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THERAPIST (LICENSED) - (7014)

Universal Health Services


Location:
DANVILLE, VA
Date:
12/12/2017
2017-12-122018-01-10
Job Code:
7014
Universal Health Services
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THERAPIST (LICENSED) - (7014)

Facility Name
The Hughes Center
Location
DANVILLE, VA 24543 US (Primary)
Career Area
Professional
Category
Counselor
Job Description

Performance

Standards:

Standard

No.

Weight

Performance Standard

Performance Evaluation

1.

25%

Provides individual therapy, family therapy, and group therapy.

 

Unit of Measure:

 

  • Meets with assigned residents at least 3 times a week for individual therapy.
  • Meets with assigned families at least once per month, or once per week if family dysfunction is a major factor contributing to the residents admission. Documentation of telephone contact and why family is not available for family therapy is documented in notes and by number of sessions billed.
  • Documentation of all therapy in the chart within 24 hours of session. This will be evaluated by sporadic note reviews.
  • Makes every attempt to meet with families in person; if this is not possible, therapy is held via conference call and documentation of attempt made.
  • Documentation of all sessions in the chart by the end of the week.  This will be evaluated by concurrent chart reviews and medical record late notices.
  • Documentation includes, at a minimum, a therapy progress note denoting session content and treatment plan for next session.  This will be evaluated by sporadic note reviews.
  • Presents information to the Treatment Team (both written and verbal) in clear, concise, and measurable goals.  Goals are to be presented at the team meeting or given in written form prior to the meeting.
  • Treatment goals are measurable and generalized to outside of therapy sessions.  This will be evaluated by sporadic treatment plan reviews.
  • Will include, at a minimum, review of medical records, observation, productivity and billing reports, attendance at Treatment Team and clinical supervision.
  • Demonstrates ability to deliver didactic and psychodynamic individual, group, and family therapy as specified in the resident’s treatment plan and in accordance with contracts and standards of good clinical practice.
  1. Unsatisfactory

 

  1. Improvement needed.

 

  1. Successfully Meets Expectations

 

 4.Exceeeds Expectations

 

 

  5. Exceptional

 

Comments:

2.

10%

Participates in Treatment Planning

 

Unit of Measure:

 

  • Completes the treatment plan on the appropriate schedule. 
  • Shares appropriate clinical information with Treatment team.
  • Effectively develops age appropriate treatment interventions.
  • Effectively communicates Treatment plans and interventions in a language that children, adolescents, adults, families, and team members can understand.
  • Coordinates, prioritizes and sets goals and objectives for residents within established time frames and disciplines.
  • Documents discussion of Treatment plan with resident and guardian.
  1.  Unsatisfactory

 

  1.  Improvement needed.

 

  1.   Successfully Meets Expectations

 

 4.Exceeeds Expectations

 

 

  5. Exceptional

 

Comments:

3.

5%

Provides for Milieu Management

 

Units of Measure:                                              

 

  • Understands principles of Milieu Management and participates in implementation of unit structure.
  • Knowledgeable of effective resident education techniques related to health, medication, medical/behavioral treatment, resident diagnosis, nutrition, etc.
  • Develops individualized behavior support plans and tracking sheets for assigned caseload.

 

  1. Unsatisfactory

 

  1. Improvement needed.

 

  1. Successfully Meets Expectations

 

 4.Exceeeds Expectations

 

 

  5. Exceptional

 

Comments:

4.

15%

Conducts Clinical Assessments & Documentation

 

Unit of Measure:

 

  • Demonstrates ability to complete psychosocial evaluation and progress notes and other resident specific assessments which take into account age, family, culture, abuse, and legal issues.
  • Documents individual, group, and family therapy sessions as therapist notes in a timely manner, noting current clinical interventions, resident response to interventions, current obstacles to successful placement to a less restrictive setting, and the resident’s ability to generalize therapist interventions onto the milieu.
  1. Unsatisfactory

 

  1. Improvement needed.

 

  1. Successfully Meets Expectations

 

 4.Exceeeds Expectations

 

 

  5. Exceptional

 

Comments:

5.

10%

Respects Human Rights

 

Unit of Measure:

 

  • Able to recognize signs and symptoms of physical or sexual abuse.
  • Familiar with Mandatory Reporting of Abuse.  Reports known or suspected abuse to appropriate personnel.
  • Knowledge of Confidentiality laws/policies of all personnel and resident information.
  • Reports unknown or suspected abuse to appropriate personnel.
  • Treats residents with dignity and respect at all times.  Maintains professional demeanor, volume, voice tone, body language, and uses appropriate positive Therapeutic attitude.
  • Understands/facilitates resident grievance process.  Provides resident with grievance form in a timely manner.  Assists resident in filing of grievance as needed.
  • Understands resident rights as applies to residential setting.  Assures resident rights are honored in milieu.  Secures safety and well being of resident.
  1. Unsatisfactory

 

  1. Improvement needed.

 

  1. Successfully Meets Expectations

 

 4.Exceeeds Expectations

 

 

  5. Exceptional

 

Comments:

6.

