  • Competitive Compensation
  • Health Benefits
  • 401(k) Plan
  • Paid Time Off
  • Home & Auto Insurance Discount (Liberty Mutual)
  • Electronic Health Record (EHR)
  • Strong Team Environment
  • Clinical Supervision
  • Training and Development Opportunities
  • ...and more!

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Mobile Therapist - Capital Region


Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States

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*MUST HAVE MASTER'S DEGREE - Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, Education, or similar Human Services field.

This position will services cases in Dauphin County, Perry County, or Cumberland County!!!

The Mobile Therapist is responsible for the provision of individual and family therapy sessions for consumers assigned to each caseload. The Mobile Therapist also ensures completion of required clinical documentation related to individual caseloads in a timely manner.


-Demonstrates proficiency with assessment skills by completing psychosocial assessments at in-take and in on-going intervals as outlined by program requirements; completing standardized assessments and/or outcome based measures.

-Developments individualized treatment plans by adhering to applicable county, state and federal standard regulations when developing individualized treatment plans for consumers

-Provision of therapy to consumers in individually recommended setting by providing therapy in recommended setting by adhering to recommendations outlined in individual consumer treatment plans

-Provision of treatment of the whole person by providing service in collaboration with all team members involved with the consumer, and with the understanding that treatment of the whole person is crucial

-Evaluates individualized consumer-drive treatment plan reviews by completing on-going evaluation of efficacy of treatment evaluations, via development of treatment plan reviews

-Develops transition and discharge planning by evaluating recovery and progress through treatment goals, symptomology

-Completes all required clinical documentation By completing progress notes per service, including necessary signatures, discharge summaries, incident reports, treatment reviews via electronic health record system

-Responds to emergency/crisis situations with team members and consumers By committing to ensuring the safety of the consumer, and the proper utilization of de-escalation skills, when needed

-Maintains assigned, planned schedule By following program guidelines to ensure regular service provision and maintenance of caseload, per agreement with program supervisor

-Maintains a commitment to professional development By participating in on-going supervision, training, and department and team meetings, as outlined by policies and procedures

-Adheres to professional and ethical interaction policies and procedures By interacting professionally, ethically, and respectfully with consumers, other team members – including family members, and co-workers, at all times; following policy and procedure and maintaining appropriate professional boundaries

-Supports on-going and future business needs By completing other duties, as assigned, to effectively support business priorities and processes


Directly interacts with consumers and impacts overall wellness and mental health based on effectiveness of implemented clinical modalities; directly impacts the customer service experience and continued business relationship of those parties.


EDUCATION Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, Education, or similar human services field

EXPERIENCE At least 1 year of experience with either a CASSP service system, or employed by a licensed mental health services agency, or subcontracted agency, or other master’s level mental health clinicians with documents training in the field of behavioral modification techniques

COMPETENCIES Must be proficient in use of electronic health record system; must be proficient in completion of psychosocial assessments; must be able to make sound decisions to support consumers in a calm and timely manner; must be able to utilize a variety of therapeutic modalities based upon consumer needs, and react quickly to prevent consumer injury or injury to another due to consumer behavior


WORK LOCATION Home, school, community setting, or outpatient clinic – as outlined in individual consumer treatment plan

TRAVEL Up to 100% of travel between appointment sites or other locations – as outlined in program requirements

PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

May be required to remain in a stationary position 50% of the time

?May be required to occasionally move about inside a home, school, community, clinic, or program office environment to provide services to consumers, support employees and team members, or access office resources and machinery

May be required to operate a computer and other office productivity machinery (i.e.: iPad, copier, printer)

May be required to occasionally ascend/descend stairs to provide services to consumers, support employees and team members, or access office resources and machinery

May be required to position self in appropriate physical proximity to provide services to consumer, support employees and team members, or access office resources and machinery

May be required to frequently communicate with consumers, employees and team members, or external sources in a way that support’s the company mission and enhances delivery and quality of services

May be required to recognize and determine data and information pertinent to essential job functions

May be required to frequently transport resources and materials required to provide quality services

May be exposed to a variety of work settings, including home, school, community, clinic, and program office environments