• Posted on: Jul 05, 2024
  • Location: Gratiot, OH
  • Job ID: 9267e023
  • Type: Full Time
  • Posted on: Jul 05, 2024
  • Location: Gratiot, OH
  • Job ID: 9267e023
  • Type: Full Time

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Title: Chemical Dependency Counselor / LSW / LPC
Location: Gratiot, OH
Join our team at one of Forbes magazine’s top 100 hospitals and make a difference in the lives of those struggling with chemical dependency. We’re committed to exceeding patient expectations and building a healthcare team that shares our values. Nestled in a serene rural setting yet close to the excitement of the big city, this opportunity offers the perfect balance. If you’re passionate about helping others and seeking career growth, read on to learn more.
Why You Should Apply:
Join a renowned hospital recognized by Forbes magazine for its excellence.
Experience career growth and development opportunities in a supportive environment.
Enjoy the beauty of a rural setting while being close to urban amenities.
Hours and Compensation Potential:
-Full-time day shift position, occasional evening group coverage.
-Compensation ranges from $46K to $63K depending on experience.
-Full benefits package offered.
What We’re Looking For:
-Must be licensed by the Chemical Dependency Professionals Board.
-LSW or LPC required.
-Current licensure by the Chemical Dependency Professionals Board as a CDCA, LCDC II, III, or LICDC. Higher than CDCA preferred.
What You’ll Be Doing:
-Provide therapeutic counseling to individuals struggling with chemical dependency using a bio-psychosocial approach.
-Educate patients and families about the disease process of chemical dependency.
-Lead group discussions, work one-on-one with patients, and assign group activities for Mental Health Technicians.
-Assess patient needs and recommend appropriate groups.
-Complete billing charges/sheets daily.
-Utilize historic and current data to assess patient needs and provide effective counseling.
-Provide individual and group crisis intervention, as well as family clinical interventions.
-Act as a client advocate, mediator, and facilitator.
Additional Info:
Position reports to a highly professional and empathetic manager who holds high expectations for staff.
Join a great team of individuals dedicated to helping those struggling with chemical dependency and  provide exceptional care to our community in east central Ohio.

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