The clinical therapist is a fully licensed, revenue generating practitioner, responsible for providing psychological treatment and coordination of care throughout the continuum of treatment for patients in the Suicide Prevention and Resilience Intensive Outpatient Program (SPARC) at Children’s Health. As part of the SPARC treatment, the Clinical Therapist is responsible for conducting an initial evaluation and assessment, conducting individual and family therapy weekly, facilitating teen group therapy, multi-family group therapy, and parent education groups, and providing after hours crisis intervention support. The Clinical Therapist also provides coordination of care with outpatient providers prior to SPARC discharge and also conducts one and six month follow-up calls post discharge as preventative measures. The position supports the multidisciplinary SPARC team during patient crises and coordinates transfer to higher level of care when needed.
Education, Certification, Experience
and comfortable environment for our patients and their families. It's also fun for us. When I worked in general pediatrics, I enjoyed playing with my patients in the game rooms or participating in special events. I love the lively atmosphere we create.