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Behavioral Health Therapist

The Behavioral Health Therapist is responsible to provide diagnostic assessments, therapy, and counseling and support services for a mixed caseload including adults, adolescents, and families experiencing behavioral health issues, communication challenges, or family conflict. This is an opportunity to work as part of a dynamic multi-disciplinary team, providing services to a broad spectrum of clients.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor/Master Degree or equivalent in Social Work, Psychology or relevant. BH Professional or BH Professional under supervision.

  • Prefer candidate with three to five years of providing diagnostic assessment experience and therapy services to a full range of individuals from youth through adulthood, addressing a wide variety of problems and disorders, in a multicultural setting.

  • Must maintain professional licensure and/or certification throughout contract with this agency.

  • Must be able to work flexible work schedule including evenings and weekends as needed.

  • Must be able to work as a team member and cooperatively with County, State, and community programs.

  • Must have reliable means of transportation and a valid driver’s license. If you use your own vehicle for your work-related transportation, must have current vehicle insurance.

  • Must be a positive role model to staff, youth, families and community.

  • Must have good written and oral communication skills and good organizational skills.

  • Must maintain agency, coworker, and client confidentiality and abide by the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act.

  • Must successfully pass a drug and/or alcohol test, if required.

  • Must successfully pass an Ohio BCII Background Check, and FBI as required.

QBHS

Qualified Behavioral Health Specialist

QBHS’ are part of a team of paraprofessionals providing direct outreach, community-based behavioral health services for clients of all ages. The primary role of the QBHS is to follow goals and implement them through interventions as determined by the Individualized Treatment Plan.  This position is responsible for managing an assigned caseload of clients having long term behavioral health illness’ and for assessing client needs, implementing and reviewing the treatment plan.  The QBHS will work with the client to reach goals.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum QBHS +3 years of community-based experience working with behavioral health populations, 4-year BA degree in Social, Human Services or relevant.

  • Demonstrated history of working cooperatively and professionally with clients, visitors, other agency staff, and community agency representatives.

  • Work as needed to complete caseload, and coordinated services based upon clients’ needs and availability.

  • Must have reliable means of transportation and a valid driver’s license. If you use your own vehicle for your work-related transportation, must have current vehicle insurance.

  • Must have and maintain Professional Liability Insurance throughout your contract with agency

  • Must be a positive role model to staff, youth, families and community.

  • Must have good written and oral communication skills and good organizational skills.

  • Must maintain agency, coworker, and client confidentiality and abide by the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act.

  • Must successfully pass a drug and/or alcohol test, if required.

Must successfully pass an Ohio BCII Background Check; and FBI as required.