Working together to build Strength
Providence Mental Health applies a unique clinical approach known as the Treatment Team Model. Each client, whether individual, as a couple, or within a family system receives their own clinician within a treatment team. These team members collaborate to assist family members while maintaining individual confidentiality and assisting the family to dissolve barriers and improve relationships. We also combine strengths-based, trauma-informed, and family systems treatment models to help patients identify and overcome past trauma so they can lead healthier, happier lives. The Strength Based approach focuses on the client’s personal identity and positive qualities. Further, this method approaches treatment from the perspective of “what happened to you,” instead of “what’s wrong with you.” At Providence we highlight the client’s resourcefulness and recognize their symptoms and or difficult behaviors as instruments developed to cope with their trauma. Find out more about our mental health careers below.
Providence Mental Health is seeking new mental health Clinicians to join our team! We serve the Gallatin Valley, and nearby communities offering a Trauma-Informed Care and Strengths-Based treatment team approach that provides care for individuals and family-systems. We apply this unique “Collaborative Family Systems Model” treatment team approach to address the mental health needs for each person. Each client, whether an individual, part of a couple, or a member of a family system, receives their own clinician within a treatment team. These team members collaborate to assist family members while maintaining individual confidentiality.
Addiction Counselor (Licensed)
Providence Mental Health is seeking to enhance our ability to improve family systems and impact generational change by adding a Licensed Addiction Counselor to our talented team of clinicians. Our vision is to add this service on a prevention, assessment, and outpatient treatment level, and build strong relationships for partnering when a higher level of care is needed. Addiction is often a family disease, when one person uses the whole family may suffer. By helping the person with substance use issues, in a trauma informed strengths-based manner we can work towards helping the whole family that may be implicated both now and in the future.