Adult Chem Dep Svcs
8:00am to 4:30pm with flexibility to work 5:00pm to 9:00pm
Weekend and Holiday Rotation
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Conducts patient assessments and provides psychotherapy and other related therapies to individuals, couples, families or groups of patients. Follows established policies and procedures of assigned service area.
Functions as a member of the interdisciplinary treatment team by reviewing assessment data, case management, intake and other discipline data. Ensures goals identified in the treatment plan are clinically appropriate to the stated problems, developmentally focused, measurable and achievable within current anticipated lengths of stay, and updates treatment plans as appropriate.
Performs patient psychosocial assessments to determine appropriate intervention and care plan, goal determination and treatment planning altering same as case warrants. Contacts families, where appropriate, for collateral information and discharge planning. Facilitates family meetings, communicates schedule and outcomes with members of the interdisciplinary team.
Provides individual and group psychotherapy to patients and families. Provides family therapy as appropriate. Understands and utilizes brief therapy model as appropriate.
Accurately completes all documentation responsibilities as outlined in department/service area procedures within established timelines. Documentation responsibilities include but are not limited to: treatment plans, progress notes, discharge summaries, aftercare plans, records for billing, etc.
May be responsible for monitoring and evaluating the appropriateness of social services provided. Performs chart audits, analyzes data and identifies deficiencies. Provides reports and, as necessary, suggestions and/or evidence of improvement to appropriate committee and individuals.
Maintains or exceeds clinical productivity standards established by the Manager with a minimum drop out/cancellation rate. Demonstrates ability to plan and organize work schedule within time allotted.
Works cooperatively with other professional and non-professional staff to identify and resolve problems in the service delivery systems, ultimately improving the quality of patient care.
Acts as a liaison with referral sources to ensure continuity of care and discharge planning. Facilitates timely and appropriate referrals to other community resource networks such as outpatient providers of mental health and AODA services, home health agencies, residential treatment facilities and other community agencies specializing in financial, housing, child care and transportation services. Documents these activities appropriately.
Marriage and Family Therapist license issued by the state of Wisconsin, or
Social Worker, Clinical license issued by the state of Wisconsin.
Master's Degree in Psychology, Clinical, or
Master's Degree in Psychology, Educational, or
Master's Degree in Psychology, Counseling or related field.
Some positions may be restricted to individuals with Master's Degree in Social Work and be a Licensed Clinical Social Worker upon hire.Some positions may also require one of the following Substance Abuse licenses upon hire, Substance Abuse Counselor-In-Training, Substance Abuse Counselor, Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor, or Clinical Supervisor-In-Training.Skilled as a generalist and has one or more specializations. Extensive knowledge and skills in the application of theory, practice and techniques of behavioral health and/or substance abuse treatment services.Good written and verbal communication skills.Demonstrates the ability to function in a complex mental health delivery system.
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