Dayton Children's Hospital Behavioral Health Therapist in Dayton, Ohio
Facility:The Hope CenterDepartment:PsychologySchedule:Full timeHours:40Job Details: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 collaborative 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 BHT demonstrates and models Dayton Children’s values through effective interaction with patients, families, and treatment team members while providing excellent care.
Department Specific Job Details:
Provides direct mental health services and consultation to children within the primary medical clinic (Hope Center) based on physician referral. Provides consultation to other health care professionals in the hospital and community as indicated regarding mental health aspects of children’s behavior, and collaborates with multi-disciplinary team. Provides in-service and outreach education on mental health issues. Educates the patient and family/significant others to improve patient health outcomes and appropriately involves patients and family/significant others in care and care decisions. Recognizes and advocates for each patient being an individual with unique health care needs and provides considerate, respectful care affirming the patient's right to make decisions regarding his/her care.
Masters: Counseling (Required), Masters: Social Work
LISW-S Licensed Independent Social Worker with Supervision - Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage & Family Therapist Board, LPCC - Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor - Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage & Family Therapist Board
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