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Job Title:

Clinical Therapist

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Tinley Park


1st Shift


Full Time



Job Description:

We are currently seeking a Clinical Therapist responsible for developing and monitoring the behavior intervention programs for the consumers assigned to caseload. This individual will be responsible for developing and monitoring programming to meet the psychological needs of the individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities in the agency’s supported living programs.


Designs individualized behavior programs for residential consumers that are based on assessment information.
Presents clinical information to the agency’s consulting psychiatrist.
Completes clinical documentation.
Participates in and attends all Community Support Team meetings for consumer caseload.
Consults with and advises staff from the Residential and Vocational Departments regarding implementation of Behavior Management Programs.
Conducts regular site assessments including the correct implementation of Behavior Management Programs and the collection of reliable data for the programs.
Responds to and manages emergency clinical issues including facilitating psychiatric hospitalization when necessary.
Observes consumers both in residential and vocational settings to evaluate level of functioning, behavioral issues and mental status.
Provides individual and group psycho-social rehabilitation or therapy as assigned by Assistant Director of the department.
Completes all required documentation in a timely manner and in accordance with regulatory and licensing standards.
Complies with all agency and departmental policies and procedures.
Maintains professional conduct and works cooperatively with all other staff.
Evaluates the effectiveness of current consumer interventions and makes appropriate changes to improve consumer functioning and independence.
Attends training, in-service, and other opportunities for professional development as required.
Maintains a safe environment for all consumers.

Job Requirements:

MA or MS in Psychology or an MSW
One-year clinical experience under a qualified mental health professional.
Valid Illinois Driver’s License
Clinical supervision provided.


St. Coletta's of Illinois provides full-time employees with vacation, personal days, sick days and 10 paid Holidays. In addition, we offer, medical, dental, and long-term disability and life insurance 2.5x your annual salary and much more!

Company Information

Founded in 1949 by the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi, St. Coletta’s of Illinois provides a lifelong continuum of care beginning in early childhood. Our residential, educational and vocational training programs provide services for adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities that enhance their independence and well-being. We serve participants without regard to race, religion or economic background. St. Coletta’s meets individuals’ needs and abilities while providing the least restrictive environment for growth.

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