The Pediatric and Adolescent Inpatient Mental Health and Addictions units are comprised of three units: 7A Mental Health, ITC with a higher acuity and a higher staff to patint ratio, and 6A Dual Diagnosis each unit is a short term crisis stabilization unit. Each unit offers a unique pediatric and adolescent inpatient hospital program. Each program offers select services to teens who are experiencing mental health and chemical dependency challenges. Members of the interdisciplinary team include Medical Doctors, Registered Nurses, Psychiatric Associates, Rehabilitation staff (Licensed Music Therapist, Art Therapist, Recreational Therapist), Occupational Therapists, Chemical Dependency Counselors, Chaplains, and an Advance Practice RN with specialization in Child/Adolescent Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing. In addition to joining a team that is part of one of the largest hospitals based Mental Health and Addiction Services service lines in the country, an individual who works in this program has access to many resources for expanding their clinical expertise. Clinical staff report to the Manager of Clinical Services for the pediatric and adolescent units, who works closely with the programs Medical Director and Staff Council in promoting patient centered care that is effective and efficient.
Clinical Treatment Coordinator (CTC) will work Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 4:30pm for a total of 80 hours a week, with the possiblity of weekends and holidays as needed. CTC will partner with the physician and interdisciplinary team to navigate the patient/family through stabilization and work toward ongoing care through therapeutic interventions with an emphasis on group therapy. Duties will include assessment on admit to plan for discharge and work with the identified a treatment plan, community re-entry meetings, discharge planning, group, individual, and family therapy. This includes but is not limited to: managing patient/family expectations, responding to the crisis of hospitalization, supporting the discharge and community re-entry needs and monitoring and managing patient length of stay and avoidable days.
LICSW, LGSW, LPCC, LPC, LMFT, or LMAFT licensure
Interim licensed applicantsmust be working toward full licensure
Masters degree in Social Work or comparable education and training
Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers
Masters in Social Work
Two years supervised clinical experience in mental health including assessment, individual, group and family therapy
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