The Primary Therapist is responsible for performing a wide variety of patient care activities as directed by the attending physician, Medical Director and Clinical Director. He/she will be responsible for patient caseload and will provide group, individual, and family therapy. Will conduct psychosocial and bio-psychosocial assessments. Collaborates with the Treatment Team to formulate the Master Treatment Plan, and assists in coordinating discharge planning. Has primary responsibility for maintaining communication with the referral source and other services provided as needed. He/she functions under the guidance of their licensure, registration and/or certification and in accordance with the regulations, rules, and requirements of State of Florida and Federal government and accrediting organizations.
- Master’s Degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, or Marriage and Family required
- Preferred Three to Five Years of work experience in substance abuse and/ or mental health field
- LMHC, LCSW, LMFT preferred
- CAP preferred
- Demonstrates Proficiency in Communication & Written skills.
- Knowledge of State & Federal Statutes Regarding Patient Confidentiality laws, Drug-Free Workplace Policies, Workplace Violence, and Corporate Integrity & Compliance Program.
- Demonstrates knowledge of Substance Abuse and/or Mental Health experience.