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02/21/2019 

Smith Transitional and Rehabilitation is looking to hire licensed and licensed eligible professionals.
Company Name:  Smith Transitional and Rehabilitation Services, Inc. (STARS, Inc.)
Position Titles:  Family Counselor/Individual Counselor /CCFA-Wrap Provider
POSITION DESCRIPTIONS: 
Family Counselor- provides family therapy and participates in a multidisciplinary team that utilizes the multi-systemic theory approach to provide intensive family intervention services to children with severe behavioral and emotional needs, ages 5-21.  Family counselor is responsible for providing family therapy to children and families on an IFI team at least 2 times per month per case. We serve children in the foster care, DJJ, and community settings.  The hours are flexible, local travel required; home computer a must, pay is competitive, eligible for travel reimbursement.
Position Requirements:  Must be a fully licensed, LPC/LCSW/LMFT, willing to travel and have a desire to make a difference in the lives of children and families in need.
Individual Counselor- provides individual counseling on the IFI team to children and adolescents.  Responsible for completing the CANS Assessment, updating the treatment plan, and completes required documentation in a timely manner.  Travel is required, a home computer a must, pay is competitive, eligible for travel reimbursement; must be willing to provide at least 2 contacts per week per case.
Position Requirements:  Must be a fully licensed, LPC/LCSW/LMFT or licensed eligible and willing to travel and have a desire to make a difference in the lives of children and families in need.
CCFA/Wrap Provider-Provides intensive in-home counseling and case management to children and their families in DFCS custody; completes CCFA Assessments, Supervised Visits, Home Evaluations, etc.; travel is required, home computer a must, eligible for travel reimbursement, pay is competitive.
Position Requirements:  Must have a bachelor’s degree and must be willing to travel and have a desire to make a difference in the lives of children and families in need.  

Starting Pay:
LCSW/LPC=$40.00-$50.00 per hour (based on experience)
LMSW/LAPC=$30.00-$38.00 per hour (based on experience)
MSW/MS=$20.00-$28.00 per hour (based on experience)
BA/BS/BSW=$15.00-$18.00 per hour (based on experience)

Contact Information:  If you are interested in any of these positions please email your resume and cover letter to [email protected]

Closing Date:  4/1/2019

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02/21/2019 

 ACCESS EMPLOYMENT GROUP, LLC is seeking MCRS Clinical Behavioral Health First Responders for several counties in GA. If interested, send  resume to [email protected]:
For this position, you MUST:
-Master's Degree and current LPC or LCSW
-Have reliable transportation (ability to respond within 1 hour)
-Have the ability to work FT between the hours of 4PM-12:30AM OR 12:00AM-8:30PM
-Be able to pass: Background Test, Drug Test, BAT and MVR
-Have computer knowledge and proficiency
We do have PT positions available, for those, you must be able to work one of the above schedules on Saturday AND Sunday.
For Full Time, full benefits are provided and you do have PTO/Sick time
For Part Time, you will have access to Dental/Vision
Hourly range is $25-$27 per hour
If you are interested and not currently licensed but will be in the next 90 days, we are still able to work with these candidates.
All of these positions are URGENT fills meaning we are moving quickly. LaGrange, Athens or Swainsboro areas are high priority areas.
Next Steps:
-Once I hear back from you regarding your interest, I will send your information over and the process will continue. From interest to start date usually takes 1-2 weeks.

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02/15/2019 

NEWPORT INTEGRATED BEHAIVORAL HEALTHCARE, Inc is seeking licensed full-time therapists with experience in co-occurring diseases to work in a residential and outpatient substance abuse and mental health facility. All candidates should please email resumes to [email protected]

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02/15/2019

HRSA’s Substance Use Disorder Regional Virtual Job Fairs February and March 2019    VIRTUAL JOB FAIR

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Director of Accountability Court. Please click here to view a listing of all posted position(s). Interested applicants should apply by the closing date on the announcement.
https://superior-court-of-fulton-county.careerplug.com/account

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02/12/2019

We are seeking to hire a part-time or full-time licensed clinician (LPC, LMFT, LCSW) to join our group practice in the west metro Atlanta area. Ideal applicants will be skilled in evidence-based treatment interventions for children/adolescent population with behavioral, social, and emotional concerns. Submit cover letter and resumes via [email protected]
or Fax to (678) 941-3217