10%

Actively cooperates as a Member of Treatment Team

 

Unit of Measure:

 

  • Demonstrates concern and courtesy to residents, families, caseworkers, agencies, and general public by giving appropriate information, advice and assistance.
  • Demonstrates ability to provide and receive constructive feedback.
  • Actively participates in shift and team communications, attends scheduled team meetings.  Communicates changes in resident behavior, resident response to interventions, safety concerns, etc.  to co-workers, therapists and administration.
  • Demonstrates behaviors that encourage cooperation and teamwork with other employees.  Demonstrates positive problem solving approach during team discussion.
  1. Unsatisfactory

 

  1. Improvement needed.

 

  1. Successfully Meets Expectations

 

 4.Exceeeds Expectations

 

 

  5. Exceptional

 

Comments:

7.

10%

Participates in Implementation of Clinical Program

 

Unit of Measure:

 

  • Demonstrates an understanding and adherence to Mission Statement and treatment philosophy.
  • Recognizes resident behaviors that are consistent with developmental stages, and demonstrates and understanding of normal stages of childhood growth and development.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of “trigger: and “high risk situations” which may trigger acting-out and “early intervention” strategies for preventing relapse/acting-out.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of healthy therapeutic boundaries, recognizes potential boundary violations and signs of unhealthy boundaries.
  • Demonstrates effective use of therapeutic non-verbal communication, body language, voice tone, and “active listening” skills.
  • Uses age appropriate language when speaking and interacting with residents-children, adolescents, and adults.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of Behavioral Management Program.
  1. Unsatisfactory

 

  1. Improvement needed.

 

  1. Successfully Meets Expectations

 

 4.Exceeeds Expectations

 

 

  5. Exceptional

 

Comments:

8.

5%

Implements Safety and Emergency Preparedness

 

Unit of Measure:

 

  • Demonstrates safe work practices appropriate for position-how to report a safety hazard, use of MSDS manual and use of personal protective equipment.
  • Able to call code, locate emergency exit routes, operate pull stations, and fire extinguishers.
  • Understands safety protocol and appropriate response to facility codes.
  • Demonstrates proper body mechanics in the performance of relevant job duties.
  1. Unsatisfactory

 

  1. Improvement needed.

 

  1. Successfully Meets Expectations

 

 4.Exceeeds Expectations

 

 

  5. Exceptional

 

Comments:

9.

5%

Implements PI and Corporate Compliance

 

Unit of Measure:

 

  • Demonstrates an understanding of the Hughes Center Code of Ethics.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of the Hughes Center Standards of Conduct.
  • Able to report ethical or legal concerns to the Values report line.
  • Understanding of individual role in Performance Improvement process.
  1. Unsatisfactory

 

  1. Improvement needed.

 

  1. Successfully Meets Expectations

 

 4.Exceeeds Expectations

 

 

  5. Exceptional

 

Comments:

10.

5%

Adheres to General Employee Expectations

 

Unit of Measure:

 

  • Consistently clocks in and out as appropriate to position.  Maintains attendance within standard.  Communicates absence by policy.
  • Demonstrates understanding of personal role in preventing and reporting discrimination, sexual harassment, and hostile work environment occurrences.
  • Able to locate relevant policies in department policy and procedure manual.
  • Maintains current Licensure.  Attends all departmental meetings, training, and maintains mandatory training hours required.
  • Maintains professional appearance.  Adheres to dress code.
  • Has gained annual TB test, X-Ray, (Human Resources/Infection Control).
  • Accepts and completes other duties as assigned related to job function as assigned by the supervisor.
  • Meets physical requirements and is able to perform essential job functions as stated under qualifications on job description.
  1. Unsatisfactory

 

  1. Improvement needed.

 

  1. Successfully Meets Expectations

 

 4.Exceeeds Expectations

 

 

  5. Exceptional

 

Comments:

Job Requirements

 

Key Responsibilities:     

  1. Provides psychotherapy services for residents to include individual, family and group therapy scheduling and facilitation of treatment team reviews and documentation.

  2. Attends all treatment teams for assigned residents.

  3. Attends weekly clinical supervision.

  4. Coordinates multifamily/group/family education group.

  5. Staff training

  6. On call/weekend coverage

  7. Completes all program notes within 24 hours of session.

  8. Completes psychosocial assessment within 72 hours of admission.

  9. Completes charge tickets daily and turns in to DCS.

  10. Completes Individual Service Plans on the appropriate schedule.

  11. Other duties as assigned based on the needs of the facility

    Qualifications:

     

    Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

                                                         

    A combination of mental health experience and relevant education to deliver psychotherapy services to consumers.  The required knowledge, skills, and abilities must be documented and observable in the application form and interview and can be verified by additional references.

                                                        

     

Education &

Experience                       At least a Master’s Degree in human services field (i.e. psychology, social work, counseling, education)

                                          At least one year recent experience with appropriate population preferred

 

Licensure                         Licensed with or license eligible for LPC or LCSW

 

 

 

Exposure Categories:

                                          Blood Borne Disease Exposure Category: Category I

 

                                          Other Potential Hazard(s):

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