The Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-C) selected by Employee Assistance Services will support the NSA mission by providing psychological treatment for civilians, military service members and their spouses, as well as possibly conducting workplace consultations when supporting leadership with managerial issues. The Clinical Social Worker will perform clinical intake assessments, followed by brief therapy (8-10 sessions), within individual, couples or group modalities. On-call and emergency response is required to address employees who are at risk of harm to themselves or others. Psychoeducational classes on topics such as depression, stress reduction, suicide awareness and prevention, and deployment are included in the scope of work. Workplace consultations will focus on identifying and mitigating individual and organizational issues as well as consultation and training for operational personnel. All clinical documentation will include diagnosis and use of the SOAP format and the development of treatment plans. Participate in clinical presentations and peer review meetings with on-site clinicians. Masters degree in Social Work from a CSWE-accredited institution, with at least three years of relevant post-licensure experience. (License: LCSW-C.) A valid current license to practice social work in any state or territory with no pending adverse actions (e.g. suspensions, restrictions or revocations) is required. The clinician shall perform, but not be limited to, the following clinical assessments of Agency employees, military service members and their spouses, to include: -reviewing intake data and other pertinent information, -conducting a clinical interview/assessment, -determining diagnosis based on DSM 5 criteria -documenting all case contacts in SOAP format within five working days, -developing a treatment plan -documentation of clinical assessment The clinician shall perform brief therapy to include: -short-term therapeutic intervention (10 or fewer sessions), -documentation of therapy -time-limited group therapy to address issues such as depression, anxiety, and interpersonal relationships, and work-related issues -when indicated, referral to outside mental health providers, support groups, social services, etc. -follow-up with client and referral sources to ensure that needs are met -attendance at clinical case review meetings with the other EAS clinicians -develop and conduct psychoeducational offerings on mental health-related topics for Agency employees -participate in the EAS peer review program. **PLEASE NOTE: APPLICANTS SHOULD INCLUDE IN THE EXPERIENCE SECTION UNDER LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS THE LICENSE THEY HOLD, THE DATE THAT IT WAS ISSUED AND THE STATE (S) THE LICENSE IS HELD IN.** - Completion of Nondisclosure Statement as well as maintain patient confidentiality is a requirement.
The Office of Occupational Health & Well-Being (OHWB), formally known as the Office of Occupational Health Environmental and Safety Services (OHESS), NSA Medical Center, supports the mission by applying professional knowledge in Occupational Health, Environmental, Industrial Hygiene and Safety operating in accordance with all governing body regulations. OHESS personnel will provide clinical services, including emergency response, physical exams, immunizations, vision and preventative health screenings. Personnel will also provide technical, managerial, and administrative services to the entire workforce. Promoting, assessing and optimizing the health and safety of the NSA workforce and workplace is always priority.
The qualifications listed are the minimum acceptable to be considered for the position. SENIOR Entry is with a Master's/Doctoral degree plus 3 years of relevant post-licensure experience. Degree MUST be in Social Work Relevant experience must be in clinical social work (e.g. psychotherapy, group, marital, and individual) and include clinical supervisory. A valid licensed Clinical Social Worker-Clinical (LCSW-C) or equivalent is required.
The ideal Clinical Social Worker candidate will possess a knowledge of the principles, theories and accepted practices of Clinical Social Work as they relate to knowledge and skills to (a) assess and provide therapeutic intervention in a short-term model for employees and affiliates; (b) identify, prevent and solve individual and organizational adjustment problems; (c) provide psychological consultation and training to operational personnel; and (d) optimize work/life balance for individuals and organizations. Utilize a holistic, and culturally competent approach to assessment, treatment, and prevention services. Meet all requirements established by the Occupational Health Services Credentials Committee to obtain and maintain privileges to conduct psychological assessments. In order to complete a preliminary review of requirements for credentialing and privileging by the Occupational Health Services Credentials Committee, the employee shall furnish a completed National Practitioner Data Bank Information Sheet and Malpractice and Privileges Questionnaire. The selected individual(s) would subsequently have to provide the additional documents listed in Credentials and Privileging Checklist for Clinicians, plus the Acknowledgement of and Consent to Terms of Applicant for Clinical Privileges, and Authorization for Release of Information. All professional services will be provided at the offices of the Employee Assistance Services.
Salary offers are based on candidates' education level and years of experience relevant to the position and also take into account information provided by the hiring manager/organization regarding the work level for the position. Salary Range: $106,823 - $164,102 (Senior) This position is hiring for (NSA Maryland). On-the job training, internal NSA courses, and external training will be made available based on the need and experience of the selectee. Work Schedule: Applicants should be aware that some of these jobs support 24/7 operations based on mission requirements.