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The Mental Health Professional will be responsible for providing functions related to the delivery of Mental Health care to assigned clients. This will include Intake Assessment, Treatment Planning, Individual/Family/Group Therapy services, Psychoeducation, Crisis Intervention, and Crisis Stabilization.
- Provides direct mental health services (intake assessment, treatment planning, individual/family/group therapy services, and crisis interventions) to assigned clients. Provides services at approved locations as determined by clinical need.
- Monitors his/her caseload, daily, via the MHP Caseload Compliance Report (in Credible) and completes all necessary documentation as indicated by the report.
- Completes treatment plans every 180 days.
- Completes documentation required by managed Care and/or private insurance for approval of service reimbursement.
- Completes daily progress notes and Safety/Incident Reports on or before the end of the next calendar day as outlined in Policy 4-4, ‘Contemporaneous Documentation.’
- Furnishes required reports to DCFS, legal system and other involved agencies.
- Complies with HIPPA guidelines and follows Privacy Practices.
- Attends monthly clinic meetings.
- Attends Staffing with Medical Staff maintaining a 90% compliance rate.
- Provides QBHP Supervision and Observation as outlined by company policy.
- Testifies in court as required.
- Maintains a current Arkansas license as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Master’s Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Associate Counselor, Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, or a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.
- Other duties as assigned.
The therapist must have master’s degree from an accredited University or College in social work, psychology, or counseling and licensed as a Mental Health Professional in the State of Arkansas.