About Center for Discovery
Center For Discovery has a 20 year legacy of success in transforming lives. We are a national leader in behavioral health and have a passion for bringing healing and hope to our clients and families. Discovery offers world-class residential and outpatient eating disorder, mental health, and substance abuse treatment for adolescents, adults, and their families. We place a high priority on providing an environment where our clients and their families are treated like people, with unlimited capacity for learning, healing and growth. We seek qualified individuals who share our passion and want to learn the ‘Discovery way’ in providing the very best care to individuals and families.
At Center For Discovery you will have the opportunity to work closely with a tight-knit team of professionals with the common goal of transforming lives. Treatment occurs in a beautiful, estate-style home which makes for a unique, comfortable, and modern work environment.
Additional benefits include but are not limited to:
• Working with a team that is made up of eating disorder and mental health experts
• An individualized growth plan which will help you develop your professional skills and career goals.
• Family-style meals provided
• Fun team building exercises and activities
• A modern, home-like office space
This position is in a residential mental health and substance abuse treatment facility for adolescents with comprehensive family program and family support. The facility is a homelike setting in a residential neighborhood (view our website for a virtual tour). Treatment in this setting allows our residents to feel more comfortable in familiar surroundings and provides greater transferability and internalization of the treatment experience to life after treatment.
In our small, intimate settings we treat a maximum of eight clients at a time to optimize individualization for clients and families maintain an intimate setting and a high staff to client ratio.
We are looking to fill a regular on-call position and a Overnight on-call position, fewer hours than part time. You get your schedule a couple of weeks before hand, not the day of. Specific schedule to be determined during the second interview. Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (ie - CADC I/II, CAADE, CCAPP) required*
Counselor II title is for an individual who has a deeper understanding of eating disorders and the Discovery way than a Counselor I. A Counselor II is responsible for assisting and supporting residents through the entire treatment experience from admission through discharge. As a Counselor II, you would be working face to face with our clients daily and responsible to:
1. Contribute insightful, practical, and meaningful information about the clients’ behavior, mood and progress to the treatment planning process;
2. Role model appropriate and supportive behavior based on your training;
3. Support the clients in their journey to a more productive life.
The Counseling team is available to the residents on a twenty-four-hour basis. Counselors are often the clients’ major support and as such derive satisfaction from making a powerful difference in the clients’ treatment. Counselors manage crisis situations such as food refusal, emotional breakdowns, and more.
As a Counselor you are empowered to be creative in your role. Your strengths, skills and passions can be integrated into your time with the clients (ex: yoga talent, art, hobbies you have). Center for Discovery is open to new ideas from our team mates and bringing in innovative ways of connecting to clients.