The Clinician develops and facilitates individual, couple, family and group counseling therapy under the direction of their supervisor. The duties of the Clinician are to maintain client records, monitor the implementation of treatment plans, attend ongoing trainings, complete assessments, and provide case management. Provides clinical counseling assistance to individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) and co-occurring psychiatric disorders, as well as individuals with acquired brain injuries (ABI).
Investigate case situations and present information to members of the multidisciplinary team on client’s family and social background pertinent to diagnosis and treatment.
Provide ongoing counseling to clients.
Maintain clinical documentation in compliance with state and federal laws and regulations, the requirements of various payer sources, and company policies.
Develop appropriate treatment plans with clients, follow them, and update them as required by regulation, payer source requirements, and client need.
Help clients respond constructively to treatment and assist in adjustment leading to and following discharge.
Upon hire, the Clinician, in accordance with the Department of Public Health regulation, shall possess a minimum of a Master’s Degree in any of the following disciplines: Psychology, mental health counseling, social work, rehabilitation counseling, medicine, educational counseling, or psychiatric nursing. Professional licensure in any of the above disciplines is highly preferred.
Valid Driver’s license.
Ability to drive and means of transportation.
Travel to other cities and towns may be required