Under the supervision of the Director of Behavioral Services these three positions: Clinical Case Manager, Therapist, and Art Therapist will be responsible for the coordination of therapeutic services to participants receiving outpatient behavioral health services.
The Clinical Case Manager, Therapist, and Art Therapist will work closely with internal and external providers, family members, as well as natural support to ensure their assigned participant’s needs are being met as outlined in their Individual Service Plan (ISP).
- Provide a minimum of 2 hours of direct service activities to each participant each month. Activities include but are not limited to face-to-face counseling in individual, family or group sessions and attendance in team meetings (e.g. school, legal, medical, housing, etc.). This includes sessions at their school, in the community through King County and South King County or at one of our agency locations (North and South Seattle).
- Establish therapeutic relationships, assesses complex problems, select problem-solving interventions, and help participants to function effectively.
- In conjunction with your supervisor and mental health professional, assesses the participant’s mental health and basic needs, determines the appropriate level of care and support, determines the availability of resources, and develops an Individual Service Plan.
- Monitor the treatment progress of participants, reassesses participant status and the effectiveness of interventions, revises the Individual Service Plan, and advocates for participants.
- Facilitate groups (onsite and within community) with expertise, demonstrating ability to engage, set limits and monitor the group process.
- Facilitate or co-facilitate a psychoeducation, skill-building or therapy group.
- Participate in supervision and team meetings as well as lead occasional training for the team
- Maintain a caseload of at least 12 but no more than 17 participants, ranging from ages 6 to adult who identify or socialize as a girl, female or woman.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Remote interview process
- Personal protective equipment provided or required
- Plastic shield at work stations
- Temperature screenings
- Social distancing guidelines in place
- Virtual meetings
- Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place
Telecommuting (75%) and in office (25%) in compliance with social distancing, wearing of face mask, and reduced occupancy . Positions conduct services via telehealth methods, such as Zoom & Doxy as well as telephone. No in-home services are permitted at this time.
Relocation reimbursement up to $700 available for applicants residing more than 75 miles from zip code 98144. Must have Washington State Department of Health credentials at minimum as an Agency Affiliated Counselor.
Position open until filled. All women, especially women of color, are strongly encouraged to apply. Training, coaching and mentoring provided to all. Great benefits!