Cumberland Hall has provided comprehensive mental health services
to adolescents and adults for more than 20 years. Since our
establishment in 1987, we have been a trusted and respected member of
the Hopkinsville, Kentucky, community. Cumberland Hall is located
near Fort Campbell Military Base and is 60 minutes north of
Nashville, Tennessee, Cumberland Hall currently serves adolescents
and adults with behavioral and substance abuse issues. Cumberland
Hall is a 97 bed facility.
Job Duties Include:
Delivers psychosocial therapy services to patients and families to
resolve emotional, behavioral, or interpersonal problems; directs and
provides case management services. To perform this job successfully,
an individual must be able to perform each primary duty
satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of
knowledge, skill, and ability required. Reasonable accommodations may
be made to enable individuals with disabilities who are otherwise
qualified to perform the primary functions.
• Supports and implements program philosophy.
Maintains high quality documentation of all therapy services
consistent with facility policies.
• Completes all
required documentation in a timely fashion and meets all deadlines as
established by facility policies and procedures.
Maintains the highest professional ethical standards and all legal
requirements and promptly informs Clinical Services Director of any
observed violations in others.
• Assesses patients’
needs regularly and assists in the developing and updating of the
Master Treatment Plan.
• Makes progress reports to, and
contacts with, each referral agency representative and with each
significant other as required.
• Makes telephone calls as
appropriate to families, guardians, and relevant third parties to
give and get information concerning assigned patients, according to
• Works closely with other personnel to ensure
that each treatment modality is appropriate for the patient.
• Plans for and/or assists other departments in the discharge,
aftercare planning and aftercare follow up of assigned patients.
• Provides individual and family therapy to assigned patients
and their families consistent with established techniques, methods
and theories of the relevant professional literature.
Provides group therapy to assigned patients consistent with
established techniques and methods of the relevant professional
• Exercises sound judgment in making
therapeutic decisions concerning assigned cases.
Prepares written progress reports as required by facility policies.
• Ensure positive relationships with referral sources and
• Demonstrates the ability to conduct risk
assessments regarding the following: danger to self
(suicide/self-injurious behaviors/self-care); danger to others
(potential for aggression, including physical assault, homicide,
other); elopement; sexual predation/acting out; other behaviors that
place the patient or others in danger.
Education: Graduate of an accredited school with a master’s
degree in psychology, social work, or professional counseling.
Experience: Two or more years’ experience in a mental
health setting preferred. Must possess knowledge of major aspects of
psychiatric treatment of population served.
Licenses/Certificates: Licensed, or license eligible, as a social
worker, marriage and family counselor or professional counselor per
the state of Kentucky’s licensure and regulation standards for
a mental health professional.
Universal Health Services - 17 months ago