Job #: 2820
SPECIFIC EXPECTATIONS: The Clinician will be expected to:
100% amount of time will be spent delivering clinical services
Provide DSM diagnostic assessment and treatment plan and make appropriate recommendations and referrals and document in accordance with regulatory agencies and policy and procedures.
Implement interventions utilizing Evidence Based Practices
Participate in (IDT) interdisciplinary treatment team meetings focused on client mental health care.
Facilitate groups using Evidence Based Practices to assist and empower clients in improving their ability to manage their mental health needs and achieve recovery.
Consultation/supervision with attending psychiatrist and mental health specialist on best course of treatment recommendations and dispositions.
Conduct regular collateral follow up with treatment partners as clinically indicated
Work closely with clients to reach an agreement on formal treatment plan that address mental health co-morbidity treatment, including improving adherence to recommended treatments.
All other duties as assigned by the Clinical Supervisor and Director.
Follow policies and procedures as set forth by community services.
Attend mandatory in-service trainings as required.
Attend seminars to further professional development.
Maintain a Positive Image of the Organization in the Community the Organization Services and in State and National Organizations.
LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, LMFT or LCAT Required (need at least one active cert)
5 years of providing direct clinical services, preferably in a mental health setting addressing co-occurring disorders.
Knowledge of chemical dependency.
Very organized with excellent time management skills required to ensure seamless flow of clients in the clinic, timely submission of documentation and billing related documents.
Excellent interpersonal skills with staff and colleagues throughout and ability to work as part of a team.
Ability to verbally express ideas and concepts clearly to others.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office.
Excellent written communication skills and ability to maintain charts as per policy and procedures.
Bilingual, ability to speak Spanish preferred
Must be eligible for clearance through NYS Central Registry for Child Abuse and NYS Justice Center