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Clinical Art Therapist (Brooklyn, NY)

THIS IS A PAID POSITION! The Clinical Art Therapist delivers quality mental health services and programming associated with family violence to all residents and children, as well as provides direct clinical services to children and their families.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in art therapy, registered with the America Art Therapy Associate (ATR) and at least 3 years of clinical experience with at least 1 year working with traumatized children, adults and families.

Supervisory experience preferred. Ability to manage a team, excellent clinical skills and strong interpersonal skills.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Work with children and parents, in groups, individually, and family sessions to address psychological and emotional consequences of family violence.

Complete family intake with all residents to determine services needed. 2. Works with case managers, other childcare staff and recreation staff to ensure coordinated delivery of services to families. 3. Supervise childcare and recreation staff to ensure quality services are provided. 4.

Conduct staff meetings and ensures that staff are provided with training on clinical issues. 5. Develop art therapy internship program, supervise intern by teaching, coaching, monitoring and evaluating educational and clinical interventions. 6. Participate in bi-weekly clinical meetings and weekly intake meetings. 7.

Develop and update resource book by building contacts with the community to ensure that all resources met Volunteers of America standards of quality. 8. Develop and implement current assessment tools for families and children that will serve to measure progress and produce outcomes. 9. Perform other related duties as assigned.

CLOSING STATEMENT: Make a living by making a difference. Apply online today! Volunteers of America is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Title: Clinical Art Therapist (Brooklyn, NY) ID: NHS661 Job ID: NHS661 Program Name: New Hope Shelter Location: Brooklyn, NY



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Expressive Art Therapist

Job Overview The Expressive Arts Therapist within his/her area of specialization provides groups and individual interventions within a clinical focus for the inpatient and outpatient programs under the direction of the department supervisor. Provides 1:1 expressive arts therapy assessments to the inpatient units and assess patients during groups.

Writes progress notes and participates in interdisciplinary treatment plan meetings and represents specific specialization, as well as, the Department as a whole within the clinical program. Provides direct treatment that is therapeutically effective and promotes safety and welfare.Essential Functions Clinical Care:Incorporates recovery model concepts into daily department activities. Informs the supervisor informed about status of department activities, safety issues, and changes.

Demonstrates recovery model oriented of care in interactions with patients and in expressive arts therapeutic groups. Demonstrates competency in performing the expressive arts therapy assessments and an ongoing assessment of level of functioning and safety status during groups. Participates in treatment plan meetings and shares treatment plan updates with treatment team, signs the individualized treatment plans and updates in a timely manner.

Provides care via group activities, 1:1’s and communicates effectively with team members to reach desire outcomes. Documentation is objective, descriptive and compliant with policies and procedures. Demonstrates knowledge of the principles, practices, and techniques of the expressive arts therapies and a variety of treatment modalities.

Provides 1:1 expressive arts therapy to patients in need to additional intervention. Patients are referred by the treatment team or identified by the expressive arts therapists to support positive outcomes. Creates an emotional and physical space where patients feel safe in taking risks as they express themselves through the use of the different symbolic languages that promotes expression of feelings, body awareness, increased sense of self and self-reorganization.

Demonstrates ability to adapt assessment and intervention skills according to patient’s age and functioning level Keeps focus on patients’ materials brought to sessions, and documents patients’ participation: Demonstrates knowledge of group dynamics and group interaction Demonstrates skill in group facilitation, instigates hope, empowers patients in accessing their strengths and capacities and prompting group to work with each other Maintains leadership in all assigned groups and activities

Therapeutic Boundaries and ProfessionalismAdheres to and supports the “Therapeutic Relation and Ethical Conduct” policy. Demonstrates responsibility and accountability for own behavior and maintains appropriate boundaries with patients and peers.

Exhibits positive and professional attitude toward patients, peers and supervisors. Remains calm, positive and constructive when working with difficult issues, difficult people and/or change. Utilizes departmental chain of command to solve problems, make suggestions and air grievances or complaints.

