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Psychiatric Social Workers

Spring Harbor Hospital employs social workers and clinical counselors in a variety of settings across its mental health network. Included are hospital units serving children, adolescents, adults, and older adults, as well as Maine's only hospital treatment unit for youth who experience both mental illness and a developmental disorder, such as autism.

The social work / clinical counselor discipline is also well represented in our outpatient treatment setting. Professional opportunities exist in programs ranging from observation beds to assertive community treatment teams to traditional individual, couples, and family therapy.

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