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Kolmac Outpatient Recovery Centers is a leading outpatient treatment provider in the Mid-Atlantic region that is seeking a (40 hour per week) full-time Continuing Care/Outpatient Counselor in person at the Arlington, VA & Washington DC location(s). Patient care is at the heart of everything we do. We want your experience and expertise on our team! When you join us, you are connecting to a committed and caring group of colleagues.
A few things that Kolmac offers:
* Best-in-class benefits + compensation packages
* Professional + Leadership Development
* Employee Assistance Program
* Mentorship + Support
Kolmac Outpatient Recovery Centers is a leading outpatient treatment provider in the Mid-Atlantic region. Patient care is at the heart of everything we do. We want your experience and expertise on our team! When you join us, you are connecting to a committed and caring group of colleagues. We are seeking innovative, committed, and highly skilled Therapists to join our dedicated outpatient treatment teams. Candidates must be licensed to provide services in Virginia & DC. At Kolmac, we invest in you! Come grow with us! We recognized that our staff are key to exceptional patient care and service. We offer:
Up to $5000 additional annual compensation for completion of licensure requirements
Clinical staff reimbursements for CEUs
Professional training and advancement
Clinical supervision hours to staff at no cost
The Addiction Counselor I position at Kolmac Integrated Behavioral Health and all of its subsidiaries ("Kolmac" or the "Company") is held by someone who is innovative and committed to learning and developing their counseling skill, working and collaborating with an innovative, interdisciplinary team. This position requires someone who is invested in patient care and brings a solution-focused attitude and outlook.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Develops a treatment alliance with patients that is mutual, collaborative, and individualized, meeting changing clinical needs throughout treatment.
Facilitates addiction psychotherapy groups in IOP, OP, and OTP.
Provides individual addictions-focused counseling sessions when indicated.
Prepares and presents addiction/recovery education presentations to all patients.
Engages in case management sessions, including assessments, collaborative treatment goals, discharge planning, and partnership with referral sources and/or other providers.
Promotes the organization's image in a positive and professional manner.
Is expected to provide direct care within the range of 50-65% of weekly work hours.
Works with medical staff and clinical supervisor to meet the co-occurring psychiatric needs of patients.
Coordinates care for all appropriate support services, including referral sources, family members, and other support providers.
Responsible for maintaining timely and well-written documentation that meets state and CARF standards.
Demonstrates commitment to excellent patient care, which is measured through clinical outcomes, such as patient retention, attendance, successful program completion, and transitioning from IOP, OP, OTP.
Responsible for obtaining signatures from licensed therapists/supervisors for documents requiring a second signature.
Provide evaluations for substance use disorders using DSM-V and ASAM level of care criteria.
Carries the on-call phone for one week, several times through the year, supporting the needs of any patients in crisis outside of business hours.
Has experience with Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Embodies the spirit of a teacher, continually demonstrating positive energy that promotes addiction recovery education and learning, both in and out of group/individual sessions.
Attends and is prepared for professional meetings, including treatment team.
Other duties as assigned.
Engages in case management sessions, including assessments, collaborative treatment plans, BAMs, discharge planning, and partnership with referral sources and/or other providers.
Is expected to provide direct care within the range of 50-65% (26 hours for full-time) of weekly work hours.
Responsible for completing documentation within 24 hours of completing a service and meeting state and CARF standards.
Completes discharges within 48 hours of a patient completing services
Qualifications - Education and Experience:
Strong clinical, verbal, and writing skills
Is engaging with patients, while promoting and maintaining accountability.
Flexible and creative team player
Versatility, flexibility, and a willingness to work in a program that will grow and expand over the next several years
Minimum of 2 years’ experience working in the SUD field. Group psychotherapy experience preferred, but not required.
Experience and comfort with working in an electronic medical record.
Knowledgeable and well-versed in various recovery modalities, including SMART Recovery, Women for Sobriety, 12-Step, Recovery Dharma, etc.
If disclosed that the staff member is in recovery from a substance use disorder a minimum of three years of continuous sobriety is required – five years is preferred.
Qualifications - Licenses and Other Required Credentials:
CSC-AD in Maryland
CAC-I in Washington, DC
CADC in Pennsylvania
CADC in Delaware