Works under the supervision of the clinical supervisor and director to provide services to individuals, families, and groups. Performs assessments, testing and evaluation for clients. Provides psychotherapy, consultation, and psycho educational services to a diverse population. Participates in normal on call rotation. Provides community education and consultations , participates in treatment teams. Adheres to the standards of Wyoming Professional License and the rules and regulation for professional standards.
PRIMARY JOB DUTIES
- Is actively engaged in the department, solves problems, participates in strategic planning and contributes positively to workplace moral.
- Provides assessment, diagnosis and treatment behavioral health clients.
- Provides clinically appropriate therapy utilizing best practices whenever possible.
- Achieves a minimum productivity 1200 billable hours yearly
- Participates in on call crisis rotation after hours and assists with walk-in crises during business hours.
- Works positively and collaboratively with courts, law enforcement, physicians, hospital staff, Department of Family Services, Probation Offices, Campbell County School District and other community agencies as applicable.
- Maintains clinical documentation in a manner as required by department policy, the Standards for the Operation of Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Programs, and the Medicaid Policies and Procedures Manual, and in accordance, as applicable with SAMHSA TIPS and TAPS.
- Maintains competence in multicultural issues and demonstrates respect and understanding for people from diverse cultural backgrounds.
- Adheres to established policies and procedures for Behavioral Health services and Campbell County Memorial Hospital.
- Actively engages in departmental quality assurance and utilization management activities and processes to include monthly chart reviews.
- Provides community based psychotherapy to individuals, groups and families as applicable.
- Maintains professional licensure and obtains educational and training experiences required to maintain that licensure.
- Participates in activities to promote mental health and/or the prevention of substance abuse, particularly among children and adolescents, as appropriate.
- Must be free from governmental sanctions involving health care and/or financial practices.
- Complies with the hospital’s Corporate Compliance Program including, but not limited to, the Code of Conduct, laws and regulations, and hospital policies and procedures.
- Demonstrate working knowledge of state and federal laws pertaining to HIPPA, CFR 42 and 45, EMTALA etc.
- Performs other duties as assigned.