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Fulton County, Georgia State Court
Title: DUI Treatment Court Litigation Manager
Class Code: 303284
EEO Code: B
FLSA Status: Exempt
JOB SUMMARY
Supervises a case load managing the care of behavioral health Participants who become involved in the courts.This position is responsible for providing administrative, clerical, and case management support to the DUI Treatment Court Program Behavioral Health Program Manager (Behavioral Health Program Manager) within the State Court, Accountability Courts program. The incumbent will work directly with individuals diagnosed with substance use or other mental health disorders. This position works under the supervision of the Behavioral Health Program Manager.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
This job description indicates, in general, the nature and level of work, knowledge, skills, abilities, and other essential functions (as covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act) expected of the incumbent. It is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of all activities, duties, or responsibilities. Incumbent may be asked to perform other duties as required.
Primary Duties:
• Manages assigned client caseload, including interpreting and enforcing policies and procedures, resolving issues, and administering disciplinary action as required
• Consults with assigned staff regarding clinical procedures
• Provides crisis intervention and stabilization
• Conducts RISK/NEEDS assessment
• Conducts clinical evaluations
• Initiates case follow-up
• Assesses client progress toward goals and monitors compliance
• Evaluates the effectiveness of clinical services
• Audits client charts for staff compliance with established documentation and standards
• Coordinates and makes referrals with inter- and intra-agency services for participants
• Responsible for reviewing program compliance, identifying problem areas, and recommending changes to improve program performance and services
• Responsible for the eligibility process
• Tracks participant demographics and program status for grant reporting
• Prepares, updates, and maintains offender files in an orderly manner
• Maintains databases for DUI Treatment Court
• Coordinates with treatment provider on updating court information
• Provides necessary information to treatment providers and other team members
• Oversees drug screening process: recording information and reporting information to the team
• Observe and collect drug screen as needed
• Primary Case Manager for residential placements of participants
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Job Description
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• Provides necessary information to residential treatment providers
• Obtains information from residential treatment providers for accurate, up-to-date records
• Attends weekly status review meetings and court sessions
• Prepares materials for staffing meetings
• Responsible for accurate maintenance and timely updates of the participant fee database
• Provides accurate reports to the Behavioral Health Program Manager to facilitate fulfillment of grant objectives
• Prepares graduation certificates and programs
• Prepares phasing certificates
• Keeps track of program sanctions and incentives for participants
• Maintains confidentiality of sensitive materials and information as outlined in state and federal regulations including HIPAA and CFR 42 and agency policy; Upholds ethical code and expectations as outlined by agency policy and professional licensing/accreditation boards, as applicable
• Reviews and reprioritizes complex and urgent case issues
• Disseminates and provides information to the treatment team and participants in team discussion of participants’ goals, objections, motivations, and compliance
• Participates in all required trainings and effectively utilizes training materials in current work assignments
• Provides psycho-educational instruction in areas such as social skills, communication skills, parenting skills, mental illness management, relapse prevention, and drug and alcohol education
• Develops standard operating procedures for assigned function area
• Serves as an agency liaison to the community; creates networks in the community by participating in community organizations, meetings, activities, and events related to behavioral health
Court Administration: Provides administrative assistance to the Behavioral Health Program Manager who is charged with orchestrating multi-faceted services required to ensure maximum efficiency of operation of the Program. Attends all status review meetings, reporting on caseload progress to the team; in court, updates spreadsheets/database per court session reporting; facilitates sanctioning by the judge.
Case Flow Management: Creates and maintains accurate files on all participants referred to the Fulton County DUI Treatment Court Program. Tracks all participants from beginning involvement to completion or termination. Creates a case management plan for each participant and monitors for compliance. Provides updated information regarding non-compliant offenders to the team. Maintains high level of confidentiality in the office as per federal regulations. Enters accurate data in the case management system.
Supervisory Controls: Incumbent must perform duties without extensive supervision. Work is assigned in general terms, requiring the incumbent to determine the process by which the work should be completed. Adheres to standing instructions of the Behavioral Health Program Manager.
Complexity: The work ranges from low to high level of tasks to providing complex, extensive, and professional work for DUI Treatment Court. In addition, the work of this position involves performing
Fulton County, Georgia State Court
Job Description
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various administrative and accounting duties. A high degree of time management skills are necessary in this position.
Scope and Effect: The purpose of the work is to perform various clerical, administrative, and fiscal duties needed to provide multi-faceted support to the Behavioral Health Program Manager. The work product or service provided by the incumbent affects the accuracy, reliability, or acceptability of further process or services from DUI Treatment Court. Successful implementation of the work can result in the continuance of funding. Errors in this area will be problematic in relation to continued funding and the ability of the DUI Treatment Court to successfully change the way that the criminal justice system deals with offenders with a substance related problem.
Personal Contacts: Contacts are typically with coworkers, Judges, staffs of Judges, Prosecutor, Public Defender, Probation Services, Law Enforcement, Treatment Providers, County agencies, Community agencies, attorneys, criminal defendants, and the general public.
Purpose of Contacts: Contacts are typically to obtain, clarify, or give facts of information and to provide services.
Fiscal Administration: Responsible for maintenance of fees in the Program, including maintaining spreadsheet of individual participant progress/lack of progress in payments; recording deposits and delivering the totals to the Behavioral Health Program Manager for verification.
QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
General knowledge of County organizational structure and Treatment Services basic operations. Principles and practices of client confidentiality. Principles and practices of behavioral health case management. Laws, rules, and regulations governing behavioral health programs. General office practices, procedures, equipment, and technology. Organizing and prioritizing work. Interpreting and enforcing rules, regulations, policies, and procedures. Analyzing complex data related to clinical findings. Interviewing and assessing Participants, developing appropriate case management plans, and prioritizing client needs based on collected information. Interacting effectively with participants from diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. Providing effective crisis intervention and behavioral health case management. Providing life skills development and support. Documenting information gathered from participants. Applying prevention and intervention strategies. Coordinating behavioral health program activities. Understanding, using, and explaining Court-specific computer applications to manage court processes, gather and analyze statistics, and create reports. Preparing and delivering effective presentations. Communicating effectively in writing. Building sustainable working relationships with other County personnel, officials, and the public. Communicating effectively with coworkers, supervisor, and the public. Generating enthusiasm and support for program objectives. Demonstrates proficiency in oral and written communications. Extensive experience and skill in developing effective working relationships with other departments and the general public. Demonstrates skill in developing and maintaining positive customer relations. Extensive skill in operating a personal computer, various software applications, Internet, and multimedia program.
Fulton County, Georgia State Court
Job Description
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Preferred -Techniques used in psychopathology and diagnostic interviews. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual ' Five Edition (DSM-V) diagnostic impressions. Theories and methodologies in personality and psychotherapy. Life span developmental theories and methodologies. Medical and pharmacological terminology. Prevention and intervention treatment models. Principles and practices of psychotherapy. Techniques used to conduct individual, group, and family therapy. Principles and practices of conducting clinical evaluations.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Criminal Justice, Sociology, or Business Administration is preferred. Experiential requirements include two continuous years of administrative or case management experience and any combination of education and experience that provides the required knowledge and skills. Incumbent must be able to work in the fast-paced environment of the courts under limited supervision. Must be detail-oriented and work well under pressure. Must be familiar with HIPAA and Federal Confidentiality rule 42 CFR regulations.
Preferred qualifications- Master's degree in psychology, social work, or related field supplemented by training as a social worker, professional counselor, marriage and family counselor, psychiatric nurse, psychologist, or rehabilitation counselor. Incumbent seeking licensure must be under the supervision of a licensed professional. Experience in working with the criminal justice population.
Licensing Requirements:
May require valid Georgia Driver's License. May require State of Georgia License as a professional counselor, clinical social worker, marriage and family therapist, psychologist, psychiatric nurse, or rehabilitation counselor.
Physical Requirements:
Work is typically performed in an office-like environment. May work in high conflict situations and with difficult, sometimes dangerous parties. Positions in this class typically require sitting, standing, walking, fingering, driving, talking, hearing, and seeing. Sedentary Work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally, and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.
EXAMINATION:
The examination will consist of an evaluation of education and experience accomplished by analysis of the application. Application must document that the applicant possesses the minimum knowledge, skills, education and experience as listed to be rated as qualified. If selected, an official, accredited college transcript is required for all degrees/course work used to qualify for this position.
TO APPLY:
Resumes with letters of interest may be sent to the State Court Administrator’s Office via email: [email protected]

 

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02/11/2019

SkyeHelps, LLC is seeking a LPC or LCSW to join either of our private practices in Dahlonega, Georgia or Saint Simons Island, Georgia. Please contact us for more information by emailing [email protected]

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Therapeutic Foster Care Case Manager

Goshen Homes is seeking a full time Therapeutic Case Manager to supervise and support foster child placements and foster homes in the Cherokee County, Georgia area. The Goshen Valley Foundation is made up of the Goshen Valley Boys Ranch (Residential Group Homes for Boys), Goshen New Beginnings (Independent and Supported Living program for youth age 18 plus) and Goshen Homes (Foster Care) and is a faith-based organization dedicated to change through service to others. Goshen Homes specializes in the placement of sibling groups and preservation of the sibling bond.

Educational Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree in the Social Services field is preferred or a Master’s Degree in a related field with one year of experience working with children and families.
  • Preference given to individuals who have successfully completed State of Georgia Foundations training, IMPACT certified trainer and possess a valid license in counseling or social work.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Participate in all aspects of placements of foster children in the Goshen Homes Foster Homes.
  • Participation in the admissions process and placement of the child in the foster home, develop an individualized services plan (ISP) and assist with its implementation that includes the child’s medical, dental, educational and therapeutic services.
  • Assist the child’s custodian and birth family in establishing a visitation plan by planning, providing transportation, supervision and coaching to the birth family to assist with healthy interactions.
  • Be the point of contact for the foster parent, DFCS, Court Systems, Guardian ad litem, Court Appointed Special Advocates, school systems, medical/dental providers, therapists/Community Support Individuals and other professionals involved in working with the child.
  • Be a resource, support and coach for the birth parent to assist in facilitation of reunification.
  • Utilize clinical skills to teach healthy coping mechanisms and manage behaviors for the children as the children work through the trauma resulting in the need for foster care, separation from the birth family and entrance into a foster home
  • Providing support and supervision to the foster parents as they develop a relationship with the child and the birth family.
  • Document into the State of Georgia Data systems (GA SCORE and GA SHINES) as well as the agency’s electronic files while maintaining superior information and documentation on the foster child and the foster parents.
  • Conducting home visits to insure the child’s needs are met in the foster home and the placement is stable while supporting the foster parent.
  • Participate in an on-call system to manage after hours crisis.
  • Early evening and weekend hours are required to do visits in the foster home and to supervise birth family visits.
  • Develop, participate and lead pre-service trainings to prepare families to foster and ongoing training to enhance the foster parents’ knowledge.
  • Ability to understand, communicate and implement TBRI principles within the foster homes.

Special Conditions:    submit cover letter and resume to [email protected] 

  • Preferably reside in Cherokee County Georgia or a maximum of 20 miles of Cherokee County.
  • Must be able and to provide transportation for children and birth families as needed.
  • Must be able to complete some out of town trainings that can require overnight travel for up to a week. Travel is reimbursed by Goshen Homes.

