Job Title: Primary Therapist
Reports To: Clinical Program Director
Pay range: $55k-$70k (depending on license and experience)
We are looking to add to our team; we have an opportunity for a primary Clinician in our Fort Collins location. We strive to deliver the highest quality care using a client-centered model, ensure a healthy treatment community, and strong alignment with the organizational culture.
In this role you will
Coordinate new intakes with Admissions team and establish connection via email or phone with the intake’s third-party contacts to ensure thorough adherence to the intake process.
Coordinate with Billing Team to correct issues and ensure 100% completion and accuracy of notes weekly.
Conduct accurate Biopsychosocial Assessments with new clients. Have knowledge and skills in recognizing symptoms of disorders according to DSM 5 criteria while documenting data to support diagnosis.
Create individualized treatment and continuing care plans that include multidisciplinary team input as well as involvement of the patient, referent, family, and other appropriate collateral resources.
Conduct individual and group counseling using proven approaches including Cognitive-Behavioral treatment, Dialectical-Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and 12-step facilitation principles. EMDR a plus. Facilitate patient awareness, understanding, and motivation to change related to addiction, mental illness, and recovery issues.
Produce and ensures high quality and accurate clinical documentation along with consistent, on-time submission of all required documentation.
Facilitate consistent communication with family members/significant others throughout treatment.
Conduct case management for clients on an as-needed basis, ensuring minimal disruption to care.
Maintain very high client and family satisfaction rates, as evidenced by a net promoter score (NPS) above 70 and strong client satisfaction surveys.
Maintain high clinical team satisfaction (above 80%) and retention (successful 90-day reviews for 80% of hires) for any future reports; accomplished via coaching, training, supervision, and reviews.
Regularly attend and thoughtfully participates in staffing meetings, providing clear case conceptualizations, and offering key information / input as needed.
Manage up, providing concrete potential solutions if able, when bringing issues and questions to supervisors.
Have a keen understanding of regulations and ethics pertaining to the state license(s) and national accreditation(s) held by licensing board; responsible for staying current on own licensees, training, and certifications.
Maintain a working knowledge of the policies and procedures of the program, holding self and other staff accountable to the expectations of the organization.
Consistently responsive to all emails and phone calls both internally and externally.
Work with the medical and non-clinical teams to ensure shared understanding of client needs and a consistent, excellent client experience, contributing to better client outcomes and satisfaction.
We offer a collaborative, and cohesive environment where every voice matters and we want to embrace your unique approaches to client centered care. Our compensation package is competitive as is our benefit package which includes 12 days PTO, health, dental, vision, accident, supplemental and a 401K with match.
• CAC II or LAC and Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Addiction Studies or related field
• Must have 3 or more years providing chemical dependency and /or mental health counseling (supervised internship applies)
• License in good standing in the state of Colorado (LAC, LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LPC), without any limitations to the license.
• CPR Certification or attain within 30 days
• Minimum two years freedom from chemical use problems