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Community Health Network Substance Use Disorder Therapist- Adult IOP- Fairbanks- North- PRN in Indianapolis, Indiana

Substance Use Disorder Therapist- Adult IOP- Fairbanks- North- PRN

Job Ref

2402249

Category

Behavioral Health

Job Family

Behavioral Health Therapist

Department

Adult IOP

Schedule

Per Diem

Facility

Fairbanks

8102 Clearvista Pkwy

Indianapolis, IN 46256

United States

Shift

PRN (as needed)

Hours

Hours are variable. Hours available are Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 9:30 pm and Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm.

Join Fairbanks

For more than 75 years, the name Fairbanks has been known for the best in evidence-based drug and alcohol addiction treatment. At Community Fairbanks Recovery Center, we offer the full range of scientifically supported treatments from individual one-to-one counseling to long-term residential programs, including medication-assisted treatment (MAT), a supportive living program, recovery management, and family support. Named one of Newsweek’s Best Addiction Treatment Centers in the U.S. — and the best treatment center in Indiana — Community Fairbanks is where patients suffering from addiction receive exceptional care.

Make a Difference

The Behavioral Health Therapists facilitate, monitor, and provide comprehensive mental health/chemical dependency case management and therapy services (including but not limited to assessment, individual, family and group therapy, crisis intervention, and treatment planning) to addicted and/or severely mentally ill adults or seriously emotionally disturbed children and their families.

Exceptional Skills and Qualifications

Applicants for this position should be able to collaborate with others in a team setting, have excellent communication skills, and a positive attitude toward problem-solving.

  • License eligible for the LCSW, LMHC, LMFT, or LCAC in the State of Indiana required.

  • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in a mental health related field required.

  • 2 + years of experience providing mental health treatment required.

  • Possess current Indiana Driver’s license with proof of current auto insurance.

  • Recognizes and commits to critical importance of customer satisfaction (both internal and external customers).

  • Provides comprehensive psychosocial assessments.

  • Trains and assists clients and/or family in the development of activities of daily living, individually or in groups with a focus on improving client and/or family’s ability to function independently in the community.

  • Develops individualized treatment plans with a focus on improving individual and family functioning in the home, school, workplace or community. Provides effective and efficient mental health interventions including, but not limited to individual, family and process group therapies and crisis intervention appropriate to client needs.

  • Collaborates with multi-disciplinary treatment team in planning, facilitating, and coordinating treatment especially in the areas of assessment, referral, and discharge planning appropriate to client needs.

  • Identifies needs and provides links through case management to other treatment programs, community resources, services, and entitlements appropriate to client needs.

  • Develops and implements effective and efficient treatment discharge plans as is appropriate to client needs.

  • Provides services in homes, schools, or other community-based sites. Provides transportation of clients in personal vehicle and/or Gallahue van.

  • Actively involved in service line quality improvement efforts.

  • Provides psychological first aid in response to a disaster or critical incident, if trained to do so (through use of NOVA or CISM model of intervention). Complies with all applicable Behavioral Care Services policies and procedures. Participate in Aggressive Behavior Management appropriate to the population served. See Behavioral Care Services Policy: Provision of Aggressive Behavior Management Training of Staff.

  • Actively involved in professional development and education.

Why Community?

At Community Health Network, we build teams that deliver exceptional care through empathy, communication and collaboration. We consider ALL an integral part of the exceptional patient experience. We PRIIDE ourselves on not having employees but Caregivers. Join our Community as we make a difference in your community.

Caring people apply here.

Community Health Network complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Community Health Network does not exclude people or treat them differently because of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.

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