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Company: Duly Health and Care
Location: Naperville
Posted on: August 1, 2022

Job Description:

***LCPC Position is available in multiple locations including Naperville and Romeoville IL ***LCSW Position is available in multiple locations including Joliet, Naperville, and Romeoville IL We have both part and full-time opportunities available. Our positions are remote up to 70% of the time, outside of training period. Good enough isn't for us. Duly Health and Care's team members show up every day driven to exceed expectations. We challenge assumptions and invite dissent to accomplish bold goals and unleash the most extraordinary work of your career. We see and support the remarkable in every person within and beyond the walls of our work. Duly Health and Care works to understand what matters most to you. We recruit and retain team members who share a relentless passion and pride for helping others live happier and healthier lives. We invest in helping our team members develop their talents in a way that is rich in personal meaning. We invite you to join us, fulfill your purpose and make your mark! Are you ready to challenge the expected to deliver the extraordinary? The LCPC/LCSW is responsible for providing support and guidance to enable their patient to address any personal challenges that they may face. The LCPC/LCSW will conduct initial assessments of the patients' situation to determine the individual needs and goals of any desired therapy outcomes. Analysis of assessment data will result in the development and implementation of a care plan that is relevant to the needs and goals of the patient. The Journeys and Adventures that Await Psychotherapy Evaluate and diagnose patients' psychological concerns and issues according to DSM5. Meet with patients on a regular basis to talk about any problems, feelings, thoughts, behaviors, and relationships. Help patient find a solution to their problems through exploration of thought patterns, behaviors, past experiences, and other influences. Plans and implements individualized formulation-driven empirically validated psychological interventions. Communicate complex/sensitive information to patients and or families if needed. Refer patients to other disciplines for consult and evaluations as indicated. Maintains current and active clinical records Prepare SOAP notes and documentation timely and accurately. Comply with organizational, state, and federal regulations and guidelines. Document clinically relevant patient data in a timely and accurate manner. Administers self-report scales as needed (IE: PHQ-8 PHQ-9, etc). Provide evidenced based treatment and collaborate with colleagues Attend supervisions and meetings to stay up to date on clinical best practice. Complete mandatory organizational training as needed. Review relevant literature, synthesize evidence-based materials, and translate complex behavioral health concerns. Act as resource to other disciplines. Provide psychological expertise and education to multidisciplinary teams. Will comply with state licensure requirements. The Experiences You Bring Valid and Current LCPC, LCSW, or LMSW license, issued by the state of Illinois (or ability to be transferred). CPR certified. If LCSW OR LMSW master's degree in counseling is required. 2 years of experience experience working with clients in individual therapy sessions, experience working with clients with various mental health needs Experience working in a dynamic multidisciplinary team, preferred. Experience working with clients in a group setting, preferred. Knowledge of current assessment protocols Knowledge of Care plan development Knowledge of mental health disorders/DSM5 Excellent listening and interpersonal skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Exceptional critical thinking and analysis skills Proficient computer and Microsoft program(s) navigation skills Positive contributor to organizational culture Ability to work within a dynamic culture Able to perform psychosocial assessments and develop and implement viable care plans The ability to build the trust required to form an effective client/counselor relationship. Employment Type: Full Time Years Experience: 1 - 3 years Bonus/Commission: No

Keywords: Duly Health and Care, Naperville , LCSW, Other , Naperville, Illinois

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