The Mental Health Practitioner will provide culturally competent mental health services (skills training) to adults diagnosed with mental health conditions as documented by a comprehensive diagnostic assessment. Skills training is provided primarily in the client's home. Our company is based out of Hutchinson, but we offer services in throughout the state of MN.
Summary of essential job functions
Secure client information per HIPAA standards
Maintain case files that are up to date
Review diagnostic assessment completed by a MH Professional prior to initiating services
Develop and implement a culturally appropriate treatment plan and crisis plan for each client
Track and ensure that all necessary paperwork is current and compliant
Review treatment plans with consulting MH Professional every 180 days
Administer Functional Assessments as required
Maintain progress notes
Work closely with counties, psychiatrists, therapists, medical professionals and other community service providers in coordinating services by following coordination of care procedures
Attend, at a minimum, one clinical consultation group per month.
Participate in agency quality improvement activities
Complete 10 hours of continuing education every calendar year
Other duties as assigned
Must meet Mental Health Practitioner criteria, per MN statute (minimum of 2000 hours of supervised work with adults in a mental health setting). Must be proficient with computer, email, and Microsoft applications.
Must have the ability to travel (reliable car with insurance and valid drivers license) and sustain attention to detail.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.