The essential function of this position is to provide individual, couples and group psychotherapy to adult population. As part of the job, clinicians provide assessment, diagnostic evaluation, crisis intervention, consultation and referral, education and advocacy duties. Adjunct responsibilities include ongoing diagnostic assessment; crisis intervention; clinical consultation and collaboration; public speaking and educational presentations; participation in committees; active contributions to clinical team and administrative programming meetings. The role of Senior Clinician assumes an ability to effectively treat more clinically complex cases and take on greater leadership responsibilities in the agency, while managing all aspects of a full caseload in a timely, responsible manner.
This position requires current Kansas licensure as a LMLP, LMFT, LSCSW, LCMFT, LCP or LCPC, and must meet eligibility for billing Title XIX and all other 3rd party insurance. Previous experience providing psychotherapy as a primary job duty necessary; demonstrated theoretical and evidenced-based practice expertise; strong diagnostic, clinical, and documentation skills; basic computer skills. Must be able to work out of a solutions-focused, strengths perspective, managed care model of service. Preference for minimum five years clinical experience; work with SPMI population; experience with electronic records system, expertise in CBT, DBT or trauma based models of intervention. Additional consideration for bi-lingual with ability to render services in Spanish. Must be able to pass pre-employment background checks, drug screen and KDADS Adult/Child Abuse Registries.