Pediatric Occupational Therapist
Occupational therapist use play to enhance the child's fine motor skills and muscular
strength. They also address feeding and oral motor skills, self-care skills, positioning,
adaptive equipment, sensory integration techniques, and assist individuals in acquiring
the knowledge, needed to preform.
Graduate of an accredited college or university in Occupational Therapy.
Licensed or eligible in the State of Oklahoma.
Master's or Bachelor's degree in Occupational Therapy with current licensure.
Pediatric experience is required
Two years experience working with children, preferably children with special needs.
Knowledge and skills related to achieving successful outcomes for children and families
challenged by developmental risk and/or disabilities in a routines-based, primary service
Schedule Details: Monday-Friday
Compensation Range: Very competitive pay, based on experience.
Licensed Professional Counselor
Energetic, motivated individuals who are interested in a chance to positively impact the life of
kids are encouraged to apply.
The primary responsibility will be to provide weekly individual psychotherapy sessions for
the youth in care. Applicants must be licensed and able to meet the Medicaid requirements
as a Licensed Mental Health Professional.
Master's degree in a behavioral health field
3+ Years of Clinical experience (post graduate)