Kalispell

LCSW/LCPC:Integrated Behavioral Health Clinician - Family Born

Job Locations US-MT-Kalispell
Requisition ID
2017-3330
# of Openings
1
Category
Licensed (non-nursing)
Pay Period Status
80
Shift
Days
Schedule
Monday thru Friday, may vary based on patient needs

Overview

This position works in a team based environment in partnership with all staff in the obstetrics and maternal care area. Provides rapid assessment, brief intervention and care collaboration with women who are pregnant and/or postpartum and are identified to have or be at risk for depression and other behavioral health conditions. In partnership with the team provides patient centered care to improve outcomes for mother and baby Must comply with documentation and all state and federal regulations.

Responsibilities

  1. *Triages high volume of referrals from Obstetrics and or Neonatologists.
  2. *Performs initial and comprehensive assessments, including diagnostic evaluation, risk assessment, behavioral systems, level of care need, and other information necessary to determine treatment.
  3. *Performs as part of a multi-disciplinary treatment team. Provides consultation and education services.
  4. *Coordinates patient transitions into services and discharges from treatment.
  5. *Completes progress notes and documentation in EMR for all services provided to patient.
  6. *Provides brief individual, group, and family therapy, clinical case management, and outreach services in an effort to fulfill the patient’s treatment goals, wellness and recovery.
  7. *Participates in development of individual and/or group treatment plans utilizing a variety of brief psychotherapeutic, psychosocial and psychoeducational modalities.
  8. *Provides crisis management as needed.
  9. *Performs as a consultant and resource in integration development, guiding group decision making, implementing plans, and improving quality of care.
  10. *Responsible for and maintains data related to OB/ behavioral integration and outcomes.

Qualifications

  1. Master’s Degree in Social Work or related counseling field from an accredited university required.
  2. Current Montana LCSW or LCPC licensure.
  3. Experience with working collaboratively with families, physicians, and agencies. Must have the ability and skills in establishing and maintaining working relationships with families, coworkers, and other professionals and all collaborative partners in the community
  4. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, required.
  5. Minimum of two (2) years of experience in mental health treatment programs or substance abuse. Experience with OB patients preferred.
  6. Knowledge of evidenced based practice and experience in assessment, crisis assessment, brief therapies, and clinical case management.
  7. Previous experience with electronic medical record (EMR).

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