Jobs 

07/07/2020

 

Therapist – Gainesville, GA ([email protected])

 

Therapist – Loganville, GA ([email protected])

 

Health Connect America is dedicated to providing quality and affordable services to individuals and their family members. We believe in individuality, safety, community, inclusivity, innovation and progress for our families and staff. We believe in empowering our clients and utilizing current and appropriate clinical treatment. We have found that our staff succeed when they are passionate about social services, helping at-risk communities and value collaboration with a team.

 

What will I be doing?

 

As a Therapist, you will be helping children and adolescents who are at risk of being removed from the home. Our goal is to preserve the family through intensive weekly in-home therapy sessions.

 

You will be working on:

 

Communication skills

 

Individual and family counseling

 

Crisis intervention and treatment

 

Case management activities

 

Creating individual treatment plans based on family’s needs

 

Am I a good fit?

 

In this position you will be travelling in the community to meet families where they are. A flexible schedule is important for this role and allows you to have control over your session planning. You will have significant documentation and travel, so good time management is a must!

 

Qualifications: Master’s on licensure track or LAPC, LPC, LMFT, LCSW with Master’s degree in a Human Services field such as Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Sociology, etc. and license must be in the state of Georgia. Experience of 2 years in the mental health field and includes working with children and families which may include intern, volunteer, and professional child and family services work preferred but not required. Candidates will undergo a comprehensive background check and must have valid driver's license with safe driving record.

 

We offer competitive compensation and benefits to our team members including medical/dental, 401K, HSA with company contribution, Paid Time Off for full time staff.

 

Health Connect America is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

6/22/2020

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS – Fully Licensed Clinicians only

Integrative Wellness Counseling Services, Inc. (IWCS) is board governed Atlanta based S-Corporation established to provide therapeutic services to the following population:

Adult: Designed to assist clients with resolving/reducing symptoms related to behavioral health and/or emotional wellness using research-based interventions.

 Children: Designed to assist child/adolescent clients with resolving/reducing symptoms related to behavioral health and/or emotional wellness concerns using research-based interventions (i.e. play therapy, art therapy, DBT, CBT, or other research based therapeutic activities).

 Family therapy: Explores the dynamics of the family system and supports healthy interpersonal communication and interactions.

 Group therapy: designed to explore various topics in a safe and supportive group environment. Groups offered include: Parenting and Anger Management [suspended at this time]

 Couples/Family:  Design to explore the couple/family dynamic and provide skills to increase effective communication, explore triggers to conflict and restore each participant’s ability to choose a course to promote emotional well-being

 Clinicians will be assigned clients by IWCS and Clinicians can also have an established client base.  Clinicians must have proof of professional liability insurance and must be able to sign a contract as independent providers including completion of IRS Form W-9.

 NOTE: IWCS is fully paneled with all major insurance carriers.

 Clinician’s Responsibilities: 

  1. Complete progress notes within 48 hours of each session and submit to clinical supervisor or designated fully licensed clinician.
  2. Will follow HIPPA regulations regarding confidentiality and specified exceptions to confidentiality.
  3. Will maintain current professional licensing and required continuing education hours in accordance with professional licensure standards.
  4. Will maintain professional liability insurance and provide IWCS with a current copy of the face sheet annually and when modifications occur.
  5. Will notify the Executive Team (Officers- CEO, CFO, Secretary) immediately of any adverse finding regarding the therapist’s licensing, revocation, any claims of malpractice, and/or liability settlements/payouts.
  6. Will attend IWCS scheduled meetings and treatment plan meetings
  7. Will maintain and keep secure all client therapy records, case notes and confidential information the designated IWCS location

 Contact information:  Please send CVs or Resumes to:  [email protected] and [email protected]

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06/19/2020

 Arise Counseling Services located in Newnan, GA is seeking a part-time Evening IOP Therapist.    We are a growing group practice in the Newnan area looking for a highly motivated, passionate, innovative and creative clinician to join our team.  Ability to work flexible hours, in flexible environments, to include telehealth, and with diverse clients including children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families with substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. Excellent opportunity to learn and grow a private practice working alongside a multidisciplinary team including psychiatrist, nurse practitioner, and addiction counselors.    Minimum qualifications: Masters Degree in Addiction Counseling or Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Associate Licensed (APC) or License eligible. Preferred qualifications: Fully licensed (LPC, LMSW/LCSW, or LMFT) with 2 years experience working with Substance Use Disorders and Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorders.  

 Supervision provided by Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor (CPCS). Please send resume to [email protected]

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 6/16/20

 Jydes Family Clinic, a busy, multi-office practice with clients ready to be served is seeking two highly motivated, full-time or part-time therapists.

 Our professional team environment will allow the candidate to fully invest and thrive in a private practice setting working alongside medication providers. The candidate must possess an active LCSW, LMFT or LPC license and be licensed in the state of Georgia. The candidate will provide individual and family counseling using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or other Systems related models.

 The ideal candidate is person-centered and comfortable in working with kids, teens, adults, individuals, couples, and families. While we serve all clients who come to us, the ideal candidate will also be open to working in an environment where faith is incorporated into therapy.

 Please submit your resume and cover letter addressed to: Hiring Manager at [email protected]

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Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) Job Description: NATURAL WELLNESS CENTER

We are searching for skilled Licensed Professional Counselors to join our Natural Wellness Clinics (NWC) integrative medical team in Louisville, KY (June 22, 2020), Atlanta, GA (June 29, 2020), and Indianapolis, IN (July 20, 2020).
As our LPC, you will participate in an integrative team to analyze the physical, emotional, mental, and subconscious factors that have led to our patients’ chronic and acute conditions. As the behavioral and counseling representative on our natural wellness team, you will be working to identify causes that have led to the patients’ diagnoses, causes, and symptoms.
You will play a key role in our team using our unique, proprietary system of non-pharmaceutical solutions to relieve acute and chronic pain, to transform organ and tissue dysfunction, and to exponentially improve the natural regeneration of the patients’ cells, tissues and functions. You will also be the lead practitioner in our proprietary, non-pharmaceutical, outpatient, addiction recovery program.
To be successful as our LPC, you should be analytical, caring, detail-oriented, intuitive, perceptive, outgoing, and dedicated to non-pharmaceutical solutions. As our LPC, you will be working with our NWC Staff, our NWC Support Staff, our Clinic Medical Director, and our multi-disciplinary clinic staff to be ready for the Soft Opening of our Natural Wellness Clinic Louisville, KY location by June 22nd and our Grand Opening June 29, 2020.
Phone and In-person Interviews will be conducted from June 15-17, 2020. Hiring may be as soon as June 16, 2020.

We are a veteran owned and operated company that is an Equal Opportunity Employer, offers competitive pay, bonuses, and potential profit sharing, and provides continuous training opportunities.

