Posted: Monday, January 22, 2024 05:16 PM
Summary: Provides clinical services to consumers and families. Develops consumer plans and oversees their implementation. Provides clinical consultation to other staff and agencies within the community in accordance with professional qualifications and credentials. Provides educational and prevention services as assigned. Provides case management services as required. Consumer Care/Clinical Services: Completes intakes; develops and follows appropriate consumer Plans; assesses the consumer's psycho-social status and level of functioning; and provides crisis intervention, individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, medication monitoring, mental health consultation, and other clinical services as indicated in the consumer's Plan.; and in accordance with professional qualifications and credentials. Provides services at the most accommodating location for the consumer and/or family members (i.e. home, school, emergency room). Provides educational and support services to consumers and families (daily living skills training and family support and education). Provides treatment plan reviews, diagnostic testing, and diagnostic assessments as qualified. Ensures the consumer's and family's (when appropriate) active involvement in plan development and clinical intervention. Plans for and actively pursues transition to a less restrictive level of care. Maintains or exceeds a direct service productivity standard established by Center policy. Seeks appropriate supervisory consultation when working with a high-risk individual and documents such consultation in the consumer record. Case Management Services: May be certified as a case manager to provide linkage and service coordination to a caseload of consumers. Provides crisis intervention as appropriate for consumers with a mental illness. Assures compliance with targeted case management standards. Staff Meetings: Attends regularly scheduled staff meetings. Staffs new and current cases with qualified supervisors and peers. Reviews clinical cases of peers as assigned. Responds to routine clinical peer reviews and Plan reviews. Documentation: Documents clinical services, intakes, transfers, discharges, and incidents. Ensures consumer and family member signatures are obtained when indicated. Prepares clinical documentation requested by other agencies. Obtains consumer releases as appropriate. May collect and document behavioral data. May write behavior management programs. Completes routine Center, state, and federal forms. Ensures that diagnostic impressions are approved by a psychiatrist or licensed psychologist and that consumer plans are approved by a licensed staff member. Ensures that progress notes are completed at the time the service is delivered, unless clinically contraindicated and so documented in the consumer's record. Supervision and Authority: Directly supervised by an assigned Clinical supervisor. Responsible for exercising caution, initiative, and appropriate judgement in carrying out the duties of this position. As qualified, may provide LPC or student intern supervision. Is delegated the responsibility of exercising professional abilities in a responsible and appropriate manner. Minimum Qualifications: Master's degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or a related approved field or a student on internship from an approved, accredited graduate program. Previous clinical practicum experience required. Two year's post Master's supervised clinical experience preferred.
Price - 41600 - 52700
• Location: Opelika, AL Opelika, AL Alabama
• Post ID: 9061244993 Auburn