We are looking to fill Therapist positions in our Pasadena and Sherman Oaks Teen IOP Programs. We have openings for a Licensed Therapist.
1. Experience with dual diagnosis teen population is required.
2. Experience with IOP or residential setting is preferable.
3. You will be part of a Multi-Disciplinary Team. Modalities include: Individual and group therapy, family sessions and multiple family groups. Supervision by Clinical Psychologist or LCSW included.
4. Hours are from noon to 7pm with some flexibility.
5. The position can be structured as a full time or 25-30 hour per week position.
6. Benefits granted for full time staff are 3 weeks of PTO and health insurance options.
Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Insight’s new location in Van Nuys has a lot of very affordable office space in conjunction with Insight’s IOP. We would like to invite anybody with a passion for treating Teens & their families to come and share some of this great space with us!
We envision a collective of professionals dedicated to the emotional health of teens and their families. We invite therapists, counselors, psychiatrists, interventionists, education consultants, wellness providers, etc. who want to practice in a dynamic, supportive environment where we can be inspired by and collaborate with one another!
Imagine the possibilities of having a professional office when you need it and sharing the cost with others you are inspired to be around! Whether you are just starting out in private practice or a seasoned professional looking to be reinvigorated by working with others who share your passion, this could be a great opportunity.
If you are interested in the space and the idea of building a great TEEN THERAPY focused environment, please email Frederik@insighttreatment.com or show up for our Open House to see the space and be inspiration.
We believe Teens need a creative space with freedom to play and socialize as part of Mental Health and Addiction IOP treatment. We moved our facility from a traditional office building in Sherman Oaks to an amazing creative warehouse space in Van Nuys with a climbing wall, ping pong table, and room for kids and parents to play while doing the hard emotional work.(see pictures at the bottom of email) We are now inviting kids, parents, professionals and friends to come and experience the space on Wednesday 10 October from 5 – 9pm while we talk about Teen Anxiety and Angst. We will be screening the new documentary Angst, a movie about Teen Mental Health where Olympic Swimmer and Champion Michael Phelps shares the challenges with Anxiety he faced as a teen.
Glendale Area Mental Health Professionals Association and Insight Treatment Centers Welcome Susan Auerbach, Ph.D., Author, to Pasadena. Dr. Auerbach, “Understanding The Suicide Grief Journey: A Mother’s Perspective.” Friday, September 28, 2018, 11:30-1:30pm. Pre-registration is required at www.GAMHPA.org. 1 CEU will be provided by ShrinkSync for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs For questions, please contact Mary Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org
It is the time of year again to celebrate and support our partners at the Los Angeles County Police Canine Association (LACPCA), the non profit group created jointly by the Pasadena and Los Angeles City Police Departments. This will be the 17th annual event for the nonprofit group that supports K-9 officers. The event is open to the public this coming Saturday, August 6 at Santa Monica College and runs from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. For more information, please call 310-390-2472.
This event is a great way for us all to give back. The funds raised at the will help support:
- Families of police officers who are injured or killed in the line of duty.
- Care for retired police service dogs. LACPCA provides veterinary care for retired service dogs.
- Training programs for Police K-9 units, which may include outside experts, equipment acquisition, and seminars.
- The Guide Dogs of America, the organization who trains guide dogs for the blind. Providing for medical costs and a place for them to live when they retire.
Anthony Lopez, Founder and Program Director of Insight Treatment Programs, said Insight has been a proud donor and sponsor of LACPCA for many years.
“LACPCA is a wonderful organization. Insight Treatment Programs has been working together since its inception with both Pasadena and Los Angeles City Police Departments,” Lopez said, “We have an Insight Treatment Program Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) in both cities, and over the past many years both of our police departments have worked closely with us.”
Lopez hopes to see another excellent turnout this year. He writes:
My experience is that our brave men, women and our beautiful doggies in blue are not just here to uphold and enforce our laws. In my three decades of working with young people who suffer from mental health and substance abuse problems, we sometimes have no other choice but to reach out to our local police departments for a helping hand. This has happened numerous times throughout the years. Although this is not always the case, it is reassuring that we can call upon our fine officers anytime.
When we’ve worked together as a team, it has often proven to be the difference between a young person being incarcerated or dying– or providing the treatment these young people deserve a shot at. We cherish the trust and the relationships we have built over the years with these departments. Once in a while, there will be a need for these fine officers to intervene in situations at one of our facilities or at a patient’s home. As part of intervention, these young people must often decide between going to jail or seeking treatment. Our passionate team of counselors and therapists have worked alongside dedicated and compassionate police officers to provide the care these kids need. Our goal is to help put these young lives back together.
Insight Treatment Programs and I are most grateful for the compassion exhibited by our partner police departments in Los Angeles and Pasadena. I kindly ask that members of the public come out with their families for an educational and exciting afternoon this Saturday at Santa Monica College. The support you show our law enforcement officers and their canine companions is much-needed because they put their lives on the line for us each day. I hope to see you there. 🙂
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