Maintains strict patient confidentiality. Reports any realized Privacy Breach immediately to Department Director Actively participates in clinical supervision.Daily OrganizationOrganizes daily patients’ assessment list for expressive arts therapists to interview patients. Participates in daily hospital meetings, huddle meetings.

Organizes the materials that will be used in groups and after groups. Maintains inventory controls of all equipment and sharps utilized within specific job. Properly structures time for the different activities of the day- groups, progress notes, staff interactions, care of equipment.

Checks status of patients for safety purpose with unit/programs staff before providing groups. Gives feedback about patients to staff after groups when necessary. Writes progress notes of patients who participated in expressive arts therapy groups.

Educates peers and patients about expressive arts therapy in facility setting. Reaches out and provides support to hospital staff.Department Organization Purchases materials on quarterly basis for the department and for the units. Prepares Holiday and special events.

Assists in screening of and orientation of volunteer to JMBHC policies/ procedures and programs. Supports community outreach by receiving OT and RT students. Organizes personal time for in house hospital trainings, meetings and/or events.Standards of Professional Performance.

Practice Evaluation – Evaluates own practice in relation to standards, statutes, and regulations. Compliant with policies and procedures, laws, regulatory and accrediting standards, including TJC, CDPH, and BRN. Engages in self-evaluation, identifies strengths, opportunities for improvement, sets and achieves realistic goals.

Is open & receptive to feedback from peers and supervisors. Participates in peer review, provides colleagues with formal or informal constructive feedback.Ethical Practice and Privacy Integrates ethical principles in all practice and behaviors in the workplace and with patients. Maintains awareness of regulatory requirements applicable to role and environment and adheres to standards and facility practices.

Complies with policies and procedures. Complies with the National and CA Chapters of the Ethical Standards of the specific Expressive Arts Therapy Department specialties (AATA, DMTA, NADTA, AMTA, and ATRA) and state laws pertaining to the delivery of mental health and substance abuse services. Demonstrates ethical integrity necessary for assuming professional responsibilities.Work Rules and PracticesWorks within the framework of John Muir Health and department policies and procedures.

Adheres to John Muir Health and department policies and procedures regarding sick time, attendance, rest and meal breaks, standards of professional appearance, and safety. Bachelor degree as specified by training requirements in area of specialization Previous one year of experience in an acute inpatient psychiatric facility. Experience in chemical dependency setting with a clinical orientation Currently credentialed with appropriate professional organization.

BLS John Muir Health is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit health care organization. It includes John Muir Medical Center, Walnut Creek (554-bed acute care facility) , which serves as Contra Costa County's only designated trauma center and John Muir Medical Center, Concord (245-bed acute care facility).Together, they are recognized as top centers for neurosciences, orthopedics, cancer care, cardiovascular care and high-risk obstetrics. Other areas of specialty include general surgery, robotic surgery, weight-loss surgery, rehabilitation and critical care.

John Muir Health also offers complete inpatient and outpatient behavioral health programs and services at our Behavioral Health Center (73-bed fully accredited psychiatric hospital) located in Concord. In addition, John Muir Health provides a number of primary care and outpatient services throughout the community and urgent care centers in Brentwood, Concord, San Ramon and Walnut Creek. John Muir Health is a collaborative, patient-centered health care environment; listening, explaining and working together as a team, to help patients achieve their optimal health.

We recognize those who exemplify excellence, and reward them for contributing to our collective success. From individual to department to spontaneous recognition, Employee Suggestion Program rewards, Employee Success Sharing Program, and many more, we find unique ways to thank our employees for the outstanding efforts they make every day. Competitive salary and benefit package available.

All hospitals are accredited by The Joint Commission, a national surveyor of quality patient care.

John Muir Health is an equal opportunity employer..



