Job Summary: The Therapist/Group Facilitator provides individual, family, and group psychotherapy for patients in the OMHC. This position is primarily responsible for providing psychotherapy to a caseload of patients, and in addition works in collaboration with the IOP Coordinator to assist in providing group therapy in the Intensive Outpatient Program. Responsible for psychosocial assessments, psychotherapy, treatment planning, and discharge planning. Works collaboratively with an inter-disciplinary team to coordinate all aspects of client care. Participate in interdisciplinary treatment team rounds.
Essential Job Responsibilities:
1. Provision of confidential assessments, individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy, treatment planning, and discharge planning, in accordance with state and federal regulations and within the timeframes established by the program.
2. Complete comprehensive psycho-social assessments. Formulate clinical diagnostic impression in accordance with DSM V criteria.
3. Develops, reviews, and updates collaborative treatment plans in conjunction with patient/family and treatment team.
4. Provision of group therapy in Intensive Outpatient Program in accordance with state and federal regulations and within time frames established by program.
5. Assists in development of group material in collaboration with IOP Coordinator.
6. Develops collaborative discharge and aftercare plans with patients.
7. Identifies community resources, refers, and coordinates patient connection to resources when clinically indicated and with patient consent.
8. Assures continuity of care through communication with multiple agencies throughout the county and referring area.
9. Maintains documentation on all patient encounters and services in accordance with program regulations, policies and procedures.
10. Communicates and collaborates effectively with patients, physicians, social workers, payors, and administrators to ensure safe and efficient services.
11. Provides crisis assessment and intervention as needed.
12. Ability to work with a multi-disciplinary team environment under direction of Clinical and Medical Director.
13. Performs additional duties as required.
Education: Minimum of Master's degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, or related field with appropriate license to provide psychotherapy in the state of Maryland.
Experience: Experience providing individual and group therapy. Experience coordinating patient care with other services. Ability to navigate and complete documentation in computer systems. Minimum of two years clinical experience. LCSW-C strongly preferred. Experience providing telehealth visits and/or Substance Use Disorder treatment experience is a plus.
- Possess a working knowledge of confidentiality, assessments, individual, family, and group therapy, crisis intervention, substance abuse treatment, case management, and client advocacy.
- Ability and willingness to work with a wide variety of patients and maintain professionalism in an office and virtual therapeutic environment.
- The ability to perform work independently, and make decisions consistent with current policies, procedures, and ethical standards.
- Skilled in organization, time management, caseload management, psychopathology, and evidenced based therapeutic techniques.
- Ability to assess, adapt, and effectively respond to changing/or crisis environment.
- Ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with both internal and external customers.
- Basic computer skills, ability to use Microsoft, Electronic Medical Record, and Virtual Video technology.
Work Schedule: This is an exempt position and may require a flexible schedule. Normal operating hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM.
Internal Number: JR57579
About ChristianaCare Health System
ChristianaCare Health System is headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware and is one of the country's largest health care providers, ranking 21st in the nation for hospital admissions. Christiana Care is proudly a Nurse Magnet recognized institution. Christiana Care Health System is also one of the largest health care providers in the mid-Atlantic region, serving all of Delaware and portions of seven counties bordering the state in Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey. A not-for-profit, non-sectarian health system, Christiana Care includes two hospitals with more than 1,100 patient beds, and is a major teaching hospital with two campuses. Christiana Care is continually recognized for excellence on a regional and national level. Our role in the community is expressed in the Christiana Care Way: "We serve our neighbors as respectful, expert, caring partners in their health. We do this by creating innovative, effective, affordable systems of care that our neighbors value."Christiana Care is a great place to work because we value diversity and recognize it to be a core part of our success. Because of the diversity of our employees, affiliated health professionals and volunteers, we are ...positioned to meet the unique needs of our patients and community. We acknowledge and celebrate the uniqueness and talent of each employee. Because of our talented workforce we are able to provide a quality healthcare experience to our patients and community. We strive to create an inclusive environment in which individual diversity can be leveraged and thrive. Christiana Care Health System is an equal opportunity employer, firmly committed to prohibiting discrimination, whose staff is reflective of its community and considers qualified applicants for open positions without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity or expression, age, veteran status, disability, pregnancy, citizenship status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state, or local law.