This position provides mental health, developmental, and educational services primarily to adults through diagnostic and psychosocial assessments, development of recovery plans, direct individual therapy services, service coordination and skills training as well as group services. The ACT Team Behavioral Health LPHA may provide services face-to-face in homes, in the community, via tele-video or at multiple office locations in Williamson County. Other services include consultation with staff and providing reflective supervision as needed in small groups or individually.
Exemplary communication skills are necessary in order to communicate with individuals served, accurately document service provision, and work with community/agency partners as part of linking families to other needed resources. This position is one discipline of a multidisciplinary team and will be working closely with the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team both with individuals they serve and as a consultant. In addition to direct service, the person in this role may be asked to supervise other providers, engage in program development or develop special projects. Availability of hours may vary based on service needs that can vary by location and time of year.
|Credentials||Minimum Qualifications: Clinical licensure is required (LCSW, LPC or LMFT). Must have excellent oral and written communication skills. Valid driver’s license in good standing required. |
Preferred Qualifications: LCSW clinical licensure preferred. Bilingual in Spanish preferred. Experience working with trauma and/or individuals living with severe mental illness preferred.
|Closing Date||Open until filled|