At Rolling Hills Hospital, we believe the mind and body exist in an inseparable unit, that humans are a delicate balance of emotional, intellectual, physical and spiritual dimensions. Because we know this to be true, we've made it our mission to create an environment where the whole person - adults and adolescents alike - can get the compassionate, comprehensive behavioral and mental health care they need to achieve health across every dimension. At Rolling Hills, our mission is to offer compassionate, safe, effective behavioral healthcare treatment. We use solution-focused strategies and diligently strive for a safe and positive environment for patients, families, and employees. We never forget that we provide care and comfort to people in need.
Our new inpatient treatment facility in Franklin, Tennessee, just South of downtown Nashville, is equipped with the latest technologies and amenities, affording our patients a comfortable and safe environment that nurtures the recovery process. Our greatest asset is our staff, comprised of psychiatrists, professional nurses, social workers and therapists, who work as a team to uphold Rolling Hills Hospital's commitment to excellence in helping patients and their families resolve behavioral health problems.
Rolling Hills has an opportunity for an PRN Expressive Therapist. At Rolling Hills Hospital, we offer behavioral health services for Adolescents, Adults, Adults with dual diagnoses, and Older Adult/Geriatrics. We integrate the principles of Service Excellence into our workplace and patient care culture.
The Expressive Therapist is responsible for planning and implementing activity services for assigned program, which involves defining and implementing treatment goals as a member of the interdisciplinary treatment team and providing continuous patient care, observation, interaction, and role modeling to patients under the direction of the Expressive Therapy Team Lead and Director of Clinical Services. The Expressive Therapist should be knowledgeable in one or more program disciplines (i.e. art, recreation and/or music therapy). The Expressive Therapist should have knowledge of assaultive behavior management techniques, psychiatric care techniques, the ability to recognize the importance of adapting to the various patient age groups, the ability to use good judgment and to maintain confidentiality of information.