Adult Behavioral Health Therapist | LCSW, LISW
- The Behavioral Health Therapist (BHT) provides intensive behavioral health services including diagnostic assessments, individual, group and family-based psychotherapy, and crisis intervention as needed.
- Responsible for collaborating with patients and families in developing an individualized treatment plan that will specifically address identified areas of concern.
- Responsible for assisting patients and their families in understanding ways to effectively manage symptoms and behaviors attributed to the identified behavioral health diagnosis (es).
- Assists families in effectively addressing complex personal and environmental difficulties which interfere with effective social functioning.
- Responsible for the delivery of clinical services which are available to the patient, the patient’s family, and other persons significant to the patient.
- Is able to work independently, is well organized, and identifies opportunities to work collaboratively with other units/departments within the hospital.
- Participates as a professional member of the interdisciplinary team and community agencies.
- Provides education/ consultation to health care professionals and the community regarding the impact of psychosocial factors.
- The BHT demonstrates and models values through effective interaction with patients, families, and treatment team members while providing excellent care.
- Provides direct mental health services and consultation to children within the primary medical clinic based on physician referral.
- Provides consultation to other health care professionals in the hospital and community as indicated regarding mental health aspects of children’s behavior, and collaborates with multi-disciplinary team.
- Provides in-service and outreach education on mental health issues.
- Educates the patient and family/significant others to improve patient health outcomes and appropriately involves patients and family/significant others in care and care decisions.
- Recognizes and advocates for each patient being an individual with unique health care needs and provides considerate, respectful care affirming the patient’s right to make decisions regarding his/her care.
· on-site health clinic for employees
· 100% coverage for preventative health
· medical coverage with additional on-demand coverage
· dental coverage
· vision coverage
· many wellness and employee assistance programs, including challenges to help reduce premium costs
· full-time, part-time and weekend eligible day 1
· full-time: 8.3 hours/pay period
· part-time: 4.19 hours/pay period
· weekends only: 5.076 hours/pay period
· additional PTO awarded every 5 years of service
Life, Retirement and Financial Benefits
· free basic life coverage and accidental death coverage at two times your annual salary*
· employer contribution match up to 4%
· employee care fund
· short-term disability
· long-term disability
· bereavement leave
· parental leave
· pet insurance
· tuition assistance
· employee discount programs
Master’s degree and independent license to provide therapy.
Preferred: 2-3 years of experience in trauma work.
Masters: Counseling (Required), Masters: Social Work
LISW – Licensed Independent Social Worker – Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage & Family Therapist Board
Masters of Counseling or Social Work Required
STATE LICENSE REQUIREMENTS
ADDITIONAL LICENSE REQUIREMENTS
- LISW, LPCC Required