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Career Opportunities:  Behavioral Health Link (BHL) -- a leader in integrated crisis intervention and access management services that empower individuals in behavioral health crisis or a crisis related to an intellectual disability to obtain and sustain a life of recovery and resilience. Employees are eligible for benefits 1st of the month after 30 days of hire. Our total compensation package is very competitive and includes Medical/Dental/Vision.401k/PTO Accrual (Sick and Vacation)
BHL is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to affording opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, status as a covered veteran or any other protected category, in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.
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**Currently Seeking**
Crisis Contact Center

Position: Care Consultant
Atlanta (Downtown)
Work Status: FT (40 hrs/week)
Work Schedule: Based on business needs
Role: Conducts telephonic interviews to gather appropriate data, primarily demographic, necessary to link individuals to the appropriate service using established protocols. Working in tandem with Clinicians, Care Consultants assist with the screening process to support Clinicians and individuals served in the triage and referral process.
Education:
• Graduate of an accredited four year college or university with a minimum of 3 years of direct behavioral health experience.
or
• Masters degree with a minimum of 1 year of direct behavioral health experience.
Experience:
• Minimum of 6 months progressive responsible experience. Demonstrated knowledge of office procedure and protocols as well as various office equipment including personal computers, fax machines, and multi-telephone systems
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Position: Clinician
Location: Atlanta (Downtown)
Work Status: FT (40 hrs/week) or PT (28 hrs or less/week)
Work Schedule: Based on business needs (Weekend Shifts Immediate Hire)
Role: Screens, assesses, triages and provides telephonic crisis intervention/de-escalation to assist in crisis in identifying concerns with mental illness, developmental disabilities or substance abuse and collaboratively determining an immediate course of action. Utilizes assessment information and community resources to provide information and/or linkage and referral to services. Completes appropriate documentation in accordance with established policies and procedures. Provide crisis intervention services, screening and consultation, including case management.
Education:
• Masters degree in behavioral health discipline with a valid license to practice in the state of Georgia as a LAPC, LPC, LMSW, or LCSW
Experience:
• Board licensure required. If associate licensed, affidavit for supervision is required.
• Minimum of 3 years direct behavioral health experience.
• Telephone triage experience preferred.
• Knowledge of DSM IV diagnosis, inpatient psychiatric treatment protocols, brief therapy and chemical intervention protocols and skills, medical models, and psychotropic medications.
• Familiarity with full range of treatment options and mental health service delivery systems.

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Mobile Crisis Program

Board Certified Behavioral Analyst- IDD First Responder (Masters degree in related field. BCBA with 2 years experience required)
Conduct crisis de-escalation, rapid assessment of strengths, problems and needs; psycho-education, brief behavioral support and intervention; and referral to appropriate services and supports. Provide short-term linkage and referral between persons in crisis and the appropriate or IDD services and supports, while reducing the rate of hospitalization, incarceration, out of home placement and unnecessary emergency room visits.
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BH First Responder (Masters degree in related field with a license to practice in the state of Georgia as a LPC, LCSW)
Provide community-based, face-to-face, rapid response to children and adults with behavioral health conditions, intellectual/developmental disabilities in an active state of crisis. This service operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. MCRS is provided in community settings including, but not limited to: homes, residential settings, other treatment/support settings, schools, hospital emergency departments, jails, and social service settings. Initiate 1013/1014 as needed
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IDD Field Care Consultants (High school diploma. Bachelor's degree preferred. Must have valid BCaBA or RBT)
BMCRS is provided in community settings including, but not limited to: homes, residential settings, other treatment/support settings, schools, hospital emergency departments, jails, and social service settings, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The IDDFCC serves as second responder by providing community-based, face-to-face, rapid response to children and adults with behavioral health conditions, intellectual/developmental disabilities, and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in an active state of crisis

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Interested & qualified associates should email their resume with Appropriate Job Title as subject line to [email protected]
We appreciate your interest. However, due to the number of applications received, we are unable to provide status information either by phone or email. All qualified applicants will be considered, but may not necessarily receive an interview. Selected applicants will be contacted for next steps in the selection process. Applicants who are not selected will not be notified.

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Located in Atlanta, Skyland Trail is a nationally recognized nonprofit psychiatric treatment organization offering residential and day treatment programs for adults ages 18 and older. We treat adults with bipolar illness, major depression, schizophrenia, and anxiety disorders. We specialize in treating clients with complex diagnoses involving co-occurring substance misuse, anxiety, or personality disorders. A specialized program helps young adults navigate their first episode of psychosis. Our holistic treatment model integrates strategies to help clients improve mental health, physical wellness, social relationships, and school or career success. Not a one-size-fits all approach, evidence-based specialized programs help match each client with the most appropriate treatment strategies and experts to help them make progress and reclaim their lives. Skyland Trail is accredited by The Joint Commission and has offered evidence-based treatment for 30 years. We are looking to add the following roles to our team:

 DBT Primary Counselor

Work as part of a multidisciplinary team to help adults in a residential psychiatric treatment program learn mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance and interpersonal skills to prevent crises and hospitalization and discover a life worth living.

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=41343&clientkey=203DBE1E4B9DE1C9781696CC032407D4

 Flex Primary Counselor

Work as part of a multidisciplinary team to help adults in a residential psychiatric treatment program reduce symptoms and improve functionality. Work one-on-one and in therapeutic groups with adults diagnosed with mood, thought, and anxiety disorders, often with co-occurring substance use.

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=41480&clientkey=203DBE1E4B9DE1C9781696CC032407D4

 You can apply online at www.skylandtrail.org/about/careers , or forward your resumes to [email protected].

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02/06/2019

GROW Counseling has 4 offices in the Metro ATLANTA area: Peachtree City, Buckhead, Suwannee, and Alpharetta. We are currently seeking therapist in all locations due to demand. Specifically, we are looking for therapists who see children (3 and up), couples, addiction (non-12 step), and men.

GROW is a private pay, team-based practice that focuses on the health of the whole-person. Each therapist is a 1099 contractor and is responsible for maintaining their own license and building their own caseload.

Please send your resume to [email protected] with a cover letter and desired location(s) where you would like to work.

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02/05/19

Newport Integrated Behavioral Healthcare, Inc is seeking licensed full-time therapists with experience in co-occurring diseases to work in a residential and outpatient substance abuse and mental health facility. All candidates should please email resumes to [email protected]

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02/04/2019

Seeking Fully Licensed Clinical Social Worker for a part-time position in a Private Practice.
Preference will be given to the clinician who is already paneled with Medicaid, Medicare, and Private insurance panels (primarily Ambetter/BCBSGA, Tricare, and UHC).
Client based will include clients of all populations and demographics. The majority of our clients are military and children. We also have a good population of couples.

The position starting off will be part-time and can shift into a full-time position. The work hours are 2PM – 7PM Monday – Thursday.

