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Oxford Treatment Center is continuing to grow as more people seek our help in overcoming drug or alcohol addiction. Why work with us?
At Oxford Treatment Center, our interdisciplinary treatment team includes three types of therapists. View job descriptions and requirements by clicking on each link below.
Therapists based at our main campus work with patients in our residential treatment program. Each therapist is a part a dedicated treatment team: Either for our Young Adult Program (for patients ages 18-24) or our Primary Adult Program (25 and older).
Therapists work with their assigned patients in individual sessions as well leading group therapy sessions. For each patient, the therapist is responsible for coordinating and providing individualized case management, group therapy and bio-psychosocial assessment services. Therapists develop client resources and provide vocational counseling, discharge/continuing care planning and post-discharge placement. They are also the primary point of contact between the facility and the patient’s family.
The therapist also has the primary responsibility of maintaining communication with original referral sources and other service providers as needed, as well as acting as a liaison with the UR Department on all aspects of client care.
Therapists based at our outpatient offices work with patients in our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and other outpatient treatment services. Patients may be admitted into IOP as either an entry point to recovery or as a follow-up to residential treatment.
Outpatient therapists are responsible for coordinating and providing individualized case management, group therapy and bio-psychosocial assessment services, including group and family counseling. Therapists develop client resources and provide vocational counseling, discharge/continuing care planning and placement. They should be flexible and creative in helping patients overcome whatever roadblocks they face in early recovery.
Without requiring the same level of training and responsibility as clinical therapists, counselors are an integral part of the treatment team. They counsel and aid individuals in the program, as well as supporting family members in dealing with substance abuse and recovery. Their role also includes preparing and maintaining notes, reports and case histories.
To apply for current openings, or to be considered for future openings:
Email Chip Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org for Etta positions, and Barbara Cox at email@example.com for outpatient office positions. Send your resume with your email, and let us know which position or positions you are interested in. View current staff bios here.