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  • Thursday, July 29, 2021 12:52 PM | Anonymous

    Clinician - Mobile Crisis (Co-Responder Model)

    iMind Behavioral Health

    If interested please call (240) 249-0989 or email resume to wmoore@imindhealth.net

    Job details

    Job Type

    Full-time - starting salary $65K

    Full Job Description

    The Co-Responder Model (mental health support without law enforcement) was developed to provide effective responses to police calls for service that involve people with mental illness and behavioral health needs, to better link those individuals to appropriate services or provide other effective responses and to divert individuals from unnecessary legal system involvement and/or hospitalization. Mobile Crisis clinicians ensure continuity of care: an immediate and professional evaluation, collaboration with proper internal or external therapists, referral to other agencies, and advocacy for any treatment deemed necessary beyond the initial crisis.

    Consumers call a toll-free access line to access services. Consumers are referred from a variety of sources which include, but are not limited to; self, family, significant others, schools, hospitals, law enforcement officers, magistrates, social services, the courts, churches, and mental health provider staff.

    Duties and Responsibilities for MCT Clinician

    • Triages and assesses through consumer and collateral contacts. This involves interfacing with other agencies, the police, medical profession, etc.
    • Responsible for gathering information on the presenting problem and developing a disposition
    • This position will have a wealth of written information to assist in making complex level of care decisions for a wide variety of consumers. These will include level of care criteria, involuntary commitment criteria, lethality scales, and substance abuse criteria. The Mobile Crisis Clinician is expected to incorporate these and other criteria into their decision-making process
    • Consults with psychiatrist, in person or by phone, when consultation is indicated
    • Determine appropriate level of care for consumers services
    • Facilitates disposition
    • Provides case management services to consumers and others who contact Mobile Crisis
    • Obtains and reviews information presented concerning housing, medications, hospitalization and other issues
    • Contacts necessary parties in an attempt to solve crises
    • Refers situations to appropriate parties when indicated
    • Follows up on referrals when consumer is referred to another agency
    • Contact’s consumers and others involved in a crisis situation in an attempt to stabilize by providing support and direction
    • Provides consultation and assistance to other departments and agencies
    • Educates others on mental health issues, laws and policies
    • Complete all required paper work, electronic records, and other documentation within required timeframes. Fax/email documentation to provider staff and medical record staff
    • Facilitates a consumer’s access to MH/SA/DD services and community resources
    • Ensures that care is provided in the least restrictive manner possible
    • The position may also direct the activities of non-licensed/provisional Mobile Crisis staff while they assist the Mobile Crisis Clinician
    • Works to provide a consumer centered environment conducive to stabilization and recovery
    • Participates in court hearings as required by the agency, or as ordered by court authorities. The Mobile Crisis Clinician must be aware that their decisions may have legal implications. The Mobile Crisis Clinician may consult with magistrates regarding the merits of involuntary petitions
    • Maintains working relationships with providers and other services that provide care to individuals experiencing a psychiatric emergency within the identified service area
    • Meets with provider and community agency staff as necessary to exchange information about the quality and efficiency of service delivery and the appropriateness of referrals
    • Meets with the Mobile Crisis Management Supervisor for clinical and administrative supervision
    • The Mobile Crisis Clinician is subject to inside and outside environment conditions: Protection from weather conditions but not necessarily from temperature changes
    • Assists the program director with administrative tasks, as needed
    • Performs other duties as assigned

    Educational Requirements

    • Master’s Degree in Counseling, Social Work or related degree and a full or Graduate level license of LCPC, LGPC, LMSW, LCSW-C, LGMFT, LCMFT
    • Full or Graduate clinical licensure in the State of Maryland

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Knowledge of DSM 5 diagnoses and symptoms.
    • Working knowledge of clinical assessment.
    • Knowledge of local and agency resources for referrals.
    • Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal skills.
    • Ability to adapt to change in a fast-paced environment, under minimal supervision.
    • Ability to maintain regular communication with clinical team.
    • Ability to maintain boundaries with clients, practitioners, agencies, and community members.
    • Ability to always maintain composure, professionalism, and structure.
    • Ability to navigate ambiguous situations during an emergency.
    • Skilled in basic computer operations, data management, and software.

    The number of active cases managed by the Mobile Crisis team will vary according to number of individuals in crisis at any given time in Prince Georges County, Maryland.


