Outpatient Therapist/Behavioral Support Specialist Boyd County
Educational Requirements: This position requires a Licensed Masters in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling (or in process of obtaining licensure) or Nursing. The R.N. must have Psychiatric Mental Health Accreditation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Employees will comply with all supervision requirements of their respective Board. A Bachelor’s degree in Counseling, Psychology, or Human Services will be considered.
Duties/Responsibilities: The outpatient therapist must maintain a caseload of consumers and complete accurate, current records of that caseload. This includes the Diagnostic Screening Assessment, Health Assessment (initial and annual), Bio-Psychosocial Assessment (initial and annual), Treatment Plan, Treatment/Service Plan Review, Continuing Care, and Termination Summary. The outpatient therapist will participate in regularly scheduled staffing’s, case conferences, and consultations with other staff, as needed. All other duties outlined in current job description.
Skills/Knowledge: Experience in Behavioral Health setting is a plus. Outpatient therapist will display competency in working with computers and electronic devices necessary for completing their tasks.