Licensed Social Worker (LISW or LSW) | Inpatient

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Licensed Social Worker (LISW or LSW) | Inpatient

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Licensed Social Worker (LISW or LSW) | Inpatient

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  • The Behavioral Health Therapist (BHT) provides intensive behavioral health services including diagnostic assessments, individual, group and family-based psychotherapy, and crisis intervention as needed.
  • Responsible for collaborating with patients and families in developing an individualized treatment plan that will specifically address identified areas of concern.
  • Responsible for assisting patients and their families in understanding ways to effectively manage symptoms and behaviors attributed to the identified behavioral health diagnosis (es).
  • Assists families in effectively addressing complex personal and environmental difficulties which interfere with effective social functioning.
  • Responsible for the delivery of clinical services which are available to the patient, the patient’s family, and other persons significant to the patient.
  • Is able to work independently, is well organized, and identifies opportunities to work collaboratively with other units/departments within the hospital.
  • Participates as a professional member of the interdisciplinary team and community agencies.
  • Provides education/ consultation to health care professionals and the community regarding the impact of psychosocial factors. 
  • The Behavioral Health Therapist for Inpatient Behavioral Health provides acute behavioral health services and care coordination including psychosocial assessments, crisis intervention, individual and family-based psychotherapy, group facilitation, referral management, and disposition planning. 
  • Responsible for assisting patients and their families in understanding and learning to cope with behavioral crisis and chronic behavioral health diagnoses. 
  • Assists families in resolving complex personal and environmental difficulties which interfere with effective social functioning.  Responsible for the delivery of clinical services which are available to the patient, the patient’s family, and other persons significant to the patient, are well organized and directed, and integrated with other units and departments of the hospital/ community.
  • Participates as a professional team member in patient care planning along with other hospital and community agency personnel. 
  • Provides education/ consultation to health care professionals and the community regarding the impact of psychosocial factors. 
  • This position will collaborate interdepartmentally with all divisions of the hospital. 

 

Health Benefits

·         on-site health clinic for employees

·         100% coverage for preventative health

·         medical coverage with additional on-demand coverage

·         dental coverage

·         vision coverage

·         many wellness and employee assistance programs, including challenges to help reduce premium costs

PTO Benefits

·         full-time, part-time and weekend eligible day 1

·         full-time: 8.3 hours/pay period

·         part-time: 4.19 hours/pay period

·         weekends only: 5.076 hours/pay period

·         additional PTO awarded every 5 years of service

Life, Retirement and Financial Benefits

·         free basic life coverage and accidental death coverage at two times your annual salary*

·         employer contribution match up to 4%

·         employee care fund

Other Benefits

·         short-term disability

·         long-term disability

·         bereavement leave

·         parental leave

·         pet insurance

·         tuition assistance

·         employee discount programs

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