  • Thursday, July 29, 2021 12:47 PM | Anonymous

    Mobile Crisis Team Clinical Supervisor

    iMind Behavioral Health

    If interested please call (240) 249-0989 or email resume to wmoore@imindhealth.net

    Job details

    Job Type

    Full-time - salary starting at $83K

    Full Job Description

    The Co-Responder Model (mental health support without law enforcement) was developed to provide effective responses to police calls for service that involve people with mental illness and behavioral health needs, to better link those individuals to appropriate services or provide other effective responses and to divert individuals from unnecessary legal system involvement and/or hospitalization. Mobile Crisis clinicians ensure continuity of care: an immediate and professional evaluation, collaboration with proper internal or external therapists, referral to other agencies, and advocacy for any treatment deemed necessary beyond the initial crisis.

    Consumers call a toll-free access line to access services. Consumers are referred from a variety of sources which include, but are not limited to; self, family, significant others, schools, hospitals, law enforcement officers, magistrates, social services, the courts, churches, and mental health provider staff.

    iMind Behavioral Health runs a 24/7 mobile crisis team who also responds in a co-response model and the role of the mobile crisis supervisor is to lead staff toward excellence in clinical assessment; care and stabilization of individuals in crisis; and management of crisis scenes.

    Programmatic Leadership Philosophy and duties:

    • Required to attend crisis associated meetings with local and state entities.
    • Responsible for crisis reporting to stakeholders and grant maintenance for crisis related grants.
    • Will maintain regular communication and strong partnerships with local law enforcement, Fire/EMS, schools, town government, and hospitals
    • Works with the Program Director to ensure the crisis program is regularly evaluated for best practice standards.
    • Leads by example.
    • Will continue to establish and maintain strong interagency relationships with local mental health professionals, human service agencies and psychiatric facilities throughout the state.
    • Provides community presentations about the Mobile Crisis Team, its work, goals, partnerships and successes or educational classes as needed.

    Clinical Program Excellence Philosophy and duties:

    • Responsible for the management of the crisis team - scheduling, hiring, training, supervising, annual evaluations, & terminating staff, with approval of Program Director, when needed.
    • Will be required to learn mobile crisis and co-response procedures, take shifts and/or fill in when needed.
    • Able to carry a small case load of 3-5 clients, but must be effective and immediate with client needs, using CBT or other brief, solution focused approach.
    • Develop and make available any resources for staff that will better their skill set or increase their knowledge for their position.

    Full Time Status and Description: Works one to two crisis shifts per week and has hours in office. Is available to support staff when consultation on a case is needed.

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Knowledge, education, training, skills, and experience in a multi-disciplinary approach to physical and mental health.
    • Skilled at assessing level of suicidality in individuals who present for help
    • Excellent communication skills including diplomacy, tact, and effective bedside manner with patients.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Ability to display non-judgmental attitude
    • Ability to remain solution-focused and respectful in all interactions with staff, co-workers, vendors, and clients Knowledge of DSM-IV TR and DSM 5 diagnoses and symptoms
    • Excellent problem-solving and conflict resolution skills
    • Creativity problem solving skills must be stellar
    • Skilled at working with various types of individuals and knowing how to approach each one
    • Skilled in basic computer operations – Word, internet use and data management
    • Ability to establish priorities, work independently, and proceed with objectives without supervision
    • Ability to maintain boundaries with clients, practitioners, agencies and community members
    • Ability to uphold confidentiality at all times and when sharing information with those who have signed releases, ability to use the minimum necessary rule is imperative
    • Ability to maintain composure, professionalism, and structure in any given situation
    • Ability to maintain communication with clinical team on a daily basis
    • Ability to handle and resolve recurring problems

    Requirements and Credentials

    • Master’s degree or PhD in counseling, clinical psychology, counseling, social work, or related field
    • Maryland state license required
    • Minimum of five years’ experience in counseling related role with work in crisis or trauma assessment
    • Three to five years supervisory or management experienced required

    Schedule:

    • 8-hour shift
    • On call
    • Weekend availability
    • Multiple locations


  • Tuesday, July 27, 2021 4:49 PM | Anonymous

    Thrive Counseling & Wellness Center in Port Deposit, MD is seeking a full- or part- time licensed mental health therapist (LCPC, LCSW-C, LMFT, etc). Licensed Graduate-level counselors (LGPC) encouraged to apply; BOPC approved supervisor available. 


