To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. This position requires an individual, who has the ability to work independently, is able to work under pressure, is analytical and has excellent problem-solving skills. Must have and maintain high ethical standards and adhere to the ethics of the profession. The ability to respect the confidentiality of patient information while performing job duties. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with patients, employees and public. Ability to successfully complete FHLC’s credentialing and privileging process. The ability to maintain a state of Wisconsin Driver’s License as well as the ability to pass the requirements to complete the minimum requirements to operate a company vehicle.
- Competency in assessment, diagnosis, prognosis, counseling, and psychotherapeutic treatment of AODA, marriage, family, and child relationship dysfunctions; methods of developing and implementing a treatment plan; current trends in the field of mental health; laws and regulations applicable to mental health; and basic math.
- Ability to perform effective counseling and psychotherapy with individuals, families, and groups; develop and maintain cooperative relationships with clients’ families, members of other professional disciplines, social agencies, and co-workers; relate professionally with persons with serious mental disorders; identify and utilize community resources; advise and train other mental health staff; and prepare and present clear and concise oral and written reports. General knowledge of medical terms and how to relate this knowledge to patients while working in the PCBH model; work under a wholistic view of patient care, including an understanding of the interaction of physical and mental health concerns; knowledge of chronic disease management, or willingness to be trained to provide PCBH services. Substance Abuse Certification preferred.
- Competency in providing cognitive and behavioral interventions to individuals, families, couples, and groups with behavioral health/substance abuse problems in a primary care setting.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively with primary care staff, patients and other behavioral health clinicians.
- Applicants must possess WI state licensure in their profession
- Independent Clinical Supervisor (ICS) preferred or ability to obtain
- The selected candidate for positions in this class are required to undergo FHLC’s Provider Credentialing and Privileging which includes extensive background investigation. Per Federal Grant requirements, the selected candidate must not be listed on any debarment or exclusion list.
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker preferred
Family Health La Clinica(FHLC) requires employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19, or hold a legally recognized exemption as a condition of employment. Where permitted by law, candidates who are offered a position will be asked about their vaccination status, which must meet minimum business requirements. All religious, medical, or other legally recognized exemptions regarding vaccination status will be considered.