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Art Therapist

Summary:  

Center for Family Services is seeking experienced and dedicated Art Therapist.  The Art Therapist provides art specific counseling to adolescents, completes notes detailing therapy sessions, interprets and relates work to treatment plans, and assists in the education of youth through the expression of art.   This individual provides a variety of direct counseling services using individual, family, and group methods and utilizes a full range of treatment and intervention skills and techniques with an emphasis on crisis intervention and family therapy.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The Art Therapist assesses clients and provides counseling services. This individual completes documentation and other reporting requirements on a timely basis, contributes on Agency committees, and meets regularly with a supervisor.  The Art Therapist formulates and implements treatment plans based on the preparation of diagnostic evaluations and evaluates client’s progress and modifies counseling services accordingly.  This individual maintains a high volume of work with efficiency, balances a wide range of cases, and coordinates plans with homeschools.  The Art Therapist leads a treatment team consisting of Senior and Residential Counseling,  Education and consulting staff, interprets the program to community groups, and represents the Agency in selected activities related to its goals.

Job Requirements

LCSW, LPC or equivalent certification, if applicable

Master’s Art

Must have experience in family therapy, and at least three years’ experience with adolescents

Excellent driving skills and current driver's license with a driving record of at least three years

Vehicle with current insurance and registration

Must pass medical, criminal, motor vehicle and background check

All positions require pre-employment drug screening and criminal record checks. Many positions require motor vehicle record evaluations and medical clearances.

Center for Family Services is an equal opportunity employer offering competitive salaries and excellent benefits packages. For more information, please visit our website at www.centerffs.org.

All interested applicants should e-mail or fax a cover letter, indicating desired position and salary requirements, along with resume.

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Art Therapist

Position Summary:Facilitates art therapy groups and individual art therapy sessions. This position is a casual role, so the hours are variable each week. We are flexible in regard to scheduling.Duties and Responsibilities:• Facilitates therapeutic process through art and creative expression by using art therapy techniques• Plans, designs, and facilitates experiential activities within the group• May facilitate non-art therapy groups and participate in therapeutic meals as appropriate• Participates in case consultation• Maintains clinical records in compliance with The Emily Program policies and regulatory standards• Maintains and enhances knowledge of current clinical practice, strategies, and developments through participation in his or her professional organization; attending related seminars, workshops, and conferences; and reviewing the literature.• Ensures compliance to Program policies, external regulatory standards and payer requirements.• Collaborates with the Emily Program staff and community professionals including physicians, medical personnel, therapists, social workers, dietitians, and community agencies in coordinating client care services and maintaining continuity of care• Prepares and submits accurate, timely billing records as per Program requirements• Attends regular staff meetings• Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:• Master’s degree in Art Therapy from an AATA accredited program or Master’s degree with emphasis in Art Therapy required• Current art therapy registration (ATR, ATR-BC, or ATCS) required• Art Therapy experience preferred• Current Basic Life Support certification required (American Heart Association) within 30 days from date of hire.Competencies:• Exhibits passion for our clients, values, and organization• Works independently and very proactively with minimal direction/supervision• Participates in maintaining a supportive and healthy work environment• Considers fiscal and budgetary implications in decision making regarding practice• Engages in self-evaluation process, seeking feedback regarding own practice, from clients, peers, professional colleagues and others

Workplace Environment:• Standing 50-60% and Sitting 40-50%• Bending, twisting, kneeling, stooping or crouching when appropriate, on occasion.• Lift, carry, push or pull up to approx. 40 pounds (supplies, etc.)

Company Description:

The Emily Program is a leader in evidence-based eating disorder treatment that combines a compassionate, personalized approach with proven, leading-edge methods. We are deeply committed to the clients we serve and are passionate about developing and delivering recovery methods that truly change lives.

Our team members enjoy the opportunity for professional and personal growth while working with world-renowned eating disorder experts to deliver individualized care, advocate for social change, and develop innovative treatments.

The Emily Program is growing. We're always looking for exceptional people who share our passion for eating disorder care, advocacy, and innovation.


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Art Therapist

Summary:  

Center for Family Services is seeking experienced and dedicated Art Therapist.  The Art Therapist provides art specific counseling to adolescents, completes notes detailing therapy sessions, interprets and relates work to treatment plans, and assists in the education of youth through the expression of art.   This individual provides a variety of direct counseling services using individual, family, and group methods and utilizes a full range of treatment and intervention skills and techniques with an emphasis on crisis intervention and family therapy.  

