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Lead Therapist

Rogers Behavioral Health
tuition reimbursement, 401(k)
United States, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
1 Winding Drive (Show on map)
Oct 03, 2023

Lead Therapist

Patient Care
Job Location
1 Winding Drive, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Summary: The Lead Therapist collaborates and supports the management of the overall functions and personnel within the clinical services team, under the direction of operational and clinical leadership. Initiates and/or maintains positive working relationships with all peers.

Schedule: Full Time 40 hours a week; Monday - Friday between the hours of 8a-6:30pm

Job Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the management of department staff and function, promoting a team environment by example and by participating in workload completion, when necessary.
  • Participate in the orientation and training of new employees according to accurate and current job descriptions and assist in the development of a training program that incorporates job descriptions with policies and procedures.
  • Advise the clinical and operational leadership of department staff performance feedback and incorporate such feedback into the development of employee performance evaluations.
  • Participate in ROS meetings, operational team projects, and huddle.
  • Be able to facilitate a meeting to keep it on track to broader system initiatives while maintaining focus on patient care.
  • Develop a working schedule that provides consistency in coverage and potential for future recruitment.
  • Provide clinical supervision of clinical team and collaborate in the development and implementation of organized, regular supervision of staff.
  • Follow cases to provide for feedback for the improvement of the quality of care delivered by the clinical staff.
  • Implement and evaluate audits of specific staff performance to improve quality of care.
  • Lead and participate in the auditing of medical records on a daily and/or weekly basis for quality care and consistency through Clinical and Operational leadership.

Education/Training Requirements:

  • Master degree in Social Work from a graduate school of social work, fully licensed therapist in the State of practice.
  • Minimum of one (1) year of social work management experience in a health care setting.
  • Adult education and training experience required.
  • A minimum of four (4) years' experience in health care; at least two (2) years' experience in a psychiatric facility.
  • An understanding and a thorough knowledge of the following: social service administration, supervision, consultation, the community and its resources, the dynamics of human growth and behavior, therapy skills and techniques for all age groups.
  • Must pass pre-employment background and drug screen.


  • Comprehensive benefits package (medical, dental, vision, etc.) for positions of 30 hours or more per week.
  • Childcare reimbursement offered for positions of 20 hours or more per week.
  • Success Share bonus based on company goals.
  • 401k with matching contribution that is fully vested from day 1.
  • Loan relief, tuition reimbursement and scholarship opportunities.


Rogers Behavioral Health is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit provider of highly specialized psychiatric care. Rogers offers evidence-based treatment for children, teens, and adults with OCD and anxiety, addiction, depression and other mood disorders, eating disorders, trauma, and PTSD. Backed by more than a century of experience, Rogers is leading the way on measurement-based care and use of clinical outcomes. Rogers provides residential care and has three inpatient facilities located in southeastern Wisconsin. Rogers also offers outpatient services in a growing network of communities across the U.S.

The System also includes , which supports patient care, programs, and research; and , an initiative that works to eliminate the stigma of mental health challenges.

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