We are hiring for a variety of clinicians including In Home Therapy, In Home Behavioral and Outpatient Clinicians.
Some of the primary responsibilities include:
- Complete assigned diagnostic assessments.
- Provide outpatient treatment and case management services as appropriate, utilizing a range of treatment modalities (e.g. individual, family, group etc.) and psycho-educational interventions.
- Provide direct counseling services, outreach and crisis intervention services to at-risk and difficult to engage clients.
- Participate as a member of the Multidisciplinary Treatment Team.
- Maintain up-to-date knowledge of community resources and service providers and shares this information with members of the Treatment Team and is able to access these resources on behalf of clients.
- Collaborate and network with DMH, PES, area hospitals, courts and other community-service providers on behalf of clients.
- Adhere to the program's Policy and Procedure Manual.
- Maintain appropriate clinical documentation.
- Maintain current professional license and malpractice insurance if required.
- Conduct assessments and develop treatment plans and safety plans with youth and family.
- Oversee and coordinate interventions and adhere to specifications of CBHI.
- Train, supervise and coordinate with the Therapeutic Trainer.
- Work closely with the Therapeutic Trainer to ensure that the Action Plan is followed.
- Collaborate with other providers as needed and attend treatment team meetings.
- Ensure that all services are provided in a professional manner with regard to privacy, safety and respecting the family’s dignity and right to choice.
- Develop a discharge plan with the family and input from other involved providers when the youth has met the indicated goals, if the services are no longer desired or there is no longer medical necessity for the level of service.
- Complete all required documentation in a timely manner.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS
- Master's or advanced graduate degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work or related disciplines require
- Licensed in Massachusetts to provide mental health services
- Minimum three years’ experience working with adults with major mental illness.
SMOC Behavioral Healthcare (SBH)
SMOC Behavioral Healthcare is a division of SMOC that provides substance abuse and mental health outpatient services to individuals, children and families. In addition, SBH provides substance abuse residential services to individuals including pregnant and post-partum women
“To improve the quality of life of low-income and disadvantaged individuals and families by advocating for their needs and rights; providing services; educating the community; building a community of support; participating in coalitions with other advocates and searching for new resources and partnerships”
Hours and rates vary depending on service provided and client base. As part of the responsibilities of this position, the Outpatient Clinician will have direct or incidental contact with clients served by SMOC in various programs funded or administered through the Executive Office of Health and Human Services.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
- Working with adults with major mental illness: 3 years (Required)