Located in Hinesville, GA Liberty County
Please send resume only to [email protected]

 

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02/03/2019

DeKalb County Accountability Courts
Counselor Position
Job title: Counselor
Work Location: Decatur, GA
Agency: DeKalb County Accountability Courts
Reports to: Clinical Coordinator
 Full-time  Contractor (up to 40 hours per week)
 Part-time  Exempt
 Nonexempt
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
With a focus on high-risk individuals, the Counselor will provide individual counseling for Accountability Court participants and facilitate evidence-based curriculums in group settings.
• Develop and update individual treatment plans
• Maintain supporting documentation for participants
• Work within a multi-disciplinary Accountability Court Treatment Team to monitor participants’ progress throughout program
• Available to conduct evening groups 2-3 nights per week
• Attend weekly court sessions (times may vary)
• Maintain confidentiality regarding all participants, conversations and referrals
• Maintain compliance with all department/program policies and procedures
• Conduct random drug screens (via same sex observations)
Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:
Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Public Health, Criminal Justice or related field preferred. LMSW, LCSW, LAPC, LPC or CAC required. A minimum of two years of experience working within the criminal justice system, addiction counseling or related field. Prefer direct experience working within an accountability court model, and experience with delivering evidence-based practices. Preference will be given to those who are certified in Thinking for a Change, CBI- SA (University of Cincinnati), and/or MRT.
Skill Requirements:
• Excellent verbal, listening and written communication skills, including ability to effectively communicate with internal and external customers
• Effective conflict resolution and negotiations skills
• Effective stress and time-management skills
• Basic computer proficiency (MS Word, MS Outlook, Internet, etc.)
• Sound work ethics, fairness and cultural sensitivity
Application Instructions:
Please submit a cover letter, resume, salary summary and references to the Accountability Courts Director, Fredericka Dent ([email protected]) and copy Deputy Director, Connie Morris ([email protected]). Position(s) are open until filled.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

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Come join our thriving private practice just south of Atlanta! The Life Change Group in Peachtree City is already growing in 2019! We are looking for a full-time and part-time Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) to join our private practice. We provide individual, family, couples/relationship, and group counseling services in a supportive, professional office.
Job Functions:
• Provide individual, family, couples, and/or group counseling services
• Write clinical documentation and collaborate with other medical providers
• Availability to work daytime and afternoon/evening hours
• Work in a highly professional and ethical manner
Required Qualifications:
• Must be fully licensed therapist
• Have a desire to be a part of an established group practice
• Experience with individual, couples, and/or family counseling
• Experience in treating adolescents and/or adult populations
• Outpatient counseling experience
• Exceptional clinical and interpersonal skills
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Preferred Qualifications:
• Current or previous insurance credentials
• Special population training
• Additional certifications or credentials
• 2-3+ years post-licensure experience
Benefits of joining our team:
• Being a part of an established group practice in a growing area
• Weekly consultation groups
• Collaboration among colleagues
• Referrals from within the group and the community
• Administrative, front office, insurance verification, and billing support
• Beautifully furnished and well-maintained office space
• Marketing and marketing materials provided.
*If you are interested in being a part of our group practice, please send your vitae and three professional references.*
We look forward to meeting you!


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Please submit your resume and a cover letter to [email protected]

Are you tired of your 9-5 job? Looking for a work environment that offers a great atmosphere and flexibility in scheduling?
Abundant Living Counseling of Rome, PC, is a locally owned, faith based private practice specializing in women's mental health needs. We are seeking a licensed mental health professional who has experience assessing and treating women who are struggling with anxiety, depression and life balance concerns or who may have experienced recent or past trauma.
Current credentialing with insurance panels is a plus, but not a requirement.
Must be comfortable working from a faith based perspective, as the majority of women seeking services from Abundant Living request "Christian Counseling." Please see the Services tab on our website for a better understanding of what this may look like in working with clients. www.AbundantLivingRome.com
This opportunity is ideal for an individual who is motivated in building a caseload and looking to become established with a private practice that is committed to providing quality behavioral health services.
Job Responsibilities:
• Provide high quality and ethical counseling services for women.
• Develop and implement treatment plans. Evaluate client progress. Maintain appropriate clinical records.
• Schedule own client hours and maintain accurate billing records. Some evening and weekend hours are required.
• Prompt response to client needs and referrals.
• Attend staff meetings.
• Maintain good standing with appropriate board and insurance panels.
• Complete all required continuing education requirements per your discipline.
• Must be willing to market and establish/maintain relationships with referral sources.
• Perform other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications:
• Masters degree in Counseling, Social Work, or related mental health field
• Minimum two years clinical experience providing psychotherapy and/or counseling
• Licensed in discipline by appropriate state board (e.g., LPC, LMFT, LCSW).
• Ability to demonstrate working knowledge of the Internet, Word, Excel, Dropbox
• Strong verbal and written communication skills.
• Training and experience in couples counseling is a plus.
This is a part-time employed position with the opportunity to become full-time.


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Health Connect America
Gainesville, GA area including Hall County and surrounding counties send resume to [email protected]

Madison, GA area including Morgan County and surrounding counties send resume to [email protected]

Applications can also be submitted at healthconnectamerica.com for all five regions.

Seeking Licensed Professional Counselors or license eligible counselors (LPC, LAPC, MFT). Master's degree in field that meets licensure requirements. Preferred 2 years experience in the mental health field with a focus on In-Home Therapy and Support. Applicants will need to be willing to work in a team environment serving the family with a team approach and Family Preservation focus in the home. Part-time and Full-Time available.
• Completing assessments, treatment plans, progress notes and other necessary paperwork associated with managing a caseload.
• Providing individual and family counseling with some case management
• Assisting patients with defining and achieving realistic goals.
• Working in conjunction with Family Development Specialists
• Providing crisis interventions as needed.
• Providing supportive counseling in conjunction with Medical and Nursing Services.
• Contributing to the ongoing assessment and treatment planning process through participation in daily reports, case reviews, and treatment team meetings.
Requirements
The most qualified candidates will possess a Master's Degree in a Human Services field and be licensed (or license eligible) as an LPC, LAPC, or LMFT. Clinical supervision can be provided.
Health Connect offers a comprehensive benefits package for our full-time employees that includes PTO, Medical, Dental, Vision, Short Term Disability and 401k with company match.


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Clinician (Licensed and License-Eligible)

Dynamic Counseling and Solutions is seeking licensed and licensed master’s level clinicians. This position is for community/home based therapy services in the Atlanta metro area, depending on location. Hired individual will be responsible for providing services to children, adolescents, and their families in their natural setting. Duties include counseling, parenting interventions, and skills building based on treatment needs. Send resumes to: [email protected]

Summary of essential job functions:
• Implementation of the treatment plan through conducting counseling, parenting, and behavior management sessions.
• Communicate with families, juvenile probation officers, DFCS caseworkers, schools, and other authorized parties in order to exchange necessary information during the treatment process and documents all client- related contact in compliance with agency standards.
• Licensed therapist will conduct family therapy a minimum of two times per month, or more depending on family and treatment needs
• Documents all client- related contact in compliance with agency standards within 48 hours of providing the service.
• Development of treatment plans and revision/update as required based on agency timeline and client needs
• Assist in maintaining a timely, complete, and updated clinical record for each assigned client
• Supports the relationship between the agency and the community by demonstrating respectful, courteous, and cooperative behavior when interacting with clients, visitors, and other employees.
• Engages in weekly case supervision/consultation, (individual and team meetings)
• Engages in applicable educational opportunities to continue to develop expertise in field of service.
• Develops a culturally sensitive rapport and relationship with family, and uses that relationship as the basis for working together. Also works with families in an empathic, professional and objective manner.
• Informs the child and family of client rights and responsibilities, confidentiality, and limits of confidentiality.
• Assesses, reports, and documents any suspected abuse or neglect to DBHDD, Child Protective Services and/or local law enforcement agency.
May be required to perform additional position-specific tasks.

