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The Primary Therapist provides and oversees individual treatment services as required by the company for each client assigned to the therapist. The successful delivery of these responsibilities are key to the success of the clients served and ultimately to the treatment facility. Therapists need to have excellent communication and writing skills, be able to work in a fast paced environment, be able to manage their time effectively and be willing to work with a diverse group of clients and staff members. As such, therapists need to be attentive to differences of client backgrounds and demonstrate the ability to learn and implement culturally appropriate interventions that are considered effective treatments in the field of mental health.
Duties and Responsibilities
Manage a caseload of between 4 and 8 adolescents and their families, and group work as needed:
● Conduct assessments such as but not limited to, Bio Psycho Social Assessments, Mental Status Exams, CASII's, Columbia Suicide Assessment, PHQ-A, and other assigned assessments as needed. ● Complete initial and ongoing assessments of clients in treatment in order to render, amend or update a diagnosis based on the DSM-5 criteria.
● Conduct up to two individual and one family sessions per week, or more if needed. ● Maintain communication with family members.
● Conduct intake assessments as well as ongoing assessments.
● Completes the Individualized Treatment Plan and Integrated Treatment Summary ● Conduct case consultation with outside providers: medical, clinical, educational, and legal as needed
● Utilize supervisory feedback to improve performance, shape treatment and
● Collaborate with treatment team, other clinical providers, psychiatrists, nurses, behavioral health technicians, education specialists and other specialists as needed
● Identify weekly treatment goals and write contracts relative to individual client needs. ● Write and facilitates a written plan for continuing care (Transition Plan/ Home Plan) and Discharge Summary
● Facilitate therapeutic groups as assigned.
● Facilitate Multifamily and Alumni groups as needed.
● Interface with utilization review department, providing appropriate clinical information to obtain initial certification and continuing stay certification as required.
● Meets with each client in individual sessions as clinically indicated, providing psychotherapeutic interventions, to thoroughly educate each client to the ITP and its intent, target dates, and revisions. ● Makes themselves appropriately accessible to family members by email or phone ● The therapist ensures that each family member is fully educated to the ITP, it's goals and methods and the client's discharge plan. It is key that the family know how to approach and implement all discharge recommendations and that a transition plan.
● Assesses suicidal or homicidal ideation or plans.
● Charts each client's progress throughout the treatment experience
● Charts after each individual, group, and family sessions.
● The Primary Therapist attends all treatment planning meetings, all treatment review and goals setting groups, in-service training, and general staff meetings and clinical retreats.
● The Primary Therapist “oversees” the daily treatment experience of each of his/her client clients ● The Primary Therapist may provide additional clinical support for other members of the clinical team in their absence.
● Maintains all clinical documentation and records properly and within appropriate time frames. ● Manages time effectively.
● Maintains all needed licensing requirements for the ability to practice under a State of Nevada recognized board of examiners for a mental health designation.
● Maintains all liability insurance requirements for coverage.
● Fingerprint and child abuse clearance
● Masters or Doctoral degree in behavioral sciences or related field.
● Minimum one (1) year professional experience/education in related field.
● Licensed, registered or pending registration as a psychologist, marriage and family therapist, certified professional counselor, clinical social worker, licensed clinical alcohol and drug abuse counselor
● Experience preferred:
- adolescents treatment
- family therapy
- group therapy
I have read and understand this job description and further understand that it may be revised at any time (verbally or in writing) at the discretion of management. Also, I understand that it does not document all aspects of the job requirements, nor are my responsibilities limited to the areas stated above. This job description is only a general statement based on Regulations.
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