ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Must be able to provide quality, behavioral health services to individuals and families. Must possess a Master of Social Work, Counseling, or other eligible master's degree or for Nevada licensure as a LCSW, or LMFT (interns considered).
- Completes psychosocial evaluations on assigned clients in a timely fashion. Displays excellent interviewing, diagnostic and report writing skills.
- Provides care appropriate to condition and age of the client, including pediatric, adolescent, and the general population.
- Conducts required therapy sessions with individuals, families and groups.
- Possesses excellent theoretical knowledge of psychopathology and treatment techniques as it relates to each type of therapeutic modality.
- Writes clinical assessments in prescribed manner for the medical record.
- Participates in treatment planning for each client, completes progress notes and discharge plans in a timely fashion.
- Possesses knowledge of Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) in managing crisis situations with escalated clients.
- Documents all client related interactions - documentation must meet current standards and policies.
- Treats client and their families with respect and dignity; provides emotional support.
- Is emotionally and mentally stable to work with the clients; models self-care skills; and assists clients in meeting their goals.
- Consults other departments, as appropriate, to provide for an interdisciplinary approach to the client's needs.
- Demonstrates the ability to be flexible, organized and functions under stressful situations.
- Completes other duties as necessary and assigned by the Program Director.
Current, valid LCSW or LMFT license.
Social Work: 1 year
REQUIRED LICENSES OR CERTIFICATIONS