Program: Behavioral Health
The Access Therapist coordinates services for clients that are experiencing a mental health crisis. The clinician works with clients to develop treatment plans and implement therapeutic interventions to support clients in engaging in immediate services while also supporting thorough intake assessment for long-term services. The clinician is responsible to coordinate services, collaborating with other service providers, and maintaining appropriate documentation of services provided including partnering with the Mobile Crisis Team, School Based Therapeutic Services Director, School Based Clinical Services Director, and Adult Behavioral Health Director to identify clients who are in crisis. This position will provide therapy to clients across the agency including providing sessions using the Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality to clients referred by the mobile crisis team and psychiatric providers. Services offered by this position are across settings, including office, home, community, residential homes, and school. This position has a strong connection with the mobile crisis team.
Job Tasks will include:
Ø Training providers to be trauma-informed and respond to behaviors in a way that supports trauma resolution
Ø Provide Short term intensive family therapy with families of clients who are utilizing access placement so that they can transition back into their home successfully
Ø Maintaining appropriate clinical documentation to include progress notes, therapy notes, treatment plans, and crisis plans
Ø Perform intake assessments for clients who need to utilize the access placement or following crisis if they are not already established, clients
Ø Provide CAMS sessions for clients who are referred for suicidal ideation needing that intervention.
Required: Completed Master’s Degree
Preferred: Completed Master’s Degree and 2-5 years’ experience
Required: Roster eligible
Preferred: Licensed as LCMHC or LICSW