Clinical Counselor III (LPCC) or Social Worker III (LISW) - Alexandria/Southgate Primary Care
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Internal Number: 132701-1
Cincinnati Children's (CCHMC) in partnership with our Physician Health Organization (PHO) is focused on improving the health of the children in our community through integrating behavioral health into primary care.
Our goal is to strengthen child and family functioning by focusing on prevention and early intervention for behavioral and mental health concerns during families' primary care clinic visits. Springdale Mason Pediatrics has partnered with the Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology (BMCP) to recruit a behavioral health provider.
The successful candidate will be fully integrated within the pediatric practice Springdale Mason Pediatrics, and will be a full member of the Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology of CCHMC, one of the largest free standing divisions of psychology in the country. Candidates will provide consultations and brief interventions to patients of Springhill Mason Pediatrics and should have experience with evidence based for common pediatric presenting concerns such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, and other behavioral concerns and sleep.
???Compliance - Patient Services Staff Sustain a working understanding of regulatory requirements and accreditation standards. Support leadership in Compliance efforts to meet and sustain the regulatory compliance efforts of the department and hospital. Be mindful and judicious in monitoring safety and departmental policies and procedures. Ensure all individual certifications and Safety College requirements are fulfilled in a timely basis. Work with department managers, nurse council and magnet representatives to identify and share safety best practices. Be mindful of CCHMCs processes and compliance with CMS standards and freely communicate safety and compliance concerns to leadership team members.
???Interprofessional Practice: Demonstrates consistent integration of the Interprofessional Practice Model (IPM) in all aspects of practice.
???Patient Care - Age Specific and Culturally Diverse Consistently integrates age specific and culturally diverse concepts into patient care, taking into consideration both the patient's chronological age and developmental functioning.
???Psychosocial Assessment Conduct a comprehensive psychosocial assessment of the patient/family's health care needs to identify the strengths, challenges and opportunities. Evaluate patient/family/ caregiver safety concerns. Intervene appropriately to reduce risk. Report suspicions of abuse and neglect to legally mandated authorities for investigations. Utilize the psychosocial assessment to establish treatment intervention to be included in comprehensive plan of care.
???Department Representative Serve on committees and specialized task groups effecting the division, hospital and or community
???Resource Management Partner with the patient/family/caregivers in obtaining financial assistance, community resources, or specialized equipment. Maintain fluent knowledge of internal and external resources. Provide real time accurate information to patient/family/caregiver for resources for which they are eligible. Provide condition-specific and related medical, financial, educational, and social supportive resource information.
???Psychosocial Interventions Provide psychosocial services as identified in the patient's comprehensive plan of care. Provides supportive counseling with the goal of improving emotional coping and adherence to the treatment plan. Collaborate with referral sources and health care team members. Education of the patient/family/caregiver and members of the health care team about treatment options. Provide self-management support to high risk/complex patients/families to increase their skills and confidence to manage their chronic care conditions at home. Provide groups and programs for special populations as needed. Provide anticipatory guidance and planning to reduce or eliminate psychosocial barriers to discharge. Coordinate and facilitate family centered care team meetings. Provide crisis assessment and interventions to patients/families/caregivers with the goal of restoring equilibrium.
???Interdisciplinary Collaboration Working for system improvement, promoting patient/family/caregiver well-being. Identify and advocate for the needs of the patient/families/caregivers within the healthcare system and community. Act as a liaison between the patient/family/caregiver within the medical team and outside agencies. Act as the mediator as needed with in the medical team on behalf of the patient/family/caregiver. Empower the patient/family/caregiver to problem-solve by exploring options of care when available and alternative plans, when necessary, to achieve desired outcomes. Facilitate communication and coordination between members of the health care team while involving the patient/family/caregiver in the decision making process in order to minimize fragmentation of services.
???Continuity of Care Partner with the patient, family, healthcare team in the safe transition of care to the next, most appropriate level.
???Professional Development Participates in professional growth opportunities. Educates healthcare professionals and or/students on the psychosocial aspects of patient care and the roles and functions of social work. Maintain current in the field through continuing education, literature and seminars and implement that knowledge into the specialty or division. Promotes a positive work environment. Attends staff meetings, supervisory conferences and in-service programs to develop professional skills
???Data Management and Productivity Maintain patient records and statistics on patient contact according to division guidelines.
???Outcomes Evaluate efficacy, appropriateness, efficiency patient and family outcomes in relation to expected outcomes.
???Evaluation Evaluates effectiveness of social work interventions, and alter interventions based on results.
???Master's Degree in a clinical counseling program AND current license of LPCC (Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor) with the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Work, and Marriage & Family Board required OR Master's Degree in Social Work AND current license of LISW (Licensed Independent Social Worker) with the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Work, and Marriage & Family Board required.
???Current License to Practice in State
???5-7 years of professional experience. The successful candidate will have training in brief, evidence-based, behavioral treatments for common mental health behavioral disorders as well as training in child development and crisis intervention and management.
???Psychosocial Knowledge Professional knowledge and clinical ability sufficient to provide psychosocial services to pediatric patients and families
???Diversity Appreciation Understanding and showing respect and appreciation for the uniqueness of all individuals; leveraging differences in others' perspectives and ideas; appreciating cultural differences and adjusting one's approach to successfully integrate with others who are different from oneself
???Professional Demeanor Demonstrates an independent work initiative, sound judgment, diplomacy, tact and professional demeanor
???Problem Solving Ability to independently work through details of a problem to reach a positive solution
At Cincinnati Children’s, we come to work with one goal: to make children’s health better. We believe in a team approach, both in caring for patients and their families, and in advancing science and discovery. We strive to do better, and find energy and inspiration in our shared purpose. If you want to be the best you can be, you can do it at Cincinnati Children’s.