Job ID: 290110359
Last Updated: 9/23/2022
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
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This is a professional, direct service position providing team-based, holistic patient care. The Behavioral Health Provider (BHP) is co-located on the clinical unit and collaborates as part of the health care team providing treatment to patients with behavioral health needs (mental health, substance use, behaviors impacting overall health and functioning) utilizing an integrated care model. The Behavioral Health Provider provides behavioral health services via warm hand-off while the patient is in-clinic and at scheduled visits with patients. This position provides evaluation, therapy, and/or coordination services to children, adolescents, and adult patients. This position will provide direct coordination and collaboration with other behavioral health staff, the patients primary care provider and other members of the patients care team. This position responds to urgent and emergent behavioral health issues that arise in the clinic. The BHP provides clinical supervision of non-LCSW/LCPC behavioral health staff as necessary. This position reports directly to the Lead Behavioral Health staff.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: This will include but is not limited to:
Accountable for demonstrating the qualities outlined in the The Crusader Way Customer Service Standards of Excellence program when interacting with patients, their families and friends, and fellow employees.
Provide mental health evaluations (within scope of practice and BHP and/or organizational discretion).
Provide substance use evaluations (within scope of practice and BHP and/or organizational discretion).
Provides patient assessment and/or consultation with the care team in determining appropriate referrals for Crusader psychiatry services.
Develop and implement patient-centered, behavioral based individualized plans of treatment with patients
Provide evidenced-based psychotherapy services for individuals for a variety of mental health issues, substance use issues, and/or other behavioral health issues per Illinois state licensure and CMS standards.
As clinically indicated, provide therapeutic interventions to patients and their families and/or their support systems.
Support and coordinate behavioral health care with the patients primary care provider and other providers treating behavioral health.
Monitor patients (in person or by telephone) for changes in clinical symptoms and treatment side effects or complications.
Support psychotropic medication management prescribed by providers, focusing on treatment adherence, attention to side effects, and effectiveness of treatment.
Facilitate patient engagement and follow up on overall health care.
Participate in and provide clinical supervision of non-LCSW/LCPC behavioral health staff as assigned by the Lead Behavioral Health staff.
Provide crisis intervention services within the clinic
Serve as a Qualified Examiner
Document patient progress and treatment recommendations in a timely manner per policy, so that information can be easily shared with providers, and other treating providers and/or clinic staff.
Facilitate referrals for clinically indicated services outside the primary care clinic (e.g. social services such as housing assistance, vocational rehabilitation, mental health specialty care, substance abuse treatment).
Educate clinic staff and community about behavioral health and appropriate referrals process; maintain ongoing working relationship with referral sources on patients progress; assess and make referrals to community resources as necessary.
Provide consultation and education for mental health/addictions/treatment issues with other staff.
Assist in the assessment, planning, arranging, and implementing of behavioral health programs.
Prepare psychosocial educational materials as needed or required.
Provide in-service presentations to staff as needed or required.
Participate in team meetings.
Participate in quality assurance activities.
Participate in recommended CCCA committees.
Perform other related duties as requested by the Lead Behavioral Health staff and/or Chief Strategic and Operations Officer.
Code of Ethics for appropriate professional licensure
Clinical supervision standards
Culturally sensitive care
Masters degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or Human Service related field from an accredited college/university
Active Illinois License (Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Clinical Psychologist)
Experience in mental health clinical service delivery
Training in a variety of therapeutic interventions (such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavior Therapy)
Experience in providing clinical supervision
Previous work experience in a multicultural setting preferred and willingness to enroll in multicultural training if necessary
Equipment: Personal computer, email, facsimile machine, voice mail system, and electronic medical record system
Software Knowledge: Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
Support the mission, goals, and values of the organization
Follow Crusader policies and guidelines
Abide by Code of Ethics for the appropriate professional licensure
Speak respectfully and courteously with employees, patients, outside agencies and the general public
Remain organized and able to multitask in a fast-paced environment where priorities shift daily
Maintain the confidentiality and records of patient data; and confidentiality of organizational strategic initiatives you may be exposed to
Use independent professional judgment
Build effective interpersonal relationship skills with diverse, multicultural individuals and groups
Present facts and recommendations effectively in verbal and written form with the ability to document within an electronic medical record
Provide brief psychotherapy to all age ranges with a wide variety of needs
Maintain professionalism in stressful situations
Manage time effectively
Travel between locations
Work independently with minimum/no supervision
Crusader Community Health serves the Rock River Valley area with quality primary health care for all people in need. CCH provides a comprehensive benefits package which includes: Medical, Dental, Flexible Spending/Health Savings Account, Life Insurance, Accident Coverage, and Critical Illness Coverage. Employees enjoy company paid Life Insurance, Short Term Disability and Long Term Disability, paid Holidays, Personal Days, Paid Time Off hours (PTO) with annual increase, as well as continuing medical education days and monies. Additionally, employees may enroll in the CCH 403(b) Retirement Plan, with employer match after one year of service. CRUSADER COMMUNITY HEALTH IS A NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE CORPS SITE FOR STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENT.
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