Hours may vary, even hours may be required.
Health and Wellness Clinician promotes and offers integrated care services
related to screening, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of mental and
substance use disorders, co-occurring physical health conditions and chronic
diseases to children and youth with, or at risk for, serious emotional
disturbance. The Behavioral Health and Wellness Clinician will work as part of
an interdisciplinary team, which includes medical, clinical, case management
and in-home supportive services to the children and families served.
collaborative, integrated primary and behavioral health care, defined as a
whole person approach to health and wellness to allow seamless care for the client
- Deliver a bidirectional integrated care delivery
model through screening, assessment, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment.
- Provide family-centered counseling, in an
office, healthcare facility, home, or community-based setting as required.
Collaborate with internal and external partners in support of the family's case
management needs. Provide advocacy when needed.
- Develop treatment plans with each client and
their family; specify presenting problem, objectives, interventions, and
- Collaborate and coordinate efforts with client's
treatment team, school, PCP, and/or other involved providers.
- Maintain accurate clinical documentation and
recordkeeping utilizing EHR system per agency policy to include treatment plan
document, clinical contact notes, time sheets, managed care authorizations,
discharge summary and all others as needed as required by the agency, State,
and accrediting bodies.
Maintain professional standards regarding client
rights. Demonstrate an understanding of confidentiality policies, boundaries
and professional ethics, mandated child abuse reporting and duty to warn
procedures. Utilize clinical supervision in any case where these issues are in
Qualifications and Competencies:
- Master's degree in Psychology, Clinical Mental
Health Counseling, Social Work or other related field required.
- Vermont State License or licensed eligible in
- Must have a valid driver's license, reliable
transportation with personal automobile liability insurance coverage at or above
the levels mandated by the State of Vermont.
- Successful completion of a criminal history
background check after hire.
- Experience within a clinical setting providing children,
adolescent and family behavioral health services.
- Knowledge with services, systems, and programs
available in the community including primary health care, support services,
eligibility criteria and intake processes, community resources, and mental
health, mental disabilities, and substance use treatment programs.
- Working knowledge of serious mental illness,
mental disabilities, and substance use depending on the population served,
including clinical and developmental issues.
- Demonstrated ability to interview and assess
clients using appropriate assessment tools. Ability to observe, record and
report on an individual's functioning. Proficient with the treatment planning
process and major components of a treatment plan.
- Knowledge and ability to understand and use
different types of assessments, including functional assessments, evaluations,
observations, and interviews to develop a treatment plan.
- Knowledge of treatment modalities and
intervention techniques, such as behavior management, independent living skills
training, supportive counseling, family education, crisis intervention,
discharge planning, and service coordination.
- Strong documentation skills and prior experience
utilizing electronic records.
CCN is an equal opportunity employer.