School Therapist Jobs
With Soliant you have complete flexibility to choose where, when and how you’ll work your magic with children who need you. Choose from schools and facilities in every region of the country in cities and towns of every size and description. Only Soliant has the most school therapy jobs in the country.
Working as a school therapist is one of the most fulfilling jobs you can have. And at Soliant we provide the most comprehensive job placement services you’ll find anywhere for school therapists.
School Therapist Duties
A school therapist is responsible for ensuring that students are socially and academically successful, providing them with the compassion, support and education needed to help them thrive and find their path in life. A school therapist’s most important duty is to meet the needs of their students, providing emotional and social support for those in need. Depending on the grade level of the hiring facility, a school therapist may also be asked to assist students in finding a proper career path and helping them make the best use of their talents and potential. A school therapist must be dedicated to helping students of all ages, preparing them for the workforce or college while also supporting their current academic and social goals. School therapists must be knowledgeable about different mental and emotional health issues, getting involved with parents or teachers if need be.
School Therapist Education Requirements
School therapists need at least a master’s degree to be considered for hiring. This consists of four years of undergraduate studies work, as well as at least two years of graduate studies with a specialized focus in school counseling, therapy and education. During the course of study, school therapists will learn about different human behaviors, as well as how to assess and treat symptoms in children of all ages. Along with the necessary degrees, a school therapist may also be required to have passed state or national-level exams and earned the corresponding certificates.
School Therapist Job Market
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand for school therapists is predicted to grow upwards of 12% between now and the year 2022. This makes the current market a great opportunity for individuals who are looking to advance their careers in school therapy. A school therapist salary can vary widely depending on the state and facility that is up for hire. School therapists can also earn an extra job during the summer months when school is not in session.
Browse hundreds of our school therapist jobs across the country below.
School Based Physical Therapist OpeningChampaign, Illinois
School Based Physical Therapist OpeningPlainfield, Indiana
School Based Physical Therapist OpeningBaton Rouge, Louisiana
School Based Physical Therapist OpeningTuscaloosa, Alabama
School Based Physical Therapist OpeningWilmington, North Carolina
School Based Physical Therapist OpeningWarrenton, North Carolina
School Based Physical Therapist OpeningBoydton, Virginia
School Based Physical Therapist OpeningGroveport, Ohio
School Based Physical Therapist OpeningFlint, Ohio
School Based Physical Therapist OpeningDrexel Hill, Pennsylvania
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