    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, or Psychology

    • Valid clinical license in Maryland (LCPC, LGPC, LCSW-C)

    • Previous experience in mental health counseling or other related fields


    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree in clinical social work or clinical psychology 

    • 2+ years of experience providing mental health therapy to children, adolescents and adults

    • experience with family and couples counseling

    • experience leading group therapy and/or psychoeducation classes


    Responsibilities:

    • Provide culturally competent mental health therapy to individuals/families/groups who are experiencing varying levels of difficulties due to life situations or mental health concerns.

    • Implement and review treatment plans

    • Ensure all documentation is completed in a timely manner


    Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Personable and able to work well in a team, in supervision, and in consultation with other providers

    • Strong work ethic, takes initiative

    • Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills 

    • Able to work independently, collaboratively, and flexible in adapting to new procedures.

    • Ability to work with people from diverse socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds. Committed to culturally competent practices and compassionate care.

    • Must maintain patient privacy and HIPAA and standards at all times

    • Familiarity with local community mental health resources preferred

    • Excellent written and verbal communications skills

    • Ability to build rapport with clients

    **Submit inquiries and resumes via email to Danielle Steigauf at danielle.steigauf@thrivecounseling.center


    Thrive Counseling & Wellness Center

    www.thrivecounseling.center

    20 Craigtown Rd. Suite #103 Port Deposit, MD 21901

    410-910-9693

  • Thursday, July 15, 2021 9:12 AM | Lauren Joeckel

    Avenues Recovery Center of Maryland is seeking full and part time Addiction Counselor/Mental Health Therapists. We are a 60 day residential substance abuse treatment facility located in Calvert County. We are open 24/7, 365 days per year.

    Job responsibilities are as follows:

    • Individual, Group, and Family/Dyad Therapy to address behavioral health needs of the client.
    • Documentation, Treatment Planning, and Relapse Prevention Planning with our multi-disciplinary treatment team.
    • Awareness of Dual-Diagnosis/Co-Occurring disorders, and evidence-based interventions.
    • Trauma-informed care.
    • Ability to think independently, to make clinical recommendations to clients, their family, and external referrals involved in a client's care.
    • Ensuring compliance with federal, state, and local regulations, including but not limited to HIPAA, confidentiality, and risk management Must be credentialed in the state of Maryland to practice alcohol and drug counseling.

    The following certifications and licenses are eligible for hire: ADT, CSC-AD, CAC-AD, LCADC, LCSW, LGPC, and LCPC.

    We are looking for the candidate who enjoys making a real difference in the lives of others. We offer competitive compensation, flexibility, excellent growth potential and a great working environment. We consider our employees family and have a tight knit network for support! Onsite clinical supervision is included! LGPC and LCPCs strongly encouraged to apply.

    Apply today and join our team! 


    Avenues Recovery Center of Maryland

    75 Monnett Court

    Prince Frederick, MD 20678

    410-535-8930 (phone)

    410-535-8935 (fax)

    lauren.joeckel@avenuesrecovery.com (email)


  • Wednesday, June 09, 2021 1:57 PM | Vicki Rahenkamp

    Behavioral Health Clinician- LGPC/LMSW required LCPC/LCSW-C preferred

    We are looking for a dynamic Behavioral Health Clinician committed to increasing access to behavioral health services on the Eastern Shore. The Behavioral Health Clinician will work collaboratively with a diverse team of providers, to help shape the new integrated Behavioral Health Program at Choptank Community Health. Under the direction of the Director of Behavioral Health, and as a part of a multidisciplinary team the Behavioral Health Clinician will be responsible for providing individual (children and adults), couple, family and group therapeutic services, Behavioral Health Consultations and Brief Interventions for patients referred by Choptank’s PCP’S and Dental Providers. 

    This position requires the candidate to hold a Master’ s degree from an accredited university and be licensed in Maryland as an LCSW-C/LCPC (preferred), or LMSW/LGPC (required).  In addition, successful candidates will have good interpersonal and communication skills and have experience working as part of team.  To better serve the needs of our diverse patient population bilingual and bicultural skills are valued.  

    Competitive salary and benefits package offered. NHSC tuition reimbursement available


  • Thursday, May 20, 2021 10:44 PM | Anonymous

    About Us:

    The Sante Group is a dynamic leader in community-based behavioral health services. We offer rapid response and compassionate care to individuals or groups through comprehensive mental health services. We have a passion for providing empathetic, and potentially life-saving, care to help individuals heal, recover, and thrive.