Licensed Professional Counselor Responsibilities:
• Establishing caring rapport with and providing hope to patients.
• Taking and/or reviewing detailed patient histories and asking a range of questions to attempt to determine the root cause of illnesses and injuries.
• Collaborating with other our NWC Louisville healthcare professionals on integrative natural treatment plans.
• Using imaging, stress response evaluation systems, and other diagnostic aids to build integrative treatment plans for patients.
• Providing behavioral and counseling advice to our patients and their caregivers or family.
• Scheduling follow-ups and monitoring patients’ progress.

Licensed Professional Counselor Requirements:
• Graduate credentials in Counseling and training in Addiction Recovery.
• Licensed as an LPC in the State of Kentucky.
• Valid malpractice insurance.
• Humana, Anthem/Blue Cross/Blue Shield credentialing required.
• Cigna, Aetna, TriEast, TriWest, Passport credentialing preferred.
• Familiarity with stress response evaluation and training methods, neurofeedback and biofeedback systems and training methods, frequency specific microcurrent (FSM), pulsed electrical neuro field stimulation (PENFS), subconscious neuroplasticity retraining methods, and habit changing programs preferred.

contact: T[email protected] WellnessClinics.com or [email protected]

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Private Practice Intern/Therapist Wanted
We are a growing group practice in the Stone Mountain/Lithonia/Tucker area looking for intelligent, flexible creative  professionals.  Ability to work flexible hours, in flexible environments, to include telehealth, and with diverse clients including kids, teens, families, individuals as well as couples. Spanish speakers are especially helpful.

 

Support needed in credentialing, contracting, administration and documentation compliance.  Past utilization experience is a plus but no experience is required and we will train.  Strong written and verbal communication skills , some community outreach and volunteer coordination also required.

 

Supervision provided for selected candidates.Please send letter of interest and resume to [email protected]

 

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FORT VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY (FVSU), a state and land-grant institution of the University System of Georgia,
invites applications for the position of Department Chair, Counseling for the College of Education and Professional Studies.

JOB SUMMARY:
The Department Chair, Counseling for the College of Education & Professional Studies is dedicated to supporting FVSU's commitment to meeting the higher education needs of the state, region, and nation through innovative teaching, selfless service, and applied research. Reporting to the Dean, the Department Chair is responsible for leading and managing all aspects of the Department of Counseling.
The work consists of varied management, supervisory and instructional duties requiring good management skills and work within a complex environment. The purpose of this position is to manage the operations of an academic department, consisting of primarily graduate programs of the College of Education & Professional Studies. Success in this position is measured by student and faculty success, student enrollment and the overall success of the programs in the department.

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assists the Dean in the development and maintenance of curricula representative of the discipline and supportive of the educational objectives of the College.
• Has direct supervision over department faculty and may also supervise clerical staff and/or graduate assistants.
• Evaluates, recruits and recommends the appointment of faculty to the Dean.
• Manages the quality of education and works to ensure student success.
• Uses data informed strategies to increase student persistence and retention.
• Develops course offerings and class schedules in collaboration with faculty.
• Recommends the development of, and oversees the department budget.
• Evaluates faculty and staff each year and makes recommendations for personnel actions.
• Reviews and responds to faculty and student disputes.
• Teaches courses with a reduced course load (i.e., 12 credits/academic year).
• Advises students as appropriate in the academic discipline.
• Actively participates in the recruitment of students.
• Holds regular departmental meetings as the academic leader of the department.
• Manages accreditation in all the areas represented in the department.
• Serves as a voting member of the Graduate Council.
• Provides support to faculty for professional development and scholarly work.
• Performs additional duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION:
• Knowledge and familiarity with the disciplines in the department
• Knowledge of CACREP accreditation processes and requirements.
• Experience with managing budgets.
• Knowledge of innovative teaching practices, the effective use of technology and pedagogical methodologies
• Proficient in instructional technology, Office 365, and innovative strategies used to deliver effective student learning outcomes in online programming.
• Skill in the delegation of responsibility and authority in the management of an academic department.
• Skill to make timely decisions and meet deadlines.
• Skill in decision-making and data informed problem solving
• Skill in interpersonal relations and in working with various internal and external constituencies.
• Skill in oral and written communications.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Doctorate degree in Counseling or related field with appropriate licenses or certifications.
• A minimum of seven years of teaching and advising experience in higher education, preferably with management experience at the coordinator or department chair level, and experience with graduate education.
• Must have the faculty rank of Associate or full Professor.
• Academic accreditation experience.
• Academic assessment experience.
• Experience with online teaching and pedagogy.

Application Process:
1. Application packet must include:
• A letter of application that addresses the responsibilities and qualifications of the position;
• Current curriculum vitae;
• At least five references with full contact information including emails. (References will not be contacted without consent from applicants); and
• Additional information will be requested upon receipt of application.
Fort Valley State University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity institution and does not discriminate against applicants, students
or employees on the basis of race, gender, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, or marital or veteran status.
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 Anissa K. Howard, PhD, LPC, LMFT, RPT-S, ACS, NCC, CAADC

Program Coordinator, Clinical Mental Health Counseling
CACREP Liaison
College of Education & Professional Studies|Fort Valley State University
1005 State University Drive | Fort Valley, GA 31030
T 478-825-6665 | Bond 235

 

6/15/20

 

Clinical Director Job Description
Positive Change Counseling

Human Resource Management:
Hire, Train, and Manage contractors to ensure compliance with the Department of Human Resources and the Department of Behavioral Health and Disability Service
Input new contractors in the electronic medical record system (ECASE and Sharenote) and ensure they have adequate access to complete duties and assigned tasks
Perform human resource management activities, including identifying performance problems and developing plans for remedial action, evaluating performance, and interviewing and selecting staff
Calculate salary offers and negotiations, evaluate professional reference check results, processes and evaluates criminal background check results, assist with drafting offer letters, and processes new hire forms
Prepare payroll reports for the CORE program and submit to the finance department

 

Clinical Supervision/ Training:
Conduct individual and group supervision with Support Services contractors to address documentation, behavioral interventions, and grievances as needed
Conduct monthly clinical supervision with Master Level contractors in the CORE program to address documentation, behavioral interventions, and grievances
Actively participate in providing crisis management and urgent case consultations (including but not limited to, after hours)
Conduct approved trainings in accordance with agency’s annual/ quarterly training calendar (CARF/ DATEP/DFACS/ DHS/ DBHDD, etc.)

