Named after Dr. Warren E. Smith, a prominent African American psychiatrist who was committed to providing quality behavioral healthcare to the underserved. WES, founded in 1992 has experienced significant growth during the last five years and has created an organizational structure to meet the needs of current and future growth.
WES/MTS has exciting opportunities available for Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists and Licensed Clinical Social Workers (Fee-for Service.) Flexible hours are available.
The candidate may perform individual therapy and family therapy with the consumer in the home, school or community.
The candidate may function also function as an Biopsychological Evaluator. The Evaluator will complete an evaluation which will include information in the areas: demographics, presenting problem, history of the problem, developmental history, treatment history, service interventions, consumer medical history, family medical history, social history, occupational/employment history, educational history, biopsychosocial formulation, (discussion)/impact of services provided to the consumer, diagnosis, mental status examination, recommendations for services/treatment, and discharge planning.
The candidate may also provide group counseling services. Group counseling is defined as a process and a relationship between the facilitator and group members who come together to build trust, support and explore ways to express their feelings.