A non-exempt position serving Indian and non-Indian patients/clientele.
Must hold or be eligible for Idaho licensures that meets or exceeds current billable provider standards. LCSW, LMSW or LCPC required, additional SUD certifications preferred. Minimum of six (6) months professional work or academic preparation for working with children and families required. Prior experience working in a tribal setting preferred. Valid driver’s license and evidence of insurability as well as a three-year motor vehicle report required. Clearance from Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Background check required. Licensure must be eligible for reimbursement from private insurance and Medicaid/Medicare.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Establishes and maintains therapeutic relationship with clients.
- Provides individual, family and group counseling to assigned clients during assigned times in authorized settings. Reviews the effectiveness of participation within sessions and recommends revisions to date, time, location, etc. to supervisor.
- Maintains knowledge and understanding of compliance related to HIPAA, confidentiality and patient rights.
- Utilizes departmental and organizational approved protocols and procedures for completing appropriate referrals to psychiatric consultants, outside providers and/or inpatient programs.
- Maintains knowledge and understanding of ethical and professional guidelines as described by profession and Marimn Health.
- Conducts SUD Intake Assessments.
- Maintains knowledge in evidence based programs and demonstrates ability to maintain fidelity of a program as facilitator or co-facilitator of Marimn Health authorized group sessions.
- Completes documentation related to client encounters.
- Actively participates in clinical supervision with Marimn Health Clinical Staff and Consulting Physician(s).
- Maintains current knowledge in ASAM criteria for treatment as well as any other applicable tools identified and utilized in clinical judgment.
- Maintains basic knowledge of mental health issues and diagnosis which are prevalent within the community and client caseload to appropriately coordinate care in dual diagnosis team setting.
- Actively participates in Quality Improvement (QI) activities related to client care and is knowledgeable of QI activities related to the departmental goals and objectives.
- Consults with Marimn Health departments regarding staff development. Develops and facilitates staff workshops.
- Presents workshops for patients in multi-disciplinary programs.
- Other duties as assigned.
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