PRINCIPLE JOB FUNCTIONS : · Applies appropriate theory that is scientifically sound as a basis for decisions regarding clinical practice · Collects and documents clinical data that is comprehensive, accurate and systematic · Develops a treatment plan and update with specific goals delineating clinical intervention unique to the patient · Facilitate process and educational groups for IOP patients and their family members · Reviews assessments completed by Connections Department (if applicable) and assures completion of the psychosocial assessment for inclusion in the medical record · Communicates with patient, family, treatment team, physician and payors · Manages the utilization of services through concurrent reviews with payors and/or through internal reviews and coordinates discharge planning activities · Networks with peers and other mental health providers to develop the IOP Program · Demonstrate an understanding of and adherence to the Code of Conduct · Conduct reflect the Company's values and a commitment to the Code of Conduct · Adheres to hospital policies and procedures · Performs other duties as requested or required
QUALIFICATIONS : Requires Master's degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or related field and be a Licensed Professional Counselor preferred Chemical Dependency Counselor licensure also. Must have current CPR or attainment within the orientation period. Prefer two years experience in individual, group and/or family therapy. Prefer appropriate experience with population that program serves.
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