Knowledge, Skill and Abilities:
• Excellent oral and written communication
• Knowledge of mental health principles, methods, procedures, and standards
• Knowledge of principles of individual and family-centered services
• Knowledge of community and state resources and facilitate linkage to meet client’s needs
• Sensitivity to cultural diversity and differences
• Ability to utilize appropriate crisis intervention techniques, based on agency standards
• Understanding of the impact of trauma, substance abuse, social and emotional issues, and mental illness on individuals, families, parenting, and relationships; and the ability to utilize that understanding to influence therapeutic approach
• Ability to communicate effectively with a variety of people from various socio-economic and educational backgrounds
• Ability to utilize and follow agency working procedures to complete job tasks
• Ability to maintain open communication between yourself, your team, families served, and collaterals
• Understand and able to utilize DSM-5 Diagnosis information

Education, Experience and Requirements:
• Current, full, and unrestricted license as LPC, LMFT, LCSW, or Psychologist in the state of Georgia.
• Must be willing to provide services in the client’s natural setting
• Must be able to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends
• Must be able to pass pre-employment drug screen and criminal background check
• Must have a reliable transportation

Please send resumes to [email protected] or fax to 404-596-8398
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Title: DUI Treatment Court Litigation Manager
Class Code: 303284 Salary Range:
EEO Code: B FLSA Status: Exempt
JOB SUMMARY
Supervises a case load managing the care of behavioral health Participants who become involved in the courts.This position is responsible for providing administrative, clerical, and case management support to the DUI Treatment Court Program Behavioral Health Program Manager (Behavioral Health Program Manager) within the State Court, Accountability Courts program. The incumbent will work directly with individuals diagnosed with substance use or other mental health disorders. This position works under the supervision of the Behavioral Health Program Manager.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
This job description indicates, in general, the nature and level of work, knowledge, skills, abilities, and other essential functions (as covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act) expected of the incumbent. It is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of all activities, duties, or responsibilities. Incumbent may be asked to perform other duties as required.
Primary Duties:
• Manages assigned client caseload, including interpreting and enforcing policies and procedures, resolving issues, and administering disciplinary action as required
• Consults with assigned staff regarding clinical procedures
• Provides crisis intervention and stabilization
• Conducts RISK/NEEDS assessment
• Conducts clinical evaluations
• Initiates case follow-up
• Assesses client progress toward goals and monitors compliance
• Evaluates the effectiveness of clinical services
• Audits client charts for staff compliance with established documentation and standards
• Coordinates and makes referrals with inter- and intra-agency services for participants
• Responsible for reviewing program compliance, identifying problem areas, and recommending changes to improve program performance and services
• Responsible for the eligibility process
• Tracks participant demographics and program status for grant reporting
• Prepares, updates, and maintains offender files in an orderly manner
• Maintains databases for DUI Treatment Court
• Coordinates with treatment provider on updating court information
• Provides necessary information to treatment providers and other team members
• Oversees drug screening process: recording information and reporting information to the team
• Observe and collect drug screen as needed
• Primary Case Manager for residential placements of participants
• Provides necessary information to residential treatment providers
• Obtains information from residential treatment providers for accurate, up-to-date records
• Attends weekly status review meetings and court sessions
• Prepares materials for staffing meetings
• Responsible for accurate maintenance and timely updates of the participant fee database
• Provides accurate reports to the Behavioral Health Program Manager to facilitate fulfillment of grant objectives
• Prepares graduation certificates and programs
• Prepares phasing certificates
• Keeps track of program sanctions and incentives for participants
• Maintains confidentiality of sensitive materials and information as outlined in state and federal regulations including HIPAA and CFR 42 and agency policy; Upholds ethical code and expectations as outlined by agency policy and professional licensing/accreditation boards, as applicable
• Reviews and reprioritizes complex and urgent case issues
• Disseminates and provides information to the treatment team and participants in team discussion of participants’ goals, objections, motivations, and compliance
• Participates in all required trainings and effectively utilizes training materials in current work assignments
• Provides psycho-educational instruction in areas such as social skills, communication skills, parenting skills, mental illness management, relapse prevention, and drug and alcohol education
• Develops standard operating procedures for assigned function area
• Serves as an agency liaison to the community; creates networks in the community by participating in community organizations, meetings, activities, and events related to behavioral health

Court Administration: Provides administrative assistance to the Behavioral Health Program Manager who is charged with orchestrating multi-faceted services required to ensure maximum efficiency of operation of the Program. Attends all status review meetings, reporting on caseload progress to the team; in court, updates spreadsheets/database per court session reporting; facilitates sanctioning by the judge.
Case Flow Management: Creates and maintains accurate files on all participants referred to the Fulton County DUI Treatment Court Program. Tracks all participants from beginning involvement to completion or termination. Creates a case management plan for each participant and monitors for compliance. Provides updated information regarding non-compliant offenders to the team. Maintains high level of confidentiality in the office as per federal regulations. Enters accurate data in the case management system.
Supervisory Controls: Incumbent must perform duties without extensive supervision. Work is assigned in general terms, requiring the incumbent to determine the process by which the work should be completed. Adheres to standing instructions of the Behavioral Health Program Manager.
Complexity: The work ranges from low to high level of tasks to providing complex, extensive, and professional work for DUI Treatment Court. In addition, the work of this position involves performing various administrative and accounting duties. A high degree of time management skills are necessary in this position.

Scope and Effect: The purpose of the work is to perform various clerical, administrative, and fiscal duties needed to provide multi-faceted support to the Behavioral Health Program Manager. The work product or service provided by the incumbent affects the accuracy, reliability, or acceptability of further process or services from DUI Treatment Court. Successful implementation of the work can result in the continuance of funding. Errors in this area will be problematic in relation to continued funding and the ability of the DUI Treatment Court to successfully change the way that the criminal justice system deals with offenders with a substance related problem.
Personal Contacts: Contacts are typically with coworkers, Judges, staffs of Judges, Prosecutor, Public Defender, Probation Services, Law Enforcement, Treatment Providers, County agencies, Community agencies, attorneys, criminal defendants, and the general public.
Purpose of Contacts: Contacts are typically to obtain, clarify, or give facts of information and to provide services.
Fiscal Administration: Responsible for maintenance of fees in the Program, including maintaining spreadsheet of individual participant progress/lack of progress in payments; recording deposits and delivering the totals to the Behavioral Health Program Manager for verification.
QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

General knowledge of County organizational structure and Treatment Services basic operations. Principles and practices of client confidentiality. Principles and practices of behavioral health case management. Laws, rules, and regulations governing behavioral health programs. General office practices, procedures, equipment, and technology. Organizing and prioritizing work. Interpreting and enforcing rules, regulations, policies, and procedures. Analyzing complex data related to clinical findings. Interviewing and assessing Participants, developing appropriate case management plans, and prioritizing client needs based on collected information. Interacting effectively with participants from diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. Providing effective crisis intervention and behavioral health case management. Providing life skills development and support. Documenting information gathered from participants. Applying prevention and intervention strategies. Coordinating behavioral health program activities. Understanding, using, and explaining Court-specific computer applications to manage court processes, gather and analyze statistics, and create reports. Preparing and delivering effective presentations. Communicating effectively in writing. Building sustainable working relationships with other County personnel, officials, and the public. Communicating effectively with coworkers, supervisor, and the public. Generating enthusiasm and support for program objectives. Demonstrates proficiency in oral and written communications. Extensive experience and skill in developing effective working relationships with other departments and the general public. Demonstrates skill in developing and maintaining positive customer relations. Extensive skill in operating a personal computer, various software applications, Internet, and multimedia program.
Preferred -Techniques used in psychopathology and diagnostic interviews. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual ' Five Edition (DSM-V) diagnostic impressions. Theories and methodologies in personality and psychotherapy. Life span developmental theories and methodologies. Medical and pharmacological terminology. Prevention and intervention treatment models. Principles and practices of psychotherapy. Techniques used to conduct individual, group, and family therapy. Principles and practices of conducting clinical evaluations.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Criminal Justice, Sociology, or Business Administration is preferred. Experiential requirements include two continuous years of administrative or case management experience and any combination of education and experience that provides the required knowledge and skills. Incumbent must be able to work in the fast-paced environment of the courts under limited supervision. Must be detail-oriented and work well under pressure. Must be familiar with HIPAA and Federal Confidentiality rule 42 CFR regulations.
Preferred qualifications- Master's degree in psychology, social work, or related field supplemented by training as a social worker, professional counselor, marriage and family counselor, psychiatric nurse, psychologist, or rehabilitation counselor. Incumbent seeking licensure must be under the supervision of a licensed professional. Experience in working with the criminal justice population.

