The Mobile Crisis Therapist provides direct services which include crisis intervention and de-escalation. Assessment and initial diagnostic evaluation of clients. Develops treatment plans for clients through participation in data gathering and observations. Provides clinical outpatient treatment, including crisis intervention, to individuals, families, and groups. Provides intervention for complex cases. Provides case management services for clients, including development of treatment and discharge plans, follow-up, and closure. May conduct home visits as required. May provide court-ordered outpatient treatment for appropriate clients. May participate in pre-petition screening and evaluation for court ordered psychiatric hospitalization. Employee must be able to monitor consumer activities, with or without a reasonable accommodation. Must be able to travel county-wide (Doña Ana). Performs related duties as assigned.
Licensed Master's degree in social work, psychology, or a behavioral health related field (LMSW, LMHC, and LPC). Must be able to respond within 20 minutes of being informed of a crisis situation county-wide (Doña Ana). Must be at least 23 years of age. Must pass a criminal background check; maintain a current driver’s license, current automobile insurance, and maintain a clean driving record. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.