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Provides supportive services to help meet patient/family social and emotional needs in relation to the impact of a terminal illness, loss and grief. Provides quality bereavement counseling services in an efficient, effective manner.
Ensures documentation of quality bereavement services meets program standards and regulation. Assists hospice director with planning and development of enhancements to bereavement services. Provides clinical oversight and expertise to bereavement services for hospice families.
Requirements: Minimum of 3 years of supervised experience in health or related field; experience with counseling individual and/or groups regarding loss or hospice experience required. Master's degree in counseling, psychology, social work, family studies or other related discipline required. License per state law to practice required. Valid driver's license and reliable transportation required. Computer literacy and word processing skills required. Demonstrated understanding of grief response required. Working knowledge of community resources/referrals. Excellent communication skills- both written and verbal.