Lead Counselor - National Center for Wellness and Recovery
Position DetailsReq ID: req8651 Position Title: Lead Counselor - National Center for Wellness and Recovery Position Type: Staff Full-Time Position Number: GS9622 OSU Campus: Center for Health Sciences - Tulsa Department: Center for Wellness and Recovery Location Address:
1111 W. 17th St.
Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74107
United States Hiring Supervisor: Hiring Range:
(Contingent upon available funding): 0.00 - 0.00, Commensurate Work Schedule: Typically 8 hours/day, 5 days/week Faculty Appt Period: Job Summary: Job Summary:
The Lead Counselor at the NationalCenter for Wellness and Recovery is primarily responsible for leading the wayin building a wide array of counseling services to patients and familiesstruggling with addictive or compulsive behaviors and chronic pain. Workingclosely with an interdisciplinary team, the lead counselor will help developand implement evidence-based interventions and lead a growing team ofcounselors.
Typical office environment.
Ability to lift and carry 8-10 pounds, stoop, reach, stand, walk, finger,grasp, feel, talk, hear, see and perform repetitive motions with or withoutreasonable accommodations. Special Instructions to Applicants IMPORTANT!APPLICANTS PLEASE READ!
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-Be responsive, polite, and helpful
-Demonstrate care and concern
-Show appreciation and say “Thank You” Presentation is:-Be professional
-Have a clean and neat appearance
-Maintain a clean and organized work area
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-Organize and prioritize your work
-Be available and respect others’ time
-Be innovative Education & Experience Position Qualifications: Required:
-Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, marriage and family therapy, social work, or closely related mental health field required. Doctoral level preferred.
-Minimum of 2 years' experience in counseling or mental health setting
-Licensed or license-eligible as professional counselor, social worker, or marriage and family therapist.
-Experience facilitating individual counseling with clients is required.
-Experience facilitating group therapy
-PhD or PsyD preferred
-Addiction treatment experience
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