Duties and
Responsibilities:

The Art Therapist assesses clients and provides counseling services. This individual completes documentation and other reporting requirements on a timely basis, contributes on Agency committees, and meets regularly with a supervisor.  The Art Therapist formulates and implements treatment plans based on the preparation of diagnostic evaluations and evaluates client’s progress and modifies counseling services accordingly.  This individual maintains a high volume of work with efficiency, balances a wide range of cases, and coordinates plans with homeschools.  The Art Therapist leads a treatment team consisting of Senior and Residential Counseling,  Education and consulting staff, interprets the program to community groups, and represents the Agency in selected activities related to its goals.


  • LCSW, LPC or equivalent certification, if applicable

  • Master’s Art

  • Must have experience in family therapy, and at least three years’ experience with adolescents

  • Excellent driving skills and current driver's license with a driving record of at least three years

  • Vehicle with current insurance and registration

  • Must pass medical, criminal, motor vehicle and background check

All positions require pre-employment drug screening and criminal record checks. Many positions require motor vehicle record evaluations and medical clearances. Center for Family Services is an equal opportunity employer offering competitive salaries and excellent benefits packages. For more information, please visit our website at www.centerffs.org.

All interested applicants should e-mail or fax a cover letter, indicating desired position and salary requirements, along with resume.

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Art Therapist

Under the direction of UCLA Operation Mend Director of Psychological Health Services (Dr. Jo Sornborger), and Medical Director (Dr.

Bruce Kagan) of Operation Mend Intensive Treatment Program, incumbent will provide trauma informed/evidence based treatment and family-centered approach to care to Operation Mend patients and families participating in the intensive treatment program. Incumbent will also provide clinical care, and support services, facilitate group art therapy sessions, as well as community education and innovative research to ITP participants.

Major job functions include: (1) assist multidisciplinary team in psychodiagnostic appraisals and facilitation of intake and assessment protocols and structured sessions with patients and their families (2) assist in organizing, structuring, and conducting individual and group intervention sessions; (3) organize, structure, and conduct group art therapy sessions; (3) assist in program development; (3) tracking and monitoring participants' participation in the intensive treatment program; (4) completing required documentation and data entry; (4) participating in multidisciplinary meetings and present relevant patient cases regarding target population; (5) conducting individual and group trauma informed interventions; (6) assisting Operation Mend clinical team in managing referrals and post treatment follow up; (7) attending training and supervision sessions; (8) attending designated Operation Mend and Health System activities.
PhD or PsyD in Psychology or related fields; MFT License Required

Specialized Training in Clinical Art Therapy from an AATA approved Master's or Doctoral Program.

Experience in the area of military, veterans, family, trauma, prevention and/or research.

Experience working successfully in a team environment. Ability to work effectively and closely with other members of the clinical and research teams.

Skill in ethical and professional behavior.

Experience delivering trauma informed behavioral interventions to clients in individual and particularly group settings.

Skill in developing rapport with individuals and families from diverse backgrounds.

Ability to administer assessment protocols.

Skill in keeping accurate and timely records.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills.

Ability to work independently and report to supervisors and leadership on a regular basis and in a timely manner.

Must have valid driver's license, auto insurance and access to an automobile.

Flexible hours some evenings and weekends.



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Art Therapist

Seeking an Art Therapist for a Residential Treatment program for Teens.

Work with teens who have various mental health issues gain mental, physical, and emotional health by incorporating art making into the patient's counseling sessions.

Use art therapy is used to treat stress, depression, low self-esteem, behavioral problems, and to resolve conflict

Requires a BA Degree in Art or a relevant subject.  Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).


