The psychotherapist is responsible for participating in all aspects of patient care. This includes, but is not limited to intake assessments, individual, couples, and family therapy, and, when needed, leading groups in the Trauma Recovery Program. Will effectively manage a patient caseload and demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide patient care that is appropriate to the ages and diagnoses of the patients served. Will serve as both hospital based and outpatient psychotherapist dependent on program need.
Master’s Degree in counseling or social work
Minimum of 3 years of experience required
Current state of Illinois licensure as a LCPC (License Clinical Professional Counselor) or LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker); Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist Certification will be required and provided by OSF within first 90 days of employment.
Interpersonal skills in order to engage, coach, and mentor others, facilitate/organize/direct the work of others and to maintain positive relationships among participants, leadership, ministry/facility staff and internal/external stakeholders.
Proven skills in written/verbal communications, problem solving, independent problem solving, decision making abilities, creativity, prioritization/delegation and necessary computer-related skill.
Working knowledge of trauma, including effects of trauma, types of trauma, key elements of working with trauma and evidence-based treatment approaches.
CPR certification is recommended.
Job seekers will be afforded equal opportunity regardless of their race, ethnicity, veteran status or disability status.
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