This is a clinical position responsible for providing counseling services for individuals diagnosed with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health diagnosis. This position maintains a client caseload, following established treatment guidelines and agency policies and procedures. This position provides therapeutic interventions utilizing a variety of treatment modalities, with emphasis on substance use issues, individually matched to the needs of each client served. This position will report to the Clinical Director.
*Minimum level of Associates degree in counseling necessary
*Master’s degree or higher in counseling, psychology, behavioral science, or equivalent field of study.
*Must possess a current valid and unrestricted license or associate license in the state of Kentucky: Acceptable licenses are: LPCC, LCSW, LPCA, LPCC, CADC, CSW and LCADC.
*Prefer to have one or more years’ experience with license.
*Prefer knowledge of recovery, mental health and other co-occurring disorders and experience in working with addiction in a residential and / or intensive outpatient milieu.
*Prefer experience working with various funding streams and ability to collaborate with our billing department.
*Prefer experience in crisis intervention and conflict resolution skills.
*Must possess the ability to work in a fast paced, dynamic environment.
*Must possess a valid Kentucky driver’s license.
*Experience with medication-assisted treatment preferred.
*Compensation will reflect an applicant’s experience, licensure, and ability to supervise.
*Complete clinical assessments, treatment planning, consultation, and appropriate referrals according to the individual’s professional discipline and education. Services shall be provided in accordance with the established Kentucky mental health and substance abuse standards as well as within the scope of practice of the individual.
*In conjunction with Clinical Supervisor ensure adherence to the required HIPAA and documentation requirements as identified by county, state, and federal regulatory agencies.
*Conduct psychosocial evaluations and provide therapeutic interventions including crisis counseling to individuals, groups and families as needed to facilitate.
*Maintain personal professional liability insurance.
*Attend trainings for all clinical and program staff on Mental Health and AODE and other clinical topics relevant to services provided by Isaiah House Inc.
*Participate with team case conference meetings on a weekly basis to ensure coordinated implementation of treatment plans and service utilization such that the comprehensive care of clients reflects the philosophy and objectives of Isaiah House Inc.
*Create safety plans, and assess client risk level through utilization of clinical screeners.
*Perform a semiannual self-evaluation.
*Participate in program graduations and community addiction events as needed.
*Perform other associated clinical duties as assigned.
*Be well versed in all company policies, procedures, and rules.
*Knowledge of recovery, mental health and other co-occurring disorders and experience in working with addiction in a residential and / or intensive outpatient milieu.
Apply @ https://isaiah-house.org