Clinician II & III, Crisis Response Specialist, Discharge PlannerFrontier Behavioral
At Frontier Behavioral Health (FBH) we believe each individual employee has a special and valuable role in helping our clients reach their greatest potential. If you are looking for meaningful work in an established, supportive environment we encourage you to apply.
FBH values work life balance and offers a robust benefits package and offers signing bonuses.
Come join us in our mission to provide clinically and culturally appropriate behavioral healthcare and related services to individuals of all ages in collaboration with community partners.
Clinician II & III Positions
Positions provide counseling and care coordination services to clients in various programs:
- Adult Outpatient Services (AOS) -Mary Higgins, Boone
- Youth & Adult Services (YAS) -Sprague - WISe - Northside
- Adult Outpatient (AOP) Valley - Adult Outpatient
- Jefferson (services all ages)
- Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT)
- Mobile Counseling Assertive Treatment (MCAT)
- Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
- Master's degree in psychology, counseling, social work or related; 2 years experience in provision of behavioral health services.
- Must be eligible for WA State Registration (Clinician III applicants must be licensed in State of WA)
Crisis Response Specialist Seeking qualified individuals to provide assessment and crisis intervention services on-site and in the community to all ages. Provide mobile and walk-in crisis intervention and evaluation services for adults and families in emotional crisis as well as psychiatric emergencies. Conduct face-to-face functional assessments utilizing a multi-disciplinary approach when possible. Utilize the assessment to make treatment/case management decisions. Design and implement "viable less restrictive alternatives to hospitalization".
- Must have a Master's degree in the behavioral sciences and have or eligible for MHP.
- Actively pursue DCR designation.
Discharge Planner - Weekday & Weekend Provides discharge planning services to adults who are experiencing serious and persistent mental disorders, with a primary focus on clinical case management through case coordination, problem-solving, oversight and facilitation actions as needed for assigned clinical team. Staff are expected to demonstrate an advanced understanding of contemporary, psychosocial principles in relation to his/her area of responsibility. Must have the clinical knowledge to assess in terms of suicidal, homicidally and ability to care for self; safety needs; orientation and thought process; patient's affiliation with other therapeutic alliances; support networks.
- Master's degree in behavioral sciences and 2 years experience working with psychiatrically impaired populations.
- Must be a Mental Health Professional (MHP).
Equal Opportunity Employer