The Joseph J. Peter's Institute is seeking a fee-for-service Clinician to join its Survivor Services program, collaborating with PHMC's Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). This candidate must be committed to providing the highest quality clinical services to participants attending Rising Sun FQHC.
Engages primary care patients (children and adults) in trauma-informed psychotherapy within an FQHC.
Collaborates with the primary care providers and the behavioral health consultant to provide interdisciplinary comprehensive care.
Clinician independently manages assessment, diagnostics, treatment planning, and implementation of trauma therapy.
Clinician attends and participates in weekly in interdisciplinary meetings during which patient concerns are explored and problem solved.
Clinician manages scheduling of patients and outreach including case management with outside agencies and supports.
Maintain a full caseload and work on program development to support and improve the financial health of the agency
Develop and maintain clinical utilization at 60%
Attend clinical meetings and scheduled supervision
Provide supervisors with audio or videotaped samples of sessions as required
Ensure the provision of comprehensive case management services to clients at 20% case management utilization.
Maintain clinical records in accordance with agency, managed care, and licensing requirements.
Seep out appropriate professional training.
Assist in developing training programs for other staff.
Assist in developing and implementing new, innovative treatment strategies.
Develop and maintain professional relationships with other agencies.
Must complete initial treatment plan review within the first two visits of client contract.
Complete updated treatment plans every 15th session or 90 days.
Complete progress notes within five working days of session with client.
Follow up appropriately with clients who have missed a session.
Complete discharge summary within fifteen days of termination of date.
Complete and provide statistical reports (case management and clinical hours) at the end of each week/pay period.
Make initial contact with client within five working days of assignment.
Understand the payment source of each client.
Works effectively with other staff and contributes to the team approach of treatment
Ability to meet timelines
Ability to communicate in writing and orally
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software, word processing, spreadsheets and database entry
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
A Master's or Doctoral Degree in a field related to clinical work.
Training in evidence-based practice a must.
Public Health Management Corporation