This is a complex clinical position involving the engagement of clientele in a therapeutic relationship with the goal of fostering cognitive and behavioral change to improve overall client functioning. This position answers to the Chief Clinical Officer and/or clinical supervisor position.
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Conduct psycho-social assessments and make appropriate diagnosis and treatment recommendations; including but not limited to referrals to scheduling individual and group therapy.
- Conduct individual, group, and family therapy sessions. Assist client with establishing an individual treatment plan for appropriate services.
- Coordinate clinical treatment with referral sources.
- Complete all paperwork and assessments in a timely manner, in accordance with agencies policy and procedures.
- Arrange clinical, intervention, or prevention appointments based on the needs of those the agency serves.
- Will be a participating member of the agency’s Quality Improvement Team and attend all Clinical staff meetings, unless excused.
- Perform community outreach as required.
- Participate in clinical staffing on clientele with treatment team on a weekly basis.
- Must adhere to confidentiality laws, regulations, and policies as related to all client information.
- Must keep all licensures current, and continuously upgrade professional skills.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
- Must possess, at minimum, a bachelor’s degree in social work or related field, prefer a Masters. Must have LSW, LPC, LCDCII, or LCDCIII.
- Must possess knowledge about substance use and mental health theories as related to job.
- Proficient or willing to learn Qualifacts / Care Logic or other required programs.
- Is LCDC II or LSW or will become licensed within 4 months of employment
- Must have strong interpersonal relationship and communication skills, able to relate to people of varying ages and backgrounds.
- Must possess time management skills and be able to work independently
- Proficient in MS Windows Office and Outlook.
- Strong belief in family centered practice and ability to provide services or refer to services that assist/enrich the recoveree and recoverees’ family members. Ability to work with diverse populations and cultural backgrounds.
- Ability to focus on and reinforce positive strengths and behaviors.
- This position answers to the Chief clinical Officer and/or clinical supervisor.
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