The Clinician is responsible for creating a welcoming and healing environment by providing quality, sufficient and appropriate clinical services and maintaining high professional standards. The clinician's primary responsibility is to deliver quality and competent care to all BCCS clients, to include but not limited to individual, family and group counseling. The assigned clinician shall participate in orientation, on-going assessment, treatment planning, counseling, case management, crisis intervention, client education, referral, report and record keeping, and consultation with other professionals. The clinician completes insurance authorizations for treatment services as needed prior to expiration date. The clinician will maintain client confidentiality in all areas of treatment.
Be responsible for a caseload of clients, as identified by program requirements and in accordance with state regulations.
Complete required evaluations and assessments.
Document all clinical services and interventions performed within the clients ‘electronic record.
Monitor client progress and adjust treatment plans as needed.
Maintains contact with outside providers to coordinate care.
Confer with the Clinical Supervisor on a daily basis for casing.
Participates in weekly treatment team meetings.
Performs other duties as assigned by the Clinical Supervisor.
Minimum Associate Degree with CADC
Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science or related field
1 year experience in the Substance Abuse Field and/or Mental Health
Within 2 years, must have obtained certification as CADC (Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor).