MA Social Worker License Required
2 years experience required
Harrington HealthCare System is seeking experienced licensed Behavioral Health Clinicians!
Offering $5,000 Sign On Bonus- Benefited Salary Positions- Quarterly Productivity Bonus
Clinician Opportunities for Adult Outpatient Mental Health locations:
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Provide quality clinical treatment to clients as assigned by the Intake Coordinator and/or the Department Director.Provide individual, group, and family therapy to clients of varied ages and stages in recovery.
- Part time (30 hour) - Charlton, MA
- Part time (32 hour) - Dudley, MA
- Full time - Southbridge, MA
Responsible for managing caseload through consultations, collateral contact, and following up with the client on missed appointments. Maintain Productivity Benchmarks, Maintain current level of professional licensure, & Maintain CAQH credentialing.Complete all documentation and paperwork specific to each department and in compliance with hospital requirements, DMH, BSAS, The Joint Commission, and Insurance Providers.
WORK EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: 2 years of experience working with mental health and substance abuse disorders in a clinical setting.
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:Graduation and training from an accredited graduate program with a current unrestricted licensure by the Massachusetts Board of Registration: MA/MSW, PhD (LICSW / LMHC/ LMFT).
ABOUT OUR PROGRAM (Outpatient Services: Adult Mental Health): Our caring and dedicated staff of therapists, clinicians and psychiatrists are here to help. Our clinicians are trained in the latest therapies to help adult patients deal with anxiety, depression, panic disorders, trauma and other cognitive behavioral issues.
Harrington's Behavioral Health Program is a comprehensive continuum of behavioral health services including programs specializing in recovery, substance abuse, adult mental health, school-based services, child and adolescent services, partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient services (IOP), inpatient psychiatry and a new co-occurring disorders unit (CDU).