Omni Community Health:Omni Community Health is a full-service, statewide behavioral health organization helping to heal children and adults. Our mission is to be the provider of choice for people and agencies needing innovative, quality family and community services which improve lives, by people taking care of people.
The Clinical Therapist is critical to achieving this focus by providing specialized interventions to and for our clients. Omni Community Health employees are required to model the company's mission, vision and values in the course of their employment.
Summary:While providing individual, group and family therapy, participates in interdisciplinary treatment planning by developing an annual comprehensive clinical/psychosocial assessment and crisis intervention consultation.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:• Counsels individuals or groups regarding psychological or emotional/behavioral problems, such as depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, or family situations, using evaluative techniques, and develops and implements therapeutic treatment plan in medical setting and/or in the community. Interviews patients to obtain information concerning medical history or other pertinent information. • Maintain a case load of 10-12 clients per each 8 hours worked. • Establish a written Treatment Plan for each client that will outline therapeutic goals. Therapist must obtain client's signature on treatment plans within thirty days of referral to Therapy Program. • Create a Crisis Plan within two weeks of referral to the provider. • Observes client to detect indications of abnormal physical or mental behavior. • s and administers various inventories such as the Beck Depression Scale and the Burns Anxiety Inventory to entify behavior, measure symptoms, and record results. Reviews results of tests to evaluate client needs. • Responsible for preventing client abuse by adhering to all policies and procedures, attending periodic training, reporting suspicious and inappropriate behavior, and following mandatory abuse reporting requirements. • Responsible for keeping all assigned providers and the clinical supervisor apprised of any potential suicidal behavior/tendencies, any changes in clients' status, alcohol/drug use, child abuse or neglect concerns or harmful tendencies towards others or themselves. • Plans and administers therapeutic treatment, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, behavior modification, dialectal behavior therapy, trauma-focused CBT, and solution-focused therapy, to assist the client in controlling disorders and needs. • Changes method and degree of therapy when indicated by client reactions. • Discusses progress toward goals of Individual Treatment Plan with client, foster parents, administrators, etc. • Consults with medical doctor or other specialists concerning treatment plan and amends plan as ected. Prepare reports and other documentation of client progress. • Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:Must be appropriately licensed or certified (LPCC or LCSW) and have a master's degree, Ed.D, Ed.S., or Ph.D. in the behavioral sciences. An individual with a master's degree who is on a licensure track and under the supervision of a licensed practitioner is acceptable. Candidates must also have a good understanding of clinical diagnoses and interventions to address mental health conditions. One year of pertinent experience is desired working with children with developmental and intellectual and/or physical disabilities required; any equivalent education and experience. Key Success Indicators (KSIs) include: • Clinical Treatment
• Clinical Inventories • Active Client Census
• No-Show Rates
Key Success Indicators:Must be aware of the OCH Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Process and the specific Key Service Indicators (KSI) relevant to the duties and functions of the assigned job. As part of this understanding, the employee will demonstrate behaviors and activities that contribute to the overall quality of the organization's services and processes. These processes include but are not limited to providing quality client care, compliance, productivity, charting/documentation, and risk management. The employee uses the CQI/KSI process as a way to continually self-evaluate and assess quality and outcomes in regard to service delivery and organizational goals as well as a forum to provide/receive bidirectional feedback from Senior Leadership.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:Valid driver's license, proof of automobile insurance, and reliable transportation. Certified in first aid/CPR, Certification in proper de-escalation techniques using Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI), and universal precautions required.
Other Skills and Abilities:Omni Community Health is committed to the philosophy of lifelong learning and expects all employees to continue their personal and professional development. The Clinical Therapist is required to maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.
Other Qualifications:Must be able to work flexible hours and overtime as needed.