Counselling Psychology

Job Description

Share on:

Counselling Psychology Job Description

 

Job Title: Counseling Psychologist

 

Job Summary:

As a Counseling Psychologist, you will provide therapeutic services to individuals, families, and groups experiencing emotional, behavioral, and mental health issues. You will conduct assessments, develop treatment plans, and provide counseling and psychotherapy services to help clients improve their mental health and well-being. You will work closely with other healthcare providers and administrative staff to ensure efficient and effective delivery of mental health services.

 

Responsibilities:

- Conduct assessments to diagnose emotional, behavioral, and mental health issues in clients.

- Develop treatment plans based on assessment results, and collaborate with other healthcare providers to ensure coordinated care.

- Provide counseling and psychotherapy services to clients to help them manage emotional and mental health issues.

- Monitor progress of clients and adjust treatment plans as needed to achieve desired outcomes.

- Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of client assessments, treatment plans, and progress notes.

- Provide education and support to clients and their families on mental health issues, treatment options, and coping strategies.

- Work closely with other healthcare providers and administrative staff to ensure efficient and effective delivery of mental health services.

- Stay current with developments in the field of counseling psychology and participate in ongoing professional development activities.

 

Requirements:

- Doctoral degree in counseling psychology or a related field.

- At least 2 years of experience providing counseling and psychotherapy services to individuals, families, and groups.

- Licensure as a psychologist in the state where services will be provided.

- Knowledge of theories and techniques of psychotherapy, counseling, and psychological assessment.

- Familiarity with mental health regulations, laws, and ethical standards.

- Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build trust and rapport with clients and other healthcare providers.

- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to identify and resolve issues related to mental health treatment.

- Ability to manage multiple tasks and prioritize work effectively in a fast-paced environment.

- Proficiency in electronic health record systems and other software related to mental health treatment.