Mental Health Therapist - Chil

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Children in our community are hurting. This is not a new observation. It was true prior to the pandemic, with significant percentages of children in the Lancaster Community reporting poor mental health days and documented behavioral challenges. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the difficulties facing children and families did not go away. Rather the needs and the challenges facing kids and their families increased, intensified, and became even more complex. Our children are struggling. Our families are hurting. The path forward is not to be found in a traditional approach to children's behavioral health. We cannot hope to "fix" the child and ignore the world around them. Sometimes a lasting and promising path forward is hard to see. Collectively we often settle for a quick fix and temporary relief from our pain, disappointment, and frustrations. As children's behavioral and mental health professionals, we mistakenly embrace the idea that working with a child in isolation can "fix" the problem. In reality, this single focused approach often creates a troubling and infuriating pattern for the children and families we serve, and a frustrating work experience for Mental Health Therapists and professionals who strive to help children thrive. At CHI St. Joseph Children's Health, we do not believe that children's behavioral and mental health services have to exist in this way. We believe that children's behavioral health, and our ability to unleash the brilliant potential of the children we serve, requires us recognizing, working with, and strengthening the individuals, family, and systems with whom the child engages. We do this while also helping the child gain the skills necessary to fully engage life and the world around them. As part of our treatment philosophy, our therapists work with teams of professionals, both within CHI St. Joseph Children's Health and throughout the community, as well as with the individuals most important to the children we serve. We embrace this comprehensive family-focused approach because we believe that through such collaboration together anything, and everything, is possible. CHI St. Joseph Children's Health is currently seeking qualified candidates for Therapist positions in our behavioral health program.
Children in our community are hurting. This is not a new observation. It was true prior to the pandemic, with significant percentages of children in the Lancaster Community reporting poor mental health days and documented behavioral challenges. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the difficulties facing children and families did not go away. Rather the needs and the challenges facing kids and their families increased, intensified, and became even more complex. Our children are struggling. Our families are hurting. The path forward is not to be found in a traditional approach to children's behavioral health. We cannot hope to "fix" the child and ignore the world around them. Sometimes a lasting and promising path forward is hard to see. Collectively we often settle for a quick fix and temporary relief from our pain, disappointment, and frustrations. As children's behavioral and mental health professionals, we mistakenly embrace the idea that working with a child in isolation can "fix" the problem. In reality, this single focused approach often creates a troubling and infuriating pattern for the children and families we serve, and a frustrating work experience for Mental Health Therapists and professionals who strive to help children thrive. At CHI St. Joseph Children's Health, we do not believe that children's behavioral and mental health services have to exist in this way. We believe that children's behavioral health, and our ability to unleash the brilliant potential of the children we serve, requires us recognizing, working with, and strengthening the individuals, family, and systems with whom the child engages. We do this while also helping the child gain the skills necessary to fully engage life and the world around them. As part of our treatment philosophy, our therapists work with teams of professionals, both within CHI St. Joseph Children's Health and throughout the community, as well as with the individuals most important to the children we serve. We embrace this comprehensive family-focused approach because we believe that through such collaboration together anything, and everything, is possible. CHI St. Joseph Children's Health is currently seeking qualified candidates for Therapist positions in our behavioral health program.
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