Provides clinical mental health services to all age patients/families in the Institute for Family Health. The scope of practice includes but is not limited to diagnostic assessment, counseling, psychotherapy, brief treatment, behavior modification, crisis intervention and mental health consultation. The social worker will report to the Regional Director and/or Program Director and work collaboratively with members of the health care team throughout the organization, while utilizing independent judgment in delivering care and services.
Provides direct mental health services, which include crisis intervention, individual, family and group counseling in collaboration with other members of an interdisciplinary team and completion of relevant documents, psychosocial evaluations or service planed case management services, using independent judgment.
Completes patient care documentation in a timely manner, closes all patients electronic encounters within 24 hours. Utilizes collaborative documentation.
Participates in department and organizational CQI projects.
Manages caseload effectively, utilizing reporting tools for self-management.
Actively participates in clinical supervision.
Currently, remote until further notice.. Work Schedule requires one weekend day (Saturday or Sunday)
Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action:
The Institute for Family Health is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. This job summary is intended to be brief and may not list all the duties and functions required, however, it does highlight the essential requirements. Nothing outlined in this job summary is to be construed as an express or implied contract of employment.
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