Licensed Mental Health Therapist - LCSW/LPC/LMFT
MENTAL HEALTH CENTER OF DENVER LICENSED MENTAL HEALTH THERAPIST - LCSW/LPC/LMFT The Mental Health Center of Denver has immediate need of Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC), Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT). The Mental Health Center of Denver is a place for recovery, resilience and well-being, known locally and nationally as a model for innovative and effective community behavioral healthcare. Consistently named Denver's Top Places to Work The Mental Health Center of Denver has been named a Top Workplace by the Denver Post six years in a row! We believe that all people are resilient - they can and do recover from mental illness. At the Mental Health Center of Denver, we hire people dedicated to working towards that goal. Position Summary: Provide direct mental health clinical assessments and treatment to individuals with mental illness. Work with others in a clinical team environment to help individuals move toward recovery. Essential Job Functions: Provide psychological evaluations/problem identification, crisis interventions, and individual, group, and/or family therapy to assigned clients. Provide case management services to clients as needed or assigned. Develop treatment plans; monitor treatment progress and follow-up at disposition times. Assist clients with psychological development, social development, and rehabilitation. Coordinate client's use of other MHCD programs and outside community resources. Coordinate medication/medicinal needs of clients with psychiatrists, nurses, and other medical sources. Maintain accurate and timely clinical records consistent with MHCD standards. Participate in team/department meetings, in-services, and supervisory sessions as required. Perform 27-10 (M-1) "mental health hold" evaluations. Perform other duties as assigned. Requirements: Education: Master's Degree in social work, psychology, or similar field. Current license as a LCSW/LPC/LMFT in the State of Colorado. Experience: Minimum of one to three years' experience in clinical social work. Experience working with moderate to severe and persistently mentally ill populations. Skills and Competencies: Knowledge of methods of psychotherapy. Knowledge of community resources. Ability to assess crisis situations and intervene appropriately. Familiarity with the DSM V and diagnostic techniques. Effective written and verbal communication skills. Ability to work flexible and on-call hours which may be required. Must have valid driver's license and good driving record. Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed care principles/practices.