Provides direct clinical and psychological services on an inpatient and outpatient basis. Performs a wide range of psychological assessment including but not limited to neuropsychological, personality, intellectual, competency/need for guardianship, geriatrics, dementia, and various assessments for adults and youth.
Provides psychotherapy including individual, family, marital, group, adult, youth, and partial hospitalization as needed. Provides various counseling and psychological services to numerous referral services, governmental agencies, EAPs, PPOs, HMOs, etc. Provides services/treatment to many of the major psychiatric diagnoses including but not limited to anxiety disorders, depression, co-dependency, sexual abuse, sexual perpetration, life crisis, marital conflict, etc.
Insures that psychological services are state-of-the art and maintains appropriate levels of working inventory of testing materials. Participates in multidisciplinary staffings and documents progress of patients accordingly. Maintains medical records according to policy and in a timely fashion to facilitate treatment. The Licensed Counseling/Clinical Psychologist is a productive member of a professional treatment team consistent with department policies and standards.