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CSU Family Support Staff - Walker House/Rowan County   

Educational Requirements:  High School Education 

Duties/Responsibilities: The Crisis Stabilization Unit Family Support Staff will assist in providing a safe, secure, supervised 24-hour environment for stabilization of psychiatric crisis.  The Crisis Stabilization Unit Family Support Staff will assist the professional staff in necessary shift responsibility e.g., documentation, vital signs and illness educational lectures, supervision of medication self-administration, and setting choice goals, limits and consequences. 

Skills/Knowledge: Experience with SED children preferred.

Outpatient Addictions Counselor - Morgan County  

Educational Requirements:   This position requires a Licensed Masters in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling (or in process of obtaining licensure) and be a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC).

Duties/Responsibilities:       The Addiction Counselor’s primary responsibility is that of screening the person who may have a substance abuse problem, working with this person in individual or group therapy or in a psycho-educational offerings, and/or making a referral to other helping agencies.  All other duties as outlined in current job description. 

Skills/Knowledge:     The counselor must be able to relate in a non-threatening manner to clients, communicate with clients and with other members of their family, work with other members of the staff in a cooperative manner, inject new and innovative ideas in the operation of the program, maintain a sense of calmness in a crisis situation, and act appropriately in these situations.

MOBILE CRISIS THERAPIST - BOYD COUNTY                                 

Educational Requirements:  MA in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work or Nursing.   Must have the credits for a QMHP with crisis and community resource knowledge.  3 years clinical experience preferred.  

Duties/Responsibilities:  Will be responsible for providing crisis intervention strategies and comprehensive evaluations at local hospital emergency rooms, regional detention centers and Pathways’ residential facilities.   Responsible for finding alternative to psychiatric hospitalization when appropriate.

Skills/Knowledge:  Must possess a clear understanding of long-term mental illness and mental retardation.   Must have the ability to relate to those in crisis.  Must possess the communicational and counseling skills necessary to perform the necessary interventions.   Must possess the skills and ability to relate to other professionals; physicians, judges, police, family members and social services staff in a professional and ethical manner.

School Based Outpatient Therapist - Greenup County - Full-Time

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. 

Duties/Responsibilities:   The school based 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 school based 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 working with emotionally disturbed children.  Experience with autistic disorders a plus.

WOMENS Program Supervisor - Addiction/Boyd County

Educational Requirements: Clinical Master’s Degree and/or Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC)

Duties/Responsibilities:  This position is the clinical and administrative supervisor for the assigned areas of the Pathways Addiction Program.  As such, it is responsible for hiring and supervising quality clinical staff and support staff as appropriate to location services.  This person will provide direct clinical services to consumers as well as to act as an advocate for consumers of service.  This person will coordinate with other Pathways program areas and managers, be responsible for proper representation and awareness of Pathways services in the community, create a productive working relationship with all care giving agencies in the area, and have an awareness of the financial structure of the center and be responsible for implementing and adhering to budget requirements. 

Skills/Knowledge:  A working knowledge of the Twelve Step recovery process is necessary.  This position requires organizational skills, as well as knowledge and skills in coordination of service and evaluating treatment modalities.