As a primary clinician you will ensure care coordination through development of a collaborative relationship with the person served, and connections with family, other providers and community supports that are important to the person.
In this role, the selected candidate will demonstrate skill in the assessment of all patients who contact the Access Center utilizing knowledge of DSM IV and Department of Behavioral Health admission criteria.
The Clinician provide oversight of all clinical components of residential and home based services including: screening and assessments of youth served, providing individual, group and in-home therapy, coordinating and monitoring individual action plans (IAPs), coordinating care with all the youth and families.
In this role, you will be responsible for
provide direct clinical services including counseling, creating behavior management plans, drafting medication treatment plans, and accompanying people on clinical visits as indicated.
The Emergency Services clinician is part of the multi-disciplinary team within the Emergency Services Program. This includes completing crisis evaluations on-site, in local hospital emergency departments and at various community-based locations.
In this role, you will provide direct clinical treatment to adults as represented in the caseload through diagnostic evaluations and screenings, crisis/emergency assessment and intervention, treatment planning and assessment, individual, group, couple and family therapy.
In this role, you will be responsible for working within the Recovery Model, ensure that the needs and wishes of persons served by BAMSI are the primary goal and focus of service delivery within the Adult Day Treatment Center.
In this role, you will be responsible for performing utilization review and initial authorization determination of mental health and substance use services provided in inpatient, diversionary and outpatient care settings.