Posting Note: As a licensed clinical therapist (LCSW, LMFT, or LPC) you will work with mental health patients across a variety of environments, including, but not limited to the Emergency Department, outpatient services, and/or the inpatient psychiatric unit. You may assist by providing assessments/re-assessments for children/adolescents in the ED; help in the IP Psychiatric unit assisting in milieu development, providing therapeutic interventions through groups, individual and family therapy, working with our interdisciplinary team to implement treatment plans and may follow patients/families as needed for time-limited outpatient services; or, you will build an outpatient pediatric practice for children with mental health and/or complex medical/mental health needs. Schedule: 5/8’s, 3/12's, or 4/10's to include one weekend day (i.e. Wed. - Sat or Sun-Wed.) Location: 1919 East Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85016 Requirements: Licensed LCSW/LMFT/LPC with previous experience working with children in an IP Psychiatric Unit or working in an OP Pediatric practice.
This position provides clinical assessment, therapeutic interventions, care coordination, transition planning and emotional support to patients and families at PCH as an independently licensed social worker. Participates as an interdisciplinary team member providing interventions with the patient/family that include a range of care from bio-psychosocial assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, therapeutic interventions, crisis interventions, coordination of care, bereavement support, and transition/discharge planning. The position requires knowledge of family systems and interpersonal dynamics/relationships and is able to use that knowledge to assist patients and families in achieving therapeutic goals. Knowledge of mandated reporter responsibilities; use of financial, community and other resource networks; coordination with DCS, Police jurisdictions, and other governmental authorities; ability to advocate with outside systems; and, collaborate with medical staff. The position may provide individual, group, family therapeutic interventions for an assigned caseload and bill independently for those services. The position is responsible for implementation of patient treatment assignments, management of open patient records, and for collaborating with outside referral sources as applicable. May provide clinical supervision if approved by the Board of Behavioral Health Examiners.