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Are you someone who thinks outside the box, likes dynamic work and a fast-paced environment? Then come join our team as a Behavioral Health Clinician (BHC) in the Integrated Care model at a Federal Qualified Health Care setting.
Provide behavioral health consultation to children, adolescents, adults, and families in an integrated Federal Qualified Health Center setting. Provide assessments and interventions, comprehensive intake evaluations, and short-term therapy that address the medical, emotional, and social needs of individuals as part of a multi-disciplinary team. Work effectively with integrated team-members to co-manage care of patient panel. Provide consultation to providers, and participate in population health activities that target the health and wellbeing of specific groups of people. Provide culturally effective services to diverse population. Work within a fast-paced primary care environment requiring collaboration, flexibility, and strong problem-solving skills. Utilize trauma-informed care and strength-based model within practice and service delivery.
Education: Master’s Degree or higher in Social Work, Psychology, or Mental Health Counseling required. Working towards State of New Hampshire License, Independent Licensure preferred (LICSW, LMHC, MLADC)
Bilingual ability in English and Spanish preferred.
Two years’ experience in the healthcare or perinatal field preferred
Verifiable good driving record and reliable transportation
Roles and Responsibilities:
-Work effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary team, collaborating to develop treatment plans and to co-manage care of patients within primary care clinics.
-Provide comprehensive assessment, diagnosis, and treatment interventions to patients served in an integrated primary care health clinic.
-Utilize standardized, evidence-based clinical measures to assess patient’s symptoms and response to treatment, supporting the perinatal population including individuals experiencing Substance Misuse.
-Provide effective treatment planning and assist patients to set and work toward goals to improve physical and psychosocial functioning.
-Provide crisis intervention, crisis management, and safety planning services as appropriate,
-Provide patients with linkages to community services, resources and supports.
-Provide consultation to medical providers and other team members as needed.
-Contribute to data collection and reports as requested by supervisor.
-Manage a caseload size adequate to generate 62.5% in billable services per week
-Document patient progress and treatment recommendations in Electronic Medical Record and other required systems to be shared with medical providers and other interdisciplinary team members.
-Submit billing, clinical, and other related documentation within five days of the provided service.
-Actively participate in meetings that support Amoskeag Health’s integrated model of care.
-Assess and assist patients in need of higher levels or care, specialty mental health or substance use services, outside of primary care, to connect with appropriate treatment referrals.
-Learn about new developments in the field by reading professional literature, attending courses and seminars, and establishing and maintaining contact with other social service agencies.
-Attend staff meetings, trainings, supervision and in-service trainings to enhance knowledge and engage in professional reflective practice.
Benefits We Offer to Our Employees:
Medical, Dental, Vision, 403B with Company Match, Paid Time Off, Life Insurance, Continuing Education Opportunities and more!
Amoskeag Health has a policy requiring proof of full vaccinations per CDC guidelines, including both COVID 19/Booster and annual influenza. Staff may request a reasonable accommodation for a religious or medical exemption from these policies, but such a request is not a guarantee that the accommodation can be made.