Under indirect supervision, provides, oversees, and/or administers a wide range of psychosocial evaluation/assessment, diagnostic, counseling therapy, crisis intervention services in a clinical environment which requires a high degree of independent decision-making. Most aspects of this job require clinical assessment, evaluation, and intervention skills to Mental Health consumers that are treated with individual, family, and/or group therapy in an outpatient setting. Case management/supportive services for disposition of cases is also a core function of this job.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Percentage Duty or Responsibility
60% Provides clinical psychosocial assessment and treatment services to consumers with mental health and substance use problems. Face to face responses when emergent must occur within 2 hours of request of an assessment. Provides face-to-face assessment as required using necessary clinical skills while meeting all regulatory requirements to ensure reimbursement for services. Provides evidenced based clinically effective treatment services.
20% Service delivery may also involve consultation with various community stakeholder agency staff, law enforcement, family members or support network as deemed necessary or clinically appropriate. Provides indirect services with a variety of stakeholders from whom services are received or needed by consumers to insure appropriate coordination for transition of services to or from another provider or agency.
10% Provides indirect services (e.g., case management and supportive services) with a variety of stakeholders from whom services are received or needed by consumers to insure appropriate coordination for transition of services to or from another provider or agency.
Must have: LCSWA, LCASA, LCMHCA, LPC or be fully licensed.