Associate Therapist, Adolescent Day Treatment



TITLE: Associate Therapist, Adolescent Day Treatment

RESPONSIBLE TO: Clinical Director

WORK AREA: Day treatment clinic, in person.


SALARY: $60,000-$70,000 annually

SUMMARY: PATH Behavioral Healthcare’s adolescent day treatment program is

looking for a new associate level clinician to join our team! We work with at risk

youth dealing with a verity of struggles in both Day treatment (9am-3pm) and IOP

(4pm-6pm) settings. This position would include working directly with adolescents

ages 12-17 in individual and group settings, as well as with their families and care

givers. This is a highly collaborative position that includes managing your own case

load while working with a diverse staff of clinicians, med providers, and behavior

managers. We offer supervision, training, clinical meetings, and weekly burnout

support meetings.

If you are passionate about working with teens as they work through some of life’s

most difficult challenges and enjoy working in a diverse environment with a diverse

team then this is a great fit for you!

PATH Behavioral Health, an expanding force in the realm of behavioral health, is on

the lookout for outstanding individuals to join our organization. We're at the heart of

delivering mental health services to Salt Lake City and its surrounding communities.

Come join our team and make a difference today!


1. Support the ongoing therapeutic progress of the adolescent clients in

treatment as well as their families.

2. Manage a client caseload of 5-8 individual clients as well as group therapy

for groups of up to 12 clients.

3. Provide clinical counseling, diagnostic interviews, assessments, and

preparation and delivery of treatment plans to children, adolescent, and

adult patients.

4. Provide evidence-based individual, group, and family therapy for clients in a

supportive, stigma-free environment.

5. Collaborate closely with our multidisciplinary care team to develop

customized treatment plans and ensure holistic care for clients.

6. Engage in ongoing professional development to stay at the forefront of best

practices and emerging trends in mental health care.

7. Champion mental health awareness and equitable access to care within the


8. Commit to being respectful of cultural diversity, religious and personal

values and traditions of clients and their families in alignment with

company mission.


Education: Candidate must have a Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health or Social


Licensure: Candidates must possess one of the following licenses: CSW or ACMHC

Experience/Skills: Candidates must have an active Utah license to practice.

Additional experience is a plus.

Physical Effort: Requires the ability to work under stressful conditions and to work

irregular hours. Requires sitting for extended periods of time, viewing computer

monitors, and keyboarding.

Communication Skills: Candidates must possess excellent verbal and written

communication skills in order to communicate professionally via telephone and in

writing. Strong grammar and writing skills are crucial for clear and concise

communication with clients, colleagues, and other healthcare professionals.

Essential Technical/Motor Skills: Candidates must achieve competency in the

Electronic Health Record (EHR) program, telemedicine services, and any additional

software programs utilized by the company, ensuring efficient access and updating of

client information. The role requires fine dexterity, adept handling, and proficient

gripping abilities to perform various tasks.

Background: The candidate must pass all federal and state background checks, and

their educational and work history will be confirmed incompliance with company



· Medical

· Dental

· Vision


· Supervision

· Employer paid Life insurance of $10,000

· Voluntary Life insurance

· Short Term and Long-Term Disability

· EAP (Employer Assistance Program)

· Paid Time Off (PTO