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Burrell Behavioral Health Therapist in Winfield, Kansas

Job Description:

IHS:

Essential Job Functions:

  • Complete intake/screening and/or comprehensive assessment process within appropriate time frames as designated by state regulatory/CARF/agency standards.

  • Determine and document diagnosis based on comprehensive assessment.

  • Develop treatment plans for clients in accordance with state regulatory /CARF guidelines that demonstrate individualization and evolution based on information gathered from assessment.

  • Complete all correspondence in a timely fashion.

  • Participate in clinical staffing/treatment meetings providing feedback on all pertinent cases.

  • Adhere to weekly service provision model.

  • Work closely with insurance department to ensure authorized services are approved and adequate information is provided within specified time frames.

  • Document all services provided in accordance with DMH/CARF/agency standards.

  • Ensure that services are entered within the appropriate time frame, appropriate format, notes refer to treatment plans, etc.

  • Correct any file/charting deficiencies within appropriate time frame.

  • Assist clients through transition process and complete final correspondence such as transition summary, plan, letter, etc.

  • Complete all mandatory trainings meeting state regulatory /CARF Standards, obtaining 36 hours of training every 2 years with focus on EBP and improved clinical skill sets (MO) and 40 hours of training every 2 years with 3 hours being Ethics (KS).

  • Represent the agency within the community in a professional manner.

  • Maintain positive, professional relationships with referral sources, clients, and coworkers, adhering to Code of Ethics and agency policies.

  • Handle crisis situations as they arise.

  • Assist in Professional Supervision once all professional requirements have been met.

  • Facilitate group counseling, group education, family therapy, and individual sessions including specialty services such as trauma and co-occurring therapy.

  • Provide training and guidance on Clinical issues that may arise and evidenced based practices.

  • Provide Clinical Consultation to treatment team members when necessary.

  • Demonstrates interest in long term and short term goals and objectives of the company.

  • Other duties as assigned by the Clinical Supervisor, Program Director, Vice President, or the Executive Team members..

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Shall have training and demonstrate expertise regarding diagnostic criteria of individuals with substance use disorders and mental health issues.

  • Thorough knowledge of caseload management and rehabilitation methods, principles and techniques as they relate to mental health and substance use disorder treatment services.

  • Detailed knowledge of the problems encountered by persons with mental health and/or substance use disorders.

  • Considerable knowledge of the methods and modalities as well as the legal requirements and court procedures related to treating mental health and substance use disorders.

  • Knowledge of supervisory and training techniques and practices used in a mental health and/or substance use disorder treatment setting.

  • Aptitude to develop, coordinate, and evaluate services within assigned program.

  • Capable of communicating ideas clearly and effectively verbally and in writing to produce clear and concise reports.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • Holds licensure with the applicable board of professional registration for the state that they are practicing as a professional counselor or social worker.

  • Missouri : Provisional Licensed (PLPC) or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Provisional Licensed (LMSW) or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT)

  • Kansas : Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) or Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker (LSCSW).

  • Illinois : Licensed by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation.

  • Qualified Mental Health Professional, for Missouri only

  • An individual possessing a master’s or doctorate degree in counseling and guidance, rehabilitation counseling and guidance, rehabilitation counseling, vocational counseling, psychology, pastoral counseling, family therapy, or related field who has successfully completed a practicum or has one (1) year of experience under the supervision of a qualified mental health professional

Applicant must be willing to become licensed in additional states, other than the state currently licensed in. Applicant must be willing and comfortable with providing telehealth services to the individuals we serve.

Supervisory Requirements:

None

Employment Requirements:

  • Successful completion of background check including criminal record, driving record and abuse/neglect.

  • Completion of New Hire Orientation within 30 Days of employment.

  • All training requirements including Relias Learning within two (2) weeks of employment and annually thereafter.

  • First Aid certification within three (3) months of beginning employment and upon renewal date.

  • Obtain CPR certification within three (3) months of beginning employment and upon renewal date.

  • Behavioral Management training completed within thirty (30) days of employment or first available class after start date:

  • CPI for Residential programs

  • Peaceful Intervention or Verbal De-escalation for Outpatient programs

  • Completion of “Direct Service Expectations” within 30 Days of employment.

  • Achievement of thirty-six (36) hour training requirements within 2 year period in accordance with 9 CSR 10-7.110 E 1.

  • Growth and Development form (CPRC only) within thirty (30) days of employment.

  • Privileging and Credentialing form (CPRC only) within thirty (30) days of employment.

  • Knowledge of the policies, procedures, and regulations of the program to which the associate is assigned.

  • Provide copy of applicable certifications/licenses.

CLARITY:

Essential Job Functions:

  • Complete intake/screening/assessment process within appropriate time frames as designated by state regulatory/HRSA/agency standards.

