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Solvista Health Adult Outpatient Clinician, Buena Vista in Buena Vista, Colorado

Adult Outpatient Clinician, Buena VistaGeneral InformationJob Title:Adult Outpatient ClinicianLocation:36 Oak StreetBuena Vista, CO, 81211United StatesBase Pay:$49756.30 / YearRelocation Expense Covered:YesEmployee Type:Salary Full TimeMinimum Experience:3 YearsRequired Degree:MastersManage Others:NoContact InformationName:Daniel NelsonEmail:danieln@solvistahealth.orgDescriptionThe Generalist Clinician provides and oversees the provision of psychosocialand mental health care for selected clients and families.Essential Duties/ResponsibilitiesProvides comprehensive intake assessments and develops treatment plans forclients.Provides risk assessment and intervention as part of the interdisciplinaryteam.Refers to and coordinates with appropriate emergency services.Continually assesses client's behavioral health status.Provides evidence-based intervention strategies to improve client functioningand adherence.Acts as the lead liaison between client, psychiatrist, and other keyproviders for clients.Provides group therapy, with content determined by client/clinic needs.Provides individual and family therapy services to clients and their familiesdetermined by client/clinic needs.Provide resources as needed to encourage client's progress in accomplishingtreatment goals.Collaborate with medical providers and/or additional service providers tocoordinate care.Provide a care management approach around psychosocial/behavioral healthneeds.Work as part of a generalist team of clinicians.Documents in EHR all patient contacts and other important clinicalinformation.Serves as an information resource to clinical team.Participates in job-related training sessions and seminars.Attends required staff meetings.Maintains prompt and regular attendance.Performs other duties as assigned.Supervisory Duties (if any)NoneJob QualificationsKnowledge, Skills, and Ability:Possesses excellent organizational skills.Knowledge of specific medical/psychiatric illnesses, procedures andtreatments.Excellent interpersonal skills including negotiation skills necessary to workwithin a team.Ability to provide rapid clinical psychosocial assessments and brief, shortor long-term treatment.Cultural sensitivity and demonstrated competency in age specific behaviorsKnowledge of community agencies/resources.Ability to advocate/negotiate systems for/with patients.Ability to prioritize decisions based upon multiple criteria and identifiablestandards.Ability to multitask under stressful situations.Proficient in Windows and Microsoft Office Software.Ability to work competently and consistently through sleep interruption ordeprivation.Ability to work in a busy, high-stress environment.Ability to prepare and maintain accurate records.Ability to interpret rules and regulations and read and understand clientrecords.Ability to work tactfully and effectively with all constituents.Ability to prepare clear and concise reports using correct grammar,punctuation, and spelling.Ability to maintain objectivity and confidentiality.Education or Formal Training:Master's degree in social work, clinical psychology, or closely related field.Colorado license required (LPC, LAC, LCSW, LMFT). LCSW preferred.Experience:Three years of clinical experience as a licensed mental health professional;

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