Job Type: Full Time
Employee Assistance Program
Paid Time Off
Jewish Holidays off with pay
Provides mental health counseling services to individuals, couples, and families and facilitates groups within the community to children and adults.
Masters degree in Social Work , Mental Health Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy or related field from an accredited college or university
Two years experience counseling children and families preferred.
Knowledge and skills in: Needs of, identification of abused and neglected children and adults; child development, and individual and family functioning; working with hard to reach or resistant individuals and families; collaborating with other disciplines and services; skills in group dynamics and leading group discussions.
Licensure, Certification and/or Registration:
Licensed or license-eligible in the State of Florida (LMHC, LCSW or LMFT)
Primary Job Functions:
Provide in person and telehealth counseling services to individuals, children, couples, families and groups.
Maintain client files (to include biopsychosocials, assessments, treatment plans, treatment plan reviews, progress notes and discharge summaries) in accordance with program standards, including Medicaid.
Prepare reports and documentation to remain compliant with contracts (funding streams).
Provide professional case consultation to professionals involved in client’s case.
Adhere to monthly billable productivity requirements based on position held
Refer clients to appropriate community resources and organizations.
Works cooperatively as part of a team
Maintain an electronic calendar of scheduled appointments
Provide training to parents, teachers and staff (workshops, speaking engagements and tv) as needed.
Adhere to credentialing ethical standards and guidelines
Complete other duties as assigned.
Periodic Job Functions:
Attend professional training.
Provide testimony or documentation for court hearings regarding clinical observations (as requested)
(COVID-19 VACCINATION REQUIRED (unless you qualify for an exemption under House Bill #1-B)