Behavioral Clinician - Adult Community Support Program - Muncie, IN
Meridian Health Services - Muncie, IN

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DESCRIPTION

Are you looking for an exciting career with a growing company?Meridian Health Services is a progressive healthcare organization specializing in WHOLE PERSON health integrating physical, mental and social well-being. The focus on a broader spectrum of health including primary medical care, behavioral health and human services offers a well-rounded approach for happier, healthier patients. Meridian Health Services has been serving the community for over 35 years and is accredited by the Joint Commission.Meridian Health Services is currently seeking a Behaviorial Clinician for its Adult Community Support Program (CSP) in Delaware County.The CSP Program is designed to help adults with severe and persistent mental illness, who are facing particular challenges and barriers to achieving recovery, wellness and self-reliance in everyday living. Meridian Health Services offers an array of treatment options to help people manage their illness to become more independent and thrive in their community.Travel up to 75% is required, candidate must have reliable transportation, valid driver's license & proof of auto insurance.

DUTIES

Interviews clients in crisis situations involving social, emotional, financial, marital, health, or other problems to develop background and details of problems. Assesses and evaluates cases and prepares and implements treatment and case management plans. Counsels clients, assisting them to identify and resolve problems and make effective use of resources. Organizes and conducts support groups for clients. Works closely with families of clients and provides appropriate clinical services to family members including individual counseling and group work. Maintains working relationships with staff of other agencies and institutions, homes, and facilities, and acts as liaison between clients and agency or institution. Works collaboratively with medical staff serving clients. Develops and maintains contact with other agency staff and local service providers to develop specialized services for clients and their families. Assists clients in finding ways of adjusting to changes that will allow for a life style as comfortable as the situation will permit. Encourages clients to do things for themselves to retain feelings of independence and self-esteem. Provides consultation to staff on specific cases involving coordination of care. Prepares and maintains written case records, reports and forms, performs case follow-up and closing, and performs other administrative tasks as required. Supervisor Responsibilities: This job has no supervisory responsibilities.

QUALIFICATIONS

A qualified candidate will posses: Minimum qualificatins: High School Diploma with 2 1/2 years Behavioral Health experience. Preferred qualifications: Bachelor's degree in a human services field with (1) year Behavioral Health experience.Drug test, background check, fingerprinting also required. Meridian Health Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F/D/V) and also participates in E-Verify.Meridian Health Services offers a competitive benefit package for both full and part time employees including: medical, dental/vision, 401k & professional development funds. Interviews clients in crisis situations involving social, emotional, financial, marital, health, or other problems to develop background and details of problems. Assesses and evaluates cases and prepares and implements treatment and case management plans. Counsels clients, assisting them to identify and resolve problems and make effective use of resources. Organizes and conducts support groups for clients. Works closely with families of clients and provides appropriate clinical services to family members including individual counseling and group work. Maintains working relationships with staff of other agencies and institutions, homes, and facilities, and acts as liaison between clients and agency or institution. Works collaboratively with medical staff serving clients. Develops and maintains contact with other agency staff and local service providers to develop specialized services for clients and their families. Assists clients in finding ways of adjusting to changes that will allow for a life style as comfortable as the situation will permit. Encourages clients to do things for themselves to retain feelings of independence and self-esteem. Provides consultation to staff on specific cases involving coordination of care. Prepares and maintains written case records, reports and forms, performs case follow-up and closing, and performs other administrative tasks as required. Supervisor Responsibilities: This job has no supervisory responsibilities.

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