Psychiatric Clinician (LCSW, LMFT, LPC) - IOP Adolescent Dual
Company: Hartford HealthCare
Posted on: September 21, 2023
Description Job Schedule: Full Time Standard Hours: 40 Job
Shift: Shift 1 Shift Details: Work where every moment matters.
Every day, over 30,000 Hartford HealthCare colleagues come to work
with one thing in common: Pride in what we do, knowing every moment
matters here. We invite you to become part of Connecticut's most
comprehensive healthcare network. Charlotte Hungerford Hospital is
a 122-bed, general acute care community hospital located in
Torrington, Connecticut, that serves as a regional health care
resource for the 100,000 residents of Litchfield County and
Northwest Connecticut. CHH offers personalized attention from an
expert team of caregivers and physicians that utilize advanced
technology and clinical partnerships in a convenient, safe and
comfortable patient environment. The Adolescent IOP Clinician
position works within the CHH Department of Psychiatry and in
collaboration with our Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health
outpatient services. We focus on the child, as well as the
environment around the child and promote a strength based approach
to healing. Clinicians are trained in a variety of evidence based
models related to the program that they are assigned to. Working in
this agency allows opportunity to create an individualized, and
safe therapeutic space for healing. It also offers a rich learning
environment, opportunity for multidisciplinary and multicultural
team work; creative group development as well as community
engagement and collaboration. Job Summary The Licensed Psychiatric
Clinician is a Masters prepared Licensed Clinical Social Worker
(LCSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), or Licensed
Professional Counselor (LPC). The Licensed Psychiatric Clinician is
responsible for the assessment, treatment planning and delivery of
outpatient behavioral health therapy services under the clinical
direction of the Department of Psychiatry Medical Director as a
member of a multidisciplinary treatment team. ESSENTIAL
- Responsible for completing individual patient comprehensive
assessments that include diagnosis of patients utilizing the
Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders.
Identifies and communicates appropriate information gathered from
patient, family, community, prior medical history and colleagues to
other members of the multidisciplinary treatment team. Formulates
understanding of each case and develops initial and recurring
treatment plans with each patient. Performs suicide risk
assessments, violence risk assessments, and mental status
examinations. Facilitates referrals to higher levels of care.
Completes all clinical documentation following Joint Commission and
CMS regulatory requirements
- Performs responsibilities of a mandatory reporter under state
statute by making child abuse reports, elder abuse reports, and
reports on behalf of individuals with disabilities. Provides
testimony in courts of law as an expert witness as required by the
State of Connecticut or the hospital.
- Provides primarily group therapy, individual and family as
indicated, and crisis intervention services to assigned case load
utilizing the highest quality current standards for psychotherapy
within the mental health field.
- Engagement of individuals or families in the development of
individualized written person centered treatment plans at admission
and at required intervals during patients' course of
- Provision of individual, family, and group therapy utilizing
established clinical best practices for each modality.
- Conduct suicide, homicide, and mental status assessments for
patients presenting with high risk behaviors and symptoms.
- Dictated/written documentation of comprehensive assessments,
treatment plans, progress notes, and case management collateral
contacts that meet established Joint Commission, state regulatory
and corporate compliance criteria.
- Provides clinical supervision as assigned to unlicensed
clinicians and interns Qualifications Qualifications
- Master's degree in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, or
M.S. in Counseling.
- Minimum of three years of child and adolescent clinical
experience in a psychiatric setting.
- Work experience in working in a Partial Hospital Program (PHP)
or Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) As a Hartford HealthCare
entity, Charlotte Hungerford Hospital provides eligible employees
with an extensive benefits package consisting of:
- Medical and dental benefits
- 401(k) plan with employer match
- Generous paid time off with accrual starting on the date of
hire, including six paid holidays
- Additional voluntary benefits as well as employee discount
programs With locations around the state, Hartford HealthCare
offers exciting opportunities for career development and growth.
Here, you are part of an organization on the cutting edge - helping
to bring new technologies, breakthrough treatments and community
education to countless men, women and children. We know that a
thriving organization starts with thriving employees- we provide a
competitive benefits program designed to ensure work/life balance.
Every moment matters. And this is your moment.
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