 

Productivity Improvement and Maintenance:
Provide 24-hour on-call services to address any clinical, grievance issues for all agency contractors
Monitor weekly accountability, client contacts and approved billable claims for each contractor
Weekly BIRP note review in Sharenote
Communicate with HR regarding contractors who consistently fail to meet standard of care as outlined in SDP/ IRP/ Tx Plan
Train/ Educate staff regarding provision of services to ensure appropriate level of care, tx plans and objective
Monitor and communicate with treatment staff regarding service provision as defined in SDP/ IRP/ Tx Plan
Manage Assessors with assigned works according to agency standard practices involving deadlines
Review for approval assessments and treatment plans
Conduct client Verified Diagnosis as needed
Ensure the completion of initial authorizations and reauthorizations monthly for CORE services
Schedule appointments for the medical personnel to ensure compliance with CORE clients.
Communicate with medical personnel to ensure documentation is turned in timely and invoice is processed
Provide oversight for the Support Services program
Monitor weekly accountability, client contacts and approved billable claims for each behavioral aide
Assist the note reader with weekly note review to ensure timely review of notes as needed
Communicate with the Program Director weekly to discuss behavioral aide’s performance standard issues that are out of compliance with company guidelines, policies and procedures
Assist with inputting service authorizations into the electronic medical system for compliance with the Department of Human Services as needed
Contact Department of Family and Children Services Case Managers to request service authorizations and update them with assigned cases as needed
Assist Behavioral Aides with scheduling client care according to agency standards and regulatory requirements as needed
Provide 24-hour on-call services for the Department of Family and Children Services to assist with rendering services or address grievances for the agency

 

CUstomer Relationship Management/ Marketing:
Attend weekly Family Partnership Meetings with Dekalb County Department of Family and Children Services in the absence of the Program Director
Collaborate with Karing Hands Group Home to ensure services are in compliance with the Department of Family and Children Services
Communicate (including but not limited to telephone, email, phone/ fax) with referring agents/ stakeholders from admission through discharge of client care
To solidify the presence of agency and maintain a pulse on community engagement, conduct, at minimum twice per month, in-service, marketing presentations

 

Company Growth / Program Development/ Fiscal Management:
Develop and manage new programs for client population the agency serves in the community
Collaborate weekly with the finance department to decrease errors reported for reimbursement of payments from the Department of Human Services and Medicaid Insurance panels
Contact the Fiscal Department of the Department of Family and Children Services to inquire about payments in the arrears and ensure proper reconciliation of all funding owed to the agency
Communicate with insurance companies and other payors to monitor service authorizations, payment reconciliation, claim denials, etc.

 

Administrative Review:
Review contracts, Org Chart, and other imperative documents for the Department of Human Services to ensure they are accurate, signed and submitted in a timely manner
Assist with the development and implementation of policies and procedures for the agency to ensure compliance with different government agencies
Monitor, audit and ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements, client files, organizational standards, and policies and procedures and participates in CARF/ DATEP/DFCS/ DHS/ DBHDD, etc., and all funding source audit/ reviews
Attend and participate in state meetings with the Department of Human Resources for compliance guidelines and regulations·
Conduct Quality Assurance surveys and interviews with all active clients quarterly

 


All interested parties should submit their resume to HR @nbnfostercare.org

 

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6/09/2020

 

Clarity Psychological Group provides psychological services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families experiencing a variety of mental health issues. The work of the Clarity Psychological Group encourages the development of self-love for clients through healing, wholeness, and self-empowerment.  

 

The Clarity Psychological Group is currently seeking 2 independent contract clinicians to provide psychosocial assessments and ongoing counseling in an outpatient private practice setting. ideally someone willing to work evenings and some weekends.

 

Required of the Candidate:

 

·         Experience providing direct clinical care in a mental health setting; inpatient, residential, partial hospital, intensive IOP or crisis team setting. 

 

·         A commitment to function in a highly professional and ethical manner

 

·         Exceptional clinical and interpersonal skills

 

·         Willingness to participate on insurance panels as well as accept self-pay 

 

·         Conduct marketing for yourself and the practice

 

·         Work well independently and collaboratively with the team 

 

·         Possess strong clinical, organizational and communication skills, along with the ability to multitask. 

 

Primary responsibilities include: 

 

·         Work to ensure that all required documentation is completed in a timely and professional manner 

 

·         Maintain progress notes, clinical files, email & phone correspondence with potential and current clients, and handle client scheduling

 

·         Collect and document client payments

 

·         Develop and implement treatment plans based on clinical experience and knowledge; maintain all required treatment records and reports

 

·         Collaborate with other staff members to perform clinical assessments and develop treatment plans.

 

·         Demonstrate working knowledge of the Internet, PowerPoint, Word, Excel and electronic health records software.

 

·         Attend regular staff meetings

 

·         Perform other duties as assigned 

 

·         Opportunity to build and grow a small private practice

 

Qualifications 

 

Education: 

 

Master’s degree, Psy.D or PhD in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related field 

 

Licensure/Certification:  

 

Independent license in the State of Georgia, required 

 

Please submit resume and cover letter to [email protected]

 

 

06/08/2020

 

Counseling Program Manager at liveSAFE resources, Inc.- Marietta, GA

 

JOB SUMMARY:

 

This position is responsible for the counseling program.  This includes counseling of sexual assault and domestic violence victims along with other members of the community.  Other major duties include the supervision and training of staff/ volunteers/interns who support the program; quality control and oversight of sub-contractors. 

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Ensures program components are in place as it pertains to funding contracts, protocols, victims and memorandums of understanding.

 

Develops and submits monthly reports on time that demonstrate requirements are being met based on regulations set by any state guidelines as well as grants received by liveSAFE Resources.

 

Provides Clinical Supervision to Provisionally Licensed staff as well as interns and completes all required documentation.

 

Provides counseling to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, elder abuse as needed.

 

Develops client assessments at entry into program, ongoing periodic evaluation and at exit of program.

 

Ensures files are up-to-date and reflective of services provided for all counselors and interns.  Files are subject to review at anytime.

 

Develops professional relationship with local colleges to obtain master level interns for both the sexual assault and domestic violence programs.

 

Develops and implements an intern professional development program ensuring each intern is trained before being assigned to their particular duties.

 

Conducts community wide education programs in the areas of sexual and domestic violence, to include CEU trainings for other professionals.

 

Facilitates and oversees support groups for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence (for community and shelter).

 

Is responsible for some aspects of the financial management of the program including developing and implementing the budget, assisting with necessary information for grant application, submitting monthly reports/financial documents on time and coordinating with the Finance Director for questions.

 

Handles any clients concerns with regards to counseling issues.

 

Ensures all statistical data is collected with regards to programs under the Counseling Program to grant and liveSAFE Resources guidelines.

 

Any other duties as assigned by supervisor.

 

 

 

MINIMUM CREDENTIALS AND EXPERIENCE:    

 

Master’s Degree and with LCSW, or LPC CPCS, and ability to supervise Provisionally Licensed staff and Interns. At least 3 years experience in counseling, social work, or related field.  At least one year of supervisory or management experience.  Strong experience in play therapy required.  Bilingual in Spanish is a plus.  Must have valid driver’s license in State of Georgia and driving record must comply with insurance requirements.  Employment is contingent upon satisfactory results of background, fingerprint, drug and motor vehicle record checks.

