Therapist - Adults
Comprehensive Life Resources
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Post Date: Nov 13, 2019
Job Type: Full Time
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Location: US - Washington - Tacoma
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Provide case management and counseling to individuals seeking services in our Adult Outpatient Clinic. Serves as a member of an organization that welcomes, engages, and serves individuals with complex wellness needs.

•        Provide clinical case coordination and therapy for consumers.
•        Provide individual, group, family therapy, and education counseling services as required. This may include providing outreach and community-based services.
•        Provide case management services as defined in consumer treatment plans.
•        Complete assessments and coordinate treatment planning and services with other program staff, other consultants, relevant agencies, and individuals, e.g. DOC, hospitals, Congregate Care Facilities etc.…)
•        Complete paperwork in a timely manner.
•        Keep records up-to-date and in compliance with WAC, Title XIX and agency requirements.
•        Participate in intake and assessment, treatment planning, and psychiatric review of cases.
•        Attend treatment team meetings, staff meetings, and designated staff training and consultation sessions.
•        Ensure that ethical and professional standards of practice are maintained.
•        In addition to the above, perform other duties as assigned.
•        Ability to complete paperwork within required timeframes, meets content requirements, grammatically correct, and engages client participation in treatment planning and RX plans are signed by the client.
•        Demonstrates flexibility in practice, develops strong relationships with other employees, and provides good team communication and engages family members and natural supports in treatment planning.
•        Ability to receive and apply feedback, is accountable, and contributes to a positive work environment.
•        Develops and maintains a self-care plan, seeks supervision when needed and recognizes signs of burnout.
•        Demonstrates timely, consistent, and direct communication is provided to team members and supervisors.
•        Demonstrates utilization of all resources available
•        Demonstrates diagnosing, engagement skills through use of relationships and application of motivational interviewing, and crisis intervention skills through a variety of clientele.
•        Ability to utilize consultation and feedback and utilizes training for professional development.
•        Demonstrates ethical decision-making skills and appropriate boundaries.
•        Ability to meet productivity requirements and consumers are discharged with improved symptoms as evidenced by client report and DLA-20, PHQ-9 andPSC-17.
•        Demonstrate empathy, hopefulness, and resourcefulness in communicating with others.
•        Promote whole health care as a key to people’s recovery and quality of life

•        Master’s degree in social or behavioral sciences.
•        Demonstrated ability to work with mentally ill individuals in the community.
•        WA State credential/license.
•        Strong computer skills
•        Strong analytical, interpersonal, written, and verbal communications skills.
•        Demonstrated ability to multi-task, prioritize deadlines, work independently, take initiative, and maintain confidentiality.
•        Valid Washington State driver’s license; proof of insurance.

CLR offers accessible community-based behavioral health services, guided by recovery-oriented principles and best practices, for Pierce County adults and youth.

*Medical, Dental and Vision – 100% paid premiums for Full-Time employees
*10 Paid Holidays
*Sick Leave
*Mental Health/Wellness Leave
*403(b) Retirement Plan
*Employee Assistance Program
*Health Reimbursement Arrangement
*Flexible Spending Accounts
*Health Savings Account
*Voluntary Life Insurance