Hope Network Recovery (HNR) provides a full range of services for persons with addiction to help them achieve a maximum level of satisfaction with life. Our continuum of care stretches across the state assisting persons with intensive and varying acuity needs. Whether someone needs 24-hour therapeutic supports, personal care, community living support, benefit and service brokering, brief or short-term counseling, or any of our many community services, our team is there to serve. We do all of this because we believe every person can be more, can do more, can go further than anyone ever imagined. We help people overcome.
The Therapist is a key associate at Hope Network whose primary responsibilities include: Responsible for providing assessment, counseling, and treatment to patients. The Therapist will work with other members of the Clinical Team to research and develop state of the art treatment with the recovering population. They will be responsible for tracking of outcomes.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Regular and predictable attendance is an essential requirement of this position.
2. Interdisciplinary Team/Administrative:
a. Collaborate with treatment team members (internal & external) regarding consumers’ progress through interdisciplinary team meetings, record review, and informal discussions.
b. Participate regularly in departmental and staff meetings, and serve on program or organizational committees as time and workload permits.
c. Participate in committees, task forces, and other related meetings and activities as assigned by Program Director.
3. Clinical Responsibilities - Behavioral Programming:
a. Develop appropriate behavior contingency management systems on campus and within milieu based on scientific knowledge of human behavior and learning, utilizing least restrictive interventions and procedures, and the Person Centered Planning (PCP) process.
b. Participate with the clinical team on the writing and presenting of assigned Behavioral Management Plans (BMP).
c. Participate with the clinical team on monthly monitoring of assigned behavior management plan goals.
d. Regular participation in DBT/Clinical consultation groups.
e. Attend PCP meetings as appropriate.
f. Participate in the HNBHS internal Behavior Management Committee (BMC).
g. Adhere to all BMC, PCP, and Agency requirements for behavioral programming and management.
h. Complete Service Activity Logs (SALs) and progress notes within 48 hours of contact with a consumer.
i. Be a part of the clinical team that provides debriefing individually or as a group when crisis incidents have occurred or distress is high due to pervasive, long term, challenging behaviors.
j. Facilitate group therapy sessions as well as develop and present psycho educations
k. Travel off site for assessments/and or present for hearings.
l. Provide consultation to Program Managers and staff regarding creation of milieu target behaviors and utilizing teachable moments for “natural” learning.
4. Program and Clinical Responsibilities – Other:
a. Participate in the referral/intake process when necessary/appropriate.
b. Provide therapy to individual consumers as dictated by the appropriate program model.
c. Responsible for developing and coordinating trainings as related to the program model and other topics pertinent to modalities.
d. Participate in resident BMP reviews and team meetings, as appropriate.
e. Assist with Placement process, as assigned.
f. Provide oversight and supervision for interns
g. Participate in the program On-Call rotation.
5. Other duties, as assigned or required.
Educational / Talent Requirements:
1. Master’s Degree from an accredited university or institution of higher learning in Psychology or Social Work or professional counseling.
2. Required: Limited Licensed Master Social Worker (LLMSW) or Limited Licensed Professional Counselor (LLPC). LMSW or LPC preferred.
3. Have a MCBAP development plan or be a certified CAADC provider
4. Has or obtains HPRP treatment approval within six months of hire.
5. Analytical skills necessary to synthesize a variety of clinical and social data for appropriate diagnosis, treatment, and evaluation.
6. Interpersonal relationship skills necessary to relate to a variety of internal and external contacts in the social sphere of the consumer being served.
7. Valid driver's license with acceptable driving record according to Hope Network policy.
Work Experience Requirements:
1. Prior experience in addiction treatment and mental health required.
2. Three (3) years prior employment experience in an adult human service area, including behavioral analysis and programming experience.