Outpatient Therapist

Organization: Center for Holistic Development
Location: Nebraska Omaha
Report To: Clinical Manager or designee
Classification: Full-time
Compensation: $46000 - $55000 Based on Experience
Hours: as needed Flexible schedule. Evenings or weekends

The Outpatient Therapist performs comprehensive clinical assessment and treatment to individuals and groups, with a primary focus on children and families. Developmentally appropriate and culturally competent services are provided with a holistic (mind and body) approach and may be provided in person and/or through telehealth. The Outpatient Therapist is expected to complete documentation and billing within required timeframes and to uphold the highest standards of professional ethics.
 Contact all parties within twenty-four (24) hours of receiving a new referral.
 Develop individualized treatment plans within four weeks after the completion of the initial assessment.
 Continually assess client needs and obtain reauthorizations as necessary to eliminate the possibility of a lapse in services for the client(s).
 Completes necessary documentation to include assessments, progress notes, treatment plans, and discharge
summaries. May also include other documentation that is required by a funding source.
 Maintain appropriate size caseload in meeting productivity expectations.
 Maintain appropriate boundaries and confidentiality with client(s) and families, as well as with other team members involved in a particular case.
 Conduct/facilitate group workshops or classes and participate in specialized projects, as assigned.
 Display professionalism as demonstrated by effective communication with coworkers, supervisors, clients, and other interested parties.
 Ability to work well with people of diverse cultures and ages.
 Strong team/consensus-building skills.
 Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to work within deadlines.
 Strong and timely documentation and assessment skills.
 Effective verbal and written communication skills.
 Commitment to uphold the mission, vision, and values of CHD.
 Master’s Degree in a behavioral health field, such as psychology, social work or related field required.
 At least one year of clinical experience as a licensed professional is required.
 Experience working with children and families with diverse ethnicities and backgrounds.
 Experience working with children and families in a clinical setting is preferred.
 Social work experience. a plus.
 Nebraska fully licensed (LCSW, LMHP, or LIMHP) is required.
 Nebraska Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC or PLADC), a plus.
 Specialized training, a plus.
 Eligible to be an authorized Medicaid provider, as well as being eligible for other private insurance providers.
 A valid Nebraska driver’s license, a satisfactory driving record, and proof of liability insurance.
 Drug testing, criminal background, and child/adult abuse clearances are required.
To apply for this position, send a resume to cfelix@chdomaha.org or to info@chdomaha.org

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