Behavioral Health Group (BHG), a leading provider of opioid addiction treatment services. BHG provides medication assisted treatment and counseling services in a conventional outpatient setting.
At BHG, we are committed to the belief that addiction is a brain disease, not a moral failing. We are committed to treatment that embodies Hope, Respect, and Caring.
- Monitor and assess all services rendered by the clinic’s professional staff
- Provide direct counseling service to patients as outlined in Counselor’s job description; maintain a caseload at the discretion of the Program Director
- In planning with the Program Director, assign professional staff to services as needed
- Attend administrative meetings as needed.
- Provide information about clinical services for purposes of policy and procedure decision making and development
- Identify areas of learning for staff development
- Plan, coordinate and/or conduct staff development programs
- Promote and teach professional theory and practice in accordance with accepted conceptual modalities
- Provide supervision and consultation to counseling staff, individually and in group format
- Regularly review quantitative and qualitative performance of professional staff
- Provide consultation to staff that are not in a counseling component of the program (i.e., nursing, administrative, financial, etc.) on an as needed basis
- Evaluate the performance of staff directly responsible to the Counselor Supervisor
- Complete and sign supervisor evaluation forms
- Develop a competent and productive professional staff
- Provide educational and experiential growth opportunities for clinical staff
- Responsible for providing recommendations regarding hiring, transferring, promoting, demoting and terminating personnel directly under his/her supervision
- Assure quality service by knowing and enforcing the rules, regulations and legal requirements of the program
- Evaluate program effectiveness
- Maintain records necessary for program accountability and outcomes
- Recommend the development of new services or modifications to existing services, in accordance with changing community needs or newly emerging professional practices
- Participate in the detailed planning of those services which the organization decides to develop
- Assist in interviewing and evaluating applicants for professional positions
- Prepare monthly reports as required
- Advise Program Director of problems encountered with caseload management and schedules
- Attend weekly staff meetings or clinical case conferences prepared to discuss individual patient caseload
- Hold a basic understanding of alcohol/drug abuse and addiction. Additionally, keep updated on current drug abuse and treatment information, specifically current trends in Opioid Maintenance Treatment
- Provide crisis intervention/support services to patients assigned to other counselors when their primary counselor is unavailable
- Coordinate care with other community providers if applicable
- Meet BHG attendance standards and be present and ready for work at the beginning of their established work schedule
- Report any work-related injury or illness, or workplace hazards or security issues immediately to Chief Operating Officer, Regional Manager, or Human Resources
- Department as applicable and ensure documentation is completed in a timely manner.
- Participate and assist in clinical supervision
- Perform peer file reviews on a monthly basis for the purposes of quality control
- Assist counselors in training and questions concerning case management, counseling strategies and federal and state regulations
- Develop work schedule for the counseling department to ensure adequate coverage.
- Responsible for managing time off requests, schedule adherence, timekeeping, and timecard approval for the counseling department
- Provide state approved Counseling hours to TCADC (KY locations)
- Additional responsibilities and opportunities as they become necessary and/or are assigned by management
- At least 2-3 years of experience
- Bachelor's Degree or higher in a behavioral science field or a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) or a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (LADAC) or other licensed mental health care professional who meets the qualification of an alcohol and drug abuse counselor.
GREAT Opportunities -- Our Team Members are motivated self-starter’s who excel in a fast-paced environment and become a valued member of our team.
GREAT People -- Our staff has a passion to be the best, sharing a strong work ethic and dedication to providing world-class support to the teams in the field who serve our patients every day!
GREAT Support -- We recognize that our success, and that of our patients, relies on the quality of our Team Members. Once we have identified and hired a new Team Member, we work diligently to keep their skills and talent engaged by providing the systems, tools and training necessary.