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Counselor California

FR Health | newport, CA, US

Salary Range:$52,000 – $108,000 Salary range estimated by Zippia

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About Us:
At True Recovery Inc we are committed to integrating both proactive and reactive wellness solutions as a foundational element throughout the public safety community. Our family of companies offer a wide variety of wellness solutions to fit your needs.

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This role reports directly to the Clinical Director/Executive Director, contributing to the objectives of FR Health and its mission. While providing individual, group and family therapy, the therapist also develops, implements, presents, evaluates, and revises treatment plans; facilitates/presents educational programs to participants; and participates in interdisciplinary treatment planning and client-centered care and treatment.

• Orient new participants to the expectations of, services offered by, and treatment plan s/he will work towards while at FR Health.
• Aid participant in setting and achieving short and long-term goals by promoting adaptive coping skills that will set the participant up for success.
• Liaison with family, friends, partners, and outside resources to create a supportive environment and ensure continuity of care.
• Educate the participants on behavioral health, promoting healthy resources and daily skills training to provide highest quality person-centered care.
• Work closely with other members of the clinical team in addressing daily concerns, intervening if crisis intervention is required, and offering additional directives for care to provide highest quality person-centered care.
• Assist participants in developing an aftercare plan so that s/he will feel confident upon exiting the program.
• Uphold participant confidentiality in accordance with company policies and procedures and local, state, and federal laws and regulations.
• Oversee the daily treatment experience of each of his/her clients.
• Maintain appropriate documentation as required.
• Conduct assessments of clients at the time of admission and re-assessments as required.
• Conduct mental status examinations.
• Provide appropriate diagnoses and treatment recommendations based on a review of the client’s history, signs, and symptoms.
• Provide individual, couple/family, and group psychotherapy as needed.
• Ability to demonstrate respect for cultural and lifestyle diversity of clients and staff.
• Crisis intervention services, including 5150 determinations.
• Treatment Planning.
• Participation in Case Conference Reviews.
• Complete Utilizations Review forms as required.
• Knowledge of current legal standards pertaining to professional practice, reporting requirements, professional boundaries, and related issues.
• Knowledge of the philosophy and approach of the 12-step model of recovery (AA, CA,NA,Alanon).
• Participates in weekly staffing meeting
• Will complete Utilization Reviews for ongoing client care, working with departments to convey client information in accordance with continued treatment recommendations

The following are the qualifications required to perform the essential functions of this position. Qualifications may be subject to modification based on the Americans with Disabilities Act.
• Specific qualifications may vary based on assignment.
• Master or Doctorate degree in psychology, social work, counseling, or social science. Licensed with The California Board of Behavioral Sciences as an AMFT, LMFT, LCSW, or LPCC; or by the Board of Psychology as a Licensed Psychologist.
• Minimum of 2 years’ experience in evaluating and/or treating persons suffering from mental illness and/or substance abuse.
• Current First Aid/CPR certification.
• Health Screen and Current TB Negative Result.
• Criminal Background Check Clearance.
• Cultural Competence working with First Responder population
• Ability to demonstrate respect for cultural and lifestyle diversity of clients and staff
• Knowledge of current legal standards pertaining to professional practice, reporting requirements, professional boundaries, and related issues
• Ability to work as an integrated part of a treatment team
• Strict adherence to HIPAA guidelines regarding patient confidentiality

Working Conditions:
Work is performed in an office or other environmentally controlled room. Work may expose incumbent to contagious or infectious diseases, dangerous and volatile situations, or possible bodily injury.

Projected Salary Range: $75,000 to $90,000 DOE
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