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MultiCare Health System (Navos) Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Therapist in Burien, Washington

Job DetailsJob ID: 99238Location: Burien, WAEntity: Behavioral Health -NavosCategory: Behavioral HealthSpecialty: Not ApplicableDepartment: Admin BHSEmployment Type: Full-Time RegularPrimary Shift: DayWork Schedule: Day shiftSalary Range$53,601 - $65,374.40About the CompanyThe mission of Navos is to improve the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness by providing a broad continuum of trauma informed care with a focus on recovery and resilience. Navos responds to the needs of people with mental illness in King County. Services are targeted to those who live at or near poverty, often as a result of their mental illness. Navos is committed to embracing equity and inclusiveness in everything we do. Our efforts are intentional, deliberate, and a fundamental part of the everyday expectation for working at Navos.About the PositionThe successful candidate will possess the following skills, abilities and experience:The Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH) Therapist provide a full range of direct and indirect services to children (from infancy to five year olds) and their families. Services include: Child Parent Psychotherapy, family therapy, individual child therapy, ongoing case management, assessment, treatment planning and advocacy. The Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Therapist maintains primary case responsibility and authority for assigned caseload, working with a family through all phases of treatment using a relational, attachment based, trauma informed, culturally responsive therapy approach. When necessary, the therapist provides comprehensive community support activities and collaborates with childcare, school staff, and other service providers significant to the family's wellbeing. The IECMH therapist may also work within the Supporting Early Connections Program providing therapeutic services to young children with child welfare involvement and their caregivers, and acting as a liaison with partnering systems, such as dependency court and DCYF.Position RequirementsTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.1. Commit to centering clinical work on principles of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.2. Maintain primary responsibility for assigned cases, including arranging, monitoring, and coordinating needed services in the mental health system and the community.3. Assess/diagnosis client functioning on an ongoing basis that places clients in the most appropriate treatment course in the most timely manner.4. Assist in developing problem-focused, goal-oriented treatment plans which address the specific needs of the client within a case-management framework and specific anticipated clinical outcomes.5. Provide comprehensive community support activities to assigned caseload, including assistance in identifying and utilizing community resources, liaison with other agencies and organizations, referral to appropriate community programs, completion of all necessary reports.6. Function as a client advocate in relation to the mental health system, community agencies, and the client's support system, as needed.7. Maintain client records in keeping with Agency, County and State guidelines.8. Demonstrate respect for client rights and maintains privacy per agency policy; demonstrates knowledge of and commitment to the principle of Resiliency as it applies to mental health.9. Evaluate treatment effectiveness and revises treatment plans as needed, no less than every 120 days.10. Demonstrate knowledge of principles of growth and development over the life span assesses data reflective of the