This position requires a Masters Degree in psychology, social work or other related social services degree and be registered licensed intern in the State of Florida (LMHC, LCSW, of LMFT). Preference of (2) two years of post-graduate practice, heavily concentrated in the mental health field work experience with severe and persistent mental illnesses or with individuals with similar human-services needs desired – (someone with a professional clinical license; or close to licensure considered). Work experience with individuals with co-occurring disorders as well as youth disorders and family system interventions. Experience preferred in assessment and crisis intervention. Ability to assess client’s in community based situations as part of Mobile Response Team. Ability to render appropriate diagnosis and action plan from assessment formulation. Ability to provide crisis intervention. Education, advocacy and support for Mobile Response callers. Ability to work in an electronic health record, providing timely documents. Ability to be flexible and functions as a reliable team member in a busy environment that requires rendering professional Crisis Response services to various clientele. Knowledge of community resources work with Law Enforcement, Courts and other constituent organizations. Working crisis call-in phone lines, ability to work the hours and weekends. Meet the requirements of all applicable federal, state and organizational background checks which include a level II background screening, because Henderson Behavioral Health serves a vulnerable population. Be receptive to supervision and professional development. Possess a valid Florida driver’s license (with a clean record). Exhibit proof of auto insurance coverage of $50,000/$100,000/$50,000.
Section: Mobile Crisis Response Team
Location: Broward County