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Oct 29

LCSW/Psychologist Integrated BH Counselor

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Are you interested in working alongside primary care providers, nurses, and psychiatrists to meet the behavioral health needs of patients? Join us in our mission to strengthening the hope and resilience of our community members by improving their health, mental health and well-being We are looking for a licensed clinician (psychologist/PSY or licensed social worker/LCSW) to join our integrated behavioral health (IBH) team at AACI! Our team works within a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) at two locations in San Jose, CA where we have a primary care clinic and psychiatry. We are currently in the process of growing our clinic and are looking to add another talented clinician. We utilize the Collaborative Care Model to integrate behavioral health care into primary care in order to better address the needs of our patients and support their overall wellness. Why work at AACI? • Flexible schedule and your Birthday off! • 11 Paid Holidays • Paid Vacation and Sick time • Comprehensive benefit plan with four Health Plan Options (we pay 95% of premiums!) • 403(b) Retirement Plan with match • Access to training and clinical supervision hours • Professional development opportunities, and no cost to you CEUs • Eligibility for student loan repayment assistance • Mileage reimbursement, company laptop and cell phone stipend • Paid annual license fee • Additional pay for bilingual staff • Sign on bonus Responsibilities of the position: 1. Provide warm hand offs for patients who endorse need for further evaluation (e.g., endorse symptoms of depression, anxiety, acute stressor, management of chronic medical conditions, etc.). Conduct risk assessments effectively and follow up accordingly. 2. Conduct intake assessments to better understand needs of patient, assess symptoms, and develop a diagnosis. 3. Develop effective treatment plans to target symptoms and track symptoms over time utilizing PHQ-9/GAD-7. 4. Provide individual and family to referred patients with mild to moderate symptomology. 5. Refer patients with moderate to severe symptomology to a higher level of care, which is often available within AACI’s specialty mental health program. 6. Collaborate with multi-disciplinary team (i.e., primary care providers, nurses, medical assistants, and psychiatrist) to coordinate care for each patient on your caseload. Required Qualifications: Current license as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Clinical Psychologist (PSY) in good professional standing Preferred Qualifications: 1. Experience with providing various evidenced-based treatments (e.g., DBT, CBT, PST, ACT, etc.) 2. Ability to apply clinical skills and knowledge to the local community whom we serve 3. Excellent verbal and written skills 4. Clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and/or adults accepted. Our clinic provides primary care services to all ages.

 

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