Licensed Therapist Job – Owens Cross Roads, AL 49580
Why You'll Love This JobUnder the direction of the Clinical Director, the Therapist will provide clinical and case management service to students and their families. The Therapist assures a high standard of documentation that meets all necessary standards and requirements.
- Completes Initial Service Plan/Treatment Plan, Bi-Monthly Summaries, clinical notes, written reports, and assessments as assigned in a timely and thorough fashion as prescribed in program policies and expectations.
- Conducts individual, family and group therapy sessions, using professionally prescribed methods and techniques to enact positive change for youth and their families.
- Is available for Family Day and Multi-Family groups as necessary or as assigned.
- Completes documentation requirements in accordance with program policy and procedures.
- Interacts with youth in a professional manner to elicit positive change.
- Takes an interest and initiative in the development of the program's team.
- Maintains pleasant and professional relationships with all staff members.
- Completes individual need assessments as assigned, meeting content and time criteria as outlined in program policies.
- Conducts group meetings and individual sessions, using professionally prescribed methods and techniques to enact positive change for youth.
- Initiates family counseling using professionally prescribed methods and techniques to convey and receive information and enact positive change.
- Completes other reports, assessments and reviews, as assigned, in a through and timely manner. Other duties as assigned by the Clinical Director and Facility Administrator.
- Attends case management transition and exit conferences to discuss related services.
- May assist in training direct care staff in the implementation of services identified in the individualized treatment plan.
- Attends treatment team meetings as scheduled or as needed to discuss mental health and substance abuse services.
- Works with Case Managers in developing and implementing youth performance plan goals and objectives related to mental health and substance abuse services.
- Regularly assesses youth needs, strengths and performance in attaining contracted goals and objectives.
- Supports and follows all Sequel Policies and Procedures.
- Adheres to the policy and practice concerning issues of creation, editing, transmission, storage and disposition of all Protected Health Information (PHI) of Sequel Youth & Family Youth Services.
- Education: Master’s degree from an accredited university or college in the field of counseling, social work, psychology, rehabilitation, or in a related human services field.
- Experience: Experience working with children with emotional, behavioral or substance abuse problems preferred.
- Computer Skills: Intermediate Computer Skills.
- Certifications & Licenses: Licensed or certified clinicians are required to provide documentation and license renewal at the appropriate intervals.
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