Psychotherapist-Fee For Service
Part Time Position
(Child & Adult positions available)
Brief outline of position:
1.Complete intake assessments for children and families.
2.Provide individual therapy and family therapy.
3.Provide referral assistance as needed.
4.Work in a team treatment environment with child psychologist, case management unit and child psychiatrist.
5.Develop individual treatment plan for each assigned client in conjunction with Psychiatrist, Case Manager, and other members of the treatment team. Determine proper modality of treatment and provide appropriate therapy for each assigned client in accordance with his/her treatment plan.
6.Serve as Primary Case Manager for all non-aftercare clients in caseload. This involves coordination of service delivery with other departments and agencies, consultation with treating Psychiatrist regarding medication compliance, and other issues, etc.
7.Provide crisis intervention services. Duties include: conducting emergency evaluations, determining proper disposition and arranging for needed services for emergency cases, both walk-ins and active cases.
8.Maintain the documentation in record/chart of clients in assigned caseload that is necessary to meet State Regulatory Standards. This includes, but is not limited to, regular review and update of treatment plans, daily progress notes that are consistent with treatment goals.
9.Submit all documentation pertaining to the billing for treatment services in a timely fashion, and assure that correct and updated information regarding insurance coverage is available.
10.Attend scheduled staff and supervision meetings.
11.Participate in In-Service Training, Conferences, and Workshops as assigned and approved by Associate Director.
12.Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
•Licensed clinician; or Master’s Degree in a clinical behavioral health discipline (i.e. Sociology, Psychology or Social Work) •Plus two years of verified paid behavioral health treatment (i.e. Outpatient or Partial Hospital) experience are required. Community behavioral health setting preferred. •If an individual has a Master’s degree in a clinical behavioral health discipline but not the required experience, then a documented supervisory plan must be approved and followed per CBH’s guidelines. •Must collaborate with other professionals in a team milieu who have diverse backgrounds and approaches. •Must be physically able to: A) Climb stairs; B) Sit for prolonged periods of time; C) Carry heavy documents; D) Bend and kneel; E) Valid driver’s license and access to a car and/or must be able to use public transportation; F) Assist with restraining clients in emergency situations.