To provide clinical counseling services to patients and families of the Smithers Center.
Roles & Responsibilities:
- Attends and participates in team meetings.
- Conducts biopsychosocial assessments.
- Does treatment planning.
- Does individual and group counseling.
- Documents treatment in medical record.
- Presents at case conferences.
- Manages the care of the assigned patients.
- Participates in clinical supervision.
- Provides reports of clinical services to supervisor when requested.
- Make referrals to appropriate resources for the ongoing care of patients.
- Keeps statistics of services provided.
- Interfaces with managed care companies and referral sources to implement treatment plans
- Provides consultation to patients throughout Roosevelt Hospital when requested.
At least a B.A. but M.A. preferred. Training in addiction counseling preferred
A minimum of one year as a Counselor or other mental health clinician title required.
Licensing and Certification Requirements:
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