Company: Helping Hands Health Services
Posted on: November 22, 2021
Helping Hands Health Services (HHHS) was established in 2010.
Our mission statement is the core of our belief systems:---It Takes
A Village To Raise A Child---. HHHS vision is to invest in the
community by providing services to children, adolescents, adults,
and families as a whole. HHHS creates and promotes a supportive
plan of care with goals for a person to gain through healthy
building skills, one on one counseling, building effective daily
life skills, teaching healthy nutrition while promoting wellness,
independent life skills, social skills, vocational rehabilitation,
resume building skills, employment training, educational
preparations, role modeling, hopefulness, therapeutic support
systems and community resources. Since services are provided in
age-appropriate environments within our communities, we have the
ability to accommodate school, employment, and personal schedules
of those we serve. HHHS believes that all people deserve respect
and dignity, and all traditional beliefs are incorporated into our
services. Helping Hands Health Services is committed to improving
the mental and physical wellbeing of all our diverse communities
that we collectively serve throughout the valley. All services are
aimed at the growth of each individual through their own village of
professional supports. We are seeking an experienced,
communicative, and compassionate clinician to join our team and
support the physical, emotional, and mental well-being of our
clients. In this role, you will work directly with clients to
actively listen to problems and concerns and suggest healthy and
productive ways of coping with those issues. This role requires
someone who enjoys working closely with people---not just with
clients, but also with other members of our team and occasionally
outside agencies.Job Requirements: Clinician Job
Responsibilities:-- ? --Conduct regular appointments with clients
who wish to converse with a mental health professional ?
--Establish positive and trusting relationships with clients ?
--Implement various treatments and protocols to provide guidance
and appropriately address client situations ? --Continually assess
client situations and provide the proper ongoing treatments ?
--Educate and involve family members or other loved ones in the
treatment process when necessary ? --Record and maintain adequate
notes about client visits ? --When required, refer clients to
outside sources or agencies that can better address their specific
needs ? --Maintain the strictest confidentiality of each and every
client situation ? --Maintain all required licenses and the
appropriate insurance Work Hours and Benefits HHHS is seeking both
full time and part time clinicians. Part time clinicians will have
a flexible schedule to meet both the needs of the assigned clients
and personal commitments. Full time clinicians will be paid at a
full status and available to clients within regular working hours.
HHHS offers employee benefits such as health insurance and 401K
options. We are also currently offering the option to be an
independent contractor, working under a 1099. Mental Health
Counselor Qualifications and Skills:-- Must have knowledge and
understanding of Family Systems Theory; Family Centered Practices,
family dynamics, shared/unshared parenting and evidence
treatment-based philosophies of family based services; ability to
relate well with families of varied lifestyles, backgrounds, and
ethnicities. Must have the ability to use psychotherapy and
psych-education skills which include Behavioral management, Mental
health disorders, etc. Have knowledge of and the ability to access
community resources; experience and knowledge of evidenced based
treatment in cultural diversity; substance abuse; domestic
violence; crisis intervention; medication; effects of child
abuse/neglect and trauma on child and adult development, etc.
Ability to follow behavioral treatments plans, assessment and
progress documents. Provide treatment that promotes dignity,
independence, individuality, strengths, privacy, and choice.
Protect and maintain all HIPPA requirements. Ensure clients obtain
all services in a timely manner, while demonstrating ethical
boundaries in a professional manner at all times. Knowledgeable of
the scope of Behavioral Health work and participate in meeting all
documentation and report requirements. Attend all required meetings
internally and externally. Responsible for coordination of services
with the Case Worker, Director of Services, and all entities
involved minimally on a weekly manner. Responsible for attending
all trainings, supervision, field observations, and required
meetings outlined for all providers and contractors. PHYSICAL
REQUIREMENTS: Speaking, hearing, seeing, sitting, standing,
bending, keyboarding, light lifting, driving, and writing.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE -- REQUIRED: -- -- LPC preferred, but will
consider any candidate with a Master---s degree in Counseling,
Social Work, Psychology and /or directly related field with a lower
or independent license with the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health.
Three to five years--- experience directly related to the duties
and responsibilities specified preferred, along with experience
working with diverse populations. Consideration will be given to
candidates recently graduated with a master---s degree and pursuing
an associate level license. Candidate must be able to pass
fingerprint background check. Must be able to work collaboratively
in a rural multicultural setting.
Keywords: Helping Hands Health Services, Tempe , Counselor/Clinician, Other , Tempe, Arizona
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