• Job Title: Psychotherapist
  • Job ID: 450689
  • Location: Harding
  • Department: Harding Social Work
  • Full/Part Time: Full-Time
  • Regular/Temporary: Regular
  • Shift: Day
  • FTE %: 100
  • Salary Range Min: $63,300.00
  • Salary Range Max: $94,950.00

Position summary

Psychotherapist (Job Opening 450689) - SCOPE OF POSITION OSU Harding Hospital provides the most comprehensive behavioral healthcare services for adults, older adults, children and adolescents in central Ohio. We offer more treatment options and a more experienced and diversified staff than any other psychiatric or behavioral healthcare provider in the area. All of our outpatient services include a comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis from a qualified clinician and implementation of an individualized treatment plan. We offer specialized evidence-based services for patients experiencing Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Psychosis, Trauma- and Stress-Related Disorders, and Sexual Dysfunction. We offer specialty programs in Womena??s Behavioral Health, Addictions, Trauma, and Neurocognitive Disorders. The Psychotherapist serves as a critical part of our clinical team; they are an independent provider who functions within the Interdisciplinary Treatment Team to provide psychotherapy. Patients and their family will experience the benefits of patient-focused care through the integrated skills of all treatment team members. POSITION SUMMARY Clinical and education position, including, but not limited to: a?? Provide comprehensive diagnostic evaluation for patients with mental health complaints. a?? Provide psychotherapy to individuals with mental & behavioral disorders to facilitate return to previous or improved functioning. Services provided include individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and/or couple/family therapy. a?? Formulate individualized treatment plans to assist patients to determine and meet treatment goals. a?? Other duties include advocating within local community if needed; work as part of clinical team; maintain third-party payer relationships; and complete all necessary paperwork (e.g., disability, FMLA).

Education and experience

Mastera??s Degree in Social Work or Counseling; Independent Ohio license to practice (i.e., LISW, LPCC) is required. A minimum of two years of experience working with patients with mental illness and/or substance use disorders is also required. Experience and/or training in at least one evidence-based psychotherapy modality (e.g., cognitive-behavioral therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy) is preferred.