Licensed Mental Health Professional
Location: Nevada, Rural Douglas and Mineral County
Responsible for providing initial evaluations, individual, group, family, and/or couples psychotherapy for the center. Services are provided for children, adolescents and adults. Services are provided in an integrated behavioral health setting of multi-disciplinary para-professional and professionals with a person-centered, family-centered, recovery-oriented approach to care.
- Masters Degree; and
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker Degree (Nevada License), or
- Licensed Marriage Family Therapist (Nevada License); or
- Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (Nevada License); or
- Licensed Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (Nevada License); or
- Licensed Clinical Psychologist (Nevada License); and
- Bilingual English/Spanish preferred
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES AND COMPETENCIES
- Provide consultation services regarding clients with other professionals and paraprofessionals
- Initial behavioral health evaluations resulting in realistic treatment plans;
- Assessing clients using standardized screening, assessment tools and measures;
- Provide evidence-based psychotherapy;
- Provide individual and group psychoeducation;
- Provide care coordination;
- Attend treatment planning meetings as needed to effectively manage individuals care;
- Provide crisis assessment and triage with appropriate interventions;
- Utilize integrated treatment services related to wellness within scope of practice;
- Documentation and scheduling in electronic health record;
- Documentation for audit policies and procedures; and
- On-call schedule for crisis management may be required.
- Person-centered, family-centered, trauma-informed, relationship-focused, and recovery-oriented care;
- The ability to recognize your own limitations and respond to difficult situations;
- Good communication skills;
- Display enthusiasm, respect and flexibility in the mentoring model;
- The ability to collaborate with colleagues and community partners from other disciplines;
- The ability to adhere to all privacy and confidentiality policies; and
- The ability to use electronic media.
Employee will be expected to participate in continuous learning, competency building and maintenance of competency skills.
TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS
Work is performed in structured environments.
Reports to and is supervised directly by the Program Supervisor. Employee is also accountable for understanding and complying with CPLC policies and procedures