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Under the general supervision of the Partial Hospitalization & Intensive Outpatient Programs manager and as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team, the primary clinician's duties include but are not limited to providing transitional and comprehensive mental health services including case management, group and individual therapy, family psychotherapy, and crisis intervention, to a caseload of severely mentally ill adults who are high risk for psychiatric hospitalization. Incumbent will complete psychosocial/functional assessments, mental status examinations, comprehensive treatment development, and discharge planning. Coordinate treatment among various agencies and advocate for client to link with needed resources. Work with treatment team and inpatient/outpatient units to facilitate referrals and service. Attend weekly staff and treatment planning meetings.
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- Master's degree from a CSWE accredited school of Social Work;
- Minimum of one year of previous experience with dialectical behavioral therapy and cognitive psychotherapy groups.
- Demonstrated ability to provide transitional, comprehensive mental health services including psychotherapy, crisis intervention, outreach, and case management to a caseload of severely mentally ill adults who are at high risk for psychiatric hospitalization.
- Demonstrated ability to complete psychosocial/functional assessments, mental status examinations, comprehensive treatment development, and discharge planning.
- Excellent documentation and clinical skills.
- Ability to prioritize; work independently, excellent follow-up, work well under pressure and deadlines.
- Demonstrated excellent attendance and reliability.
- Demonstrated ability to assess suicide and violence risk.
- Demonstrated ability to work harmoniously with colleagues as a member of the treatment team.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- A preliminary job offer and assignment may be extended pending successful background clearance.
- Recent direct patient care experience in a mental health setting, group and crisis management skills.
- This position requires flexibility to orient and work at all UCSF Medical Center locations.
- Experience with populations diverse in ethnicity, gender, and sexual orientation.
- Experience with severely mentally ill.
- Recent direct patient care experience with DBT and/or Partial Hospitalization
* Licensed in the State of California (LCSW, LMFT)
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Employment/Position Type:Full Time
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