Provide intake, screening, assessment, counseling, crisis intervention, case management and supportive services to individuals, families, and groups.
- Conducts initial intakes.
- Provides population and age specific individual, family, and/or group therapy and counseling.
- Provides clinical management of individuals and/or families in crisis and facilitates psychiatric hospitalization.
- Assists the case manager when needed to provide in-office services to clients, including assessment, linking/coordinating, monitoring, reassessment, follow-up, resource development and advocacy.
- Provides case management services to clients, including assessment, linking/coordinating, monitoring, reassessment, follow-up, resource development and advocacy.
- Participates with all pertinent staff in the development, review and the delivery of treatment and advocacy.
- Provides periodic assessment of client needs, develops treatment plans with input from client and significant others, summarizes treatment progress and completes discharge summaries.
- Maintains all clinical documentation pertaining to diagnosis, treatment and delivery of services.
- Acts as liaison between other agencies, hospitals, legal authorities, caretakers, as well as other medical personnel in order to coordinate care and give/gather information.
- Participates in in-service training, clinical supervision, case staffing, consultations, and other meetings.
- Communicates with the public regarding mental health needs and services in the community.
- Supervises students and/or volunteers as mutually agreed upon.
- Other duties may be assigned.
Minimum Position Requirements:
Master’s Degree in a related field with a LMSW, LLMSW, LPC, LLPC, LLP, TLLP and a CAADC or Development Plan within six months of employment.
Location: Lincoln Park, MI
Pub Date: 7/7/2017