 

Please email resume with three references to Felicia Moore at [email protected]

 

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JOB TITLE: Clinical Program Manager
PROGRAM: Behavioral Health Crisis Services Center
FLSA STATUS: Exempt
JOB SUMMARY: The Clinical Program Manager is responsible for planning, developing, implementing and supervising all clinical services in a crisis center under the direction of the Behavioral Health Crisis Center Director. Duties include managing day to day operation of clinical services in Crisis Receiving Services, Temporary Observation and Crisis Stabilization Unit. Assist and ensure all documentation and authorizations required for admission and discharge are completed accurately and in a timely manner per Agency and DBHDD guidelines (i.e. BHA Assessments, Treatment Pans, Safety Plans, Discharge Summaries etc.) Responsible for meeting all regulatory guidelines and performance measures for clinical services per DBHDD and CARF standards. Oversee the recruitment, orientation, and training of clinical department staff. Coordinate with internal and external treatment providers and programs including initiating and overseeing Georgia Regional referrals.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Lead the overall coordination, management, development, and supervision of Clinical Services.
• Oversee the recruitment, orientation, and training of department staff.
• Conduct all professional activity in an ethical manner.
• Conform to all applicable agency policies and procedures.
• In conjunction with other staff assist in the identifying and eliminating of any situation which puts at risk the health and/or safety of clients, staff, or others who come in contact with site operations.
• Utilize literature, workshops, and other training aids to continually improve clinical and administrative skills.
• Maintain licensure/credentials by completing all recommended continuing education requirements.
• Assist in assuring agency compliance with all related licensing and accreditation requirements.
• Routinely checks in with unit staff to review workloads, department efficiencies, and timeframes for work.
• Communicates expectations of staff in clear, unambiguous and concrete terms.
• Communicates regularly with the BHCC Directors regarding program updates and workloads.
• Reviews/approves staff work schedules, time off requests, and timecards for payroll purposes.
Direct Service:
• Supervises and plans work of assigned staff.
• Ensure that program operates in accordance with standards as outlined in the DBHDD provider manual.
• Maintain confidentiality for all indirect/direct service in accordance with agency policies and HIPAA policies
• Possess an understanding of recovery and psychosocial rehabilitation principles.
• Completes and documents BHA Assessments, Authorizations, Safety Plans, and Crisis Assessments
• Develops appropriate treatment plan goals & objectives
• Guides the client in the understanding of his/her illness and contributing personal, social and economic factors
• Meets mandated deadlines for social services and supporting documentation as required by state/agency policies and procedures
• Assists client with discharge planning, advising clients on community resources and making referrals and other arrangements as necessary
• Works with both internal and external stakeholders to ensure effective discharge planning
• Demonstrates good verbal and written communication skills when reporting or documenting on client care/progress
• Participates in daily treatment team meetings
• Other duties as assigned.
• When necessary, coordinates communication between internal and external treatment providers and programs.
• Works closely with nursing staff and physicians to ensure cross-disciplinary communication
MANAGEMENT:
• Provides on call coverage as scheduled; Provides on-site coverage as needed
• Directs activities necessary for the efficient functioning of clinical services, systems and personnel in the department. Supervises the development and implementation of treatment plans for Individuals with complex psychiatric/substance abuse problems. Coordinates resources from other disciplines and departments in the delivery of care.
• Conducts daily clinical audits of the electronic medical record to ensure documentation remains in compliance with agency guidelines.
• Monitors failed activity reports daily; ensures that these failed activities are cleared by responsible staff members.
• Reviews trends in data to focus on and resolve urgent issues, noncompliance issues, and key performance indicators.
• Serves as resource to clinical staff in the provision of care for crisis services.
• Makes rounds on each unit to assess staffing patterns and clinical issues of those served. Adjusts staffing as needed based on census and acuity.
• Manages employee schedules, requests for time off, vacation, holidays, and jury/military duty, etc. in accordance with agency policy.
• Collaborates with other Managers and assist with reviewing all critical incidents occurring on the units and determines need for additional staff training, meetings, and/or discussions in order to prevent future incidents; documents all reviews and meetings as well as training records.
• Assures safety of individuals served, staff and family members. Reports and documents any safety hazards immediately.
• Develops agenda and conducts meetings for clinical staff.
• Conducts performance evaluations for clinical staff; approaches evaluations from a framework of constructive discussion about strengths as well as areas needing improvement with documented evidence of examples of strengths and improvement areas. Assists employees in identifying goals for performance improvement each year and includes with formal evaluation.
• Conducts and documents progressive disciplinary action for all clinical staff in accordance with agency policies and procedures.
• Coordinates content and delivery of new employee orientation for the department; develops training programs/classes/seminars based on employee needs. Works in collaboration with HR to assure ongoing learning needs of employees are being met. Assures attendance of staff at all mandatory compliance training programs.
• Develops and implements quality improvement projects that are data driven. Project findings are documented with recommendations clearly identified and sent to the Director of BHCC.
• Actively participates on agency committees; verbalizes knowledge of professional topics and is willing to take on committee tasks as needed.
• Provides leadership to staff by being an effective change agent and guiding staff through program modifications.
• Communicates effectively with other agency departments and programs to obtain services and resources that are needed for Individual care.
• Coordinating the delivery of clinical services and training to programs for citizens and community providers in accordance with federal, state and agency standards.
Administrative:
• Maintain clinical records in accordance with agency policies
• Ensure timely completion of agency required trainings/workshops.
• Other responsibilities and tasks as may be assigned
KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (KPIs):
• Maintain Agency performance expectations 100% of the time.
• Complete and provide quality, collaborative service documentation 100% of the time.
• 100% of supervisees have met their KPI’s.
• All new hires will be trained and competency expectations will be met within first 30 days and ongoing.
• 100% of all new hires will receive bi-weekly supervision for the first 90 days.
• 99% accurate on entering information in EMR.
• 100% of required trainings will be completed within specific time frames.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Education – Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling or related field from an accredited college or university.
2. Licensure/Certification – Current, unrestricted license as a Professional Counselor or Clinical Social Worker
3. Experience – Minimum three (3) years of human services, social work, and /or clinical experience working with the mental health or substance abuse populations; 1 year in supervisory role.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Experience – Minimum five (5) years of human services, social work, and /or clinical experience working with the mental health or substance abuse populations; 3 years in supervisory role.
2. One (1) year of experience working in a psychiatric inpatient/outpatient setting.

 

TO APPLY

Please visit: www.cobbcsb.com

Applicants who do not apply using the Cobb County Community Services Board link provided above will NOT be considered.

