Main Areas of Responsibility:
a. Complete clinical assessments, interpretive summaries, and care planning based on assessment of individual needs, and complete diagnosis based on DSM-5 criteria.
b. Coordinate client care with medical, mental health, and case management staff to address initial, ongoing, and continuing care needs.
c. Coordinate care, discharge planning, and referral with client and families/referents as appropriate.
d. Float between Men’s and Women’s program as a Primary Counselor when requested.
e. Complete individual, group, and family counseling sessions which address the individual needs of the client, including relapse prevention.
f. Complete treatment plan reviews using the ASAM dimensions and attend weekly reviews twice weekly.
a. Bachelor’s degree in Counseling, Psychology, or related field. Equivalent work experience may be substituted for educational requirements.
b. CAC II certification or NAADAC equivalent.
c. Two (2) years of experience treating chemically-dependent individuals using individual and group counseling techniques.
d. If recovering from chemical dependency, prefer a minimum of two years continuous sobriety