Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

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Licensed Clinical Social Worker LCSW - Sacramento, California

Sacramento, CA 94203

Employment Type: Permanent Specialty: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) Job Number: 26182

Job Description

Serve the needs of low-income, multi-ethnic populations throughout the greater Sacramento area, particularly immigrant communities.

Multiple clinic location options 

Job Summary

The LCSW delivers mental and behavioral health services to patients under an Integrated Behavioral Health program. The duties will include mental health/substance abuse assessment, integrated health care screenings, brief solution-focused therapy, referral, and support services. Services will be provided to clients, families, and others from diverse backgrounds.

Education/Experience Required
  • Master’s degree in Social Work from a university accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, and possession of a current Clinical Social Worker license issued by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
  • Familiarity with integrated behavioral health models within a community healthcare system; experience practicing in such a setting preferred.
  • Experience in short-term, evidence-based, solution-focused counseling; creation of treatment plans; psychosocial assessment; individual therapy; group therapy; cognitive-behavioral therapy; motivational interviewing; trauma-informed care; and crisis intervention.
  • Knowledge of psychiatric, psychosocial, ethical, legal and privacy issues; substance misuse/abuse and chemical dependency assessment and treatment; understanding of current insurance benefits and restrictions in the area of mental health; knowledgeable of DSM-V; and treatment issues concerning adolescents and minors.
  • Knowledge and understanding of human behavior and communication, psychotherapy, case management, and the influence of cultural and spiritual values in counseling practice

Comprehensive benefits package including medical, acupuncture/chiropractic care, dental, vision, life, retirement savings plan (403b), flexible spending account (FSA), employee assistance program (EAP), and paid time off (sick, vacation, holidays).

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