The THRIVE Center™ For ADHD & Comprehensive Mental Health Care Of Central Maryland

 

Thrive Center Professional Opportunities

Become part of a collaborative treatment team for Heron's Gate, the struggling-to-launch young adults program of the THRIVE Center, in Columbia, Maryland.

At our growing outpatient mental health practice, clinicians utilize a treatment approach that stresses the value of relationship among patients, family members and the treating practitioners. A supportive, caring relationship is viewed as the root of healing and informs all clinical activities and communications, from diagnosis to treatment planning and review, from initial contact to on-going attention to the patients' satisfaction with care.

Join a team where your professional expertise will be valued, where humor and serious discussion blend to create effective treatments and a sense of vitality, and where high quality care thrives in an atmosphere of mutual support and respect.

We are currently seeking professionals for the following position:

BC / BE Psychiatrist

Printable VersionDear Colleagues,

I am recruiting for a BC/BE psychiatrist for The THRIVE Center in Columbia, MD, an outpatient mental health program that specializes in both ADHD/ Executive Function Disorder and in the intensive treatment of failure to launch young adults. My desire is for the psychiatrist to work in both programmatic areas while building a long-term relationship with our center.

The clinical effectiveness of both programs is rooted not only in the high level of expertise of each of our practitioners, but in their commitment and ability to work closely in a tightly coordinated treatment team. The psychiatrist shares responsibilities with other staff for conducting evaluations, creating in-depth case formulations, generating and implementing treatment plans, and reviewing those plans with colleagues on a weekly basis.

We are most interested in candidates with expertise in some or all of the following clinical areas:

  1. Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder
  2. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  3. The struggling to launch young adult population
  4. Specialization in or experience with substance and process addictions patients
  5. Experience with psychotherapy in addition to medication management
  6. Experience with intensive, wrap around outpatient programs

If the applicant is a more experienced clinician, I would be willing to discuss the possibility of medical director responsibilities in addition to the medication management duties.

Applicants should be prepared for an in-depth discussion regarding pertinent experience, long-term career goals, willingness to commit long-term to a dynamic clinical program; and to explore how their unique expertise and professional desires might shape the precise nature of the position. This conversation is in keeping with Thrive's long history of adapting job responsibilities and opportunities to meet the needs of both the individual practitioner and the organization.

I look forward to speaking with qualified candidates about what I believe is a unique opportunity for professional growth and satisfaction, including very competitive compensation.

Rick Silver, MD

For more information:
Please call Rose Cohen, PhD at 410-740-3240       Opportunities@MyThrive.net

THRIVE is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Clinical Director – Intensive Mental Health Program

Heron's Gate Clinical Director – Intensive Mental Health Program

Printable VersionTitle: Clinical Director
Reports To: Executive Director

Job Responsibilities

  1. Clinical staff recruitment, training, supervision
  2. Assessment, case formulation, treatment planning
  3. Direct clinical team meetings
  4. Case management oversight
  5. Customer relations management of complex cases
  6. Risk assessment and management
  7. Program development/ networking
  8. Clinical activities

Minimum Education And Experience Required

Masters' Degree in Psychology, Social Work, or Counseling

Preferred Knowledge And Skills

  1. Doctoral degree in Psychiatry, Psychology or Social Work
  2. Able to supervise other clinicians (must have two years of experience after gaining clinical licensure).
  3. Experience managing treatment plans and multidisciplinary treatment teams, including directing and managing client treatment with other providers.
  4. Knowledge and practice derived from direct service provision.
  5. Able to conduct standard psychiatric/ psychological evaluations and to collect, synthesize, integrate and interpret clinical data
  6. Able to interpret neuropsychiatric evaluations
  7. Three to five years of experience working with populations with the following clinical challenges and utilizing/ interfacing with the modalities used to treat them:
    • Client Populations -- Struggling to Launch Young Adults, ADHD/ Executive Function Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder/ Asperger's, Mood disorders, Anxiety disorders, Trauma, Substance Use Disorders, High risk (acute or chronic suicidality; potential harm to others), Personality Disorders, Dysfunctional Families
    • Treatment Modalities -- Insight-oriented approaches, Behavioral and CBT approaches, Approaches for abstinence and recovery from addictions, DBT/ Mindfulness, Individual, Family and Group therapy, Medication Management, Self-care issues and brain health – sleep, exercise, nutrition

Required Behavioral Skills

  1. Sense of Humor/ Flexibility
  2. Motivation/ Fire in the Belly/ Creativity
  3. Integrity
  4. Compassion
  5. Accountability
  6. Team Player
  7. Respect
  8. Commitment to Excellence
  9. Equanimity

Competitive Compensation

For more information:
Please call Rose Cohen, PhD at 410-740-3240    Opportunities@MyThrive.net

THRIVE is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Psychologist

Printable VersionThe Thrive Center for ADHD and Comprehensive Mental Health Care in Columbia, MD is seeking a Maryland Licensed Psychologist (PsyD or PhD) with expertise in working with children, adolescents and families with ADHD and co-occurring diagnoses (including mood disorders, LD, anxiety and ASD).

We are a multi-disciplinary outpatient mental health center in Columbia, with a diverse clinical team which includes psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, PNP's and executive functioning coaches. This position offers flexible hours, a great collegial work environment, APA approved continuing education credits, and beautiful office space. Tuesday availability is required in order to attend team meetings.

Become part of a collaborative treatment team at our growing outpatient mental health practice where clinicians utilize a treatment approach that stresses the value of relationship among patients, family members and the treating practitioners.

A supportive, caring relationship is viewed as the root of healing and suffuses all clinical activities and communications, from diagnosis to treatment planning and review, from initial contact to on-going attention to the patients' satisfaction with care

Administrative support is provided. Thrive is a fee-for-service center that does not directly participate with insurance panels.

For more information:
Please call Rose Cohen, PhD at 410-740-3240     Opportunities@MyThrive.net

THRIVE is an Equal Opportunity Employer