Mental Health Therapist LPC(LPC–IT/LMFT–IT/LCSW-IT)Ladysmith-PartTime/FullTime*

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Ladysmith, WI

Aurora Community Services

<strong>We are a passionate and diverse human service agency committed to helping individuals live fuller, richer lives while helping businesses to thrive and flourish. Discover more about our creative and cutting-edge solutions for you, your family, or your organization.</strong><br /><br /><strong>​It is our mission is to support people in creating their "New Beginning."</strong><br /><br /><strong>Aurora Community Services was &ldquo;born&rdquo; on April 18, 1986, in Menomonie, Wisconsin. On this day, Dave Barnard and Jim Neuman - the two founders of Aurora Community Services - stood in the rain at an auction, waiting to bid on two beds for the new residential home they were opening in the community.</strong>

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Overview: <p>&nbsp;</p> Provide high quality, compassionate, and ethical individual, family, marital, and group therapy. Clinical staff responsibilities include, but are not limited to, competence in crisis assessment, mental health evaluation of clients, and treatment planning.<br /><br /> <p><strong>Benefits:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Opportunities for advancement in a growing, hire-from-within company</li> <li>Shift differential on weekends</li> <li>Employee discount - Verizon and Dell&nbsp;</li> <li>Health Insurance</li> <li>Life Insurance</li> <li>Dental Insurance</li> <li>Vacation/Personal Hours</li> <li>Employee Stock Ownership</li> <li>401-K</li> <li>Employee Achievement Program</li> <li>Casual dress (no uniforms), fun work atmosphere</li> <li>And more</li> </ul>
Responsibilities: <ul> <li>Maintain a high level of professional and ethical practice as established through the state of Wisconsin and related professional organizations (ie. ACSW, Association of MFT, etc.)</li> <li>Maintain and conduct practice consistent with overall philosophy of the agency</li> <li>Develop treatment plans, monitor treatment progress, and provide follow-up services</li> <li>Consult with peers, supervisors, and other professionals regarding cases, treatment plans, interventions, approaches, etc.</li> <li>Attend staff meetings as required</li> <li>Demonstrate positive working relationships with consumers, staff, and other professionals</li> <li>Maintain accurate and timely clinical records consistent with Agency policy and state requirements</li> <li>Write reports that conform to prescribed style and format</li> <li>Effectively present information to management, staff, and other organizational groups</li> <li>Promote positive consumer relations</li> <li>Assume on-call duties as assigned</li> <li>Provide consultation/education to the community as needed</li> <li>Maintain all professional licensing requirements (i.e. continuing education credits)</li> <li>Complete agency training</li> <li>Market agency products/services and provide community presentations as needed to build referral base</li> <li>Maintain consumer confidentiality standard consistent with HIPAA regulations</li> <li>Assess crisis situations, intervene appropriately, and work autonomously</li> <li>Perform other duties as assigned</li> </ul>
Requirements: <ul> <li><strong>Problem Solving -&nbsp;</strong>identify and resolve problem in a timely manner, gathering and analyzing information skillfully.</li> <li><strong>Interpersonal Skills -&nbsp;</strong>maintain confidentiality, remaining open to others&rsquo; ideas and exhibiting willingness to try new things.</li> <li><strong>Oral Communication -&nbsp;</strong>speak clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations; demonstrating group presentation and meeting skills.</li> <li><strong>Written Communication -&nbsp;</strong>edit work for spelling and grammar, presenting numerical data effectively, and ability to read and interpret written information.</li> <li><strong>Planning/Organizing &ndash;</strong>&nbsp;prioritize and plan work activities, using time efficiently, and develop realistic action plans.</li> <li><strong>Quality Control -</strong>&nbsp;ensure accuracy, quality, and thoroughness by effectively monitoring own work.</li> <li><strong>Adaptability &ndash;</strong>&nbsp;adapt to changes in the work environment, manage competing demands, and deal with frequent change, delays, or unexpected events.</li> <li><strong>Dependability &ndash;&nbsp;</strong>consistently at work and on time, following instructions, responding to management direction, and soliciting feedback to improve performance.</li> <li><strong>Safety and Security -</strong>&nbsp;actively promote, personally observe, and promote safety/security procedures, using equipment and materials properly.&nbsp;</li> </ul>