For other Cobb County CSB career opportunities, please visit: https://cobbcsb.acquiretm.com/home.aspx

 

 

 

 

 

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JOB TITLE: Crisis Stabilization Program Manager
FLSA STATUS: Exempt
SHIFT: Variable Hours
JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for supervising the provision of all nursing care provided on the Crisis Stabilization Unit, adhering to psychiatric nursing standards and agency policies and procedures.Assures that nursing care is based on a holistic theoretical approach which includes addressing self-care limitations in behavior and interpersonal functioning. Assumes responsibility for the supervision of all registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and health care technicians in the delivery of nursing care for facility patients. Interacts with licensing and accrediting agencies, family members, other healthcare delivery organizations, and establishes collegial relationships with all healthcare team members within the agency. Directly supervises the Charge Nurses on each shift.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Provides on call coverage as scheduled; Provides on-site coverage as needed
• Directs activities necessary for the efficient functioning of all systems and personnel on the units. Supervises the development and implementation of nursing care plans for patients with complex psychiatric/substance abuse problems. Coordinates resources from other disciplines and departments in the delivery of care.
• Conducts daily clinical audits of the electronic medical record to ensure documentation remains in compliance with agency guidelines.
• Monitors failed activity reports daily; ensures that these failed activities are cleared by responsible staff members.
• Reviews trends in data to focus on and resolve urgent issues, noncompliance issues, and Key Performance Indicators.
• Track and trend medication errors; produce monthly reports that identify problem areas.
• Review admissions and bed utilization data; create monthly reports for data tracking.
• Serves as resource/expert to nursing staff in the provision of care.
• Makes rounds on each unit to assess staffing patterns and patient acuity. Adjusts staffing as needed based on census and acuity.
• Collaborates with Charge Nurses in managing employee schedules, requests for time off, vacation, holidays, and jury/military duty, etc. in accordance with agency policy.
• Reviews all critical incidents occurring on the units and determines need for additional staff training, meetings, and/or discussions in order to prevent future incidents; documents all reviews and meetings as well as training records.
• Assures safety of all individuals, staff and family members; reports and documents any safety hazards immediately to appropriate agency department.
• Develops agenda and conducts Charge Nurse meetings and all staff meetings.
• Collaborates with the Charge Nurses in the interviewing process of nursing and technician personnel.
• Conducts performance evaluations for the Charge Nurses; approaches evaluations from a framework of constructive discussion about strengths as well as areas needing improvement with documented evidence of examples of strengths and improvement areas. Assists employees in identifying goals for performance improvement each year and includes with formal evaluation.
• Ensures that Charge Nurses are conducting performance evaluations of their assigned nursing and technician staff.
• Conducts and documents progressive disciplinary action for all nursing staff in accordance with agency policies and procedures.
• Coordinates content and delivery of new nursing employee orientation; develops training programs/classes/seminars based on employee needs. Works in collaboration with staff development department to assure ongoing learning needs of employees are being met. Assures attendance of staff at all mandatory compliance training programs.
• Develops and implements nursing quality improvement projects that are data driven. Project findings are documented with recommendations clearly identified and sent to agency leadership team.
• Actively participates on nursing and agency committees; verbalizes knowledge of professional topics and is willing to take on committee tasks as needed.
• Provides nursing leadership to nursing staff by being an effective change agent and guiding staff through program modifications.
• Delegates duties and responsibilities to Charge Nurses to ensure that all program policies and directives are initiated and adhered.
• Coordinates the placement and experiences of nursing students assigned to the units in collaboration with their instructors.
• Communicates effectively with other agency departments and programs to obtain services and resources that are needed for patient care.
KNOWLEDGE
• Knowledge of nursing care standards, methods and techniques in all areas of psychiatric nursing; knowledge of communicable diseases and infection control procedures that must be practiced by all nursing staff.
• Knowledge of age-appropriate psychiatric care delivery related to personality characteristics, physical growth, psychosocial and cognitive development and spirituality.
• Knowledge and skills to develop clinical programming, unit schedules and staff duties for programming in collaboration with medical and social work directors.
SKILLS
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Exceptional time management skills and attention to detail.
• Familiar with computer hardware and software including Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), e-mail, fax, and scanning.
ABILITIES
• Leadership ability: Demonstrates knowledge of healthcare management principles and sound decision-making skills; is self-directed and self-motivated. Inspires others by example; searches for faster, better, less costly ways of accomplishing tasks and communicates/proposes improvements. Works collaboratively with others to find solutions that benefit all; actively supports group decisions. Offers and accepts constructive feedback; encourages and supports others.
• Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
• Ability to actively participate in the budget preparation process as well as ongoing monitoring of costs against budget projections.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Education – Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
• Licensure/Certification – Georgia License as Registered Nurse Professional
• Experience – Minimum three-years (3) of management/supervisory experience and three-year’s experience in the behavioral health field.
• Other - Criminal background check clearance, official academic transcripts, valid driver’s license/ID drug screen, TB test
PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS:
• Education - Master Degree in Nursing, or a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing with master’s degree in other behavioral health science will be considered.
• Licensure/Certification – Georgia License as Registered Nurse Professional
• Experience – Minimum four (4) years of management/supervisory experience, four years of behavioral health experience and two years of experience in Behavioral Health Crisis Services.

 

TO APPLY  Please visit: www.cobbcsb.com

Applicants who do not apply using the Cobb County Community Services Board link provided above will NOT be considered.

For other Cobb County CSB career opportunities, please visit: https://cobbcsb.acquiretm.com/home.aspx

 

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6/03/2020

 

The Journey Counseling Services in Kennesaw, GA is excited to announce that we are currently looking for 1-2 fully and/or associate level licensed therapists, who are interested in joining our practice on a contractual basis. We specialize in children, adolescents, families, and perinatal women.
Although, we serve clients of all racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds, majority of our clients of color prefer to see a therapist of color, as well. The ideal therapist would be a Registered Play Therapist (or willing to actively pursue this credentialing) and work with Children, Adolescents, and Parents/Families, as well as a therapist of color or a racial trauma-informed non-POC therapist, who is culturally, ethnically, and racially sensitive, inclusive, and aware.
Although, this is a part time position, including working evenings and weekends, and some referrals will be provided, you must be willing to participate in actively growing your caseload.
Interested applicants should call Kadesha Adelakun, LCSW, RPT-S at 404-734-7309 or email your resume and cover letter to [email protected] fax to 678-668-7431

 

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6/02/2020

 

