Therapist - Mental Health in Henryville, Indiana at Crown Services, Inc

Date Posted: 1/17/2021

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Job Description

Therapist needed for recovery addiction facility in Henryville, Indiana!

The primary therapist provides intensive, professional counseling services to a caseload of clients with a primary diagnosis of alcohol and/or drug addiction. Oversees implementation of treatment plans. Has regular contact with referral sources. Identifies family issues needing addressing before discharge. Plans treatment services as required.

There will be some flexibility in hours worked. Salary will be dependent on degree/license and experience.

Must be Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW or LMHP) OR Masters in Social Work OR Social Worker with 3-5 years of experience and their CADC (drugs and alcohol counseling certification).

Crown Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V

Job Requirements

1. Assess assigned clients and develop individualized treatment plans.

2. Completes assessments and other required documentation according to policy to procedure.

3. Conduct individual counseling session with assigned clients.

4. Document individual counseling sessions with assigned clients in accordance with facility policy and procedures, State regulations and The Joint Commission standards within the established time frame. 5. Conduct group therapy sessions on a regular basis as scheduled.

6. Document individual and group therapy sessions within established time frames and according to policies and procedures.

7. Demonstrate thorough knowledge of counseling theory and techniques.

8. Demonstrate adequate knowledge of DSM-5.

9. Develop and implement appropriate therapeutic activities and/or programs.

10. Address issues identified in the treatment plans and focus on problems that occur.

11. Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of group process, mental illness/substance abuse, developmental disabilities, and other designated skill areas.

12. Conduct emergency counseling sessions as needed.

13. Appropriately de-escalate disruptive or crisis situations.

14. Be appropriately available to clients during times of emotional, physical or life crisis.