This position provides intensive mental health rehabilitation to individuals with a serious and persistent mental health diagnosis, whose skill set deficiencies prevent them from effectively managing mental health symptoms in the community.
The clinician is responsible for monitoring behaviors/symptoms in the home and community, and providing mental health services, case coordination, and emergency response.
Services also include training and counseling related to the following skill sets: anger management, conflict resolution, assertiveness, communication, symptom management (including managing and reducing automatic negative thoughts), coping, decision making, problem solving, social, daily functioning, parenting, and appropriate use of community resources.
Completes all state and Medicaid required documentation in accordance with regulations
Skills & Abilities: QMHP-A, QMHP-C or QPPMH or LMHP
Education: Master’s and/or Bachelor’s Degree in human services field or associate’s degree in a related field (social work, psychology, sociology, counseling, human services)
Experience: One year of paid or volunteer experience providing direct care services to individuals diagnosed with mental illness.
Compensation: (DOE) $14.00 - $20.00
Job Type: Full-time with benefits package