    We are seeking a PRN (as-needed) Mobile Crisis Counselor to join our frontline crisis intervention team in Carroll County, Maryland. If you are passionate about serving individuals experiencing mental or behavioral distress, you can make a difference though rapid mobile response. Join our growing team and apply!

    Required Qualifications:

    • Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field of study (MSW, MA, MS)
    • At least one (1) years professional experience (experience working within a crisis environment preferred)
    • Valid Driver’s License, proof of current automobile insurance with no more than two (2) points on their driving record

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • LCSW-C, PCPC, LCMFT, LGPC

    Shift: 9:00AM – 5:00PM OR 4:00PM-12:00AM *No Overnights*

    For more info go to : https://www.thesantegroup.org/job-postings

    Kendall Sorenson-Clark, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

    She/Her

    Director, Human Resources and Organizational Development Affiliated Sante Group

    240-893-7747 (Office/Cell)

    301-572-4239 (confidential fax)

    www.thesantegroup.org

    My Office Hours are 12:00pm – 5:00pm EST


  • Tuesday, May 11, 2021 7:40 PM | Anonymous

    Tri-Hearts, LLC is seeking a part-time Rehabilitation Specialist with a minimum of 1 year PRP, or related, experience. The role of the Rehabilitation Specialist includes: • Supervise and train Rehabilitation Counselors (RCs) to facilitate the development and implementation of the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) that reflect the needs of clients and ensuring that the clients are receiving the appropriate services, as outlined in their Individual Rehabilitation Plan (IRP). • Assist upper-management with staffing, hiring and staff trainings. • Being able to educate, monitor, supervise and support RCs in the PRP. • Review and approve all assigned Rehabilitation Counselor clinical documentation including client charts/binders, assessments, IRPs, progress notes, monthly summaries, therapists collaborations and discharge plans. • Facilitate monthly staff meetings. • Enforce company policies, JCO Standards and COMAR regulatory requirements. Required license or certification: LGSW, LCSW-C, LGPC, LCPC,

    Email resume to Chardeman@triheartsllc.com

  • Tuesday, May 11, 2021 7:25 PM | Anonymous

    Tri-Hearts Counseling is a  group practice in Baltimore, MD and will be expanding services to Prince George County.  We offer therapy for individuals, couples and families. We are looking for an experienced LCPC,LCSW, LGPC, and LMSW to work Remotely temporarily and in-office once the pandemic is over. 

    Applicant will have the following responsibilities:

    - Provide counseling therapy to individuals and families using a variety of modalities

    - Assess, diagnose, complete treatment plans in a timely manner.

    - Complete progress notes using EHR therapy Notes.

    - Minimum of 3 years experience providing counseling therapy to individuals, couples and families.

    -Attend Bi-weekly Clinical Meetings.

    -Supervision is available.

    - Schedule Remotely: M-F (Flexible)

    Interested Applicants Email resume to : Chardeman@triheartsllc.com

  • Friday, April 23, 2021 5:11 PM | Anonymous

    Career Description

    Open Conversations: Counseling and Assessments is looking to hire competent, compassionate and enthusiastic clinicians seeking to work a full-time or part-time schedule minimum 15 sessions per week. Our team of clinicians have a vast range of competencies and skills. We are looking for candidates to join our growing practice.

    Counselors are responsible for the following duties:

    Assessing mental health conditions and disorders

    Providing psychotherapy sessions

    Creating treatment plans and goals

    Input and use electronic progress note writing and treatment planning system

    Intake, concurrent and discharge sessions

    Diagnosing mental disorders

    Providing counseling to a wide variety of groups

    Furthering the understanding of human growth and development

    Performing research and evaluations to gather data, inform decision-making or assist larger groups or communities in making positive change

    Helping people improve their lives, careers and family situations

    Creating safe social and cultural communities in which children, adolescents, adults and the elderly can work to improve their live

    Manage electronic paperwork and files for patients and clients

    Work with a team of clinicians to improve your Mental Healthcare practice and craft

    In-house Supervision provided (Individual and Group)

    Job Types: Full-time, Part-time (Minimum 15 hours per week)

    ***Clinical Office Manager is available to assist with all concurrent needs of clinicians from scheduling to managing clinical platform. 

