Marin Community Clinics

  • Marriage and Family Therapist, MFT

    Type
    Per Diem
    Location
    US-CA-Novato
    Category
    Behavioral Health
  • Overview

    The Marriage and Family Therapist will develop and facilitate evidence-based psycho-educational support groups at Marin Community Clinics Novato North Clinic. As a member of the Behavioral Health team, the Marriage and Family Therapist will run ongoing and drop-in groups on a variety of topics, as relevant for MCC’s patient population and consistent with area of expertise (e.g., teen CBT group; couples’ communication, grief, depression, stress management, stress group for men, etc).

     

    Flexible work schedule. Optional Monday through Friday work days. 8-24+ hours per week.

     

     

    Responsibilities

    Develops and facilitates evidence-based, culturally competent psychoeducation and support groups for MCC patients (may use existing group curricula).

    Able to assign diagnosis based on DSM criteria, as appropriate.

    Provides crisis intervention as indicated.

    Demonstrates a willingness to acquire basic knowledge of psychopharmacology.

    Engages in ongoing learning about new medications and treatments commonly used for mental disorders, substance abuse, and general health problems.

    Uses the Clinic’s electronic health record (EHR) to document clinical work, produce billing, collect service data, and maintain a schedule, as well as to communicate information to other clinic providers.

    May be asked to attend occasional medical provider meetings, all staff meetings, and behavioral health team meetings as scheduled.

    Communicates regularly with BH Director, site medical director and clinic director about status of groups.

    Other duties may be assigned. 

    Qualifications

    Experienced Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.

    Previous clinical experience should include assessment and diagnosis, group work, and crisis intervention and demonstrated history of working independently.

    Knowledge of state regulations and standards related to client treatment, patient rights, and client/patient confidentiality required.

    Familiarity with psychopharmacology is helpful. Demonstrated ability to work effectively on a team, preferably in a primary care environment.

    History of effective clinical work with diverse and Latino patient populations desired but not required.

    CPR Training Current.

    Valid Driver’s License. 
    Must be fluent in English with the ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. 
    Ability to write reports and business correspondence in English.  
    Must be computer literate and knowledgeable in Microsoft Office software programs, and how to conduct searches on the Internet.

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