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Child And Adolescent Therapist Sign On Bonus - Park Nicollet

Company: Park Nicollet
Location: Minnesota City
Posted on: January 15, 2022

Job Description:

Child And Adolescent Therapist Sign On Bonus-Park NicolletWe have 2 exciting opportunities to join the Park Nicollet Behavioral Health department as a Child and Adolescent Therapist at our St. Louis Park and Burnsville clinic locations. *_SIGN ON BONUS!_**_LOAN FORGIVENESS POTENTIAL! _* This role will assess, diagnose and treat a broad age range of children and adolescents with difficulties relating to:
* Disruptive behavior disorders
* Anxiety
* Mood disorders
* Learning disorders
* Developmental concerns *This role will include psychological testing The Park Nicollet Behavioral Health team values training in and a commitment to evidence based care. Because of this we facilitate partnering with other behavioral health professionals, as well as primary care colleagues, in order to provide clients with the best and most comprehensive care possible. You are a fit if you are licensed in MN (or eligible to be licensed in MN) at a Doctoral level (Ph.D., Ed.D or Psy.D.) OR are a Masters Level Therapists (LICSW, LPCC and LMFT) and have a passion for working with this population. Why join Park Nicollet?
* Competitive salary
* $5K Sign-on bonus
* Qualifying employer for Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (as applicable)* Generous benefits including: 401(K) matching, health/dental/disability insurance, paid time off, parental leave, professional development assistance, flexible spending accounts, tuition reimbursement
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Keywords: Park Nicollet, Rochester , Child And Adolescent Therapist Sign On Bonus - Park Nicollet, Healthcare , Minnesota City, Minnesota

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