Responsible for providing clinical services within his/her respective field of expertise. To have competency in working with three or more groups of clients in the age range or specialty group listed below: 4-12 years of age, 12-21 years of age, 21-50 years of age, 50-65 years of age, 65-85 years of age, individual psychotherapy, marital therapy, family therapy, domestic violence treatment, sexual dysfunction treatment, group therapy, psychological assessment, or divorce mediation. Complies with all standards set forth by state, federal and local law and other regulatory agencies. Is held accountable for compliance with all BroMenn policies and procedures, particularly those dealing with discriminatory acts. Displays the philosophy and values of the organization through daily behavior. Puts the mission statement into practice
- Performs mental health evaluations for referred patients, including assessing need for ongoing psychotherapy or other services.
- Provides ongoing psychotherapy services for patients, using techniques and interventions appropriate to the patients’ needs.
- Works with patient to develop treatment plan, including specific goals and objectives to be addressed in psychotherapy.
- Completes appropriate documentation in medical record within timeframes established by departmental policy.
- With permission of patient, provides communication back to referring providers about patient diagnosis, treatment plan, and progress.
- Maintains patient confidentiality and fulfills provider responsibilities as specified under HIPAA, the Illinois Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Code, and the Illinois Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Confidentiality Act.