Licensing Requirements:
May require valid Georgia Driver's License. May require State of Georgia License as a professional counselor, clinical social worker, marriage and family therapist, psychologist, psychiatric nurse, or rehabilitation counselor.
Physical Requirements:
Work is typically performed in an office-like environment. May work in high conflict situations and with difficult, sometimes dangerous parties. Positions in this class typically require sitting, standing, walking, fingering, driving, talking, hearing, and seeing. Sedentary Work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally, and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.

EXAMINATION:
The examination will consist of an evaluation of education and experience accomplished by analysis of the application. Application must document that the applicant possesses the minimum knowledge, skills, education and experience as listed to be rated as qualified. If selected, an official, accredited college transcript is required for all degrees/course work used to qualify for this position.

TO APPLY:
Completed applications and resumes with letters of interest may be sent to the State Court Administrator’s Office via email: [email protected]


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Come join our family at St. Simons By The Sea Hospital in St. Simons Island!  If interested, please contact Tammy Pulliam, LPC at 912-638-1999 or at [email protected] for more info!

Currently we are seeking a Full-Time Therapist as well as PRN Therapist to assess and counsel patients regarding psychological or emotional problems and develop and implement therapeutic treatment plan by performing the following but are not limited to, the following tasks:
• Perform psychosocial assessments and compile all pertinent documents to facilitate treatment planning on assigned patients.
• Participate in treatment team sessions with completion of all treatment plan updates.
• Monitor the progress of all patients assigned and update treatment plan, as necessary.
• Conduct group and/or individual sessions as assigned.
• Perform group/individual therapy and document progress notes.
• Respond to any emergency situation involving patients in treatment.
• Participate as a team member by cooperating with staff and demonstrate compromise and expression of opinions as appropriate.
• Utilize chain of command in all aspects of program and follows organizations policies and procedures.
• Contact and schedule counseling sessions with family, significant others, and involved agencies as appropriate.
• Attend staff meetings and in-services as required and perform duties as a positive role model for clients and colleagues.
• Accurately, and efficiently, assess patients’ aftercare needs in collaboration with the patient, physician, and treatment team.
• Provide patients with reasonable aftercare options and discuss each option in full with the patient individually, and/or with family as requested by the patient.
• Collect releases of information to accurately research and refer to services.
• Initiate contact with referral sources, community mental health providers, physicians, nursing homes, residential treatment facilities, halfway houses, and other placement options to facilitate continuity of care.
• Schedules follow-up appointments with a psychiatrist and therapist within a reasonable time following discharge (Psychiatrist: 30 days and Therapist: 7 days).

This opportunity offers the following:

Challenging and rewarding work environment

Growth and Development Opportunities within UHS and its Subsidiaries

Competitive Compensation

Excellent Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Drug Plan

401k plan with company match

Job Requirements:

Master’s degree required and must be licensed eligible.

Licensed Clinician in the state of GA preferred.

Must have 1+ years related experience.

Experience in an inpatient setting preferred.

Knowledge of basic computer functions and ability to use Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Must be able to successfully perform in a fast-paced work environment

 If interested, please contact Tammy Pulliam, LPC at 912-638-1999 or at [email protected] for more info!

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01/23/2019

Community Based Therapist
• Full Time/Part Time
• Master's Degree
• Regional Coverage Areas: http://gahope.org/interactive-map/
• To apply, check us out at http://gahope.org/careers/

Primary Responsibilities
• Provide individual, group, and family counseling to children, adolescents and/or adults in assigned region/counties
• Collaborate with other Georgia HOPE staff and community partners to ensure effective treatment, service provision and case collaboration
• Document case notes in online electronic medical record system (CareLogic)
• Attend regular team meetings and clinical supervision (if in pursuit of licensure)
• Attend required agency trainings

Position Requirements
• Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, or a related field
• Associate (LAPC) or Full License (LPC, LCSW, LMFT) not required, but must be license-eligible
• Basic computer skills, including familiarity with using the internet and Microsoft Word
• Ability to navigate online electronic medical record system (CareLogic)
• Ability to work independently and manage time efficiently
• Ability to function as a member for a multi-disciplinary treatment team and work cooperatively with other agency employees
• Ability to conduct oneself professionally and ethically with clients, co-workers and community partners

Benefits of Working at Georgia HOPE:
• Full-time employees are eligible for medical, dental, vision benefits and life/disability
• insurance after 90 days of employment
• Full-time employees receive nine paid holidays and 18 paid days off. Fully licensed clinicians also receive two additional paid days for CEU attainment
• Masters-level employees receive free, group clinical supervision in support of licensure for LPC, LCSW, and LMFT (AAMFT Approved Supervision available).
• Competitive salaries based on education and experience
• Mileage reimbursement for client appointments
• Reimbursement up to $185.00 for payment towards licensure application fee in exchange for a six-month commitment with Georgia HOPE
• Regular opportunities for free CE attainment
• The ability to create your own flexible schedule
• The ability to work remotely when completing admin-related tasks
• Additionally, Georgia HOPE is a NHSC-approved provider for loan repayment (see more here: http://www.nhsc.hrsa.gov/loanrepayment)

Company Description:

Georgia HOPE is a local provider of quality counseling services, covering 26 counties in North Georgia. The majority of our services occur in the homes of those we serve, thus increasing our client’s access to care.
Georgia HOPE provides an array of services that help our clients maintain stability in the outpatient environment. We work in partnership with individuals, families, and community resources to help people achieve good health and meaningful living, with an ultimate goal of improving community wellness.

 

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01/17/19

GREAT OPPORTUNITY IN A PRIVATE PRACTICE SETTING:  LPC, LCSW, LMFT, LAPC, and MASTERS LEVEL counselors wishing to join a private practice and do contract work in an office setting, COUNSELING SERVICES UNITED is hiring in Lawrenceville for the Gwinnett county area with tentative plans to reach into Hall and Barrow counties in the near future.  We are currently planning to start providing services in GROUP and ONLINE counseling for ALL ages along with our already established Individual and Family Counseling services.  If you would like more information or wish to join our team, please send your resume and/or contact Donna at [email protected].  You can also fax your resume to 678-828-9907.  

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Are you looking for an opportunity to work with a national Non-Profit who is leading the field in Advanced Behavioral Health? Are you an experienced Clinical Manager looking to supervise a Professional staff of therapists and case coordinators? If you answered yes, then Devereux is the right choice for you!    To apply: send resumes to Amanda Bush at [email protected] .
As a Clinical Manager you will:
• Provide clinical services to individuals in assigned programs, and coordinates clinical services with staff.
• Coordinate Behavioral Treatment Programs and provides clinical supervision to therapists and practicum students.
• Assist the Clinical Director in coordinating clinical programs for the Center.
Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Georgia was established in Cobb County Georgia in 1973 at the invitation of Governor Jimmy Carter and for more than 40 years has been providing new hopes, new dreams, and new choices for children, adolescents and young adults struggling with emotional and behavioral health challenges.
About Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health
Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health is one of the largest and most advanced behavioral healthcare organizations in the country. Informed by the latest advancements in science and medicine, we combine evidence-based interventions with compassionate family engagement to help change lives. We were founded in 1912 by special education pioneer, Helena Devereux. Today, Devereux is a national nonprofit partner for individuals, families, schools and communities, serving many of the most vulnerable members of our society in areas of autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities, specialty mental health, and child welfare.
Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Georgia was established in Cobb County Georgia in 1973 at the invitation of Governor Jimmy Carter and for more than 40 years has been providing new hopes, new dreams, and new choices for children, adolescents and young adults struggling with emotional and behavioral health challenges.
Our Mission: Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health changes lives – by unlocking and nurturing human potential for people living with emotional, behavioral or cognitive differences.
We employ more than 7,500 staff and operate 15 centers in 13 states. We offer a comprehensive national network of clinical, therapeutic, educational, and employment programs and services that positively impact the lives of tens of thousands of children, adults and their families every year.
Our Culture, Our Expectations
At Devereux, we strive to incorporate servant leadership into our culture and every aspect of our organizational framework; from the delivery of quality services to individuals served, their families, and other stakeholders to the development and empowerment of our employees. We offer challenging and exciting work, and our supportive team environment creates an empowering and positive atmosphere. To be successful in our work environment, you will put the needs of others first, and will feel called to serve, and called to lead.
Competitive Salary and Benefits
In addition to a competitive salary, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health provides a comprehensive health and wellness program to eligible full-time employees, family members and domestic partners. Our health and wellness programs include medical (including medical care via phone, web, app), dental, prescription drug, preventative care, mental health services and an employee assistance / work-life balance program. In addition, we offer generous time-off and a 403(b) retirement plan with matching benefit, along with voluntary/employee paid vision, supplemental life and accident coverage to full-time employees.
Click here to see why we are a great place to work: http://benefits.devereux.org
Keywords: Clinical Supervisor, Credentialed, LPC, CPCS, ACS Clinical Certification, Behavioral Health, Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility, Field Placement Supervisor, Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Education: Master's Degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology, or related field, required. Clinical Supervisor Certification and credentials required (NASWGA, CPCS or ACS)
Experience: A minimum of three (3) years post-licensure experience in clinical program setting, preferably working with youth or adolescents. At least 2 years of direct experience supervising Masters level clinicians. At least one (1) year working in a residential treatment center, inpatient treatment facility, or with a multi-disciplinary team preferred
Please visit www.devereuxga.org to apply!
Devereux Georgia - Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Georgia
www.devereuxga.org