  • Develop treatment plans for clients in accordance with state regulatory /HRSA guidelines that demonstrate individualization and evolution based on information gathered from assessment.

  • Complete all correspondence in a timely fashion.

  • Participate in clinical staffing/treatment meetings providing feedback on all pertinent cases.

  • Adhere to weekly patient schedules and productivity model.

  • Accept warm hand-offs from Primary Care providers to promote Integrated Care by establishing a patient-therapist relationship to improve patient compliance with medical treatment.

  • Work closely with insurance department to ensure authorized services are approved and adequate information is provided within specified time frames.

  • Document all services provided in accordance with agency standards.

  • Correct any file/charting deficiencies within appropriate time frame.

  • Complete all mandatory trainings meeting state regulatory /CARF Standards, obtaining 36 hours of training every 2 years with focus on EBP and improved clinical skill sets (MO) and 40 hours of training every 2 years with 3 hours being Ethics (KS).

  • Represent the agency within the community in a professional manner.

  • Maintain positive, professional relationships with referral sources, clients, and coworkers, adhering to Code of Ethics and agency policies.

  • Handle crisis situations as they arise.

  • Assist in Professional Supervision once all professional requirements have been met.

  • Facilitate family conferences, and individual sessions.

  • Provide Clinical Consultation when necessary.

  • Demonstrates interest in long term and short term goals and objectives of the company.

  • Other duties as assigned by the Clinical Supervisor, Program Director, Vice President, or the Executive Team members.

For Centralized Therapy

  • Complete telehealth intake/screening/assessment process.

  • Promote Integrated Care by establishing a patient-therapist relationship to improve patient compliance with medical treatment.

  • Complete all mandatory training for the state of IL.

  • Facilitate family conferences, and individual sessions via telehealth at Clarity and/or Preferred Family Healthcare locations.

  • Other duties as assigned by the direct supervisor, Program Director or Vice President.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Shall have training and demonstrate expertise regarding the treatment of individuals with substance use disorders and mental health issues.

  • Thorough knowledge of caseload management and rehabilitation methods, principles and techniques as they relate to mental health and substance use disorder treatment services.

  • Detailed knowledge of the problems encountered by persons with mental illness and/or substance use disorders.

  • Considerable knowledge of the methods and modalities as well as the legal requirements and court procedures related to treating mental illnesses and substance abuse.

  • Must have or be willing to rapidly acquire a working knowledge of the concepts of Integrated Care and the techniques used to enhance patient’s compliance with medical treatment such as motivational interviewing.

  • Knowledge of supervisory and training techniques and practices used in a mental health and/or substance use disorder treatment setting.

  • Aptitudes to develop, coordinate, and evaluate services within assigned program.

  • Capable of communicating ideas clearly and effectively verbally and in writing to produce clear and concise reports.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • Holds licensure with the applicable board of professional registration for the state that they are providing services in for licensure as a professional counselor or social worker.

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of Missouri

Applicant must be willing to become licensed in additional states, other than the state currently licensed in. Applicant must be willing and comfortable with providing telehealth services to the individuals we serve.

Supervisory Requirements:

None

Employment Requirements:

  • Must provide evidence that incumbent is free of infectious and contagious disease, such as TB, prior to beginning employment and annually thereafter. – expected for all direct care staff, but mandatory for RCF staff and Kansas Residential

  • Successful completion of background check including criminal record, driving record and abuse/neglect.

  • Completion of New Hire Orientation at the beginning of employment.

  • All training requirements including Relias Learning at the beginning of employment and annually thereafter.

  • First Aid certification within three (3) months of beginning employment and upon renewal date.

  • Obtain CPR certification within three (3) months of beginning employment and upon renewal date.

  • Knowledge of the policies, procedures, and regulations of the program to which the associate is assigned.

  • Provide copy of applicable certifications/licenses.

DAYSPRING:

Essential Job Functions:

  • Provide all services and functions within the ethical standards of their profession and within Code of Conduct.

  • Adhere to all company policies for employment.

  • Provide professional clinical services to clients including assessment, referral, treatment planning, counseling, crisis intervention, discharge planning, and follow-up care in the office and in community settings.

  • Collaborates with the treatment team to ensure proper coordination and delivery of prescribed interventions and objectives as presented in treatment plan.

  • Ensure client receives individualized and age appropriate therapeutic interventions for individual, group, family and case management services as prescribed in the treatment plan.

  • Complete all clinical and administrative documentation in a timely and ethical manner and in accordance with policies.

  • Attend and actively participate in professional staffing session with the Clinical Supervisor. Be available for individual supervision as required by the Clinical Supervisor or leadership team.

  • Participate as and after-hours "on-call" clinician to conduct crisis intervention.

  • Provide case consultation and assistance to paraprofessionals associated with the client.

  • Meet billable productivity requirements.

  • All other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Shall have training and demonstrate expertise regarding the treatment of individuals with substance use disorders and mental health issues.

