News & Events
Palmetto Summerville Behavioral Health will be conducting a Job Fair on Thursday, June 4, from 3:00 to 6:00pm at their facility – 225 Midland Parkway, Summerville.
Hiring Licensed Practical Nurses, Registered Nurses, and Mental Health Technicians for ALL Shifts – Competitive Sign On Bonus Provided. Must apply on line before attending the event at: https://jobs.uhsinc.com/palmetto-summerville-behavioral-health/jobs
Bring your resume and meet our team.
Happy Hospital Week!
Denita Binion, Therapist
Denita Binion is a Therapist at Palmetto Summerville Behavioral Health –and she was selected as Therapist of the Month! A graduate of West Georgia College, Ms. Binion specializes in Cognitive Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. She enjoys her therapy relationships with all of the children and teenagers she counsels. In her free time, Denita relaxes with painting, drawing, and her Labrador Retriever – Bear.
Kimberly Cook, LMSW
Ms. Kimberly Cook, LMSW, Therapist at Palmetto Summerville Behavioral Health holds a coronavirus coloring book –which she uses with her children and teens – in their individual therapy – as well as group therapy.
Ms. Cook understands COVID-19 concerns and the anxiety each of her residents experience during this time. Social distancing has been very important for all of her residents – and she continues to be careful with the separation of her team with encouraging activities and therapy.
Ms. Sarah Rhodes, Transitional Coach/Computer Lab Monitor at Palmetto Summerville Behavioral Health oversees the children and teens who use the computers daily. Twenty computers and forty IPads were bought from Dorchester Two School District – using funds through a grant – for use in the classrooms. Ms. Rhodes enjoys teaching young children basic software functions. The older teens are assisted with possible career opportunities. With Sarah’s college degree, she can focus exclusively on the many research computer applications for our residents.
Mental Health Tech position available ALL SHIFTS with rotating weekends. This is a challenging and inspiring opportunity for those who have direct care experience working with youth in a professional environment to serve as a mentor and positive role model in day-to-day activities – in the milieu, ensure the safety and well-being of the residents, and monitor and re-direct residents to support the maintenance of a therapeutic milieu. Our professional team is enthusiastic, resourceful, and creative in treating everyone as a guest. Enjoy a great benefits package and generous time off as you join a leader in the behavioral health industry.
High school diploma or equivalent Degree in social sciences preferred. Demonstrated organizational skills. Effective supportive team member. Well-developed problem solving techniques. Strong display of communication competency. Core ability to provide Service Excellence Skill in verbal de-escalation techniques Ability to multi-task in crisis. Prior experience with youth in a professional environment preferred.
******Sign On Bonus being offered*****
Please apply at: https://jobs.uhsinc.com/palmetto-summerville-behavioral-health/jobs
Palmetto Summerville Behavioral Health Team
Team of Therapists at Palmetto Summerville Behavioral Health wearing their facial masks are ready to start counseling their children and teen patients – and are preparing to stay safe during COVID-19 concern.
Therapists include: front left –Denita Binion, MA.; Rebekah Tozer, LMSW; Brian Ramich, LMSW; and Angel Holmes, RT Technician.
Back left – Susan Strader, LPCA, Director of Clinical Services; Kimberly Cook, LMSW; Megan Rowe, LRT/CTRS; and May Manalo, LPCA.
This team is making a difference in the lives of our patients.
Not pictured: Chelsea Lane, LMSW; Kelli Zeigler, LMSW
DINE & DEVELOP
A Free Mental Health Lecture Series
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