Counselor/Case Manager - Yavapai County
- Job ID
- Direct Care
- Regular Full-Time
- Mental and Behavior Health
General Summary: This is a unique and exciting opportunity for someone interested in behavioral health care and looking to be more involved in the community. The behavior coach will work directly with children, families, and adults addressing needs in individualized ways that integrate strength, culture, and greater independence. Responsible for providing behavior and crisis management services, utilizing therapeutic approaches compatible with ICHD’s treatment philosophy, with an emphasis on empirical behavior techniques. Counselors may work individually, or in a team approach, depending on the needs of the client or program. This position requires Case Management, as well.
J JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Provides ongoing in-home, and/or office-based treatment, education and support to clients and their family.
- Formulates goal-oriented treatment/service plans for clients and families to prevent recurrence of crises, promote adaptive behaviors, and to maintain or improve functioning.
- Provides 24/7 crisis and support services as needed.
- Develops and implements the crisis/safety plan and Strengths, Needs and Cultural Discovery (SNCD) for every client.
- Develops treatment team recommendations for follow-up support and services.
- Facilitates the client’s/family’s Child and Family Team (CFT) or Adult Recovery Team (ART).
- Conducts case management duties as needed and acts as a central point of contact for children or adults and their teams.
- Consults with supervisor about any decisions regarding emergency safety responses, hospitalization or incarceration.
- Maintains a minimum of documented client contact hours per week.
- Completes timely reviews of progress, monthly reports.
- Maintains client files in accordance with ICHD and licensing standards.
- Attends and participates in individual and weekly team supervision meetings.
- Works an approved schedule and maintains an acceptable level of attendance.
- Education/Experience –
- Bachelor’s degree related to behavioral health and related experience preferred, or
- Any bachelor’s degree with at least one year of verifiable work experience, to include internships and volunteer work, in a behavioral health or related setting.
- 21 years of age
- Current, valid Arizona Driver’s License and 39 month Motor Vehicle Report to meet insurance requirements.
- Eligible for DPS Level I fingerprint clearance.
- First Aide, CPR certification (Employer provides).
- Initial negative TB test result (Employer provides)
Job Reference #: 1775