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1/16/19

Licensed Professional Counselor
Position Number: 11900752, 11900753, 11900754
Benefits Eligible: Yes
Campus Location: Gainesville
Job Close Date: 01/24/2019
Salary Minimum: $47,476
General Summary:
The University of North Georgia is currently accepting applications for Licensed Professional Counselors on the Gainesville campus. This position is a great opportunity for a positive and energetic mental health professional to work in an exciting, fast-paced environment providing mental health counseling, crisis intervention, and outreach programming to a growing residential university population. Applicants must be skilled in working with a wide variety of mental health issues in individual, couples, and group formats, be a strong public speaker, and be a welcoming and approachable creative professional that enjoys engaging students about mental health issues, retention, and success in a university population. On Call duties as assigned or needed.   https://ung.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=30931&job=licensed-professional-counselor

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1/15/19

Family Counseling Associates of North Georgia is looking for part-time Clinicians to see clients Thursday, Friday or Saturday’s. Flexible as to which days to see clients, could see clients all three days or a combo of the three days. Please see our website for further information at www.familycounseling4ng.com

• Must be Licensed LPC, LMFT, LCSW.
• Prefer to be on insurance panels but can help out with this if needed.
• Must be a team player and work well with others in a practice setting.
• Looking for Play Therapist and/or Adolescent Therapist and/or Couples/Adult Individual Therapist.
• Must be creative and innovative in therapy application.
• Must enjoy working and helping people to achieve optimal wellness with the family unit.

If you are interested, please email resume and cover letter to [email protected]

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1/14/19

Pathway Center, a community of mental health clinicians, has an opportunity for an L.A.P.C. or L.A.P.C. eligible person to join a well established training program. Pathway Center offers individual and group supervision, opportunities to see individual, couple, family and group psychotherapy. Supervisors are CPCS credentialed and possibility to interact with other disciplines.

Pathway Center is located in suburban Atlanta, in Gwinnett County. In addition to the established training program, Pathway Center has 3 licensed professional counselors, 2 psychiatrists, 4 psychologists, 2 marriage and family therapists, and 2 pastoral therapists. We have a number of internally generated referrals, excellent administrative support and an opportunity to grow personally and professionally. Treatment is provided in Mandarin, Korean, Kanneda (a dialect of Hindi) in addition to English.

For more information, please contact:

Robert P. Roney, D.Min.
(770)446-5642 x002
[email protected]
www.PathwayCenter.Com

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LPC, LCSW, LMFT, etc.  - OGCC Behavioral Health Services Inc. is dedicated to enhancing the mental health of individuals and families within the community. Our agency is committed to treating all individuals with dignity while improving their quality of life.

Mental Health Professional (Contract)- This position requires one to provide services to children and adolescents who meet criteria for a variety of mental health concerns in efforts to address and treat a variety of mental health diagnoses. The mental health professional will be essential in providing individual and family therapy services to assist the individuals served in goals for rehabilitation and recovery tailored to each individual.

Skill Requirements: Applicant is required to have a Master’s degree within the helping profession (Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, etc.) from an accredited college or university with full licensure (LPC, LCSW, LMFT, etc.) The applicant must be able to maintain a schedule that ensures children and adolescents will receive appropriate care, which may require evening and weekend hours. The applicant for this position must be organized, detail-oriented, an effective communicator and demonstrate the ability to work independently and as a team member. This position requires working in the community therefore private transportation is necessary.

Duties Include: Providing individual therapy, family therapy and crisis intervention to a caseload of up to 25 individuals.

Collaborate with assigned paraprofessional and other identified supports to implement individualize recovery plan.

Counsel individuals to assist in helping them identify their talents, strengths and abilities through the use of evidenced based practices.

Complete documentation including but not limited to services rendered, discharge summaries and monthly reports in a timely manner.

Ensure confidentiality and rights of individuals served are maintained at all times.

Attend necessary meetings as required.

Required Education:  Master’s Degree, Full Licensure, Crisis Prevention Intervention (1 year)*, First Aid/CPR Training*, Essential Learning*

*Can be attained through agency upon hire

Required Experience-2 years prior experience within the field, ShareNote knowledgeable

OGCC Behavioral Health Services, Inc.
Atlanta, GA 30331
www.OGCCBHS.com
Please send resume and cover letter to [email protected]

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01/10/2019

Georgia Counseling and Rehabilitation Services, LLC is seeking individuals to provide community counseling/assessment services and behavioral aide services for children and families.

Requirements include a Masters or higher level degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related field.

Additional requirements: A valid Georgia Driver's license, excellent driving record and appropriate insurance is required. Applicants must pass a comprehensive background check to include professional references and criminal background check.

Interested individuals may send resume to Georgia Counseling and Rehabilitation Services, LLC at [email protected]

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01/09/2019

Newport Integrated Behavioral Healthcare, Inc is seeking licensed full-time therapists with experience in co-occurring diseases to work in a residential and outpatient substance abuse and mental health facility. All candidates should please email resumes to [email protected]

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Rebirth Counseling & Training Center, Inc. is a CARF Accredited Behavioral & Mental Health CORE Provider. Our offices are located in Fulton County, Georgia and we service adults, children and adolescents from all ages.

We are seeking to hire licensed contractors to provide individual and family therapy to individuals within the community. Licensure is required for all applicants (i.e. LPC, LCSW, APC, LMSW). Must be a resident of Georgia as well as licensed in Georgia.

Base requirements:
• License in a helping field (i.e. Counseling, Psychology or Social Work)
• Must provide proof of License or eligibility for Licensure
• Some experience with utilizing CBT interventions
• Ability to create and understand individualized recovery/resiliency plans
• Experience and ability to write progress notes using BIRP format within time frame
• Licensure supervision available
Must be willing to provide services in the individual’s residence or location of the individual's choice located throughout the Atlanta Metropolitan counties in Georgia. Contractors should have access to reliable transportation, personal computer and have exceptional time management and organizational skills. Bi-lingual is a plus (Spanish). Other licensed positions are also available (i.e. Nurses).

Please submit cover letter and resume to [email protected]

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01/08/2019

LPC, LCSW, LMFT, GreenLee Behavioral Health Services is seeking qualified licensed mental health professionals to join the GBHS team! We are currently recruiting fully licensed clinicians to provide services to a diversified population within the Metro Atlanta Area.

