Behavior specialist careers: Side-by-side with patients on their recovery journey
Though Rogers' locations throughout the country offer different levels of care and treatment programs, one consistent element at all locations is the role of behavior specialists. With so many locations, we often have behavior specialist jobs available near you!
In this role, you will work as a member of a multidisciplinary team, spending each day with patients as they engage in treatment and seeing the real-time impact and progression of Rogers' evidence-based care. By working alongside experts in the field of psychiatry, you'll gain wide-ranging experience.
See below a description of the behavior specialist job with Rogers:
Provide psychoeducation to help patients better understand their thoughts, behaviors, and emotions.
Develop a rapport with patients to help them navigate the challenges and successes of treatment.
Implement cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) treatment plans to address OCD, anxiety, depression, other mood disorders, eating disorders, trauma, PTSD, and addiction.
Acquire additional skills in patient care, documentation, and cognitive behavioral therapy to prepare for further career opportunities at Rogers, such as therapist, lead therapist, and clinical services supervisor.
A bachelor's degree is required, preferably in human services, social work, or a related field. Additionally, experience with cognitive behavioral therapy, preferably at least 12 months, is required.