Rogers Behavioral Health

Rogers therapist career: serving an integral part in the treatment journey of our patients

With a behavioral therapist job at Rogers, you will have the unique opportunity to expand your clinical experience in a broad range of mental health areas while playing a critical role in our patients’ recovery. By joining our nationally recognized team of mental health experts, you’ll quickly grow your skills as a specialist in cognitive behavioral therapy.

Additionally, here is a description of a therapist job at Rogers:

  • Receive on-the-job training and supervision from Rogers’ clinical leadership. You can be finishing a graduate program, earning hours toward licensure.
  • Collaborate in a multidisciplinary, team-based environment to develop plans of care, including implementing goals and interventions.
  • Provide evidence-based treatment in individual, family, and group settings.
  • Make a lasting impact through positive treatment outcomes by supporting patients in rising above their challenges with mental illness and stigma.
  • Work in inpatient, residential, and partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient clinics
  • Comprehensive benefits, including company match and immediate vesting in 401K
  • Annual bonus based on organization performance
  • A salary increase upon obtaining full licensure; plus an additional bonus after 18 months

 

Rise above in your therapist career with a leader in psychiatric care.

As an industry leader since 1907, Rogers is committed to the career development of our valued team members. Therapists at Rogers can grow within a clear path of development within their role.

Therapists at Rogers can grow within a clear path of development within their role.

Types of Therapist Careers at Rogers

If you are ready to help Rogers' patients through their behavioral health recovery, we have a few different types of therapist positions. See the therapist job descriptions below.

  • Education Therapist - create and execute unique educational plans for Rogers' patients
  • Experiential Therapist - plan, manage, assess, and document Experiential Therapy programs in all Rogers' treatment areas
  • Therapist - support Rogers' patients by treating them in individual, group, and family settings; and collaborate with other team members to plan careful care for patients. PRN and New Grad Therapist roles are also available!

 

Rogers employees can also find opportunities for career development within a variety of departments and roles across the organization.

Start your mental health therapist career with Rogers, a leader in the behavioral health industry. Apply today!

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Call 800-767-4411 or go to rogersbh.org to request a free screening.