Masters degree in community counseling or related field. (Social Work, Community Mental Health, Marriage and Family Therapy).
Must be license eligible with Georgia’s Secretary of State.
Must be under supervision for licensure if not fully licensed.
Must demonstrate clinical knowledge and skills to provide assessment and clinical services.
Must practice by the ethical standards of the professional association and state licensing board.
Valid Drivers license with good driving record and proof of insurance.
Contract position
Therapists will be required to complete and pass a criminal background check (DHS OIG) and other safety screenings and drug screen.
Must have access to a computer and telephone to contact clients and document services provided.
Serves under the Director of Goshen Therapeutic Services.
Upon receiving referral, make collateral calls to referring agency, review all documentation and notes pertaining to the family or individual’s history, diagnosis and case plan.
Provide individual counseling.
Provide family counseling, training and coaching.
Conduct mental health assessments
Work in partnership with DFCS case managers to help individuals and families achieve their potential.
Attend court hearings or case panel hearings to testify as requested by attorneys and DFCS.
Track units of service and dates of service outlined on the service authorization.
Document all service in Electronic Health record.
Attend monthly meetings, as required, for training, to receive updates regarding policies and procedures and to staff cases.
Maintain compliance with required trainings: safe to sleep, child safety care seat, HIPPA, workplace violence, security awareness

 

submit resume/cover letter to: [email protected]

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Private Practice Therapist Wanted
We are a growing holistic group practice in the Marietta area looking for two dynamic, creative  LAPC, LPC and LCSW.  Ability to work flexible hours including days, evenings, and weekends are required. The ideal candidate is person-centered and comfortable in working with kids, teens, families, individuals as well as couples.
Benefits:

Established practice with clients ready to be served.

Provide services via telemental health and/or Private office
Very supportive environment and friendly atmosphere, A warm healing space, Marketing, Supervision and Peer consultation offered
Requirements:
Fully licensed in the state of Georgia (LMFT, LPC or LCSW) or Associate Licensed Professional under supervision. Supervision provided for right candidates.
Strong written and verbal communication skills


Preferred Experience:
Experience facilitating group therapy and working with kids and teens
Holistic training in hypnosis, mindfulness, yoga a plus
Certifications in areas such as Brain-Spotting, CBT, trauma, EMDR and/or DBT
Must be willing to learn new skills and facilitate one mental health group per week.
Please submit your resume and cover letter to Nicole Lobban at [email protected]
Salary: $45,000- 72,000 based on experience

 

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5/18/2020

Norcross: Continuing Education (CE) Reviewer: LPCA of GA is a non-profit professional association serving the counseling profession. LPCA is award as #1 in Members Services.   Email resume to [email protected].     Position Summary: Continuing Education continues to play a critical role in counselor development. Part of LPCA’s mission is to make sure there are legitimate, quality CE courses available.  The Reviewer will examine course material and the presenter to insure compliant with state board rules, law, policy, and of the quality that LPCA members expect. After due diligence the reviewer will make recommendations and matters to the CE Chair.   

Competitive pay

 Requirements:

Days: Monday and Wednesday, can alter days
Must be able to use excel, word, and other MS products.
Familiar with email via Outlook and Gmail
Assist in answering the phone and member’s questions

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Northeast Georgia Council on Domestic Violence, Inc

has an immediate job opening for an intern in an accredited master's degree program or an associate lPC seeking licensure. Supervision is provided by a Ph.D. LMFT, LPC, CPCS please send to [email protected] Hartwell, GA.

 

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Summit's Edge, LLC is seeking qualified licensed therapists to join their team! We are currently recruiting fully licensed mental health clinicians (LPC, LCSW, LMFT, PhD) to provide services to the diversified population within the Metro Atlanta Area. We are a warm and inviting but innovative private practice servicing child/adolescent, individual adults, teens and couples/families in Marietta bordering Atlanta. Services are designed to address and strengthen the emotional, developmental, educational and social needs of those referred to us.
Summit's Edge is committed to providing the highest quality care in order to create lasting social change. We pride ourselves on our focus on the clinician’s well-being as a means of insuring the client the most elevated care.
LICENSED THERAPIST
Must be equipped and trained in interdisciplinary treatment planning by completing comprehensive psychosocial assessment, reassessment, and crisis intervention and consultation. Must have a specialization in working with trauma, gender and sexual minorities, persons of color, and trained in a trauma intervention specialty (EMDR, IFS, Brainspotting, ART, RRT, etc.)
ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCES
Able to work with individuals, couples and run groups when needed. Extensive training in or 2-3 years of experience in working with target population. Excellent use of EHR system and comfortable with technology, email and use of spreadsheets. Effective communication skills, emotional regulation and team player.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Must be fully licensed: LCSW, LMFT, LPC, or Psychologist and must be willing to be paneled on at least 2 insurance panels, Summits Edge will assist in credentialing process. Must have a specialization in working with trauma, gender and sexual minorities, persons of color, and trained in a trauma intervention specialty (EMDR, IFS, Brainspotting, ART, RRT, etc.) Must be willing and available to attend bi-weekly staff meetings, monthly consultation meetings, and occasional marketing events.
EDUCATION
Master's Degree in Psychology, Social Work or related field, from a CACREP accredited college or university with three years of post-licensure experience. Must be able to effectively communicate with in-house staff. Must be motivated, flexible and receptive.
Employee with Benefits Flexible position: Must be willing to work mornings, evenings and weekends. Schedules are set but flexible.
Email your resume to [email protected] to apply

 

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Private Practice Therapist Wanted

We are a growing holistic group practice in the Marietta area looking for two dynamic, creative  LAPC, LPC and LCSW.  Ability to work flexible hours including days, evenings, and weekends are required. The ideal candidate is person-centered and comfortable in working with kids, teens, families, individuals as well as couples.
Benefits: Established practice with clients ready to be served.

 Provide services via telemental health and/or Private office

Very supportive environment and friendly atmosphere, A warm healing space, Marketing, Supervision and Peer consultation offered
Requirements:
Fully licensed in the state of Georgia (LMFT, LPC or LCSW) or Associate Licensed Professional under supervision. Supervision provided for right candidates.
Strong written and verbal communication skills

 Preferred Experience:

Experience facilitating group therapy and working with kids and teens
Holistic training in hypnosis, mindfulness, yoga a plus
Certifications in areas such as Brain-Spotting, CBT, trauma, EMDR and/or DBT
Must be willing to learn new skills and facilitate one mental health group per week.
Please submit your resume and cover letter to Nicole Lobban at [email protected]
Salary: $45,000- 72,000 based on experience

 

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5/15/2020

Tranquility Counseling Services located near downtown Woodstock Ga has a contract position available for a highly qualified clinician.

• Full Time or Part Time available
• Must be able to exhibit exceptional ethics and integrity
• Must maintain mal practice insurance
• Supervision / Consultation available if needed
To be considered please submit your resume, and a cover letter briefly describing your passion as a clinician and your career goals.
Send resume and cover letter to [email protected]

 

05/14/2020

 

CARE Therapeutic Services provides therapy services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families with a variety of mental health issues. We are located in the West Cobb area, working collaboratively with physicians, lawyers, and educators, to serve clients throughout Cobb and Paulding counties, but also extending to Douglas and Polk county areas as well. CARE provides a warm and friendly office space with several other mental health providers serving children and families.

