The mission of Canvas Health is to bring hope, healing and recovery to people’s lives.
Helping People, Changing Lives
Canvas Health employs a dynamic and diverse group of professionals that reflect the many facets of our clients and provide a wide range of services to children, adolescents, adults, and families who struggle with mental health, chemical health, and domestic and sexual abuse.
A career with Canvas Health provides an opportunity to enrich your own life alongside coworkers who share a special passion for making a real difference in the lives of others. We hold ourselves and each other accountable to the highest standards in all of our service and seek demonstrated ability to provide the highest quality of professional
and customer service.
School-Based Therapeutic Assistant Program Therapist
(0.80 FTE – Full-time during the school year; part-time in the summer)
This grant funded position will provide school linked mental health services to multiple school districts within Washington County. Position provides diagnostic assessments and therapy services to eligible students and their families. Also provides consultation/teaming with school psychologists, school social workers, teachers and multiple mental health providers. Provides case consultation, training on mental health issues and assistance to school personnel for clients in the Therapeutic Assistance Program and remain knowledgeable and current on community resources available both within the school districts and general community in which the clients reside. (Reduced-time positions are an 80% FTE position – schedule includes full-time during the school year and part-time during summer months.)
Masters or Doctorate Degree in social work, family therapy, or psychology with emphasis on clinical practice. MN state license and eligibility to become a credentialed provider with insurance entities required e.g., LP, LICSW, LMFT or license eligible within 6 months may be considered. Extensive knowledge and experience in working with severe emotional disorders in children and adults, family systems theory, individual and family development and community resources and school systems required. Considerable ability to plan and implement treatment strategies for children with SED is preferred.
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