Licensed Therapist II (LMFT, LMSW, LPC) Bilingual

Community Life Wichita, Kansas


Position at St. Anthony's Senior Care Hospital - Wichita

Job Description

Part-time - Weekends.
The Licensed Therapist plans, directs, and coordinates therapy treatment programs for hospital patients. The therapist assists the patients in achieving a different state of mind and developing positive physical, cognitive, emotional, and psychological skills through therapeutic individual and group communication.


  • Plan, direct, and coordinate treatment programs for the hospital.
  • Through the use of a variety of techniques improve and maintain the physical, mental and emotional well-being of patients.
  • Provide individual and group therapy. Document all services on the appropriate progress note, stating the goal to which the therapy or group was directed.
  • Participate on the multidisciplinary treatment team to establish and individualize the plan of care and individualized goals.
  • Plan group and individual therapy to support the care plans of each patient, assisting them in achieving positive physical, cognitive, emotional, and psychological skills.
  • Provide patient and family education, support and advocacy.
  • Participate in discharge planning, making recommendations for community resources and therapy, as applicable.
  • Record all care information concisely, accurately, completely, in a timely manner, in the appropriate format, and on the appropriate forms.
  • Ensure therapy is provided in accordance with the standards of practice and established policies and procedures of a professional organization.


  • Master’s degree with Kansas – BSRB licensure required
  • At least three (3) years of therapy experience preferred.


  • Fluent in Spanish
  • Skilled in the practice of therapy
  • Ability to develop and maintain good working relationships with co-workers and other departments.
  • Ability to work independently without supervision
  • Excellent communication skills with ability to lead patients and families in understanding behaviors, mental health diagnosis, family conflicts, and loss of independence.
  • Skills to plan, organize, prioritize, problem solve, and make decisions that are necessary for providing quality patient care.