The THRIVE Centerâ„¢ 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 positions:

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Join a highly collaborative, multidisciplinary treatment team to work with children, older teens, and adults where:

  • Your professional expertise will be valued;
  • Humor and serious discussion blend to create effective treatments and a sense of vitality;
  • High quality care thrives in an atmosphere of mutual support and respect.

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 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.

Candidates should have interest/expertise in ADHD, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders. Experience with children and adults is preferred. Availability to attend team meeting on Tuesday is preferred. Administrative support is provided. Thrive is a fee-for-service center that does not directly participate with insurance panels.

The position will begin part-time with the opportunity to grow to full-time.

Qualifications:

  • PMHNP certification
  • Child experience
  • Effective written/verbal communication skills.
  • Problem solving, leadership, analytical, and interpersonal skills.

Tasks will include, but are not limited to:

  • Intake evaluations with diagnostic formulations
  • Treatment planning and ongoing medication management for a general outpatient psychiatry program with a strong focus on ADHD and Executive Dysfunction.

For more information, please call Rose Cohen, PhD at 410-740-3240

opportunities@myTHRIVE.net

THRIVE is an Equal Opportunity Employer

BC BE Psychiatrist

Join a highly collaborative, multidisciplinary treatment team to work with older teens and adults where:

  • Your professional expertise will be valued;
  • Humor and serious discussion blend to create effective treatments and a sense of vitality;
  • High quality care thrives in an atmosphere of mutual support and respect.

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 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.

Candidates should have interest / expertise in ADHD, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders. Experience with addictions is desired but not required. Availability to attend team meeting on Tuesday afternoon is required. One evening per week is preferred. Administrative support is provided. Thrive is a fee-for-service center that does not directly participate with insurance panels.

The position will begin part-time with the opportunity to grow to full-time.

Qualifications:

  • Effective written/verbal communication skills.
  • Problem solving, leadership, analytical, and interpersonal skills.

Tasks will include, but are not limited to:

  • Intake evaluations with diagnostic formulations
  • Treatment planning and ongoing medication management for two programs: a failure-to-launch young adult program and a general outpatient psychiatry program with a strong focus on ADHD and Executive Dysfunction.
  • Availability to participate in team meetings on Tuesday afternoon is required.

For more information, please call Rose Cohen, PhD at 410-740-3240

opportunities@myTHRIVE.net

THRIVE is an Equal Opportunity Employer