    COVID-19 considerations:

    To keep our clients, patients and clinicians safe, we have implemented full telehealth practices for our location. Additional updates are forthcoming as we navigate this season of uncertainty. In-Person Office hours are available  Thank you.

  • Wednesday, February 03, 2021 11:14 AM | Anonymous

     

    COUNSELOR I – LIMITED TERM GRANT FUNDED

    SALARY $26.52 Hourly  

    Bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply 
     
    THIS IS A LIMITED TERM GRANT FUNDED POSITION (LTGF)

    The Prince George’s County Health Department is seeking qualified applicants to fill multiple LTGF Counselor I positions for the Jail Based Substance Abuse Treatment Program, the Offender Reentry Program, The Circuit Court Problem Solving Court, Assessment and Case Management Unit, and the Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA) Program within its Behavioral Health Services Division. Many of these positions are long-term grant funded with medical benefits.
     

    These are entry level professional counseling positions, whereby the incumbents provide treatment or clinical case management services to individuals who are detained at the County's Department of Corrections (DOC) and are either self-referred or referred by DOC's Treatment Advisory Board (TBA), or Prince George's County Problem Solving Courts. Other positions provide screening and assessments for persons referred by Probation and Parole and the Department of Social Services. The incumbents are supervised and evaluated by a Program Manager in accordance with Departmental rules, policies, and procedures.  
     
      

    EXAMPLES OF WORK  

    ·        Screen and assess clients for substance abuse/mental health treatment;  

    ·        Conduct psycho-education, substance abuse, and co-occurring treatment using evidenced-based curriculums including, living balance, Substance Abuse Men's Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model (SA-M-TREM), decision points; criminal and addictive thinking, co-occurring disorders;  

    ·        Complete screening, consent, and referrals in Electronic Medical Records (EMR)Schedule intake/assessment appointments for clients with positive screening results and provides case management;

    ·        Monitor client compliance with treatment until discharge;  

    ·        Prepare and submit screening logs; and,  

    ·        Perform other tasks and duties assigned, which may not be specifically listed in the position description; however, are within the general occupational category and responsibility level typically associated with the employee's class of work. 

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS  

    Master's degree from an accredited college or university in Business or Public administration, Social Services, Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, or other related fields with experience in counseling. Applicants must possess and maintain a valid Counselor License issued by the Maryland State Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists or Maryland Board of Social Work. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered. EACH CANDIDATE MUST INCLUDE INFORMATION THAT CLEARLY DEMONSTRATES THE ABOVE QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION.  
     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  
    Three years (3) years of demonstrated professional experience, which involves counseling and assisting client populations with substance abuse, emotional, behavioral, or related disorders and the ability to conduct group and individual counseling sessions.  
     
     
    CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:  Upon selection, the candidate must possess one of the following licenses/certifications. 

    1.    LCPC: Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor  

    2.    LGPC: Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor 

    3.    LCADC: Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor  

    4.    LGADC: Licensed Graduate Alcohol and Drug Counselor 

    5.    LCSW-C: Licensed Certified Social Worker–Clinical  

    6.    LCSW: Licensed Certified Social Worker  

    7.    LMSW: Licensed Masters Social Worker 

    8.    LCP: Licensed Clinical Psychologist 

    CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:  Upon selection, the candidate must: 

    1.    Pass a thorough background investigation  

    2.    Pass a drug screen and submit to subsequent random drug screens.  

    3.    Possess and maintain a valid driver's license. 

    DURATION OF ELIGIBILITY: 

    Candidates will be selected from a temporary register of eligibles, which will become effective approximately four (4) weeks after the closing date.  Once a selection has been made, the register will expire. 

     
    ELIGIBILITY TO WORK: Under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, an employer is required to hire only U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized alien workers. Applicants who are selected for employment will be required to show and verify authorization to work in the United States. 
     
    This employer participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with your Form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S., only after an offer has been accepted and the Form I-9 is completed. For information on E-Verify, or if you believe the County has violated its E-Verify responsibilities, please contact the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) at 888-897-7781 or visit their website at dhs.gov/e-verify. 
     
     
    CLOSING DATE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED
     

    HOW TO APPLY:  Please contact Dr. Aljami at 240-470-6429 or at sjaljami@co.pg.md.us 

    Prince George's County Government is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer Committed to Diversity in the Workplace 

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