Perks: Free unlimited online ceu’s Free malpractice insurance Free access to discounted event and attraction tickets Free access to discounted purchase programs and perks Free access to discounts on gym memberships, yoga/wellness. Referral bonus Job description: This position requires knowledge of methods of clinical interviewing and assessment; conduct of individual, family, and group counseling; general psychiatric emergency intervention, diagnosis, and therapeutic methods; principles and theories of adult psychology; and laws and regulations as applied to patients’ rightsAlso required is the ability to accurately assess client mental status using established diagnostic criteria; formulate appropriate and effective treatment plans and monitor patient progress toward treatment objectives; quickly and concisely analyze crisis situations in order to facilitate an appropriate treatment or referral; evaluate patients for medication referrals; maintain the confidentiality of client information; write and interpret written information accurately and effectively. Qualifications: A master’s degree from an accredited college or university in marriage, family, and child counseling, marital and family therapy, social work, psychology, clinical psychology, counseling psychology, or counseling with an emphasis in either marriage, family or marriage, and family therapy. Required license: Must maintain a current license in the state of california with the california board of behavioral sciences (bbs)Licensed marriage and family therapist (lmft), licensed clinical social worker (lcsw), and licensed professional clinical counselors (lpcc). Responsibilities:
Interviews and conducts diagnostic assessments of patients in order to develop treatment and recovery plans for patients and/or their family members. Participates in the intake process by interviewing patients and/or their family members to obtain family, social, employment, medical, and mental health treatment history; provides crisis intervention, treatment, case management, referrals, and other related mental health care services to patients and their family members. Participates in a multi-disciplinary team to review client cases, treatment approaches, clinical issues, client progress, and treatment recommendations; and to prepare and present progress reports. Participates in the development of individual and group treatment plans designed to address mental, emotional, and family disorders and dysfunction. Provides ongoing clinical assessment, treatment planning, and clinical treatment for patients and families. Prepares and maintains clinical case histories for use in diagnostic evaluations and to record client treatment progress.