GreenLee Behavioral Health Services, LLC is an outpatient therapeutic child/adolescent, adult, family, and community program. Services are designed to address and strengthen the emotional, developmental, educational and social needs of those referred to us. We provide services in-home and throughout the community within the metro Atlanta area. Therapeutic components are customized to meet the needs of each individual and/or family. GreenLee BHS supports and strengthens the family unit by enabling it to become an effective support system for its individual members while promoting its ability to interface productively within the community.

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Georgia LPC, LCSW, LMFT, associate licenses or license eligible.

Morningstar Children and Family Services’ growing child and adolescent outpatient practice is looking for Therapists. A Master’s Degree is required. Experience with children or adolescents is preferred. Work as part of a multidisciplinary team to provide assessment, planning, individual and or group/family counseling and training services.
Part time and contractor positions are available.
Flexibility with hours is needed.

Morningstar Children and Family Services main campus is located in Brunswick, GA in Glynn County. Please forward a current resume’ to [email protected] For more information about our facility, view www.morningstarcfs.org.

Resumes’ may also be submitted to the outsourced Human Resource office via fax (912) 265-8501 or mailed to:
Teamwork Services, Inc.
Attn: Cindy Barnhart
700 Gloucester Street, Suite 302
Brunswick, GA 31520

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LPC, LCSW, LMFT: Are you interested in working with a company that values people and has a passion for service? Do you want to become part of an organization that cares about your personal and professional growth? If you have answered YES to these questions, then you should consider working for Pathways!
Transitional Family Services (TFS) a subsidiary of Pathways began providing services to Georgia's children in 1993 and today offers a range of family preservation services. TFS currently holds contracts with 13 counties in The Central Savannah River Area. TFS contracts with Medicaid to provide a full continuum of counseling services for children, adolescents and adults with a mental illness or substance related disorder to include Individual and Family Therapy, Intensive Family Intervention (IFI), Psychological Testing, Psychiatric Diagnostic Evaluation and Medication Management.
TFS is seeking a dynamic individual to join our team as a Therapist - Full time providing direct service and related duties to clients, such as individual counseling, family counseling, crisis intervention, and psycho-educational groups, through the use of proper therapeutic interventions. Provides clients with training and support to create a therapeutic milieu.
QUALIFICATIONS
• Master’s Degree in a Human Service discipline (i.e. counseling, mental health, social work) from an accredited college or university and verified direct experience working with children, adolescents, and families in a therapeutic treatment environment
• Must have an LPC, LMFT, LCSW
• Valid state driver’s license in good standing
• Appropriate automobile insurance (at least state minimum)
• Licensed independent practitioner in mental health field preferred

Knowledge, Skills, and Experience

• Knowledge of working with the severely and chronically or severely mentally ill population preferred
• Requires strong clinical skills and communication skills, both verbal and written
• Prefer community clinic or residential treatment school experience and some supervisory and teaching experience
• Also, prefer some knowledge regarding Rehabilitation philosophy
• Good organizational skills, able to communicate effectively and able to work flexible hours
• Intermediate level PC skills required

Pathways is committed to creating the best possible work environment for our team members and offers the following total rewards package:
• Competitive Salary
• Paid Vacation Days
• Paid Sick Days
• Holidays
• Medical, Dental, Vision including a Health Savings Account
• Health, Dependent and Transportation Flexible Spending Accounts
• Basic and Optional Life Insurance for Employee, Spouse and/or Dependents
• 401 K with employer contribution
• Mileage Reimbursement
• Training, Development and Continuing Education Credits for licensure requirements
• Clinical supervision towards licensure
• Opportunities for advancement! As we grow, you grow with us!
Pathways is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status or any other protected characteristic.
Applicants interested in the position should forward their resume to Faye Anders, Regional Manager [email protected]

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Bilingual Mental Health/Substance Abuse Counselor
Decatur, GA • Behavioral Health
Description
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Henry County Accountability Courts Contact: Craig Ogilvie, Director
Drug, Mental Health, and Veteran Court Henry County Accountability Courts
Job Title: Behavioral Health Clinician (BH2) [email protected]
Salary: $43,000-$50,000 contract/grant funded 770-288-6223
County Health Insurance plan-no other benefits

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The Counseling and Testing Center supports Georgia State University students in achieving their personal and educational goals by enhancing their mental and emotional health, interpersonal relationships and academic performance through accessible, professional, culturally competent and empirically supported services. The Counseling and Testing Center (C&TC) is committed to promoting inclusion, with services designed to provide respectful treatment to students of every background. staffed by a multidisciplinary team of psychologists, psychiatrists, licensed clinical social workers, licensed professional counselors, licensed marriage and family therapists, a nutritionist and health educators in the Mind-Body clinic, the Counseling and Testing Center staff is diverse in many ways, including age, gender, race, sexual identity, religious background and national origin. 


The CTC is seeking a dynamic licensed professional counselor/social worker for the role of Personal Counselor primarily located at Clarkston and Dunwoody campuses to provide short term counseling and crisis intervention for students as well as consultation to faculty and staff who are concerned about the mental health of a student. The Counselor will serve on the campus behavioral intervention team and provide regular outreach to the campus community in the form of workshops, guest lectures, participation in Healthy State and other wellness events at the university level. This position requires travel to serve students across multiple Georgia State campuses in addition to performing some administrative and collaborative duties.

Job duties include but are not limited to:

•Provide short term counseling and crisis stabilization for students who request services or are referred by faculty or staff on multiple campuses
• Meet with students in crisis and coordinate referrals for appropriate level of treatment.
• Serve in rotation with counseling staff in providing emergency mental health coverage for the university community
•Coordinate student transitions from university services to external, community provides if necessary (e.g. psychiatric/psychological treatment services, alcohol/drug/addiction treatment service, return to parental
• Communicate with staff, parents, families or designated emergency contacts regarding emergencies including hospitalizations and other crises to help facilitate success on campus, or transition back to campus if possible, when issues are appropriately resolved care). When designated, accompany student to the receiving treatment facility or hospital
•Develop and maintain a database of community resources that can be utilized by mental health clinicians, physicians as well as campus partners seeking referrals
• Maintain complete, accurate, timely case notes in a shared electronics database
• Serve as referral coordinator for students in need of resources off campus
• Attend interdepartmental case management and committee meetings as assigned by supervisor
• Develop and present workshops for staff, faculty and students on mental health related topics.
• Consult with regularly with assigned key campus partners regarding services, access and care for students.
• Build and maintain collaborative relationships with campus agencies and community providers.
• Coordinate specialty services on campus for student groups who would benefit by group programs

Hiring Manager Jill Lee Barber, PhD
Salary Range $46,457-$47,000
Length of posting 15 days

Preferred Qualifications:The ideal candidate a committed individual who is dedicated to providing high quality care to our diverse college student population. Experience working in a university setting with diverse populations or young adults is preferred.

Minimum hiring standards:Masters Degree, Georgia Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

Applicant Questions
• Are you fully licensed as professional counselor or social worker in the state of Ga
• Describe your experience conducting crisis interventions and risk assessments
• Describe your experience working as a collaborator, consultant or educator within an interdisciplinary setting
• Describe your approach to short term time limited treatment w young adults
• Describe your experiences working with diverse populations and describe what you do in attempt to provide culturally relevant interventions
• Are you willing to travel to multiple Georgia State University campuses

Submission materials Must apply online through GSU in Taleo and include Resume, Cover letter, names and contact information for 3 references

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Devereux Advanced Behavioral Heath Georgia is a behavioral health treatment network for children and young adults suffering with severe emotional and psychological challenges.

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WE'RE HIRING!   We are looking for psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, psychologists, forensic psychologists, registered nurses, and social workers who offer the highest level of skills, professional integrity, and work ethic to join us in Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Milledgeville, and Savannah.

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ACR Behavioral Health Organization, LLC

Please submit your resume to include a cover letter, and email or fax it to:

Gwen Holmes, HR Department
[email protected]
Fax#404.508.0071
Phone#.404.508.0078