  • assess the needs of the clients by listening and providing guidance;
  • work creatively with client groups in a therapeutic setting, ensuring a safe and secure environment;
  • enable clients to explore their artwork and the process they used to create it;
  • assess and understand the feelings or temperament of others;
  • constructively challenge the behaviour and attitude of your clients;
  • attend meetings and case conferences to share ideas, expertise and good practice
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    Production - Art Outsource Manager

    At an Art Museum, you are always the one succinctly describing the vision of the artists to your friends, right? You’re one of those people that--when it comes to art process--you “see the Matrix”, don’t you? Did you get that reference?
    Yeah, we know you…and we know just the job for you.
    Sucker Punch is looking for a highly motivated Art Outsource Manager to join our dev team in Seattle, Washington.  Our ideal candidate has strong visual and communication skills and a solid understanding of the art creation process from an aesthetic, pipeline, and technical standpoint.  The Art Outsource Manager will be the link between the development team and our external partners, implement and manage the art outsource infrastructure and practices and lead on creating an art outsource strategy that ensures continuity of vision and quality across all character and environment art assets with external vendors. 
    Responsibilities

    • Collaborating with the art leads to understand and communicate the visual goals of the project externally and maintain consistency of this vision with outside vendors and teams
    • Collaborate with the production team and art leads in the creation and overall management of external art schedules and resource plans
    • Tracking and providing specific visual feedback on all assets throughout the stages of production to completion
    • Create and implement the art production pipeline between internal and external productions and enforcing the process throughout the project cycle
    • Evaluate external parties for viability and quality and making recommendations on choice of external vendor
    Requirements
    • Portfolio or reel demonstrating the basic capability to make solid art choices
    • At least 3+ years prior game industry experience in an art outsource manager, art director or lead artist role
    • Understands game production design process and methodology and has been through numerous cycles in a leadership capacity
    • Effective communication with peers, art staff, and senior management 
    • Previous experience with outsourcing, managing external vendors or teams, and directing others through written communication
    Pluses
    • Experience doing finishing work on models and textures and implementing approved assets into the game engine

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    Fine Art Shipping Associate

    Do you have shipping experience and a keen attention to detail? Then set your sights on a career in our fast-paced environment. Heritage Auctions is 3rd largest auction house in the world and our auction categories include coinssportscomicshistoricalmodern & contemporary artillustration artdecorative artsentertainment and music… and many more
    SUMMARY: Responsible for all tasks related to accurately packing and shipping items in a fast-paced environment.
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Assess packaging needs adequately for delicate items
    • Receive, deliver, and pick-up local and long distance consignments
    • Assist loading and unloading items
    • Prepare setup and break down for previews and auctions
    • Maintain and organize supply and garage
    • Build custom crates and other custom packaging.
    • Other duties may be assigned
    EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
    • High school diploma required
    • Minimum 1 year of shipping experience in an office and packaging environment (not warehouse)
    • Basic understanding of estimating for small package and LTL shipments.
    • To perform this job successfully, the individual must be able to repeatedly lift 40 to 70 pounds for approximately 8 hours on a daily basis
    • Proficiency in Microsoft applications and basic knowledge of computer skills
    • Must be highly detail-oriented
    CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSES, & REGISTRATIONS: Valid Driver’s License.
    WORK ENVIRONMENT: Individual must be able to work in a fast-paced team environment; hours are 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM; work extended hours nights and weekends due to overnight travel, if necessary.
    We are a non-smoking company and also require that all applicants submit to a drug screen and background check. 
    Heritage Auctions welcomes and encourages applications from women, minorities, veterans, mature workers and persons with disabilities. EOE

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    Digital Art Director (South Carolina)

    Amazing opportunity in South Carolina for a Digital Art Director!
    Great agency with a cool vibe working with a range clients.
    You need to be a thinker and a "doer".
    You'll be responsible for:

    • developing and producing digital and creative concepts from start to finish
    • working with the team to create the finished campaigns
    • presenting to clients
    What you'll need:
    • An awesome portfolio that shows your chops
    • 5-7 years' experience in design, art direction and creative with an emphasis on digital
    • Past experience art directing photography
    • Passion for what you do and staying relevant and knowledgeable about technology and trends
    Please include your portfolio link with your application!

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