Position: Behavioral Health Provider - LCSW/LMFT
Full-Time with Benefits
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Worksite: Santa Rosa
Department: Behavioral Health Department
FLSA Status: Exempt
Reports to: Behavioral Health Director
Salary Range: $61,400 to $90,800 Per Annum
Application Closing Date: Monday, May 6th @ 5:00pm
Job Purpose: The LCSW/LMFT will provide counseling and clinical services to adults, couples, children and their families, youth, and groups as part of community mental health, integration and community-based settings. The position requires expertise in crisis intervention, trauma-informed care, treatment plan development, psychotherapy, psychotherapeutic legal/ethical issues and Indian Child Welfare Act matters.
Qualifications and Duties:
Attained a Master’s Degree in Social Work or other Master’s degree that meets the requirements stipulated in Business and Professions Code §4980.36
Currently hold a valid & unrestricted LCSW/LMFT professional license with the California Board of Behavioral Health Sciences.
Provide case management, education, referrals and connection to inhouse support services, and outside community supportive resources as needed.
Work as a mental health provider in an integrated community health care setting, providing coordinated clinical triage, referrals, and follow ups as needed while participating in treatment team meetings across departments and specialties.
Provide support to the medical team by attending medical office visits, shared team visits and clinical crisis intervention to ensure multi-disciplinary team approach with clients.
Knowledge of treatment models and interventions for trauma and chronic pain that are patient centered, harm reduction based and culturally relevant.
Ability to multi task, set priorities, and work effectively, independently, and in a team and interdisciplinary setting.
Possess a strong attention to detail, legal & ethical responsibilities, and accurate clinical documentations required for treatment planning and inter-disciplinary care planning.
Able to communicate effectively and respectfully with people at all levels and from various backgrounds.
Maintain a California Driver’s license and be insurable.
Must be sensitive to the needs of Native Americans and knowledgeable of their culture, traditions (beliefs and practices), history, and community (in Sonoma County/Northern CA).
Strong background in trauma-informed care and treating co-occurring disorders (mental health and alcohol/substance abuse disorders).
Child Centered Play Therapy experience preferred.
Must be able to travel within Sonoma County service area as needed.
Attn: Human Resources Manager
144 Stony Point Road, Room 2209, Santa Rosa, CA 95401
Fax (707) 526-1016 or Email Resume and SCIHP Application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Employment Application available online at: www.scihp.org/human-resources
Preference in hiring is given to qualified American Indians in accordance with the Indian Preference Act (Title 25, U.S. Code, Sections 472 and 473). Applicants claiming Indian Preference must submit Indian verification, certified by Tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage. Subject to the foregoing, Sonoma County Indian Health Project, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. All application forms are subject to the provisions of the Privacy Act (Public Law 93-579, Section 78) and become the property of Sonoma County Indian Health Project, Inc.
Reasonable Accommodation: Sonoma County Indian Health Project, Inc. will make reasonable efforts in the selection process to accommodate persons with disabilities. Please advise Human Resources of any special needs in advance of selections procedures by calling (707) 521-4641.
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