Psychiatric Social Worker
Psychiatric Social Worker
timely and suitable diagnosis, planning, and intervention for members’ treatments.
appropriate choice of treatment method for members with the condition.
is proficient in disseminating clinical information to members and clinical personnel.
high levels of patient and customer satisfaction both inside and outside.
demonstrates proficiency with a range of therapy approaches.
gives members’ charts accurate and timely documentation of clinical visits.
has an understanding of local resources and KP.
follows all statutory requirements for patients’ clinical care and licensing.
keeps a license.
Conduct a preliminary interview with the members while gathering and analyzing the psychological and social context of the complaints.
determines the members’ needs’ urgency.
gives a qualified analysis of the member’s presentation, suggests a therapeutic course of action, and chooses the best treatment option.
offers treatment to adults, teenagers, and kids.
gives members who are in need of professional services or who are experiencing a crisis the right guidance and therapy at the right time.
Maintains a written record of therapy, writes reports and letters, calls social services, schools, family, and friends (with member permission), and visits them to get essential information.
provides clinical advice on family interactions, sociocultural influences, and community resources in a setting of integrated health care.
provides resource information, counseling, and referrals over the phone.
adept in recognizing and managing the range of developmental stages.
adept at using a variety of therapeutic methods, including but not restricted to an individual, group, family, and child therapy.
complies with all regulatory agency policies and procedures as well as organizational, departmental, state, and federal norms.
engages in CQI and QM operations.
- Two (2) years of post-graduate mental health therapy experience within the last five (5) years is required.
- Master’s degree in a Social Work, Psychology, Sociology or another field related to behavioral health is required.
- Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (California) OR Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (California) OR Licensed Clinical Social Worker (California)
- National Provider Identifier
- Knowledge of and ability to utilize current DSM nomenclature required.
- Consistently demonstrates the knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors necessary to provide superior and culturally sensitive service to each other, to our members, and to customers, contracted providers, and vendors.
- Lifespan provider, Evidenced-Based Practice preferred.
- May be asked to travel to cover other clinics.
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