Sanford Health Mental Health Professional (BHT) - Mobile Crisis in Bemidji, Minnesota
Job Title: Mental Health Professional (BHT) | Mobile Crisis | Bemidji
Department : Adult Mobile Crisis - Clinic Behavioral Health - Bemidji
Job Schedule: Full Time
Hours Per Shift: 8 hr
The Behavioral Health Therapist requires a broad and thorough understanding of human behavior, theories of counseling, and psychopathology. May work with a wide range of patient populations and presenting issues, requiring a foundation in a variety of treatment modalities. This role has total independence and responsibility for patient well-being. The Behavioral Health Therapist provides diagnostic assessment, onsite crisis assessment and intervention, and determines need for ongoing care according to level of clinical ability, medical, and psychosocial complexity. Develops treatment plans and implements treatment interventions specific to patient needs. Continually assesses patient's progress and revises diagnosis(es), treatment plans, and interventions accordingly. Documents treatment sessions. Provides patient progress updates to interdisciplinary team, as needed. May educate patient support members about patient issues and interventions. May refer for additional clinical services or to specialists, as needed. Must stay current on emerging issues in the profession. The Behavioral Health Therapist may work in a variety of settings, with duties varying by setting: In a clinic setting (other than primary care), the Behavioral Health Therapist conducts scheduled face-to-face therapy sessions designed to assess and improve patient's emotional, mental, and behavioral health. In a community setting, the Behavioral Health Therapist provides treatment for patients with severe and persistent mental illness. This may include community-based interventions aimed at improving daily living skills, social skills, and self-regulation skills. The community-based Behavioral Health Therapist serves as a consultant for a multi-disciplinary team to ensure treatment interventions are implemented and that the patient is in compliance with treatment. In a residential setting, the Behavioral Health Therapist provides treatment for patients requiring a higher level of care than outpatient therapy; however, do not meet the criteria for psychiatric inpatient treatment. Treatment occurs at the residential treatment facility and includes a broad range of duties: assessment and diagnosis, individual and group therapy, development, implementation, and evaluation of therapy programs, and consultation and coordination with a multi-disciplinary team. Credentialing through the Allied Health Staff of the organization where you will be working will be required.
Learn about new developments in counseling by reading professional literature, attending courses and seminars, or establishing and maintaining contact with other social services agencies. Plan, organize, or lead structured programs of counseling, work, study, recreation, or social activities for clients. Evaluates patients' responses to psychotherapeutic interventions and adjusts treatment plans. Recognizes the defenses and obstacles to overcome in psychotherapy patients. Applies appropriate psychological skills and technologies according to different counseling stages. Empathizes with patients and establishes rapport with them. Prepare and maintain all required treatment records and reports. Develop and implement treatment plans based on clinical experience and knowledge. Classifies symptoms using proper assessment and diagnosis techniques and communication skills. Completes intake assessments for a variety of mental health and substance abuse cases.
Master's degree in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology, or related Behavioral Health Sciences required; graduation from an accredited school preferred. License must be in good standing in state(s) of practice. In Minnesota, must be a Clinical Trainee on track to be Mental Health Professional and have one of the following: Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC); Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW); OR in lieu of the above, must have: Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC); Licensed Independent Social Worker (LICSW); Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT).
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Job Function: Behavioral Health and Dependency
Job Schedule: Full Time
Req Number: WD01558