 

CARE Therapeutic Services is currently seeking a fully licensed therapist (LPC, LCSW, LMFT) to provide counseling/psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and couples/families in an outpatient, private practice setting. This position is for an independent contractor on a full or part time basis, primarily evening and weekend hours. We offer a competitive split in return for client referrals, scheduling, billing, insurance processing, furnished office space, marketing, and consultation. Our goal is to offer a welcoming and inclusive environment where counselors will feel respected and want to stay with our practice long term.

 

REQUIRED: Some weekend/evening hours are required due to high demand for these times; FULL licensure in GA and ability to be credentialed with insurance panels; AWESOME personality (i.e. respectful, laid back, self-motivated) to be a good fit with the CARE Team

 

PREFERRED: Preference given for specialty services (EMDR, play therapy, EFT, DBT, Substance Use); clinicians already credentialed with insurance panels; psychologists

 

If interested in working with us, please send resume, cover letter, and any questions to [email protected]

 

05/12/2020

LAPC Job Description:  To apply  Indeed or email resume to Felecia Jones  [email protected]

ARP Management, LLC is seeking a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor. The Associate counselor will be responsible for assisting the Clinical Director in direct care of the clients and implementing the goals of client’s overall Plan of Service. This will include but not be limited to the administering of individual, family and group counseling sessions.
• Utilize counseling and psychotherapy to evaluate and treat emotional and mental problems and conditions, whether cognitive, behavioral, or affective.
• Assess need and make decisions regarding the delivery of the appropriate individual, group and family counseling.
• Conduct interviews and make assessments of potential clients to determine need and appropriateness for program participation and referrals
• Analyze situations and take necessary actions to provide crisis intervention. Interpreting and implementing ARP Procedures regarding crisis intervention.
• Provide direct counseling services
• Assess and monitor client behavior
• Create individual treatment and service plans.
• Report to Clinical Director any unusual incidents that should be brought to the attention of the program director
• Embrace and embody the mission, vision, and goals of ARP Management, LLC.
• Ability to work independently and as a group
• High level of initiative
Minimum Qualifications:
• Must have the following Licensure or certification: LAPC
• 2 years of experience in substance abuse and mental health
• Ability to lead group sessions and conduct individual and Family Therapy sessions.
• CPI and CPR training
Job Type: Full-time

Application Questions
• How many years of substance abuse experience do you have?
• Do you have the following license or certification: CPI?
• Do you have the following license or certification: CPR/First Aid?
• Do you have the following license or certification: LAPC?
• Are you willing to undergo a background check, in accordance with local law/regulations?

Atlanta Recovery Place LLC, 1742 Mount Vernon Road Ste 200 , Dunwoody Ga 30338
Phone# 678-691-0005

 

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5/08/2020

Atlanta Family Counseling is looking for an ambitious counselor. Fully licensed is preferred. Masters degree is a must. The job includes individual, family and group therapy; experience in substance abuse and domestic violence is a plus! The ability to work Saturday mornings and evenings is a must. Job responsibilities include: administering assessments (substance abuse, anger management, and domestic violence), having a case-load of individual clients, facilitating groups, appropriate record keeping, great ethics and the ability to be a self-starter. (30+ hours as a contract position)  Please submit resumes to: [email protected]

 

5/04/2020

 

Espyr, established in 1989 as EAP Consultants LLC, we changed our name to better reflect our vision and expanded scope as a leader in Behavioral Health. Today, we have a national network of 45,000 clinicians, trainers, financial, legal, work-life professionals, coaches and consultants who deliver proven employee well-being programs and invaluable leadership development and support resources to over 2,000 organizations nationwide. Although we still provide the most innovative, Employee Assistance and Work/Life programs you’ll find anywhere, we are far more than a traditional EAP. Our full spectrum of behavioral health products - EAP, leadership development, coaching and Student Assistance Programs - establishes Espyr as a unique resource to industry, governmental agencies, academic institutions and non-profit organizations.
ESPYR is looking to hire a Customer Care Specialist to join our team.

 

Position Requirements:
• Master’s degree from an accredited program in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, or a closely related
field.
• Minimum license requirement of LMSW, LAPC, etc and/or eligible to receive within 3 months.
• Two years’ experience preferred in the EAP or behavioral healthcare field.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Fully Bilingual in Spanish (Desirable - This is not an exclusion criteria).
• Computer & technology competency.
• Other skills required include the ability to function independently with minimal supervision; ability to function as a dependable member of a diverse team; superior critical thinking skills; ability to multi-task and meet deadlines, along with strong attention to detail.

Essential Functions of the job include but are not limited to:
• Conducts intake interviews over the phone to assess the counseling needs of new EAP clients by conducting a bio-psycho-social assessment;
• Assess the acuity and clinical urgency of clients;
• Provides service in a tele-mental health environment (over the phone or video)
• Help clients identify personal, familial, or vocational problems that are affecting or may impact their functioning and wellbeing;
• Assesses and enhances clients’ readiness for change using motivational counseling principles and techniques;
• Conducts substance abuse assessments to determine appropriate levels of care and ensures timely referrals to medical, detoxification or treatment resources as needed;
• Assesses for child/ elder abuse or neglect and as appropriate and takes steps to ensure safety;
• Engages in case consultations with peers and supervisors as needed or directed;
• Redirecting management consults, formal referrals, and critical incident responses;
• Administration work such as data entry.

Shifts:
• 12:00 PM-8:30 PM
OR
• 8:30AM to 5PM

Hours:
• 40 hours a week Job Type: full-time contract

 

If interested, please email a Cover Letter and Resume to Allison Thurschwell: [email protected]

 

 

 

4/27/2020

Family Counseling Associates of North Georgia is looking for Clinical Supervisors.  The desired candidate would have the following:

 1. Fully licensed in the state of Georgia for the required amount of time in order to Supervise.  LPC must hold CPCS or be in the process of receiving the certification.  LCSW and MFT's are encouraged to apply as well.

2. Have experience conducting intakes and placement of Clinicians.

3. Have a strong desire to grow up counselors in training.

4. Be a strong team player and have excellent counseling and customer skills.

Please send a resume and letter of interest to [email protected] for immediate review.

 

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4/24/2020

During Georgia’s Emergency Declaration:  OPPORTUNITY TO TRAIN & WORK FROM HOME!

