The ideal candidate will work a full time, Thursday through Monday schedule. The role of the Licensed Therapist is to provide clinical assessment, treatment planning, and individual and family direct services to their assigned caseload. The Therapist will facilitate group sessions, participate in clinical supervision, and behavioral stafﬁng. The therapist will comply with regulatory standards for documentation based on The Joint Commission, DCF, and state requirements. The qualities and characteristics of the primary therapist include understanding healthy boundaries, compassion, non-judgment, organized, team player, ethical, and creative.
Essential Function/Job Duties
Complete bio-psychosocial assessments with assigned patients
Critically assess assigned patients to provide the best continuum of care
Facilitate therapeutic services, education groups, and family
Conduct individual and family therapy sessions
Timely and accurate completion of documentation
Communicate patient progress with appropriate referral sources and monitoring agencies.
Attend daily treatment team meetings, weekly clinical supervision, and patient behavioral stafﬁng
Utilize empirically supported theoretical orientations and behavioral interventions for creation of individualized treatment plans
Effectively communicate any concerns and utilize multidisciplinary team to develop strategies to modify behaviors
Effective use of multi-culturally competent strategies and approaches to patients in substance use population