Clinical Assessment Specialist

The Clinical Assessment Specialist is responsible for conducting the initial screening, intake, assessment, and diagnostic impression to ensure that and initial treatment plan is developed that will identify the services needed for ongoing care. The Clinical Assessment Specialist is also responsible for coordinating care with other assigned clinicians, peer support, and medical practitioners, working within the National Counseling Group's care network.
Applicants should possess good clinical documentation skills, experience working with and assessing mental health illnesses, and the ability to work within a fast paced behavioral health crisis environment.
-Master's Degree in the human services field from an accredited college or university
-Must be Licensed (LPC, LCSW) in Virginia

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