Mental Health Therapist

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New Hope, MN, USA

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Overview: Seeking experienced mental health therapist to provide outpatient mental health services to individuals with primary focus on adults and their families in a clinic-based setting in New Hope.&nbsp;&nbsp;<strong>Currently providing 90% services via telemedicine with limited in-person services available when necessary.&nbsp;</strong>&nbsp;Intensive or advanced training in working with individuals who have experienced trauma or adults with SPMI is preferred.&nbsp; The clinical supervisor for the position is approved by both the MN Board of Social Work and the MN Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy to provide supervision towards licensure.
Responsibilities: <ul> <li>Therapist will participate as a member of a multidisciplinary team, providing mental health services including: diagnostic assessment, individual and family assessment, treatment planning, individual therapy, family therapy, group psychotherapy, crisis intervention, skills training, and case consultation with primary focus on serving adult clients of all ages and their families.</li> <li>Collaboratively develop treatment plans with clients and guardians/caregivers, conducting treatment plan reviews routinely to determine ongoing care needs, and assist with clinical data collection and reporting.</li> <li>Provide documentation in a professional and timely fashion that accurately reflects clinical service consistent with internal and external documentation standards.</li> <li>Collaborate with other professionals including social workers, case managers, probation officers, medical professionals, and family members/natural supports to coordinate care for assigned clients.</li> <li>Participate in case consultation and provide input to the multidisciplinary team, representing the disciplines of social work, psychology, marriage and family therapy, or clinical counseling in client&rsquo;s treatment plans.</li> <li>Therapist may participate as a member of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Team by providing DBT skills training to individuals, families, and groups.</li> <li>Willing to work two evenings a week to provide increased access for services to clients and their families.</li> <li>Experience working with a diverse client population in terms of race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender identity, sexual orientation, cognitive ability, etc.</li> </ul>
Requirements: <ul> <li>Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, Clinical Counseling, Psychology, or Social Work or PsyD/PhD.</li> <li>Working to obtain clinical contact and supervision hours to achieve Mental Health Professional licensure through the corresponding licensing Board requirements.</li> <li>Licensed with a pre-professional license when the corresponding licensing Board requires it.</li> <li>2-5 years experience providing mental health services to adults with SPMI or who have experienced trauma or dissociation.</li> </ul> <p>or&nbsp;</p> <ul> <li>Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, Clinical Counseling, Psychology, or Social Work or PsyD/PhD.</li> <li>Independently licensed as a LP, LICSW, LPCC, or LMFT preferred</li> </ul>