Join a dynamic, recovery-focused team supporting adults in San Mateo County who are in crisis. The Serenity House program offers daily recovery groups, providing skills which support recovery back to baseline functioning, establishing and maintaining healthy relationships, and promoting overall wellness. In addition to groups, the program offers one-on-one case management and psychotherapy services with the goal of serving our clients wherever they are on their recovery journeys.
Therapist/LPHAs are an essential part of the Serenity House program. From the time clients enter the program, LPHAs support in assessing client’s needs and strengths, collaborating with clients in treatment planning, and engaging clients in the process of supporting their health and recovery. They provide individual and group therapy to adults and deliver curricula in accordance with program specific requirements. LPHAs also assist clients in navigating systems of care and accessing resources, while providing a supportive treatment environment.
Utilizing a gender responsive, trauma informed approach, therapists have clinical responsibilities and LPHA (Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts) assessment responsibilities. This position will have the ability to carry a caseload of individual clients in the residential crisis stabilization/social rehabilitation program. As a therapist, this person will provide individual and group therapy/counseling, collaborate with other providers both internal and external to HR360 to assist clients with meeting their treatment plan goals and participate in discharge planning. In addition, this individual will provide crisis management as needed and handle all necessary follow-up. As a LPHA, this person will administer intake and admission assessments, create comprehensive treatment plans, sign off on treatment plans and other required documentation including diagnosis and medical necessity.