Health Solutions is a premier wellness center focused on whole-person care. With almost 400 employees in Southern Colorado, you would be joining a mighty team of support and administrative staff, case managers, clinicians, physicians, nurses, and others in our efforts to improve the health and wellbeing of our community.
Were looking for an Individual Outpatient Clinician/Intensive Group Outpatient Clinician to join us at our new Family Center at 1591 Taos Road in Pueblo.
What Youd Be Doing
As an Individual Outpatient Clinician/Intensive Group Outpatient Clinician at the Family Center you would be a vital member of a multidisciplinary team working to promote healthy youth and families in an outpatient environment. Your work in case management, crisis intervention, and outpatient therapy to individuals, families, and groups means you would have rewarding opportunities to directly enhance the wellbeing of our community now and in the future.
Specifically, the Individual Outpatient Clinician/Intensive Group Outpatient Clinician:
- Offers three hours per day of quality group intensive outpatient programming (groups of 5-8) for clients ranging in age from 4 to 13;
- Carries a caseload of individual therapy/family therapy clients;
- Conducts intake and assessment on new clients, employing professional interpretation and clinical analysis to develop effective treatment plans;
- Provides individual, family, and group therapy based on assessed need;
- Conducts case management in collaboration with resources in the community;
- Provides crisis intervention;
- Maintains accurate and up-to-date records with 100 percent compliance with Health Solutions standards;
- Maintains 100 percent productivity for billable services;
- Maintains proficiency with the electronic health record;
- Provides consultation and education services; and
- Performs other job-related duties as assigned by the Program Director.
Health Solutions expects all staff to
- Adapt to change in the workplace and use change as an opportunity for innovation and creativity;
- Take ownership of problems, brainstorm resolutions, use sound judgment in selecting solutions to problems, and then demonstrate consistent follow through;
- Possess the job knowledge and skills to perform the fundamental job functions, and willingly assume greater responsibility over time regarding the scope of work;
- Inspire and model collaborative teamwork; and
- Demonstrate accommodation, politeness, helpfulness, trust building, appropriate boundaries, and flexibility in customer service.
What Were Looking ForThe Must-Haves
- A graduate degree in social work, psychology, or a closely related field
- Demonstrated computer proficiency
- Colorado drivers license and access to transportation during work hours
What Wed Like to See in YouThe Nice-to-Haves
- Colorado professional license (e.g., LPC, LCSW, LMFT)
- At least one year of mental healthcare experience with children and adolescents
- Experience providing mental healthcare with early childhood children
- Spanish language skills
What Youll Like About Us
- Competitive pay. $55,073 for this position with the potential for additional compensation based on productivity
- Generous benefits. Includes paid holidays, PTO, EAP, tuition reimbursement, retirement, insurances, and FSA
- Employee recognitions and celebrations
- Warm and friendly work environment in which staff respect and learn from one another
- Opportunities to serve our neighbors in Pueblo
Open until filled EOE, M/F