Mental Health Professional
To provide clinical services which can include group facilitation, individual client sessions, client treatment plan and treatment plan reviews, Diagnostic Assessments, and client case management. Must complete all licensure required documentation. Provide client centered and trauma informed services to ensure clinical service compliance, outcomes, and client safety.
Duties and responsibilities
Complete Diagnostic Assessment for all clients within 10 days of admission to the program or obtain previously completed and valid DA from 180 days prior.
Facilitate treatment groups
Complete Comprehensive Assessments, Assessment Summaries, Service plans, treatment plans and progress notes as required under 245G statute
Set up and implement relapse prevention groups/outpatient treatment and other related program requirements
Attend scheduled staff and clinical meeting
Maintain case files on each client as required using electronic health record
Ongoing evaluation of client needs to make appropriate community and in-house referrals
Work collaboratively with all other agency programs
Maintain ongoing, current, and required training and self-development for best practice
Master’s degree in human services related field or equivalent experience preferred. Must hold a valid license for an LPCC, LPC, LP, LSW, LISW, LICSW, LMFT, LAMFT from either the Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy, MN Board of Social Work, or MN Board of Marriage and Family Therapy. Also three years' experience in the field of chemical dependency with a minimum of two years direct client experience that includes experience in delivery of cognitive behavioral approaches, motivational interviewing and working with co-occurring disorders preferred.
Must have valid driver’s license
Must be certified in CPR and First Aid
Must have received 12 hours of co-occurring training prior to hire
Must have training on trauma informed care and person-centered treatment planning prior to or within 24 hours of hire