Langhorne , PA 19047
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Deliverables/Principal Results Expected:
- Supervises the counselors in an inpatient Drug and Alcohol treatment center.
- Evaluates potential clients for the appropriate level of care requirements and identifies their DSM IVTR diagnoses, Axis I-V.
- Assists the counselors in the development of the treatment plans.
- Facilitates treatment team meetings and participates in case consults.
- Provides individual and group supervision to the counselors and other staff as assigned.
- Attends shift change and company meetings.
- Maintains caseload as needed.
- Assists the Program Director in developing new programs for the facility.
- Attends trainings as necessary.
- Clerical duties as required for maintenance of client files.
- Listens to clients concerning all areas of treatment.
- Maintains safe, orderly and therapeutic environment for clients including crisis intervention.
- Ensures clinical program occurs daily as scheduled.
- Other duties as assigned
Technical Competencies: Capable of giving appropriate clinical feedback and role modeling to the counselors. Advises counselors on treatment goals. Maintain strong clinical program. Able to work together with staff to effectively meet the needs of the clients. Maintains positive relationship with referral sources and families. Satisfaction Surveys and Chart Monitors meet or exceed 80% including compliance with Licensing and OMSAS regulations. Complete required trainings and mandatory training hours. Strong clinical skills in D&A and mental health treatment. A working knowledge of HIPAA, OMSAS, Licensing and CARF regulations. Strong computer skills.
Job-related Behavioral Characteristics:
Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to problem solve by gathering and analyzing information, working well in an individual/group problem solving situation and showing initiative in problem solving. Maintains professionalism and does not show favoritism. Maintains consistency with clients, staff, visitors and the public. Sound clinical judgment and excellent clinical skills. Ability to handle a crisis situation and react appropriately. Flexibility and adaptable. Abilit to make decisions in an objective and ethical manner. Calm and decisive in crisis situations. Ability to develop and sustain a team environment.
Pyramid CORE Values:
We are committed and proud to live our CORE values and use them to inspire those around us. Our employees are expected to align with these values, behaviors and standards. We are held accountable for upholding these CORE Values: INTEGRITY is striving to be honest, transparent and ethical when dealing with clients, staff and the community. DEDICATION is demonstrating an unwavering commitment to always provide exceptional care and support to those we serve is needed daily. COLLABORATION is a steadfast, team-focused approach; working together to achieve excellence. PASSION is genuine, compelling and relentless desire to improve lives and support Pyramid Healthcares mission.
- A Masters Degree from an accredited college with a major in chemical dependency, psychology, social work, counseling, nursing (with a clinical specialty in administration or the human services) or other related field and 2 years of clinical experience in a health and human services agency which includes 1 year of working directly with the chemically dependent.
- 2) A Bachelors Degree with the same educational requirements and 3 years of clinical experience in a health and human services agency which includes 1 year of working directly with the chemically dependent.
- 3) An Associates Degree with the same educational requirements and 4 years of clinical experience in a health and human services agency which includes 1 year of working directly with the chemically dependent.
- Full certification as an addictions counselor by a statewide certification body, which is a member of a National certification body or certification by another state governments substance abuse counseling certification and 3 years of clinical experience in a health and human services agency which includes 1 year of working directly with the chemically dependent.
Facilitating process group therapy, individual therapy and family therapy. Drug and Alcohol/Mental Health experience. Drug and Alcohol counseling experience preferred. Treatment planning experience. Previous supervisory experience.
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, 401k and more.
We are an EEO employer.