This position provides counseling assistance to women presenting with substance use disorder. It collaborates with the treatment team to help create an individualized plan to serve our clients.
The therapist will:
• Assess strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences and formulate a diagnostic impression based on DSM criteria.
• Complete treatment plan, discharge summaries and all over chart requirements in a timely manner.
• Provide individual counseling and facilitate educational and counseling groups.
• Provide skill building and psycho-educational groups.
• Work cooperatively with community resources and referrals.
• Maintain all training and strive to increase professional growth.
• Provide crisis intervention when necessary.
• Maintain state license/registration/certification for practice.
• Carry out delegated responsibilities.
• Maintain a high level of personal and professional ethics when working with clients.
• Practice dependability, punctuality, and an attitude of willingness to help.
• Maintains confidentiality and understands laws and procedures.
• Exhibits effective communication skills, flexibility in handing situations, and upholds the agencies code of conduct.
Hours will average about 22 per week, including Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday mornings 9:00-12:00 for group sessions, and various hour for individual client sessions.
The compensation will be based on experience and license.
Please email cover letter, resume, and desired compensation to Jennifer DaSilva at firstname.lastname@example.org.