Behavioral Health TherapistMansfield, OH

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BEHAVIORAL HEALTH THERAPIST

 
Join our dynamic team as a Therapist where your passion for helping individuals on their journey to recovery will find purpose. As a Therapist, you will play a pivotal role in providing compassionate and evidence-based therapy to those seeking support for substance abuse. If you are dedicated to making a meaningful impact, thrive in a collaborative and supportive environment, and are committed to the highest standards of care, we invite you to contribute to our mission of fostering positive change in the lives of those affected by addiction. Take the next step in your career and be part of a team that is dedicated to transforming lives and creating a path to lasting recovery. 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • CLINICAL CARE: 
    • Plan and conduct group therapy sessions and patient intake assessments. 
    • Assist with treatment planning and review progress towards treatment plan goals. 
    • Provide crisis and de-escalation techniques. 
    • Establish treatment plans at the individual patient level. 
    • Consistently provide primarily independent therapy sessions for patients with  Substance Use Disorder. 
    • Demonstrate competency for individual counseling. 
    • Conduct occasional individual counselor sessions as appropriate to competency level. 
       
  • COORDINATION AND COLLABORATION
    • Coordinate patient care with the onsite multidisciplinary team. 
    • Attend required meetings, including on-site staff meetings, supervision, multidisciplinary team meetings, individual and group supervision, and quarterly in-service. 
    • Carry and effectively manage a caseload of patients. 
       
  • DOCUMENTATION AND COMPLIANCE
    • Timely and comprehensively document all necessary treatment data into the electronic patient health record. 
    • Ensure adherence to all necessary regulatory and company compliance requirements. 
       
  • TRAINING AND MENTORSHIP 
  • Provide occasional training/onboarding support for new hire Counselor I. 
  • Offer training, onboarding, and mentorship support for new hire counselors within the site or adjacent clinics. 

 

KNOWLEDGE SKILLS, AND ABILITIES 

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills 
  • Highly empathetic and compassionate to effectively support the recovery journey of BrightView’s patients. 
  • Competent at working with a diverse population of colleagues and patients.
  • Natural problem solver, looks for solutions to best meet patient needs with a sense of urgency. 
  • Team-player, able to work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary healthcare environment. 
  • Adaptable and agile within a dynamic work environment 
  • Technologically capable, comfortable operating in multiple systems for communication and documentation purposes. Familiarity with MS Office software (Outlook, Teams, Word, etc.) preferred. 
  • Embraces BrightView’s culture of compliance – operates with a high degree of integrity and compliance to work standards and regulatory requirements. 
  • Familiarity with HIPAA and 42-CFR Part 2 desired 
  • Prior experience with harm reduction a plus 

Skills & Qualifications

QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • EXPERIENCE 
  • Required: 1+ year experience as Counselor I or other relevant experience 
  • Preferred: 2+ years’ experience in relevant field 
     
  • EDUCATION: 
  • Required: Consistent with state-level regulation and requirements, at minimum a Masters Degree
  • Preferred: Masters Degree
     

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS 

  • REQUIRED:  
  • Active clinical licensure consistent with state-level regulatory requirements
  • Licensure preferred: LSW, LPC, MFT, LPCC, LICDC, LISW, LMFT
     

BENEFITS AND PERKS 

  • PTO (Paid Time Off) 
  • Immediately vested and eligible in 401k program with employer match. 
  • Company-sponsored ongoing training and certification opportunities. 
  • Full comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, short-term disability, long-term disability and accident insurance. 
  • Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Recovery Loan Repayment Program (STAR LRP) 
  • Tuition Reimbursement after 1 year in a related field 

 

We offer competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and a supportive work environment dedicated to your professional growth and development. 

 

Compensation Range Based on Skills & Experience: $55,000 – $60,000.00 annually.

Ready to shape our future by bringing in top talent? Apply now and be a key player in our success! 

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Job Number: 9407

Behavioral Health InternMansfield, OH

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Why You’ll Love This Job

About BrightView Health 

BrightView was founded to give the people in our communities two things: help and hope. We’re changing addiction treatment by combating the disease of addiction with a comprehensive treatment approach. 

We are committed to personalizing our addiction treatment programs to each individual patient. We believe anyone can achieve the goal of life-long recovery with the help of our outpatient services which includes Medically Assisted Treatment and Clinical Services.  

 We continue to grow our presence nationwide as we stay committed to serving patients and saving lives! 

Position Summary: 
Under clinical supervision and based on best practices, clinicians is responsible for providing outpatient counseling to individuals and families. Work with individuals and groups to promote optimum mental and emotional health while in recovery from chemical dependency. 
   

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Perform initial screening and evaluations/assessment; administer, score, and perform initial screening tests; interview and observe patients; write clinical reports, progress notes, and treatment plans under the supervision of an independently licensed clinical supervisor. 

  • Provide family counseling according to established principles and best practices. 

  • Provide intervention/treatments, conduct individual and group counseling, and administer therapy. 

  • May provide clinical direction and participate in providing in-service training to other treatment team members. 

  • Select appropriate counseling methods in order to maximize the treatment process and outcomes (group and individual). 

  • Use appropriate interviewing techniques and/or instruments to develop an accurate diagnostic summary/service plan. 

  • Provide in-depth assessment services and diagnostic summaries. Select methods of counseling/treatment to be employed and provide individual, group, and family counseling services. 

  • Facilitate patient curriculum groups. 

  • May provide various other services as needed including but not limited to case management. 

  • Assure documentation is in compliance with contract regulatory agency requirements and best clinical practices. Proficient in diagnosis coding. Remain current in the general knowledge of psychotropic medications, side effects, and DSM V/ICD-9/ICD-10. 

  • Recognize and make medical referrals when needed. 

  • Evaluate treatment plans developed and quality of service rendered by others. 

  • Use acquired information to provide an accurate least restrictive diagnosis. 

  • Evaluate family roles as they apply and organize a family’s perspective and behavior in assisting the patient’s recovery. 

  • Coordinate patient care with the on-site physician and/or psychiatrist. 

  • Perform chemical dependency counseling under clinical supervision 

Job Qualifications: 

Bachelor’s Degree and currently enrolled in a master’s degree program   

Skills & Qualifications

Job Qualifications: 

Bachelor’s Degree and currently enrolled in a master’s degree program 

Will need Counselor Trainee (CT) or Social Work Trainee (SWT) 

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Job Number: 8867