Pathways Center's Outpatient Treatment program provides services that include, but are not limited to, individual, group, and family education and counseling. This program offers comprehensive, coordinated, and defined services that vary in level of intensity.Outpatient services address a variety of needs such as situational stressors, family relations, interpersonal relationships, mental health issues, life span issues, psychiatric illnesses, addictions, and the needs of victims of abuse and/or trauma. The Outpatient Treatment program works jointly with the persons served to maximize their functioning and manage the symptoms of their current situation. The program is designed to enhance the strengths of the individual through recognized treatment interventions.
The responsibilities for the Licensed Counselor position include but are not limited to the following:
Provide professional level therapeutic services to persons with mental illness and/or addictive disease.
Arrange appointment schedules at optimal intervals to maximize use of work time.
Conduct face to face comprehensive assessments to identify problems and service needs.
Develop individualized service plans to meet third party payer requirements, regulatory guidelines, and individuals needs which are clear, concise, grammatically correct, timely and properly coded.
Provide individual, family or group therapeutic counseling and/or educational and skill development sessions as indicated in the service plan.
Write timely progress notes that relate directly to the treatment outcomes.
Modify treatment plans based on new developments and needs identified by the individual.
Provide crisis intervention services to existing and walk in individuals as needed
May provide services during non-traditional hours as indicated by program needs.
May perform some case management duties to facilitate and ensure communication, linkage, and continuity of care between individuals, physicians, other organizational components, community resources and service providers.
Develop and maintain cooperative working relationships with community service providers and other program components.
This position requires travel between our Coweta MH Clinic in Newnan, GA and our Spalding MH Clinic in Griffin, GA.
Master's degree in a related area from an accredited college or university AND eligibility to be licensed AND Two years of supervised experience in the area of assignment.
Posting ID: 556734596Posted: 2020-05-22