The Outpatient Wellness Clinic provides medication management and short-term individual and group therapy. The Clinical Manager will manage a team of Behavioral Health Therapists and interns. The Clinical Manager will oversee therapist caseloads to ensure implementation of short-term therapy model and goal-oriented treatment plans. The Clinical Manager will develop and lead support groups and workshops for the community and complete psychosocial assessments as needed. The Clinical Manager will serve as a liaison for primary care practices in the Clinical Integrated Network and the Outpatient Wellness Clinic, and will provide case consultation and training to care navigators, primary care staff and primary care providers to increase competency and confidence when working with this population.
- Manage a team of behavioral health therapists and interns at the Outpatient Wellness Clinic. P rovide individual and group clinical supervision and arrange for trainings when indicated. Assist therapists when managing a patient crisis
- Manage therapy access through the oversight of therapists' caseloads to ensure implementation of short-term therapy model and goal-oriented treatment plans
- Develop and lead support groups and psychoeducational workshops. Complete psychosocial assessments as needed.
- Provide case consultation and training to care navigators, primary care providers, and primary care office staff. Provide guidance on care coordination and behavioral health resources for primary care patients.
Tobacco and Drug Statement
Tobacco use is a well-recognized preventable cause of death in the United States and an important public health issue. In order to promote and maintain a healthy work environment, Adventist HealthCare will not hire applicants for employment who either state that they are nicotine users or who test positive for nicotine and drug use.
While some jurisdictions, including Maryland, permit the use of marijuana for medical purposes, marijuana continues to be classified as an illegal drug under the federal Controlled Substances Act. As a result, medical marijuana use will not be accepted as a valid explanation for a positive drug test result.
Adventist HealthCare will withdraw offers of employment to applicants who test positive for Cotinine (nicotine) and marijuana. Those testing positive are given the opportunity to re-apply in 90 days, if they can truthfully attest that they have not used any nicotine products in the past ninety (90) days and successfully pass follow-up testing.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Adventist HealthCare is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We are committed to attracting, engaging, and developing the best people to cultivate our mission-centric culture. Our goal is to have a welcoming, equitable, and safe place to work and grow for all employees, no matter their background. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
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