Responsibilities include performing comprehensive assessments, individual, group, and family psychotherapy.
Complete timely documentation in electronic health record.
Attain and maintain productivity expectations.
Maintain required caseload and associated documentation.
Maintain and send progress reports on caseload as required by mandated sources.
Perform breathalyzer and urine testing on a regular basis.
Coordinate care with other services/agencies.
Attend weekly case conference meetings, individual supervision and agency mandated trainings.
Practice mandated reporting/ incident reports based on agency and state guidelines. Obtain and maintain certifications and required licenses.
Provide monitoring of patients progress, attendance and follow agency guidelines for contact.
Maintain 42CFR, 45CFR, HIPPA and HIV confidentiality on all current patients and former patients of the agency.
Experience working with individuals with substance use and co-occurring disorders.
Minimum requirements are LMSW, LMHC, or CASAC. Limited Permits also encouraged to apply.
Candidate must HAVE KNOWLEDGE of OASAS regulations.