  • Thorough knowledge of caseload management and rehabilitation methods, principles and techniques as they relate to mental health and substance use disorder treatment services.

  • Detailed knowledge of the problems encountered by persons with mental illness and/or substance use disorders.

  • Considerable knowledge of the methods and modalities as well as the legal requirements and court procedures related to treating mental illnesses and substance abuse.

  • Knowledge of supervisory and training techniques and practices used in a mental health and/or substance use disorder treatment setting.

  • Aptitudes to develop, coordinate, and evaluate services within assigned program.

  • Capable of communicating ideas clearly and effectively verbally and in writing to produce clear and concise reports.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • Graduate degrees in Psychology, Social work, Counseling, Marriage and Family, or a Nursing degree with one year of supervised behavioral health/experience is required.

  • Must be licensed or candidate for licensure within their professions by their respective Oklahoma State Boards.

Supervisory Requirements:

None

Employment Requirements:

  • Successful completion of background check including criminal record, driving record and abuse/neglect.

  • Completion of New Hire Orientation at the beginning of employment.

  • All training requirements including Relias Learning at the beginning of employment and annually thereafter.

Physical Requirements for all:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the associate is regularly required to talk an d/ or hear. The associate is required to sit frequently and is required to stand and walk occasionally. The associate must use fine motor skills including frequent manipulation of hands and fingers to type, write, or use other small tools. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, and ability to adjust focus.

FOR ABA:

Essential Job Functions:

● Provide individual, group, family and/or other practical counseling to meet the needs of the client and the goals of treatment, and engage in any other activities that meet those needs and goals.

● Complete intake/screening and/or assessment process within

appropriate time frames as designated by state regulatory/agency standards.

● Develop treatment plans for clients in accordance with state regulatory guidelines that demonstrate individualization and collaboration with other treatment team members.

● Complete all correspondence in a timely fashion.

● Carry a regular caseload, the size and nature of which is to be established with supervisory staff.

● Provide and/or coordinate a comprehensive follow-up to all clients assigned to caseload.

● Adhere to weekly service provision model.

● Actively collaborate within the multidisciplinary treatment team and participate as an active member during staffing/treatment team meeting.

● Work closely with insurance department to ensure authorized services are approved

and adequate information is provided within specified time frames.

● Document all services provided in accordance with agency standards.

o Ensure that services are entered within the appropriate time frame, appropriate

format, notes refer to treatment plans, etc.

● Correct any file/charting deficiencies within appropriate time frame.

● Assist clients through transition process and complete final correspondence such as

transition summary, plan, letter, etc.

● Represent the agency within the community in a professional manner.

● Maintain positive, professional relationships with referral sources, clients, and

coworkers, adhering to Code of Ethics and agency policies.

● Demonstrates interest in long term and short term goals and objectives of the

company.

● Other duties as assigned by the Statewide Director or other administrative team members.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

● Training and expertise regarding Autism Spectrum Disorders, developmental/intellectual disabilities and other co-occurring mental health disorders.

● Knowledge of caseload management and rehabilitation methods, principles

and techniques as they relate to Autism Spectrum Disorders and other co-occurring disorders.

● Knowledge of supervisory and training techniques and practices used in a mental

health treatment setting.

● Aptitude to develop, coordinate, and evaluate services within assigned programs.

● Capable of communicating ideas clearly and effectively verbally and in writing to

produce clear and concise reports.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

● Holds licensure with the applicable board of professional registration for the state that

they are practicing as a professional counselor or social worker and in good standing with their respective state licensure board.

  • Missouri: Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Clinical Social Worker, (LCSW), Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC).

  • An individual possessing a master’s or doctorate degree in an appropriate field rendering eligibility for above listed licensure qualifications.

Employment Requirements:

● Successful completion of background check including criminal record, driving record

and abuse/neglect.

● Completion of New Hire Orientation within 30 Days of employment.

● All training requirements including Relias Learning within two (2) weeks of

employment and annually thereafter.

● First Aid and CPR certification within one (1) month of beginning employment and upon

renewal date.

● Behavior Management training completed within thirty (30) days of employment or

first available class after start date.

● Credentialing forms completed and submitted within one (1) week of hire date.

● Knowledge of the policies, procedures, and regulations of the program to which the

an associate is assigned.

● Provide a copy of applicable certifications/licenses.

Physical Requirements:

ADA Consideration - Sedentary work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally (exists

up the 1/3 of the time) and/or a negligible amount of force frequently (exists 1/3 to 2/3 of the time) to lift, carry, push, or pull, or otherwise move objects, including the human body.

Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time, but may involve walking or standing for brief periods of time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.

We are an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer, and encourage applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status, disability or veteran status, or to other non-work related factors.

Preferred Family Healthcare is a Smoke and Tobacco Free Workplace.

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