Beth Israel Lahey Health Mental Health Counselor - Community Crisis Stabilization (CCS) Unit in Lawrence, Massachusetts
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Night (United States of America)
Mental Health Counselor - Lawrence Community Crisis Stabilization
Sign-on bonus up to $3,000 (prorated for part-time)
Day 1 Benefits & Training Provided
Schedule: 24-hrs, Overnights (11pm-7am) (other options available)
The Mental Health Counselor is a member of the treatment team who works collaboratively to ensure a safe, therapeutic treatment environment. They assist in the admitting, discharging and transferring process ensuring that patient safety is addressed, monitor patient valuables during body and belonging search and enter proper data into computer. They provide supportive, respectful, non-judgmental care to adult clients and assist them in meeting goals identified in treatment plans.
The Community Crisis Stabilization (CCS) Unit is a 24/7 facility that works as a team to lead encouraging groups, connect clients with medication evaluations, and follow through with aftercare plans. The CCS offers short-term residential stabilization services for individuals with psychiatric and/or substance abuse disorders. Individuals are accepted on a voluntary basis and the average length of stay for the program is three to five calendar days.
Assists in the admitting, discharging and transferring process ensuring that patient safety is addressed, monitor patient valuables during body and belonging search and enter proper data into computer.
Provide supportive, respectful, non-judgmental care to adult clients and assist them in meeting goals identified in treatment plans.
Assists with Case Management duties, which include one on one client contact each shift, team meetings, collaboration with other service providers and follow up with referral sources.
Acts as liaison to all inpatient facilities, case managers, psychiatrists, therapists, clinicians, referred agencies, and families to maintain communications for staff and clients.
Participates in treatment team meetings, assists with development of care plans and report any issue for shift directly to the Nurse.
Records and reports all observed symptoms, reactions, treatments and changes in the patient’s safety status to the Nurse.
Demonstrates a positive demeanor that allows for respectful and courteous interaction with all external and internal customers.
Work as a team player delivering effective care to clients and promoting continuous harmonious working relationships.
Works cooperatively and effectively with others with ability to adapt to changes in the workplace
Bachelor’s degree in psychology or related field required.
Effective oral and written communication skills
Ability to develop a therapeutic relationship while maintaining professional boundaries.
Schedule: Part Time, 24 hours, 11P-7A
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