- Provides assessment and mental health treatment to individuals, couples and families utilizing accepted standards of clinical practice, including HIPAA and Rule 29 requirements.
- Must possess at least a master’s degree and be licensed as an Independent Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Psychologist, and/or licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor.
Clinical Responsibilities Include:
- Provision of counseling or psychotherapy to assigned clients
- Complete diagnostic assessments, with supervision as required
- Referring for psychological testing and evaluation as needed
- Completion of treatment plans and periodic treatment plan reviews and updates
- Collateral contact with other service providers, as appropriate
- Participation in case consultation with other clinical staff as required by standards
- Provide clinical supervision of clients involved with the Children’s Therapeutic Services and Support unit both off and on site.
Administrative Responsibilities include:
- Complete notes for services rendered in a timely manner, in keeping with policy
- Provide required information for billing to third party payers (e.g., prior approval for managed care / insurance)
- Maintain continuing education requirements for professional licensing
- Attend team meetings as necessary
- Contribute to the development of agency policies and procedures as assigned
Expected professional and team behavior includes:
- Direct communication with colleagues
- Displaying a positive attitude about your job and the clinic
- Resolving problems in a constructive manner
- Marketing the agency and services
- Working in a positive and cooperative manner with others
- Showing flexibility when situations change, and re-prioritize work tasks when needed
- Perform other duties as required or assigned