Master's Level Crisis Intervention Therapist in Avon, IN
- - Hendricks Outpatient
- Avon , IN, USA
- Based on experience.
- Full Time
- Major medical, vision, dental, prescription drug, short & long term disability, flexible savings account, healthcare savings account.
Cummins Behavioral Health Systems Inc. has expanded our services and is seeking a licensed therapist as a Master's Level Crisis Intervention Specialist. The Crisis Intervention Specialist will be based at our clinical office in Avon, IN.
Master's Level Crisis Intervention Therapist (CIT) provides crisis intervention services to diverse individuals, families, and other professionals assisting those in crisis. Utilizing contemporary crisis prevention and intervention evidence-based practices, therapists work as a member of an interdisciplinary team that includes Peer Recovery Specialists and community emergency response systems including but not limited to local law enforcement, hospitals, and emergency first responders. The CIT position may work non-traditional hours as this position is the member of a Crisis Response System of Teams that, as a whole, serves the CCBHC County 24-hours per day, 7 days per week. The position consists of a combination of virtual service and face-to-face in the community mindful of safety guidelines and risk mitigation procedures.
Our therapists utilize the following models and approaches to guide the individual and/or family in a position of crisis to a position of safety, necessary to pursue whole person health including:
- Evidence based practice for Assessing and Managing Suicide Response;
- Trauma and Shame-informed Treatment;
- Motivational Interviewing (MI);
- The Wellness and Recovery Model and Approach including the inclusion of Peer Recovery Specialists and community allies in the interdisciplinary team approach;
- Person and Family-Centered Treatment Planning (PCTP); and
The requirements listed below are representative of the essential functions required to perform this job. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions. Maintaining regular and reliable attendance is necessary in order to carry out Essential Functions. Essential functions of this job may include, but may not be limited to:
1. Crisis Intervention Therapist: Deliver mobile and virtual crisis intervention assessment and immediate planning for individuals and families in crisis utilizing age-appropriate engagement techniques for children and adults. Provides a variety of crisis intervention or crisis prevention services in various community locations, including jails, hospitals, and private residences. Services will include crisis counseling, crisis case management, professional consultation, pre-admission screening, support, education, and referrals to community partners, persons in crisis and their families.
2. Crisis Intervention Team Member: Participates in regular communication and meetings with other crisis intervention team members to coordinate cases and to review intervention outcomes as a means of enhancing the provision of future crisis intervention team services.
3. Member of Consumer's Treatment Teams: The CIT may intervene with persons in crisis not receiving whole health services, and in that case, works to link that individual and their family with indicated services. In the event the individual and/or family is already linked with CCBHC services, the CIT participates as a member of the consumer's interdisciplinary treatment team by communicating with treatment team members necessary information to coordinate the individual and/or family's treatment care.
4. Community Partner: Provide consultation and coordination with community agencies and families to maintain coordination of care during the crisis intervention and stabilization process. The CIT serves as a community educator by leading by example and direct teaching of crisis intervention evidence-based practices for the benefit of the community. The CIT stewards the vision and hope of recovery by promoting the benefit of whole person treatment and other motivational techniques.
5. Document services utilizing an electronic health record system.
6. May provide additional services of Case Management or Skills Training and Development Intervention to consumers as clinically indicated.
7. Other duties as assigned by clinical management.
- Masters degree in behavioral health, social work, counseling or other related field, and be eligible for licensure in the state of Indiana as an LCSW, LMHC, and/or LMFT; or advanced degree in nursing or related health field.
Cummins is one of the State's top-rated community behavioral health and addiction providers in Customer Satisfaction as recognized by the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction.
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