Psychologist-Behavioral Care - Eau Claire
Job Description and Essential Functions
Job Title/Position: Clinical Psychologist
Job Classification: Provider
Date of Analysis: Date of Revision/Review:
Brief Description of Job Responsibilities:
Provides mental health and psychological assessment, diagnosis, treatment and crisis management of patients with mental health issues.
(This list may not include all of the duties assigned)
Regular and ongoing collaboration with all Prevea Providers regarding management of patients or families regarding prevention, early identification, and treatment of mental or emotional problems.
Assessment and management of patients as referred to Behavioral Care by Prevea Providers to facilitate access to appropriate behavioral care services either within Prevea Behavioral Care or other community agencies as needed.
Provision of complete range of psychometric testing as requested by Prevea Providers and determined to be necessary through psychologist`s assessments.
Involvement in ongoing prevention, education, and consultation programs for the community and Prevea employees as requested by Behavioral Care Coordinator.
Participation in development and implementation of Behavioral Care Programming.
Knowledge of principles and practices of clinical, counseling, rehabilitation or research psychology. Knowledge of current social and health problems related to psychological disorders. Knowledge of community resources and referral agencies. Knowledge of group dynamics. Skill in counseling. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with patients, staff and the public. Ability to evaluate, diagnose, treat and facilitate the commitment patients. Ability to administer, score, interpret, and evaluate varied psychological data. Ability to write reports and document patient`s progress.
- Doctorate of Philosophy in Psychology or related field.
- State Licensure as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and eligible for the Professional Psychologist Registry.
- Must have completed at least 3000 hours supervised post-graduate psychotherapy experience.
- Experience with medical systems and managed care systems preferred.
- Clinical membership in the American Psychological Association preferred.
- Must have the following personal abilities and/or traits:
- Commitment to excellence in patient care
- Exceptional communication skills
- Exceptional problem solving skills
- Strong ethical orientation with ability to handle confidential information
- Analytical thinking skills
- Willingness to be challenged
- Self-motivation and independence
- Strong sense of accountability
Typical Working Conditions:
Normal office environment. Occasional exposure to communicable diseases and other conditions in a clinic environment. Occasional exposure to aggressive or violent patients.
Typical Physical Demands:
Requires sitting for long periods of time. Occasional bending, stretching or lifting. May require contact with individuals with communicable diseases. Requires the ability to work under high stress conditions for long periods of time. Ability to hear normal range of voice. Ability to prepare written reports and use telephone equipment.
Essential Functions/Physical Demands
Job Title/Position: APP / Advanced Practice Provider
Job Classification: Provider
How to Apply:
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