Licensed Clinicians Saving Lives – Apply via our recruiting portal at http://bit.ly/2RbM8U7

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 4/23/2020 

ACR Behavioral Health Organization, LLC.  Position: Therapist, LAPC (Full Time Position)   

 

Qualification:  At least a Master’s Degree in psychology, sociology, social work or behavioral science. Must have excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to work under pressure and reliable transportation. A Valid driver’s license, Must be able and willing to work in the Community Based Settings, including Home, Church, Jail, etc. Must be Computer literate. 

 

Responsibilities: 

 

  1. 1.    Conduct therapy approaches (cognitive behavior therapy, personal therapy, and psychoeducational therapy etc.) that helps clients make changes in their feelings, thoughts, and behavior in order to move toward recovery, clarify goals, and address self-stigma.
  2. 2.    Document clients progress to maintain a permanent record of client activity according to the agency’s established methods and procedures.
  3. 3.    Working with Adults and Children.
  4. 4.    Attends organizational meetings and trainings.
  5. 5.    Submit progress notes weekly according to guidelines.
  6. 6.    Other duties as assigned.

 

 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

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ACR Behavioral Health Organization, LLC
Position: Fully Licensed Therapist, LPC (Full Time Position)
Qualification:
At least a Master’s Degree in psychology, sociology, social work or behavioral science, and currently holds a Georgia professional license as a LPC OR LCSW. At least 2 years of work experience with adults with severe and persistent mental illness. A team member who provides therapy but does not function as a team leader may hold a partial license as a LMSW, LAPC, OR LAMFT. Must have excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to work under pressure and reliable transportation. Valid driver’s license, Must be able and willing to work in the Community Based Settings, including Home, Church, Jail, etc. Must be Computer literate.
Responsibilities:
1. Conduct therapy approaches (cognitive behavior therapy, personal therapy, and psychoeducational therapy etc.) that helps clients make changes in their feelings, thoughts, and behavior in order to move toward recovery, clarify goals, and address self-stigma.
2. Document clients progress to maintain a permanent record of client activity according to the agency’s established methods and procedures.
3. Working with Adults and Children.
4. Attends organizational meetings and trainings.
5. Submit progress notes weekly according to guidelines.
6. Other duties as assigned.

Please submit your resume to and email or fax it to:
Gwen Holmes, HR Department
[email protected]
Fax#404.508.0071
Phone#.404.508.0078


 

 

4/20/2020

 

Job Title: Trauma-Informed Counselor Assistant

Job Summary: Works collaboratively with trauma informed therapists to support female offenders. Administers and coordinates the services and program activities under the scope of the Returning Citizens Supportive Services Grant.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
• Provides an array of client services as identified by the Trauma Informed Therapist(s)
• Supports the mission of the Georgia Department of Corrections and ensures that services are provided with fidelity
• Serves as the grant program manager to coordinate, monitor, and evaluate grant activities
• Serves as the point of contact for the Georgia Department of Corrections staff and community stakeholders to ensure the effective delivery of program services
• Maintain confidentiality of records related to client’s treatment
• Monitor, evaluate, and record client progress according to measurable goals described in treatment care plan
• Prepare and maintain all required treatment records and reports
• Utilizes a variety of software applications in the development or design of documents and visual aids to meet agency needs
• Other duties as assigned
Entry Qualifications:
Master’s degree from an accredited college or university AND Two years of related experience OR Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a related fields AND Four years of related experience OR One year of experience at the lower Behavioral Health Counselor 2 (HCP101) or position equivalent. Note: some positions may require specialized certification.

Preferred Qualifications:
Experience working with diverse populations and an understanding of trauma-informed practice. Two years of experience in human services delivery, which includes direct client interaction, arranging services and coordinating support activities, conducting assessments, and assisting with case management activities. Experience in conducting professional trainings and/or presenting training materials. Advanced level experience utilizing Microsoft Office (Word,

 

If interested in this position, please contact Catherine Robinson at Happy Faces Personnel Group Inc. 770-414-9071 or [email protected]

 

 

 

 

Middle Flint Behavioral Healthcare

                              JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Posting Date: 06/20/2020

Application Deadline Date: Open Until Filled

Position Title:

                Outpatient Clinician

Position No:  TBD

                               3 Positions Available

 

Minimum Entry Salary *:  

         Based Upon Experience

Location:

Webster, Marion, Sumter, Schley, Taylor, Crisp, Dooly, Macon, Houston, Peach and Crawford Counties

Services Area/Programs:

Americus Outpatient;

 Warner Robins Outpatient

 

Description of Duties:Clinician is an important member of our multi-disciplinary team, provides comprehensive assessments, individual, group counseling, family counseling, and other treatment modalities within an evidence-based framework. Demonstrates strong clinical judgment in assessment, application of diagnostic criteria, clinical formulations, and sound triage decisions. Actively contributes to the treatment center and organization through on-going collaborative efforts. Participation as an active member of an interdisciplinary treatment team, developing and implementing client-centered treatment plans and goal setting for serviced individuals. Complies with required productivity requirement as set forth by immediate supervisor.

 

Minimum Qualifications:Master’s degree in a related field.  Current licensure as a Master’s level Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist or Licensed Professional Counselor by Georgia Composite Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapist.  Valid, Unrestricted Georgia Driver’s License.

Preferred Qualifications:Two (2) years work experience in social services delivery (case management, outreach, prevention/education, individual assessments, counseling); Two (2) years behavioral health experience that includes experience providing individual and group services to individuals with co-occurring disorders. Computer proficient and have the ability to multi-task. Experience working in mental health and experience conducting groups. Keyboard proficient with basic computer and typing skills.

 

Mail Completed Middle Flint application or resume to:

 

Human Resources

Middle Flint Behavioral Healthcare

P.O. Box 7977

Warner Robins, GA 31095

[email protected]

 

 

Middle Flint Behavioral Healthcare services the following 11 counties: Webster, Marion, Sumter, Schley, Taylor, Crisp, Dooly, Macon, Houston, Peach and Crawford.

Middle Flint Behavioral Healthcare is a Drug Free Workplace. Current Middle Flint applications should be filled out carefully and completely.  Describe background in full and make certain application is signed.  Incomplete applications or applications with insufficient information can result in an applicant not being considered for the vacancy.  Please KEEP a copy of your application.  All applications must be received (not postmarked) by the above specified deadline.  Finger- printing and/or Drug Screening may be required, if appointed.  Any male applicant between 18 and 26 years of age must present proof of having registered with the Selective Service as required by federal and state law, or of being exempt from such registration.

 

Position open to:

 

[ X]     All qualified applicants

[ X]     Employees of Middle Flint Behavioral Healthcare

[  ]     This position is classified, and will remain classified only if filled by a current classified employee.

 

                                                       An Equal Opportunity Employer

Middle Flint Behavioral Healthcare does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities.  An applicant who has a disability which requires special accommodations should contact this office.

* ENTRY SALARY may be adjusted depending upon the selected candidate’s qualifications and agency budget considerations.